Record Store Day 2018
Instrumental album from Grammy-winning producer 9th Wonder
1. SheChoseMe!!!! | 2. MsBetty!!! | 3. FonkyLala!!! | 4. HeavenFour!!! | 5. INeverKnew!!! | 6. FindingDeo!!! | 7. EarlyJam!!! | 8. GirlUFine!!! | 9. MellowSmoove!!! | 10. UncleBobby!!! | 11. ChunkySoul!!! | 12. TownBidness!!! | 13. CloserToo!!! |14. YoYoBoogie!!! | 15. BobbieSoul!!! | 16. AhhhMan!!! | 17. LoveKills!!! | 18. CouldMeetYou!!! | 19. Glassof OJ!!! | 20. FatAlbertAndRudy!!! | 21. DaDaDaDaaah!!!! | 22. ToHoldYou!!! | 23. TheNeoCole!!! | 24. FightGood!!! | 25. StillStanding!!! | 26. SirBlue!!! | 27. SoulSeasons!!! | 28. HappyHome!!! | 29. GottaGetOver!!! | 30. NeverHathSeen!!! | 31. ForeignAgent!!! | 32. InLuvWithU!!!
David Banner's recent, critically acclaimed album, The God Box. Never before available on vinyl. Will be pressed on purple vinyl, gatefold packaging with an insert. Includes a bons track + an instrumental.
1. Magnolia (feat. CeeLo Green & Raheem DeVaughn) | 2. My Uzi (feat. Big KRIT) | 3. Who Want It (feat. Black Thought & WatchtheDuck) | 4. Elvis | 5. Amy (feat. Trinidad James) | 6. August) | 7. Cleopatra Jones | 8. Marry Me (feat. Rudy Currence) | 9. Judy Blare (feat. Devon Lewow) |10. Traffic on Mars (feat. Kap G, WatchtheDuck, Tim Wise, Kenya Jori) | 11. Black Fist (feat. Tito Lo) | 12. AK (feat. Raheem DeVaughn & Big Rube) | 13. Burning Thumbs | 14. Wizom Selah (Outro) | 15. Evil Knievil (Bonus) | 16. My Uzi (Instrumental)
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Dickey Betts may not have had the name but he was a co-founder and the ongoing heart and soul of the Allman Brothers. With the deaths of Duane and then Gregg, Dickey slipped into semi-retirement. This show was recorded in August, 1978 with his back-up band, Great Southern, at the Lone Star Roadhouse in New York City and simulcast on WLIR on Long Island. Dickey Betts and Great Southern riffed on some of the Allman Bros. best known hits: "Blue Sky", "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Jessica", Statesboro Blues", "One Way Out", "Southbound" and other gems. Dickey is backed by Warren Haynes- guitar/vocals, Johnny Neel- keyboard/vocals, Matt Abts- percussion and Marty Privette- bass. Special appearances by Rick Derringer, Jack Bruce and Mick Taylor. It was just announced that Dickey was embarking on his first tour in some time, touring with his son Duane sharing lead guitar..
Disc 1: Blue Sky, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed, Duane's Tune, Jessica
Disc 2: Statesboro Blues, One Way Out, Rock 'n Roll Hoochie Coo, Spoonful, Southbound
This previously unreleased 3LP was recorded live at Earls Court, London on the 30th June and 1st July, 1978 by Tony Visconti. It was mixed by David and David Richards at Mountain Studios, Montreux from 17th – 22nd January, 1979. The newly designed trifold sleeve features imagery by photographers Sukita and Chris Walter.
In a cramped club on the lower east side of Manhattan, armed with only an electric guitar, Jeff Buckley stunned audiences with his mysterious, emotionally uncompromising live sets, packed with eclectic covers and his own originals. The four-track Live at Sin-e EP, released in 1993 was his debut release for Columbia Records; here it's expanded as a numbered, limited edition in a deluxe hard-shell slipcase housing four individually designed LP jackets and an eight page, full color booklet of photos and liner notes. Live versions of favorites like "Grace", "Last Goodbye" and Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" appear here on vinyl for the first time.
