Capitol Records have Wise Up Ghost by Elvis Costello & The Roots, planned for release on September 17 on both CD and LP.
Audio Fidelity will reissue the Blade Runner movie soundtrack featuring Vangelis on high quality SACD on July 16.
Analogue Productions have a Hybrid SACD (Stereo) coming of Amused To Death by Roger Waters. It’s planned for October 15, a best guess estimate.
Analogue Productions also have an SACD coming for Steppenwolf (1968) on July 23.
Blurred Lines from Robin Thicke is scheduled for July 30 on CD, and Deluxe Edition 2CD.
Roll Call Records have a new album coming from folk/rock band, Typhoon called White Lighter, which will be released in both CD and LP. The calendar date is set for August 20. Listen to a short collection at their SoundCloud page.
Sire Records will release Good Man Down from Ewert And Then Two Dragons, on August 13.
Razor & Tie will release an expanded Edition of Rockin’ Radio (1983) from Tom Browne on CD, and expected on July 16.
Warner Brothers have The Wild Feathers coming from the band of the same name on August 6. The album is planned for issue on both CD and LP. The LP will contain a card to download the tracks in DD format. Hear a track from their SoundCloud page.
Friday Music plan a few album reissue titles that will include titles like Zero She Flies (1970) & Orange (1972), a two-album, 1CD set from Al Stewart; Yesterdays (1975), an outtakes release by YES on 180g LP; Trash (1989) in 180g LP from Alice Cooper; and We Got By (1975), and Glow (1976), two albums from Al Jarreau on a single CD. All Friday Music releases are scheduled for July 30.
Relayer Records will add a 180g vinyl LP reissue title of the self-titled Skid Row (1989) album to the July 30 calendar date.
David Lynch officially has the Rock star bug. With a second album on the calendar, it is definitely not safe to come out of your locked room. The Great Dream is expected from Sacred Bones Records on July 16. Lynch calls the new album “…songs (that) start out as a type of blues jam, and then we go sideways from there.” Well-stated, Mr Lynch. And like with Crazy Clown Time, I’m looking forward to hearing your next collection of madness. The Big Dream will be issued in CD, and 2LP.
Mercury Classics plan a CD release of The Imposter from Béla Fleck with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Brooklyn Rider, planned for August 13.
Top Shelf Records will release Knots from Crash Of Rhinos on August 27 on both CD and LP. Hear a little from the band:
Rounder Records have planned two classic George Thorogood titles for reissue on July 30. The albums scheduled are George Thorogood & The Destroyers (1977), and Move It On Over (1978).
Capitol Nashville have albums coming from Eric Paslay, John Pardi, and Keith Urban, all planned for various September dates.
Blue Note Records will release Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song on vinyl LP scheduling the Amos Lee title for October 1.
And finally, especially for Wishbone Ash fans like myself, Music On Vinyl have one of the great live albums of all time in Live Dates soon to arrive on 180g-weight vinyl 2LP. The date is as yet unknown but will be in the summer period. I’ll keep you posted because I’ll keep myself posted.