Vinyl Vinyl Releases 2.14.2020

Published on February 16th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Feb. 14-20 and Beyond)

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

FEB. 14 RELEASES

ASH
“Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years of Ash” (22-song, double-vinyl collection; On Tour; Echo / BMG Rights Management)

DAVID BOWIE
“Alabama Song (40th Anniversary)” (1980 single; 7″ Picture Disc; B-side features two previously unreleased tracks, live versions of “Joe the Lion” and “Alabama Song” at Earls Court in 1978; See here; Merch; Rhino / Parlophone)

CELINE DION
“Courage” (2019 album; 140-gram translucent ruby-colored vinyl, with 16-page insert; Hear here; On Tour; Columbia)

BARBARA EDEN
“Miss Barbara Eden” (1967 album; remastered by Mike Milchner at SonicVision; pink-colored vinyl; its first vinyl release since its original issue; Merch; Real Gone Music)

GRATEFUL DEAD
“Dick’s Picks Volume Twenty-Four: Cow Palace Daly City, CA 3/23/74” (four-LP set; Merch; Real Gone Music)

DAVID GRAY
“White Ladder (20th Anniversary Edition)” (2000 album, featuring “Babylon”; it was actually released in November 1998 and did not chart but was re-released on ATO in May 2000; remastered double vinyl, with two LPs of previously unreleased and rare B-sides and demos; See here; On Tour; iht)

THE GUESS WHO
“American Woman (50th Anniversary Edition)” (1970 album; blue-colored vinyl; Amazon.ca; Sony Music Canada)

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES
“Our Kind of Soul” (2004 album; On Tour; Friday Music)

HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS
“Weather” (producers: Huey Lewis & The News; mixed by Bob Clearmountain; first single: “While We’re Young”; Hear here; Read here; BMG Rights Management)

TIM McGRAW
“The Biggest Hits” (11 songs; On Tour; Merch; Curb)

ELVIS PRESLEY
“Good Times” (1974 album, featuring “I’ve Got a Thing About You Baby” and “My Boy”; Merch; Friday Music)

REO SPEEDWAGON
“The Hits” (1988 compilation; 180-gram platinum swirl audiophile vinyl; See here; Blue Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

RINGO STARR
“Ringo the 4th” (1977 album, produced by Arif Mardin; 180-gram translucent Valentine’s Day red audiophile vinyl; See here; Translucent Gold Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

TAME IMPALA
“The Slow Rush” (forest-green vinyl; new single: “It Might Be Time”; Hear here; See here; Read here; FYE-Exclusive Red & Blue Vinyl; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Vinyl, red and yellow swirled; Merch; Modular Recordings / Interscope)

TOWNES VAN ZANDT
“Townes Van Zandt (50th Anniversary Edition)” (1969 album; 180-gram remastered vinyl, tip-on jacket; lyrics included; Fat Possum)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Cats (Complete Original Broadway Cast Recording)” (1983 album; double vinyl; Deutsche Grammophon)

THE WONDER YEARS
“Burst & Decay (Volume II)” (seven-song EP; On Tour; Hopeless)

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FEB. 21 RELEASES

BEAT HAPPENING
“We Are Beat Happening” (seven-LP box set; newly remastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road Studios; Domino)

NENEH CHERRY
“Raw Like Sushi (30th Anniversary Edition)” (1989 album, featuring “Buffalo Stance”; remastered three-LP set includes rare mixes by Massive Attack, Arthur Baker, Smith N Mighty, etc., and a 48-page 12 x 12 book; See here; Standard Vinyl; Virgin / UMe)

SELENA GOMEZ
“Rare” (her first album since 2015’s “Revival,” released on CD/digital on Jan. 10; new single: “Look At Her Now”; See here; Merch; Interscope)

TOM JONES
“The World of Tom Jones” (1970 compilation; 12 songs; On Tour; Decca)

SIMON & GARFUNKEL
“Bridge Over Troubled Water” (50th anniversary gold-colored vinyl LP pressing; Merch; Sony UK)

