For 11 years now, and twice a year latterly, Record Store Day is the one (two) day(s) on the calendar when even the most impoverished musical emporium can guarantee a full house. And that’s only one of the reasons why we celebrate Record Store Day every year.
John Coltrane’s special edition 180-gram LP is on opaque blue with black swirls vinyl limited to 1000 copies worldwide.
The Cheech & Chong Record Store Day 7-Inch features two versions of their classic track “Up In Smoke,” in Celebration of the film’s 40th anniversary.
Vinyl record fans voted to make the next limited and numbered Run Out Groove title, ‘Down By The Old Mainstream’ by Golden Smog available for pre-order by March 8.
The “Lover Man” 7-inch single is drawn from Jimi Hendrix’s upcoming album ‘Both Sides of the Sky’ (out March 9), and is backed by a live version of “Foxey Lady,” recorded in Bussum, Holland in November 1967. Both tracks are previously unreleased.
On the occasion of the opening of ‘David Bowie is’ at the Brooklyn Museum, Parlophone is pleased to announce a selection of exclusives, only available at the Brooklyn Museum starting March 2.
Led Zeppelin will release a limited edition 7-Inch single, produced by Jimmy Page, featuring unreleased versions of “Rock And Roll” And “Friends.” The single will be available April 21 on Record Store Day, exclusively at independent music retailers.
Cheech And Chong’s ‘Up In Smoke’ comes out April 20 as a 40th Anniversary Deluxe Collector’s Edition
Exclusively available from The Sound of Vinyl, this Beach Boys ‘Pet Sounds’ special edition, 130g LP on split translucent yellow and green vinyl is limited to 2000 copies worldwide.
British musician, actor and broadcaster Michael Des Barres has today released his first single, “Living in the USA,” on Wicked Cool Records. The single is available on a limited run of 45s on red vinyl