Keep a watch on this page (and other fine sites) for the details on the upcoming reissue of Delicate Sound Of Thunder, the 1988 live set from Pink Floyd. This set is scheduled for April 29.
Virgin Records have a new Adelitas Way album on the calendar for June 24.
New West Records will release new music from Rodney Crowell called Tarpaper Sky, scheduled for CD, DD, and vinyl LP on April 15.
Mercury Records plan the release of a ReDISCovered LP Box for Rush April 15.
White Hinterland, who has left me in awe after their “Icarus” track, will be releasing the new album, Baby, on April 1 via Dead Oceans Records, a label I respect a lot.
Elektra plans the release of Duets featuring Linda Ronstadt, on April 8.
Life Journey from Leon Russell is slated for an April 1 release via UMe.
Mute Records will release You And The Night (Original Soundtrack) from M83, scheduled for CD and LP on April 1.
Rhino Records will issue an 8CD Box of Black Sabbath classics called The Complete Albums 1970-1978 on April 15.
Epic Records have La Gargola coming from Chevelle on April 1.
On April 1, Polydor will reissue a 3CD Deluxe Edition of ABBA Gold.
Washington Square Records promises the release of Teeth Dreams, the new album from The Hold Steady, with a scheduled date of March 25.
Real Gone Music, in addition to the many fine collections arriving from the label, have Beg, Borrow & Steal – The Complete Cameo Recordings featuring The Ohio Express arriving on April 1.
Warner Brothers have the 4CD Rod Stewart Live Box promised so many months ago on the calendar for March 18. The set is called Live 1976-1998 and features 56 unreleased live selections.
Frontiers Records will release Better Days Comin’ from Winger, scheduling for April 22.
Rounder Records have Carter Girl from Carlene Carter slated for April 8. Carter Girl is her first album of new songs in more than a decade.