Unearthed, Vol. 9 :: Long Island Sound

If you were out on Long Island from the mid-70s to the mid-80s, your best bet for adventurous and eclectic live music was My Father's Place. The Roslyn, NY club hosted an array of genre-leading talents: prog monsters, folk rock legends, reggae icons, jazz fusioneers, punk pioneers and beyond. Lucky for us, many of these shows were broadcast over the WLIR-FM airwaves — and drawing from that deep archive, the latest Unearthed bootleg mix extravaganza cherrypicks some choice My Father's Place performances from the club's heyday. Download and get lost in the Long Island . . .

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