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Published on October 26th, 2014 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Oct. 28 and beyond)

OCT. 28

BJÖRK
“Greatest Hits” (One Little Indian, Oct. 27)

THE CRAMPS
“Smell of Female” (1983 album), “A Date With Elvis” (1986 album), “RockinnReelininAucklandNewZealandXXX” (1987 album), “Stay Sick” (1990 album), “Look Mom, No Head!” (1991 album), “Big Beat From Badsville” (1997 album; Vengeance)

PHILIP GLASS
“Candyman: Original 1992 Motion Picture Soundtrack” (One Way Static)

DANIEL HOPE
“Max Richter: Berlin by Overnight,” “Spheres” (Deutsche Grammophon, Oct. 27)

IRON MAIDEN
“The Complete Albums Collection 1980-1988” (three-LP box set; Sanctuary, Oct. 27)

BARBARA LYNN
“Here Is Barbara Lynn” (1968 album; Light in the Attic)

HANK MOBLEY
“No Room for Squares” (1963 album; Blue Note, Oct. 27)

MODEST MOUSE
“White Lies, Yellow Teeth / Buttons to Push the Buttons” (unreleased material from “This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About” recording sessions; Glacial Pace, Oct. 27)

IGGY POP
“Party” (1981 album; Friday Music, Oct. 27)

DIANNE REEVES
“I Remember” (1991 album; Blue Note, Oct. 27)

HORACE SILVER AND THE JAZZ MESSENGERS
“Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers” (1955 album; Blue Note, Oct. 27)

FRANK SINATRA
“In the Wee Hours” (1955 album), “This Is Sinatra!” (1956 album), “Come Fly With Me” (1958 album; Capitol / UMe, Oct. 27)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Jamaican Skarama” (Dub Store, Oct. 27; MP3)

NOV. 4

ABBA
“ABBA: The Collection [Box set]” (eight 180-gram vinyl LPs; Polydor / UMe)

BASEMENT JAXX
“The Singles” (15 tracks; U.K. – XL Recordings, Nov. 3)

TONY BENNETT & BILL EVANS
“The Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Album” (1975 album; Original Jazz Classics)

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

NICK DRAKE
“Made to Love Magic” (2004 compilation of outtakes and remixed tracks; Island)

HAIM
“My Song 5” (Limited Picture Disc Vinyl; Columbia)

MODEST MOUSE
“Too Many Fiestas For Rueben / Cowboy Dan” (7-inch single from their “The Lonesome Crowded West” recording sessions; Glacial Pace)

COLE PORTER
“The Best of Cole Porter” (Seeburg Music Library)

SLY STONE
“I’m Just Like You: Sly’s Stone Flower 1969-70” (Light in the Attic; Read here)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Elf: Music From The Major Motion Picture” (2003 album; WaterTower Music)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack” (20th anniversary of the 1994 album; remastered; 32-song soundtrack is available on 180 Gram “All American” Red, White and Blue vinyl LPs; SRCVinyl)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Ghostbusters: Original Soundtrack Album” (1984 album; glow-in-the-dark vinyl; Sony Legacy; Read here)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Superbad: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (2007 album; Phineas Atwood)

VERUCA SALT
“American Thighs” (1994 album; Minty Fresh)

NOV. 11

THE BLACKBYRDS
“Unfinished Business” (1976 album; Fantasy)

CLIFFORD BROWN
“Memorial” (1953 album; Concord, Nov. 10)

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

SAM COOKE
“Encore” (1958 album), “Ain’t That Good News” (1964 album; Doxy)

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
“The Complete Studio Albums” (seven-LP box set; Fantasy)

BILL EVANS
“The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961” (four-LP box set; Riverside, Nov. 10)

GANG STARR
“Hard to Earn” (1994 album; Capitol / UMe)

STAN GETZ
“Stan Getz Quartets” (1950 album; Concord)

JOHN LEE HOOKER
“Boogie Chillun” (1962 album; two LPs; Fantasy / Concord)

