Here are some of the many new vinyl records, CDs, Blu-rays, DVDs and music-related books. Featured artists include Aerosmith, Corey Taylor, Star & Dagger and Bee Gees.
Even rock stars have first drafts. Before KISS wrapped “Rock and Roll All Nite,” the band tested the waters with an alternate take preserved on an acetate.
If you’ve ever wished you could’ve been inside the studio with a creative pop-music genius, has Backstage Auctions got a deal for you: eight original 7-inch reels containing various Todd Rundgren and Utopia recordings.
If you love music-related memorabilia, including concert posters, Elvis items and Fab Four and rock concert posters, you owe it to yourself to check out the latest Serious Toyz auction, which closes May 30, 2013.
Just 19 master tracks survive from Elvis Presley’s Sun Studio days in 1954 and 1955. But that’s enough to fill a CD and more than enough to secure his legend.
Singer-songwriter, actor and comic Creed Bratton, currently best-known for the quirky former ’60s rock-star character he portrays on the NBC TV series “The Office,” is releasing a new album/audio-biography on vinyl.
Due out June 4, 2013, the 17-disc “Timeless Flight” set will include digitally remastered CDs, DVDs of rare TV performances, audio discs and a collector’s book.
Alexandra Starlight wanted to put her latest record out on vinyl, but she wanted it to stand out. With the help of rainbow glitter, it’s safe to say she succeeded.
Only 5,000 copies will be made of the 24-by-36-inch poster, which is printed on heavy paper and will be gratis at fully participating record stores in the U.S.
John, Paul, George and Ringo are together again in a limited-edition, screen-printed collection based on the animation art from The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine.”