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First Two Laura Nyro Albums To Be Reissued In 2CD Mono Set – A Little Magic, A Little Kindness

One of my favorite female singers from the ’60s and ’70s was Laura Nyro. A creator of great music that found more chart action with other bands and singers’ versions than her own, Laura Nyro still commanded a genuine high respect. It always irked me that few knew of her genius. In fact, it is the love I had for Laura Nyro that consistently leads me to female singers like Marissa Nadler, who bears a striking visual resemblance to Ms Laura Nyro.

When labels return to her music, I’m always a bit overjoyed. The news that Real Gone Music will revisit Laura Nyro via Second Disc Records is a great bit of news. It also helps that Second Disc Records is helmed by highly respected friends of mine, Joe Marchese, and Mike Duquette, both who also run The Second Disc website.

The new 2CD album is called A Little Magic, A Little Kindness – The Complete Mono Albums Collection. It will feature two of Nyro’s early albums, More Than A New Discovery (1967), and Eli And the Thirteenth Confession (1968), a distributed promo Mono set. In addition to the original music, there are three bonus tracks which include the uncensored “Stoney End”, and “Eli’s Coming” as the album’s single, and “Save The Country”, the non-LP single.

A Little Magic, A Little Kindness – The Complete Mono Albums Collection is newly remastered for this release. This set will include a 24-page booklet with photos, credits, and a liner notes penned by Joe Marchese.

A Little Magic, A Little Kindness – The Complete Mono Albums CollectionLaura Nyro

CD1 (More Than A New Discovery, Laura Nyro, The First Songs)
1. Goodbye Joe
2. Billy’s Blues
3. And When I Die
4. Stoney End
5. Lazy Susan
6. Hands Off the Man (Flim Flam Man)
7. Wedding Bell Blues
8. Buy and Sell
9. He’s a Runner
10. Blowin’ Away
11. I Never Meant to Hurt You
12. California Shoeshine Boys
Bonus Track
13. Stoney End (Original Single Version with Alternate Lyrics)

CD2 (Eli and the Thirteenth Confession):
1. Luckie
2. Lu
3. Sweet Blindness
4. Poverty Train
5. Lonely Women
6. Eli’s Coming
7. Timer
8. Stoned Soul Picnic
9. Emmie
10. Woman’s Blues
11. Once It Was Alright Now (Farmer Joe)
12. December’s Boudoir
13. The Confession
Bonus Tracks
14. Eli’s Coming (Mono Single Version)
15. Save the Country (Non-LP Single Version)

 

The Epic Archives Vol. 1 (1975-1979) With Cheap Trick Rarities Expected In April

In the late ’70s, Rock produced a quartet of unusual rockers in Cheap Trick. By the time of their second album, the band had appealed to a fast growing fanbase, which would  get exponentially larger by their live release of At Budokan. In fact, their rise to popularity was world-wide rather than the usual one country fixation that happens to many bands regardless of their country of origin. Also, in a nice twist to the usual stories of premature dismantling, Cheap Trick is STILL touring, STILL recording.

Over the years, Bun E Carlos (currently the one element of the original band that is at odds with the entire unit) had accumulated a treasure chest of recordings and live tapes. Much of the recordings he has archived include outtakes, live tracks, alternate versions of well-known songs, and a collection of demos, all of which show up in an upcoming volume of Cheap Trick essentials.

On April 28, Real Gone Music will release the first volume of collected rarities in The Epic Archives Vol. 1 (1975-1979) for Cheap Trick. And with the track list, it’s readily apparent that it is an essential for Cheap Trick fans. There’s a lot on here, folks. And with a potential following volume, more that we’d be delighted to have.

The album will feature 18 rarities. These include three demos before their Epic Records deal (“Come On, Come On”, “Southern Girls”, and “Taxman, Mr Thief”), two live Whisky performance tracks (“You’re All Talk”, “Goodnight”), and a wealth of excellent treasure pieces (see track-list). The booklet will feature rare photos from the period, while the music found on this Epic Archives set will be newly remastered (Vic Anesini). This will be issued on CD.

Thanks, Real Gone Music!

