Island Records plan the release of In Dub, Volume One featuring Bob Marley & The Wailers, planned for CD release on July 17.
Eagle Rock will issue Live at Montreux featuring Etta James on CD , scheduled for July 24.
Show Dog/Universal will release an as yet untitled new album by Jesse James with an anticipated date of September 11.
Eagle Rock Entertainment has scheduled Blues Don`t Change from Peter Green Splinter Group for July 24.
Roadrunner Records will release Hatful of Hollow by The Smiths on ,180g vinyl LP for July 31. Also on July 31, Sire Recods will release a vinyl LP version of What We Saw From The Cheap Seats by Regina Spektor.
Elektra planAtlantics to reissue Reinventing The Steel from Pantera on 180g vinyl LP, while Official Live, and The Great Southern Trendkill also make it out on 180g-weight vinyl, same date.
Atlantic Records will release the self-titled album from Milo Greene on both CD and vinyl LP, both planned for July 17.
Other Atlantic Records releases include a CD of Dusty In Memphis featuring Dusty Springfield.
Flashback Records will re-release Welcome To My Nightmare from Alice Cooper in a low-cost barebones set.
Warner Brothers plan to re-release the Record Store exclusive release by The Flaming Lips called Heady Fwends, now scheduled for June 26.
And finally, Epic Records and the great folks over at Legacy Recordings will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of BAD, the best-selling classic that yielded many singles, by Michael Jackson. The 3CD/1DVD 25th Anniversary Box will be released in September, on the 18th.
[Note: This was punched out using a not so friendly netbook. I have packed the PC away and am now wondering if I should get it back out. This is not the best way, for sure.]