RSD Black Friday 2018
50th anniversary reissue of the psychedelic rock rarity featuring a pre-Allman Brothers Band Butch Trucks. This Record Store Day Black Friday exclusive is cut from the original stereo tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, pressed on 180g vinyl at MRP, and housed in a Stoughton old style tip-on jacket.
Sandcastles/Porcelain Mirrors/Broken Day/Wrong/The Greener Isle/Cod'ine/A Different Kind of Head/Pedestals/Free/A Nickel's Worth of Benny's Help/Pick a Gripe/Cries of Treason
The Ad Libs, a pheonominal-yet-underappreciated American vocal group hailing from Hudson County, NJ, had their first and only smash hit within their first year as a group, with 'The Boy From New York City.' Though several other singles from the doo-wop group landed on the Billboard R&B chart's, The Ad Libs never released a full album. Presenting The Ad Libs is the group's debut album that never happened. A collection of singles, b-sides, and unused studio cuts come together to show the 1960's soul singers in a whole new light. The tracks were remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering. The limited edition pressing comes on purple color vinyl.
A1 Bottom of My Soul A2 Appreciation A3 Oo Wee Oo Gee A4 Giving Up A5 He Ain't No Angel A6 If She Wants Him
B1 Boy From New York City B2 Kicked Around B3 Johnny My Boy B4 Ask Anybody B5 Nothings Worse Than Being Alone B6 I'm Just A Down Home Girl B7 The Slime
Swingin' in Seattle: Live at the Penthouse (1966-1967) is a collection of previously-unissued recordings by the Cannonball Adderley Sextet captured live at the height of his powers over 4 nights at the famous Penthouse jazz club in Seattle, WA between 1966 and 1967. Just one week later, Adderley would record his classic Mercy, Mercy, Mercy: Live at "The Club" album at the Capitol Records studio in Hollywood, CA. This limited-edition deluxe 2LP set features Cannonball Adderley on alto saxophone, Nat Adderley on coronet, Joe Zawinul on piano and keyboards, Victor Gaskin on bass and Roy McCurdy on drums. The extensive booklet includes rare and previously unissued photographs; essay by music journalist Bill Kopp; interviews with drummer Roy McCurdy and Cannonball's widow Olga Adderley Chandler; plus Seattle saxophonist/writer Stephen Griggs interviewing original recording engineer/radio DJ Jim Wilke; and much more! Mastered by the legendary Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering Studios in Hollywood, CA and pressed at Microforum Vinyl Record Pressing in Toronto, Ontario. Swingin' in Seattle, along with Etta Jones A Soulful Sunday: Live at the Left Bank, are the first two releases from the newly-formed Reel to Real Records launched by saxophonist Cory Weeds and producer Zev Feldman focused on important archival jazz releases.
Side A Jim Wilke Intro (0:19) Big P (9:22) Intro to "The Girl Next Door" (0:16) The Girl Next Door (11:12)
Side B Intro to "The Sticks" (0:45) Sticks (4:40) Intro to "Morning of the Carnival" (0:12) Morning Of The Carinval (10:55) Intro to "Somewhere" (0:43)
Side C Intro to "74 Miles Away" (0:18) 74 Miles Away (10:36) Outro of "74 Miles Away" (0:30) Back Home Blues (6:55)
Side D Hippodelphia (10:45) Outro of "Hippodelphia" (0:32) Set Closing Outro (1:07)
Full instore performance from the legendary night October 6, 2015. Includes a double sided 24”x36” poster, a 11”x11” 16 page booklet/program, 6 trading cards, each b-side of LP will feature a different member at random, there will be 10 different color variants at random in mofi sleeves and each silver foil board gatefold jacket will be stamped and numbered.
1. Caught In A Dream 2. Be My Lover 3. I'm Eighteen 4. Is It My Body 5. No More Mr Nice Guy 6. Under My Wheels 7. School's Out 8. Elected
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For Record Store Day Black Friday, a collection of some of the demos, home recordings and previously unissued songs from the first three America albums. Some of the band's earliest recordings, available on vinyl for the first time, and featuring liner notes by founding member Dewey Bunnell.
1) Riverside 2) Here 3) James Holladay 4) How Long 5) Sea Of Destiny 6) Rainy Day 7) When I Was8) Satan (Donkey Jaw) 9) Ventura Highway 10) Man Of Pride 11) Mitchum Junction 12) Goodbye13) Rainbow Song 14) Wind Wave 15) Monster 16) A Horse With No Name
Captured February 15, 2017 during the band’s sold-out concert at Glasgow’s historic venue Barrowland Ballroom, Kings Among Scotland is a three LP live Anthrax extravaganza. Three colored LPs--blue, pink and purple-- in a triple gatefold jacket with a tour book make for a fitting RSD Black Friday relase.