The Epic Archives Vol. 1 (1975-1979) – Cheap Trick

01. Come On, Come On (Ardent Studios Demo)
02. Southern Girls (Ardent Studios Demo)
03. Taxman, Mr. Thief (Ardent Studios Demo)
04. You’re All Talk (Early Studio Version)
05. I Want You to Want Me (Early Studio Version)
06. Lookout (Studio Version)
07. I Dig Go-Go Girls (Outtake)
08. Oh Boy (Instrumental Version)
09. You’re All Talk (Live at The Whiskey)
10. Goodnight (Live at The Whiskey)
11. Stiff Competition (Alternate Version)
12. Surrender (Alternate Version)
13. Ain’t That a Shame (Live Single Edit)
14. Lookout (previously unreleased alternate version)
15. Dream Police (No Strings Version)
16. Stiff Competition (Live at Budokan
17. How Are You (Live at Budokan
18. Top of the World (Live at Budokan)

 

Real Gone Music To Release 2CD Collection Of Eddie Money, The Complete Hits And More!

Eddie Money - The Complete Hits And More!Can you imagine the thrill of leaving behind a job for the chase of Rock and Roll fame? And getting it? That’s the pursuit story of Eddie Money, who left behind a job with the police department of NYC for the unlikely dream of becoming a Rock star. And not just any Rock start either. Out of the gate, he achieved multi-platinum success with his debut Columbia Records. He established his career with three strong singles from that 1977 self-titled first album, (“Two Tickets To Paradise”, “Baby, Hold On”, “You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me”). That album was followed up by his equally strong 1978 release, Life For The Taking, which generated “Can’t Keep A Good Man Down”, and “Maybe I’m A Fool” as high charting singles.

Eddie Money began to lose his influence with the release of his third album, Playing For Keeps (1980) but still charted some singles. From his debut through his 1999 studio set, Ready Eddie (he released an album of covers in 2007 amusingly titled Wanna Go Back – don’t we all?!), Eddie Money kept our interest in one level or another of his long career.

On October 7, Real Gone Music will release The Complete Hits And More! It will contain 35 newly remastered tracks that explore the trail of charting songs released by Eddie Money, including the live tracks from his promo-only Livin’ It Up EP. The collection will provide new notes, and added photos in the set’s new booklet.

The Complete Hits And More! – Eddie Money

CD1:
01 – Two Tickets to Paradise
02 – Baby Hold On
03 – Wanna Be a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
04 – You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me
05 – Maybe I’m a Fool
06 – Can’t Keep a Good Man Down
07 – Maureen (Livin’ It Up EP – Live)
08 – Rock and Roll the Place (Livin’ It Up EP – Live)
09 – Love The Way You Love Me (Livin’ It Up EP – Live)
10 – Gimme Some Water (Livin’ It Up EP – Live)
11 – Get a Move On (Radio Edit)
12 – Open Up Your Heart
13 – Trinidad
14 – Running Back
15 – Let’s Be Lovers Again
16 – Think I’m in Love
17 – Shakin’
18 – No Control

CD2:
01 – Where’s the Party?
02 – The Big Crash
03 – Club Michelle
04 – Take Me Home Tonight
05 – I Wanna Go Back
06 – Endless Nights
07 – We Should Be Sleeping
08 – Walk on Water
09 – The Love in Your Eyes
10 – Let Me In
11 – Peace in Our Time
12 – Heaven in the Back Seat
13 – Another Nice Day in L.A.
14 – Fall In Love Again
15 – I’ll Get By
16 – She Takes My Breath Away (Acoustic)
17 – Save a Little Room in Your Heart for Me (Acoustic)

 

TAPSheet: Release Notes – 04/15/2016

It’s been a while. S0…

Mute Records have a Mick Harvey (Nick Cave) album arriving on June 10. It’s called Delirium Tremens and will be released on CD, DD, and vinyl LP. This album is third in Harvey’s artful interpretations of Serge Gainsbourg. Previously, Harvey had done Intoxicated Man (1995), and Pink Elephants (1997).

Mick Harvey Delirium Tremens

The legendary Alligator Records will release 45th Anniversary Collection featuring 37 songs across 2CDs. On them, you will find Mavis Staples, Koko Taylor, James Cotton, Lee Rocker, Albert Collins, Jimmy Johnson, Elvin Bishop, and a whole lot more. This set will be made available on June 10.

