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Reissue Talk XXIII (23)

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Reply #1 posted 03/27/16 12:27pm

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CD buyers were grumbling about the fact that the hi-res blu-ray audio edition includes five bonus tracks not on the 27-track two-CD set (or on the 4LP vinyl for that matter). The tracks in question are:

  • 1. SHE’S LOST CONTROL (LONG VERSION 2) 6.45
    Issued as the b-side of 12” single 12WIP 6629, released June 1980.
  • 2. SHE’S LOST CONTROL (LONG VERSION 3) 5.45
    Issued as a b-side of 12” single 12 IS 273, released May 1986.
  • 3. LOVE IS THE DRUG (SINGLE REMIX) 3.21
    Remixed by Eric “ET” Thorngren.
    Issued as the a-side of 7” single IS 266, released February 1986.
  • 4. PRIVATE LIFE (SINGLE REMIX) 4.04
    Remixed by Paul “Groucho” Smykle at the Fallout Shelter.
    Issued as the a-side of 7” single IS 273, released May 1986.
  • 5. WARM LEATHERETTE (FRANCOIS KEVORKIAN REMIX) 6.32
    Remixed by Francois Kevorkian at Right Track Recording, NYC, May 1985.
    Previously Unreleased Mix.

Universal Music have clearly been reading your comments and have been in touch with SDE to point out that although these aren’t included on those other physical formats, you will be able to purchase them individually from various HD online stores. So in other words they will be available without having to buy the whole package all over again.

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Reply #2 posted 03/27/16 12:40pm

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CHIC's debut smash album CHIC....Featuring Everybody Dance and Dance, Dance, Dance.....FIRST TIME 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL....Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso....THIS MAY!!!!

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Tracklist
[CD1]
1. Sussudio
2. Only You Know And I Know
3. Long Long Way To Go
4. I Don't Wanna Know
5. One More Night
6. Don't Lose My Number
7. Who Said I Would
8. Doesn't Anybody Stay Together Anymore
9. Inside Out
10. Take Me Home
11. We Said Hello Goodbye

[CD2]
1. Sussudio (Live)
2. Don't Lose My Number (Live)
3. Who Said I Would (Live)
4. Long Long Way To Go (Live)
5. Only You Know And I Know (Live)
6. Easy Lover (Live)
7. Inside Out (Live)
8. Doesn't Anybody Stay Together Anymore (Live)
9. One More Night (Live)
10. Take Me Home (Live)
11. Only You Know And I Know (Demo)
12. One More Night (Demo)
13. Take Me Home (Demo)

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Tracklist
[CD1]
1. Wake Up Call
2. Come With Me
3. Testify
4. Don't Get Me Started
5. Swing Low
6. It's Not Too Late
7. This Love This Heart
8. Driving Me Crazy
9. The Least You Can Do
10. Can't Stop Loving You
11. Thru My Eyes
12. You Touch My Heart

{CD2]
1. High Flying Angel (B-Side)
2. Crystal Clear (B-Side)
3. Hey Now Sunshine (B-Side)
4. TV Story (B-Side)
5. True Colors (Live Rehearsal)
6. Come With Me (Live)
7. It's Not Too Late (Live)
8. Can't Stop Loving You (Live)
9. It's Only Loving (Demo)
10. Tearing And Breaking (Demo)

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Crayons, Donna Summer‘s last studio album from 2008, will be reissued this June as a ‘Driven By The Music’ three-CD deluxe edition.

This reissue sees the original album remastered and includes the bonus track It’s Only Love which wasn’t on the US version of Crayons. The two bonus CDs feature a plethora of remixes of the aforementioned singles.

In terms of packaging, this is a ‘casebound book’, containing new sleeve notes by writer Christian John Wikane, with brand new interviews with producers Evan Bogart and Sebastian Arocha Morton, and Wikane’s archive interview with Donna from the time of the album’s original release.

Crayons 3CD deluxe is issued on 20 May 2016.

1. Stamp Your Feet
2. Mr. Music
3. Crayons (Featuring Ziggy Marley)
4. The Queen Is Back
5. Fame (The Game)
6. Sand On My Feet
7. Drivin’ Down Brazil
8. I’m A Fire
9. Slide Over Backwards
10. Science Of Love
11. Be Myself Again
12. Bring Down The Reign
13. It’s Only Love

Disc: 2 – I’m A Fire: The Mixes
1. I’m A Fire – Craig C’s Burnin’ Club Vocal Mastermix
2. I’m A Fire – Craig C’s Burning Club Mix
3. I’m A Fire – Craig C’s Mixshow
4. I’m A Fire – Matty Soulflower Club Mix 8
5. I’m A Fire – Red Top’s Burning Extended Vocal Mix
6. I’m A Fire – Rod Carrillo Leave It On The Floor Mix
7. I’m A Fire – Baggi Begovic & Soul Conspiracy Original Mix
8. I’m A Fire – Solitaire Club Mix

Disc: 3

Stamp Your Feet – The Mixes
1. 1. Stamp Your Feet (Discotech Mix)
2. Stamp Your Feet (Escape/Coluccio Club Mix)
3. Stamp Your Feet (Granite & Sugarman Club Mix)
4. Stamp Your Feet (Jason Nevins Radio Mix)
5. Stamp Your Feet (Jason Nevins Extended Mix)
6. Stamp Your Feet (Ranny’s Radio Mix)
7. Stamp Your Feet (Ranny’s Big Room Mix)

