When Santana took the stage at the Woodstock Music & Art Fair on August 16, 1969, they were unknown outside of the thriving Bay Area music scene. By the time they triumphantly walked off the … Read more >
New York band leader Curtis Knight met Hendrix (then merely Jimmy James) in later 1965 and brought him into this band, The Lovelights. These raw recordings were laid down on Boxing Day 1965 and 22 … Read more >
Harry Nilsson’s 1971 masterpiece Nilsson Schmilsson will be pressed on yellow and white split color vinyl for Record Store Day. This classic LP—the first of two that Nilsson recorded in England with producer Richard Perry—features the Grammy … Read more >
Bambu (The Caribou Sessions) features highlights from the recording sessions for the planned second album by Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys. Recorded in 1978 as the follow-up to Wilson’s classic Pacific Ocean Blue, these eclectic and … Read more >
Released in 2005, the breakthrough third studio album by progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria continued the band’s ambitious four-album “Armory Wars” sci-fi storyline and featured the mainstream rock hit “Welcome Home.” Now, Good Apollo, I’m Burning … Read more >
In 1936 and 1937, Robert Johnson recorded two sessions of Delta blues that would profoundly shape the course of rock music over the 20th century. The Complete Recordings: The Centennial Collection is the ultimate document … Read more >
Two of Toto’s biggest hits—the chart-topping “Africa” and Grammy Award-winning smash “Rosanna”—return to vinyl on a special recreation of a limited edition, die-cut, Africa-shaped picture disc originally released in 1982, featuring a map of … Read more >
On November 18, 1975, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band made their first concert appearance outside of America, at London’s Hammersmith Odeon. Born to Run had been released three months earlier, and Springsteen had … Read more >
The record companies promise lots of yummy specials again .. info will probably start to come through in late February or early March.
Coming soooooon …. lots of info about gigs for Record Store Day.