Ellensberg troubadour Mark Lanegan has announced details of a new best-of, stuffed with previously unreleased material. 

The former Screaming Tree frontman has just released Imitations – a covers collection featuring grizzled reworks of material by Nick Cave, Frank & Nancy Sinatra and Hall & Oates. Where that record saw him raking through classic material by other artists, a new 2xLP package from reissue buffs Light In The Attic will put Lanegan’s own output under a microscope.

Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 will collect 20 standout solo tracks from across Lanegan’s career, with selections ranging from early The Winding Sheet material through to Lanegan’s post-2010 output. Perhaps more tantalising is the second disc, which features 12 previously unreleased Lanegan tracks. Guest contributors on the collection include PJ Harvey, Dinosaur Jr’s J. Mascis, and Josh Homme.

Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 is due on January 13 2014. Lanegan is playing a string of acoustic dates across the UK next month; dates are below.

Tracklisting:
Disc 1:
1. Bombed
2. One Hundred Days
3. Come To Me
4. Mirrored
5. Pill Hill Serenade
6. One Way Street
7. Kimiko’s Dream House
8. Low
9. Resurrection Song
10. Shiloh Town
11. Creeping Coastline Of Lights
12. Lexington Slow Down
13. Last One In The World
14. Wheels
15. Mockingbirds
16. Wild Flowers
17. Sunrise
18. Carnival
19. Pendulum
20. The River Rise

Disc 2 (all previously unreleased):
1. Dream Lullabye
2. Leaving New River Blues
3. Sympathy
4. To Valencia Courthouse
5. A Song While Waiting
6. Blues For D (Vocal Version)
7. No Contestar
8. Big White Cloud
9. Following The Rain
10. Grey Goes Black
11. Halcyon Daze
12. Blues Run The Game (Live)

Dates:
01/11 – Brighton, St. George’s Church
02/11 – Birmingham, Institute
03/11 – Leeds, College of Music
04/11 – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
05/11 – Dublin, Sugar Club
07/11 – Manchester , Royal Northern College of Music
08/11 – London @ Union Chapel

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