Fame (The Game): The Mixes
8. Fame (The Game) (Ralphi Rosario Club)
9. Fame (The Game) (Dave Audé Radio)
10. Fame (The Game) (Dave Audé Club)
11. Fame (The Game) (Dan Chase Radio)
12. Fame (The Game) (Dan Chase Full Vocal)

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Loma: A Soul Music Love Affair, Volume One: Something’s Burning 1964-68

Available: March 25th, 2016

From late 1964 until late 1968, Loma stood as the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Records aimed directly at the singles market. During its four year lifespan, the label released over 100 singles and a handful of albums, the vast majority of which reflected the collective taste of the men that guided Loma and thereby the evolution of a distinctive artform: soul music.

Viewed objectively, it would be incorrect to compare Loma to the other great R&B repositories of the mid-1960s. It was strictly an adjunct of a bigger label, a commercially-minded operation that threw product at the wall hoping for a hit to stick. But the choices made by those three main participants in charge of the Loma roster–Bob Krasnow, Russ Regan, and Jerry Ragovoy–have gone on to become cherished totems to legions of music aficionados around the globe, for whom chart statistics say little, while a simple 45 with a burnt yellow label can shake them to the very core. What was once regarded as failure has, in the years since, paradoxically become a story of soulful success.

The four volumes of Loma: A Soul Music Love Affair are the result of several years of in-depth research into the Loma vault. This first installment concerns itself with the category that has made Loma such a celebrated imprint to fans: Northern soul aimed strictly at the dancefloor. Acknowledged floor-fillers like Ben Aiken’s “Satisfied” and Ike & Tina Turner’s “Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You” nestle with sought-after rarities by The Soul Shakers, Marvellos, and Voice Box. There are classics from The Olympics and Apollas, overlooked gems by The Jammers and Paul Days, an unissued stomper from Bobby Freeman, and the legendarily withdrawn single by Bob & Earl.

With full historical notes on artist and label history and rare pieces of ephemera, Loma: A Soul Music Love Affair is a fresh and invigorating celebration of one of 60s soul’s most storied imprints.

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Ben Aiken - Satisfied
Bob & Earl - Everybody Jerk
Charles Thomas - The Man With The Golden Touch
The Apollas - Pretty Red Balloons
Bobby Freeman - I’m A Lover
The Soul Shakers - I’m Getting Weaker
Delilah Kennebreuw - Bright Lights
The Jammers - Where Can She Run To
Ike & Tina Turner - Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You
The Voice Box - Baby, Baby Don’t You Know (That I Love You)
The Marvellos - Something’s Burnin’
Tony Amaro & The Chariots - Running Around
The Apollas - You’re Absolutely Right
Paul Days - Wake Me Up Baby
Linda Jones - My Heart Needs A Break

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Eccentric Soul: Sitting In The Park

Release: June 17, 2016

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Hear the document of one man’s passion crossing over into obsession. Chicago radio disc jockey and soul archivist Bob Abrahamian was deeply devoted to celebrating and documenting unknown Chicagoland group harmony music. Upon his untimely passing in 2014, he left behind hundreds of radio programs and a daunting collection of 35,000 carefully-selected 45s. Our collection borrows its title from Abrahamian’s long-running and acclaimed WHPK radio show, and it spins a tale that’s cautionary, inspiring, and set to the sounds of the impossible-to-find tracks that made Bob Abrahamian’s on-air playlist and animated the radio programs that were his life’s work. Collected here are 12 (16 on the CD) artists featured on Sitting In The Park, in their own words and through the lens of our friend Bob.

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CINDY AND THE PLAYMATES - A Portrait Of Gods Love
SHADES OF BROWN - How Could You Love Him
THE MIST - Girl In The Window
PUZZLE PEOPLE - Reach For The Truth
ENCHANTERS - A Fool Like Me
ONENESS - Hard To Know
PROCEDURES - Give Me One More Chance
MASTER PLAN INC. - Try It (You'll Like It)
CHOCOLATE SUNDAY - Second Story Man
THE KRASH BAND - So I Can Make This Change
AHEAD OF OUR TIME - It Ain't Fair
CLIFF CURRY - Let Love Come In
WALTER AND THE ADMERATIONS - Life Of Tears
THE AUDITIONS - Returning Home From Vietnam
THE DONTELLS - Moaning and Crying
OTIS BROWN & THE DELIGHTS - Southside Chicago

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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This is the only comprehensive career collection released of Paul McCartney's solo works (outside of the The Beatles) from his 45 year solo career. No material since 1989 has been represented on any compilation album. This deluxe edition includes 18 Top 10 Singles in the U.S. and U.K. as well as 9 #1 singles in the U.S. His 3 previously released compilations were 1978's 'Wing's Greatest Hits', 1987's 'All The Best' & 2001's 'Wingspan.' The collection was personally curated by Paul.

