Now available individually, these titles were initially released on vinyl as part of the extremely limited ‘Road Atlas 1998-2011’ box set, which compiled Calexico’s eight exclusive tour-only CDs pressed onto vinyl for the first time ever. 1100 hand-numbered box sets were available worldwide and sold out almost immediately.
Packaged in the same full colour art and colour inner sleeves as those in the box set.
Each release includes a coupon for an MP3 download of the album.
‘98-99 Road Map’: Originally released as an exclusive tour-only CD in 1999. Album outtakes from ‘The Black Light’ and all instrumental pieces recorded for writer Lawrence Clark Powell’s readings about the American Southwest.
‘Travelall’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2000. All instrumental tracks featuring Chicago musicians Doug McCombs, Rob Mazurek, and Noel Kupersmith.
‘Aerocalexico’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2001. A collection of songs, field recordings, and instrumentals including the first recording of ‘Crystal Frontier’.
‘Scraping’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2002. Fantastic live recording with a classic Calexico tracklisting from San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall. Features several tracks with mariachi Luz De Luna.
‘The Book And The Canal’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2005. A collection of tracks recorded between 2003 through to 2005.
‘Tool Box’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2007. Instrumental tour album recorded in 3 days in Tuscon, Arizona.
‘Ancienne Belgique - Live In Brussels 2008’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2008. Live recording from Brussels.
‘Circo’: Originally released on tour-only CD in 2008. Soundtrack for the documentary film ‘Circo’.
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