Proofs for the CD version of I Travel Alone arrived over the holidays, bringing us one hurdle closer to the mid-March finish line. The box set’s stoic facade comes courtesy of Cleveland photographer George Shuba, who spent much of the ’60s and ’70s immersed in the arena of rock, documenting Ohio dates by everyone from Aerosmith to the Zombies. His archive is so star studded, it’s a wonder that two unpublished rolls of Lou Ragland studio portraiture from the late ’60s did not fall through the cracks of his cataloging system. Numerous stills of this well-lit Cleveland luminary are included in both the CD and LP versions of I Travel Alone.
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