Tracklist
[CD1]
1. Maybe I'm Amazed
2. Heart Of The Country
3. Jet
4. Warm And Beautiful
5. Listen To What The Man Said
6. Dear Boy
7. Silly Love Songs
8. The Song We Were Singing
9. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
10. Early Days
11. Big Barn Bed
12. Another Day
13. Flaming Pie
14. Jenny Wren
15. Too Many People
16. Let Me Roll It
17. New

[CD2]
1. Live And Let Die
2. English Tea
3. Mull Of Kintyre
4. Save Us
5. My Love
6. Bip Bop
7. Let 'Em In
8. Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five
9. Calico Skies
10. Hi, Hi, Hi
11. Waterfalls
12. Band On The Run
13. Appreciate
14. Sing The Changes
15. Arrow Through Me
16. Every Night
17. Junior's Farm
18. Mrs. Vanderbilt

[CD3]
1. Say Say Say (2015 Remix)
2. My Valentine
3. Pipes Of Peace
4. The World Tonight
5. Souvenir
6. Dance Tonight
7. Ebony And Ivory
8. Fine Line
9. Here Today
10. Press
11. Wanderlust
12. Winedark Open Sea
13. Beautiful Night
14. Girlfriend
15. Queenie Eye
16. We All Stand Together

[CD4]
1. Coming Up
2. Too Much Rain
3. Good Times Coming/Feel The Sun
4. Goodnight Tonight
5. Baby's Request
6. With A Little Luck
7. Little Willow
8. Only Mama Knows
9. Don't Let It Bring You Down
10. The Back Seat Of My Car
11. No More Lonely Nights
12. Great Day
13. Venus And Mars/Rock Show
14. Temporary Secretary
15. Hope For The Future
16. Junk
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April-May-June at SoulMusic Records (SMR) - classic soul music by some amazing artists!

APRIL:
Esther Phillips - Capricorn Princess Expanded Edition
(notes by A Scott Galloway; remastered by James Bragg Recording)
Brook Benton - Story Teller / Home Style Expanded Edition
(notes by Clive Richardson; remastered by Nick Robbins)
(both available to order now at goo.gl/5F2gsu)

MAY:
Curtis Hairston - Curtis Hairston Expanded Edition
(notes by Justin Kantor; remastered by Donald Cleveland)
Nancy Wilson - Welcome To My Love/Easy Expanded Edition
Nancy Wilson - Just For Now/Lush Life Expanded Edition
(notes by A Scott Galloway; both remastered by Nick Robbins)

JUNE:
Isaac Hayes- Love Attack Expanded Edition
(notes by Chas Waring; remastered by Donald Cleveland)
Mass Production - In The Purest Form/Massterpiece Expanded Edition (2-CD set)
(notes by Kevin Goins; remastered by Donald Cleveland)

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Is the blu ray worth adding to a collection


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BBR is thrilled to present this expanded and remastered edition of The Trammps III in a deluxe super jewel case with extensive liner notes and two bonus tracks.

Tracklist
1. The Night The Lights Went Out
2. Love Per Hour
3. People Of The World Rise
4. Living The Life
5. Seasons For The Girls
6. Life Ain't Been Easy
7. I'm So Glad You Came Along
8. It Don't Take Much
Bonus Tracks:
9. The Night the Lights Went Out (Single Version)
10. Seasons For Girls (Single Version)
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Marvin Gaye Marvin Gaye Volume Three: 1971-1981 on Limited Edition 180g 8LP Box Set

Featuring the Prince of Soul's Final 7 Albums for Motown!

Release: May 27, 2016
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Following on from the previously released Marvin Gaye box sets Volume One (1961-1965) and Volume Two (1966-1970), the third installation covers the years 1971-1981 and collects the Prince of Soul's last seven Motown studio albums on 180g vinyl in one fantastic box including What's Going On (1971), Trouble Man (1972), Let's Get It On (1973), Diana & Marvin (1973), I Want You (1976), Here, My Dear (1978) and In Our Lifetime (1981).

With What's Going On, Marvin Gaye forever changed the sound and subject matter of popular music, influencing and inspiring every generation since. Formerly Motown's reigning smooth-faced, smiling, mass-appeal artist, this album was Gaye's departure for the bearded, brooding, reflective, angry artist he would become for the remainder of his tenure on the label. His next move? A mostly instrumental, orchestral jazz-soul soundtrack for the forgotten Ivan Dixon 1972 blaxploitation film Trouble Man. The album, though a surprise to followers, was a hit, producing a top 10 pop title track and legions of new fans, including musicians who started the acid-jazz movement in its wake.

A lustful counterpart to What's Going On, 1973's Let's Get It On took shape after the vocalist changed his approach while singing the classic title song. Originally intended to be a tune about moving on with life, Gaye turned it into a paean to sexual craving and consummate desire. The mood, feel, and tone of the record took off from there. Etched with tempting grooves and Gaye's deep tenor, Let's Get It On caused an untold number of doors, to swing wide open.

It takes two, goes the saying, and in 1973 Motown's two biggest solo superstars, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross, proved the saying true when they teamed for an unforgettable duet album. Ross and Gaye had always felt a mutual admiration for each other's talent. When they joined together for Diana & Marvin, their emotional and vocal chemistry was apparent. Not surprisingly, the album was a hit, Top 10 R&B and Top 30 pop. "My Mistake (Was To Love You)" reached Top 20 pop and R&B, "You're A Special Part Of Me" No. 4 R&B/No. 12 pop and "Don't Knock My Love" Top 30 R&B/Top 50 pop.