ALCD 127/28
ALCD 127/28

Rhino Records will reissue three The Smiths sets on vinyl 2LP sets scheduling the re-releases for June 7. The titles are The World Won’t Listen (1987, compilation) on 2LPs, Rank (1988, live), and Louder Than Bombs (1987, compilation). These LPs wil featured remastered tracks and will be released on June 7.

The Smiths The World Won't Listen  The Smiths Louder Than Bombs  The Smiths Rank

Eagle Rock Entertainment will release a 2BD edition of Totally Stripped featuring The Rolling Stones. This set features Live From Toshiba-EMI Studio’s, Tokyo, Japan / The Paradiso, Amsterdam / Live From The L’Olympia Bru. It’s on the calendar for June 3. There will also be a DVD set as well as a DVD/CD set.

Concord Records will release a 3-disc set called The Traveling Wilburys Collection on June 3. This Deluxe Edition will offer 2CDs and a DVD. there will also be a 3LP vinyl set.

Real Gone Music have several 2CD sets arriving on June 3. Those will be The New Sounds Of Maynard Fergusen / Come Blow Your Horn – The Complete Cameo Recordings; Air Supply: The Columbia and Arista Years – The Definitive Collection, and Edgar Winter – The Definitive Collection. They also have several other album sets and collections on the calendar for June 3. Those include Loudon Wainwright III – The Atlantic Recordings, Fairport Convention – Live In Finland 1971, Petula Clark: Natural Love – The Scotti Brothers Recordings, and a Paul Butterfield Blues Band live set, Got A Mind To Give Up Living – Live 1966.

  Loudon Wainwright The Atlantic Recordings  Maynard Ferguson Come Blow Your Horn  Petula Clark - Natural Love

Real Gone Music will release several Dick’s Picks volumes from the Grateful Dead vaults. These are Picks Volume 31 – 8/4-5/74 Philadelphia Civic Center and 8/6/78 Roosevelt Stadium, and Volume 25 – 5/10/78 New Haven and 5/11/78 Springfield, MA. Both sets are 4CDs. They are available on June 3.

Grateful Dead - Dicks Picks 25  Grateful Dead Dicks Picks 31

Varese Sarabande will offer The Very Best Of The Happenings on CD for June 3.

Reprise Records will release two Neil Young live concert tour films, Rust Never Sleeps, and Human Highway (The Director’s Cut), both on May 27. Each title will see both DVD and BD (Blu-ray) issues.

Mercury Records have an ICON title coming for Saliva on June 10.

BMG will release the brand new Band Of Skulls album, By Default. This new set is scheduled to street on May 27. It will be released on CD, DD, and vinyl LP.

Band Of Skulls By Default

Maranatha! Music will release Father’s Heart – Good Good Father on CD and planned for June 3. In addition, the label will offer a 3CD Box on June 3 called Maranatha Praise Band. It will bundle Praise Band 8, 9, and 10.

Maranatha! Music Father's Heart

And finally, Foghat is releasing a new album on June 24. And while I have mixed feelings about this, especially this one, I can understand that this is not a matter of people not getting along. Rather, it is a continuation of an impossible situation. I don’t have to like it. Personally, I’d rather they just had recorded brand new songs instead of re-recording classics for whatever reason was needed to do so. Nevertheless, for those fans who continue on regardless, Under The Influence is on the way. Get the full scoop here.

Foghat Under The Influence

 

 

Edgar Winter Career Celebrated With 2CD Collection In June

Edgar Winter The Definitive CollectionReal Gone Music have given us many reasons to appreciate their profound love of music and is about to do it again.

On June 3rd, the label will provide a 2CD collection of selected tracks from the full career of Edgar Winter. From his White Trash band through his Edgar Winter Group phases and including his album with Johnny Winter, they’re all covered here. Those incljude music from all of his album releases with Epic Records and Blue Sky Records. They epitomize the richness of Edgar Winter’s crowd that included Johnny Winter, Dan Hartman, Rick Derringer, and Ronnie Montrose, all stars in their own rights.

