A series of lovely, limited-edition vinyl releases are due out for Black Friday 2014. If you haven’t already added these to your list (or if you plan to do some holiday shopping for a vinyl lover in your life), below is a list of the Black Friday Record Store Day exclusive releases.
Click here to download a PDF of the list of 2014 Black Friday releases, which is perfect for Wish-List making on Black Friday (or any other day, for that matter).
There are some small run (less than 1,000 copies) and regional-specific releases planned for Black Friday. Be sure to visit the official Record Store Day website (www.recordstoreday.com) to access that list.
Aaliyah, “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” (Legacy). 2 180-gram white V LPs. Record Store Day exclusive. Features “Back & Forth” and “At Your Best (You Are Love),” plus the rare international bonus track “The Thing I Like.”
The Afghan Whigs, “Gentlemen at 21” (Rhino/Elektra). LE 3-LP boxed set presents the original albums 11 tracks, which have been re-mastered; the original eight demos for the album (previously unreleased); and the original Debonair B-sides, including “Mr. Superflow” and a cover of “Dark End of the Street,” plus songs recorded live for KTCL in Denver, previously issued on the “What Is Jail Like” EP. Set includes reproductions of promotional items from the original 1993 release, including one of five different 8 x 10 inch black and white promotional shots, a 2 x 5 inch sticker with the Afghan Whigs “Stax” logo and the famous “Do Not Disturb” plastic doorhanger.
Against Me, “The Daytrotter Sessions” (Total Treble). 7-inch V. Record Store Day exclusive.
Afrika Bambaataa and The Soul Sonic Force, “Planet Rock” b/w “Planet Rock (Instrumental),” (Get On Down). 12-inch glow-in-the-dark V S. Record Store Day exclusive.
The Beatles, “Long Tall Sally”/ “I Call Your Name” b/w “Slow Down”/”Matchbox” (Parlophone) 7-inch LE EP. Also available in mono. Record Store Day exclusive. “Long Tall Sally” is noteworthy because it was one of the songs that Paul McCartney sang to John Lennon on the first day the two met, and also because it was recorded in one take, without edits or overdubs.
Bleachers, “Strange Desire (The Demos),” (RCA). 12-inch pink V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Contains demo versions of six songs from Bleachers’ debut release, “Strange Desire.”
Bon Jovi, “Live 2” (Island). 10-inch PD. Record Store Day exclusive. Second in a series of live Bon Jovi picture discs. Tracks are “I’ll Be There For You (Live in Lakeland),” “Lay Your Hands On Me (Live At Giants Stadium),” “Bad Medicine (Live At Wembley),” “Runaway (Live In Paris).” Both “I’ll Be There For You” and “Runaway” appear on vinyl for the first time.
David Bowie, “Sue (Or In A Season of Crime)” (Legacy). 10-inch V S. Record Store Day exclusive. Track List: “Sue” b/w “Sue (radio edit)”/“Tis A Pity She’s a Whore.”
The Bug Vs. Earth, “Boa”/“Cold” (Ninja Tune). 12-inch V PD.
Chvrches, “Under The Tide” (Glassnote). 12-inch 180-gram clear yellow V S. Tracks are: “Under The Tide” (single version), “Recover (KDA Remix)” b/w “Strong Hand,” “The Mother We Share (Alucard Session)” and “Gun (Alucard Session).” Record Store Day exclusive. “Strong Hand” never was released physically in the U.S.
Dave Matthews Band, “Recently” (Legacy) 2 DE 10-inch V includes the original EP and the rare promo “Pumpkin Recently.” Includes free downloads of both versions. Exclusive and first time ever on vinyl. Independent record stores are the only brick-and-mortar locations where this title will be available. The band’s website may sell a small amount of these records in the future. “Recently” track list is “Recently,” “Dancing Nancies” and “Warehouse” b/w “All Along The Watchtower” and “Halloween;” “Pumpkin Recently” track list is “Recently (Radio Edit)” and “Ants Marching (Radio Edit)” b/w “Tripping Billies (Remember Two Thing Radio Edit)” and “The Song That Jane Likes (Radio Edit).”
