Third Man Records will re-release The White Stripes album, Elephant (2003) in a 2LP, 180g vinyl set, on September 3.

Paw Tracks plan the new album release of Warm Blanket from Dent May in a standard CD,LP (with download card), DD, and  issue as well as a Limited Edition LP (clear with blue-swirl vinyl, with special poster inclusion, download DD card).  This album is expected on April 27.

Slimstyle Records will release the first Dexys album in over 25 years.  As you may (or may not) be aware, Dexys is actually Dexy and The Midnight Runners whose “Come On Eileen: song propelled the band to US stardom.  The new album (One Day I’m Going To Soar)  from the renamed band is slated for release on September 3, CD and DD.

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Ambiguous Dept: Atlantic Records will release Crosby, Stills and Nash in a 4CD set on August 13.  But here’s the deal.  I don’t know what that means other than to tell you that is exactly as I see it.  So, keep it in your mind one way or the other.  As soon as I get better info, I’ll expand on this.

Republic Records have a new Jack Johnson album on the schedule for CD and LP issue on September 13.  The new album is being called From Here To Now To You.

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Capitol Records have Greatest Hits planned from Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band for release on August 6.

Fuel Records will reissue Lady Of The Stars (1984) from Donovan with a scheduled reissue date of August 6.

Sensibility Recordings will release the new album (their second) from The Civil Wars as a self-titled set on August 6 in CD. LP, and DD. The album on vinyl will be delivered as a 2LP, 180g set(there are 12 songs on the album) and will contain the CD as a bonus inclusion.  Pay close attention to this one as the band is quite good.

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American Recordings have Trans-Continental Hustle from Gogol Bordello planned for an August 27 release, CD and LP.

Decca Records have a new Hayley Westenra album planned for August 27.  The new album is being called Hushabye.

Capitol Records have a live album featuring The Band scheduled for release on September 17.  The album will be known as Live At The Academy Of Music 1971.

Synth-pop band, Brothertiger, will release their new album, Future Splendor, on September 24 via Mush Records.

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience will release as a 4CD Box from Legacy Recordings on August 20.   The set will include many previously unreleased recordings.

Classical Music Vault will release Live At The Fillmore ’68 featuring It’s A Beautiful Day, scheduling the live album for July 2.

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By MARowe

13 thoughts on “TAPSheet: Release Notes – 06/27/2013 (US Report)”
    1. This may be blasphemy, but I’ve never been a serious Jimi Hendrix fan. I like him, like some of his songs, but I didn’t make the Purple Box connection. Bad, huh?!

  1. Better? Think that the first album was released in the UK in 1966 – his playing and ideas changed everything. I can see not liking his songs or style though; it wasn’t for everyone and never will be. But Clapton and Beck and Page, the leading guitarists of that time, were blown away by Jimi – and that voice!

    1. ACTUALLY THE FRESH CREAM WAS RELEASED ON DEC. 9 1966, AND THE ARE YOU EXPERIENCED ON MAY 12 1967 …..AND THE YARDBIRDS/ WITH, CLAPTON IN 1964 …THE YARDBIRDS /WITH, BECK IN 1965 !!!

  2. Don’t like Hendrix?!!! Why I’ve never….! LOL
    Yep you should have stayed silent.
    That’s it, we aren’t going to let you join in any reindeer games.
    No soup for you!

  3. JIMMY PAGE, RITCHIE BLACKMORE ,ERIC CLAPTON ,JEFF BECK , ALVIN LEE , ….ARE ALL BETTER THEN HENDRIX …AND YES I OWN OVER, 30 CD’S, BOX SETS DVD/ BLU-RAY’S OF HENDRIX !!!

  4. Hey Joe, I stand corrected. Some of the tracks for Are You Experienced? were recorded in 1966 – I always thought the UK version was released late in ’66 but I was wrong. Thanks. And Jimi Hendrix was never an egotist – he talked about other bands being better, like Cream and the like. There were and are better guitar technicians than Hendrix (Robert Fripp is one for example) but none can claim the revolution that he started on guitar. I think Jeff Beck was close in that regard. If we listened to guitarists for their technical prowess only, I know I would be bored silly. Having said that, try Guthrie Govan and the Aristocrats first album – jaw dropping stuff and musical to boot.

  5. The upcoming Band release, “Live at the Academy of Music 1971” sounds like a re-release of their Rock of Ages album, which was already remastered amp; expanded several years ago.

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