Record Store Day Drops 2022 - June 18
Three long out-of-print EPs, two available for the first time on vinyl. Packaged together with an EP of brand new material. Pressed on opaque galaxy vinyl with four album-sized art cards of remastered artwork by long-time collaborator Alex Deamon.
01. Another Day
04. Computer Love
01. Project Loop
03. Six AM
04. Off White Room
01. Spinning Makes Me Dizzy
03. Micro Melodies
01. MD 5
02. MD 2
03. MD 4
04. MD 6
05. Never Held a Baby (feat. Peter Broderick)
The concert recorded at Hammersmith Odeon in London on 26th March 1977, was one of the stand-outs from that memorable tour and it has been mixed by Stephen W. Tayler and is presented here on vinyl for the very first time. The recording reveals the improvisational side of Be Bop Deluxe, particularly on pieces such as “Shine” and “Blazing Apostles” which made each Be Bop Deluxe concert unique. Cut at Abbey Road Studios and pressed on white vinyl, this special Record Store Day limited edition release is a fitting tribute to a fine live band and the creative vision of Bill Nelson.
S1 - INTRODUCTION-BLIMPS, 2 LIFE IN THE AIR AGE, 3 FAIR EXCHANGE, 4 PIECE OF MINE, SISTER SEAGULL S2 - 1 MILL STREET JUNCTION, 2 SHIPS IN THE NIGHT, 3 SWANSONG, 4 MAID IN HEAVEN S3 - 1 SHINE, 2 ADVENTURES IN A YORKSHIRE LANDSCAPE S4- BILL NELSON'S INTRODUCTION, 2 TWIGHLIGHT CAPERS, 3 MODERN MUSIC SUITE S5 - 1 FORBIDDEN LOVERS, 2 TERMINAL STREET S6 - 1 BLAZING APOSTLES
Vinyl: $49.98 Buy
Paul Butterfield met aspiring blues guitarist Elvin Bishop in the early 1960s and with bassist Jerome Arnold and drummer Sam Lay (both from Howlin Wolf’s touring band), the new group secured a highly successful club engagement at Big John’s Folk Club in Chicago, bringing them to the attention of producer Paul A. Rothchild. During their engagement, Butterfield met and occasionally sat in with guitarist Mike Bloomfield. Rothchild was impressed with the chemistry between the two and having persuaded Paul to bring Bloomfield into the band, eventually signed them to Elektra Records in 1964. This Deluxe 3LP expanded edition of The Paul Butterfield Band’s lost sessions from the 1964-1966 era features the classic line-up working through blues classics. It is the first time this killer collection is available on vinyl and is expanded to include unreleased demo and alternate tracks recently found in the Warner Vaults.
In 1994, Southern alt-rockers Collective Soul became one of the biggest bands in the country with the release of their breakthrough self-titled album. Not long after, however, they would find themselves in a messy legal battle with their former manager. That difficult breakup is documented in their 1997 follow-up, Disciplined Breakdown. While the writing process helped the group overcome a challenging time, it also resulted in a best-selling album. Released in March 1997, Disciplined Breakdown landed in the Top 20 on the Billboard 200 and earned a platinum certification from the RIAA. This 25th Anniversary Edition is pressed on Translucent Red vinyl and features newly remastered audio by GRAMMY Award-winning engineer Paul Blakemore with lacquers cut by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio.
1. Precious Declaration
4. Full Circle
6. Disciplined Breakdown
4. In Between
5. Crowded Head
Vinyl: $10.98 Buy
Featuring a previously unreleased live version of the all-time classic song, recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 1970. The b-side is a live version of the classic "Who'll Stop the Rain" recorded in Oakland in 1970.
Side A: "Travelin' Band (Live at Royal Albert Hall, 1970)" / Side B: "Who'll Stop the Rain (Live at Oakland Coliseum, 1970)"
Limited run teal/purple colored deluxe hand-pressed vinyl of Dearly Beloved album with two bonus tracks.