By the mid-70s, Marvin had already dropped a pair of classic albums and then disappeared. Getting Marvin back in the studio was Leon Ware, the man behind Michael Jackson's "I Wanna Be Where You Are," and hit albums like Quincy Jones' Body Heat and Minnie Riperton's Adventures In Paradise. Berry Gordy heard music Ware had begun recording, and felt it perfect for the reclusive Marvin. Ware's songs became forums for Gaye to express his desire for Janis Hunter. His passion is evident on every track. The songs - including the title track hit "I Want You" and "After The Dance" - spoke to the world and a whole new generation of young fans.

Here, My Dear, Gaye's soul baring concept album about the pitfalls of love and divorce was originally released in 1978. As a condition of his divorce from then-wife Anna Gordy, Gaye was ordered to forfeit a percentage of his album royalties. Accordingly, Gaye exorcised his frustrations with his next release, a sign of the times confessional in which he unabashedly wears his pain and suffering on his sleeve, right down to the album's cover art.

1981's In Our Lifetime served as Gaye's final album for Motown before leaving for Columbia Records where he cut his last ever record Midnight Love (1982). After scrapping the bedroom funk album Love Man, Marvin changed gears with the more contemplative In Our Lifetime centered around his internal struggles, our brief time on this earth and of course love. Passionate and personal, the criminally underrated release features a little bit of everything you want from Marvin Gaye and latter day gems like "Praise," "Life Is For Learning" and "Heavy Love Affair" stand as consummate bookends to his Motown supremacy.
For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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* 800 Newly-Remastered Digital Tracks, Representing 172 Artists

* 200+ Fully-Restored Original 1920s Ads And Images

* 6x 180g Vinyl LPs Pressed On Burled Chestnut Colored Vinyl W/ Hand-Engraved, Blind-embossed Gold-Leaf Labels, Housed In A Laser-Etched White Birch LP Folio

* 250 Page Deluxe Large-Format Clothbound Hardcover Art Book

* 360 Page Encyclopedia-Style Softcover Field Guide Containing Artist Portraits And Full Paramount Discography

* Handcrafted Quarter-Sawn Oak Cabinet With Lush Sage Velvet Upholstery And Custom-forged Metal Hardware

* First-Of-Its-Kind Music And Image Player App, Allowing User Mgmt Of All Tracks And Ads, Housed On Custom-Designed USB Drive

How did a Wisconsin chair company, producing records on the cheap and run by men with little knowledge of their audience or the music business, build one of the greatest musical rosters ever assembled under one roof? The answer lies in ‘The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records 1917-1932,’ an epic, two-volume omnibus of art, words and music housed in a limited-edition, hand-sculpted cabinet-of-wonder, to be jointly released by Jack White’s Third Man Records and John Fahey’s Revenant Records.

‘Volume One,’ which covers the label’s improbable rise from 1917-1927, will be released exclusively through Third Man on October 29, and worldwide on November 19. The project is co-produced by leading Paramount authority Alex van der Tuuk.

Paramount Records was founded on a modest proposition: produce records as cheaply as possible, recording whatever talent was available. Over its lifetime, the label would become a “race records” powerhouse, its sound and fortunes directly linked to the Great Migration.

By the time Paramount ceased operations in 1932, it had compiled a dizzying array of performers still unrivaled to this day, spanning early jazz titans (Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller), blues masters (Charley Patton, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Son House, Skip James), American divas (Ma Rainey, Alberta Hunter, Ethel Waters), gospel (Norfolk Jubilee Quartette), vaudeville (Papa Charlie Jackson), and the indefinable “other” (Geeshie Wiley, Elvie Thomas). Paramount would also directly influence the style of Robert Crumb and countless other 20th century artists and illustrators, through a series of hand-drawn ads promoting its releases in the pages of the Chicago Defender.

The ‘Rise and Fall’ wonder-cabinet gives equal status to page-turning narrative and new scholarship; original and newly created graphic art; industrial design; and compelling analog and digital music experiences.

There's also a Volume 2 for the years 1928-1932:

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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James Brown Mr. Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown on Blu-Ray

Directed by Oscar and Emmy winner Alex Gibney and co-produced by Mick Jagger, Mr. Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown digs into the career of one of music and culture's towering figures. In November 2015, the Peabody Award-winning documentary film will be released worldwide by UMe on blu-ray disc with exclusive bonus features, including feature-length roundtable commentary, extended interviews with original James Brown Revue members and others, the acclaimed music video for "It's A Man's Man's Man's World," and two classic James Brown Soul Train television performances, one of which is an unrehearsed blues romp with Brown's idols B.B. King and Bobby "Blue" Bland, which has not been seen since its original 1975 airing.

Using fresh interviews with James Brown band members and contemporaries, extraordinary historical interview footage, and rare archival performances of such Brown classics as "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag," "I Got You (I Feel Good)," "Out Of Sight," "Please Please Please," "Soul Power," "Sex Machine," "It's A Man's Man's Man's World," "Cold Sweat," and more, the feature-length documentary was made with the cooperation of the Brown Estate, which opened its archives for the first time.

