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TAPSheet: Release Notes – 08/23/16

For fans of Steve Earle, there will be a 2CD 30th Anniversary Edition of his 1986 set, Guitar Town. That will be expected to release on October 14 via MCA Nashville.

Steve Earle Guitar Town


Concord Records will re-release The Traveling Wilburys, Vol 1, and The Traveling Wilburys, Vol 3. Both CDs – AND vinyl LPs –  are expected on October 14.

Analog Spark will be releasing a 3LP set as well as an SACD edition of Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook. Both sets will be issued on September 23.

Speaking of SACDs, Mobile Fidelity (Mo-Fi) have several in the works that include two Jefferson Airplane titles, Surrealistic Pillow, and Volunteers. It will be joined by SACD issues, Cheap Thrills by Big Brother & The Holding Company, and Pearl by Janis Joplin. All four are planned for September 30.

Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow   Big Brother Cheap Thrills

Virgin Records have the vinyl LP editions of two 30 Seconds To Mars titles planned for release on September 23. The first is a 2LP set of the band’s 2002 debut, and the single LP edition of A Beautiful Lie (2006).

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Sony Classical has the next Joshua Bell album with him as the conductor of The Academy Of St Martin In the Field. It’s presents Steven Isserlis as the performing cellist.This album is expected on September 30. The album is being called For The Love Of Brahms and will feature eight tracks.

Joshua Bell Steven Isserlis For The Love Of Brahms

ELP‘s third album, Trilogy, will be released on vinyl LP with new remaster on October 21.

The 6LP set of Jane’s Addiction material, Sterling Spoon, will be made available on October 21. The sides will feature studio tracks, demos, outtakes, remixes, and live performances from 1990. All LPs will be pressed on 180g-weight vinyl.

Janes Addiction Sterling Spoon

XL Recordings will reissue Amnesiac, the 2001 Radiohead classic, and Kid A (2000) as 2LP vinyl sets, both planned for October 14.

Mute Records will release a series of 180g-weight vinyl LP editions from the Erasure catalog on October 7. Those will be Union Street (2006), Other People’s Songs (2003), and Light At The End  Of The World (2007).

The classic that is Angelo Badalamenti‘s 1990 soundtrack to David Lynch’s Twin Peaks series will be reissued on vinyl LP that includes a brand new remaster and a press in “damn fine coffee”-colored vinyl. The vinyl will be 180g-weight, and housed in a new art gatefold sleeve. It’s scheduled for September 9.

Twin Peaks OMPS Badalamenti

Twin Peaks Gatefold


Damn Fine Coffee Vinyl


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.

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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