Miles Davis, “Blue Xmas” (Legacy). 7-inch blue V S PS. Track listing is “Blue Xmas” b/w “Devil May Care.” “Blue Xmas” will be featured in “Jingle Bell Rocks!,” a documentary about alternative holiday songs to be released by Oscilloscope Laboratories.
Miles Davis, “Miles Davis: The Prestige 10 Inch LPs Collection Vol. 1” (Fantasy/Prestige). 10-inch V BS. Presents the first five 10-inch vinyl albums on which Davis appeared as a leader for Prestige Records (1951-1954). Features the original 10-inch LP cover art work and liner notes. Also includes an accompanying booklet featuring new liner notes by jazz historian Ira Gitler, who was a Prestige staff member in the early 1950s and wrote the original liner notes for many of these recordings. Record Store Day exclusive.
Miles Davis, “Enigma” (Blue Note). 10-inch V. Four previously unreleased Miles Davis performances from the Blue Note vault recorded in 1952-1953, presented on a standard black 10-inch disc in the same styles as Davis’ original Blue Note 10-inch discs. Track list is “Enigma (Take 2),” “Kelo (Take 1),” “Chance It (Take 3)” and “Chance It (Second Alternate Take 4).”
Dead Milkmen, “Big Lizard In My Backyard” (Asbestos). 12-inch LE colored V LP. This reissue of the group’s debut album features the hit “Bitchin’ Camaro.” Pressings limited to 2,900 translucent yellow and 100 green copies.
Decemberists, “Make You Better” b/w “Fits And Starts” (Capitol). 7-inch V S. Record Store Day exclusive. The B-side is exclusive to this release.
Ramin Djawadi, “Game of Thrones” (Varese Sarabande). 12-inch V LP. Features the original “Game of Thrones” theme, along with all the other music from the first season of the series. Record Store Day exclusive release.
The Doors/Peter La Farge, “Ghost Songs” b/w “Drums” (Rhino/Elektra). 12-inch V S. All net proceeds will go to the charity Honor The Treaties. This release was spearheaded by Doors drummer John Densmore and artist Shepard Fairey. La Farge was a contemporary folk music artists who contributed to the early 1960s folk revival before he died at age 33 on Oct. 27, 1965. Record Store Day exclusive.
First Aid Kit, “America” (Columbia). 10-inch V EP. Record Store Day exclusive. Tracks include a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “America,” the previously unreleased song “Brother” and acoustic versions of “Stay Gold (Stockholm Session)” and “My Silver Lining (Stockholm Session).”
Fishbone, “Truth and Soul” (Asbestos). 12-inch colored V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. RI on vinyl for the first time since 1988; 2,900 cherry red and 100 green copies were produced.
The Flaming Lips, “Imagene Peise-Atlas Eets Christmas” (Warner Bros.) 12-inch V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. “Atlas Eets Christmas” previously was released in a very limited quantity on CD under the pseudonym Imagene Peise (with a sticker that read “Love Is The Answer — Merry Christmas From The Flaming Lips 2007.”) This is the first time it will be released on vinyl. Track list is: “Winter Wonderland,” “Silver Bells,” “Christmas Laughing Waltz (including Jingle Bells),” “Silent Night,” “Atlas Eets Christmas,” “Do You Hear What I Hear?,” “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “White Christmas (Binson Echorec Sleigh Ride),” “Frosteeeeee,” “Christmas Kindness Song” and “Merry Christmas To You.”
Game Theory, “Pointed Accounts of People You Know” (Omnivore). 10-inch clear V EP. RI of 1983 record. Includes download card. Record Store Day exclusive. Track list is “Penny, Things Won’t,” “Metal and Glass Exact” and “Selfish Again” b/w “I Wanna Get Hit By A Car,” “Life In July” and “37th Day.”
Game Theory, “Distortion” (Omnivore). 10-inch translucent green V EP. Record Store Day exclusive. 30th anniversary reissue of the band’s second EP. Includes download card. Track listing is “Shark Pretty,” “Nine Lives to Rigel Five” and “The Red Baron” b/w “Kid Convenience” and “Too Late For Tears.”
