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————– November 30, 2018 ——————————–

Amigo The Devil – Everything Is Fine
Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel 7″
Bauhaus – The Sky’s Gone Out
Big Brother & The Holding Co. – Sex, Dope & Cheap Thrills
Dock Boggs – Legendary Singer & Banjo Player
David Bowie – Glastonbury 2000
Kate Bush – The Dreaming
Kate Bush – Hounds Of Love
Kate Bush – Remastered in Vinyl III
Kate Bush – Remastered in Vinyl IV

Brian Eno – Music For Films
Reverend Horton Heat – A Whole New Life
Andrew Hung – An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn
Jethro Tull – Aqualung The 2011 Steven Wilson Stereo Remix
Lenny Kravitz – Let Love Rule
Lee Morgan – Indeed
Gary Numan – The Fallen EP
Phish – The Baker’s Dozen, Live At Madison Square Garden
Roots – Undon
Pete Seeger – the Goofing Off Suite
Semisonic – Feeling Strangely Fine 20th Anniversary Edition
Sleep – Dopesmoker
Jeff Tweedy – Warm

————– November 16, 2018 ——————————–

Gregg Allman – Midnight Rider Quality Records Press all-analog 12″ single
Mandy Barnett – Strange Conversation
Andrea Bocelli – Si

David Bowie – Breaking Glass Live E.P. 7″ picture disc with live versions of “Breaking Glass,” “Art Decade,” “Hang On To Yourself” and “Ziggy Stardust.”
Kate Bush – Remastered in Vinyl Vol. 1 – Includes The Kick Inside, Lionheart, Never For Ever & The Dreaming
Kate Bush – Remastered in Vinyl Vol. 2- Includes Hounds of Love, The Sensual World & The Red Shoes
Brian EnoAmbient Music 1 Music For Airports
Brian Eno – Ambient Music 4 On Land
Brian Eno – Discreet Music
The Gibson Brothers – Mockingbird The Gibson Brothers, the sibling duo comprised of Eric and Leigh Gibson, have already made over a dozen albums, but none are quite like the new Dan Auerbach produced Mockingbird. The duo has received several awards throughout their long career, including International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year, Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Album of the Year. Their newest venture, Mockingbird, showcases an effortless blend of classic 70’s infused rock and timeless country, a modern twist on their traditional bluegrass sound, and harmonies that will keep you wishing for more.
Mick Harvey & Christopher Richard Barker – The Fall & Rise of Edgar Bourchier and the Horrors of War
Hollywood Rose – Roots of Guns ‘n Roses
Howlin’ Wolf – The Real Folk Blues
New York Dolls – French Kiss
Primus  – Brown Album
Primus – Pork Soda
Lou Reed- Waltzing Mathilda
Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Betty’s Midwestern Magic Blends
The Rolling Stones – Beggars Banquet Deluxe Edition
The Rolling Stones – Voodoo Lounge Uncut
Bola Sete – Bossa Nova
Smashing Pumpkins – Shiny & So Bright
Ryley Walker – The Lillywhite Sessions
Asnaketch Worku – Asnaketch

————– November 9, 2018 ——————————–
The Beatles – The Beatles (White Album)
Remastered version and deluxe version
Eric Clapton – Behind The Sun
Eric Clapton – Journeyman
Eric Clapton – Money & Cigarettes
The Fall – Rough Trade Singles
Fastball – All The Pain Money Can Buy 20th Anniversary Edition
J. Fernandez – Occasional Din
Fleet Foxes – Collection 2006-2009
Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Walk Like A Motherfucker/Isaac Hayes 7″
Green Leaf – Hear The Rivers
Gripsweats – Gripsweats Theme/Intermission 7″
Ikebe Shakedown – View From Above/Assassin 7″
Lydia Lunch – Marchesa
J. Mascis – Elastic Days
Muse – Simulators
Neon Indian – Era Extrana
Queen – Jazz
Jon Spencer – Spencer Sings The Hits!
Stereolab – Peng
Stereolab – The Groop Played Space Age Bachelor Pad Music
Sufjan Stevens – Songs For Christmas Singalong Volumes I-V
Toots & The Maytals – Recoupe
Unsane – Total Destruction
Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-Tang Forever
Soundtrack – The Conversation
Various Artists – The Wall (Redux)