A.I.R./Madhouse/Evil Twin/Medusa/Blood Eagle Wings/Fight Em Till You Can't/Be All, End All/Breathing Lightning/Among The Living/Caught In A Mosh/One World/I Am The Law/Skeletons In The Closet/NFL/ADI-Horror Of It All/Immitation Of Life/Antisocial
Earth Rot is visionary composer/arranger/producer David Axelrod’s third album, and the last of his Capitol Trilogy. Recorded as a concept album about the decrepit state of the environment in 1970 Los Angeles, and scheduled for release on the first Earth Day, it features choral vocals and marks a departure for Axelrod’s signature sound, which would take on a jazzier feel in the 1970s.
A Side - The Warnings Part I Part II Part III Part IV
B Side - The Signs Part I Part II Part III
C Side - The Warnings Part I (Instrumental) Part II (Instrumental) Part III (Instrumental) Part IV (Instrumental)
D Side - The Signs Part I (Instrumental) Part II (Instrumental) Part III (Instrumental)
Cosmic Thing is the fifth studio album by American new wave band the B-52's,. Released in 1989, it contains the singles "Love Shack" and "Roam". The success of the album served as a comeback after the death of guitarist Ricky Wilson in 1985. Six of the album's songs were produced by Nile Rodgers in New York City, and the remaining four by Don Was in upstate New York.
Strictly limited to 4500 units, this Record Store Day Black Friday release is pressed on rainbow coloured vinyl.
The latest new music from BABYMETAL, a distinctly Japanese mix of schoolgirl J-pop and heavy metal. The song is "Distortion" and this release features both a studio and their live recording at Download Festival 2018 on a special red vinyl 12" for Record Store Day Black Friday.
1) Distortion 2) Distortion (Live at Download Festival)
Originally released in 1982, this is a live album, compiled from shows across the UK from 1981–82. Press the Eject features a striking version of John Cale’s “Rosegarden Funeral Of Sores”,a particularly spooky run-through of “Hollow Hills” that out-creeps the studio version on Mask, and the punk rock fuzz-out of “Dark Entries”. Of course, “Bela…” appears here as well, in a luxurious nine-and-a-half-minute version. Washed in feedback and ever-sosubtly accelerating and decelerating, this song is the true center of “Goth” mythology. This Record Store Day Black Friday release is pressed on white vinyl.
In the Flat Field (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Rose Garden Funeral of Sores (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Dancing (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], The Man with X-Ray Eyes (Live @ Hammersmith Palais, London) [HD], Bela Lugosi Is Dead (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], The Spy in the Cab (Live @ The Royal Court, Kick in the Eye (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD]Liverpool) [HD], In Fear of Fear (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], Hollow Hills (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Stigmata Martyr (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], Dark Entries (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD]
This version has never been released on vinyl before! It is the Legency edition with extra tracks. This is Blue Oyster Cult's second live album. This Legacy edition has never been released on vinyl, includes bonus tracks, and packaging that includes an LP obi (side spine), cardboard gatefold jacket with two pockets, black inner sleeves and translucent blue vinyl.
R.U. Ready To Rock| E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) | Astonomy | Kick out the Jams | Godzilla | (Don't Fear) The Reaper | We Gotta Get Out Of This Place | ME 262 | Harvester of Eyes | Hot Rails to Hell | This Ain't the Summer of Love | 5 Guitars | Born to be Wild | We Gotta Get Out Of This Place | R.U. Ready To Rock |
Blue Cheer were the loudest, heaviest band of the 1960s. What they played and how they played it was labeled Heavy Metal – partly from a reference by the Beat writer William F. Burroughs and partly from a lyric in Steppenwolf’s Born To Be Wild (Heavy Metal Thunder . . .). It described them perfectly – and they ushered in a new age of searingly loud and upfront Rock which would quickly establish itself as the outer-fringe of Psychedelia. These three early demo tracks predate their debut album Vincebus Eruptum, and have more grind, guts, and grit than anything they've ever recorded! This one-sided EP on colored vinyl is the first ever vinyl release of this material.
