RSD Black Friday
October 10, 2019
As the fine traditions of Record Store Day and Black Friday collide, we’re pleased to unveil our list of special limited edition releases to celebrate independent record stores all over the world.
Here’s what you can find exclusively at your local musical emporium on 29th November.
Vist recordstoreday.com for more info.
Cheap Trick – ‘Are You Ready? – Live 12/31/79’ (2LP – Previously Unreleased)
A sonic flashback to the closing night of the 1970s, when Cheap Trick – titans of the rock scene after 1979’s triumphant At Budokan live album – rang in the ‘80s with their rafter-shaking, road-tested, rock ‘n’ roll revelry at the fabulous Los Angeles Forum!
J. Cole – ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive EP’ (12″ Single)
Rediscover the songs that helped J. Cole’s third album go platinum. Includes ‘Apparently’, ‘Wet Dreamz’, ‘No Role Modelz’ and ‘Love Yourz’.
Miles Davis – ‘Early Minor: Rare Miles From The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions’ (12” Single)
During the year between the dissolution of his ‘60s quintet and the groundbreaking ‘Bitches Brew’, Miles Davis recorded a number of transitional sessions creating music of lyrical beauty, culminating in the masterful album In a Silent Way. Three superb pieces; ‘Splashdown’, ‘Early Minor’ and ‘The Ghetto Walk’, —come to vinyl for general release for the first time ever.
Jimi Hendrix – ‘Merry Christmas and Happy New Year EP’ (12” Picture Disc)
As Christmas 1969 beckoned, Jimi Hendrix, bassist Billy Cox, and drummer Buddy Miles (christened as Band Of Gypsys by Hendrix) engaged in extensive rehearsals for their highly anticipated appearances at The Fillmore East in New York. To mark the occasion in his own inimitable fashion, Jimi readied this special medley of holiday favorites to celebrate both Christmas and the dawning of a new decade.
Kings Of Leon – ‘Day Old Belgian Blues’ (12” Single – Previously Unreleased On Vinyl)
Recorded on a European tour to promote their sophomore album, 2004’s ‘Aha Shake Heartbreak’, ‘Day Old Belgian Blues’ captures early Kings of Leon’s raw sense of urgency. This live EP, featuring versions of ‘The Bucket’, ‘Four Kicks’, ‘Molly’s Chambers’ and more, makes its vinyl debut.
Willie Nelson – ‘Sometimes Even I Can Get Too High’ b/w ‘It’s All Going To Pot’ (7” Single)
It’s said that legends aren’t born, they’re grown. Willie Nelson, an enduring American icon and tireless supporter of marijuana legalization, offers the latest hit from his stash, a humorous ode to the sweetest of leaves as only Willie can do it.
Pearl Jam – ‘MTV Unplugged’ (1 LP – Previously Unreleased On Vinyl)
Three days after completing their first American tour, Pearl Jam headed to New York to strip back songs from debut album ‘Ten’.For the first time on vinyl, relive all seven songs featured in the MTV Unplugged broadcast, including ‘Jeremy’, ‘Even Flow’, ‘Alive’, ‘Black’ and ‘State Of Love and Trust’.
Elvis Presley – ‘American Sound Sessions 1969’ (2LP – Previously Unreleased On Vinyl)
1969 was a pivotal year for The King. Fresh from the success of the ’68 Comeback Special, a revitalized Elvis headed to American Sound Studios with producer Chips Moman and a crack group of local session musicians. ‘American Sound Sessions 1969’, available for the first time on vinyl, features rare and unreleased outtakes from these legendary sessions.
Joe Satriani – ‘Surfing With The Alien (Deluxe Edition)’ (2LP – Previously Unreleased On Vinyl)
From its original release in 1987, ‘Surfing With The Alien’ established Joe Satriani as one of the definitive guitarists of his generation. This remastered original album is paired on vinyl with a unique presentation of the album without its signature guitar leads — a chance for seasoned fans and aspiring shredders to appreciate what makes this album a must hear for guitar players the world over.
Jeff Buckley – ‘Live On KCRW: Morning Becomes Eclectic’ (1LP – Previously Unreleased)
One of the most magical, as-yet unreleased live performances by Jeff Buckley debuts on vinyl as part of the continuing celebration of the 25th anniversary of his debut studio album, ‘Grace’.
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