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Published on February 1st, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Feb. 3 and beyond)

FEB. 3, 2015

J.J. CALE
“J.J. Cale: Rewind: The Unreleased Recordings” (songs recorded in the ’70s and early ’80s for Shelter and Mercury Records; Time / Life Star Vista)

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

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LYN COLLINS
“Think” (1972 album, produced by James Brown; Get On Down)

THE GO-BETWEENS
“G Stands for Go-Betweens – Volume 1” (eight-disc box set; Read here; Domino)

BILLIE HOLIDAY
“Billie Holiday At Storyville” (recorded at the Boston venue in 1951 and 1953; Original Recordings Group)

THE ISLEY BROTHERS
“Givin’ It Back” (1971 album; Scorpio Music)

JOHN WILLIAMS
“Jaws: Original Soundtrack” (1975 album), “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial: Original Soundtrack” (1982 album; Geffen / UMe)

FEB. 10, 2015

THE ANIMALS
“Before We Were So Rudely Interrupted” (1977 reunion album; Secret)

BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS
“Blood, Sweat & Tears” (1968 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

BOOKER T. & THE M.G.’S
“Green Onions” (1962 album, with two bonus tracks; Wax Time)

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

D’ANGELO AND THE VANGUARD
“Black Messiah” (2014 album; RCA)

DR. JOHN
“In the Right Place” (1973 album; colored vinyl; Atlantic)

MARVIN GAYE
“Trouble Man” (1972 album; Motown)

BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETS
“The ‘Chirping’ Crickets” (1957 album, with four bonus tracks; Wax Time)

LIVING COLOUR
“CBGB OMFUG Masters: The Bowery Collection – Living Colour Live, August 19, 2005” (CBGB)

SUZI QUATRO
“Rock Hard” (1980 album), “Unreleased Emotion” (1982 recordings, with two bonus tracks; Read here), “In the Spotlight” (2011 album; Cherry Red)

CARLY SIMON
“The Best of Carly Simon” (1975 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

THE SUPREMES
“Meet the Supremes” (1962 album, with four bonus tracks; Wax Time)

TOASTERS
“CBGB OMFUG Masters: The Bowery Collection – Toasters Live June 28, 2002” (CBGB)

GENE VINCENT
“Gene Vincent Rocks! And the Blue Caps Roll” (1958 album, with four bonus tracks; Wax Time)

FEB. 17, 2015

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

JEFF BECK GROUP
“Rough and Ready” (1971 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

BUTTHOLE SURFERS
“Independent Worm Saloon” (1993 album; 180-gram vinyl; Plain Recordings)

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
“Tender Prey” (1988 album), “The Good Son” (1990 album), “Let Love In” (1994 album), “Murder Ballads” (1996 album; Mute)

CHICAGO
“Chicago: September 13, 1969” (recorded at the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival; Cleopatra)

BILLY COBHAM
“Mirror’s Image” (recorded in Tokyo in 1992; Cleopatra)

J. COLE
“2014 Forest Hills Drive” (2014 album; Roc Nation / Columbia)

SAM COOKE
“I Thank God” (1960 album; Hear here; Doxy)

MILES DAVIS
“Quiet Nights” (1964 album; his fourth album collaboration with Gil Evans; Doxy)

DION
“Alone With Dion” (1961 album, with two bonus tracks; Wax Time)

LOWELL GEORGE
“Thanks I’ll Eat It Here” (1979 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

GRANT LEE BUFFALO
“Mighty Joe Moon” (1994 album; 180-gram vinyl; Plain Recordings)

IRON BUTTERFLY
“Live In Copenhagen 1971” (double album includes a farewell jam with members of Yes; Cleopatra)

THELONIOUS MONK
“Thelonious Monk In Italy” (1961 live album; Doxy)

IGGY POP
“American Caesar” (1993 album; 180-gram vinyl; Plain Recordings)