1. Second Time Around 2. Doctor Please 3. Summertime Blues
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JazzFest Berlin (also known as the Berlin Jazz Festival) is a jazz festival based in Berlin, Germany. Originally called the "Berliner Jazztage" (Berlin Jazz Days, until 1980 when the name was changed), it was founded in 1964 in West Berlin by the Berliner Festspiele. Whereas famous US jazz celebrities set the tone during the first decades, the Berlin Jazz Festival increasingly has presented artists from all around the globe, with an increasing emphasis on contemporary European jazz. Also appearing that year were Herbie Mann, Carla Thomas, Don Cherry with Pharoah Sanders, Don Ellis (who makes a guest appearance here), Gary Burton, Elvin Jones, Muddy Waters with Otis Spann and numerous other jazz luminaries. The festival's artistic concept has been "to document, support, and validate trends in jazz, and to mirror the diversity of creative musical activity. On transparent purple vinyl.
Side 1 1. Red Beans and Rice (7:29) 2. Freedom Jazz Dance (8:00) 3. Take Me To the Water ((5:17)
Side 2 1. House Announcer- Season of the Witch (Julie Driscoll) (9:12) 2. Shadows of You (5:41) 3. When I Was A Young Girl (9:38)
Originally released in April 1992, sandwiched between their first two albums (Pod and Last Splash), The Breeders' Safari EP cxame at a time when Kim's Pixies commitments were winding down and her new band was on the cusp of releasing a platinum-selling album. Their first record to feature Kim Deal's twin sister Kelley (and the only Breeders release with both Kelley Deal and Tanya Donnelly), the EP was recorded in two studios with the bulk coming from a session in New York, which provided an early version of "Do You Love Me Now?", "Don't Call Home" and a cover of The Who's "So Sad About Us". The title track was recorded in London by Kim, Josephine Wiggs and drummer Jon Mattock (Spiritualized/Spacemen3). This Record Store Day Black Friday release is a faithful repress of the 12" version, complete with Shinro Ohtake's 198 charcoal drawing Nairobi VIII adorning its cover.
"Do You Love Me Now?"/ "Don't Call Home"/ "Safari"/ "So Sad About Us"
Roy Buchanan is the guitarist’s guitar hero. Singularly uninterested in rock stardom and the trappings of fame that go with it, Buchanan never achieved the popularity of his six-string peers; yet his unfathomable technique and ferocious Telecaster tone put him near the top of any serious listing of the greatest guitarists of all time. Stories abound about the regard with which other musicians held Roy (and the indifference with which he greeted their esteem); for example, legend has it he turned down the Rolling Stones for the job Mick Taylor got, and blew off playing with John Lennon, while Jeff Beck dedicated “’Cause We’ve Ended as Lovers” from Blow by Blow to him. These days, his ability to create the sounds he did without the use of any effects, often from his patented “pinch harmonic” method of playing, continue to astound players both casual and professional. Buchanan recorded a number of commendable studio albums, but on stage was where the magic happened; that’s why most listeners deem the 1974 Live Stock album to be his best. But the tracks on that album, like most live records, were cherry-picked from several different shows, in this case both sets Roy played at New York City’s Town Hall on November 27, 1974. In fact, of the 21 songs Roy played that night, only six came out on Live Stock, and one other, a version of Neil Young’s “Down by the River,” came out on a subsequent compilation. That leaves 14 unreleased performances—and now, Real Gone Music presents Live at Town Hall 1974, a 3-LP set that captures both shows in their entirety, drawn from the original multitrack tapes recorded that night by The Record Plant Mobile Studio. Several things strike you as you listen to these two shows. First, this was a good band, perhaps Roy’s best, with Malcolm Lukens on keyboards, John Harrison on bass, Ronnie “Byrd” Foster on drums, and Billy Price on lead vocals when Roy didn’t take a turn. Second, the six tracks originally selected for Live Stock were the “safe” tracks, showing the band at their most succinct. It’s no accident that all but one came from the first show; during the second show, the band—perhaps spurred on by some refreshment during intermission—positively swaggers as Roy deals one lightning lead after another, even having fun with a faulty patch cord on the first song of the second set. For this monumental release, we’ve made every effort to put you right in the front row; both our liner note writer (Buchanan biographer Phil Carson) and photographer (Charles R. Cohen) were there that night, and have the stories and shots to prove it. Mixed and mastered by Tom Lewis at Studio 1093 in Athens, Georgia, and produced by Bill Levenson, this one’s a major addition to the Buchanan discography and further proof that nobody, but nobody, played guitar like Roy Buchanan.
