Friday, January 18, 2013

Vinyl Record News & Music Notes

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This Week's Bestselling Vinyl Records at SoundStageDirect

1. Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd - by Lynyrd Skynyrd
2. Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan
3. MFSL Original Master Record Sleeves (50)
4. MTV Unplugged In New York - Nirvana
5. August And Everything After - Counting Crows
6. Revolver - Beatles
7. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - Beatles
8.  Abbey Road - Beatles
9  The Wall - Pink Floyd
10. The Doors -  Doors

New Releases & Featured Vinyl Records

 Aja by Steely Dan
 Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis
 Rega RP1 Turntable w/ Performance Pack (White) by Rega
 The Allman Brothers Band by The Allman Brothers Band
 Where Are You? by Frank Sinatra
 In The Groove Vinyl Record Cleaner by In The Groove
 Crazy Horse by Crazy Horse
 Morning View by Incubus
 Celebration Day (Pre-Order) by Led Zeppelin

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Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes

Release Date 1-21-2013
The Ronettes were a '60s girl group from New York City featuring the sisters Veronica and Estelle Bennett and their cousin Nedra Talley. Produced by world famous Wall Of Sound inventor Phil Spector, their legacy include all time favourites like "Be My Baby", "Baby, I Love You", "(The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up" and "Walking in the Rain", the latter winning a Grammy award in 1965. Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes (featuring Veronica) is the girl group's only studio album, and received a place in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. The group were even inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2004.

 ■180 gram audiophile vinyl

Side 1
1    Walking In The Rain
2    Do I Love You?
3    So Young
4    (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up
5    I Wonder
6    What'd I Say?

Side 2
1    Be My Baby
2    You, Baby
3    Baby, I Love You
4    How Does It Feel?
5    When I Saw You
6    Chapel Of Love

Order your copy today HERE


album cover art of the day:

Delusions Of Grandeur Reveals "Efficacy" Album Artwork

Pittsburgh outfit Delusions of Grandeur have revealed the album cover art for their new effort called 'Efficacy.'  The cover art is by Mathieu Rouland.


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CEREMONIAL OATH: 'The Book Of Truth' 20th-Anniversary Reissue Detailed

CEREMONIAL OATH, Sweden's pioneers of twisted melodic death metal, will release their legendary debut album, "The Book Of Truth", as a deluxe 20th-anniversary version on January 28 through Century Media Records.

The deluxe 2LP version includes an LP-size booklet with the same content as the CD booklet as well as 180-gram vinyls, gatefold sleeve and black inner sleeves.

Read the rest at Blabbermouth


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Group of Artists To Rerecord Beatles' Please Please Me Album in Marathon Session


Stephen Stills ‘Carry On’ Box Set to Feature 50 Years of Music, 25 Unreleased Songs


Replacements Reunite, Release Limited Vinyl Records to Raise Funds for Former Guitarist Slim Dunlop


Tompkins Square To Reissue Lena Hughs' "Queen Of The Flat-Top Guitar"

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