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Published on April 19th, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (April 21 and beyond)

APRIL 21, 2015

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

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

ROXY MUSIC
“Complete Studio Albums” (eight-LP box set; Virgin / UMe)

THE RUNAWAYS
“The Runaways Live: Agora Ballroom, Cleveland July 19, 1976” (Vinyl Lovers)

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

SCORPIONS
“Virgin Killer” (1976 album; 1980-gram vinyl; Audio Fidelity)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Napoleon Dynamite: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (2004 album; Lakeshore)

APRIL 28, 2015

ACCEPT
“Balls to the Wall” (1983 album; 180 gram white vinyl; Deadline)

TONY BENNETT / BILL EVANS
“The Complete Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Recordings” (four-LP box set; Concord)

CURTIS FULLER
“The Opener” (1957 album; Blue Note)

GENESIS
“A Trick of the Tail” (1976 album; 180-gram vinyl), “Wind & Wuthering” (1976 album; 180-gram vinyl), “… and then there were three” (1978 album; 180-gram vinyl), “Duke” (1980 album; 180-gram vinyl), “Abacab” (1981 album; 180-gram vinyl; Atlantic)

HERBIE HANCOCK
“The Prisoner” (1969 album; Blue Note)

JOE HENDERSON
“State of the Tenor, Live At The Village Vanguard Volume 1” (1986 album; Blue Note)

THE ISLEY BROTHERS
“The Heat Is On” (1975 album, featuring “Fight the Power”; 180-gram audiophile red vinyl; Friday Music)

MIKE OLDFIELD
“Tubular Bells” (1973 album; 180-gram heavyweight black vinyl, mastered by the Direct Metal Mastering technique; Rhino)

THE HORACE SILVER QUINTET PLUS J.J. JOHNSON
“The Cape Verdean Blues” (1965 album; Blue Note)

CECIL TAYLOR
“Conquistador!” (1967 album; Blue Note)

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

McCOY TYNER
“Time For Tyner” (1968 album; Blue Note)

MAY 5, 2015

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY
“Wow!” (1964 album; Wax Time)

CHET BAKER
“Chet Baker Sings It Could Happen To You” (1958 album; Wax Time)

TONY BENNETT
“Tony” (1957 album, with one bonus track; Wax Time)

JAMES BROWN AND THE FAMOUS FLAMES
“Think!” (1960 album; Wax Time)

THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET
“Jazz: Red, Hot and Cold” (1955 album, featuring Paul Desmond), “Newport 1958” (1958 album; Wax Time)

RAY CHARLES
“What I’d Say” (1959 album; Wax Time)

EDDIE COCHRAN
“Singin’ to My Baby” (1957 album; Wax Time)

JOHN COLTRANE
“Soultrane” (1958 album), “My Favorite Things” (1961 album, with one bonus track), “Lush Life” (1961 album), “Live At the Village Vanguard” (1962 album; Wax Time)

COUNT BASIE
“Basie Jazz” (1954 album; Wax Time)

THE CRYSTALS
“Twist Uptown” (1963 album; Wax Time)

MILES DAVIS
“Steamin'” (1951 album), “Birth of the Cool” (1957 album), “Miles Ahead” (1957 album), “Relaxin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet” (1958 album), “Kind of Blue” (1959 album), “Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet” (1959 album), “Live in Den Haag Featuring John Coltrane” (1960 album; Wax Time)

BILL EVANS
“Everybody Digs Bill Evans” (1959 album), “Peace Pieces” (1969 album, featuring Cannonball Adderley, with one bonus track; Wax Time)

GRANT GREEN
“Grant’s Corner” (1961 album), “Born To Be Blue” (1962 album, with two bonus tracks; Wax Time)

VINCE GUARALDI TRIO
“Vince Guaraldi Trio” (1956 album; Fantasy, May 4)

BILLIE HOLIDAY
“Velvet Mood” (1956 album, with one bonus track; Wax Time)

J.J. JOHNSON
“The Great Kai & J.J.” (1960 album, with Kai Winding, featuring one bonus track; Wax Time)

B.B. KING
“B.B. King Wails” (1960 album; Wax Time)

JULIE LONDON
“Julie” (1957 album, with one bonus track; Wax Time)

THELONIOUS MONK
“Thelonious Monk Plays the Music of Duke Ellington” (1955 album, with one bonus track), “Monk’s Music” (1957 album, featuring John Coltrane and Coleman Hawkins; Wax Time), “At The Blackhawk” (1960 album; Fantasy, May 4)

GERRY MULLIGAN
“What Is There to Say?” (1959 album), “Gerry Mulligan Meets Johnny Hodges” (1960 album; Wax Time)

N.W.A. AND THE POSSE
“N.W.A. and The Posse” (1987 album; limited-edition 3D cover; Capitol / UMe, May 4)

OSCAR PETERSON
“A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra” (1959 album; Wax Time)

