Rounder Records will offer a limited-edition vinyl version of the Allman retrospective (1,000 individually-numbered copies).
“Jerry Lee Lewis at Sun Records: The Collected Works” is a massive boxed set that you could totally lose yourself in.
This spring sees the release of all of Eric Clapton’s live albums from his recording period with Polydor/RSO,1970-1980. A vinyl-only title, it is a companion set to the January, vinyl-only box set release of all of his Polydor/RSO solo studio albums spanning the same period.
“Lennon” collects John Lennon’s eight remastered solo albums on vinyl for the very first time, with each being an authentic reproduction of the original U.K. pressing.
“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.
When it comes to giving the gift of music — either for the music-lover in your life or helping Santa choose a gift for you (since you have been so very good this year) — there’s no shortage of choices. Jazz. So how — and what — do you choose?
Here’s our Oct. 15, 2012, update on vinyl records, CDs, Blu-rays, DVDs and music-related books. Featured artists include Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Peter Garbriel and Freddie Mercury.
Forget the 2002 reissues of “Blizzard Of Ozz” and “Diary Of A Madman.” Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake are back in the mix, with plenty of extras from Ozzy/Rhoads.
There’s plenty of love to go around this year for Mr. Johnson, in the form of deluxe editions, box sets, events and even a designer beer.
A 15 percent discount is being offered for a limited time — until May 24 — for the officially licensed Bob Dylan Archive from Box Of Vision.