I’ve Been Born a Million Times, But I Am Never Dead: Jim Sullivan (1972)

On October 25th, Light in the Attic will release two follow-ups to the label's reissue of Jim Sullivan's mythic U.F.O.: a collection of solo acoustic performances titled If Evening Were Dawn, and a reissue of Sullivan's self-titled 1972 lp, originally released by Playboy Records. Taken together, these three records represent the entirety of Sullivan's recorded work, all leading up to his vanishing—a rock & roll mystery that endures to this day. The new edition of Jim Sullivan features liner notes by Aquarium Drunkard editor Jason P. Woodbury and art by our own . . .

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