Delving into politics, race relations during the explosive civil rights movement and the raw power behind several of his most famous tunes, Mr. Dynamite was honored with a 2014 Peabody Award, for what the Peabody panel called "its admiring but clear-eyed appraisal of a truly revolutionary musical figure and his legacies, his relationship to America and American culture, to funk, to hip hop, to racial politics, to American history and music history...It's a documentary you could almost dance to, so sure and steady is its pulse."

The Mr. Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown blu-ray package comes complete with a 12-page booklet with an introductory essay by Mick Jagger, rare James Brown photos and detailed credits.

"A smart, informative and compassionate look at the artist known as the Godfather of Soul, whose music changed America." – The New York Times

"Deftly encapsulates why Brown's music was so innovative and groundbreaking." - Rolling Stone

Feature Film:
• Total running time: 120 minutes
• Blu-ray edition – HD Video: 1080p, 16:9 Widescreen / Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Dolby TrueHD 5.1 and Stereo

Bonus Features:
• Feature-length roundtable commentary with Ahmir Questlove Thompson, bandleader of the legendary Roots crew; Christian McBride, bassist and bandleader; Alan Leeds, James Brown historian and former Brown tour director; and Harry Weinger, lead producer of Star Time and other James Brown reissues
• 27 minutes of additional interview clips from original James Brown Revue members Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis, Fred Wesley, Bootsy Collins, Martha High, Maceo Parker, Melvin Parker, Jab'o Starks, Clyde Stubblefield and "Cape Man" Danny Ray, as well as Chuck D, Mr. Leeds, Mr. McBride, Rev. Al Sharpton, Greg Tate and Mr. Thompson
• James Brown and The J.B.'s live on Soul Train, from September 1974, performing an incendiary medley of "Cold Sweat/I Can't Stand Myself (When You Touch Me)/Papa's Got A Brand New Bag/The Payback"
• From deep in the Soul Train archive, James Brown in March 1975 interviewed by host Don Cornelius, then joining B.B. King and Bobby "Blue" Bland in an impromptu blues medley, "Goin' Down Slow/Gambler's Blues/It's My Own Fault/I'm Sorry"
• Acclaimed music video for "It's A Man's Man's Man's World," directed by Xavier Fauthoux, winner of the Saatchi & Saatchi James Brown Music Video Challenge

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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The Very Best Of Wynn Stewart 1958-1962 (vinyl)
Release: June 7, 2016

Winford Lindsey Stewart (June 7, 1934 – July 17, 1985), better known as Wynn Stewart, was an American country music performer. He was one of the progenitors of the Bakersfield sound. Although not a huge chart success, he was an inspiration to such greats as Buck Owens and Merle Haggard.

The LP collection includes "Another Day, Another Dollar," which has been featured in a commercial for the Volkswagen Jetta, and the hit "Wishful Thinking."

1. Come On
2. The Long Black Limousine Come On
3. How The Other Half Lives (with Jan Howard)
4. Above And Beyond (The Call Of Love)
5. Wishful Thinking
6. Wrong Company (with Jan Howard)
7. Heartaches For A Dime
8. Playboy
9. Big City
10. If You See My Baby
11. Big, Big Love
12. I Don't Feel At Home
13. One Way To Go
14. Falling For You
15. Three Cheers For The Losers
16. Couples Only
17. Another Day, Another Dollar
18. Don't Look Back

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Kill 'Em All Deluxe Box Set

Release April 15, 2016

Vinyl: Kill 'Em All (Remastered)

"Hit the Lights"
"The Four Horsemen"
"Motorbreath"
"Jump in the Fire"
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth"
"Whiplash"
"Phantom Lord"
"No Remorse"
"Seek and Destroy"
"Metal Militia"

Vinyl: Live At Espace Balard, Paris, France - February 9th, 1984 (Two LPs)

Previously Unreleased

"The Ecstasy of Gold"
"Hit the Lights" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Jump in the Fire" (Live)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Motorbreath" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Metal Militia" (Live)

Vinyl: Jump in the Fire (Picture Disc)

"Jump in the Fire"
"Seek and Destroy" ("Live" at The Automatt)
"Phantom Lord" ("Live" at The Automatt)

CD: Kill 'Em All (Remastered)

"Hit the Lights"
"The Four Horsemen"
"Motorbreath"
"Jump in the Fire"
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth"
"Whiplash"
"Phantom Lord"
"No Remorse"
"Seek and Destroy"
"Metal Militia"

CD: Interview and Radio IDs

Previously Unreleased

Metal Forces Interview With Lars, January 1984
Radio IDs With Lars, James and Cliff From 1984

CD: Rough Mixes From Lars' Vault, Bootleg Tracks and Whiplash Remix EP

Previously Unreleased except "Jump In The Fire," "Whiplash (Special Neckbrace Remix)," "Seek and Destroy ("Live" at The Automatt)" and "Phantom Lord ("Live" at The Automatt)"

"Motorbreath" (Rough Mix)
"Hit the Lights" (Rough Mix)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Rough Mix)
"Seek and Destroy" (Rough Mix)
"Whiplash" (Rough Mix)
"The Four Horsemen" (Rough Mix)
"Seek and Destroy" (Not Live from The Automatt)
"Phantom Lord" (Not Live from The Automatt)
"Jump in the Fire"
"Whiplash" (Special Neckbrace Remix)
"Seek and Destroy" ("Live" at The Automatt)
"Phantom Lord" ("Live" at The Automatt)

