The Cranberries‘ final album, In The End, which is due for release next month, is being made available as a special limited edition vinyl picture disc. The songs on the album were written and demoed during 2017 and following the tragic death … Continue reading The Cranberries “In The End” Limited Edition Vinyl LP Picture Disc.
By Daniel Kreps Keith Richards has shared the new lyric video for “Big Town Playboy,” an unreleased track that features on the upcoming reissue of the Rolling Stones guitarist’s 1988 solo LP Talk Is Cheap. The blues shuffle, recorded during the same sessions that … Continue reading Keith Richards’ Unreleased Blues Shuffle ‘Big Town Playboy’ From ‘Talk Is Cheap’ Reissue
O ano de 2018 foi maravilhoso , pois essa experiencia com o Soul Voce e Eu , foi bastante gratificante pra mim. Me sinto feliz por ter trazido varios Djs que não tinham espaço e nem oportunidades pra tocar . … Continue reading Soul: Voce e Eu – The Party
By Keith Caulfield Vinyl album sales continue to be a bright spot among an otherwise bleak album sales picture. 16.8 million vinyl albums were sold in 2018, according to Nielsen Music (up 14.6 percent) — marking the 13th consecutive year of growth … Continue reading U.S. Vinyl Album Sales Grew 15% in 2018,
Pre-Order your copy at Superdeluxeedition Keep On Keeping On: Studio Albums 1970-1974 will be released on 22 February 2019. Soul legend Curtis Mayfield‘s first four solo albums are collected in a new box set called Keep On Keeping On: Studio Albums 1970-1974. The … Continue reading Coming Soon To Vinyl: Curtis Mayfield / Keep On Keeping On: Studio Albums 1970-1974
I debated what should be the first Vinyl/album I discuss? Should I go in chronological order? Popular albums first? Deal with specific eras? To make things a little more interesting I plan to use none of the aforementioned criteria. … Continue reading The Infamous Black Album
Written by Rolling Stone By network broadcasting standards, the night of January 20th, 1986, had more than its share of rarely-seen-on-TV highlights. Bob Dylan and his band glided through a gently pulsing, almost R&B take on “I Shall Be Released,” and Dylan joined Peter, Paul and Mary for “Blowin’ in the Wind” — remarkably, the first time all four had ever sung that song together onstage. Whitney Houston, energized and vocally stirring, bounded onstage to join Ashford and Simpson for “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” Even with all that star power, the night belonged to Stevie Wonder. At the end of … Continue reading News: Happy Birthday to You, Martin Luther King
To celebrate Cole’s centennial and his legacy of enduring music, Capitol/UMe has partnered with the Nat King Cole Estate for a number of exciting projects. Among them are two new collections that showcase Cole’s remarkable talents — both due out … Continue reading Coming to vinyl in June 2019: Ultimate Nat King Cole/ International Nat King Cole