The 2CD collection is called The Definitive Collection. All 30 of the songs included are newly remastered. The set will add in a full booklet with new and insightful liner notes, tons of photos and memorabilia, and a complete crediting of all songs. The songs are important as they describe the career of Edgar Winter during the time of his ascendancy…AND, in newly remastered form!

It’ll be in my library, that’s for sure.

The Definitive Collection – Edgar Winter

CD1:
01 Tobacco Road
02 Entrance
03 Hung Up
04 Where Have You Gone
05 Give It Everything You Got
06 Dying to Live
07 Keep Playin’ That Rock ‘n’ Roll
08 Fly Away
09 You Were My Light
10 Save the Planet (Live)
11 Rock & Roll, Hoochie Koo
12 Free Ride
13 Round & Round
14 Alta Mira
15 We All Had a Real Good Time

CD2:
01 Frankenstein
02 Some Kinda Animal
03 Someone Take My Heart Away
04 Easy Street
05 Animal
06 River’s Risin’
07 Chainsaw
08 Good Shot
09 Hello Mellow
10 Keep On Burnin’
11 Solar Strut Feelin’
12 Rock & Roll Medley (Live)
13 Stickin’ It Out
14 It’s Your Life to Live
15 Tomorrowland

 

Review: Dave Mason: The Columbia Years – The Definitive Anthology

Dave Mason The Columbia Years The Definitive AnthologyAfter Dave Mason‘s sporadic tenure with Traffic, he gave fans of his voice and songwriting talents a reason to hang around with his solo works. Beginning with his first solo album, he was to gradually build upon his fan base with increasingly popular albums like his debut on Blue Thumb Records. After a time, Mason signed with Columbia Records and recorded seven albums for the label. One of those was the highly successful Let It Flow album, originally issued in 1977. That album provided three hit singles (“Let It Flow”, “So High (Rock Me Baby And Roll Me Away)”, “We Just Disagree”) as well as popular FM favorites (“Seasons”, “Mystic Traveler”).

To consider the greatness of Dave Mason outside his career with Traffic, one would have to take into strong account his works with Columbia Records. To that end, Real Gone Music, a popular compiler of classic songs and albums by neglected artists, has compiled a 30-track anthology of Dave Mason’s work as found on the Columbia label.

What stands out about The Columbia Years – The Definitive Anthology is the excellent selection of every album released on that label. Of course, the hits weren’t ignored, especially from the Let It Flow gem. But I was pleasantly surprised to see “Seasons” included simply because it was a superb track. And those kinds of under appreciated gems tend to get left off such compilations as this one. However, Real Gone has found it right to not ignore the obvious.

Every Columbia album is represented with carefully extracted songs. From the beginning of the Columbia era with It’s Like You Never Left (1973) all the way through the end of it with Old Crest On A New Wave (1980), the archivists at Real Gone Music selected a brilliant collection for inclusion into their 2CD Anthology. For me, there really isn’t a bad Dave Mason track. There may be some that I listen to less than others. I actually even enjoyed his one album tenure with Fleetwood Mac on their 1995 Time album.

Apart from the excellent selection of tracks, there is a rich 24-page booklet. The booklet is of heavy gloss paper giving it a sturdy construction to last a long, long time. In side the booklet is a parade of full-page album covers, an essay that explores each Columbia album in close detail, and two pages of track-listings and full credits. The CDs are stamped with the classic era red Columbia label that featured the circle of the Columbia logo at the outside of the label. Inside the jewel case that houses both CDs, there is a montage of each album and their respective red Columbia labels.

Simply put, this is a welcome anthology for the serious Dave Mason fan. You will not only get the more popular tunes from each album, but you also get the obvious great ones, the ones that were not as anointed as the others. And that what makes me appreciate the work that Real Gone Music does as they reissue excellent albums and anthologize forgotten artist. I have quite a list of my own that I’d love to see them revisit.

Dave Mason: The Columbia Years – The Definitive Anthology is indeed a remastered must have. Pure goodness!

 

TAPSheet: Vinyl LP Release Notes – 03/29/2016

There are a flurry of upcoming vinyl editions of not only new works but also old classics. With this edition of TAPSheet, I’ll run through a few of the upcoming vinyl editions that are being planned for the upcoming months. While not a complete list, it should help to surprise you on a few that you might have been unaware of that are being prepped for vinyl re-release.

