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Published on November 30th, 2014 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Dec. 2 and beyond)

DEC. 2

BELLE AND SEBASTIAN
“The Boy With the Arab Strap” (1998 album; Matador)

TOMMY BOLIN & ZEPHYR
“Zephyr” (1969 album; limited-edition colored vinyl; Cleopatra)

JAMES BROWN
“Live in New York” (1968 album; Cleopatra)

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
“Give Us a Kiss: Jubilee Street, Live From the Sydney Opera House” (Bad Seed)

ERIC CLAPTON
“Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert” (1973 album; mastered by Kevin Gray; Audio Fidelity; Read here)

THE DICKIES
“1977 – A Night That Will Live In Infamy” (Whisky A Go Go performance, with bonus demos tracks; Cleopatra)

FUNKADELIC
“Maggot Brain” (1971 album; Westbound)

DEXTER GORDON
“Dexter Blows Hot and Cool” (1955 album, featuring Carl Perkins; Cleopatra)

AMY GRANT
“How Mercy Looks From Here” (2014 album; Capitol Christian Music Group)

BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS
“Soul Rebels” (1970 album, produced by Lee Scratch Perry; Cleopatra)

MINISTRY
“Twelve-Inch Singles 1981-1984” (Cleopatra)

DONNA SUMMER
“Donna: The Vinyl Collection” (box set contains her albums “The Wanderer,” “Donna Summer,” “Cats Without Claws,” “All Systems Go,” “Another Place and Time,” “Mistaken Identity” and “I’m a Rainbow,” with a free download card; U.K. – Driven By the Music / Crimson, Dec. 1; Read here)

M. WARD
“Transistor Radio” (2005 album; Merge)

MUDDY WATERS
“Muddy ‘Mississippi’ Waters Live” (1979 album; Friday Music)

YO LA TENGO
“Extra Painful” (1993 album; double album includes bonus 7-inch and a download coupon with 15 extra tracks; Matador)

NEIL YOUNG
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?” (four versions of his new single; Reprise)

DEC. 9

THE BEATLES
“The Beatles: 1962-1966” (1973 compilation), “The Beatles: 1967-1970” (1973 compilation), “1” (2000 compilation), “Love” (2006 album; Capitol / UMe)

BLONDIE
“Blondie” (six-LP box set, pressed on 180-gram vinyl; Universal)

JACKSON BROWNE
“Standing in the Breach” (2014 album; Inside Recordings)

CLARENCE CARTER
“The Best of Clarence Carter” (Friday Music)

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
“Takin’ It to the Streets” (1975 album; remastered; Friday Music)

NICK DRAKE
“A Treasury” (2004 compilation), “Family Tree” (2007 compilation; Island)

JAY-Z
“In My Lifetime, Vol. 1” (1997 album), “Vol. 2 … Hard Knock Life” (1998 album), “Vol. 3 … Life and Times of S. Carter” (1999 album; Roc-a-Fella)

DAVE KOZ & FRIENDS
“The 25th of December” (2014 album; red vinyl; Concord)

LL COOL J
“Mama Said Knock You Out” (1990 album; LP – 3D lenticular cover; Def Jam)

DAVE MASON
“Let It Flow” (1977 album; 180 gram audiophile vinyl; Music On Vinyl)

MC5
“Back in the USA” (1970 album; 4 Men With Beards)

LOREENA McKENNITT
“A Midwinter Night’s Dream” (2008 album; Verve)

THELONIOUS MONK
“The Thelonious Monk Orchestra At Town Hall” (1959 album; Fantasy), “Criss-Cross” (1963 album; Original Recordings Group)

RAINBOW
“Rainbow: The Polydor Years” (all albums on eight LPs; Universal)

OTIS REDDING
“The Dock of the Bay” (1968 album; Atlantic)

R.E.M.
“7IN-83-88” (14 LPs; I.R.S. / UMe)

THE ROLLING STONES
“From the Vault: L.A. Forum (Live in 1975)” (three LPs and one DVD; Eagle Rock)

FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN & SAMMY DAVIS JR.
“The Rat Pack: Live at the Sands” (two LPs; Capitol / UMe)

ROD STEWART
“Rod Stewart” (five studio LPs, 1969-1974; Universal)

TAYLOR SWIFT
“1989” (2014 album; Big Machine)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Beck Song Reader” (2014 album; Capitol)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Dancehall Classics Volume One” (14 tracks; Kingston Sounds)

WARREN G.
“Regulate … G Funk Era (20th Anniversary Special Edition)” (1994 album, with three new EDM remixes; Def Jam)

MUDDY WATERS
“I’m Ready” (1978 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl; Friday Music)

ROB ZOMBIE
“Hellbilly Deluxe” (1998 album; LP picture disc), “The Sinister Urge” (2001 album; LP picture disc), “Educated Horses” (2006 album; LP picture disc; Geffen)

DEC. 16

THE BLACKBYRDS
“The Blackbyrds” (1974 album; Fantasy, Dec. 15)

