Few folks spring out of bed at 0-dark-thirty on Black Friday to stand in lines that make DMV waiting seem fun. But Back to Black Friday may win you over.
Picture discs, box sets, colored vinyl, 7-, 10- and 12-inch records: There’s something for just about any music collector debuting on Back To Black Friday.
Starting with tracks recorded for Bob Dylan’s 1962 eponymous debut on Columbia, the set features his full official discography, including 35 studio albums.
McCartney’s album, titled ‘New,’ is the Beatles’ bassist’s first of new studio material in six years. It will be released Oct. 15, 2013, in the U.S.
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.