WORLD ON FIRE
HEAVY IS THE CROWN
CHANGES ARE COMING
CRY FOR HELP
CALL YOU MINE
BREAK INTO MY HEART
This double LP release features one of Miles Davis’ final great bands: John Scofield on guitar, Bill “The Other Bill Evans” Evans on saxophones, flute and electric piano, Darryl Jones on bass, Al Foster on drums, and percussionist Mino Cinelu. Miles was back in amazing form (“incandescent and iridescent as ever,” critic Greg Tate noted), when he mounted the stage at the Theatre St-Denis during the Festival International De Jazz De Montreal in July 1983, and this revelatory performance has been lovingly mixed and mastered for its first ever release, on vinyl for Record Store Day 2022. (A CD will be part of the next edition of the Miles Davis Bootleg Series, focusing on the 1981-1985 period, later in the year.)
What It Is includes tracks from that year’s release Star People, the Marcus Miller tune “Hopscotch” and the song “Jean-Pierre” that appeared on 1982’s We Want Miles. The recordings of “What It Is” and “That’s What Happened” were so well thought of by Miles that he utilized them for his 1984 release Decoy, but in heavily edited form and this release would include the first release of them in complete form. Packaged in beautiful gatefold packaging, the album features liner notes penned by the incomparable music journalist Greg Tate and represent some of his final writing.
1. Speak (That’s What Happened)
2. Star People
1. What It Is
2. It Gets Better
2. Star On Cicely
1. Code 3
2. Creepin’ In
12” picture disc celebrating two legendary appearances at the Donington Festival!. Featuring “Stand Up And Shout” from ’83, and the classic “Rock And Roll Children” from 87’s Dream Evil tour.
Side A “Stand Up And Shout” LIVE from Donington 1983
Side B “Rock And Roll Children” LIVE from Donington 1987
Originally released in 1963. Re-issued again in 1975 and not since this date, and never released on colored vinyl until now. Fats Domino was a true rock ‘n’ roll pioneer; declared "the real king of rock and roll" by Elvis.
Shiny Nashville-pop piano blues complete with countrypolitan vocals. The first Fats Domino album recorded away from the Imperial label in over 13 years. Re-issued on heavyweight violet virgin vinyl in violet individual hand-numbering. Features the top 40 hit ‘”Red Sails in the Sunset.”
A1 When I'm Walking (Let Me Walk)
A2 I've Got A Right To Cry
A3 There Goes (My Heart Again)
A4 Just A Lonely Man
A5 Red Sails In The Sunset
A6 Bye Baby, Bye Bye
B1 Forever, Forever
B2 I'm Livin' Right
B3 Can't Go On Without You
B4 Land Of 1000 Dances
B5 Song For Rosemary
B6 Tell Me The Truth, Baby
Fresh from his Alternative/Rock Award at the BRITs, Sam Fender releases a special Record Store Day 7" single of his tracks “Alright” and “The Kitchen (Live).” Pressed on white vinyl.
Side A: Alright
Side B: The Kitchen (Live from Newcastle)
Originally released in 2012, Plumb was a triumphant return from hiatus for Field Music and firmly cemented them as one of the UK's most creative and critically acclaimed bands.
Plumb was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize 2012, and received huge praise from the likes of MOJO, Q, UNCUT, The Guardian and more.
Now lovely reissued on clear plumb vinyl for Record Store Day 2022.
1. Start The Day Right 2. It's Okay To Change 3. Sorry Again, Mate 4. A New Town 5. Choosing Sides 6. A Prelude To Pilgrim Street7. Guillotine 8. Who'll Pay The Bills? 9. So Long Then 10. Is This The Picture? 11. From Hide And Seek To Heartache 12. How Many More Times? 13. Ce Soir 14. Just Like Everyone Else 15. (I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing
In The Country is Furay’s 9th solo album, standing apart from his collaborations with groundbreaking groups Buffalo Springfield and Poco.
