It may seem that Zink Music has been lazy lately, but the fact is quite the contrary! They have stopped doing promotion, marketing and distribution for other record companies to be able to fully focus on the label, and they promise - 2010 will be a great year!
April 16th sees the next release, it is a much asked for re-release of the first “LA Project” album from Peter Friestedt, which have been out of print for several years now. The artwork has been reworked, still using the original picture though, lyrics are added as well as liner notes from the likes of Bill Champlin, Bill Cantos and from Peter himself. This reissue also added five bonus tracks, two live cuts, two great alternative takes and one previously unreleased tune.
On May 21 Zinc Music will release what is one of the biggest Swedish Westcoast classics of all time, namely the debut album “Högt Spel” by Licence, from 1981 and now for the first time available on CD! Hailed as Sweden's answer to Airplay, a marvelous piece of music featuring Björn Ström (Fingerprints & West Of Sunset) on vocals and Jana Persson on guitar. All songs sung in Swedish, except for one of the two bonus tracks, the album was remastered using the original master-tapes! More details to follow soon on both of these two and also on some other releases…
Will follow some cool titles: Spin Gallery “Embrace”, Bronk “s/t”, Johannes Zetterberg ”Luna Nueva”, Corin & Edman “Roc de Light”, Tim Feehan “s/t”, Sayit “s/t” and Toys Of Joy “One of These Days”.