Record Store Day 2022
Available for the first time anywhere, Live in Paris features two concert recordings made by Chet Baker at Esplanade De La Defence on July 17, 1983, and at Le Petit Opportun on February 7, 1984. Captured in glorious stereo by Radio France. Featuring bassists Riccardo Del Fra and Dominique Lemerle, and legendary pianist Michel Graillier. Includes liner notes by GRAMMY-winning writer/author Ashley Kahn, interviews with Riccardo Del Fra and Dominique Lemerle, an essay by French journalist Franck Bergerot, and recollections by former Chet Baker sideman Richie Beirach. With never-before-seen photos from French photographer Christian Rose and Franck Bergerot. Transferred from the original Radio France tape reels by INA. Mastered for vinyl by legendary sound engineer Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
1) THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU 14:42
2) EASY LIVING 14:28
1) BUT NOT FOR ME [vocals by Chet Baker] 15:42
2) STELLA BY STARLIGHT [Final words by Chet Baker] 8:43
1) FUNK IN DEEP FREEZE 12:19
2) JUST FRIENDS [vocals by Chet Baker] 12:55
1) ARBOR WAY 18:55
1) STROLLIN’ 14:24
2) MARGERINE 9:54
SIDE F: 25:26
1) LAMENT 15:19
2) WALKIN’ [final words by MC Claude Carrière] 10:07
First time on vinyl in the US. 180g 2LP splatter w/download card. Not included in the recent Black Label Society box set.
13 Years of Grief
Stronger Than Death
All For You
Phoney Smile Fake Hellos
Lost My Better Half
Bored To Tears
Born To Booze
World Of Trouble
No More Tears
Heart of Gold
Like A Bird
Blood In The Wall
The Beginning… At Last
Collector’s Edition Box Set includes six 7” singles with deluxe artwork and two bonus tracks.
1. Black Moon Rising
1. Know You Better
1. OCT 33
2. Stay Gold
1. Old Man
1. Touch The Sky
2. Sweet Conversations
1. Black Moon Rising [BadBadNotGood Remix]
2. Colors [Pete Rock Remix]
Vinyl: $22.98 Buy
Almost thirty years after it was recorded, a great long lost record album is seeing the light of day. The Bleeding Hearts’ Riches to Rags is a remarkably solid collection of rock ’n’ roll songs featuring the guitar work of Bob Stinson, lead guitarist and founding member of the Replacements. This Record Store Day 2022 release is pressed on red vinyl with liner notes from Grammy award-winning journalist Bob Mehr, who wrote the definitive Replacements biography Trouble Boys. He describes Riches to Rags as “the final piece to the puzzle of Bob Stinson’s musical career."
Riches To Rags
Gotta Find A Way
What Do You Want?
Know It All
Right As Rain
Something Never Comes
7” featuring two bonus tracks from original recording sessions for the Blue Stingrays “Surf-N-Burn” album. Upon its original release, the members of Blue Stingrays were touted as iconic yet anonymous surf rock pioneers. Now, after decades of whispers and speculation, the identities of these mysterious musicians have been officially confirmed as guitarist Mike Campbell (Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers/Fleetwood Mac/The Dirty Knobs), bassist Ron Blair (Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers) and drummer Randall Marsh (Mudcrutch).
First time for these two songs to be released on a physical format; first time on vinyl.
Side A: Grits & Eggs / Side B: Dawn Patrol
For Record Store Day 2022, Blur will release a special, double heavyweight coloured vinyl edition of their 1998, Japan-only remix compilation Bustin’ + Dronin’ featuring mixes of tracks from their 1997 eponymously titled, number one album. Originally only available as a 2-CD set including a Radio 1 John Peel session, only a handful of copies made their way over to the UK on import. Bustin’ + Dronin’ has never been available on vinyl before now, and this release features the nine remixes (note: no Peel Session) by William Orbit (tracks 1, 6, 7 & 9), Adrian Sherwood (2 & 8), Moby (4), Thurston Moore (5) and John McEntire (7). Released on two x heavyweight coloured vinyl LPs - 1 x transparent blue, 1 x transparent green, the sleeve comes with an adapted version of the original Japanese OBI strip and replica insert.
The Brilliant Adventure EP contains four unheard songs from the Outside era, and two tracks performed by Bowie and pianist Mike Garson at a fundraiser for the New York Public Theater at the Shakespeare Festival in New York on 18th September, 1995.
West coast legend C-Bo has long been praised as one of the true icons of Gangsta Rap. His album Orca (Deluxe) perfectly shows off his iconic status, and has long remained a fan favorite. With features from other legends like MC Eight, Paul Wall, E-40 and more, we truly expect fans to be rabidly excited about this first vinyl press.