1. Somebody Like You
2. I Hope You Dance
3.Take Me Home, Country Roads
4. She Don't Know She's Beautiful
5. Your Love Amazes Me
6. I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)
1. Lonesome Town
2. Walkin' In Memphis
3. I'm Already There
4. The River
5. In This Life
Recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, 23 & 24 March 2011 and originally released the following year, Live Blood is exactly what its name suggests – the live incarnation of Peter Gabriel’s New Blood project where he reworked a chunk of his back catalogue for a 46-piece orchestra.
“I was determined that it shouldn’t be just a sort of ‘Hits goes to the Orchestra’. So we did two things different: one was to try to choose songs that were more textural, more journey songs, more evocative, ambient pieces and less the obviously structured pop songs, and the second thing we did was, we threw away the rock band; most people when they do orchestral projects keep the rock band and add orchestra, but we took away guitar, we took away bass, we took away drum kit, and in a way that meant that we were more committed and had only to use the colours of the palette of the orchestra.”
The album has been Half-Speed Remastered and cut to lacquers at 33RPM, across 3x heavyweight LPs, pressed on blood red vinyl.
Vinyl cut by Matt Colton at Metropolis Mastering and overseen by Peter’s main sound engineer Richard Chappell. The album comes in a gatefold sleeve with full colour printed inner bags and a download card with a choice of digital download (Hi-Res 24bit or 16bit).
3 The Boy in the Bubble
4 Aprčs Moi
1 The Drop
2 Washing of the Water
3 The Book of Love
5 The Power of the Heart
2 San Jacinto
3 Digging in the Dirt
4 Signal to Noise
1 Downside Up
2 Mercy Street
3 The Rhythm of the Heat
1 Blood of Eden
2 Red Rain
3 Solsbury Hill
1 In Your Eyes
2 Don’t Give Up
3 The Nest that Sailed the Sky
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and ZZ Top frontman, Billy F Gibbons, wants to take you on a desert trip. Hardware is Billy’s 3rd solo release. He compiled a group of A-listers, including Matt Sorum on drums, and Austin Hanks on guitar, and headed to Pioneertown in the California desert to record the album. Hardware features the guitar prowess and vocals that have made Billy a legend. Limited Edition CD packaged in a collectible 3-D tin case w/ expanded booklet.
1. My Lucky Card
2. She’s On Fire
4. Shuffle, Step & Slide
5. Vagabond Man
6. Spanish Fly
7. West Coast Junkie
8. Stackin’ Bones
9. I Was A Highway
11. Hey Baby, Que Paso
12. Desert High
A new limited edition re-mastered 3LP set exclusive to Record Store Day 2022 of Steve Hackett’s legendary “Tokyo Tapes” featuring John Wetton (King Crimson), Chester Thompson (Genesis, Frank Zappa), Ian McDonald (King Crimson) & Julian Colbeck
• Recorded live in Tokyo in 1996
• With three additional studio tracks
• Cut at Abbey Road Studios
• On white vinyl with printed inner bags
What would happen if occasional members of Genesis, King Crimson, Asia, Yes, Frank Zappa & Weather Report all got together to form a unique team for just one night?" - Such an event did take place in December 1996 in Tokyo, Japan when Steve Hackett gathered together a group featuring JOHN WETTON (Bass / Vocals), IAN McDONALD (Flute / Sax / Guitar / Keyboards / Vocals), CHESTER THOMPSON (Drums) and JULIAN COLBECK (Keyboards / Vocals) to perform a wonderful set that featured classic Genesis, King Crimson and Hackett solo tracks such as "Watcher of the Skies", "Firth of Fifth", "The Court of the Crimson King", Shadow of the Hierophant", "Los Endos" and many more. Esoteric Antenna are pleased to announce the first ever triple LP vinyl release of "THE TOKYO TAPES" exclusively for Record Store Day 2022. It includes a studio track not featured on the first release of the album, a version of Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower" by STEVE HACKETT & JOHN WETTON, along with two studio tracks featured on the original 1997 CD release. This Record Store Day limited edition of "Tokyo Tapes" is the ultimate version of this classic live album.
