Out This Week / on 17 August 2018

Miles Davis / Bitches Brew SACD

Miles Davis / Bitches Brew SACD CD

Miles Davis‘ genre-busting 1970 classic Bitches Brew is issued as a multi-channel SACD which features the QUAD mix on the multi-channel layer, and a hi-res stereo 2018 remaster “derived from the original analog masters” on the stereo layer.

Neil Diamond / Hot August Night III CD, Blu-ray, DVD

Neil Diamond‘s concert at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre back from 2012 marked the 40th anniversary of his original Hot August Night album/performance. That show is now being issued as Hot August Night III in audio-video combo packages.

The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (vinyl LP)

A couple of months after the CD version was issued, a 2LP vinyl pressing of this album – which  pairs original Beach Boys vocal performances with new symphonic arrangements – is available. Read more

Tucky Buzzard / The Complete Tucky Buzzard (5LP vinyl box)

In the early 1970s, the band The End morphed into Tucky Buzzard and psychedelic pop became bluesy rock. All five albums (issued between 1971 and 1973 and produced by Bill Wyman) are included in this vinyl box which is strictly limited to 750 copies.

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Tucky Buzzard

The Complete Tucky Buzzard [VINYL]


Brett Anderson / Black Rainbows and Slow Attack (clear vinyl)

Brett Anderson‘s last two (to date) solo albums are issued on clear vinyl. The Suede frontman’s solo work got better and better and 2011’s Black Rainbows is particularly good.

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Brett Anderson

Black Rainbows [VINYL]


Siouxsie & The Banshees / Through The Looking Glass (vinyl LP)

This vinyl reissue of Siouxsie & The Banshees‘ 1987 cover album has been remastered from the original quarter-inch tapes and cut at half speed at Abbey Road, with artwork and audio “personally overseen” by Siouxsie Sioux and Steven Severin. 1979’s Join Hands gets the same treatment.

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Siouxsie & The Banshees

Through The Looking Glass [VINYL]


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Siouxsie & The Banshees

Join Hands [VINYL]


Cyndi Lauper / A Night To Remember

Apparently out-of-print in the U.S., Cyndi Lauper‘s third album A Night To Remember is reissued on CD by Music On CD. No bonus tracks and no mention of a remaster make this of limited appeal.

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Cyndi Lauper

A Night To Remember


Bob Dylan vinyl LP

Not exactly sure why, as I wouldn’t have thought this was out of print, but Sony are reissuing Bob Dylan‘s 1962 debut album on black vinyl. This features ‘Talkin’ New York’ and ‘Song to Woody’.

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Dylan, Bob

Bob Dylan [VINYL]


Ella Fitzgerald / Ella at Zardis (2LP vinyl)

This new double album captures a previously unreleased two set, 21-song performance from Ella Fitzgerald backed by pianist Don Abney, bassist Vernon Alley and drummer Frank Capp. This was recorded on 2 February, 1956 at Zardi’s Jazzland in Hollywood. Double vinyl includes a download card.

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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella At Zardi's [VINYL]


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Also out this week the new album from gabrielle & a new 1000 only pink/black pressing of fairground attraction’s – first of a million kisses.

Steve Pritchard

Vinyl, vinyl, vinyl… crackle, pop, crackle, pop, bass distortion…. YAWN.

Michael Khalsa

A Night To Forget was the way Cyndi Lauper described this record in her autobiography. She wanted to call it Kindred Soul but the record company said no. I Drove All Night is great. Unconditional Love. I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend. And Hole In My Heart which was on the Japanese version still sounds great.


It’s a shame more didn’t go into the reissue of A Night To Remember. There was a good Japan remaster with bonus tracks (“Hole in my Heart” and live version from a different era of “I Drive All Night”) just a few years ago. Still missing plenty of potential material, but even a straight release of that version would have approximated a boon for the US, where I don’t think we’ve ever had an official release of “Hole in my Heart” on CD domestically.


I have a feeling that the Bob Dylan album slipped out of copyright for Sony as I count 14 different vinyl releases on non-Sony affiliated labels – so perhaps going for the “official” black vinyl lp…


I purchased the original Cyndi Lauper cd second hand in mint condition via amazon for £1.29 including p&p last year. There really is no point to this reissue


The Banshees’ “Tinderbox” and ‘”Juju” are released at the same time (HMV are doing a bundle deal on all 4) – I’ve only heard Juju so far, and the sound is immense (I caved in and bought a gold vinyl one off Discogs!) Especially looking forward to Tinderbox; an often underrated classic with great production to begin with.

Yani P

£17.50 each so a much better proce


Email from HMV this morning kindly letting me know that Tinderbox is on its way. No mention of the other three… I hope this isn’t “The Curse of the Banshees” again. It’ll be that bloody square hole they keep insisting on. F**ks things up every time.


Gonna ask once more, if anyone knows……

Whatever happened to those Scritti Politti re-issues ?
They were apparently scheduled for june, but no word as yet……


Paul, any idea if the recent Bob Dylan 2CD live compilation sourced from the copyright collection (1962-1966) will also be issued on vinyl? It’s an outstanding compilation, in my opinion. It’s so good, in fact, I feel it deserves a more lavish package (box set, essay, more photos, etc.).

John Mason

Dylan anthology apparently slightly more extensive in Japanese issue (2 booklets and a poster), but the (same) producers of The Bootleg Series probably don’t want to compete with themselves too extensively!?!?


Vinyl reissue overseen by Siouxsie and Steven themselves! What a great news. Let’s pray for something more in the pipeline in CD of course. Not necessarily re-release the remaster albums but put out what was left behind. Promo videos, live stuffs, out-takes, alternate version, remixes, turning it into a really woth box set. If they scrape their tapes at Universal vaults I’m sure there will be many hidden things. There’s still time to give die hard fans a christmas gift !!!


Severin was working on a complete singles set, complete with DVD and even a pledge to include tracks like “Song From The Edge Of The World” but the trail went cold. I hope these LPs are a prelude to something a bit more juicy as well.

Phil G.

Ordered the Bitches Brew SACD only last Thursday from Amazon Japan and it’s just arrived via DHL.

If the sound quality is as good as the packaging and booklet, this should be one terrific set.


Another poor week for releases at least it’s saving me money i suppose.

O(+> Peter B

Yes, September will have releases by Suede, Paul Weller, Prince and Rudimental with the next Pet Shop Boys reissues on 31 August.


Tinderbox and JuJu are also released on vinyl this Friday.


Also out will be 2 Status Quo live 2lps.