Nonesuch Records plan the 2LP release of The Bright Mississippi, the 2009 release by Allen Toussaint. The vinyl is planned to be reissued on 140g-weight black vinyl. It’s scheduled for June 10. (Note: Rhino Records will be releasing a 2CD set featuring the works of Allen Toussaint called The Complete Warner Recordings. It’s on the calendar for May 13.)

Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi

As previously noted, the 6LP (180g-weight color vinyl) Box of The Elektra Years 1978-1987 featuring the classic albums of The Cars , is planned for June 7.

CARS The Elektra Years 1978-1987

The 2005 Regina Spektor set, Soviet Kitsch, is slated for vinyl reissue on May 6. It will contain thirteen tracks.

Regina Spektor Soviet Kitsch

Warner Brothers Music will reissue three Linkin Park titles on vinyl LP scheduling them for May 6. The titles include Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes (2008) on a 2LP set; Reanimation (2002), a remix that will fill 2LPs; and a single LP version of Living Things (2013).

The brand new Beth Orton album, Kidsticks, will be released not only on the expected CD and DD formats, but also vinyl LP scheduled for May 27.

Beth Orton Kidsticks

Warner Brothers will release vinyl LPs for Prince. The first is For You (1978), which is planned for April 26, with the second being Prince (1979), planned for May 24.

Prince For You

Eric Clapton‘s upcoming new album, I Still Do will be released on 2LP in 180g-weight vinyl, cut at 45RPM speed. The LP will offer DD rights via a download card with exclusive passcode. I Still Do is planned for May 20.

Eric Clapton I Still Do

JEMP Records will reissue Hoist, the 1994 classic Phish album, on 180g-weight black vinyl 2LP. It is being scheduled for May 20.

Phish Hoist

Elektra Records will re-release the 2013 remastered vinyl edition 2LP of Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me (1987) by The Cure that was exclusive to Record Store Day 2013. This version will differ in that it will be pressed on 180g-weight black vinyl and available without the long line hassles. It’s scheduled for May 13.

Cure Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me

Warner Brothers will revisit the 1988 Enya classic, Watermark, along with Shepherd Moons from 1991, and her 1995 set, The Memory Of Trees, with vinyl LP reissues of the best-selling titles.

Enya Watermark

Atlantic Records will release the new album by Adia Victoria on CD, DD, and vinyl LP. The album is called Beyond The Bloodhounds.  The LP edition will include DD rights. It’s planned for May 13. Yes, she’s pretty good.

Adia Victoria Beyond The Bloodhounds

Real Gone Music will offer a remastered translucent green vinyl Limited Edition of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to The Return Of The Living Dead from 1985. This film was a hilarious send-up of zombies that continued on for multiple sequels. “Send More Cops”. But a word of warning to delayers: There will only be 750 available copies. It’s on the market on May 6.

Return Of The Living Dead OMPS

Also from Real Gone Music, a Limited Edition 180g-weight black vinyl press of Cactus, the 1970 debut from Cactus. It’s destined for May 6. There will only be 700 copies made.

Cactus Cactus

Justin Time Records will offer a repress of the 1993 classic debut from Diana Krall of Stepping Out. It’s planned as a 180g-weight 2LP Essentials Collection and will come with a DD download card. It’s planned for May 6.

Diana_Krall_Steppin_Gatefold

And finally: For May 3, Elektra will reissue two 10,000 Maniacs titles on vinyl LPs. Those will be Our Time In Eden (1992), and In My Tribe (1987).

10000 Maniacs Our Time In Eden

2CD Dan Fogelberg Set, The Definitive Anthology, Set For May

Dan Fogelberg Definitive AnthologyThe music of Dan Fogelberg was enchanting, even haunting, over the fifteen-plus studio efforts he released over a 35-year period. From his excellent Home Free debut released in 1972 through his final album, Love In Time, released posthumously in 2009, Dan Fogelberg continuously changed the colors on his poetically dipped lyrical brushes. With a handful of serious charting singles, and many of his early albums in the 2-million plus sales category, Dan Fogelberg was heralded and appreciated as one of the finest of his period.

