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Bowie, McCartney, Joplin, Springsteen, Clash, Davis, Small Faces, More Lead Record Store Day Pack

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We’re just three weeks away from Record Store Day on April 21, and following individual announcements from fantastic labels like Omnivore Recordings, Concord Records, Sundazed Music and Rhino/Warner Bros., we can finally reveal the full line-up of RSD-related goodies!

These limited editions, available at independent music retailers across the U.S. and even internationally, are primarily vinyl releases in various formats (7-inch, 10-inch, 12-inch, etc.) and range from replicas of classic albums to EPs and singles premiering exclusive content.  Some of our favorite artists here at TSD HQ are represented, including David Bowie, James Brown, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Lee Hazlewood, Janis Joplin, Buck Owens, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Bruce Springsteen, and even the “odd couple” pairing of Neil Young and Rick James as members of Motown’s The Mynah Birds!  All told, there’s plenty for fans of rock, pop and jazz on offer this year!

Without further ado, hit the jump for our exhaustive list of RSD releases related to the catalogue artists we celebrate each and every day here at The Second Disc.  For those in need of a checklist, you can find a downloadable PDF here of the complete list, and this official Record Store Day list also includes all of the releases of a more recent vintage.  Sound off below on which title you are most eagerly awaiting, and thanks for supporting your local independent record retailer!

ABBA, Voulez-Vouz Extended Dance Remix (Polydor/UMe, 180-gram 12” 45 RPM transparent blue glitter vinyl)

  1. “Voulez-Vous (Extended Dance Remix)”
  2. “If It Wasn’t For the Night”

Joan Baez, Farewell Angelina (Vanguard, remastered LP, 1965/2012)

  1. “Farewell, Angelina”
  2. “Daddy, You’ve Been on My Mind”
  3. “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”
  4. “The Wild Mountain Thyme”
  5. “Ranger’s Command”
  6. “Colours”
  7. “Satisfied Mind”
  8. “The River in the Pines”
  9. “Pauvre Ruteboeuf”
  10. “Sagt Mir Wo Die Blumen Sind”
  11. “A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall”

Blues Magoos, So I’m Wrong And You Are Right / Wild About My Lovin’ / The People (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “So I’m Wrong And You Are Right”
  2. “Wild About My Lovin'”
  3. “The People”

David Bowie, Starman (Virgin, 7” 45 RPM picture disc, numbered with clear plastic sleeve)

  1. “Starman”
  2. “Starman” (Live on Top of the Pops)

James Brown, There It Is / Pass The Peas (UMe, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “There It Is”
  2. “Pass the Peas”

Captain Beefheart, Diddy Wah Diddy (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM gatefold vinyl)

  1. “Diddy Wah Diddy” / “Who Do You Think You are Fooling”
  2. “Moonchild” / “Frying Pan”

Michael Buble & Ray Charles, Georgia on My Mind (Rhino, 7” peach vinyl)

  1. Georgia on My Mind (Michael Buble)
  2. Georgia on My Mind (Ray Charles)

The Byrds, It’s No Use / Feel A Whole Lot Better (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “It’s No Use”
  2. “Feel A Whole Lot Better”

Chocolate Watch Band, Psych Trip / Midnight Hour (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “Psych Trip”
  2. “Midnight Hour”

Gene Clark , One In A Hundred / She’s The Kind Of Girl (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “One In A Hundred”
  2. “She’s The Kind Of Girl”

The Clash, London Calling 2012 (Epic/Legacy, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “London Calling 2012 Remix”
  2. “London Calling Instrumental 2012”

Leonard Cohen, Live in Fredericton EP (Columbia, LP)

  1. “Dance Me To The End of Love”
  2. “In My Secret Life”
  3. “Heart With No Companion”
  4. “Bird On The Wire”
  5. “Who By Fire”

The Dave Brubeck Octet, Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals (Fantasy, 10” red vinyl LP)

  1. “The Way You Look Tonight”
  2. “Love Walked In”
  3. “What is This Thing Called Love”
  4. “September in the Rain”
  5. “Prelude and Fugue on Bop Themes”
  6. “Let’s Fall in Love”
  7. “Ipca”

Miles Davis, Forever Miles (Columbia/Legacy, LP)

