The Late Norma Tanega’s Archival Music Collection ‘I’m The Sky: Studio and Demo Recordings, 1964–1971’ Out Today

The archival music collection of the late Norma Tanega’s work, I’m The Sky: Studio and Demo Recordings, 1964–1971—which has been earning praise from outlets including Bandcamp Daily, Xtra, Record Collector, MOJO, UNCUT, and more—arrived in stores today via Anthology Recordings. Surveying her two commercially released studio albums, an unreleased LP, and a trove of unheard demos, the collection can now be streamed or purchased.

I’m The Sky… follows the Anthology Editions release of Tanega’s comprehensive visual biography, Try to Tell a Fish About Water (9″x10″, trade paperback, 160 pages), detailing her career as a visual artist. The book is a compendium of her paintings, musings, and more, shared alongside reminiscences by some of her closest friends and collaborators of her winding journey through art, music, and community.