CD: Live at J Bees Rock III, Middletown, NY - January 20th, 1984

Previously Unreleased

"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Jump in the Fire" (Live)
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Whiplash (Live)"

CD: Live at the Keystone, Palo Alto, CA - October 31st, 1983

Previously Unreleased

"Hit the Lights" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Jump in the Fire" (Live)
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"When Hell Freezes Over ('The Call of Ktulu')" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Guitar Solo" (Live)
"Metal Militia" (Live)

DVD: Live at the Metro in Chicago on August 12th, 1983

Previously Unreleased except "No Remorse" and "Metal Militia"

"Hit the Lights" (Live) (Video Only/No Audio)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live) (Video Only/No Audio)
"Jump in the Fire" (Live) (Video Only/Partial Audio)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Guitar Solo" (Live)
"Metal Militia" (Live)

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Ride the Lightning Deluxe Box Set
Release: April 15, 2016

Vinyl: Ride the Lightning (Remastered)

"Fight Fire With Fire"
"Ride the Lightning"
"For Whom the Bell Tolls"
"Fade to Black"
"Trapped Under Ice"
"Escape"
"Creeping Death"
"The Call of Ktulu"

Vinyl: Live at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA – March 10th, 1985 (Two LPs)

Previously Unreleased

"The Ecstasy of Gold"
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Motorbreath" (Live)

Vinyl: Creeping Death (Picture Disc)

"Creeping Death"
"Am I Evil?"
"Blitzkrieg"

CD: Ride the Lightning (Remastered)

"Fight Fire With Fire"
"Ride the Lightning"
"For Whom the Bell Tolls"
"Fade to Black"
"Trapped Under Ice"
"Escape"
"Creeping Death"
"The Call of Ktulu"

CD: Metallica Interviews

Previously Unreleased

Metal Forces Interview with Lars, November 1984
WUSC Cleveland Radio Interview with Cliff and Kirk, February 1985
Metal Madness Interview with Lars, March 1985

CD: Demos and Rough Mixes From Lars' Vault

Previously Unreleased

"Ride the Lightning" (Studio Demo)
"When Hell Freezes Over ('The Call Of Ktulu')" (Studio Demo)
"Creeping Death" (Studio Demo)
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Studio Demo)
"Ride the Lightning" (Garage Demo)
"When Hell Freezes Over ('The Call Of Ktulu')" (Garage Demo)
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Garage Demo)
"Ride the Lightning" (Boom Box Demo)
"Blitzkrieg" (Rhythm Track Rough Mix)
"Am I Evil?" (Rhythm Track Rough Mix)

CD: Live at Kabuki Theatre, San Francisco, CA – March 15th, 1985

Previously Unreleased on CD

"Fight Fire With Fire" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Guitar Solo" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Motorbreath" (Live)

CD: Live at the Lyceum Theatre, London, UK - December 20th, 1984

"Phantom Lord," "The Call Of Ktulu," "Creeping Death" and "Guitar Solo" Previously Unreleased. All Other Songs Previously Unreleased on CD.

"Phantom Lord" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"The Call of Ktulu" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Guitar Solo" (Live)
"Metal Militia" (Live)

CD: Live at Castle Donington, UK – August 17th, 1985

Previously Unreleased on CD

"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Motorbreath" (Live)

DVD: Metal Hammer, Day on the Green and Danish TV

Live at the Metal Hammer Festival in St. Goarshausen, Germany - September 14, 1985

Previously Unreleased except "The Four Horsemen," "Fade to Black" and "Seek and Destroy"

"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"Disposable Heroes" (Live)
"No Remorse" (Live)
"(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth" (Live)
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
"Seek and Destroy" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Fight Fire With Fire" (Live)
"Guitar Solo" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Motorbreath" (Live)

Live at MTV's Day on the Green at Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA - August 31, 1985

Previously Unreleased except "For Whom the Bell Tolls"

"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Ride the Lightning" (Live)
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" (Live)
MTV Day on the Green Interview with Lars and James

Danish TV

Previously Unreleased

Lars Ulrich When He Was Young (Lars' first television interview)
Spot – Lars Ulrich

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Vibe On Records is expanding the album’s eight tracks to twenty-nine with a plethora of exciting bonus material. Among the unreleased tracks are two mixes of La Toya’s original recording of “One Step Up, Two Steps Back”, made famous by soul icon Betty Wright; numerous remixes of planned single “I Like Everything You’re Doin'”; two further completed, unreleased songs; the 7-inch versions of the album’s hits; and finally, club mixes, dubs and instrumental tracks.Heart Don't Lie

Rounding out the package is a sixteen-page booklet with previously unpublished photos, a new essay, an illustrated discography and expected input from La Toya herself.