His best singles delivering album was The Innocent Age. Released in 1982, it produced four Top Ten tracks (“Same Old Lang Syne”, “Hard To Say”, “Leader Of The Band”, “Run for The Roses”). But for many, each album had its own charm. For me, that was Nether Lands, released in 1977. That album mixed country, classical, rock, ballads, and literal poetic beauty into one gorgeous set. For others, it’s his work after that album that defined him. And that was so. There was also his successful collaboration with Tim Weisberg that produced two classic albums (Twins Sons Of Different Mothers – 1978, No Resemblance Whatsoever – 1995), and generated two singles, both from the Twin Sons Of Different Mothers album (“The Power Of Gold”, “Tell Me To My Face”)

By the late ’80s, Dan Fogelberg had lost an audience (more or less) to the changes that ran through the ’80s. Nevertheless, he continued to be productive up to his death in 2007 from cancer.

On May 6, the fine personnel over at Real Gone Music will release a 2CD career-spanning collection of 28 tracks. All of the tracks on The Definitive Anthology are newly remastered by Vic Anesini. The set will provide a richly detailed booklet that includes new liner notes. Those notes will attend to each track found within the 2 CDs.

Dan Fogelberg is a classic gem fro an era of Rock and Roll that will never be repeated. And yet, he still feels timeless, certainly influential.

The Definitive Anthology – Dan Fogelberg

CD1:

01 Phoenix
02 Sweet Magnolia (and the Traveling Salesman)
03 The Language of Love
04 Part of the Plan
05 Same Old Lang Syne
06 Run for the Roses
07 Illinois
08 Nether Lands
09 There’s a Place in the World for a Gambler
10 Tucson, Arizona (Gazette)
11 Beggar’s Game
12 Heart Hotels
13 Believe in Me
14 She Don’t Look Back

CD2:

01 Nexus
02 Make Love Stay (Single Version)
03 Seeing You Again
04 Hard to Say
05 Missing You (Single Version)
06 As the Raven Flies
07 A Love Like This
08 Longer
09 Rhythm of the Rain
10 Magic Every Moment
11 The Power of Gold
12 Lonely in Love
13 To the Morning
14 Leader of the Band/Washington Post March

 

2CD The Columbia Years: The Definitive Anthology Featuring Dave Mason For March

Dave Mason The Columbia Years AnthologyThe real world pedigree of Dave Mason is immense when laid up against the music that he has been involved with as well as his own successful solo releases. With Traffic, he helped set the pace for the sounds of Rock during its embryonic periods. As time progressed, he wrote songs like “Feelin’ Alright” that has taken on a life of its own, and worked with many Rock and Roll luminaries of his time. But it was his solo work that established him solidly with die-hard Mason fans. His Columbia Records years were especially solid.

His entry with Columbia Records is the self-titled gem that went Gold. But it was his Let It Flow album that brought more interest to Mason. With the charting of three singles, (“So High (Rock Me Baby and Roll Me Away)”, “We Just Disagree”, “Let It Flow”), Let It Flow (1977) is a great point in the Dave Mason timeline.

Old Crest On A New Wave (1980) finished Dave Mason for Columbia.

On March 11, Real Gone Music will release a 2CD collection called The Columbia Years: The Definitive Anthology that will contain a song list of 30 tracks (see track list below)

CD1:
01. Misty Morning Stranger (Album Version)
02. Baby…Please (Album Version)
03. The Lonely One (Album Version)
04. Head Keeper (Album Version)
05. It’s Like You Never Left (Album Version)
06. Every Woman (Album Version)
07. All Along the Watchtower
08. You Can’t Take It When You Go
09. Show Me Some Affection
10. Bring It on Home to Me
11. Relation Ships
12. You Can Lose It
13. Split Coconut
14. Crying, Waiting, Hoping
15. Long Lost Friend

CD2:
01. Feelin’ Alright (Live)
02. Pearly Queen (Live)
03. Take It to the Limit (Live)
04. Sad and Deep as You (Live)
05. Only You Know and I Know (Live)
06. We Just Disagree
07. So High (Rock Me Baby and Roll Me Away)
08. Then It’s Alright (Album Version)
09. Seasons (Album Version)
10. Let It Go, Let It Flow (Album Version)
11. Mystic Traveler (Album Version)
12. Don’t It Make You Wonder
13. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
14. Save Me
15. Paralyzed (Album Version)

TAPSheet: LP Release Notes – 06/05/2015

Another new edition of the upcoming vinyl that’s being prepped. And there are some great ones coming:

ORG Music will release London Collection, Volume One (1988) featuring Thelonius Monk on vinyl. This first installment (there are three volumes) has been remastered, and pressed on high-grade 180g-weight vinyl. It is expected on July 10.

