Vinyl

Published on November 1st, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Oct. 30-Nov. 5 and Beyond)

OCT. 30, 2015

JEFF BECK, TIM BOGERT & CARMEN APPICE
“Beck, Bogert & Appice” (1973 album; 180-gram audiophile blue vinyl, tri-fold cover; Friday Music)

BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS
“BS&T 4” (1971 album; 180-gram audiophile blue vinyl, tri-fold cover; Friday Music)

THE BLUES BROTHERS, ET AL
“The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording)” (1980 album; Friday Music)

MILES DAVIS
“Blue Moods” (1955 album; Original Jazz Classics)

GEORGE DUKE
“George Duke: The Era Will Prevail – The MPS Studio Years 1973-1976” (seven complete albums; MP3; MPS)

EELS
“The Complete DreamWorks Albums” (eight-LP box set; Geffen / UMe)

PETER GABRIEL
“Peter Gabriel 1” (1977 album), “Peter Gabriel 2” (1978 album), “Peter Gabriel 3” (1980 album), “Peter Gabriel 4” (1982 album; each two-LP release is half-speed remastered; Real World Productions)

VINCE GUARALDI
“Charlie Brown’s Holiday Hits” (1998 compilation; Fantasy)

THE OFFSPRING
“Ixnay on the Hombre” (1997 album; 180-gram olive green color vinyl; ORG Music)

POINTER SISTERS
“Having a Party” (1977 album; Universal / UMe)

BOZ SCAGGS
“Greatest Hits Live” (1996 album; Gray Cat)

SIMPLE MINDS
“The Vinyl Collection (79,84)” (seven-LP box set; U.K. – EMI)

THE WHO
“Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970” (three LPs; Eagle Rock)

THE WHO
“The Track Records Singles” (box set containing 15 vinyl singles; Geffen / UMe)

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NOV. 6, 2015

RAY CONNIFF AND THE RAY CONNIFF SINGERS
“We Wish You a Merry Christmas” (1962 album; 180-gram audiophile white vinyl, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

JOHN DENVER
“Rocky Mountain Christmas” (1975 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue vinyl, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

EMMYLOU HARRIS
“Profile: Best of Emmylou Harris” (1978 compilation; Rhino / Warner)

GENE KELLY, DEBBIE REYNOLDS, DONALD O’CONNOR, ET AL
“Singin’ in the Rain (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (1952 album; WaterTower Music)

JOHNNY MATHIS
“Sending You a Little Christmas” (2013 album; Friday Music)

RUSH
“Counterparts” (1993 album), “Test for Echo” (1996 album; Atlantic)

ANDY WILLIAMS
“The Andy Williams Christmas Album” (1963 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent red vinyl, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

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NOV. 13, 2015

ATMOSPHERE
“You Can’t Imagine How Much Fun We’re Having (10 Year Anniversary Edition)” (2003 album; four LPs, red and green vinyl; Rhymesayers)

DAVID BOWIE
“Golden Years (40th Anniversary 7″ Picture Disc)” (1975 single, with the B-side “Station to Station”; Rhino / Parlophone)

NEKO CASE
“Truckdriver, Gladiator, Mule” (nine-LP, career-spanning box set, with an 80-page full color photography book designed and curated by Case, vinyl slipmat with illustration by Case and a custom storage box; See here; ANTI- / Epitaph)

CHICAGO
“The Kentucky Derby: Louisville 1974” (two LPs; Rock Classics)

JOHN COLTRANE
“Coltrane’s Sound” (1964 album; 180-gram double LP 45 RPM reissue; ORG Music)

DURAN DURAN
“Seven and the Ragged Tiger” (1983 album; two-LP 180-gram vinyl), “Notorious” (1986 album; two-LP 180-gram vinyl), “Big Thing” (1988 album; two-LP 180-gram vinyl; Parlophone)

MARVIN GAYE
“Marvin Gaye Volume Two 1966-1970” (seven-LP box set; Motown / UMe)

BRUCE HORNSBY AND THE RANGE
“The Way It Is” (1986 album; Exhibit, Nov. 17)