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
“18 Tracks” (1999 compilation) , “Live in New York City” (2001 album) , “The Rising” (2002 album; See here) , “Devils & Dust” (2005 album; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

THE STAPLE SINGERS
“Come Go With Me: The Stax Collection” (seven-LP box set features six studio albums, B-sides and live tracks; heavyweight 180-gram vinyl pressed at Memphis Record Pressing, available in hi-res 24-bit/192 kHz and 24-bit/96 kHz formats for the first time; includes deluxe booklet with archival photos and new liner notes; Craft Recordings / Concord)

THE STROKES
“Is This It” (2001 album, featuring “Last Nite,” “Someday” and “Hard to Explain”; white vinyl; See here) , “Room on Fire” (2003 album, featuring “12:51,” “Reptilia” and “The End Has No End”; red- and yellow-colored vinyl; See here) , “First Impressions of Earth” (2006 album, featuring “Juicebox,” “Heart in a Cage” and “You Only Live Once”; silver vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; RCA)

THIN LIZZY
“Nightlife” (1974 album) , “Fighting” (1975 album) , “Jailbreak” (1976 album, featuring “The Boys Are Back in Town,” “Jailbreak” and “Cowboy Song”; Mercury / UMe)

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FEB. 28 RELEASES

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
“Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection” (10-LP, career-spanning box set, featuring their classics, rarities and live tracks; Amazon.ca; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

JOHN DENVER
“John Denver’s Greatest Hits Volume 2” (1977 compilation; translucent gold and blue swirl vinyl; Friday Music)

GRANT GREEN
“Nigeria” (recorded in 1962 and released in 1980; with Sonny Clark on piano, Sam Jones on bass and Art Blakey on drums; Blue Note / UMe)

HOT TUNA
“Burgers” (1972 album; 180-gram translucent blue audiophile vinyl; Purple Swirl Vinyl; Merch; Friday Music)

BOB MARLEY
“Soul Rebel” (12-song compilation of Lee Perry sessions; limited-edition green vinyl; Hear here; Merch; Goldenlane / Cleopatra)

CHARLIE PARKER
“The Savoy 10-Inch LP Collection” (four-LP deluxe box set celebrating his 100th birthday on March 12; See here; Download; Apple Music; Merch; Craft Recordings / Concord)

ROBERT PLANT
“Digging Deep” (7-inch singles box set, featuring 16 A-sides and rare B-sides spanning three decades; See here; On Tour; Rhino / EsParanza / Atlantic)

LEO SAYER
“Another Year” (1975 album) , “Endless Flight” (1976 album, featuring “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing,” “When I Need You” and “How Much Love”; See here) , “Thunder In My Heart” (1977 album, featuring “Thunder In My Heart” and “Easy to Love”) , “Leo Sayer” (1978 album; On Tour; Demon)

JAMES TAYLOR
“American Standard” (producers: Taylor, Dave O’Donnell, John Pizzarelli; first single: “Teach Me Tonight”; Hear here; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Metallic Gold Vinyl; On Tour, with Bonnie Raitt; Merch; Fantasy / Concord)

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MARCH 6 RELEASES

MAX ARUJ & STEFFAN THUM
“Crawl (Music From the Motion Picture)” (2019 film; See here; Read here; Rusted Wave)

THE CRANBERRIES
“Dreams: The Collection” (11 songs; Amazon UK; Spectrum / UMe)

JEFFERSON STARSHIP
“Freedom At Point Zero” (1979 album, featuring “Jane”; 180-gram translucent orange vinyl; Hear here; Friday Music)

PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS
“The Spirit of ’67” (1966 album, featuring “Hungry,” “Good Thing” and “The Great Airplane Strike”; red, white and blue swirl vinyl; Friday Music)

CARLY SIMON
“No Secrets” (1972 album, featuring “You’re So Vain” and “The Right Thing to Do”; remastered; See here; Speakers Corner)