Done Your Daddy Dirty Reelin' And Rockin’ Hot Cha Further On Up The Road Roy's Bluz Can I Change My Mind Hey Joe Too Many Drivers Down By The River I'm A Ram In the Beginning Driftin’ & Driftin’ I’m Evil Too Many Drivers Done Your Daddy Roy's Bluz Further On Up The Hey Joe Can I Change My Mind In The Beginning All Over Again (I’ve Got A Mind To Give Up Living)
By the time Sweetheart Of The Rodeo was released in 1968, The Byrds had already changed the sound of rock music twice; from jangling folk-rock to experimental acid-rock, they constantly sought to push the boundaries of what rock music could be. The 1967 departure of David Crosby left a creative void filled quickly by country music-loving Gram Parsons, whose addition led Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman and company to record an album comprised mostly of authentic country material in Nashville, with the aid of local session aces (including future Byrd Clarence White). For the first time on vinyl—and on the heels of a 50th anniversary tour of the album by original members McGuinn and Hillman—this Legacy Edition of Sweetheart Of The Rodeo showcases this country-rock masterpiece alongside 28 bonus tracks, including demos, outtakes, rehearsal versions and tracks by Parsons’ pre-Byrds outfit, The International Submarine Band.
Hot on the heels of Captured Tracks' reissue of Capital Punishment’s 1982 album Roadkill, the quartet of Kriss Roebling, Ben Stiller, Peter Zusi, and Peter Swann present This Is Capital Punishment – an EP of new material recorded almost 35 years after the group disbanded. Recorded at the Garden in Brooklyn, This Is Capital Punishment came about when Captured Tracks boss Mike Sniper asked Roebling for bonus material for the Roadkill reissue. The original members got back together and did a remake of their track "Confusion." A blistering take on the original, the new version reimagines “Confusion” as a much louder and sinister track. It was so loved by the label – and the band had so much fun recording it – that they decided to record new material. Capital Punishment burn through four other tracks that all explore the darker edges of rock ‘n’ roll. From the strangely sultry “Drumming Out Time Inside Me” and “Grey And Illuminate” to the band’s favorite “Hot Love,” Capital Punishment may not be teenage punks anymore, but they certainly haven’t lost their edge. Pressed on translucent blue vinyl, This Is Capital Punishment is limited to 1500 copies worldwide.
'Side A / Track 1 / Confusion (2018) / 3:40 Side A / Track 2 / Drumming Out Time Inside Me / 2:48 Side B / Track 3 / Hot Love / 3:32 Side B / Track 4 / Grey And Illuminate / 4:01 Side B / Track 5 / Shannon Rose / 3:38
Like Cats and Dogs is a compilation album by English alternative rock band Catherine Wheel, released 9 September 1996 by Fontana Records in the UK and Mercury Records in the US. The album includes an alternate version of "Heal" from their album Happy Days (retitled "Heal 2"), several outtakes and B-sides spanning the band's career, and cover versions of songs originally by Pink Floyd and Rush. This Record Store Day Black Friday edition is pressed on purple vinyl and is exclusive to indie record stores.
HEAL 2/WISH YOU WERE HERE/PLEASURE/MOUTHFUL OF AIR/CAR/GIRL STAND STILL/SACCHARINE/BACKWARDS GUITAR/TONGUE TWISTED/THESE FOUR WALLS/HIGH HEELS/HARDER THAN I AM/LA LA L LA
Cheap Trick fans positively inhaled our first batch of rarities, so we’re back with 16 more lost tracks from Rockford, Illinois’ finest! Except this time, Ken Sharp’s notes feature track-by-track commentary from Bun E. Carlos, Tom Petersson, and Rick Nielsen…this collection is a deep dive into the Cheap Trick hive mind! So let’s jump in…first up are three tracks taken from the 1980 EP Found All the Parts, including a live version of The Beatles’ “Day Tripper” with an instrumental nod to The Yardbirds’ “Shapes of Things.” Then comes the single “Oh Boy,” followed by the demo of “Loser,” which was recorded in 1980 but was written by Nielsen way back in 1976. Two live tracks, “The House Is Rockin’ (with Domestic Problems)” and “Way of the World,” from a New Year’s Eve 1979 show at the L.A. Forum raise the temperature, then come the George Martin-produced single versions of “World’s Greatest Lover” and “Everything Works If You Let It.” Two tracks, “Reach Out” and “I Must Be Dreamin’,” from the Heavy Metal soundtrack and the title song from the Spring Break soundtrack cover the Cheap Trick silver screen legacy, while the demo version of the classic “If You Want My Love” premieres on LP. The “Super New Dance Re-Mix” of “Saturday at Midnight” and “Short Version” of “Dancing the Night Away” also appear on a vinyl reissue for the first time, as does the last track, the b-side “Get Ready.” Rare photos by long-time band photographer Robert Alford accompany; the set is mastered by the great Vic Anesini at Battery Studios. Cheap Trick fans, do not miss this!
