Frontiers Records will release Second Coming from Stryper, planned for March 26.

The Black Lillies new album, the followup to 2011’s excellent 100 miles of Wreckage, is expected on March 26.  The new album will be called Runaway Freeway Blues.  The release single, the quite good “The Fall” can be enjoyed at the song link.

Liberty Records will release Precious Memories II by Alan Jackson on March 26.

Simha Recordings plan the anticipated release of superstar soprano singer, Sarah Brightman‘s latest album, Dreamchaser, planning the issue for April 16.


Omnivore Records will release Here Tonight The White Light from Gene Clark on March 26.

Capitol Records Nashville will release vinyl for Rockin’ With Wanda (1960) by Wanda Jackson with a planned release date of March 12.

Exciting!  Labrador Records will release a new The Mary Onettes (who can be compared to Echo & The Bunnymen, and The Church) album on March 12.  The album will be called Hit The Waves.  This title will be issued in both CD and LP.  Honestly, if you liked the sounds of those mentioned above, search these guys out.  With two albums already issued, you have a few to backtrack on (The Mary Onettes, Islands).

MGMT will be part of a Late Night Tales multi-artist compilation on March 12, CD and 2LP (180g).

Audio Fidelity will be reissuing Welcome To The Club (1959) by Nat King Cole as an SACD with a planned release date of March 19.


Motown Records plan the release of 50th Anniversary: Singles Collection 1964-1972 featuring The Four Tops, on April 2.

Will The Circle Be Unbroken, the classic collaborative Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 3LP extravaganza is slated for 40th Anniversary reissue on 180g vinyl 3LP, scheduled for March 12.


Idlewild Recordings will release Nanobots by They Might Be Giants on CD and LP, both on March 5.

Sub Pop Records plan CD and LP versions for The Invisible Way, expected from Low, on March 19.

Perserverence Records have remastered the classic soundtrack to The Exorcist  and will release the 1973 title on March 19.


By MARowe

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