RSD Black Friday 2019
Picture Disc of the recently released album Get It Out, is the second release and first full-length from Altitudes & Attitude, a collaboration between Frank Bello and David Ellefson, bassists for Anthrax and Megadeth respectively.
1. “Get It Out” 2. “Late” 3. “Out Here” 4. “Part of Me” 5. “Slip” 6. “Talk to Me” 7. “Leviathan” 8. “Cold” 9. “Another Day” 10. “All There Is” 11. “Booze and Cigarettes” 12. “Tell the World” 13. “Here Again”
Unearthed for the first time after the discovery of a “mystery" tape reel, Louis Armstrong's performance in Allentown, PA on November 24, 1956 is one for the history books. Armstrong is joined by his All-Stars, including Trummy Young, Edmund Hall, Billy Kyle, and Velma Middleton. Available for the first time in any format, the historic concert audio has been mastered from the original analog tape and pressed on color vinyl for this limited edition release, exclusively for RSD Black Friday.
A1 “Introduction” A2 “When It's Sleepy Time Down South” A3 “Blueberry Hill” A4 “Tin Roof Blues” A5 “Perdido” A6 “Blues in B♭”
B1 “Medley: Tenderly, You'll Never Walk Alone” B2 “Big Mama's Back In Town” B3 “C'est Si Bon” B4 “La Vie En Rose” B5 “Mahogany Hall Stomp” B6 “When It's Sleepy Tim Down South (Reprise)”
Reissue of the rare MONO version of Chet Baker's classic 1958 album on Riverside Records. Cut from the analog master, pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI and housed in a tip-on jacket.
Side A: 1. “Do It The Hard Way” 2. “I'm Old Fashioned” 3. “You're Driving Me Crazy” 4. “It Could Happen To You” 5. “My Heart Stood Still”
SIde B: 1. “The More I See You” 2. “Everything Happens To Me” 3. “Dancing On The Ceiling” 4. “How Long Has This Been Going On?” 5. “Old Devil Moon”
New Vinyl: $21.98 Buy
New Vinyl: $9.98 Buy
It’s said that legends aren’t born—they’re grown. Willie Nelson, an enduring American icon and tireless supporter of marijuana legalization, offers the latest hit from his stash, a humorous ode to the sweetest of leaves as only Willie can do it. “Sometimes Even I Can Get Too High,” a new song from the sessions for Willie’s latest album, Ride Me Back Home Is backed with “It’s All Going To Pot,” another 420 favorite from Django and Jimmie, Willie and Merle Haggard’s 2015 album.
"Sometimes Even I Can Get Too High" b/w "It's All Going To Pot" (w/ Merle Haggard)
In early 1965, Chuck Berry’s career was making a resurgence on the back of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones covering his songs on their early records. Chuck Berry In London (1965) was the answer to that British revival, and it is considered one of his best efforts of that period. This masterpiece contains eight songs recorded in London in early 1965, backed by the UK R&B group The Five Dimensions, plus other tracks belonging to a December 1964 Chicago session with the Jules Blattner Group. 180g LP. First official reissue in over 50 years.
Side 1: 1. “My Little Love-Lights” 2. “She Once Was Mine” 3. “After It's Over” 4. “I Got A Booking” 5. “Night Beat” 6. “His Daughter Caroline” 7. “You Came a Long Way From St. Louis”
Side 2: 1. “St. Louis Blues” 2. “Jamaica Farewell” 3. “Dear Dad” 4. “Butterscotch” 5. “The Song of My Live” 6. “Why Should We End This Way” 7. “I Want To Be Your Driver”
Bad is a selection of remixes from Broncho's latest album Bad Behavior, on red splatter vinyl. This limited edition release is for all the good boys and girls. It features remixes of Broncho songs by real sweeties like of Montreal, Yeasayer, Methyl Ethel, Generationals, and Computer Magic and we hope it makes you boogie and feel really good.