Disc One-
1. Think Twice
2. Heart Don’t Lie
3. Bet’cha Gonna Need My Lovin’
4. Private Joy
5. Hot Potato
6. I Like Everything You’re Doin’
7. Frustration
8. Without You

Bonus Tracks-
9. One Step (7″ Mix)*
10. Who’s Just A Lover*
11. Alright Don’t Try To Hide*
12. Bet’cha Gonna Need My Lovin’ (7″ Version)**
13. Heart Don’t Lie (7″ Version)**
14. Hot Potato (7″ Version)**
15. I Like Everything You’re Doin’ (7″ Mix)*

Disc Two-
1. Bet’cha Gonna Need My Lovin’ (Long Version)
2. Heart Don’t Lie (Club Mix)
3. Hot Potato (12″ Version)
4. Private Joy (Extended Dance Mix)
5. I Like Everything You’re Doin’ (12″ Mix)*
6. One Step (12″ Version)*
7. I Like Everything You’re Doin’ (Spanish and English Ad Libs)*
8. Hot Potato (TV Mix)*
9. I Like Everything You’re Doin’ (TV 7” Mix)*
10. Heart Don’t Lie (Dub)
11. Hot Potato (Dub Version)
12. I Like Everything You’re Doin’ (Dub)*
13. Bet’cha Gonna Need My Lovin’ (Instrumental)
14. Frustration (Instrumental)*

*Previously unreleased.
**Previously unreleased on CD.

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Funkytown Grooves is having a $5 sale right now some titles in that sale include

Andre Cymone AC, Aretha Franklin Aretha, Phyllis Hyman, Gladys Knight, Jermaine Jackson, LaToya Jackson, Patti Labelle, Kashif, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kool Moe Dee, Diana Ross, Ray Parker Jr, Raydio, Dionne Warwick and Zapp to name a few ends May 4th

http://www.funkytowngroov...h+MAY+2016

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Funkytown Grooves is having a $5 sale right now some titles in that sale include

Andre Cymone AC, Aretha Franklin Aretha, Phyllis Hyman, Gladys Knight, Jermaine Jackson, LaToya Jackson, Patti Labelle, Kashif, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kool Moe Dee, Diana Ross, Ray Parker Jr, Raydio, Dionne Warwick and Zapp to name a few ends May 4th

http://www.funkytowngroov...h+MAY+2016

[Edited 4/29/16 6:38am]

[Edited 4/29/16 6:40am]

I got the email and was like a kid in a candy store. I had to stop myself from going overboard lol

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If you’re scouring your local record stores and eBay looking for Prince albums on vinyl at newly inflated prices, Warner Bros. seems to have a message for you: Let’s not go crazy.

Prince’s heyday-era record label is set to release nine of his biggest post-“Purple Rain” titles newly pressed to wax this year, starting with “Around the World in a Day” on June 21. One or two albums will be released per month after that in the order they were originally released (or at least in the order recorded; see: “The Black Album”).

Amazon and other retails sites are now offering pre-sale orders starting around $20 for the new editions, which will also include the acclaimed “Sign o’ the Times” and the big commercial hits “Parade,” “Diamonds and Pearls” and the “Batman” soundtrack.

This vinyl reissue campaign was already in the works before Prince’s death, and started with a remastered version of his 1978 debut album “For You,” timed to Record Store Day on April 16. It seems Warner Bros. is expediting the rest of the series in the wake of his death -- shrewd business, sure, but also undeniably good news for music lovers. The label had already pressed new vinyl editions of “Purple Rain,” “1999,” “Dirty Mind” and “Controversy” in 2011 (still widely available), so it skipped ahead to his late-‘80s and early-‘90s records.

Some of the albums in this particular batch fall in the era when CD sales took over the industry, and Warners and the other big record companies made little to no vinyl editions of the records. These new pressings will feature the albums in their original format (no bonus tracks). Here’s the full list of what’s to come:

  • June 21st: “Around the World in A Day” (1985)
  • July 19th: “Parade (Under the Cherry Moon soundtrack)” (1986)
  • August 23rd: “Sign o’ the Times”(1987)
  • September 20th: “The Black Album”(1987 recorded; 1994 released)
  • October 18th: “Lovesexy” (1988) and “Batman” soundtrack (1989)
  • November 22nd: “Graffiti Bridge” soundtrack (1990) and “Diamonds and Pearls” (1991)
  • December 13th: “The Love Symbol” (1992)
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LaToya Jackson – My Special Love

$12.00 $10.00

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

Jackson family black sheep LaToya actually did have a recording career once. My Special Love was her second album for Polydor Records, released in 1981, and includes the chart singles “Stay the Night” and “I Don’t Want You to Go.”

Tracklist –

1. Stay the Night
2. Fill You Up
3. Giving You Up
4. Love Song
5. I Don’t Want You to Go
6. Camp Kuchi Kaiai
7. Summertime with You
8. Special Love

℗ 1981 PolyGram Records Inc., a division of Universal Music Enterprises. ℗ & © 2016 Universal Music Enterprises.

© 2016 Binge! Music LCC under exclusive license from Universal Music Enterprises. All rights reserved

http://www.binge-music.com/?product=latoya-jackson-my-special-love

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Sheila E. – Sheila E. In The Glamorous Life

$12.00 $10.00

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

This Prince protege had a string of big hits beginning with this breakout debut album, Sheila E. in the Glamorous Life. Featuring the top ten singles “The Belle of St. Mark” and “The Glamorous Life.” Between albums, she worked as Prince’s drummer and musical director, as well as appeared in films like Krush Groove. Includes five bonus cuts.