10,000 MANIACS
“Twice Told Tales” (2015 album; white vinyl LP pressing; On Tour; Cleopatra)

2PAC
“Me Against the World” (1995 album, featuring “Dear Mama,” “So Many Tears” and “Temptations”; 25th anniversary edition; See here; Merch; Interscope / UMe)

MARCH 13 RELEASES

ABBA
“Live at Wembley Arena” (November 1979 show, released on CD in 2014; half-speed mastered at Abbey Road Studios by Miles Showell; three-LP set; Merch; Polar / UMe)

ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID
“Sun City” (1985 album, produced by Steven Van Zandt and Arthur Baker; See here; UMe)

BRIAN BLADE
“Brian Blade Fellowship” (1998 album, produced by Daniel Lanois; Blue Note / UMe)

ELVIN JONES
“Mr. Jones” (1972 album; Blue Note / UMe)

MICHAEL NESMITH WITH RED RHODES
“Cosmic Partners: The McCabe’s Tapes” (recorded at McCabe’s in Santa Monica, CA, on Aug. 18, 1973; electric blue vinyl; 7a)

RAE SREMMURD
“SremmLife” (2014 album; double translucent red vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Eardruma / Interscope / UMe)

SPICE GIRLS
“Spiceworld” (1997 album, featuring “Spice Up Your Life”; 180-gram black vinyl; See here) , “The Greatest Hits” (2007 compilation, featuring “Wannabe,” “2 Become 1,” “Say You’ll Be There” and “Spice Up Your Life”; 180-gram black vinyl; See here; Virgin / UMe)

TEARS FOR FEARS
“Songs From the Big Chair” (1985 album, featuring “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,” “Shout,” “Mothers Talk” and “Head over Heels”; Picture Disc; See here; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

MARCH 20 RELEASES

THE BOX TOPS
“Soul Deep: Best of The Box Tops” (transparent yellow-colored vinyl; Music on Vinyl)

JOLIE HOLLAND
“Escondida” (2004 debut album; pressed on 140-gram double vinyl at 45rpm for optimum audio quality; Hear here; Cinquefoil)

BILLY JOEL
“Greatest Hits Volume III” (1997 compilation; 17 songs; 180-gram translucent red vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

ELVIS PRESLEY
“From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee” (1976 album, featuring “Hurt”; burgundy red vinyl; Merch; Friday Music)

SANTANA
“Borboletta” (1974 album; 180-gram translucent blue vinyl, mastered by Joe Reagoso; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

MARCH 27 RELEASES

DUANE ALLMAN & GREGG ALLMAN
“Duane & Gregg” (September 1968 recording session for Scott Boyer, David Brown and ABB drummer Butch Trucks’ band the 31st of February; these demo sessions for their second, unreleased album feature probably the earliest versions of Gregg’s hit “Melissa,” and would be released as “Duane & Gregg” in May 1972; Allman Brothers Recording Company)

ALLMAN JOYS (featuring Duane and Gregg Allman)
“Allman Joys” (1966 album; Allman Brothers Recording Company)

ROY AYERS
“Virgin Ubiquity II: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981” (Hear/read here; BBE Music)

JIMI HENDRIX
“Band of Gypsys” (1970 live album; released on 180-gram vinyl for the first time in the U.S., includes an 8-page booklet and reprint of a classic Capitol Records poster; remastered from the original tapes by producer Eddie Kramer; Read here; Amazon UK; Amazon.ca; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

PARIS HILTON
“Paris” (2006 debut album, featuring “Stars Are Blind”; maroon and blonde marbled vinyl edition; See here; Amazon UK; Amazon.ca; Real Gone Music)

HOUR GLASS (featuring Duane and Gregg Allman)
“Hour Glass” (1967 album) , “Power of Love” (1968 album; Allman Brothers Recording Company)

PEARL JAM
“Gigaton” (new single: “Dance of the Clairvoyants”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Monkeywrench / Republic)