SONNY ROLLINS
“Worktime” (1955 album), “The Bridge” (1962 album; Wax Time)

NINA SIMONE
“Nina Simone and Her Friends” (1957 album, with one bonus track; Wax Time)

THE ART TATUM-BEN WEBSTER QUARTET
“The Art Tatum-Ben Webster Quartet” (1956 album; Wax Time)

CLARK TERRY WITH THELONIOUS MONK
“In Orbit” (1958 album; Fantasy, May 4)

DINAH WASHINGTON
“In the Land of Hi-fi” (1956 album, featuring Cannonball Adderley, with two bonus tracks; Wax Time)

BEN WATSON / OSCAR PETERSON
“Ben Watson Meets Oscar Peterson” (1959 album; Wax Time)

MARY WELLS
“The One Who Really Loves You” (1962 album, with four bonus tracks; Wax Time)

JACKIE WILSON
“So Much” (1959 album, with two bonus tracks), “Jackie Sings the Blues” (1960 album; Wax Time)

MAY 12, 2015

QUEEN
“Queen Forever” (four-LP box set with a bonus 12″ single, a William Orbit mix of Freddie Mercury track “Let Me In Your Heart Again”; Hollywood)

STYX
“The A&M Albums 1975-1984” (nine-LP box set; A&M / UMe)

PETER TOSH & FRIENDS
“An Upsetters Showcase” (green translucent vinyl; produced by Lee Scratch Perry; Cleopatra)

MAY 19, 2015

D’ANGELO
“Brown Sugar” (1995 album; Virgin / UMe)

MARVIN GAYE
“Marvin Gaye Volume One, 1961-1965” (seven-LP box set; Motown / UMe)

DAN HARTMAN
“Instant Replay” (1978 album; 180-gram red audiophile vinyl; Friday Music)

GORDON LIGHTFOOT
“Sundown” (1974 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl; Friday Music)

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

SOUNDGARDEN
“Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across the Path” (six-LP picture disc; 2014 compilation; A&M / UMe)

EDGAR WINTER’S WHITE TRASH
“Roadwork” (1972 album; 180-gram audiophile white vinyl; Friday Music)

NEIL YOUNG
“Cow Palace 1986: Volume Two” (KLOS-FM broadcast from Brisbane, Calif., on Nov. 21, 1986; U.K. – Let Them Eat Vinyl, May 18)

MAY 26, 2015

ART BLAKELY QUINTET
“A Night At Birdland Vol. 1” (1954 album; Blue Note)

GRANT GREEN
“I Want To Hold Your Hand” (1965 album; Blue Note)

BOBBY HUTCHERSON
“Components” (1965 album; Blue Note)

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

LEE MORGAN
“Search for the New Land” (1964 album; Blue Note)

BUD POWELL
“The Scene Changes” (1959 album; Blue Note)

LINK WRAY
“White Lightning: Lost Cadence Sessions ’58” (Sundazed)

YES
“The Yes Album” (1971 album; 180-gram audiophile vinyl box set; double album plus 45 RPM LP; Friday Music)

JUNE 2, 2015

CLAP YOUR HANDS SAY YEAH
“Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (10th Anniversary Edition LP)” (2005 album; remastered for vinyl by TW Walsh; CYHSY Inc.)

JUNE 9, 2015

THE BAND
“The Capitol Albums 1968-1977” (eight-LP box set; Capitol / UMe)

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

RICK JAMES
“Street Songs” (1981 album; Motown / UMe)

JOHN LENNON
“Lennon” (8 LP Signature box set; Capitol / UMe)

SOFT MACHINE
“Drop” (recorded live during their German tour in the fall of 1971; 180-gram heavyweight vinyl; Sireena)

JUNE 16, 2015

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

FRANK SINATRA
“Watertown” (1969 album; Capitol / UMe)

JUNE 23, 2015

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“O Brother, Where Art Thou?” (2000 album; picture disc; Lost Highway / UMe)

JUNE 30, 2015

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

JULY 10, 2015

BRUCE HORNSBY AND THE RANGE
“The Way It Is” (1986 album; Exhibit, July 7)

THE ROLLING STONES
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 50th Anniversary Edition” (limited-edition 12-inch vinyl single; ABKCO)

JULY 17, 2015

THE CRANBERRIES
“No Need to Argue” (1994 album; 180-gram vinyl; Plain)

JULY 21, 2015

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

AUG. 4, 2015

THE PRETENDERS
“Pretenders: The Vinyl Collection 1979-1999” (nine-LP box set; U.K. – Demon Music Group, Aug. 3)

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)

OCT. 20, 2015

RUSH
“Power Windows” (1985 album; Mercury / UMe)

NOV. 17, 2015

RUSH
“Hold Your Fire” (1987 album; Mercury / UMe)

DEC. 1, 2015

RUSH
“A Show of Hands” (1989 album; Mercury / UMe)

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