New Release Vinyl, September 2019

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Friday, September 27th

Michaela Anne – Desert Dove
Atmosphere – God Loves Ugly
Atmosphere – Seven’s Travel

Beatles – Abbey Road Deluxe triple 180gm vinyl LP pressing containing 40 tracks. The album’s new stereo mix LP is packaged in a faithfully replicated sleeve, with the two Sessions LPs paired in their own jacket, presented with a four-page insert in a lift-top box. Digitally remixed 50th Anniversary edition of The Beatles’ musical masterpiece. This Abbey Road release features the new stereo album mix, sourced directly from the original eight-track session tapes. To produce the mix, Giles Martin working with Sam Okell, was guided by the album’s original stereo mix supervised by his father, George Martin. It is time to experience Abbey Road again!
Charlie Chaplin – Charlie Chaplain Film Music Anthology
John Coltrane – Blue World
Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 archive release. In 1964, the National Film Board of Canada asked John Coltrane to record the soundtrack for a French-language film titled Le Chat Dans Le Sac (The Cat in the Bag). In June of that year, Coltrane’s classic quartet entered Rudy Van Gelder’s studio and recorded five previously-recorded Coltrane originals. For many years, viewers of the film who recognized the music thought that they were listening to the original recordings, though in fact they were new and had never been heard.

In 1964, the National Film Board of Canada asked John Coltrane to record the soundtrack for the French-language film titled Le Chat Dans Le Sac” (The Cat In The Bag). Amazingly, no announcement was made that the iconic Coltrane was adding new performances to this film. In June of that year, Coltrane’s Classic Quartet entered Rudy Van Gelder’s studio and recorded five previously recorded Coltrane originals. For many years, viewers of the film who recognized the music thought that they were listening to the original recordings, though in fact they were new and had never been heard. Now, with the release of “Blue World,” we can hear these newly-discovered recordings for the first time.” – Impulse


  • previously unreleased, newly discovered music from John Coltrane
  • recorded in 1964 between Crescent & A Love Supreme
  • performed by the Classic Quartet – John Coltrane (tenor sax), McCoy Tyner (piano), Elvin Jones (drums) & Jimmy Garrison (bass)
  • recorded at Rudy Van Gelder’s studio in Englewood Cliffs, NJ
  • mastered from original analog tape

Dick Dale & The Del-Tones – Surfer’s Choice
Goldfrapp – Black Cherry

The Heartbreakers – Yonkers Demo 1976
Ashley Henry – Beautiful Vinyl Hunters
Kristin Hersh – Crooked
Ice Cube – AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted (Limited to 1,000 copies)
Interpol – Antics

Jack Klatt – It Ain’t The Same
Le Butcherettes – Live At Clouds Hill
Ramsey Lewis  – More Sounds of Christmas

The Litter – Distortions
Lizzo – Cuz I Love You
Moon Duo – Stars Are The Light
Mudhoney – Morning In America
New Pornographers – In The Morse Code of Brake Lights
Angel Olsen – All Mirrors
Amanda Palmer – There Will Be No Intermission

Charlie Parr – Charlie Parr
Replacements – Dead Man’s Pop The Replacements – Dead Man’s Pop 4CD/1LP Boxed Set Features The Group’s Don’t Tell A Soul Album Mixed As It Was Originally Intended And Expanded With Previously Unreleased Studio And Live Recordings, Including A Session With Tom Waits And A Complete 1989 Concert.

Back in 1987, Minneapolis rock and roll renegades The Replacements famously stole their Twin/Tone master tapes and threw them in the Mississippi River. A year later—while wrapping up work on their Warner Bros. album, Don’t Tell A Soul—the group absconded with a collection of their reels from Paisley Park studios. Thankfully, those tapes were spared a watery fate, and instead stashed away for decades by the band. Now they’ve been recovered to form the basis of The Replacements first-ever boxed set, DEAD MAN’S POP.

Although Don’t Tell A Soul ultimately became the group’s best-selling effort, The Replacements were unsatisfied with the sound of the record. The band has radically reimagined Don’t Tell A Soul to create a 4CD/1LP set that features the album mixed as it was originally intended (Don’t Tell A Soul Redux), along with a collection of previously unheard tracks (We Know The Night: Rare & Unreleased), and a classic concert from 1989 (The Complete Inconcerated Live).

The box features a newly completed mix of the album by Don’t Tell A Soul producer Matt Wallace (based on his 1988 Paisley Park mix); a disc of unreleased recordings (including a session with Tom Waits); plus the band’s entire June 2, 1989 show at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In total, the box includes 60 tracks–58 of which have never been heard before.