1. Undergods Roll(feat. The Undergods)
2. Air Strike (Pop Killer) (feat. Canibus, DZK & D12
3. I Hustle
4. Bullets(feat. LM, Dubb20, Liq)
5. For Nothin (feat. King T & Slim Tha Mobsta)
6. Lyfe Is A Gamble (feat. Yukmouth & Tha Realest)
7. Addictive (feat. Slick Pull, Dead Mike & Brotha Lych Hung)
8. B**** I'm Ballin (feat. Paul Wall)
9. Murder One (feat. MC Eiht & BG Knockout)
10. Gattin TO The Money (feat. B-Legit)
11. Waiting On Me
12. New Beginning (feat. Ryder J Klyde, T-Nutty & Marvelous)
13. Killas Like Me (feat. Kokane, Lil Cyco & Killa Tay)
14. No Warning (feat. Young Buck & Omar "Big O" Gooding
15. Can't Grind Forever
16. F***** Wit It (feat. E-40)
17. Dramatic (feat. Marvelous & Killa Tay)
18. Everyday (feat. T-Nutty)
19. Let Me Sing My Song
Childish Gambino’s 2014 EP, Kauai, is a paradise-found exploration of nostalgia and the complex anxieties of romance, decadence and passion. From the pure pop brilliance of “Sober” to the cool closer “Late Night in Kauai”, Kauai is an essential postcard from the world of Childish Gambino. Available for the first time ever on vinyl, this limited edition Record Store Day release has been pressed on three surprise color vinyl variants randomly distributed through the global pressing.
Sober|Pop Thieves (Make It Feel Good)|Retro (Rough)|The Palisades|Poke|Late Night In Kauai|V. 3005 (Beach Picnic Version)
The first US vinyl release since 2011 of the original eleven-song album. On Brutal Brown double 180g vinyl, pressed at 45 RPM, with a download card included.
Brutal Planet,Wicked Young Man,Sanctuary,Blow Me A Kiss,Eat Some More,Pick Up The Bones,Pessi-Mystic,Gimme,It's The Little Things,Take It Like A Woman,Cold Machines
This album was recorded live on June 18, 1971, during the Jazz Festival at Montreux. This is one of the best jazz fusion live albums... With Larry Coryell (guitar), Chuck Rainey (bass) and the famous Pretty Purdie (drums).
A MUST HAVE ALBUM... on marbled pink and white vinyl LP.
Souls Dirge | Eskdalemuir | Stones | Further Explorations for Albert Stinson
Gold Dust: Live At The Royalty, featuring highlights from Sandy Denny’s final concert, is making its debut on vinyl. Recorded just months before her untimely death in 1978, this special release attempts to present the record that Sandy might have released had she lived. The concert features a career-spanning set that includes songs taken from her band Fotheringay, Sandy’s solo albums (The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, Sandy, and Rendezvous), as well as her work with Fairport Convention on the albums Unhalfbricking and Rising for the Moon. This final performance perfectly captures the folk-rock sound with a stellar group of musicians including Trevor Lucas, Jerry Donahue, Pat Donaldson, Dave Mattacks, among others. It showcases the quality of Sandy’s songwriting throughout her career and includes her signature composition, “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?” – which was the first song she ever wrote – and “No More Sad Refrains” which closed her final album. Remastered from the restored tapes, this release features Sandy’s spoken introductions to each song, comprehensive sleeve notes, and brand-new artwork designed specifically for this release.
1. I Wish I Was A Fool For You (For Shame For Doing Wrong) - Live
2. Gold Dust - Live
3. The North Star Grassman - Live
4. Nothing More - Live
5. Tomorrow Is A Long Time – Live
6. The Lady - Live
7. Stranger To Himself - Live
8. It'll Take A Long Time - LIve
9. John The Gun - Live
10. Who Knows Where The Time Goes - Live
11. No More Sad Refrains - Live
Formed in 1976, Detective featured vocalist Michael Des Barres, guitarist Michael Monarch (Steppenwolf), bassist Bobby Pickett, ex-Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye, and drummer Jon Hyde. The band signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label and released their self-titled debut album a year later. The album is being remastered from original analog tapes for its first vinyl pressing since 1977. Limited to 3,000 units worldwide and pressed on color vinyl, the record will be available exclusively for Record Store Day 2022. The reissue includes new packaging with an updated back cover, new liner notes and an insert.