Tracklist –

1. The Belle of St. Mark
2. Shortberry Strawcake
3. Noon Rendezvous
4. Oliver’s House
5. Next Time Wipe the Lipstick Off Your Collar
6. The Glamorous Life
7. Too Sexy [Bonus Track]
8. The Belle of St. Mark (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
9. The Belle of St. Mark (Dance Remix) [Bonus Track]
10. Noon Rendezvous (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
11. Oliver’s House (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
12. The Glamorous Life (Part I) [Bonus Track]
13. The Glamorous Life (Part II) [Bonus Track]
14. The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) [Bonus Track]

℗ 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc., a division of Warner Music Group. ℗ & © 2016 Rhino Entertainment Company.

© 2016 Binge! Music LCC under exclusive license from Rhino Entertainment Company. All rights reserved.

http://www.binge-music.com/?product=sheila-e-sheila-e-in-the-glamorous-life

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Sheila E. – Sheila E. In The Glamorous Life

$12.00 $10.00

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

This Prince protege had a string of big hits beginning with this breakout debut album, Sheila E. in the Glamorous Life. Featuring the top ten singles “The Belle of St. Mark” and “The Glamorous Life.” Between albums, she worked as Prince’s drummer and musical director, as well as appeared in films like Krush Groove. Includes five bonus cuts.

Tracklist –

1. The Belle of St. Mark
2. Shortberry Strawcake
3. Noon Rendezvous
4. Oliver’s House
5. Next Time Wipe the Lipstick Off Your Collar
6. The Glamorous Life
7. Too Sexy [Bonus Track]
8. The Belle of St. Mark (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
9. The Belle of St. Mark (Dance Remix) [Bonus Track]
10. Noon Rendezvous (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
11. Oliver’s House (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
12. The Glamorous Life (Part I) [Bonus Track]
13. The Glamorous Life (Part II) [Bonus Track]
14. The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) [Bonus Track]
15. The Glamorous Life (8minute Version) [Bonus Track]

℗ 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc., a division of Warner Music Group. ℗ & © 2016 Rhino Entertainment Company.

© 2016 Binge! Music LCC under exclusive license from Rhino Entertainment Company. All rights reserved.

http://www.binge-music.com/?product=sheila-e-sheila-e-in-the-glamorous-life

Thanks for the heads up. Sorry to sound dumb is this vinyl or CD?

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Guitarhero said:

getxxxx said:

Sheila E. – Sheila E. In The Glamorous Life

$12.00 $10.00

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

This Prince protege had a string of big hits beginning with this breakout debut album, Sheila E. in the Glamorous Life. Featuring the top ten singles “The Belle of St. Mark” and “The Glamorous Life.” Between albums, she worked as Prince’s drummer and musical director, as well as appeared in films like Krush Groove. Includes five bonus cuts.

Tracklist –

1. The Belle of St. Mark
2. Shortberry Strawcake
3. Noon Rendezvous
4. Oliver’s House
5. Next Time Wipe the Lipstick Off Your Collar
6. The Glamorous Life
7. Too Sexy [Bonus Track]
8. The Belle of St. Mark (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
9. The Belle of St. Mark (Dance Remix) [Bonus Track]
10. Noon Rendezvous (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
11. Oliver’s House (7″ Version) [Bonus Track]
12. The Glamorous Life (Part I) [Bonus Track]
13. The Glamorous Life (Part II) [Bonus Track]
14. The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) [Bonus Track]
15. The Glamorous Life (8minute Version) [Bonus Track]

℗ 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc., a division of Warner Music Group. ℗ & © 2016 Rhino Entertainment Company.

© 2016 Binge! Music LCC under exclusive license from Rhino Entertainment Company. All rights reserved.

http://www.binge-music.com/?product=sheila-e-sheila-e-in-the-glamorous-life

Thanks for the heads up. Sorry to sound dumb is this vinyl or CD?

CD.

I've never heard of this company before though...are they legit??

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getxxxx said:

LaToya Jackson – My Special Love

$12.00 $10.00

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

PRE-ORDER: Released/ships JUNE 20, 2016.

Jackson family black sheep LaToya actually did have a recording career once. My Special Love was her second album for Polydor Records, released in 1981, and includes the chart singles “Stay the Night” and “I Don’t Want You to Go.”

Tracklist –

1. Stay the Night
2. Fill You Up
3. Giving You Up
4. Love Song
5. I Don’t Want You to Go
6. Camp Kuchi Kaiai
7. Summertime with You
8. Special Love

℗ 1981 PolyGram Records Inc., a division of Universal Music Enterprises. ℗ & © 2016 Universal Music Enterprises.

© 2016 Binge! Music LCC under exclusive license from Universal Music Enterprises. All rights reserved

http://www.binge-music.com/?product=latoya-jackson-my-special-love

Geez! This was a long time coming. No bonus tracks, though. Really?

"It's not nice to fuck with K.B.! All you haters will see!" - Kitbradley
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MidniteMagnet said:

Guitarhero said:

Thanks for the heads up. Sorry to sound dumb is this vinyl or CD?

CD.

I've never heard of this company before though...are they legit??

Never heard of them either.

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