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New Music Releases – September 9, 2014

newre2The Beatles Mono Editions are finally here on vinyl.  Other vinyl reissues this week include some great jazz reissues including Sonny Rollins’ 1958 masterpiece ‘Freedom Suite,’ The Thelonious Monk Orchestra’s ‘At Town Hall,’ Stan Getz with ‘Stan Getz Quartets,’ John Coltrane’s ‘Black Pearls,’ Clifford Brown’s ‘Memorial,’ Miles Davis’ 1955 album ‘Blue Moods’ and Coleman Hawkins’ 1960 release ‘At Ease with Coleman Hawkins.’ Other vinyl reissues include a 2 LP set from John Lee Hooker called ‘Boogie Chillun,’ Booker T. and the M.G.’s ‘The Booker T. Set,’ Lambchop’s ‘Live at XX Merge,’ Santana’s ‘Zebop!’ and two from the Glitch Mob (‘Drink the Sea’ and ‘We Can Make the World Stop’).     (all available here at SoundStageDirect!)

 
A.C. Newman – What If OST
Alice Cooper – Nobody Likes Us
American Hi-Fi – Blood & Lemondade
Andras Fox – Vibrate on Silent (12″)
Angus and Julia Stone – Angus and Julia Stone (2xLP)
Aretha Franklin – Amazing Grace (reissue) (2xLP)
Avi Buffalo – At Best Cuckold (vinyl)
Ballet School – The Dew Lasts An Hour
Banks – Goddess (2xLP)
Beatles – A Hard Day’s Night (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Beatles for Sale (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Help! (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – In Mono (14xLP box set)
Beatles – Magical Mystery Tour (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Mono Masters (3xLP)
Beatles – Please Please Me (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Revolver (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Rubber Soul (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (mono edition) (vinyl)
Beatles – The Beatles (The White Album) (mono edition) (2xLP)
Beatles – With the Beatles (mono edition) (vinyl)
Better Than Ezra – All Together Now
Billy Childs – Map To The Treasure: Reimagining Laura Nyro
Billy the Kid – Horseshoes and Hand Grenades
Blonde Redhead – Barragán
Booker T. and the M.G.’s – The Booker T. Set (reissue) (vinyl)
Brad Fiedel – Terminator 2: Judgment Day OST (vinyl)
Brian Reitzell – Watch Dogs O.S.T. (vinyl)
Bryan Adams – Tracks of My Years
Busdriver – Perfect Hair (2xLP)
Cannonball Adderley – In New York (reissue) (vinyl)
Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Balcony
Charley Pride – Christmas in My Home Town (reissue)
Circa Survive – Violent Waves
Clifford Brown – Memorial (reissue) (vinyl)
Coleman Hawkins – At Ease with Coleman Hawkins (reissue) (vinyl)
Crimson Shadows – Kings Among Men
Crown The Empire – The Fallout (reissue) (vinyl)
Crystal Voyager – Crystal Voyager OST (vinyl)
Cuntz – Here Come the Real Boys (vinyl)
David Bazan & the Passenger String Quartet – David Bazan & the Passenger String Quartet
Death From Above 1979 – The Physical World (vinyl)
Delta Spirit – Into the Wild (vinyl)
Dionne Warwick – Feels So Good
Donny Hathaway – The Best Of Donny Hathaway (vinyl)
Duologue – Never Get Lost
Earth – Primitive and Deadly (vinyl)
Emarosa – Versus (vinyl)
Esben and the Witch – A New Nature (2xLP)
Fernando Velaquez – Hercules OST (vinyl)
Flowers – Do What You Want To, It’s What You Should Do
Free Throw – These Days Are Gone (vinyl)
Frnkiero Andthe Cellabration – .Stomachaches (vinyl)
Further – Where Were You Then? (vinyl)
Gladys Knight – Where My Heart Belongs
Grateful Dead – Wake Up To Find Out: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 3/29/1990
Greensky Bluegrass – If Sorrows Swim
Hank Snow – Complete Us Country Hits 1949-62
Hiss Golden Messenger – Lateness of Dancers (vinyl)
HOD – Book Of The Worm
Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs – You Can’t Buy a Gun When You’re Crying (vinyl)
Ian Matthews – Stealin’ Home (reissue)
Ikonika – Position EP (12″)
In Flames – Siren Charms (2xLP)
In Flames – Siren Charms (Deluxe Edition) (11×7″)
Interpol – El Pintor (colored vinyl)
Ital – Endgame (2xLP)
James Taylor – Feel the Moonshine
Jaye Jayle – The Beast Keeps Cool (7″)
Jeff Russo – Fargo OST (vinyl)
Jesse Marchant – Jesse Marchant (vinyl)
Jhene Aiko – Souled Out
John Coltrane – Black Pearls (reissue) (vinyl)
John Lee Hooker – Boogie Chillun (reissue) (2xLP)
Justin Townes Earle – Single Mothers (vinyl)
Karen O – Crush Songs (vinyl)
Laibach – Opus Dei
Lambchop – Live at XX Merge (reissue) (vinyl)
Lecrae – Anomaly
