Lloyd Cole In New York arrives on March 17
Lloyd Cole has announced details of a new box set, Lloyd Cole In New York – Collected Recordings 1988-1996.
The set arrives on March 17 through Polydor/UMC and features all four solo albums Cole released on the Polydor and Fontana labels between 1988 and 1996 (Lloyd Cole, Don’t Get Weird On Me Babe, Bad Vibes and Love Story) plus Smile If You Want To, the ‘unreleased’ fifth album, and Demos ‘89-‘94, 20 recordings from home and studio made public for this release.
The box also includes a hardback book featuring new interviews with Cole and musicians, producers and collaborators and a rare selection of photos from the period plus a poster and postcards.
You can pre-order the set by clicking here.
Cole has also announced tour dates for March/April:
20 WORTHING St Paul’s
21 EXETER Phoenix
23 LEAMINGTON SPA The Assembly
26 LOWESTOFT The Aquarium
27 SHEFFIELD City Hall Ballroom
29 WAKEFIELD Unity Works
30 SOUTHPORT The Atkinson
31 SALE Waterside
1 POCKLINGTON Arts Centre
3 PRESTON Guild Hall
4 BURY The Met
6 INVERNESS Eden Court
7 ABERDEEN The Lemon Tree
8 DUNDEE The Gardyne Theatre
9 GREENOCK The Albany
11 GLASGOW Oran Mor
12 GLASGOW Oran Mor
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