Side A 1. Be Your Husband [Live] 2. Lover, You Should've Come Over [Live] 3. Mojo Pin [Live] 4. Monologue - Duane Eddy, Songs for Lovers [Live]
Side B 5. Grace [Live] 6. Monologue - Reverb, The Doors [Live] 7. Strange Fruit [Live] 8. Night Flight [Live]
Side C 9. If You Knew [Live] 10. Monologue - Fabulous Time for a Guinness [Live] 11. Unforgiven (Last Goodbye) [Live] 12. The Twelfth of Never [Live] 13. Monologue - Cafe Days [Live]
Side D 14. Monologue - Eternal Life [Live] 15. Eternal Life [Live] 16. Just Like a Woman [Live] 17. Monologue - False Start, Apology, Miles Davis [Live] 18. Calling You [Live]
Side E 19. Monologue - Nusrat, He's My Elvis [Live] 20. Yeh Jo Halka Saroor Hae [Live] 21. Monologue - I'm a Ridiculous Person [Live] 22. If You See Her, Say Hello [Live]
Side F 23. Monologue - Matt Dillon, Hollies, Classic Rock Radio [Live] 24. Dink's Song [Live] 25. Monologue - Musical Chairs [Live] 26. Drown In My Own Tears [Live] 27. Monologue - The Suckiest Water [Live]
Side G 28. The Way Young Lovers Do [Live] 29. Monologue - Walk Through Walls [Live] 30. Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin [Live] 31. I Shall Be Released [Live]
Side H 32. Sweet Thing [Live] 33. Monologue - Good Night Bill [Live] 34. Hallelujah [Live]
While hip-hop was experiencing a creative revolution in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the genre was still somewhat restricted geographically, primarily dominated by New York City and Los Angeles. Acclaimed artist Common was among the first successful rappers from elsewhere, officially putting Chicago on the hip-hop map with this debut album Can I Borrow A Dollar?. Released in 1992, the album is a vintage boom-bap masterpiece, with famed producer No I.D. behind the boards on 12 of 13 tracks. It also marks the beginning of a storied career, as Common would go on to release three gold albums, create classics with the likes of J Dilla and Kanye West, win multiple Grammys and even an Academy Award, and land several major roles as an actor. Long out-of-print, Can I Borrow A Dollar? is now back on 2LP vinyl while supplies last. This 25th anniversary edition also includes a bonus 7” featuring the rare B-side “Can-I-Bust” and the instrumental for the single “Breaker 1/9”.
A Penny For My Thoughts, Charms Alarm, Take It EZ, Heidi Hoe, Breaker 1/9, Two Scoops Of Raisins, No Defense, Blows To The Temple, Just In The Nick Of Rhyme, Tricks Up My Sleeve, Puppy Chow, Soul By The Pound, Pitchin’ Pennies, Can-I-Bust (Bonus), Breaker 1/9 Instrumental (Bonus)
More than three decades after producing Squeeze's album East Side Story, Elvis Costello teamed up with ?uestlove, Kirk Douglas, Owen Biddle, Ray Angry, and Frank Knuckles to cover "Someone Else's Heart" from the album for this limited edition 45 single! This version of “Someone Else’s Heart” was recorded in 2011 and marked the first time that Elvis and ?uestlove collaborated, igniting the spark that led to 2013’s Wise Up Ghost. This 45 single features “Someone Else’s Heart” on the A-side and the instrumental version of the tune on the B-side. Limited to 4,000 copies worldwide.
"Someone Else's Heart"/"Someone Else's Heart (Instrumental)"
For Record Store Day Czarface will issue “Man’s Worst Enemy”, a multimedia set featuring an all new CZARFACE comic illustrated by Gift Revolver complete with its own 7"" vinyl companion. The 7” will feature a pulse-pounding soundtrack to accompany the comic, material not included on their full-length with MF DOOM and an exclusive remix to Czarface and MF DOOM's “Meddle With Metal!"
1. Man's Worst Enemy Theme 2. Meddle With Metal (7L's NYtyme Mix) 3. Rottsyler Theme 4. MF Czar (Intrumental)
The producer’s own mixes – recently rediscovered - of his seminal EP, expanded with bonus tracks into a 2LP set, with extensive liner notes and unpublished photos.
When Ruff Draft saw its initial release in 2003, J Dilla possessed production skills on par with anyone in hip-hop – technically and creatively. “At the top of his game,” says longtime friend and collaborator, Karriem Riggins. After years of building while modestly deferring to others of both greater and lesser notoriety, Dilla finally completed the first solo endeavor on his own label, entirely on his own terms. The significance of such an autonomous success often gets overlooked, and partly accounts for why Ruff Draft is one of the lesser-referenced entries in Dilla’s oeuvre. “It’s a mysterious little project,” says his mother, Maureen Yancey. “But out of his entire career, that was the happiest time.”
Prior to recording the EP, Dilla found himself at a crossroads. Estranged from his label, MCA, and separated from the mother of his youngest daughter, frustration abounded both personally and professionally. Dilla spent parts of 2002 and 2003 working on an album for MCA that featured his rapping over contributions from other producers with whom he had connected and whose music he respected. At the time, he was known primarily for his beats, yet reviled for his MCing by most anyone not from his hometown of Detroit. The project was to be an intentional freak of the industry.