Lee Brice – I Don’t Dance
Left and Right – Five Year Plan Tape
Lemonade – Minus Tide (vinyl)
Lonely Kamel – Shit City
Loudon Wainwright III – Haven’t Got The Blues (Yet)
Love Inks – Exi
Marian McLaughlin – Derive (vinyl)
Mazes – Wooden Aquarium
Meek Mill – Dreams Worth More Than Money
Megaton Leviathan – Past 21 Beyond The Arctic Cell
Menace Beach – Tennis Court (7″)
Michael Stanley – Cabin Fever (reissue)
Michael Stanley – Freinds & Legends (reissue)
Michael Stanley – Greatest Hints (reissue)
Michael Stanley – Ladies Choice (reissue)
Michael Stanley – Michael Stanley (reissue)
Michael Stanley – You Break It You Bought It (reissue)
Michelle Williams – Journey to Freedom
Miles Davis – Blue Moods (reissue) (vinyl)
Moreno Veloso – Coisa Boa (vinyl)
Music Band – I Was Like (7″)
Neil Sedaka – Complete Us Singles & Eps As & Bs 1956-62
Niagara – Don’t Take It Personally
Nikki Sudden – Fred Beethoven (vinyl)
NONI WO – U S B E P
Obnox – The Juke That Sat By the Door (vinyl)
Odesza – In Return (2xLP)
Old Testament – Old Testament
Orlando Julius – Jaiyede Afro (2xLP)
Ornette Coleman – Tomorrow Is the Question! (vinyl)
Oscillator Bug – Bursts Of The Million
Paul Carrack – Best of Paul Carrack
Paul Collins – Feel the Noise (vinyl)
PC Worship – Social Rust
Pere Ubu – Carnival of Souls (vinyl)
Phobia – Grindcore
Phosphorescent – Muchacho (gold vinyl)
Power Glove – Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon O.S.T. (2xLP)
Queen – Live at the Rainbow (deluxe box set)
Richard “Groove” Holmes – Soul Message (vinyl)
Rittz – Next To Nothing
Robert Plant – Lullaby and…the Ceaseless Roar (2xLP)
Rudiger Lorenz – Invisible Voices (vinyl)
Ryan Adams – Ryan Adams (vinyl)
Santana – Corazon, Live from Mexico: Live It to Believe It
Santana – Zebop! (reissue) (vinyl)
Sean Rowe – Madman (vinyl)
Senses Fail – Let It Enfold You (vinyl)
Sergio Mendes – Magic
Simian Mobile Disco – Whorl (vinyl)
Sloan – Commonwealth (vinyl)
Sonny Rollins – Freedom Suite (reissue) (vinyl)
Spirits of the Dead – Rumours of a Presence
Stan Getz – Stan Getz Quartets (reissue) (vinyl)
Steak – Slab City
Striker – City of Gold
T-Bone Walker – Ultimate Collection 1929-57
Tennis – Ritual In Repeat (vinyl)
The American Scene – Haze (vinyl)
The Blackbyrds – Unfinished Business (vinyl)
The Foxery – Unless (colored vinyl)
The Gaggers – Sharp Lies (7″)
The Glitch Mob – Drink the Sea (reissue) (vinyl)
The Glitch Mob – We Can Make the World Stop (reissue) (10″)
The Knife – Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You and Me (10″)
The Order Of Israfel – Wisdom
The Rentals – Lost In Alphaville (vinyl)
The Stroke Band – Green and Yellow (vinyl)
The Thelonious Monk Orchestra – At Town Hall (reissue) (vinyl)
The Used/Taking Back Sunday – Split (10″)
Tiny Moving Parts – Pleasant Living (red/orange/yellow vinyl)
Tricky – Adrian Thaws (2xLP)
Vance Joy – Dream Your Life Away (vinyl)
Various Artists – Exclusive Blend Vol 1 (vinyl)
Various Artists – Exclusive Blend Vol 2 (2xLP)
Various Artists – Ghostbusters II (vinyl)
Various Artists – Morning of the Earth OST (vinyl)
Various Artists – Soul Jazz Records presents: No Seattle – Forgotten Sounds Of The North-West Grunge Era 1986-97 (Volume 1) (2xLP)
Various Artists – Soul Jazz Records presents: No Seattle – Forgotten Sounds Of The North-West Grunge Era 1986-97 (Volume 2) (2xLP)
Various Artists – Take Me to the River
Various Artists – The Midnight Special (11 DVD box set)
Wave Sleep Wave – Never Notice
Wild Billy Childish – Punk Rock Enough for Me (7″)
William Onyeabor – What?!
Wire – Document and Eyewitness 1979-1980 (2xLP)

This Week In Music History – September 1 – September 7

Rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-sunsetOn September 1, 1995, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opened in Cleveland, Ohio, with the ribbon being cut by an ensemble that included Yoko Ono and Little Richard, among others, before a crowd of more than 10,000 people. The following night an all-star concert was held at the stadium. It featured Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Al Green, Jerry Lee Lewis, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen, Iggy Pop, John Fogerty, John Mellencamp and many others. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Library and Archives is the world’s most comprehensive repository of materials related to the history of rock and roll.