Genesis, “From Genesis to Revelation” (Varese Sarabande). 12-inch V LP. Reissued for the first time on vinyl since the albums original 1974 release. Features the original lineup of Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Anthony Phillips and Peter Gabriel. The original album insert, with lyrics, is replicated on the inner sleeve. Track list is: “Where the Sour Turns To Sweet,” “In The Beginning,” “Fireside Song,” “The Serpent,” “Am I Very Wrong?” and “In The Wilderness” b/w ““The Conqueror,” “In Hiding,” “Our Day,” “Window,” “In Limbo,” “The Silent Sun” and “A Place To Call My Own.”
Gov’t Mule, “Stoned Side of the Mule Vol. 1” (Evil Teen Records). 12-inch LE V. Vinyl-only release of highlights from the band’s Halloween 2009 performance of Rolling Stones covers at The Tower Theater outside of Philadelphia. Newly edited and mastered, with the vinyl lacquers cut from the old Stax Records lathe in Memphis. Record Store Day exclusive. Track listing: “Under My Thumb,” “Monkey Man,” “DooDooDooDooDoo (Heartbreaker),” “Paint It Black,” “Angie,” “Ventilator Blues” and “Shattered.
The Grateful Dead, “11/18/72 Hofheinz Pavillion, Houston, TX” (Rhino/Elektra). 2 V 12-inch. Record Store Day exclusive. Mastered from the 2-track original analog reel-to-reel tapes with original artwork by Gary Houston. Record One Track List: “Bertha,” “Greatest Story,” “He’s Gone,” b/w “Jack Straw” and “Deal.” Record Two Track List: “Playing In The Band” b/w “Mississippi Half Step” and “Sugar Magnolia.”
Green Day, “Tune In, Tokyo …” (Reprise). 12-inch LE blue V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Available worldwide for the first time ever since the live performance was recorded in 2001. Track List: “Church On Sunday,” “Castaway,” “Blood, Sex and Booze” and “King For A Day” b/w “Waiting,” “Minority” and “Macy’s Day Parade.”
Billie Holiday, “At Storyville” (ORG). 12-inch LE RM white V. Record Store Day exclusive. Live performances from three sets at Storyville in Boston in 1951 and 1953. Previously out of print for more than 25 years. Limited to 3,000 copies worldwide; each copy is individually numbered with a silver foil stamp.
Hozier, “In The Woods Somewhere” (Columbia). 10-inch V EP. Contains songs not available on the domestic release of Hozier’s self-titled debut album. Track list: “In The Woods Somewhere,” “Run,” “Arsonist’s Lobby” and an exclusive cover of Willie Dixon’s “My Love Will Never Die.”
Husker Du, “Warehouse: Songs and Stories” (Rhino/Warner Bros.) 2 12-inch neon green or neon yellow V LP RI of the band’s sixth and final studio album. Record Store Day exclusive. Disc 1 track list: “These Important Years,” “Charity, Chastity, Prudence and Hope,” “Standing In The Rain” and “Ice Cold Ice” b/w “You’re A Soldier,” “Could You Be The One?,” “Too Much Spice,” “Friend, You’ve Got To Fail,” Visionary” and “She Floated Away.” Disc 2 track list: “Bed of Nails,” “Tell You Why Tomorrow,” “It’s Not Peculiar,” “Actual Condition” and “No Reservations” b/w “Turn It Around,” “She’s A Woman (And Now He Is A Man),” “Up In The Air” and “You Can Live At Home.”
Chrissie Hynde, “Stockholm Live at The 229 Club, London, England” (Chrissie Hynde Records). 10-inch colored V. Record Store Day exclusive. Features live recordings from her recent debut solo album as well as Pretenders classics and a Morrissey cover. Track list: “You or No-One,” “House of Cards,” “Every Day Is Like Sunday,” “Talk of The Town,” “Don’t Get Me Wrong” and “Dark Sunglasses.”
Iron Butterfly, “Heavy” (Atco/Atlantic). 12-inch 180-gram mono V RI of 1968 debut album remastered from the original analog tapes by Chris Bellman. Record Store Day exclusive. Track list: “Possession,” “Unconscious Power,” “Get Out Of My Life,” “Woman,” “Gentle As It May Seem,” “You Can’t Win,” “So-Lo,” “Look For The Sun,” “Fields of The Sun,” “Stamped Ideas” and “Iron Butterfly Theme.”