Monk London collection

A&M Records will release Paradise Theater (1981), Pieces Of Eight (1978),and Equinox (1975), by Styx on vinyl LP on July 17.

Styx Paradise Theater

Friday Music will reissue a newly remastered 180g-weight pressing of Stand By Me, the VA period piece soundtrack to the magnificent coming of age film by Rob Reiner. It is scheduled for July 10.

Stand By Me LP

Scheduled for July 31, Reprise Records have the 2LP, 180g vinyl of Forever Man, which features 19 tracks over four sides by Eric Clapton The CD versions were issued on April 28.Side A Side B

Side A – LP 1
01 Gotta Get Over
02 I’ve Got A Rock ‘N’ Roll Heart
03 Anyway The Wind Blows – By J.J. Cale & Eric Clapton
04 My Father’s Eyes
05 Motherless Child

Side B – LP1
01 Pretending
02 Little Queen Of Spades
03 Bad Love
04 Behind The Mask

Side A – LP2
01 Tears In Heaven
02 Change The World
03 Call Me The Breeze
04 Forever Man
05 Riding With The King – By Eric Clapton & B.B. King

Side B – LP2:
01 It’s In The Way That You Use It
02 Circus
03 Got You On My Mind
04 Travelin’ Alone
05 Revolution

Clapton Forever Man

Rhino Records will release Live + by Jeff Beck in a 2LP, 180g Edition planned for July 31.

Chapter Music will release vinyl for How Far Will You Go?: The S&M Recordings 1973-81 by Smokey. It’s planned for June 23.

Rounder Records will release a 2LP, 16 performance track live set for Gregg Allman called Live: Back To Macon, GA January 14, 2014. It is set for release on August 7 (same date as CD issue).

Gregg Allman Live

Lost Highway will reissue the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack on a Limited Edition 2LP Picture disc set. It’s scheduled for June 23.

O Brother Where Art Thou LP   Picture Front

 

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4AD plan to separately release four of the classic Red House Painters albums including one that will incorporate an EP. The titles include Down Colorful Hill (1992), Red House Painters (Roller Coaster) (1993), Red House Painters (Bridge) (1993), and Ocean Beach (1995). Ocean Beach will be reformatted to be a 2LP set that will include the band’s 4-track Shock Me EP from 1994). All LPs are planned for August 14.

Red House Painters Down Colorful Hill LP

Modern Classics will reissue the 1989 classic The Stone Roses album in remastered form. The reissue will be issued on 2LPs and will be pressed in lemon yellow 180g-weight vinyl. It’s on the calendar for June 16.

The Stone Roses

Rhino Records will have a vinyl LP reissue of Fontanelle, the 1992 album by Babes In Toyland, planned for August 14.

BAbes In Toyland fontanelle

ATO Records will release Live At Red Rocks With The Colorado Symphony featuring Amos Lee from his 2014 set at the famed amphitheater. This album is scheduled for release on July 24.

Slash Live at The Roxy 09.25.14 (featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators) will be released in a 3LP Limited Edition set on June 30 via Armoury Records.

Slash Roxy

Legacy Recordings will release a 6LP Box collecting the catalog output in vinyl form for Simon & Garfunkel. The Box, The Complete Columbia Album Collection, is scheduled for July 24. The original collection was released on CD form back in November of 2014.

Simon And Garfunkel Complete Album Collection

Real Gone Music will reissue the 1973 classic, The Adventures Of Panama Red from New Riders Of The Purple Sage, on vinyl LP planned for July 10. This album will be pressed on purple vinyl and be limited to only 1000 copies. The artwork, including the lyric sheet, will be just as the original was released.

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The newly remastered Amused To Death by Roger Waters will be available on picture disc vinyl 2LP on July 24.

Roger Waters Amused To Death LP