1. Watcher of the Skies
2. Riding the Colossus
3. Firth of Fifth
1. Battle Lines
2. Camino Royale
3. The Court of the Crimson King
2. Walking Away from Rainbows
3. Heat of the Moment
4. In That Quiet Earth
5. Vampyre With a Healthy Appetite
1. I Talk to the Wind
2. Shadow of the Hierophant
3. Los Endos
1. Black Light
2. The Steppes
3. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
1. Firewall (studio recording)
2. The Dealer (studio recording)
3. All Along the Watchtower (studio recording)
Bobby Hamilton founded the band Anubis in Syracuse, NY and they put out their awesome “Ecology” single on Charles Bazen’s Salt City imprint. It’s a highlight on the 2012 Soul-Cal anthology Now-Again,something akin to Terry Callier and Gil Scott Heron’s most soulful works.
Shortly after issuing that single, Bobby put together the Bobby Hamilton Quintet Unlimited and recorded and issued Dream Queen in 1972. The last clean copy Bobby Hamilton had, he sold to the musician Jamie XX in 2021 for a princely sum.
Few originals will ever surface again – its original run of 500 units having disappeared into the ether decades ago. This is your chance to hear a masterwork of deep, spiritual jazz lacquered directly from its original master tape in an all analog transfer by the legendary Bernie Grundman. Dream Queen’s story is told for the first time in extensive liner notes by Torii McAdams. Dig deeper and expand.
1. Pearl (Among The Swine) 5:51
2. Priscilla 3:27
3. In The Mouth Of The Beast 10:08
1. Roll Your Own 5:57
2. Dream Queen 11:03
In the summer of 1970, Linda Hoover, then 19, entered Manhattan’s Advantage Sound Studio to cut her first album with Gary Katz, Walter Becker and Donald Fagen leading a team that also included guitarists (and future Steely Dan members) Denny Dias & Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, and Eric Weissberg, saxophonist Jerome Richardson, plus members of the Dick Cavett Orchestra.
I Mean To Shine includes three original compositions by Linda alongside The Band’s “In A Station” (from Music From Big Pink) and Stephen Stills’ “4+20” (which appeared on CSN&Y’s Déjŕ Vu). Almost half of the album was penned by the pre-Steely Dan songwriting duo of Becker and Fagen, including what would become the album’s title track. After creating a wonderful record, album cover photos were taken and then it all fell apart.
The release was shelved over a business disagreement and if that wasn’t heartbreaking enough, Hoover learned that Barbra Streisand also recorded “I Mean To Shine” (which would appear on her album Barbra Joan Streisand). Streisand’s album hit #11 and went gold. For the production team of Katz, Becker, and Fagen one success built on another and they were hired to staff positions at ABC-Dunhill Records in Los Angeles.
Hoover continued to pursue musical opportunities in New York, but with her creative team gone and no record release to show for their collective efforts, she wound up returning to her parents’ house in Florida. However, she did take a tape copy of her album home with her.
Now, with the blessing from Hoover and original producer Katz, the previously unissued album, I Mean To Shine finally sees the light of day and even features the proposed 1970 cover shot by Joel Brodsky (whose work at that time had already graced the covers of releases from The Doors, Van Morrison, The Stooges, and more). The album has been produced for release by Linda, Jay Willingham, and Grammy®-winner Cheryl Pawelski with audio restoration and mastering by Grammy®-winning engineer Michael Graves. Scott Schinder’s liner notes are informed by new interviews with Hoover and Katz.