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
“From Her to Eternity” (1984 album), “The Firstborn Is Dead” (1985 album), “Kicking Against the Pricks” (1986 album), “Your Funeral … My Trial” (1986 album; two LPs; Mute, Dec. 15)

CREAM
“Cream: 1966-1972” (seven-LP box set; PolyGram / UMe, Dec. 15)

DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE
“Something About Airplanes” (1998 album), “We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes” (2000 album; Barsuk)

NICK DRAKE
“Made To Love Magic” (2004 compilation; Island)

IAN DURY
“The Vinyl Collection” (all eight studio albums on heavyweight vinyl; Demon Music Group, Dec. 15)

JOAN JETT
“Bad Reputation” (1980 album; remastered; Blackheart, Dec. 15)

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
“Under the Table and Dreaming” (1994 album; RCA / Legacy, Dec. 15)

RÖYKSOPP
“The Inevitable End” (2014 album; Cherrytree / Interscope, Dec. 15)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Blue Note Records 75th Anniversary 40 LP Set” (40 LPs; Blue Note)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Cocktail: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (1988 album; remastered; Friday Music, Dec. 15)

DEC. 23

DAFT PUNK
“Alive 1997 + Alive 2007” (four-LP colored vinyl with digital download; Rhino / Parlophone)

50 CENT
“Get Rich or Die Tryin'” (2003 album; two LPs, with three bonus tracks; Interscope)

GRANT GREEN
“Street of Dreams” (1964 album; Blue Note)

BOBBY McFERRIN
“Spontaneous Inventions” (1986 album; Blue Note)

JACKIE McLEAN
“Let Freedom Ring” (1962 album; Blue Note)

SPARKS
“Kimono My House (40th Anniversary Edition)” (1974 album; a second LP includes seven previously unreleased tracks from the duo’s personal archive; Island / UMe)

T. REX
“The Vinyl Collection” (all eight studio albums on heavyweight vinyl; Demon Music Group, Dec. 22)

ANTHONY WILLIAMS
“Spring” (1965 album; Blue Note)

JAN. 13, 2015

ORNETTE COLEMAN
“Tomorrow Is the Question!” (1959 album; Concord)

BILLIE HOLIDAY / BUDDY DeFRANCO QUARTET
“Live in Cologne 1954” (two LPs; Delta Music)

SUBLIME
“40oz. To Freedom” (1992 album; double LP in gatefold packaging, out of print for more than a decade; MVD Audio)

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
“The Velvet Underground: 45th Anniversary” (1969 album; Polydor / UMe)

JAN. 20, 2015

TRENT REZNOR AND ATTICUS ROSS
“Gone Girl: Soundtrack From the Motion Picture” (2014 album; Columbia)

ROLLINS BAND
“Weight” (1994 album; Imago)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“La Bamba: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (1987 album; Friday Music)

WEATHER REPORT
“Black Market” (1976 album, on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, mastered by Joe Reagoso; Friday Music)

JAN. 27, 2015

JEFF BECK
“Truth” (1968 album; 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

RAY CHARLES
“Genius Loves Company (10th Anniversary Vinyl Edition)” (2004 album; Concord)

COLEMAN HAWKINS
“At Ease With Coleman Hawkins” (1960 album; Concord)

AL STEWART
“Past, Present and Future” (1974 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl; Friday Music)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Songs of Anarchy: Music From Sons of Anarchy Seasons 1-4” (1974 album; 180-gram audiophile clear vinyl, with gatefold cover; two LPs; Friday Music)

FEB. 3, 2015

MILES DAVIS
“Blue Moods” (1955 album; Concord)

FEB. 10, 2015

BOSTON
“Don’t Look Back” (1978 album; 180-gram audiophile clear vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

THE WHO
“The Who HITS 50!” (2014 compilation; Geffen / UMe)

FEB. 17, 2015

LAUREL AITKEN
“The High Priest of Reggae” (1970 album), “The Fantastic Laurel Aitken” (1972 album; Radiation Reissues)

LOWELL GEORGE
“Thank I’ll Eat It Here” (1979 album; Friday Music)

FEB. 24, 2015

JOHNNY CASH
“American Recordings Vinyl Box Set” (seven LPs; American Recordings)

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
“Tender Prey” (1988 album), “The Good Son” (1990 album), “Henry’s Dream” (1992 album), “Let Love In” (1994 album), “Murder Ballads” (1996 album), “The Boatman’s Call” (1997 album; Mute)

DIRE STRAIT
“Brothers in Arms” (1985 album; Mobile Fidelity)

WILLIE NELSON
“Teatro” (1998 album; two-LP gold vinyl; Modern Classics)

JOHNNY WINTER
“Live Bootleg Series, Vol. 10” (180-gram audiophile gold vinyl; Friday Music)

APRIL 7, 2015

LEON REDBONE
“Champagne Charlie” (1978 album; Exhibit)

JOHN SEBASTIAN
“John B. Sebastian” (1970 album; Exhibit)

SEPT. 8, 2015

TOWNES VAN ZANDT
“Our Mother the Mountain” (1969 album; Snapper Music Group)

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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