FEB. 24, 2015

DAVID BOWIE
“Young Americans 40th Anniversary ( Picture Disc)” (1975 single; Rhino / Parlophone)

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

DON CHERRY
“Complete Communion” (1966 album; Blue Note)

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

BILL EVANS
“Explorations” (1961 album; Concord)

FLEETWOOD MAC
“Then Play On” (1969 album), “Kiln House” (1970 album), “Future Games” (1971 album), “Bare Trees” (1972 album; Rhino)

THE ISLEY BROTHERS
“3 + 3” (1973 album, featuring “That Lady”; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

ELVIN JONES
“The Ultimate” (1968 album; Blue Note)

LED ZEPPELIN
“Physical Graffiti” (1975 album; two 180-gram vinyl LPs; Atlantic / Swan Song)

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

THELONIOUS MONK
“Genius of Modern Music Volume Two” (1952 album; Blue Note)

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

SONNY ROLLINS
“Newk’s Time” (1958 album; Blue Note)

RUSH
“Caress of Steel” (1975 album; Mercury / UMe)

SALLY SHAPIRO
“Disco Romance” (2007 album; limited-edition colored vinyl [blue and white]; Paper Bag)

TAKING BACK SUNDAY
“Happiness Is: The Complete Recordings” (five complete albums; Hopeless)

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

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

MARCH 3, 2015

BJÖRK
“Vulnicura” (2015 album; One Little Indian)

J. GEILS BAND
“Bloodshot” (1973 album; limited-edition red vinyl LP; Real Gone Music)

OHIO PLAYERS
“Observations in Time” (1969 debut album; Cleopatra)

MARCH 10, 2015

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

THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET
“The Dave Brubeck Quartet Plays Music From West Side Story And Other Works” (1962 album; Wax Time)

DESMOND DEKKER AND THE SPECIALS
“King of Kings” (1995 album; Secret)

THE IMPRESSIONS
“The Impressions” (1963 album, with two bonus tracks; Wax Time)

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

SUBLIME
“Robbin’ the Hood” (1984 album; U.K. – Virgin, March 16)

MARCH 17, 2015

SAM COOKE
“Sam Cooke” (1961 album, also known as “Swing Low”; includes “Chain Gang”; Doxy / Forced Exposure)

GIN BLOSSOMS
“Live in Concert” (limited-edition colored vinyl pressing; Cleopatra)

BILLY JOEL
“Cold Spring Harbor” (1971 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, with gatefold cover; Friday Music)

L7
“Bricks Are Heavy” (1992 album; Plain)

RUSH
“2112” (1976 album), “All the World’s a Stage” (1976 album; Mercury / UMe)

SIMPLE MINDS
“Sparkle in the Rain” (1984 album; Virgin / UMe)

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

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)

MARCH 24, 2015

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

COMMON
“Like Water for Chocolate” (2000 album; on colored vinyl; Interscope / UMe)

FREDDIE HUBBARD
“Blue Spirits” (1965 album; Blue Note)

WAYNE SHORTER
“Night Dreamer” (1964 album; Blue Note)

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

APRIL 7, 2015

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

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

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)

APRIL 21, 2015

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

RUSH
“A Farewell to Kings” (1977 album; Mercury / UMe)

APRIL 28, 2015

STANLEY TURRENTINE WITH THE 3 SOUNDS
“Blue Hour” (1960 album; Music Matters)

MAY 5, 2015

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

MAY 19, 2015

RUSH
“Hemispheres” (1978 album; Mercury / UMe)

JUNE 16, 2015

RUSH
“Permanent Waves” (1980 album; Mercury / UMe)

JULY 21, 2015

RUSH
“Moving Pictures” (1981 album), “Exit … Stage Left” (1981 album; Mercury / UMe)

AUG. 18, 2015

RUSH
“Signals” (1982 album; Mercury / UMe)

SEPT. 8, 2015

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

SEPT. 15, 2015

RUSH
“Grace Under Pressure” (1984 album; Mercury / UMe)

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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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