The lavishly packaged box represents the sheer power of Johnny Cash’s output with every live and studio album that came out during his lifetime with the label.
Released in January 1931, Harum Scarum’s “Come On In” was a luxury few could afford then, and a 78 RPM rarity you’d be hard-pressed to even find — let alone buy — now.
Whose albums and DVDs are dropping when? Check Goldmine’s Disc News listing of releases and reissues. The current crop includes Howlin’ Wolf, Elvis Presley, Foreigner, Deep Purple, Grateful Dead, The Shins, Fountains of Wayne, Status Quo, The Hollies, Neil Sedaka, Alice Cooper and Chicago.
Even as the music industry seems to be inching closer to an all digital world, record labels are finding ways to entice fans to buy physical product.
Music acts from the 1960s, including The Byrds, Captain Beefheart, Chocolate Watch Band and Paul Revere & The Raiders, dominate the list of special releases Sundazed is issuing exclusively for Record Store Day 2012.
Sundazed Music has teamed up with Experience Hendrix, LLC to release a series of new 7-inch picture-sleeve vinyl singles featuring Jimi Hendrix.
Discover Jabo Williams, the greatest blues pianist you’ve probably never heard — and whose voice you probably never will. Lost and damaged discs are the regretful reality of old blues 78s.
Jeremy Spencer, an original member of Peter Green’s incarnation of Fleetwood Mac, will release the limited-edition, double-vinyl album “Bend in The Road” on April 21, which is also Record Store Day.
This selected discography for singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn is courtesy of Goldmine’s Standard Catalog of American Records.
Every kid knows Topps as the famed sports-card manufacturer, but it also had many forays into other worlds of card collectibles.