CAT STEVENS
“Matthew & Son” (1967 album) , “New Masters” (1967 album; both reissues feature restored artwork and newly “de-mixed” re-enhanced mixes; Read here; Decca / UMe)

DONNA SUMMER
“She Works Hard for the Money” (1983 album, featuring “She Works Hard for the Money” and “Unconditional Love”; translucent yellow vinyl; See here; Merch; LMLR)

JAMES TAYLOR
“Greatest Hits” (1976 compilation; 180-gram vinyl; remastered; On Tour, with Bonnie Raitt; Merch; Fantasy / Concord)

JOHN WILLIAMS
“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (opened in theaters on Dec. 20; See here; Fandango; Merch; Walt Disney)

APRIL 3 RELEASES

SAM COOKE
“Sam Cooke At the Copa” (1964 album; remastered) , “Ain’t That Good News” (1964 album; his final studio LP; remastered; Hear here) , “Keep Movin’ On” (23-song compilation from 2001; two 180-gram vinyl LPs; remastered; Read here; Merch; ABKCO)

MARILLION
“Script for a Jester’s Tear (Deluxe Edition)” (1983 album; four-LP box set includes a newly remixed stereo version, plus the “Market Square Heroes” EP and an unreleased live show at London’s Marquee Club from Dec. 29, 1982; Blu-ray Audio; Merch; Rhino / Parlophone)

JONI MITCHELL
“Shine” (2007 album, featuring “One Week Last Summer,” which won the 2008 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance; her final LP makes its vinyl debut, pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI; Hear here; Hear Music)

RARE EARTH
“Rare Earth in Concert” (1971 album; opaque olive green vinyl; On Tour; Culture Factory)

NINA SIMONE
“Fodder On My Wings” (1982 album; remastered, with three bonus tracks, including “I Sing Just To Know That I’m Alive”; Hear here; Read here; Verve / UMe)

TOTO
“Toto” (1978 album, featuring “Hold the Line,” “I’ll Supply the Love” and “Georgy Porgy”) , “Hydra” (1979 album, featuring “99”) , “Turn Back” (1981 album) , “Old Is New” (2018 album; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

APRIL 10 RELEASES

CAMILA CABELLO
“Romance” (new single: “Cry for Me”; Hear here; Read here; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Translucent Red Vinyl; On Tour; Syco Music / Epic)

RARE EARTH
“Generation” (1969 soundtrack; hot pink opaque vinyl; On Tour; Culture Factory)

APRIL 17 RELEASES

CHARLES MINGUS
“Mingus Ah Um” (1959 album; mastered from the original master tapes, pressed at RTI on MoFi SuperVinyl, with foil-stamped jackets; Mobile Fidelity)

MAY 1 RELEASES

CHARLIE PARKER
“The Magnificent Charlie Parker” (1951 album on 12-inch yellow LP with classic David Stone Martin cover; Merch; Verve / UMe)

SAM SMITH
“To Die For” (guests: Ilya, Steve Mac, StarGate, Jimmy Napes, Tim Blacksmith, Lotus IV, DannyD, etc.; new single: “To Die For”; See here; Target-Exclusive Splatter Vinyl; Capitol)

MAY 8 RELEASES

MICKY DOLENZ
“Live in Japan” (1982 tour, with five bonus tracks and a 24-page color booklet; splatter vinyl; Amazon UK; 7a)

SILVERCHAIR
“Frogstomp” (1995 album; silver-colored vinyl; See here; srcvinyl)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack (25th Anniversary Edition: Box of Chocolates Brown Vinyl)” (1994 album; 32 songs on three LPs; 25th Anniversary Edition: Metallic Silver Vinyl; Bubba Gump Shrimp Pink Vinyl; srcvinyl)

MAY 29 RELEASES

THE CRANBERRIES
“Something Else” (2017 album; the band’s final studio album with the late Dolores O’Riordan; BMG Rights Management)






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