Megaphones 20th anniversary compilation, now on vinyl for the first time. The Megaphone record label was founded in 1997 in the wake of concert promoter Stéphane Bismuths matchmaking of Liverpool quartet Shack with west-coast legend Loves Arthur Lee, after a 15 year hiatus in the latters career. Stéphane went on to produce Michael Head & The Strandss classic 1997 album The Magical World of The Strands (MEGAUK 024CD/LP). In the late 90s he discovered, and released material by, the then little known late folk-blues singer Karen Dalton, now acknowledged by Bob Dylan as his favorite singer in the early 60s Greenwich Village scene, quoted by Adele as her favorite singer, and revered by a large following in the new centurys sprawling folk scene. Sing And Theyll Sing Your Song features the broad spectrum showcased on the labels releases over twenty years, including Bahamian Calypso" by Blind Blake, the singer who influenced the first million selling album by a single artist, Harry Belafontes Calypso, Iraqi Oud, Sicilian young art-rockers, and the first recording endeavor by Julien Barbagallo, a multi-instrumentalist discovered a good seven-hour drive into French countryside, soon bound for fame with Australian band Tame Impala. The title of the compilation is a quote from Alan Prices "Poor People" covered here quite possibly the first time ever. It reflects the number of covers that made their way to the compilation and the labels belief that covers have been discarded too hastily since the 60s, as Karen Daltons oblivion sadly exemplifies. This compilation comes with a 12-page booklet with unpublished photographs of every artist, including rare shots from the personal archives of Karen Dalton. Features Michael Head & The Strands, Karen Dalton, Simon Dalmais, Silvain Vanot, Lecube, Angil, Antarte, Teppaz & Naz, Blind Blake, and Omar Bashir. Includes a bonus track: a cover of Richard Hawleys "For Your Lover Give Some Time" by Sarah Zeppilli and Hans Ludemann." - Megaphone UK.