This limited-edition deluxe 4-CD box set includes remastered reissues of three classic Hiss Golden Messenger albums-Bad Debt, Poor Moon, and Haw-plus Virgo Fool, a bonus album of Hiss rarities available physically only with this collection. The iconographic artwork for each individual album as well as the box set and poster were designed in close collaboration between M.C. Taylor and artist Sam Smith to shed new light on this vital chapter in the Hiss Golden Messenger story. Each reissue features newly penned liner notes by Amanda Petrusich (The New Yorker), with John Mulvey (Uncut, MOJO) providing the essay for Virgo Fool.
This limited-edition deluxe 4-CD box set includes remastered reissues of three classic Hiss Golden Messenger albums-Bad Debt, Poor Moon, and Haw-plus Virgo Fool, a bonus album of Hiss rarities available physically only with this collection. The iconographic artwork for each individual album as well as the box set and poster were designed in close collaboration between M.C. Taylor and artist Sam Smith to shed new light on this vital chapter in the Hiss Golden Messenger story. Each reissue features newly penned liner notes by Amanda Petrusich (The New Yorker), with John Mulvey (Uncut, MOJO) providing the essay for Virgo Fool.
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Format: CD
Label: MRG
Rel. Date: 11/16/2018
UPC: 673855065526

Devotion: Songs About Rivers & Spirits & Children
Artist: Hiss Golden Messenger
Format: CD
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This limited-edition deluxe 4-CD box set includes remastered reissues of three classic Hiss Golden Messenger albums-Bad Debt, Poor Moon, and Haw-plus Virgo Fool, a bonus album of Hiss rarities available physically only with this collection. The iconographic artwork for each individual album as well as the box set and poster were designed in close collaboration between M.C. Taylor and artist Sam Smith to shed new light on this vital chapter in the Hiss Golden Messenger story. Each reissue features newly penned liner notes by Amanda Petrusich (The New Yorker), with John Mulvey (Uncut, MOJO) providing the essay for Virgo Fool.