The Monkees’ most successful album will be celebrated with a three-disc Super Deluxe Edition that features 55 previously unreleased tracks, including newly discovered concert recordings from 1967 that are the band’s earliest-known live tracks.
With a 50th anniversary Deluxe Box Set of The Doors debut album — and a London Fog set leading up to it — Rhino Records celebrates Morrison & Co. properly.
Band is also offering free downloadable content with purchase of Rock Band 3
Rarities abound in Tom DiCillo’s ‘When You’re Strange: A Film About The Doors’ An interview with the filmmaker.
Folksingers Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey, and Mary Travers formed a trio in 1960 that would emerge from New York City’s Greenwich Village to become one of the most influential groups of the ’60s. Now, their emotionally powerful performances are showcased with the backing of a full symphony in “The Prague Sessions.”
Stephen Stills’ latest release from Eyewall/Rhino, the 1968 studio treasure Just Roll Tape: April 26th 1968 is the album that almost wasn’t.
Rhino’s sonic overhaul of The Replacements’ catalog has wrapped up with all four of the band’s Sire albums Tim, Pleased to Meet Me, Don’t Tell a Soul and All Shook Down, including previously unreleased tracks.
Progressive-music fans must have treasured the recent holiday season, considering the slew of impressive box sets, reissues and compelling one-off projects that appeared at the end of 2008 and early in the new year…
The record presses have been busy in 2009, due in no small part to the folks at Rhino Records who keep the 180-gram vinyl reissues coming. Month after month, the label delivers classic reissues of classic albums from classic bands and artists. Here’s a look at the latest Rhino LP reissues:
Ever since the early ’70s, when Neil Young’s star ascended rapidly past those of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, he’s called the shots. And that’s got to suck.