KEITH JARRETT
“Still Live” (1986 album), “Tribute” (1990 album; ECM)

JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS
“Album” (1983 album; includes free download card with access to the album tracks, additional music and video content; Blackheart, Nov. 10)

MEGADETH
“Peace Sells … But Who’s Buying? [Picture Disc]” (1986 album), “So Far, So Good … So What! [Picture Disc Vinyl]” (1988 album), “Rust in Peace [Picture Disc]” (1990 album), “Countdown to Extinction [Picture Disc Vinyl]” (1992 album), “Youthanasia [Picture Disc Vinyl]” (1994 album; Capitol / UMe)

PAT METHENY GROUP
“80/81” (1980 album), “Travels” (1983 album; ECM)

IGGY POP
“Soldier” (1980 album; first time on 180-gram audiophile vinyl; mastered by Joe Reagoso; Friday Music, Nov. 10)

SONNY ROLLINS
“Freedom Suite” (1958 album; Concord)

THE 3 SOUNDS
“Out of This World” (1962 album; Hear here; Blue Note)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Clerks: Music From the Motion Picture” (20th anniversary of the 1994 album, making its debut on vinyl; remastered; two LPs; SRCvinyl)

MUDDY WATERS
“Muddy ‘Mississippi’ Waters Live” (1979 album; Friday Music, Nov. 10)

WEEZER
“Death to False Metal” (2010 album; SRCvinyl)

NOV. 18

BELLY
“Star” (1993 album; Plain)

THE BLACKBYRDS
“The Blackbyrds” (1974 album; Fantasy, Nov. 17)

CLARENCE CARTER
“The Best of Clarence Carter” (Friday Music, Nov. 17)

JOHNNY CASH
“The Christmas Spirit” (1963 album; Friday Music, Nov. 17)

JOHN COLTRANE
“Black Pearls” (1964 album; Fantasy)

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

DEEP PURPLE
“The Battle Rages On …” (1993 album; Friday Music, Nov. 17)

THE DICKIES
“1977 – A Night That Will Live In Infamy” (Whisky A Go Go performance, with bonus demos tracks), “Live When They Were Five” (1982 live performances; Cleopatra)

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
“Takin’ It to the Streets” (1975 album; remastered; Friday Music, Nov. 17)

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

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

MOTT THE HOOPLE
“All the Young Dudes” (1972 album; Drastic Plastic)

WILLIE NELSON
“Pretty Paper” (1979 Christmas album; Friday Music, Nov. 17)

ROLLINS BAND
“Life Time” (1987 album; 2.13.61)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Cocktail: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (1988 album; remastered; Friday Music, Nov. 17)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Soul Christmas” (1968 album; Rhino, Nov. 17; Read here)

NOV. 25

BOOKER T. & THE MG’S
“The Booker T. Set” (1969 album; Fantasy, Nov. 24)

50 CENT
“Get Rich or Die Tryin'” (2003 album; two LPs, with three bonus tracks; Interscope, Nov. 24)

COLEMAN HAWKINS
“At Ease With Coleman Hawkins” (1960 album; Concord, Nov. 24)

MIGHTY DIAMONDS
“Ice On Fire” (1977 album; Virgin / UMe, Nov. 24)

ANN PEEBLES
“Part Time Love” (1970 album; Fat Possum, Nov. 24)

THE UPSETTERS
“The Good, The Bad and the Upsetters” (1970 album; Hot Milk / Cherry Red, Nov. 24; Hear here)

DEC. 2

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

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

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

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

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)

DEC. 9

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

JAY-Z
“Vol. 2 … Hard Knock Life” (1998 album; Roc-a-Fella)

THELONIOUS MONK
“The Thelonious Monk Orchestra At Town Hall” (1959 album; Fantasy)

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

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

DEC. 16

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)

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

JAN. 6, 2015

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

JAN. 20, 2015

ROLLINS BAND
“Weight” (1994 album; Imago)

FEB. 24, 2015

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

APRIL 7, 2015

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

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

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