180-gram LP. The Vinyl Factory presents the superb album Good Hand Bad Hand from world-renowned Vancouver-based artist and musician Rodney Graham and his band. Showcasing his signature blend of rock 'n' roll, psychedelia, and folk-tinged country, and treading a fine line of deft lyricism influenced by Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Lou Reed, and punk, Good Hand Bad Hand is perhaps Graham's most accomplished LP to date. The packaging is also pretty special, with Graham's classic self-portraiture artwork featured on bespoke silver-foiled gloss-coated outer and inner sleeves. Though Graham is best known as an artist for his films, photographs, and installations, music has been a major part of his work throughout his career; from performing with the band U-J3RK5 in Vancouver in the late 1970s through composing soundtracks for slide and film works to his performances and recordings as a singer-songwriter, including the records Rock Is Hard (2003), I'm a Noise Man, and Why Look for Good Times? (2008).
A1. I'm Running Away to Join Cirque du Soleil
A2. Lou Christie
A3. Home Alone
A4. Rock in My Shoe
A5. Don't Give Up the Day Job
B1. Hello Daily News
B2. Since I Put the Bottle Down
B3. Can I Get You a Chair?
B4. That Was Stupid (What Was I Thinking Of?)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.