LATEST NEWS-SUNDAZED SIGNS MORLY GREY
SUNDAZED RECORDS TO REISSUE "THE ONLY TRUTH"
BREAKING NEWS...SUNDAZED RECORDS SIGNS MORLY GREY! Bob Irwin of Sundazed Records, the premiere vinyl reissue label, has signed Morly Grey to remaster (from the original master tapes) and reissue "The Only Truth", along with several previously unreleased songs from the same sessions. Live recordings and a video from 1972 (Mark,Tim and Paul)and studio work from 1995-97(Mark,Tim,and Bob) may also be considered along with "The Roller Bros.Band" LP that Mark, Tim and Bob did with other guest musicians in 1973. Morly Grey will join the roster of other Sundazed artists such as the Beach Boys' Dennis Wilson , Johnny Cash , Jerry Lee Lewis , Santana , Simon and Garfunkel , The Byrds , Sly And The Family Stone , and more.

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Bob Irwin got into the CD reissue business while it was in its infancy. Along the way, he not only explored the field...he has nearly single-handedly defined it.

...that music, and that high-quality product soon came to the attention of the folks at Sony Music, whose Legacy division had just been formed to lend some legitimacy and structure to their reissue program. Legacy reached out to contact Bob Irwin, offering him the position of producer and consultant. Bob has become an indispensable asset to that label, responsible for just about every major rock reissue from the Sony/Legacy—and now the Sony/BMG Legacy—imprint. His work for the label includes more than 300 titles from such musical titans as Simon and Garfunkel, Janis Joplin, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Carole King, Bob Wills, George Jones and John Denver. It's an impressive roster that stretches out over the horizon, far as the eye can see.

...Bob Irwin also moonlights for Arista Records, where he's spruced up the back titles of Patti Smith, the Box Tops, Delphonics, Lee Dorsey, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop. Bob also spends a lot of time remastering the historic jazz catalog of Verve Records, including landmark sessions by Billie Holiday, Wes Montgomery and John Coltrane.(Sundazed.com)