Here’s the full list of titles that we have on order. Open at 11am on Friday, November 26th.

Aerosmith “1971 – The Road Starts Here”

All Them Witches “Live on the Internet”

Art Pepper “Promise Kept: Complete Artists House Recordings”

Big Brother & The Holding Company “Combination Of The Two: Recorded Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival

Carole King “In Concert Live At The BBC, 1971”

CFCF “Continent”

Charlie Parker “Bird In LA”

Chuck Prophet “No Other Love”

Dire Straits “Encores”

Foo Fighers “Making A Fire” 7”

Gladiators “1983 – The Nighthawk EP”

Jackson Conti “Sujinho”

Jamiroquoi “Everybody’s Going To The Moon”

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit “Georgia Blue”

Jimi Hendrix Experience “Paris ‘67”

Joe Strummer “Johnny Appleseed”

John Carpenter “Ghosts Of Mars”

John Hicks Trio “Is That So?”

K.D. Lang “All You Can Eat”

Leonard Cohen “Songs of Love And Hate” (50th Anniversary White Vinyl)

Lou Reed & Kris Kristofferson “The Bottom Line Archive Series”

Louis Armstrong + The Wonderful World Of Louis Armstrong All Stars “Original Grooves: A Gift To Pops”

Matata “Independence”

Maxwell “Now”

Miles Davis “Live-Evil” (Teal Vinyl)

Mobb Deep “Free Agents”

Motörhead “The Lost Tapes Vol.1 (Live In Madrid 1995)”

Oneohtrix Point Never “Renditions I”

Os Brazoes “s/t”

Ozzy Osbourne “No More Tears” (Pic Disc)

Puscifer “Existential Reckoning: Live at Acrosanti”

RZA “Bobby Digital”

Saigon Kick “The Lizard”

Shangri-Las “The Best of the Red Bird and Mercury Recordings”

Sons Of Kemet “African Cosmology”

Soundtrack “Life Aquatic”

SourenBaronian “The Middle Eastern Soul of Carlee Records”

Sun Ra “Omniverse”

Swirlies “They Spent Their Wild Youthful Days In The Glittering World Of The Salons”

Tammi Terrell “The Irresistible”

The Freeze “Rabid Reaction”

The Staple Singers “The Twenty‐Fifth Day Of December”

The Wrens “Secaucus”

Thundercat “The Golden Age of Apocalypse”

U2 “Gloria”

Various ‎”Brazil Classics 1 – Beleza Tropical”

Various Artists “Tickets For Doomsday: Heavy Psychedelic Funk, Soul, Ballads & Dirges 1970-1975”