The final two CDs of Dead Man’s Pop capture the band performing live in Milwaukee during the “Don’t Tell A Soul Tour.” A few songs from the concert originally appeared on the promo-only EP Inconcerated Live (1989), but the bulk of the 29 tracks included have never been released. The entire show has been newly mixed by Brian Kehew (Ramones, The Faces)
Revillos – Attack
Revillos – Rev Up
Rockin’ Ramrods – Grindin’ & Gritty Primordial Punk

Scone Cash Players – Canned Champagne 7″
Silversun Pickups – Caravanserai
Sturgill Simpson – Sound & Fury

Sure Fire Soul Ensemble – Build Bridges
Tegan & Sara – Hey, I’m Just Like You
Various Artists – Hitsville, The Making of Motown
Various Artists – Institute of Sonology

Various Artists – Pacific Northwest Fuzz Box
Various Artists – Pacific Northwest Stash Box
Various Artists – Strut My Stuff: Obscure Country & Hillbilly Boppers

Various Artists – Studio One DJ Party

Friday, September 20th

Allman Brothers – Bear’s Sonic Journals
Pieta Brown – Freeway
Andrew Combs – Ideal Man
Miles Davis – Rubberband
Liam Gallagher – Why Me, Why Not
Giant Sand – Recounting the Ballads (Limited edition pink vinyl)
Brittany Howard – Jaime
Etta James – Miss Etta James
Lloyd McNeal -Elegia
Melvins – Maggot & The Bootlicker
Olympians – Midnight Movement
One Eleven Heavy – Desire Path
Rain Parade – Emergency Third Rail Power Trip
Robbie Robertson – Sinematic
Josh Rouse – Dressed Up Like Nebraska
Shelters – Jupiter Sidecar
Sir Was – Holding On To A Dream
Smog – Knock Knock
Thee Oh Sees – Face Stabber
Vivian Girl – Everyting Goes Wrong
Various Artists – The Vinyl Detective

Friday, September 13th

Aerosmith – Live Bootleg
Archies – Greatest Hits & More
Devendra Banhart – Ma
Belle & Sebastian – Days of the Bagnold Summer
Art Blakey – Indestructible
Alex Cameron – Miami Memoir
Alice Cooper – Breadcrumbs
Cult – Sonic Temple
Kenny Dorham – Una Mas
Rhiannon Giddons – There Is No Other
Lee Hazlewood – 400 Miles From L.A. 1955-56
Freddie Hubbard – Hub-Tones
Lumineers – III
Lydia Lunch – 13.13
Monkees – Christmas Party
Prince – Chaos & Disorder
Prince – Versace Experience
Sampa The Great – The Return
Stereolab – Cobra & Phases Group Play Voltages In The Milky Night (Expanded Edition)
Stereolab – Dots & Loops (Expanded Edition)
Stereolab – Emperor Tomato Ketchup (Expanded Edition)
Twin Peaks – Lookout Low
Garaint Watkins – Rush of Blood
Chelsea Wolfe – Birth of Violence
Soundtrack – Country Music, A Film By Ken Burns

Friday, September 6th

Bat For Lashes – Lost Girls
Brand New Heavies – TBNH
Donald Byrd – Chant
Ry Cooder – Chavez Ravine
Bob Dylan – Down In The Groove
Bob Dylan – Infidels
Bob Dylan – Real Live
Bob Dylan – Under the Red Sky
Chrissie Hynde & Valve Bone Woe Ensemble – Valve Bone Woe
Chrissie Hynde has a new album ‘Valve Bone Woe’ release date September 6th, 2019. The album features reinterpretations of classic material penned by Brian Wilson, Frank Sinatra, Hoagy Carmichael, Charlie Mingus, John Coltrane, Nick Drake, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Hynde’s former partner Ray Davies.

The record was seemingly inspired by pre-war jazz sounds, and was recorded with the Valve Bone Woe Ensemble at London’s AIR Studios.

“I’m not hugely interested in branching out into other musical genres, being a devout rock singer as such, but jazz is something I grew up around (thanks to my bro) and I’ve always had a soft spot for it. I often bemoan what I regard as a decline in melody in popular music and I wanted to sing melodies.”

LCD Sound System – Yeah
NRBQ – Turn On, Tune In (Live)
Iggy Pop – Free
Omar Portuonda – The Buena Vista Social Club Present Omar Portuondo
Tinariwen – Amadjar
Ali Farka Toure  – Savane

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