Got Enough Love 3:59
Grim Reaper 4:10
Detective Man 3:25
Ain't None Of Your Business 4:29
Deep Down 3:06
Wild Hot Summer Nights 4:17
One More Heartache 5:22
Mikey Dread was a Jamaican singer who played an important role in the popularization of the reggae during the 1970s. He began recording in the early ‘70s and worked together with a lot of different artists from the Reggae scene. This 10” features tracks by Edi Fitzroy and DATC Dubcrew, all produced by Mikey Dread himself.
It is available as an exclusive Record Store Day limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies worldwide, on solid red, solid green, and solid gold colored vinyl. 500 records are available of each color and will be distributed randomly.
1. The Gun – Edi Fitzroy
2. Invasion - DATC Dubcrew
1. Jah Jah Style – Edi Fitzroy
2. Oiley Stylee – Edi Fitzroy
“Whitey Ford Sings the Blues” is the first album from Everlast, following his departure from House Of Pain and was released in 1998. The record was both a commercial and critical success, selling more than 3 million copies worldwide and certified double platinum. The track “What It’s Like” earned Everlast a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
A1. The White Boy Is Back
A2. Money (Dollar Bill)
A4. What It's Like
B1. Get Down
B2. Sen Dog
B4. Hot To Death
C1. Prince Paul
C2. Praise The Lord
C3. Today (Watch Me Shine)
C5. Death Comes Callin'
D1. Funky Beat
D2. The Letter
D3. 7 Years
D4. Next Man
Epsilon in Malaysian Pale... which could be described as part of the "Phaedra Rubycon Epsilon" trilogy, shows Froese's impressions after the Australian Tangerine Dream concert tour, in relation to the flora and fauna there. Froese creates here a lush sonic atmosphere, the music matches the cover artwork perfectly. The music is harmonic and melodic. A sun-drenched musical landscape that is in no way inferior to the most famous Tangerine Dream albums.
It was not without reason that both David Bowie and Björk named Epsilon in Malaysian Pale as one of their inspirations.
Epsilon In Malaysian Pale | Maroubra Bay
Live In San Diego ’74 is an unreleased live radio concert recovered from the depths of the Rory Gallagher archives. This recording features Rory and his band playing a 7 song set at the San Diego Sports Arena on February 8, 1974. This period is regarded as one of his peak live eras, most notably on his album Irish Tour ’74, which is his biggest-selling record. This follows the RSD 2021 release of Cleveland Calling, Pt. 2, which came in at #2 on Billboard’s Blues chart.
1. Messin' With The Kid - Live
2. Cradle Rock - Live
1. I Wonder Who - Live
2. Hands Off - Live
1. A Million Miles Away - Live
2. Bullfrog Blues - Live
1. In Your Town - Live
Dana Gillespie’s debut album, Foolish Seasons, is one of the great lost albums of 1960’s British pop. This very rare and sought-after 1968 album from the legendary British singer/songwriter was only released in the U.S. and over the years its reputation among collectors has only grown. Although it never came out in England, Decca Records kept the masters to the intended U.K. pressing which is now being released on vinyl. It contains two previously unreleased, self-penned tracks – the blue-eyed soul bop “Goin’ Round in Circles” and the orchestral “Come to My Arms” which could almost have been a Bond theme.
1. You Just Gotta Know My Mind
2. Tears In My Eyes
3. Life Is Short
4. Souvenirs Of Stefan
5. Can't You See I'm Dreaming
6. Goin' Round In Circles
7. No, No, No, No, No
8. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
9. London Social Degree
11. Foolish Reasons
12. Where Will You Be
13. Come To My Arms
14. Hard Lovin' Loser
Prog-Rock group Gong feature performances drawn from the '70s, which is seen as a key time in the development of the band that, 40 years on, still commands respect and interest. And have a large and dedicated fan base. The first 30 minutes features the classic You album line-up, including Daevid Allen, Steve Hillage, Pierre Moerlen and Didier Malherbe. The remaining five tracks come from various sources and are all previously unreleased tracks. A must for any serious Gong fan. This deluxe double LP package will include a double album jacket, printed inner sleeves, one sticker and two marble vinyl discs (one purple/pink and another blue/yellow.)
Eat That Phonebook | End Of The Day | A PHP's Advice | OM Riff | Flowers Gone | I've been Stoned Before | Long Shanks | O Mother | Holy Mystery | Tropical Fish (Studio Rehearsal) | Selene | Never Glid Before (Home Rehearsal) | Oily Way (Home Rehearsal) | Blues For Finlay | Benamou's Announcement | 'I Don't Know' Encore