Warner Brothers plan the release of When It Was Now from Atlas Genius, planned for CD release on February 19.

Warner also has Holy Fire coming from Foals on February 12.

Four Worlds Media plan the release of X from Focus with a scheduled date of February 5.


Motown Select will release 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1964-1972 featuring the music of Four Tops.  This CD collection is slated for April 2.  On the same date, this label will release the same title collection for Martha Reeves & The Vandellas.

Plastic Head plan  LP releases for Kaizoku Ban (Live in Japan), and Russian Roulette (Accept); Emperial Live Ceremony (Emperor);  Hardware, Headhunter, Metal Rendezvous, and The Blitz (Krokus), all on February 5.

Virgin Records will re-release The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982 from Roxy Music with a new scheduled date of  February 5.

Columbia and Legacy will release Love Songs from Destiny’s Child on January 29.

Atlantic Records will release Greatest Hits featuring the music of Jewel, coming on February 5.


Nonesuch Records will release How I Knew Her by Nataly Dawn in both CD, and LP (with bonus CD inclusion), both on February 12.

Concord Records will release Summer Horns from Dave Koz on May 7.

Eagle Rock will release House On Fire: The Jeff Healey Band Demos and Rarities, and Nemesis by Stratovarius. both planned for CD on February 26.

Big Machine will release Two Lanes of Freedom by Tim McGraw on February 5, CD, and LP.

Blue Note Records will release Without A Net by Wayne Shorter on February 5.

Eagle Rock will release Live at Wembley featuring Queen on DVD on March 12.

Legacy and Epic Records will reissue a 2CD Legacy set for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble of Texas Flood, with a planned date of January 29.


By MARowe