Day Tripper (Live) (EP Version) vSuch a Good Girl (EP Version) Take Me I'm Yours (EP Version) Oh Boy (Vocal Version) Loser (Demo) The House Is Rockin' (With Domestic Problems) (Live at the LA Forum) Way of the World (Live at the LA Forum) World's Greatest Lover (Single Version) Everything Works If You Let It (Single Version) Reach Out (From Heavy Metal Music from the Motion Picture) Must Be Dreamin' (From Heavy Metal Music from the Motion Picture) If You Want My Love (Demo) Saturday at Midnight (Super New Dance Re-Mix) Dancing the Night Away (Short Version) Spring Break (From Spring Break Original Soundtrack) Get Ready (B-side)
Once upon a time, CKY burned it all down, with a raucous, anarchic, hard rock sound soaked in the skate-punk culture that birthed them and a hard-partying lifestyle onstage and off that decimated relationships and reputations in its wake. CKY’s sonic rebirth sounds as incendiary, expansive, and groovy. Each song is a forceful meditation on what makes CKY so killer.THis Record Store Day Black Friday EP features four new CKY recordings..
Side A: "Chase Me"/ "Fists To The Sky"
Side B: "One Step Ahead" / "Bite It You Scum (GG Allin Cover)"
First-ever vinyl release of the band's debut album, featuring the hit singles "Shine" and "Breathe", which is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Pressed at MRP on 180g opaque red vinyl.
Shine/Goodnight, Good Guy/Wasting Time/Sister Don't Cry/Love Lifted Me/In a Moment/Heaven's Already Here/Pretty Donna/Reach/Breathe/Scream/Burning Bridges/All
On March 6, 1963, John Coltrane and his Classic Quartet—McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones –recorded an entire studio album at the legendary Van Gelder Studios. This music, which features unheard originals, was finally released 55 years later in June of 2018. To commemorate this, a unique, collectable die-cut, orange vinyl 12" of two tracks from that recording is being released for Record Store Day Black Friday. This not-to-be-missed title is limited to 5000 pieces worldwide and is available only at participating independent record stores.
Side A: Untitled Original 11383
Side B: Impressions
Side A: (New Tracks) 1. Audio Check Music 2. Audio Architecture 3. Passionfruit (Recorded at Spotify Studios NYC) 4. Not Bad, This Feeling (Sometime / Someplace B-Side) 5. In a Dream (NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert)
Side B: (Remixes/Reworks) 1. The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness (Beach Fossils Rework) 2. Helix / Spiral (Reginald Omas Mamode IV Rework) 3. Mellow Yellow Feel (Hiatus Kaiyote Rework) 4. Surfing On Mind Wave Pt. 2 (Fairy Liquid - A Sound Collage by Lawrence) 5. In a Dream (Haruomi Hosono Rework) 6. If You’re Here (Ryuichi Sakamoto Rework)
Long awaited reunion album by Capricorn recording artists Cowboy, as heard on Gregg Allman's Laid Back and On Tour albums, featuring all six original members, produced by Johnny Sandlin.
1. Maybe Miracles, 2. Throw A Little Love My Way, 3. Positive Flow, 4. Too Many Choices, 5. Getaway Cars, 6. Let It Rain, 7. I’m In A Mood, 8. I Don’t Get It, 9. The River Doesn’t Run Here, 10. Comfort Zone
On January 1, 1976, Rolling Stone magazine called the debut album by West Virginian prog-rock pioneers Crack The Sky “…one of year’s most impressive debuts.” On August 21, 2018, Rolling Stone wrote “Crack the Sky: the Strange Survival Story of the Best U.S. Prog Band You’ve Never Heard.” They were named by Rolling Stone in their 2015 list of 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums Of All Time and in their 20 Rock Albums Rolling Stone Loved in the 1970s That You Never Heard, the magazine’s very first review in 1976 went on to compare the band to Steely Dan, 10cc, The Tubes, Ian Hunter, and the inimitable Davie Bowie. Some 40 years later the band released their 20th album, Living in Reverse, 12 new genre-defying Crack tracks. The vinyl version is now being made available via Record Store Day Black Friday.
1. Talk Talk 4:47 2. Living In Reverse 3:56 3. Raining Rain 4:15 4. Red Rosary 3:56 5. Hit 4:13 6. Big Dipper 4:35 7. I’m On The Radio, Mom 4:00 8. Jacket 3:40 9. I’m Alright Now 4:20 10. Bang 4:10 11. Good Man 4:03 12. Home Tonight 4:17