  1. “Dear Old Stockholm”
  2. “Blues For Pablo”
  3. “Hand Jive”
  4. “Early Minor”
  5. “Directions” (previously unreleased from the Fillmore East 1970 It’s About Time recording)

Devo, Live in Seattle 1981 (Booji Boy Records, 2-LP set)

  1. Track Listing TBA

Dillard and Clark, Lyin’ Down The Middle / Why Not Your Baby (Sundazed 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “Lyin Down The Miiddle”
  2. “Why Not Your Baby”

Bill Evans, Selections from Live at Art D’Lugoff’s (Resonance, 10” 140-gram cobalt blue vinyl)

  1. Track List TBA

Aretha Franklin & Otis Redding, Respect (Rhino/Warner Bros., 7” gold vinyl)

  1. Respect (Aretha Franklin)
  2. Respect (Otis Redding)

Genesis, Spot The Pigeon EP (Audio Fidelity 12” numbered blue vinyl – split sides – 33 1/3 RPM and 45 RPM)

  1. “Match of the Day”
  2. “Pigeons”
  3. “Inside and Out”

Grateful Dead, Dark Star: Europe ’72 Olympia Theatre – Paris, France 5/4/72 (Rhino, 180-gram vinyl, longest and previously unavailable version vinyl premiere, limited to 4,200 copies)

  1. Side 1 – Dark Star (19:21)
  2. Side 2 – Drums (2:32), Dark Star (17:34)

Buddy Guy, This Is Buddy Guy (Vanguard LP, 1968/2012)

  1. “I Got My Eyes on You”
  2. “Things I Used To Do”
  3. “Fever”
  4. “Knock on Wood”
  5. “I Had A Dream Last Night”
  6. “24 Hours of the Day”
  7. “You Were Wrong”
  8. “I’m Not The Best”

Lee Hazlewood, The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes, & Backsides (1968-71) (Light in the Attic LP)

  1. “Califia (Stone Rider)” – featuring Suzi Jane Hokom
  2. “The Bed”
  3. “Sleep in the Grass” – featuring Ann-Margret
  4. “Leather and Lace – featuring Nina Lizell
  5. “If It’s Monday Morning”
  6. “The Night Before”
  7. “Bye Babe”
  8. “Victims of the Night” – featuring Ann-Margret
  9. “Chico”-featuring Ann-Margret
  10. “Hey Cowboy” – featuring Nina Lizell
  11. “No Train to Stockholm”
  12. “Won’t You Tell Your Dreams”
  13. “Nobody Like You” – featuring Suzi Jane Hokom
  14. “Trouble Maker”
  15. “What’s More I Don’t Need Her”
  16. “Come on Home to Me”
  17. “I Just Learned to Run”

Mississippi John Hurt, Last Sessions (Vanguard, LP)

  1. “Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home”
  2. “Boys, You’re Welcome”
  3. “Joe Turner Blues”
  4. “First Shot Missed Him”
  5. “Farther Along”
  6. “Funky Butt”
  7. “Spider, Spider”
  8. “Waiting For You”
  9. “Shortnin’ Bread”
  10. “Trouble, I’ve Had It All”
  11. “Let The Mermaids Flirt With Me”
  12. “Good Morning, Carrie”
  13. “Nobody Cares For Me”
  14. “All Night Long”
  15. “Hey, Honey, Right Away”
  16. “You’ve Got To Die”
  17. “Goodnight Irene”

Iggy And The Stooges, Live at All Tomorrows Parties (MVD, 12” picture disc plus download card for complete Raw Power performance)

  1. “1970”
  2. “Night Theme/Beyond the Law”
  3. “I Wanna Be Your Dog”
  4. “Open Up And Bleed”
  5. “Funhouse/No Fun”
  6. “Iggy Interview”

Skip James, Devil Got My Woman (Vanguard, LP, 1968/2012)

  1. “Good Road Camp Blues”
  2. “Little Cow, Little Calf Blues”
  3. “Devil Got My Woman”
  4. “Look at the People Standing at the Judgment “
  5. “Worried Blues”
  6. “22-20 Blues”
  7. “Mistreating Child Blues”
  8. “Sickbed Blues”
  9. “Catfish Blues”
  10. “Lorenzo Blues”
  11. “Careless Love”
  12. “Illinois Blues”