PAT METHENY GROUP
“Pat Metheny Group” (1977 album), “American Garage” (1979 album), “Offramp” (1982 album; ECM)

PARAMORE
“All We Know Is Falling” (2005 album), “Riot!” (2007 album), “Brand New Eyes” (2009 album; Fueled By Ramen)

CHARLIE PARKER
“The Complete Savoy Dial Recordings” (10-LP box set; Savoy)

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS
“Southern Accents in the Sunshine State, Volume 1” (two LPs), “Southern Accents in the Sunshine State, Volume 2” (two LPs; Let Them Eat Vinyl)

RAMONES
“The Buffalo Bop: 1979 Broadcast” (Let Them Eat Vinyl)

THE REFRESHMENTS
“Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy” (1996 album; Mercury / UMe)

BOZ SCAGGS
“But Beautiful” (2003 album; Gray Cat)

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
“1978 Roxy Night Vol. 1” (double vinyl), “1978 Roxy Night Vol. 2” (double vinyl; Let Them Eat Vinyl)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“A Christmas Gift for You from Philles Records” (1963 album; Sundazed)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Original Soundtrack)” (2003 album), “Kill Bill Vol. 2 (Original Soundtrack)” (2004 album; Warner)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Natural Born Killers” (1994 soundtrack album; two LPs; Interscope / UMe)

WANG CHUNG
“To Live and Die in L.A.” (1985 soundtrack album; Geffen / UMe)

NOV. 20, 2015

HERB ALPERT & THE TIJUANA BRASS
“Whipped Cream & Other Delights” (1965 album; 50th anniversary edition), “Christmas Album” (1968 album; Herb Alpert Presents)

ANDREA BOCELLI
“The Complete Pop Vinyl Albums Box Set” (14 LPs; Verve)

DAVID BOWIE
“Hours …” (1999 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue vinyl, tri-fold cover; Friday Music)

THE CHURCH
“Starfish” (1988 album; translucent green vinyl; Plain)

KURT COBAIN
“And I Love Her / Sappy (Early Demo)” (45 RPM 7-inch vinyl single; Geffen / UMe)

FATBOY SLIM
“Palookaville” (2004 album; Skint)

VINCE GUARALDI
“The Definitive Vince Guaraldi” (four-LP box set; Fantasy)

JACK JOHNSON AND FRIENDS
“Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George” (2006 album; Brushfire)

LED ZEPPELIN
“Mothership” (2007 compilation; four-LP 180-gram vinyl box set; Swan Song / Atlantic)

MECO
“Music Inspired By Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk” (1977 album; Mercury / UMe)

NIRVANA
“Nirvana” (2002 compilation; 14 songs on 200-gram vinyl audiophile 45RPM, with digital download card; Geffen / UMe)

SONNY ROLLINS
“What’s New?” (1962 album; ORG Music)

FRANK SINATRA
“Sinatra ’65” (1965 album), “September of My Years” (1965 album), “Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music” (1965 album; Reprise)

SINGLE GUN THEORY
“Millions, like stars in my hands, the daggers in my heart wage war” (1991 album; with download card; Nettwerk)

NOV. 27, 2015

DAVID BOWIE
“Outside” (1995 album; Friday Music)

MICHAEL JACKSON
“Dangerous” (1991 album; two LPs; Epic / Legacy)

MAROON 5
“Songs About Jane” (2002 album; Brookvale)

GARY MOORE
“Back on the Streets” (1978 album; Secret)

NEW ORDER
“Music Complete” (2015 album; eight-LP colored vinyl box set; Mute)

DEC. 4, 2015

THE BLACK CROWES
“Shake Your Money Maker” (1990 album), “The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion” (1992 album), “Amorica” (1994 album; American / UMe)

ERIC CLAPTON
“The Studio Album Collection” (box set; Polydor / UMe)

CREAM
“The Singles 1967-1970” (vinyl box set contains 10 7-inch singles; Read here; Polydor / UMe)

JIMMY EAT WORLD
“Static Prevails” (1996 album; double LP, with two bonus tracks), “Clarity” (1999 album; double LP, with two bonus tracks; Capitol / UMe), “Futures” (2004 album; Interscope / UMe)