The JB’s, “These Are The JB’s” (Now-Again Records). 12-inch V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Unreleased album by James Brown’s backing band, led by Bootsy Collins. This is the first commercial issue of the album. Mastered specifically for vinyl by Elysian Master’s Dave Cooley from the original 2-track stereo master that James Brown and engineer Ron Lenhoff delivered to production 44 years ago, and is packaged in a thick, tip-on Stoughton jacket. Includes a 12-page book of liner notes and many unpublished photographs and ephemera. Track listing: “These Are The JB’s (Part 1 & 2)” and “I’ll Ze” b/w “The Grunt (Part 1 & 2)” and “When You Feel It, Grunt If You Can.”
Waylon Jennings, “Louisiana Man, Kentucky Woman” (Black Country Rock/Country Rewind). 7-inch white colored V. Record Store Day exclusive. Features three previously unreleased 1970 recordings from Jennings that were tracked at Scotty Moore’s Music City Records. Remastered and restored with additional production from Shooter Jennings. Sneak peek of a 2015 project. Track listing: “Louisiana Man” and “Kentucky Woman” b/w “Sunday Morning Coming Down.”
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, “Joan Jett & The Blackhearts” (Blackheart Records). 7-inch V Flexicover book designed by Todd Oldham. Record Store Day exclusive. Chronicles all aspects of Jett’s career and passions through images with never-before-seen photos, ephemera and excerpts from 30 years worth of interviews, curated by Jett. Track list: “Bad Reputation (live)” featuring Pat Smear, “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got (live),” “TMI (live)” and “Cherry Bomb (live).”
Judas Priest, “5 Souls” (Epic). 10-inch red V EP. With the bonus tracks from the “Redeemer of Souls” EP previously unreleased on vinyl. Record Store Day exclusive. Track list: “Snakebite,” “Tears of Blood,” “Creatures,” “Bring It On” and “Never Forget.”
Korn, “Korn” (Brookvale Records). 2 12-inch V LP with gatefold jacket. Limited to 1,500 copies on black vinyl. Features a laser etching of the albums iconic cover art on Side D. A small number of clear vinyl LPs have been randomly inserted into the press run. Record Store Day exclusive. RI of 1994 eponymous debut album available on vinyl for the first time in the United States.
Jenny Lewis, “Pax-Am Sessions” (Warner Bros.) 7-inch mint green V S. Record Store Day exclusive. Features two unreleased alternate versions of songs from Lewis’ critically acclaimed album “The Voyager.” Track list: “Just One of the Guys” b/w “You Can’t Outrun ’Em.”
Little Richard, “Little Richard” (Fantasy/Concord). 12-inch cream-colored V LP. Reissue of 1958 album. Record Store Day exclusive. Track list: “Good Golly, Miss Molly,” “Lucille,” “Keep A’ Knockin,” “The Girl Can’t Help It,” “Heeby-Jeebies” and “Send Me Some Lovin’.”
J. Mascis, “Fade Into You” b/w “Outside” (Sub Pop). 7-inch V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Two new tracks.
Mastodon, “The Motherload” (Reprise). 12-inch LE V PD. Record Store Day exclusive. Features the band’s latest single from the album “Once More Round The Sun,” featuring artwork by Skinner. B-side is an exclusive instrumental version of “Halloween.”
Seth MacFarlane, “Holiday For Swing” (Republic). 12-inch green V LP. Individually numbered, gold-stamped edition of MacFarlane’s holiday album featuring classics and lesser-known gems. With vocals from Norah Jones on “Little Jack Frost Got Lost” and Sara Bareilles on “Baby It’s Cold Outside.”
Metallica, “Lords Of Summer” (Blackened Recordings). 12-inch LE V S. Record Store Day exclusive. Track listing features “First Pass” and “First Pass (Live At Rock In Rome Sonisphere Festival July 1, 2014).” The B-side features a laser etching of the “M” logo.
Ennio Morricone, “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” soundtrack (Capitol). 12-inch smoky red V LP. Record Store Day exclusive to independent record stores. Soundtrack to the film that premiered in the U.S. in December 1967.
Mother Love Bone, “Hold Your Head Up” (Republic). 7-inch V S PS. Record Store Day exclusive. Includes a never-before-released studio recording cover of Argent’s “Hold Your Head Up” and an unreleased version of “Holy Roller” from the recording sessions during the making of “Apple.”
