On November 24, Rhino Records, in conjunction with Ryko, will re-release the 4CD, 98-song career Big Star retrospective originally released back in 2009. This represents a reformat of the title, and will make, once again, a collectible set newly available to the public. You may know this set as Keep An Eye On The Sky.
Atlantic and Parlophone will release the Coldplay live set, Ghost Stories Live 2014 on a CD/DVD edition, on the calendar for November 24.
Rhino Records, and Warner Brothers will also supply a reformat of the 2007 release of the 4CD, 78-track Songbird:Rare Tracks And Forgotten Gems, the richly packed career retrospective of Emmylou Harris. It is scheduled for a re-release on November 17.
Fuel Records will release The Final Sessions featuring Elmore James, planned for December 9.
Concord Records plan the release of Brazilian Nights by Kenny G, with a first quarter 2015 release pegged at January 27.
All Saints Records will reissue the 1993 Eno title, Neroli on a 2CD set planned for November 18. Other 2CD sets include Eno’s Shutov Assembly, Drop, and Nerve Net. All titles will also be reissued on vinyl LP.
Sanctuary Records have the legendary Spunk by Sex Pistols planned for release on December 9.
Sanctuary Records also plan the vinyl LP reissue of two Spiritualized titles that include Amazing Grace, and Songs in A&E.
A Carrie Underwood hits package, Greatest Hits: Decade #1, will be released on December 9 via Sony Nashville.
The new Smashing Pumpkins album, one of two expected, will release on December 9. The new title will be Monuments To An Elegy.
Evil Teen Records will release the new Gov’t Mule album, Dark Side Of The Mule, on CD, and vinyl LP scheduled for December 9.
Orange Mountain Music will release a 2CD set featuring Philip Glass called The Complete Piano Etudes. At the piano is Maki Namekawa. This 20-etudes album is slated for release on November 25.
There’s a lot of resistance going on there in fandom land concerning the upcoming ‘best of’ for The Who, The Who Hit Fifty!. And while another ‘best of’ featuring The Who might feel excessive, who can resist the arrival of the title in BD-Audio?! Huh?! Expect the Who Hit Fifty! on Blu-ray Audio on December 9.