The project would go on to spur his collaborative album with Madlib, Jaylib, and would first showcase the template that he would take to his greatest heights with 2006’s Donuts. The Stones Throw reissue of Ruff Draft from 2008 featured remixes of the songs from the album, done without Dilla’s involvement. This version of the album takes Dilla’s recently discovered mixes of the album and restores his vision for the project. “Straight from the mothafuckin’ cassette,” as he phrased the sound he was going for on the EP’s intro. It is buttressed by unreleased tracks and is presented in two versions: LP one is the EP as it was originally released; LP 2 is the alternate version that Dilla had for the project. Author Ronnie Reese expands upon his original liner notes to further tell Dilla’s story, in a booklet complete with never before published photographs from the Ruff Draft photo session.
1. Intro 2. Let's Take It Back 3. Reckless Driving 4. Nothing Like This 5. The $ 6. Interlude 7. Make'em NV 8. Interlude 9. Crushin' 10. Shouts 11. Intro (Alt.) 12. Wild 13. Take Notice (Feat. Guilty Simpson) 14. Shouts (Alt.)
The California EP pays homage to Wes’ first full-length release, Florida, where he spent much of his youth. The sonics on California share a similar tone: slow, vibey, & melancholic, a bit of a departure from the sound he has been known for in recent years. The vibe of the EP is somewhat dark, contrary to the warm and carefree lifestyle one would expect of someone living in California. This may very well be a reflection of the bleak underside of fame & excess in Hollywood. The EP is much more than just a handful of tracks; it's an introspective body of work. Diplo has recruited industry heavyweights and newcomers alike, including Santigold, Dram, Lil’ Yachty, MØ, Goldlink and more, as well as LA-based artist, February James, who was commissioned to create inspired portraits of each of the artists that appear on the EP, housed in the gatefold jacket.
SIDE A Worry No More (feat. Lil Yachty & Santigold), Look Back (feat. DRAM)
SIDE B Get It Right (feat. MØ & GoldLink) [Remix] Plus 3 currently unreleased tracks.
When Fleet Foxes visited Reykjavik last fall for the local Iceland Airwaves festival, they recorded this stunning version of "Crack Up", the title track from last year's critically adored album. Adding to the majesty of the song is Graduale Nobili, the 24 piece choir known for their work with Bjork. The B-side of this RSD 2018 single is a live take on "In The Morning" originally written by Barry Gibb, recorded at last summer's Montreux Jazz Festival.
"Crack Up (Choral Version)"/"In The Morning (Live in Switzerland)"
An EP of new material, with the entire track list on both A Side and B Side!
1. Rough Mix 2. Really Nice Guys 3. Related Artists (For Fans Of...) 4. I'm On the Guestlist 5. YouTubular 6. The East Nashville Kroger Conversation 7. Emotional Impact For Sale 8. Pull Quote (feat. Jerry)
A Steel Guitar Tribute to the Byrds’ “Sweetheart of the Rodeo” by the Original Steel Guitarists Lloyd Green and Jay Dee Maness. Includes a vocal reprise of "You Ain't Going Nowhere" featuring Jim Lauderdale, Herb Pedersen, Richie Furay, Jeff Hanna, Matraca Berg, Jim Photoglo and Bill Lloyd.
1. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere 2. I Am A Pilgrim 3. The Christian Life 4. You Don’t Miss Your Water 5. You’re Still On My Mind 6. Pretty Boy Floyd 7. Hickory Wind 8. One Hundred Years From Now 9. Blue Canadian Rockies 10. Life In Prison 11. Nothing Was Delivered 12. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (Vocal Reprise)
Official debut album from the prolific underground rap crew, Living Legends. Features the likes of Slug, Pep Love, and more. Easily a fan favorite album that has lasted the test of time since its 2001 release. Gatefold vinyl with picture discs.
1. Got a Question 4 Ya? | 2. Nightprowler (feat. Slug) | 3. That Looks Good | 4. Black Glass | 5. Rabbit Hole | 6. Common Ground | 7. Flawless | 8. What Would I Be (feat. N8 the Gr8 & Krush) | 9. Anything you Want | 10. Gift Wrap | 11. War Games | 12. Forces of Nature | 13. Osaka Tales | 14. Soap Boxin | 15. Not Here (feat. Pep Love & Jo Wilkinson) | 16. Nothing Less (feat. Slug) | 17. The Otherside (Bonus Track)
40th Anniversary Record Store Day edition. The Lurkers were the first ever band on Beggars Banquet and the whole label history boils down to their existence. Pressed on orange vinyl.