————– November 2, 2018 ——————————–

Arcade Fire – Arcade Fire
Louis Armstrong – The Paramount Recordings 1923 – 1925

Jon Batiste – Hollywood Africans
Blink-182 – Enema of the State
Dave Brubeck – Time In
The Byrds – Fifth Dimension
Roseanne Cash – She Remembers Everything
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – The Proposition Original Soundtrack
Charlatans – Up At The Lake
Bob Dylan – More Blood, More Tracks
The latest chapter in the highly acclaimed Bootleg Series makes available the pivotal studio recordings made by Bob Dylan during six extraordinary sessions in 1974–four in New York (September 16, 17, 18, 19) and two in Minneapolis (December 27, 30)–that resulted in the artist’s 1975 masterpiece, Blood On The Tracks. The 2LP configuration of More Blood, More Tracks assembles 10 of the most emotionally resonant alternate takes of each of the 10 songs appearing the original Blood On The Tracks plus a previously unreleased version of “Up to Me.”
Eureka Brass Band – New Orleans Funeral & Parade Music
Marianne Faithfull – Negativity Capability
negative Capability is Marianne Faithfull’s 21st album and the most emotionally powerful of her 54-year recording career. Facing down arthritis and bolstered by collaborators including Warren Ellis, Nick Cave, Rob Ellis, Ed Harcourt and Mark Lanegan, Negative Capability is charged with brutal honesty and autobiographical reflection as she addresses losing old friends, her loneliness living in her adopted city of Paris yet still hopes love can come around.
Dizzy Gillespie – Cubana Be Cubana Bop
The Goshen Electric Company – The Gray Tower b/w Ring the Bell 7″
Colin James – Miles To Go
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – 12 Bar Bruise
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Eyes Likes the Sky
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Float Along – Fill Your Lungs
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Oddmeats
Howlin’ Wolf – Moanin in the Moonlight
Abbey Lincoln – That’s Him!
Los Campesinos – No Blues
Mike Love – Reason For The Season
JD McPherson – Socks
Metallica – And Justice For All
Charles Mingus – Jazz In  Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden
The radical discovery by Amir Abdullah of 5 two-track master tapes in the care of Hermine Brooks – – widow of innovative Detroit drummer Roy Brooks – of the Charles Mingus Quintet recorded live in Detroit at Strata Concert Gallery is cause for some serious celebration. These electrifying recordings took place during Mingus’ week-long residency in February 1973. They were broadcast live by drummer/producer and broadcaster Robert “Bud” Spangler for WDET FM – a public radio station dedicated to jazz – from Kenny and Barbara Cox’s multi-purpose home for Strata Records at 46 Seldon. Entrance to the gig was $5 dollars in advance and $6 on the door. The music on these tapes is blazing. According to the late Roy Brooks, the band – which included himself and fellow Detroit trumpeter Joe Gardner – had not long returned from playing two tours in Europe. Fresh to the quintet was stellar pianist Don Pullen and listening to these recordings Pullen’s church-driven power, blues sensibility and harmonic sophistication perfectly complements the bassist’s own vision. On tenor saxophone we have the soulful and innovative John Stubblefield. Like Pullen he was a recent recruit. Unfortunately, the saxophonist’s time with Mingus lasted a mere 5 months: “I got in a fight with Mingus and I shouldn’t have done that. After that, I couldn’t get arrested in New York.” Ironically, when Sue Mingus formed the Mingus Big Band in 1992, to perpetuate her husband’s legacy, Stubblefield emerged as a talismanic presence in the ensemble until he passed in 2005
Joni Mitchell – Love Has Many Faces
Limited eight vinyl LP pressing. Joni Mitchell curates this collection featuring 53 newly remastered songs recorded throughout her landmark career that evoke her vision of love. Mitchell selected the material from 40 years of recording. She designed the package. The package is a book containing 53 lyrical poems, six new paintings, and an autobiographical text illuminating her recording process. It is funny, mystical, and informative. The collection was first conceived as the music to a ballet about love, but after spending 18 months trying to distill everything she’d written about love-and the lack of it-down to a single disc, Mitchell opted to abandon the ballet. “I wanted the music to feel like a total work-a new work,” she explains in the liner notes to the set. “No matter what I did, though, at that length, it remained merely a collection of songs.” Rather than give up, she kept on sequencing and re-sequencing the material, eventually hitting creative paydirt. Putting Love Has Many Faces together felt decidedly cinematic to Mitchell, which is only fair when one considers the epic life she’s lived. “I had forty years of footage to review,” she writes. “Then, suddenly, scenes began to hook up. Then series began to form. Instead of it being an emotional roller coaster ride as it was before-crammed into one disc-themes began to develop. Moods sustained. I was getting there… When this long editorial process (two years) finally came to rest, I had four ballets or a four-act ballet-a quartet. I also had a box set.” And now you have one, too.
Opeth – Garden of the Titans
Lee Scratch Perry – Black Album
Prodigy – No Tourists
Sonny Rollins – Worktime
Horace Silver – Stylings of Silver
Skull Snaps – Skull Snaps
Tenacious D – Post-Apocalypto
Thought Gang – Thought Gang
Tigers Jaw – Tigers Jaw 10th Anniversary Edition
Traveling Wilburys – Traveling Wilberys
Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-Tang Forever


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