 

 

 

 
220px-Styx_-_Pieces_of_EightOn September 1, 1978, Styx released their eighth studio album ‘Pieces of Eight.’ The LP achieved triple-platinum certification, thanks to the hit singles “Sing for the Day,” “Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)” and “Renegade.” The album’s cover was done by Hipgnosis.

 

 

 

 

 

 
angelsOn September 2, 1963, the Angels become the first white all-female group to have a number-one record with the legendary girl group cut “My Boyfriend’s Back.”

 

 

 

 

 

ELM_52On September 2, 1972, the Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival was held over three days on Bull Island, near Griffin, Indiana. The promoters expected up to 50,000 music fans however, more than 200,000 attended the festival. Acts that appeared included Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids, Black Oak Arkansas, Cheech and Chong, Foghat, Albert King, Brownsville Station, Canned Heat, Flash, Ravi Shankar, Rory Gallagher, Lee Michaels and Frosty, the Eagles, the Amboy Dukes, and Gentle Giant. Three concert goers drowned in the Wabash River and as the festival ended, the remnants of the crowd burned down the music stand.

 

 

 

 

 

usfest2On September 3, 1982, Steve Wozniak, the founder of the Apple Computer Company, sponsors a three day music Festival in San Bernardino, California, featuring The Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, Eddie Money, Talking Heads, Fleetwood Mac, Dave Edmunds, Santana, the B-52′s, The Kinks, The Police, The Cars, Tom Petty and others. Even though the event was attended by over 400,000 people and took in $10 million, the concert still ended up losing money.

 

 

 

 

220px-96tearsalbumOn September 3, 1966, Question Mark And The Mysterians’ “96 Tears” made its debut on Billboard’s Hot 100, where it will eventually reach number one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
BEATLES111On September 4, 1962, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr begin recording together for the first time at EMI’s St. John Studio. They laid down six songs including “Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You.”

 

 

 

 

 
Ya-Ya's_Out!_The_Rolling_Stones_in_ConcertOn September 4, 1970, ‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!,’ a live album by the Rolling Stones, was released on Decca Records in the UK and on London Records in the US. It was recorded in New York and Maryland in November 1969. The title of the album was adapted from the song “Get Yer Yas Yas Out” by Blind Boy Fuller.

 

 

 

 

 
Paul_McCartney_during_a_Wings_concert,_1976On September 4, 1971, Paul McCartney scored his second solo, #1 hit in the US with “Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey.” Paul explained that “Uncle Albert” was based on his real-life uncle. “He’s someone I recall fondly and when the song was coming, it was like a nostalgia thing… As for Admiral Halsey, he’s one of yours, an American admiral,” referring to Admiral William “Bull” Halsey.

 

 

 

 

 

 
the-doors-456-012913On September 5, 1968, on their first visit to the UK, the Doors appeared on Top of The Pops and performed their hit “Hello I Love You” live on the TV show.

 

 

 

 

 

Janis_Joplin_seated_1970On September 5, 1970, Janis Joplin started recording sessions that included recording a version of the Kris Kristofferson/Fred Foster song “Me and Bobby McGee.” Joplin’s version topped the US singles chart in 1971 after her death, making the song the second posthumous #1 single in US chart history after ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ by Otis Redding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

jimiOn September 6, 1970, Jimi Hendrix made his final concert appearance when he appeared at the Isle Of Fehmarn in Germany. The guitarist died on Sept 18, 1970.

 

 

 

 

 

Eric_Clapton2_in_1978On September 6, 1968, Eric Clapton recorded the guitar solo for the Beatles’ song “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” George Harrison had asked his friend to add a lead guitar solo to the song. Clapton was reluctant; and said, “Nobody ever plays on the Beatles’ records,’ however Harrison convinced him and Clapton’s solo, using Harrison’s Gibson Les Paul electric guitar “Lucy” (a recent gift from Clapton), was recorded that evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Sam_Cooke_2On September 7, 1957, Sam Cooke released his first single “You Send Me.” The song has become a landmark record of the soul genre and was named as one of the 500 most important rock and roll recordings by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

 

 

 

 

 
Led-Zep-first-performance-7th-sept--1968On September 7, 1968, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham made their live debut as Led Zeppelin but were billed as the New Yardbirds at Teen Club in Gladsaxe (a suburb in the outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark). Around 1,200 youngsters attended the show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
moonOn September 7, 1978, Keith Moon, drummer for the Who, died in London after overdosing on Hemenephirin (prescribed to combat alcoholism) at the age of 31. Moon played on all the Who albums from their debut, 1965′s ‘My Generation’ to 1978′s ‘Who Are You.’