The very important news piece today centers around the upcoming reissue of Brothers and Sisters, the 1973 classic Allman Brothers Band album recorded after the death of Duane Allman, and Berry Oakley. This album contained seven strong tunes including “Ramblin’ Man”, and “Jessica”. On June 25, Mercury Records will re-release a remastered set in several formats that include a 4CD Super Deluxe Edition Set, a 2CD Deluxe Edition Set, a single CD edition, and vinyl LP. Also being made available are DD versions of all three CD Editions. That brightened up my day; hope it did the same for you.
Dangerbird Records plan to release Audition Tapes from newcomer, T. Hardy Morris on July 30. Some fans will know T. Hardy Morris from Dead Confederate as well as Diamond Rugs. You can hear “OK Corral” from the album at the link.
The new album from Travis, named Where You Stand, will be released in the UK on August 19.
Eklipse, who begins a lengthy tour (with Kamelot) in September, will be releasing their new album on June 25 via The End Records. Eklipse is a string quartet that appeals to the metal and symphonic rock set of fans. Their new album is called A Night In Strings and will feature string versions of familiar songs like “Clocks” from Coldplay, “Every Breath You Take” by The Police, and “The Man Who Sold The World” by David Bowie. You can check out the Justin Timberlake tune, “Cry Me A River” at the YouTube video below the album cover art.
‘A NIGHT IN STRINGS’ TRACKLISTING
01.Wonderful Life (orig. By Hurts)
02.In The End (orig. by Linkin Park)
03.New Moon-Theme (theme from “Eclipse – New Moon”)
04.Home (orig. by Depeche Mode)
05.Cry Me A River 9orig. by Justin Timberlake)
06.Cloudbusting (orig. by Kate Bush)
07.Paparazzi (orig. by Lady Gaga)
08.Run (orig. by Snow Patrol)
09.Mumbai-Theme (theme from “Bombay”)
10.Clocks (orig. by Coldplay)
11.The Man Who Sold The World (orig. by David Bowie)
12.Love Theme (theme from “The Godfather”)
13.Every Breath You Take (orig. by The Police)
Loud & Proud Records will release American Ride from Willie Nile on June 25.
Deutsche Grammophon will release the new Catrin Finch album, Lullabies, on July 16. Catrin Finch is an extraordinary harpist who comes from Wales. If you like such classical beauty, then I can recommend any of her works.
Capitol Records have Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia arriving from Dandy Warhols on June 11.
Capitol Records also have the 2CD 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Sports! by Huey Lewis & The News on the calendar for May 14. But I’ve already told you this one earlier (and got into trouble for it too! Go figure!!)
UMe have Live In NYC coming from Jane’s Addiction in several formats that include CD, a CD/DVD combo Special Edition, DD, and a 2LP set. The title will also be made available on DVD, and BD for the video portion. Live In NYC arrives on June 25.
And as you already know, Eagle Rock Entertainment will re-release Rockshow featuring Paul McCartney & Wings. The 1980 video that chronicled the 1976 Wings Over America supertour. It is scheduled to be released on DVD, and BD, both on July 11.
As a reminder, Wings Over America, the classic live set from Paul McCartney & Wings, will be reissued via Hear Music on May 28. This anticipated set is planned for reissue on 2CD Deluxe Edition, a 3LP set, and a 4CD Deluxe Box Set.
Eagle Rock Entertainment have the Good Vibrations Tour coming to DVD featuring The Beach Boys on June 18. The label also have Live At Wolf Trap featuring The Doobie Brothers coming to DD on June 4, and Live at Montreux 1991 featuring The Moody Blues on DD for May 21.
Geffen Records will release a 4CD Classic Album Collection for Rob Zombie on May 21.
UMe Records have Timeless Flight from The Moody Blues arriving on June 11.
Top Shelf Records have CD and LP coming for Whenever, If Ever by The World Is A Beautiful Place, with a scheduled date of June 18 for both formats.
Columbia Records, on June 4, will re-release RSD LP versions of 180p reissued Aerosmith titles that include Aerosmith, Get Your Wings, and Toys In The Attic.
Legacy Recordings will re-release three Miles Davis titles on vinyl LP, all scheduled for June 4. Those titles will be ‘Round About Midnight, Milestones, and Someday My Prince Will Come.
And finally, just so you classic line-up Black Sabbath fans know, the band will be embarking on a full-scale, 20-date US tour beginning July 25 in Houston, TX. The schedule is below:
DATE – CITY – VENUE
+Thu- Jul 25 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
+Sat-Jul 27 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
<Mon-Jul 29 Tampa, FL Live Nation Amphitheatre
+Wed-Jul 31 W. Palm Beach, FL Cruzan Amphitheatre
~Fri-Aug 02 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube Live
*Sun-Aug 04 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
+Tue-Aug 06 Detroit, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre
+Thu-Aug 08 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
+Sat-Aug 10 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
^Mon-Aug 12 Boston, MA Comcast Center
*Wed-Aug 14 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
+Fri Aug 16 Tinley Park, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
+Sun-Aug 18 Indianapolis, IN Klipsch Music Center
+Thu-Aug 22 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
*Sat-Aug 24 Seattle, WA Gorge Amphitheatre
+Mon-Aug 26 San Francisco, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View
+Wed-Aug 28 Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
+Fri-Aug 30 Phoenix, AZ US Airways Center
+Sun-Sep 01 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
*Tue-Sep 03 Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles Sports Arena
*Previously announced date.
^On sale Friday, May 3
+On sale Saturday, May 4
~On sale, Friday May 10
<On sale, Saturday, May 11
>On sale TBD