Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Rocktober Instagram Photo Contest

Sunshine Daydream
Rocktober Instagram
Photo Contest

5 people will win a Grateful Dead or Pink Floyd 2015 calendar and 

1 lucky winner will get a $50 shopping spree to use in our store! 

Here's how to win: 

1. Follow Sunshine Daydream on Instagram:

2. Post a photo on Instagram of you and your favorite Grateful Dead or Pink Floyd item. It could be you with a record, t-shirt, sticker, tapestry, poster, or anything with either of those bands. 

3. Tag it with both   and .

Remember, if your account is set to private we will NOT be able to see the photo and you will not be entered. Please make sure to change your account settings to public for the duration of the contest. 
All valid entries will be commented/liked by the SunshineDaydreamLZ Instagram account. 

We will pick and announce the winners on 10/11. Entering our contest is as easy as 1-2-3 .         

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Widespread Panic Records

Widespread Panic Record Albums

Widespread Panic - Ain't Life Grand Vinyl Record AlbumWidespread Panic - Everyday Vinyl Record Album

It's Rocktober, and it's time for the next 2 vinyl releases from the Widespread Panic album catalog, Ain't Life Grand, and Everyday.

Back in July, their debut album, Space Wrangler and their 2nd album, self titled Widespread Panic (Mom's Kitchen) were released on pristine vinyl 2 record sets. Sunshine Daydream still has a few copies of each left in stock. 

Everyday is the third studio album by the Athens, GA based band. It was first released by Capricorn Records and Warner Bros. Records on March 3, 1993 but was never released on vinyl. The band recorded the album at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield, AL, and was the group's first to feature band mate, John Hermann. Order your copy here.

Ain't Life Grand is the fourth studio album from Panic. It was first released by Capricorn Records and Warner Bros. Records on September 6,1994 and like Everyday, was never released on vinyl. The band got minor airplay for their cover of Bloodkin's "Can't Get High," as well as their own "Airplane." The band begun rehearsing for the album by recording pre-recording sessions at John Keane's home studio like their first album, Space Wrangler. They were so pleased with the results that they decided to use the sessions for Ain't Life Grand instead of going into the studio on a future date with their producer Johnny Sandlin. You can order your copy of this album right here.

Our record department also has other Widespread Panic titles on vinyl, and we also carry a wide assortment of WP posters and merchandise

Check out our website, or visit our Chicago area store for all your Panic needs.