1) I Mean To Shine
3) Roaring Of The Lamb
4) Roll Back
1) In A Station
2) Mama Tears
3) City Mug
4) 4 + 20
5) The Dove
2 x LP: $43.98 Buy
First-ever release of cult Freddie Hubbard live performance recorded in 1973 at Maison De La Radio (ORTF) in Paris. Released in collaboration with Duane Hubbard and French Institut National De L'audiovisuel (INA), the double-LP set has been remastered for vinyl from the original tapes and comes in a gatefold sleeve including liner notes by Kevin Le Gendre. A mesmerizing live performance by Freddie Hubbard and his quintet recorded in Paris at Maison de la Radio (ORTF) on March 25, 1973. Featuring Hubbard with George Cables on Fender Rhodes, Junior Cook on sax/flute, Kent Brinkley on bass, and Michael Carvin on drums, the group interprets four Hubbard classics in deep, spiritual mode. The tapes of the concert were transferred at INA's studios and remastered for vinyl by Colorsound Studio. 1973 was a special year for Freddie Hubbard. He had been one of jazz's brightest young stars for more than a decade and had also recorded as a sideman for such luminaries as John Coltrane, Art Blakey, and Ornette Coleman. After a spell at Blue Note and Atlantic Records, Hubbard signed to CTI records in 1970. Launched by Creed Taylor, CTI was the up-and-coming jazz label at the time, aiming at the pop market with their trademark blend of fusion jazz and highly stylized album covers. There, Hubbard recorded five highly successful studio albums further cementing is reputation as a jazz superstar. In early 1973, after years of working with the cream of the CTI stable of musicians for his albums and concerts (including Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, George Benson, Herbie Hancock), Hubbard decided to put together a new quintet consisting of Junior Cook on sax, Kent Brinkley on bass, plus two young Turks from the thriving post-bop jazz scene: pianist George Cables -- who'd cut his teeth with Woody Shawand Joe Henderson -- and drummer Michael Carvin who'd played with Doug Carn and Henry Franklin on their Black Jazz albums (the following year, Carvin would appear on Pharoah Sanders's Impulse album Elevation and on Cecil McBee's Mutima on Strata East). The quintet, save Carvin, would record Hubbard's Keep Your Soul Together for CTI later that year (his last album for the label) but for the time being, the quintet was busy touring and they all left for Europe to hone their skills as a tight unit. The music they created during that tour, as showcased on this live performance recorded in Paris, is nothing but extraordinary and unlike anything Hubbard had recorded for CTI. The musicians are heard here playing four recent Hubbard classics: "Sky Dive", "The Intrepid Fox", "Povo" and "First Light" in a very different style: the music here is deep and organic, retaining the quintessence of the four beautiful melodies and stretching them in long, spiritual work outs. The concert which was filmed by French TV in beautiful black-and-white by Marc Pavaux and legendary DoP Willy Kurant is a vivid testimony of the musicians' togetherness, caught in full flight on this performance and taking the music to higher grounds. Gatefold sleeve; OBI designed by Raimund Wong with liner notes by Kevin Le Gendre.
A1 Sky Dive
B1 The Intrepid Fox
D1 First Light
Finally the recorded studio work of Bill Ylitalo as Otto Kentrol and Faceless has been assembled! Featuring hard to find post punk & no wave cuts from his EPs over the years and even delves into his four track demos. Across the post punk treasures you'll be gifted the work of luminaries such as Arto Lindsay, ECM's Steve Tibbetts, and more. Sax, strange electronic instruments, recitative vocals and sporadic bass, guitar and drums are spread over two LPs with liner notes by WFMU's Erick Bradshaw, host of Spin Age Blasters.
1. No Mistakes
2. What About My Engine Rebuild
3. At The Water
4. Learn Greek In Greece
5. Public Eye
6. My Generation
7. Ghost Boy
9. Lady In Cement
11. Who Are The Flowers From
13. Fly Line
15. Amgonna Kaar
16. Our Secret
17. The Man With The Flashlight
19. Looking Back
20. Scrap Heap
21. Ghost Boy (Instrumental)
23. County K
24. Fun To Be Fake
25. Kids In Kanvas
26. A Light In A Line
28. Sing Along
29. Wong Family
This EP sees “Baggy Trousers” get its first outing as a 12”, with five additional tracks. Cover art is the iconic Humphrey Ocean cover illustration that graced the original 7” single in 1980.
