Archive for the Rock Category
The Black Keys’ long-awaited ninth studio album, “Let’s Rock,” their first in five years, is a return to the straightforward rock of the singer / guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney’s early days as a band. Auerbach says, “When we’re together we are The Black Keys, that’s where that […]
Two years after the release of their eponymous debut, Elf recorded Carolina County Ball. After touring with Deep Purple they were influenced by their music and created a complex sound that brought together elements of hard rock, funk, blues and honky-tonk. It’s the most versatile album and their most spectacular […]
Analogue Productions presents its first UHQR title — Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 masterpiece, Axis: Bold As Love, in both stereo and mono versions. This UHQR is newly remastered by Bernie Grundman from the original analog master tapes. Each UHQR will be pressed at Acoustic Sounds’ industry-leading pressing plant Quality Record Pressings […]
April 2019 sees the vinyl, half speed master release of Blind Faith’s self-titled and only album. This platinum selling album topped the charts in the U.K., U.S., Canada, Denmark, Norway and Netherlands. Cut at half speed by Miles Showell at Abbey Road, one of a very few internationally renowned exponents […]
Bridges To Bremen is a full-length show performed by the Stones on the fifth and final leg of the Bridges To Babylon Tour. Filmed at the German city’s Weserstadion on September 2, 1998, the band had by then completed four legs in the stadiums and arenas of North America (twice), […]
Sir Lord Baltimore was a pioneering American heavy metal band from Brooklyn, New York, formed in 1968 by lead vocalist/drummer John Garner, guitarist Louis Dambra, and bass player Gary Justin. Released in 1970 on Mercury Records, ‘Kingdom Come’ features very fast-paced, rhythm & blues-based rock’n’roll with distortion in both the […]
This release takes the listener back to London circa 1968, when and where the music scene was really happening. People talk about Seattle and Minneapolis – ha! Check out the line-up for this once-in-a-life-time show hosted by The Rolling Stones: Jethro Tull, the Who, Marianne Faithfull, Taj Mahal, Dirty Mac, […]
Formed by members of Zao, Magma, Special Efx and Clearlight, and led by talented keyboardist Jean-Louis Bucchi, Speed Limit’s first album from 1974 is an adventurous jazz-rock record. Comes on 180 gram vinyl.
Western Stars is the new album from Bruce Springsteen, and his first new studio album in five years. This collection of songs takes his music to a new place, drawing inspiration in part from the Southern California pop records of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. The album was recorded […]
Madonna’s 14th studio album Madame X. Influenced creatively by living in Lisbon, Portugal over the past several years, Madame X is a collection of 15 new songs that celebrate Madonna’s career-long affair with Latin music and culture as well as other global influences. Singing in Portuguese, Spanish and English, highlights […]
Reissue of 1980 album Copenhagen punk band The Brats, who later transformed into heavy metal band Mercyful Fate. Comes on black vinyl, limited to 200 copies. Including poster and 4-page insert with liner notes by Yenz.
Spanning the years 1964 to 1968, 14 great examples of the US girl group sound, together on a stylish vinyl-only collection. Highlights include the Gary Paxton-produced Earthquake by the Fashionettes, Cincinnati duo the 2 Of Clubs’ version of Garnet Mimms’ Look Away, the Motown-esque This Couldn’t Be Me by the […]
We will have the Indie Version “limited edition white vinyl version of Help Us Stranger with an alternate cover and hand-screen-printed LP jacket The Raconteurs – Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler – release their long-awaited new album, Help Us Stranger. It’s their first new album in […]
In February of 2009, Jim Valice of Index discovered three reels in a cardboard box stuffed in a closet of his parents home in Michigan. These songs from 1969 were on those reels. Fourteen original compositions by Index, seven making their vinyl debut, the other seven released for the first […]
“JULIAN LEAL behold the Romoeville Ripper! His name is always heard around pop cognoscenti circles due to his irresistible and impossible to find 1985 debut LP and a handful if blisteringly good singles, all self-released homemade power pop magic from the near Chicago south suburbs. With a self-taught confidence and […]
Double LP version. Includes printed inner sleeve with liner notes both in French and English by Rabah Mezaouane; Includes download code. Mohamed Mazouni, born January 4, 1940 in Blida (The City of Roses), a city which had just turned twenty. His memory dragged around a lot of catchy refrains by […]
Marillion are reissuing their Clutching At Straws album on double vinyl this June. The band’s fourth album, which reached number two on its release almost 32 years to the month, was the last studio album to feature Fish as the lead singer, and followed up the chart-topping Misplaced Childhood. Like […]
11-track live album recorded at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa on February 5th 1973. The Stray Gators backed Neil occasionally in the ‘70’s and are Tim Drummond, Kenny Buttrey, Jack Nitzsche and Ben Keith. Produced by Neil Young and Elliot Mazer and mixed by John Hanlon. It is mastered by […]
Grateful Dead will continue their ambitious reissue series to commemorate the 50-year anniversary for each of their albums with Aoxomoxoa this June. Like all the albums in this ongoing series, Aoxomoxoa will be released approximately 50 years after its anniversary date as a two-disc deluxe CD edition that includes the […]
Their first recordings! Before Ball Power (1973). Before Heavy Metal Kid (1974). Proto Punk / Boogie / Blues / Progressive / Psych / ’50s Rock ‘n Roll / Pure Pop that still cannot be pigeonholed. Back in print for the first time in over 40 years. After vocalist/lead guitarist LOBBY […]
Stereo MC’s American breakthrough is an energetic, club-oriented collection of colorful, funky dance tracks — the raps almost seem like an afterthought, yet that doesn’t distract from the sheer pleasure of their sound.
The Easybeats second album It’s 2 Easy was first released in Australia, before the record was globally available 27-years later. The album was heavily influenced by the sound of other Merseybeat groups from the mid-’60s, like The Beatles and The Kinks. It spawned several hits, including “Women” and “Sad and […]