New Order, “1981-1982” (Rhino/Warner Bros.) 12-inch RM V EP. Record Store Day exclusive. Also known by its catalog number “Factus 8” or 1981-Factus 8-1982.” Originally released in November 1982 on Factory Records. Sleeve was designed by Peter Saville and uses a painting from his then-girlfriend Martha Ladly. Track list: “Everything’s Gone Green,” “Procession” and “Mesh” b/w “Temptation” and “Hurt.”
Conor Oberst, “Standing on the Outside Looking In” b/w “Sugar Street” (Nonesuch). 7-inch V S; 33 RPM small-hole single with two previously unreleased songs recorded during the sessions for 2014’s “Upside Down Mountain.”
Roy Orbison, “At The Rock House” (ORG). 12-inch RM white, red or silver V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Orbison’s first full-length album recorded in 1956 but not released until 1961 by Sun Record Company. Previously out of press on vinyl. Track listing: “This Kind of Love,” “Devil Doll,” “You’re My Baby,” “Tryin’ To Get To You” and “It’s Too Late” b/w “You’re Gonna Cry,” “I Never Knew,” “Sweet and Easy To Love,” “Mean Little Mama,” “Ooby Dooby” and “Problem Child.”
Outkast, “Player’s Ball” (Legacy). 10-inch translucent green V LE numbered S. Record Store Day exclusive. Track listing: “Player’s Ball (Dirty Version),” “Player’s Ball (Extended Version),” “Ain’t No Thang” and “Crumblin’ Erb.”
Rammelzee V. K-Rob, “Beat Bop” (Get On Down). 12-inch RI black and white V S PS. Record Store Day exclusive. Features officially licensed original artwork from the Jean-Michel Basquiat estate with a four-paneled insert with deep background on the original single’s creation.
Joey Ramone, “Christmas Spirit … In My House” (Sanctuary). 10-inch red V EP. Record Store Day exclusive. Reissue of 2002 release that never before was available on vinyl. Includes “Merry Christmas,” “Spirit In My House” and “What A Wonderful World.”
Rockabye Baby!, “Lullaby Renditions of Jay-Z” (Rockabye Baby!) 12-inch white V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Standard jacket, full color sleeve. Includes download card and activities page.
Ronnie James Dio and Friends, “Dio and Friends Stand Up and Shout For Cancer” (Rhino). 12-inch V PD LP. Proceeds from this release benefit the fund. Track list: “Neon Knights” performed by Anthrax, “Rainbow In The Dark” performed by Corey Taylor, Roy Mayorga, Satchel, Christian Martucci and Jason Christopher, and “Straight Through The Heart” performed by Halestorm b/w “Neon Knights” performed live by Ronnie James Dio, “Rainbow In the Dark” performed live by Dio and “Straight Through The Heart” performed live by Dio.
Run-D.M.C., “Christmas In Hollis” (Get On Down). 7-inch V S with Keith Haring PS and additional Audible Postcard” of “Christmas In Hollis” in addition to the vinyl. Back in print for the first time in more than 15 years. Record Store Day exclusive. Includes “Christmas In Hollis” b/w “Peter Piper.” Full lyrics to “Christmas In Hollis” printed on the back cover.
Joe Satriani, “Joe Satriani” (Legacy). 12-inch 180-gram V EP. Recreation of 1984 self-titled EP, which helped to secure Satriani’s signing to Relativity Records. Individually numbered and remastered from the original source. Track list: “Talk To Me” and “Dreaming #11” b/w “Banana Mango,” “I Am Become Death” and “Saying Goodbye.”
Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud” b/w “I’m A Mess” (Atlantic). 7-inch V S. Record Store Day exclusive. Exclusive B-side live version of “I’m A Mess.”
Bessie Smith, “At The Christmas Ball” b/w “Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town” (Legacy) 7-inch V S. Record Store Day exclusive. Features replicas of the original Columbia 78 RPM labels.
Sneakers, “Sneakers” (Omnivore). 10-inch clear V EP. Record Store Day exclusive. Track list: “Ruby,” “Condition Red,” “Driving,” “Love’s A Cuban Crisis” and “On The Brink” b/w “Let’s Live For Today,” “Story of A Girl,” “Nonsequitur” and “S’il Vous Plait.”