“Boys Got to Go (Computer Magic Remix)”/”Keep It In Line (Yeasayer Remix)”/”Big City Boys (Generationals Remix)”/”Family Values (Of Montreal Remix)”/”All Choked Up (Methyl Ethel remix)”
Double LP- Recorded at SOLD OUT Two Nights at the Historic Ryman Auditorium in February 2019. First Live Album! Current CMA Duo Of The Year! 12 Tracks including the hit songs- "It Ain't My Fault", "Shoot Me Straight", "21 Summer" and the #1 Song- "Stay A Little Longer". Brothers Osborne currently reigns as three-time CMA Vocal Duo of the Year in addition to being named ACM Vocal Duo of the Year the past two years. Overall, Brothers Osborne have collected four CMA and five ACM trophies.
A complement to the 50th anniversary release of Live at Home With His Bad Self (which itself is an expansion of a 1969 live show that was heavily edited into the LP 'Sex Machine'), this RSD Black Friday exclusive is the after-show set, featuring extended versions of rare (released) cuts, new mixes, a duet with Marva Whitney and some revealing stage patter.
Side 1: 1. “Baby Here I Come (false start & complete take)” 2. “Spinning Wheel (take 1)” 3. “Spinning Wheel (take 2)”
Side 2: 1. “Rehearsal” 2. “Respect” 3. “A Talk With James Brown/You Got To Have A Job” 4. “Fat Wood (rehearsal)” 5. “Fat Wood”
New Vinyl: $11.98 Buy
Lewis Capaldi's Spotify Singles Session, available on limited edtion 7" vinyl exclusively for RSD BF! Features live recordings of "Hold Me While You Wait" and a cover of "when the party's over" originally performed by Billie Eilish
"Hold Me While You Wait"/"When The Party's Over"
New Vinyl: $12.98 Buy
“Home For The Holidays” / “For Love On Christmas Day”
The Comet is Coming follow up to their critically acclaimed "Trust in The Lifeforce of the Deep Mystery" with "The Afterlife" EP, their second title to be released under the Impulse Records! label. "The two records can be seen as companions, that cannot exist without each other, like day and night, light and dark, creation and destruction. They were made together, at the same time, and have always been intended to be experienced together". - Danalogue
New Vinyl: $7.98 Buy
Barns Courtney's scaled back performances of "You And I" and "99" Live from the Old Nunnery. Not available on vinyl anywhere else!
"99" Live from The Old Nunnery/"You And I" (Acoustic)
Miles Davis was on the verge of forming one of his most acclaimed ensembles in 1964. It was this year that he travelled to perform in Japan for the first time, bringing with him 3/4ths of the musicians that would form his famed "second great quartet": Herbie Hancock on piano, Ron Carter on double bass, and Tony Williams on drums. In addition, the jazz legend brought along saxophonist Sam Rivers to replace the recently exited George Coleman.
Davis and Rivers never developed any major chemistry and frequently found their distinct styles clashing (or perhaps dueling) in their performances. Rivers would ultimately be dismissed from the group at the end of their trip, leading to the arrival of Wayne Shorter, and the inception of the second great quintet.
The partnership of Miles Davis and Sam Rivers may have been short-lived, but it did produce the live album Miles In Tokyo. The record is a rare jewel in Miles Davis' discography, featuring high-energy live versions of songs by Rodgers & Hart, Cole Porter, and Richard Carpenter, as well as a restlessly fast-paced take on the Davis staple "So What". This collection has previously only been available in Japan, but is now presented on vinyl for the first time in America by Get On Down, just in time for RSD Black Friday.
A Side : “If I Were A Bell”, “My Funny Valentine”
B Side : “So What”, “Walkin”, “All Of You”
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Released on special coloured vinyl exclusively for RSD Black Friday, this 7” single features two of the best-loved tracks from Thomas Dolby. Originally released in 1982, “She Blinded Me With Science” reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and then spent two weeks at #2 in Canada In 2002. Side B features “One Of Our Submarines” another knock-out track that’s a firm favourite among Dolby fans.
"She Blinded Me With Science"/"One of Our Submarines"