Vinyl frenzy on Record Store Day

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Vinyl frenzy on Record Store Day
Friday, April 19, 2013

Tomorrow’s the day when the remaining record shops of the western world will be overflowing with new vinyl releases put out to celebrate their continued existence. There are hundreds of special releases on 7, 10 and 12inch vinyl to pick up, some are re-releases others rare recordings that have not previously been pressed, see the Captain Beefheart below, and others are contemporary acts new to vinyl. Side By Side is an interesting approach which consists of a classic tune being played by the original act and a modern day one, for instance Deep Purple and Type-O Negative’s versions of Highway Star.

 


A full list can be found on the link at the bottom but the following are titles that caught my eye:

The Animals - The Animals are Back
Band The Last Waltz 12”
Brian Eno - Brian Eno x Nicolas Jaar x Grizzly Bear 12”
Joe Bussard - Guitar Rag/Screwdriver Slide 78rpm 7”
The Cal Tjader Trio - The Cal Tjader Trio 10”
Captain Beefheart - Frank Freemans Dance Club 12”
Cheech & Chong feat. Alice Bowie - Earache My Eye & Turn That Thing Down 7”
Country Joe and the Fish - I Feel Like I'm Fixin To Die 12”
Cream - Royal Albert Hall London May 2-3-5-6 2005 3x 12”
The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals, 10”
Deep Purple/Type-O Negative - Highway Star (Side By Side) 7”
The Doors/X - Side By Side: Soul Kitchen 7”
Bob Dylan - Wigwam 7”
G. Love - Bloodshot and Blue 10”
Gil Scott Heron & Brian Jackson  - The Bottle 7”
The Glove  - Blue Sunshine 12”
Grateful Dead  - Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 12”
Jimi Hendrix  - Hey Joe b/w Stone Free 7”
Miles Davis - Round About Midnight 12”
Nick Drake - Nick Drake 12”
Ninja Tune & If Music  - If 12”
Gram Parsons - Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels-Live 1973  7’
Pink Floyd - See Emily Play b/w Scarecrow 7”
Sly & The Family Stone - I Want To Take You Higher 10”
Small Faces - There Are But Four Small Faces 12”
Various Artists - Blues at Newport 196312”
Frank Zappa - I'm The Slime/Montana 7”

 


As far as I can tell all the 10 and 12inch releases are albums.

This is the tip of the iceberg and it would be a pretty impressive record store that had all of them in stock tomorrow but it’s a good day to be shopping.