Vinyl

Published on January 21st, 2017 | by Gerry Galipault

0

Your Vinyl Store (Jan. 20-26 and Beyond)


New vinyl releases and reissues for this week and months ahead. (Check out Past Vinyl Releases.)

JAN. 20, 2017

AEROSMITH
“Done With Mirrors” (1985 album), “Get a Grip” (1993 album; Geffen / UMe)

SAM COOKE
“Win Your Love For Me: The Complete Singles (A & B Sides), 1956-1962” (60 songs; Soul Jam)

FUNKADELIC
“Standing on the Verge of Getting It On” (1974 album; marbled seashore blue LP in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket; 4 Men With Beards)

K.D. LANG
“Hymns of the 49th Parallel” (2004 album; Nonesuch)

MASSIVE ATTACK
“Mezzanine” (1998 album), “100th Window” (2003 album; three LPs), “Heligoland” (2010 album; Virgin)

PINK FLOYD
“The Final Cut” (1983 album), “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” (1987 album; Columbia / Legacy)

311
“Transistor” (1997 album; Legacy)

More Releases for Jan. 20, 2017 »

$3.99 Albums »$5 Albums »$6.99 Albums »$0.69 Song Store »Band T-Shirts »

JAN. 27, 2017

BLIND MELON
“Soup” (1995 album; Analog Spark)

JOHNNY CASH
“All Aboard the Blue Train with Johnny Cash” (1962 album; ORG Music)

VIC CHESNUTT
“Little” (1990 album, produced by Michael Stipe; with five bonus tracks and a download card; New West)

BOB DYLAN
“The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 [Rare & Unreleased] 1961-1991” (five-LP box set; Columbia / Legacy)

MERLE HAGGARD
“Live From Austin, TX” (New West)

HOWLIN’ WOLF
“Best of the Sun Records Sessions” (14 songs; ORG Music)

ROBERT EARL KEEN
“Live Dinner Reunion” (2016 album; Dualtone)

More Releases for Jan. 27, 2017 »

Onkyo C-7030 Compact Disc Player »

FEB. 3, 2017

THE AVALANCHES
“Since I Left You” (1997 album; two LPs; Astralwerks)

BLACK SABBATH
“The Ultimate Collection” (four-LP box set; Rhino / Warner)

THE-DREAM
“Love Hate” (2007 album; Def Jam)

BEN LEE
“Freedom, Love and the Recuperation of the Human Mind” (2016 album; Gold VE)

STEVE MILLER BAND
“The Joker” (1973 album; Capitol / UMe)

SOFT MACHINE
“Live at the Paradiso” (1969 recording; “Soft” purple vinyl edition; Real Gone Music)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Battlefield 1 (Original Soundtrack)” (180-gram vinyl, with download card; EA TM Music)

FEB. 10, 2017

AVERAGE WHITE BAND
“AWB” (1974 album; Friday Music)

BON JOVI
“Bon Jovi: The Albums” (25-LP box set; Mercury / Island / UMe)

VIC CHESNUTT
“Drunk” (1993 album; two LPs, with B-sides, selections from an Inner Ear session and from a 1994 Radio Holland performance, plus a download card; New West)

NATALIE COLE
“Unpredictable” (1977 album, featuring “I’ve Got Love on My Mind”; Capitol / UMe)

NAT KING COLE
“Unforgettable” (1952 album; Capitol / UMe)

DEAN MARTIN
“Dino: Italian Love Songs” (1962 album; Capitol / UMe)

QUEEN
“Greatest Hits II” (double LP; Hollywood)

LEON RUSSELL
“Carney” (1972 album, featuring “Tight Rope”; 200-gram vinyl mastered from the original tape by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio; Analogue Productions)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Kids (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (1995 album, featuring Folk Implosion’s “Natural One”; MVD Audio)

THE WHO
“My Generation (Deluxe Edition)” (1965 album; three LPs; Read here; UMe)

FEB. 17, 2017

EVANESCENCE
“The Ultimate Collection” (six-LP box set, with 52-page book; The Bicycle Music Company)

BEN FOLDS FIVE
“Songs For Silverman” (2005 album; Analog Spark)

OUR LADY PEACE
“Clumsy” (1997 album; mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio; includes a 12-page booklet; SRCVinyl)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“The Man Who Fell to Earth (Original Soundtrack Recording)” (1975 film soundtrack, available for the first time since its original release; UMC)

CHELY WRIGHT
“I Am the Rain” (2016 album; MRI)

FEB. 24, 2017

TOMMY BOLIN
“Northern Lights: Live 9-22-76” (180-gram audiophile vinyl; Friday Music)

GEORGE HARRISON
“George Harrison – The Vinyl Collection” (box set includes 13 albums from 1968-2002, plus 12-inch single picture discs of “When We Was Fab” and “Got My Mind Set On You”; each album also available separately on vinyl; See here; UMe)

GARY MOORE
“Wild Frontier” (1987 album; Virgin)

PRINCE
“Lovesexy” (1988 album), “Batman” (1989 album), “Graffiti Bridge” (1990 album), “The Love Symbol Album” (1992 album), “Come” (1994 album; Warner)

PAUL WELLER
“Stanley Road” (1995 album), “Heavy Soul” (1997 album; Mercury / UMe)

MARCH 3, 2017

JANIS IAN
“Breaking Silence” (1993 all-analogue album; 200-gram, 45 rpm vinyl pressing; two LPs; Hear here; Analogue Productions)

GEORGE MICHAEL
“Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1” (1990 album; Columbia / Legacy)

THE MONKEES
“Head Alternate” (1968 album; 180 translucent gold vinyl, with rare mixes, stereo versions and alternate tracks; mastered from the Colgems tapes by Joe Reagoso; Friday Music)

THIN LIZZY
“Renegade” (1981 album; Friday Music)

MARCH 10, 2017

BLINK-182
“Greatest Hits” (2007 compilation; SRCVinyl)

MILES DAVIS QUINTET
“Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 5” (2016 compilation; three LPs; Columbia / Legacy)

JOHN LEE HOOKER
“That’s Where It’s At!” (1969 album; Hear here; Stax)

MARCH 17, 2017

JOE COCKER
“Mad Dogs & Englishmen” (1970 album; double LP; A&M / UMe)

BEN FOLDS FIVE
“The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner” (1999 album; Analog Spark)

MICKEY HART
“Planet Drum (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1991 album; won the Grammy for Best World Music Album in the first year of that category’s existence; two LPs; UMe)

MOTÖRHEAD
“Motörhead” (1977 album), “What’s Words Worth?” (1983 live album, recorded in 1978; Back on Black)

LINDA RONSTADT
“Living in the USA” (1978 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue vinyl; Friday Music)

SPIRITUALIZED
“Ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space” (1997 album; 180-gram clear blue and white vinyl; Plain)

MARCH 24, 2017

PAUL McCARTNEY
“Flowers in the Dirt” (1989 album; two LPs, with nine original demos; Capitol)

APRIL 14, 2017

BILL CONTI
“The Right Stuff (Original Movie Picture Soundtrack)” (1983 album; Varѐse Sarabande)

APRIL 21, 2017

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Sound Track” (1977 album; Capitol / UMe)

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,


About the Author

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.



Leave a Reply

Back to Top ↑