Blue Rodeo: 1987-1993, Coming October 16
On October 16, Blue Rodeo will release Blue Rodeo: 1987–1993. The project, which has been two years in the making, celebrates the landmark of their 25-year recording career and is available for pre-order now from the BlueRodeo.com Store.
Blue Rodeo: 1987–1993 contains a treasure trove of material for fans including remastered versions of the band’s first five studio albums, unreleased music such as demos for Casino, studio outtakes and a completely remixed version of Outskirts, done by Greg himself.
The set also includes a 44-page booklet with rare photos and an essay written by Jason Schneider in which the band talks extensively about the early days, their reaction to their success and how they turned down an opportunity to work with the Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick.
When you pre-order Blue Rodeo 1987–1993 from the BlueRodeo.com Store, you’ll instantly receive a rare video of the band performing the unreleased song “Let It Ride” live at the Horseshoe Tavern in 1989 AND footage from the legendary Blue Movies!
If all of this isn’t exciting enough, a remixed and re-mastered version of “Try” is set to be released to radio in the coming weeks. So keep an ear out for a new take on this treasured hit that promises to bring out nuances fans never had a chance to hear before.