1. Baggy Trousers (2009 – Remaster)
2. Le Grand Pantalon (Baggy Trousers)
3. Disappear (Remastered)
1. The Business
2. That’s The Way To Do It
3. On The Beat Pete (Remastered)
A long-overlooked gem from the Fantasy Records vaults, the 1972 album Sister Woman finds Esther Marrow incorporating socially-conscious lyricism with a blend of jazz, gospel, and R&B influences, backed by an all-star line-up of musicians including drummer Bernard Purdie, guitarist Cornell Dupree, and bassist Chuck Rainey. Back on vinyl for the first time since its original release, this reissue features all-analog mastering from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and is pressed on 180-gram black vinyl at RTI. Housed in a tip-on jacket.
1. Woman In the Window
3. Trade Winds
4. Turn On To Jesus
1. Rainy Night In Georgia
2. Things Ain't Right
3. Ask Me To Dance
4. And When I Die
Linda Martell was the first African-American woman to make the country charts and to appear at the Grand Ole Opry, and helped lay the groundwork for future artists of color in the genre. Despite multiple TV appearances, a dozen appearances at the Opry, and some big hits - including "Color Him Father", "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" and "Bad Case of the Blues" - her 1970 debut album, Color Me Country, would also be her last. Now the album is being remastered for its first vinyl pressing in over half a century. Org Music’s reissue was mastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on color vinyl at Furnace Record Pressing, exclusively for Record Store Day 2022.
1 Bad Case Of The Blues
2 San Francisco Is A Lonely Town
3 The Wedding Cake
4 Tender Leaves Of Love
5 I Almost Called Your Name
6 Color Him Father
7 There Never Was A Time
8 You're Crying Boy, Crying
9 Old Letter Song
10 Then I'll Be Over You
11 Before The Next Teardrop Falls
Seven tracks from the latest self-titled My Morning Jacket album recorded solo at the famed RCA Studios in Nashville by Jim James.
1. Complex 2. Never In The Real World 3. Lucky To Be Alive 4.In Color 5. Regularly Scheduled Programming 6. Love Love Love 7. Out of Range
Originally released in 1998, Live On Two Legs documents that year’s US summer tour in support of the Yield album. Sixteen tracks on crystal clear vinyl, in double LP gatefold packaging.
2. Given To Fly
3. Hail, Hail
1. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
5. Red Mosquito
1. Even Flow
2. Off He Goes
4. Do The Evolution
1. Better Man
3. Fuckin’ Up
The Gold Experience was the first full-length Prince album to be credited to his unpronounceable symbol, and was released at the most public, heated stage of his battle with the major label industrial complex. With the word “SLAVE” written on one cheek, Prince shined on the opulent ballads “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World” and “Gold” and the defiant single “Eye Hate U,” and the album earned widespread critical acclaim.
The Record Store Day 2022 re-release of The Gold Experience is an homage to the rare US-only promo version of the album released in 1995. The two-LP set is pressed onto translucent gold vinyl with a bonus suite of “Eye Hate U” remixes on Side D.
1. P Control
2. NPG Operator #1
5. We March
1. NPG Operator #2
2. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
4. NPG Operator #3
6. NPG Operator #4
1. NPG Operator #5
3. Billy Jack Bitch
4. Eye Hate U
5. NPG Operator #6
1. Eye Hate U (Extended Remix)
2. Eye Hate U (Album Remix)
3. Eye Hate U (Quiet Night Mix)
4. Eye Hate U (Single Version With Guitar Solo)
5. Eye Hate U (Single Version Without Guitar Solo)
2 x LP: $49.98 Buy
THE PRE-RESIDENTS YEARS, AS EXHUMED FROM THE BAND’S EXTENSIVE MASTER TAPE ARCHIVE.
