Alanis Obomsawin
 
Bush Lady


CST132    180gLP / DL    Out 15 June 2018


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Today we celebrate Alanis Obomsawin’s Bush Lady, an album that was released in limited quantities via Obomsawin’s own private press in 1988. With no official distribution or promotional support, Bush Lady never got the recognition it deserved at the time; however, over the past three decades it has become a rare collector’s item, renowned for its ability to blend traditional Indigenous songcraft with modern composition and arrangements.
 
Constellation is thrilled to reissue this landmark album on 180g vinyl and CD for the first time, complete with remastered audio and deluxe artwork. Bush Lady is now available for purchase in the CST webshop, on Bandcamp, and in fine independent record stores.
 

Praise for Bush Lady:
 
“Stunning… Bush Lady is an astounding, genre-blurring work with an otherworldly female voice at the centre.” – Maclean’s
 
“An essential fixture in the history of folk music.” – Norman Records
 
“The most diverse, prolific and timeless artist of our time.” – Rabble




ORDER BUSH LADY @ CST WEBSHOP
 
 
ORDER BUSH LADY @ BANDCAMP


 
 

 
 

Audiophile 180gram pressing in midnight ultra-black vinyl from Optimal (Germany) comes in a 24pt jacket printed on 100% recycled paperboard with artworked inner sleeve, 12″x24″ liner notes insert, 12″x24″ poster, and 320kbps MP3 download card. CD comes in a 20pt 100% recycled paperboard mini-gatefold jacket with inner sleeve for the disc and a 20-page booklet of liner notes and credits. These reissues faithfully recreate Obomsawin’s original 1988 cover art and liner notes (which have been slightly updated/corrected by the artist) while including some additional archival images in the liner notes and inside gatefold (on CD) and in the printed inner sleeve and pull-out poster (on vinyl).
 

TRACKLIST
 
1. Odana
2. Bush Lady (Part 1)
3. Bush Lady (Part 2)
4. Of The Earth And Of The Sea
5. Théo (Part 1)
6. Théo (Part 2)
7. Nzi Waldam
 
Release date: 15 June 2018
Running time: 34:08


 


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