the Californian

by Sunday´s Best

  • Record/Vinyl

    180 gram vinyl, printed inner sleeve, 8 pages insert

    THIS IS A PRE ORDER!
    WE START SHIPPING EARLY NOVEMBER 2019!

    shipping out on or around November 8, 2019
    edition of 100 

      €13 EUR or more 

     

  • Record/Vinyl

    180 gram vinyl, printed inner sleeve, 8 page insert

    THIS IS A PRE ORDER!
    WE START SHIPPING EARLY NOVEMBER 2019!

    shipping out on or around November 8, 2019
    edition of 100 

      €12.50 EUR or more 

     

about

SUNDAY´S BEST - the Californian

After many ups and downs, Sunday's Best with the Californian have created a timeless classic of their genre.

Even 17 years after the first release, the Carlifonian has lost none of what makes this album special. It still sounds up to date and has had a lasting impact on many bands in the genre.

We are happy to announce that we have the opportunity to release this gem of an album on 180 gram vinyl for the first time.

Pressing info

100 black
100 white/red clear
100 blue/white - Polyvinyl Records Online Store Exclusive at www.polyvinylrecords.com

credits

releases November 8, 2019

produced by Sunday's Best and Tony Lash
recorded by Tony Lash and Tom Ackerman
assisted by Jeff Saltzman, Gail Buchanan and Ian Moreno
mixed and mastered by Tony Lash

recorded at Supernatural Sound, Oregon City, OR
additional recording at The Catacombs, Portland, OR and Downtown Rehearsal, Los Angeles, CA
mixed at The Catacombs, Portland, OR
mastered at Superdigital, Portland, OR

cover photo by Chris Lumpkin
band photos by Ryan Joseph Shaughnessy.
art direction by Joby J. Ford, Ryan Joseph Shaughnessy and James Tweedy.
design / layout by Joby J. Ford.

all music by Edward Reyes & Sunday’s Best, except "The Salt Mines…" by Ian Moreno and Sunday’s Best. all lyrics by Edward Reyes & Tom Ackerman.

all songs © 2002 Remember How Good It Was/Atlas Cedars/The Canadian Woods/Bent Wookie Music (ASCAP).

Sunday’s Best:
Edward Reyes – Vocals, Guitar
Thomas Ackerman – Drums, Vocals, Guitar
James Tweedy – Bass Guitar, Vocals
Ian Moreno – Lead Guitar, Fender Rhodes

additional pianos / keyboards played by Brian Reyes & Tony Lash.
guitar solo on "Beethoven St." written by Jeremy Smith.

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Est. 2018

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