MARK LANEGAN
“One Way Street: The Sub Pop Albums” (six-LP box set, 180-gram vinyl; includes download cards; Sub Pop)

RAMMSTEIN
“The Studio Albums Vinyl Box” (eight LPs; Republic / UMe)

RUSH
“Grace Under Pressure” (1984 album), “Power Windows” (1985 album; Mercury / UMe)

SPARKS
“The Island Years” (five-LP box set; Island / UMe)

DEC. 11, 2015

CHICAGO
“Chicago 17” (1984 album, featuring “Hard Habit to Break,” “You’re the Inspiration” and “Stay the Night”; Friday Music)

CONFLICT
“There Must Be Another Way: The Singles” (two LPs; Jungle)

D’ANGELO
“Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show” (1998 album; Virgin)

DON HENLEY
“Don’t Look Back: 1985 Radio Broadcast” (Let Them Eat Vinyl)

CHRIS ISAAK
“Best of Chris Isaak” (2006 compilation; Mailboat)

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
“Jefferson Airplane Takes Off” (1966 album), “Surrealistic Pillow” (1967 album; Friday Music)

GORDON LIGHTFOOT
“If You Could Read My Mind” (1970 album; Friday Music)

GARY NUMAN
“Replicas” (1978 album, billed as Tubeway Army), “The Pleasure Principle” (1979 album, featuring “Cars”; Beggars Banquet)

PANTERA
“The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000” (five-LP box set; Rhino)

RUSH
“Hold Your Fire” (1987 album), “A Show of Hands” (1989 album; Mercury / UMe)

BOZ SCAGGS
“Dig” (2001 album; Gray Cat)

SLIGHTLY STOOPID
“Everything You Need” (2003 album; yellow vinyl; Surfdog)

SPOON
“Gimme Fiction (Deluxe Edition)” (2005 album; with 12 previously unreleased demos; Merge)

UB40
“UB40 Live, Volume 1” (recorded at London’s O2 Arena on Dec. 12, 2009), “UB40 Live, Volume 2” (Let Them Eat Vinyl)

SUZANNE VEGA
“Solitude Standing: Live At The Barbican Volume 1,” “Solitude Standing: Live At The Barbican Volume 2” (25th anniversary concert from Oct. 16, 2012; Let Them Eat Vinyl)

AMY WINEHOUSE
“Amy Winehouse: The Collection” (eight-LP box set; Island / UMe)

DEC. 25, 2015

JOHN CAFFERTY & THE BEAVER BROWN BAND
“Eddie & The Cruisers” (1983 soundtrack album; Audio Fidelity)

JAN. 8, 2016

ELVIS PRESLEY
“Raised on Rock/For Ol’ Times Sake” (1973 album; 180-gram audiophile clear vinyl, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

JOHN WILLIAMS
“Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection” (11-LP 180-gram vinyl box set; Sony Classical)

JAN. 15, 2016

CIBO MATTO
“Viva! La Woman” (1996 album; Rhino / Warner, Jan. 19)

THE CRANBERRIES
“Bury the Hacket” (1999 album; Plain)

EARTH, WIND & FIRE
“I Am” (1979 album; 180-gram audiophile red vinyl, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

LEON REDBONE
“Champagne Charlie” (1978 album; Exhibit, Jan. 19)

RUSH
“Feedback” (2004 album), “Snakes & Arrows” (2007 album; Atlantic)

JOHN SEBASTIAN
“John B. Sebastian” (1970 album; Exhibit, Jan. 19)

WEEN
“God Ween Satan” (1990 album; pink and blue vinyl), “12 Golden Country Greats” (1996 album; marbled brown vinyl; Plain)

FEB. 5, 2016

DEREK & THE DOMINOS
“Live Album Collection” (Polydor)

FEB. 19, 2016

THE BREEDERS
“Last Splash” (1993 album; red vinyl; Plain)

BUTTHOLE SURFERS
“Electriclarryland” (1996 album; Plain)

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD.
“Second Edition.” (the 1979 album “Metal Box,” reissued as “Second Edition” in 1980; clear vinyl; 4 Men With Beards)

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