DOUBLE LP SET FEATURING TWO LIVE SHOWS RECORDED IN 1971 AND 1972 PLUS THE COMPLETE ‘1-10 (WITH A TOUCH OF 11)’ ALBUM, RECORDED IN 1972 AND PREVIOUSLY ONLY RELEASED IN SHORT EXCERPTS.
PRODUCED BY THE RESIDENTS AND THE CRYPTIC CORPORATION.
As they became The Residents, San Francisco’s most treasured sons (and, for all we know, daughters) produced a number of experimental tapes, and even ventured beyond their studio to perform on stage.
This set captures both those live shows and a previously-unheard-in-its-entirety studio recording, ‘1-10 (With A Touch Of 11)’. Raw and unsophisticated, and deeply experimental with regards the studio material, all three recordings shine a light onto the group’s early, intrauterine period, capturing them performing together, and represents an invaluable part of their formative story.
Part of the band’s ongoing pREServed series, providing an accompaniment to a collection of vinyl reissues of their better known 1970s recordings, ‘Warning: Uninc’ bears little relation to the rest of recorded music history, a pattern The Residents have continued over the 50 years since these recordings were made.
THE BOARDING HOUSE SHOW (LIVE 1972)
CHRIS’ PARTY (LIVE 1972)
1-10 (WITH A TOUCH OF 11) – SIDE A
1-10 (WITH A TOUCH OF 11) – SIDE B
Specially created RSD exclusive double cassette release featuring Keith Richard's debut solo album, Talk Is Cheap and the live release from the Talk Is Cheap tour, Live At The Palladium
Talk Is Cheap
1. Big Enough
2. Take It So Hard
4. I Could Have Stood You Up
5. Make No Mistake
6. You Don't Move Me
1. How I Wish
3. Whip It Up
4. Locked Away
5. It Means A Lot
Live At The Hollywood Palladium
1. Take It So Hard
2. How I Wish
3. I Could Have Stood You Up
4. Too Rude
5. Make No Mistake
6. Time Is On My Side
1. Big Enough
2. Whip It Up
3. Locked Away
A blue vinyl EP, including rarities like the film soundtrack version of “East Is East”, an extended mix of “Moving”, and a previously unreleased live version of “Absolute Radio”.
SIDE A 1. Moving (East Is East Movie Mix, 1999) 2. Believer 3. Faraway (Acoustic) SIDE B 1. Lucky (No Fear) 2. You Too Can Play Alright 3. Moving (Absolute Radio Live Session, January 24, 2020)
During this famous concert, which features the iconic 1975 line-up of Edgar Froese, Chris Franke and Peter Baumann, Tangerine Dream performs for the first time the "Ricochet" album. This deluxe double LP package includes an OBI strip, double album jacket, printed inner sleeves a two special zootrope picture-discs.
Opera Reims Part. 1 | Opera Reims Part. 2 | Opera Reims Part. 3
Recorded at the Dierks Studio in Stommeln, the album featured a line up of Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, and Steve Schroyder with guests Udo Dennebourg (flute) and Roland Pualyck (synthesizer). First released in Germany on the Ohr label, the influence of the album was immense, with the band creating imaginative soundscapes previously unheard on record.
This Esoteric Reactive edition for Record Store Day 2022 includes inner bags with an essay and rare photographs and has been re-mastered from recently discovered master tapes and was cut at Abbey Road Studios. It is a replica of the original 1971 Ohr Records gatefold LP release and also includes a bonus 12-inch 45 rpm EP featuring “Ozillator Planet Concert” which has never been officially re-released on vinyl since it first appeared as part of the 1971 double album “Ossiach Live”. Also included on this EP are both sides of the classic “Ultima Thule” single issued in Germany in 1971.
1A-SUNRISE IN THE THIRD SYSTEM 1B - FLY AND COLLISION OF COMA SOLA 2A - ALPHA CENTAURI 3A-OSZILLATOR PLANET CONCERT 3B-ULTIMA THULE PART ONE 3C =ULTIMA THULE PART TWO
A breakout indie film success in 1996, Big Night has received new attention due to its star and director, Stanley Tucci’s new Italian food-based program on CNN – Searching for Italy. The soundtrack was also a hit with viewers with its large serving of 1950’s classics from Rosemary Clooney, Keeley Smith and Louie Prima, whose persona plays a major character in the film. Available for the first time on vinyl. Crystal Clear LP.
