Baltimore-Based Ru-Jac Records succeeded as a singles-only label for nearly a decade. Now Omnivore reissues the catalog to the delight of many.
Following the success of the four 7” singles box sets from The Who, MAXIMUM As & Bs presents all of the bands A sides, B sides and EPs in one place for the very first time.
Eagle’s Rory Gallagher reissue program continues with this solid, overlooked album from 1982, the follow-up to the flashier and more expensive-sounding “Top Priority” from ’79.
When Jerry Lee Lewis moved from Sun Records to Mercury/Smash, producer Shelby Singleton envisioned him doing R&B songs in a pop vein.
Remaining members of Pink Floyd and EMI Music have come together for the large-scale “Why Pink Floyd?” campaign. Drummer Nick Mason gives us the inside scoop.
Get the scoop on all of the “Why Pink Floyd” campaign packages, premiums and planned release dates.
Whose albums and DVDs are dropping when? Check Goldmine’s Listing of releases and reissues. This installment includes: Lou Reed, Steve Howe, Lydia Lunch, Lionel Richie, The Fugs, Elton John, Marianne Faithfull, Miles Davis and Dinosaur Jr.
Jimi Hendrix called him the world’s best guitarist. He was The Rolling Stones’ first choice to replace Mick Taylor. And he’s got 17 albums set to be reissued.
With much focus on all the Twisted Sister product coming out this year, vocalist Dee Snider concentrates more on his future than the band’s Metal past.
Eagle Rock Entertainment will re-release “Shades Of Deep Purple,” “The Book Of Taliesyn” and their self-titled third album. All three come with exciting extras.