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.
ZZ Top will hit the road this spring and summer, but if you can’t make it a to show, you can take solace in a boxed set featuring the band’s first 10 studio LPs.
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.
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.
“Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective” highlights the guitarist’s work from early bands and session work to The Allman Brothers Band and Derek and The Dominos.
This special gatefold double-vinyl edition of the band’s 2011 studio album will have a limited run.
With a cover that looks like it came straight from the 1960s, “Lonely & Blue: The Deepest Soul of Otis Redding” puts the spotlight on the soul man’s slow songs.
‘People, Hell and Angels’ features 12 previously unreleased studio performances; ‘Axis: Bold as Love’ and ‘Are You Experienced’ come back on 200-gram vinyl.
“The solo is arranged so it’s really in-your-face guitar,” says Chaquico. “We argued over every second of it at one point.”