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Published on September 14th, 2014 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Sept. 16 and beyond)

SEPT. 16

THE BEACH BOYS
“Beach Boys Concert” (1964 album), “Friends” (1968 album), “20/20” (1969 album), “The Beach Boys in Concert” (1973 album; two LPs), “Beach Boys ’69 (The Beach Boys Live in London)” (1976 album), “Love You” (1977 album; Capitol)

BLUE ÖYSTER CULT
“Secret Treaties” (1974 album; remastered; Speakers Corner)

JAMES BROWN
“Get on Up: The James Brown Story – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (2014 biopic; Motown / UMe)

DMX
“Greatest Hits” (Cleopatra)

DR. JOHN
“High Priest of Psychedelic Voodoo [Box set]” (three LPs; Cleopatra)

THE FLAMIN’ GROOVIES
“Jumpin’ in the Night” (1979 album; 4 Men With Beards)

THE 4 SEASONS
“The 4 Seasons Sing Big Hits by Burt Bacharach / Hal David / Bob Dylan” (1965 album; JDC)

STAN GETZ
“Stan Getz With Guest Artist Laurindo Almeida” (1963 album; Doxy)

GRATEFUL DEAD
“Live at the Cow Palace, New Year’s Eve 1976” (Friday Music)

JIMI HENDRIX
“The Cry of Love” (1971 album), “Rainbow Bridge” (1971 album; Experience Hendrix / Legacy)

TINA LOUISE
“It’s Time for Tina” (1957 album; Cleopatra)

METHOD MAN
“Tical” (1994 album; remastered; Def Jam / UMe)

THELONIOUS MONK
“Straight, No Chaser” (1967 album; two LPs; Impex)

GRAHAM NASH
“Innocent Eyes” (1986 album; JDC)

PRETTY THINGS
“Parachute” (1970 album; Madfish)

PULP
“Different Class” (1995 album; Plain)

TODD RUNDGREN
“Initiation” (1975 album; JDC)

CECIL TAYLOR
“Live at the Cafe Montmartre” (1964 album; Doxy)

JOHN TEJADA
“Times Like This” (three-song EP; Hear here; Slices of Life)

THE TURTLES
“The Turtles 45 RPM Vinyl Singles Collection” (FloEdCo / Manifesto; seven hits, with B-sides)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Guardians of the Galaxy: Deluxe Vinyl Edition” (two LPs; includes “Awesome Mix Vol. 1,” a collection of songs featured in the film; Hollywood)

SEPT. 23

BLACK UHURU
“Red” (1981 album; Island)

DAVID BOWIE
“Knock On Wood – Live (40th Anniversary Picture Disc)” (1974 single; Rhino / Parlophone)

BURNING SPEAR
“Marcus Garvey” (1975 album; Island)

GARY CLARK JR.
“Gary Clark Jr. Live” (two LPs; Warner)

MILES DAVIS
“Nefertiti” (1968 album; Mobile Fidelity)

DONNY HATHAWAY
“The Best of Donny Hathaway” (1978 album; Friday Music)

JONI MITCHELL
“Hejira” (1976 album; Reprise)

MARIA MULDAUR
“Maria Muldaur” (1973 album; Exhibit; MP3)

STEEL PULSE
“Handsworth Revolution” (1978 album; Island)

THIRD WORLD
“Journey to Addis” (1978 album; Island)

FRED WESLEY AND THE J.B.’S
“Damn Right I’m Somebody” (1974 album; two LPs; Get on Down)

DWIGHT YOAKAM
“Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc.” (1986 album; remastered; Warner)

SEPT. 30

JAMES BROWN
“Live in New York” (1980 album; Cleopatra)

MILES DAVIS
“Miles Davis Quintet together with Gil Evans Orchestra at Carnegie Hall” (1961 album; two LPs; Doxy)

THE 4 SEASONS
“Sherry & 11 Others” (1962 album, with two bonus tracks; Doxy)

HOT TUNA
“Live at the Fillmore West 3rd July 1971” (two LPs; Keyhole)

JASON ISBELL
“Southeastern” (2013 album; Southeastern)

JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD
“Dig the Classics” (Warner)

ELTON JOHN
“Legendary Covers Album ’69 / ’70” (Cleopatra)

THE NOTTING HILLBILLIES
“Missing … Presumed Having a Good Time” (1990 album; remastered; Rhino)

OSCAR PETERSON
“Oscar Peterson: Exclusively for My Friends [Box set]” (six LPs; MPS)

KELLIE PICKLER
“The Woman in Me” (2013 album; Black River Entertainment)

FRANK ZAPPA
“Apostrophe [‘] (40th Anniversary Vinyl)” (1974 album; Zappa)

OCT. 7

NAT “KING” COLE AND HIS TRIO
“After Midnight” (1957 album; Wax Time)

FANTASTIC
“El Futuro” (La Societe Expedition)

ISAAC HAYES
“Black Moses” (1971 album; two LPs; Stax)

THE MONKEES
“The Monkees in Mono [Box set]” (contains the band’s first five albums; Friday Music)

GIL SCOTT-HERON
“Free Will” (1972 album; BGP)

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

OCT. 14

THE GUN CLUB
“Mother Juno” (1987 album; Bang)

OCT. 21

JULEE CRUISE
“Floating Into the Night” (1989 album; Plain)

STEVE EARLE
“Train a Comin’ “ (1995 album; Plain), “I Feel Alright” (1996 album; Plain)

WILSON PICKETT
“Hey Jude” (1969 album; 4 Men With Beards)

WILLIAM SHATNER
“The Transformed Man” (1968 album; DBK Works)

SLEATER-KINNEY
“Start Together: 1994-2006 [Box set]” (seven LPs, with a 44-page hardcover book; Sub Pop)

MATTHEW SWEET
“Girlfriend” (1991 album; Plain)

OCT. 28

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

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

NOV. 4

ROLLINS BAND
“Weight” (1994 album; Imago)

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)

NOV. 11

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

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

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

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)

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

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

NOV. 18

BELLY
“Star” (1993 album; Plain)

CLIFFORD BROWN
“Memorial” (1953 album; Concord)

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

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

NOV. 25

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

DEC. 2

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

DEC. 9

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

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