Archive for the Rock n Roll Category
Originally released in 1972, Excalibur is the second solo title from Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Tom Fogerty. Full of bluesy hooks, the album features a who’s who of ’70s Bay Area musicians, including the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia on lead guitar, keyboardist Merl Saunders, bassist John Kahn and drummer Bill Vitt. […]
Originally released in 1972, Cosmo – the only solo effort from Creedence Clearwater Revival’s drummer Doug “Cosmo” Clifford – was recorded not long after the breakup of the legendary Bay Area band. Encompassing elements of country and R&B, plus plenty of up-tempo hooks, Cosmo includes eight original compositions, plus covers […]
NEVER BEFORE AVAILABLE ON VINYL Housed in a Stoughton old style tip-on gatefold jacket with insert and photos by Danny Clinch. Thirteen track collection of rarities, which includes an alternate mix of the Top 20 single “No Rain” as well as covers of Steppenwolf’s “The Pusher” and John Lennon’s “John […]
High-end audiophile 50th Anniversary edition with restored original lenticular cover and bespoke fold out packaging. Stunning four disc deluxe package. Features both 180-gram LP and hybrid SACD versions of the mono and stereo album. Limited edition pressing and hand-numbered sleeves. Both recordings newly remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering. […]
O, originally released in the summer of 2002, was one of the last albums to build a true word-of-mouth following before widespread streaming. Peaking at number 8 in the UK, the seminal O is available on vinyl for the very first time. This version is extended to 16 tracks, and […]
An early/mid-1970s group that sound like a hybrid between T-Rex and Big Star, might sound like a band that should be universally adored but Memphis’ Zuider Zee have remained something of an untapped curiosity. Until now. With this first time release of the album Zeenith, recorded between 1972 and ’74 […]
Repress! On the fourth album, Tony McPhee confronts another difficult subject: the introspective vision of the mind of a schizophrenic. The album begins decisively and angry, almost with a desire to violate and demoralize clean and lined buildings of the British blues. Another milestone of ’70s British rock. Original pasted […]
Storm Boy – his ninth studio album, and first solo album in six years – showcases his incomparable songwriting craftsmanship and is an impressive addition to his ever-growing legacy. For fans of Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Ray LaMontatagne,G Love and Special Sauce.
Part Of The Light, Ray LaMontagne’s seventh studio album. Available here on 150 Gram Clear Colored LP. Ray LaMontagne’s seventh studio album Part Of The Light. Featuring the single “Such A Simple Thing”.
Pink Floyd’s live album, Pulse. Available here as a Four-LP Boxset. Pulse, originally released in 1995, was compiled by James Guthrie, using various performances from the band’s 1994 Division Bell tour across the UK and Europe featuring David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album includes ‘The Dark Side […]
Pink Floyd’s first ‘compilation’ album Relics. Available here on LP. Includes singles, B-sides, tracks from their first three albums ‘The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn’, ‘A Saucerful of Secrets’ and ‘More’. Also, the then-previously unreleased Roger Waters song, Biding My Time, recorded in July 1969 and first released on […]
The Creation’s only LP, cut from the original mono masters for the first time since 1967. Producer Shel Talmy masterfully captured every bow scrape, tom rattle, and mod growl before the UK quartet imploded after two brilliant, but short years. Originally issued only in Germany, We Are Paintermen collects the […]
Just before entering the chart with their one big British hit “Kites” Simon Dupree & The Big Sound released the album Without Reservations. The Scottish psychedelic band combining a lot of different music on the album, including their blue-eyed soul, ska and pop. Their creativeness can be found in the […]
‘American Utopia’ is the first solo record in 14 years from iconic polymath David Byrne. The album comes as part of a larger project entitled ‘Reasons To Be Cheerful’ – a series of works that strives to antidote pervasive social and political anxieties. In keeping with this, ‘American Utopia’ questions […]
A notoriously jaw-dropping folk-funk classic, long treasured by the Balearic fraternity, the self-titled LP from the brothers Batteau nevertheless remains a criminally underheard gem. Appealing to fans stuck on Ned Doheny’s scorching blue-eyed soul as well as Gene Clark’s rich country-rock, it’s an honour to present the first officially licensed […]
Limited edition color vinyl. Acid Cream marks the fuzzy comeback of Killer Boogie. Gabriele Fiori and Luigi Costanzo are joined by the new bassist Nicola Cosentino on this 11-track long trip. The new album is inspired by the crazy days of the late ’60s and the ’70s, with a pinch […]
One of France’s premier ye-ye singers, France Gall passed away in January of this year, almost exactly a half-century after the release of her seventh LP 1968. Including songs penned by Serge Gainsbourg,David Whitaker and her father Robert Gall, this collection of chansons is a good one to have knocking […]
This album is the definitive collection of Gallic girl France Gall’s upbeat, irresistible girl pop, recorded for Phillips 1963-1968. She won the 1965 Eurovision Song Contest with Poupée De Cire Poupée De Son, written specially for her by the legendary cultural icon Serge Gainsbourg. She was the first pop singer he’d […]
Vinyl reissue of Poupee de Cire, Poupee de Son – the fourth album by France Gall where she is accompanied by Alain Goraguer and His Orchestra. It was originally released in April 1965. The album documents her rise as a teenage pop icon. The hit density isn’t quite as high […]
U2’s 9th studio album, Pop, was a number one album in 1997 in the UK, US, Ireland, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Holland, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic, Iceland and Greece. Produced by Flood, […]
If your knowledge of hard-rockin’, all-female bands from the late ‘70s is limited to The Runaways, friend, it is time to broaden your horizons and cast your eyes across the pond to the British rock institution that is GIRLSCHOOL. Closely associated with fellow New Wave of British Heavy Metal legends […]
NOW AVAILABLE!!! JONATHAN RICHMAN releases Ishkode! Ishkode! his first full length album in five years with his new label Blue Arrow Records. Ishkode (ish-ko-dey), means “fire” in the Native American Ojibwe language.
All That You Can’t Leave Behind, the 10th studio album by U2, garnered multiple Grammy awards after its release in October 2000 and was number 1 in 32 countries. Produced by Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno, it was recorded in Dublin (HQ, Windmill Lane, Westland and Totally Wired) and the […]