1. Claudio Villa - Stornelli Amorisi - 08:00
2. Matteo Salvatore - Il Pescivendolo - 01:14
3. Claudio Villa - La Strada Del Bosco - 02:33
4. Gary DeMichele - Art Of Art - 02:26
5. Louis Prima - Oh Marie - 02:27
6. Rosemary Clooney - Mambo Italiano - 02:31
7. Louis Prima And Keely Smith With Sam Butera - Love Of My Life (O Sole Mio) - 03:45
8. Gary DeMichele - Dinner - 00:58
9. Claudio Villa - Tic Ti, Tic Ta - 02:42
10. Louis Prima And The Witnesses - Five Months, Two Weeks, Two Days - 02:09
11. Keely Smith - Don't Take Your Love From Me - 03:05
12. Louis Prima - Buona Sera - 02:58
13. Gary DeMichele - Angular Dissent - 02:06
14. Matteo Salvatore - Mo Ve'la Bella Mia Da La Muntagna - 02:50
15. Gary DeMichele - Pascal's Waltz - 01:21
16. Gary DeMichele - Big Night Theme - 00:48
A 20-track collection compiling some of the most sought-after soul and R&B recordings from Philadelphia's Cameo, Parkway and Fairmount labels. Features label mainstays like Chubby Checker, The Orlons, Bunny Sigler, Evie Sands & more, as well as seminal recordings from Jerry Jackson and Frankie Beverly. Featuring hits from some of the great production teams of the 1960s and an essay by soul/R&B historian, Ady Croasdell. 2LP pressed on 180g Blue Vinyl. Mastered from original archived sources.
1 You Got The Power
2 Because of My Heart
3 (Whoa, Whoa) I Love Him So
4 Girl Don't Make Me Wait
5 It's Rought Out There
6 Envy (In My Eyes)
7 Picture Me Gone
8 Country Girl
9 Night Owl
10 Village Of Tears
11 You Just Don't Know (What You Do To Me)
12 The 81
13 Shake And Shingaling (Part 1)
14 S.O.S. (Heart In Distress)
15 Eddie's My Name
16 Pass Me By
17 The Grass (Will Sing For You)
18 (Your Love Was Just A) False Alarm
19 Who Do You Think You Are
20 You Didn't Say A Word
A 22-track collection containing some of the biggest dance craze hits from the Cameo Parkway label. Includes tracks by Cameo Parkway's biggest stars: Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, Dee Dee Sharp, The Orlons, The Dovells, Don Covay and The Turbans. Features 12 Top 40 Hits including #1 chart-toppers like Chubby Checker's iconic original version of "The Twist". 2LP pressed on 180g Yellow Vinyl. With an essay by acclaimed Rock & Roll/R&B historian John Broven. Mastered from original archive tapes.
1 The Twist
2 The Wah-Watusi
3 Bristol Stomp
4 Mashed Potato Time
5 You Can't Sit Down
6 The Third House (In From The Right)
7 Do The Bird
8 Slow Twistin'
9 Shimmy Shimmy
10 The 81
11 (Everybody Do) The Swim, Pt 1
12 The Popeye Waddle
13 Do The New Continental
14 Baby, Do The Froog
16 The Hucklebuck
17 The Mash
18 Mexican Hat Rock
19 The Cha-Cha-Cha
20 When You Dance
21 Everybody South Street
22 Twistin' U.S.A.
A vintage crop of ten Herbalist anthems that put the green in Greensleeves, together for an exclusive RSD vinyl edition of the previous CD-only Hi Grade Ganja Anthems, pressed on herb green vinyl, of course.
Hi Grade Ganja Anthems. Solomon Grave-approved! Blaze It Up!