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Old 07-21-2015, 02:56 AM
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Lee Brown Coye, Where Is Abby? & Other Tales LP

Hi everyone.

Sales begin for our first LP, Lee Brown Coye | Where Is Abby? & Other Tales, read by Robert Coye July 30th. This will ship at the end of August.

About the record:

For the first time collected anywhere, are the finest of Lee Brown Coye’s “Chips and Shavings” stories, rarely known until now. Written between 1964 and 1970, these stories originally appeared in the “Mid-York Weekly” newspaper, most of which have not been reprinted since. Brought to life through the readings of son, Robert Coye, you will hear haunting stories the fantastic and the absurd, of folklore and of legend, nightmares and death. The uniqueness and strength of Lee’s art is shown here by the spoken word.

* First pressing of 500
* 180 gram vinyl
* 350 gsm gatefold jacket printed on reverse board
* 4 panel insert with liner notes.
* First 125 direct orders will receive a print signed by Robert Coye
* In the tradition of H.P. Lovecraft and other classic horror / weird fiction

We will also offer a very limited subscription (only 80 spots), here's some info on the other two releases:

Cadabr-003 – Lee Brown Coye | Scrying Stones & Dolemen & Other Tales | Read by Robert Coye – LP/ CD includes 8 page booklet with liner notes, 180 gram vinyl, gatefold jacket.

Written in 1967 “Scrying Stones and Dolemen” marks Coye’s most powerful story based in New England and Central New York. Written through a series of correspondence letters and phone calls, dark mysteries of the occult and witchcraft unfold.

Coye’s “sticks” motifs from “Scrying Stones & Doleman” became a fixture through his art and found their way in the popular film “the Blair witch project” as well as the hit HBO series “True Detective”.

Scrying Stones and Dolemen also includes four other stories.

Cadabr-005 Lee Brown Coye’s Complete “Weirdisms” | Read by Robert Coye – 4 x 7” boxset, includes 16 pg booklet.

During Lee Brown Coye’s time at Weird Tales pulp magazine (1945-1952), he was commissioned to illustrate and write a series of single page spotlights of a horrific folklore legend. Lee’s “Weirdisms” became so popular, that he was later commissioned again in the 70”s by horror fiction magazine “Whispers” to create more “Weirdisms”. Lee covered Vampires, Ghosts, Witches and everything in between. Seperated into four 7” ep’s, housed in a box with a 16 page booklet, collects the complete Lee Brown Coye “Weirdisms”. This edition is will be limited to only 500 copies in this format. This release will be companied by sound.

Subscription perks will also include:

* Exclusive color ways (only colored vinyl available for Where Is Abby and Weirdisms).
* Exclusive T-shirt
* Exclusive 9″ x 24″ hand screen printed art print signed by Robert Coye.
* First in line for other limited Coye projects.

Order July 30th from: Cadabrarecords.com

Thanks everyone,

J.

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Old 07-21-2015, 07:24 AM
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How about just the stories in a readable collection? From the trailer Robert Coye's reading is fairly bad.
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