SIDE A 1.Ain't Got a Clue 2.I Don't Need to Tell Her 3.Total War 4.Hey You 5.Shadow 6.Then I Kicked Her 7.Go Go Go
SIDE B 1.Jenny 2.Time of Year 3.Self Destruct 4.It's Quiet Here 5.Gerald 6.I'm on Heat 7.Be My Prisoner
Long deleted 1984 Reggae album on 180 gram vinyl, including their biggest hits "Boat to Zion" and "Madness".
Disc 1: Only Your Picture, Throw Down Your Arms, Save Us Jah, Can't Push, Longest Liver, Jamaica, Who Can't Hear Will Feel, Answer Dee Telephone, Hold On Steady, Jah Praise
Disc 2: Boat To Zion, Madness, Hard Time, Hard Time DJ Version
One of the earliest MC5 singles! Packaged in new envelope style sleeves, with rare unseen band photos! The Motor City Five pressed on black vinyl at Third Man Pressing in the Motor City! Includes brand spankin’ new liners by David Fricke of Rolling Stone, who says, “In a 1966 live recording, the MC5 played ‘Looking at You’ like Motown raga. At United Sound, the band hit the zigzag riff at light speed and stayed there, framed by searing lead guitar and explosive drumming. ‘Borderline’ was a frantic jigsaw of power-chord jolts and sheet-like harmonies detonated again, at the Grande, for the live recording of the MC5's first LP, Kick Out the Jams.”
"Looking At You"/"Borderline"
1. Saint-Saëns The Swan / Lucille Clifton "blessing the boats" 2. Walt Whitman from "Song of the Open Road" and "Song of Myself" 3. Bach Prelude from Suite For Cello Solo No.1 In G Major 4. Franz Schubert Andante un poco mosso from Trio No. 1 in B-flat majorJames Fenimore Cooper from "The Deerslayer" 5. George Gershwin "It Ain't Necessarily So" from Porgy and Bess 6. Piazzolla "Muerte del Ángel"
Nazz's second album was to be a double album (as per Todd's wishes), called Fungo Bat. Recording began in Nov 1968 and completed in Spring (March) 1969. Due to band members indifference & management decisions, it was never released as such and Todd left the band to pursue a solo career. Todd's personal copies of the Fungo Bat Acetates were among the possessions lost in a fire at his home. The source of the recordings are from an individual in Austin, Texas, who once owned one of the only known copies of the acetates for Fungo Bat. It was three 12" acetates, with typed labels. The track listing on the acetates are just in order, 24 tracks - if this was indeed the album order, what is listed above is the logical place for album side breaks With Todd Rundgren-guitar; Robert "Stewkey" Antoni- vocals keyboards; Carson Van Osten- bass; THom Mooney0 drums.
Disc 1: Forget All About It, There's Only One Winner, Magic Me, Gonna Cry Today, Meridian Leeward, Under the Ice, Some People, Rain Rider, Resolution, Old Time Lovemaking, Featherbedding Lover, Take the Hand, How Can You Call That Beautiful'
Disc 2: Loosen Up, Sing A Song, Good Lovin' Woman; Sing A Song repirse, It's Not That Easy, Plenty of Lovin', Letters Don't Count, Kiddie Boy, Christopher Columbus, Hang On Paul, Not Wrong Long, You Are My Window
A Beautiful Song
Burch Morris, the legendary jazz musician and inventor of conduction (a practice in which he leads musicians in conducted interpretations and improvisation), guides the orchestra of Nublu residents - Kenny Wollesen (Tom Waits, John Zorn), Eddie Henderson (Herbie Hancock) , Didi Gutman (Brazilian Girls), Ilhan Ersahin (Wax Poetic, Istanbul Sessions and Nublu founder), Sylvia Gordon (Kudu) Jesse Murphy (Love Trio , Brazilian Girls) and many more - through a series of musical pieces that touch on jazz, pop, dance floor.
1 - Sciubba Diving 4:21 2 - LES Gardens 4:12 3 - Here Comes the Man3:57 4 - Sketches of NYC - 7:31 5 - Downstairs - 4:20 6 - Ladies 7:21 7 - Let's Do It 0:18 8 - City Light 7:25 9 - We are the Ones 4:22 10 - Steppin' on Toes 4:24 11 - Under Siege 3:53 12 - Food Good 5:04
First time reissue of this 60's Stones-related record 1xLP - 180g clear vinyl Lacquers cut by Kevin Gray from analog masters tape Plating & Pressing at R.T.I. Stoughton old style tip on jacket
blue turns grey
(I can't get no) Satisfaction
you better move on
time is on my side
heart of stone
as tears go by
play with fire
theme for a rolling stone
tell me (you're coming back)
the last time