South Park, “James Cameron” b/w “My Bitch Ain’t No Hobbit” (Comedy Central). 7-inch V PD featuring “South Park” characters; both tracks were performed on the TV show.
Various artists, “A Christmas Gift For You from Philles Records” (Sundazed Records). 12-inch 180-gram red V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Features performances by The Ronettes, The Crystals, Darlene Love and Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans.
St. Vincent, “Pieta” b/w “Sparrow” (Loma Vista). 10-inch 45 RPM V S. Exclusive new songs recorded with John Congleton during the St. Vincent sessions in 2013. Presented in a deluxe, die-cut, foil-embossed package designed by Willo Perron. Each piece is individually numbered.
Johnny Thunders, “Looking For Johnny” (Jungle Records). 2 12-inch patent-leather red V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Original soundtrack album for the documentary film of the same name. Limited and numbered. Disc 1 track listing: “Cool Operator,” “Alone In A Crowd,” “I’m Confronted,” “Great Big Kiss,” “Pirate Love,” “Flight” and “Get Off The Phone” b/w “Take A Chance,” “One Track Mind,” “Born To Lose,” “All By Myself,” “Can’t Keep My Eyes On You,” “London Boys,” “Pipeline” and “In Cold Blood.” Disc 2 track listing: “Little Bit of Whore,” “Too Much Junkie Business,” “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory,” “I Only Wrote This Song For You,” “Billy Boy,” “I Can’t Seem To Make You Mine,” “Blame It On Mom” and “Sad Vacation” b/w “Endless Party,” “Looking For Johnny,” “Johnny Thunders,” “Cold Wind,” “Johnny Thunders Was A Human Being,” “Quaaludes And Red Wine” and “Mandolin Memories.”
Various artists, “For The People Part 1” (Get On Down). 7-inch 5 VS BS. Record Store Day exclusive. Offers material from James Brown’s People Records imprint.
Various artists, “Christmas Rap” (Get On Down) 12-inch red or green V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Reissue of the 1987 Profile Records holiday compilation featuring performances by Run-D.M.C., Dana Dane, King Sun-D Moet, Sweet The Spyder-D, Derek B, Disco 4, The Showboys and Surf M.C.’s.
Various artists, “Little Miss Sunshine Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Phineas Atwood Productions). 12-inch LE starburst yellow V LP. Features performances by DeVotchka, Sufjan Stevens, Tony Tisdale, Rick James and Mychael Danna.
Various artists, “This Warm December A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 1” (Brushfire/Republic). 12-inch V LP. First-ever vinyl release of the 2008 album featuring performances by Jack Johnson, Mason Jennings, Matt Costa, Zee Avi, Money Mark, G. Love, ALO, Rogue Wave and Zach Gill.
Various artists, “The Big Lebowski Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Island/Mercury). 12-inch cream-colored V LP exclusive to independent record stores. Released for the first time in the U.S. on vinyl. Record Store Day exclusive.
Various artists, “Frozen” (Walt Disney Records). 7-inch V PD. Features “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” and “In Summer.”
The Velvet Underground, “Live MCMXCIII” (Sire). 12-inch V LP. Record Store Day exclusive. Reissue of the 1993 live record available for the first time on vinyl.
Wu Tang Clan, “C.R.E.A.M” b/w “Da Mystery of Chessboxin’” (Legacy). 10-inch die-cut PD in shape of band’s logo. Record Store Day exclusive.
Neil Young, “Zuma” (Warner Bros.). T-shirt released to coincide with the Official Release Series Discs 5-8.
Neil Young, “Official Release Series Discs 5-8, Vol. 2” (Reprise). LE 180-gram V BS pressed at Pallas Mfg. Germany and RI for the first time in more than 40 years. Includes “On The Beach,” “Time Fades Away,” “Tonight’s The Night” and “Zuma.” Historically accurate artwork reproduced by Young’s longtime art director, Gary Borden.
Neil Young, “On The Beach” (Warner Bros). T-shirt released to coincide with the Official Release Series Discs 5-8.. Record Store Day exclusive.
Neil Young, “Time Fades Away” (Warner Bros). T-shirt released to coincide with the Official Release Series Discs 5-8. Record Store Day exclusive.