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.
Warner Bros. Records is releasing a newly remastered, five-disc deluxe edition of the album on Oct. 1, 2013. A double-disc expanded version that features 11 unreleased tracks, and a single-disc, standard album reissue also will be offered.
When two tracks from Rush’s “Vapor Trails” album were remixed for 2009’s “Retrospective III” collection, fans began to anticipate the day a remixed version of the full album might arrive. That day will finally come on Oct. 1, 2013.
“Back Thar N’ Over Yonder” arrives Oct. 15, 2013. It contains five new songs from a 2013 reunion and 10 previously unreleased 1970s tracks.
Every Otis Redding hit and B-side ever released on Stax, Volt or Atco is part of a new box set from Shout! Factory. Better yet: All of the songs are in mono.
Jimi Hendrix recorded everything, although the tape is finally running out. “People, Hell & Angels” is the last album of his unreleased studio material.
Moody Blues fans, we’ve got good news and bad news. The release of the group’s 17-disc box set has been delayed. But, there are three Moody-related tours set.
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.