Janis Joplin, Highlights from The Pearl Sessions (Columbia/Legacy, 2 x 10”-LP set)

  1. Track Listing TBA

The Knack, Live in Los Angeles, 1978 (Omnivore Recordings, 10-inch vinyl on red and yellow splatter vinyl)

  1. Let Me Out (Live in Los Angeles, 1978)
  2. My Sharona (Live in Los Angeles, 1978)
  3. Romeo Eyes (Anawalt Rehearsal)
  4. Art War (Anawalt Rehearsal)

Little Richard, Here’s Little Richard (Specialty/Concord, LP, 1957/2012)

  1. “Tutti Frutti”
  2. “True Fine Mama”
  3. “Can’t Believe You Wanna Leave”
  4. “Ready Teddy”
  5. “Baby”
  6. “Slippin’ and Slidin’ (Peepin’ and Hidin’)”
  7. “Long Tall Sally”
  8. “Miss Ann”
  9. “Oh Why?”
  10. “Rip It Up”
  11. “Jenny, Jenny”
  12. “She’s Got It”

Paul McCartney, Another Day/Oh Woman, Oh Why (Concord/Hear Music, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. Another Day
  2. Oh Woman, Oh Why

The Mynah Byrds, It’s My Time / Go On and Cry (Motown/UMe, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “It’s My Time”
  2. “Go On And Cry”

Paul Revere and the Raiders, (You’re A) Bad Girl / Ride Your Pony (Sundazed, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “(You’re A) Bad Girl”
  2. “Ride Your Pony”

Ozzy Osbourne, Believer (Columbia, 7” black-and-white polka dot 45 RPM numbered vinyl)

  1. “Believer (Live)”
  2. “Goodbye To Romance (Live)”

Shuggie Otis, Inspiration Information (7” 45 RPM colored vinyl)

  1. “Inspiration Information”
  2. “Magic” (previously unreleased)

Buck Owens, Coloring Book w/flexi disc (Omnivore Recordings)

  1. “Act Naturally”
  2. “Together Again”
  3. “I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail”
  4. “Crying Time”

Joey Ramone, Rock n’ Roll Is The Answer (BMG Rights Management, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Is the Answer (featuring Lemmy, Joan Jett, and Bun E. Carlos)”
  2. “There’s Got To Be More To Life”

Paul Simon, Graceland (Legacy, 180-gram vinyl LP plus three bonus tracks not listed below, poster and download card)

  1. The Boy in the Bubble
  2. Graceland
  3. I Know What I Know
  4. Gumboots
  5. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
  6. You Can  Call Me Al
  7. Under  African Skies
  8. Homeless
  9. Crazy Love, Vol. II
  10. That Was Your Mother
  11. All Around the World, Or the Myth of Fingerprints

Small Faces, Itchycoo Park / I’m Only Dreaming (Snapper, 7” 45 RPM vinyl)

  1. “Itchycoo Park”
  2. “I’m Only Dreaming”

Small Faces, Tin Soldier / I Feel So Much Better Now (Snapper, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “Tin Soldier”
  2. “I Feel So Much Better Now”

Bruce Springsteen, Rocky Ground/The Promise (Columbia, 7” 45 RPM)

  1. “Rocky Ground” (from Wrecking Ball, 2012)
  2. “The Promise” (Live from the Carousel, Asbury Park, NJ) (from The Promise: The Making of Darkness at the Edge of Town)

T. Rex, Electric Warrior (Rhino, 7” vinyl box set – housed in 7” box containing 6 singles: complete album plus non-album B-side, 1971/2012)

  1. Mambo Sun
  2. Cosmic Dancer
  3. Jeepster
  4. Monolith
  5. Lean Woman Blues
  6. Get It On
  7. Planet Queen
  8. Girl
  9. The Motivator
  10. Life’s A Gas
  11. Rip Off
  12. Hot Love (from Bug single BUG 6, 1971)

Pete Townshend, Quadrophenia Demos Part 2 (UMe, 10” LP)

Side 1

  1. I’ve Had Enough (demo)
  2. Drowned (demo)
  3. Is It Me (demo)

Side 2

  1. Dr Jimmy (demo)
  2. Love Reign O’er Me (demo)

Various Artists, The Breakfast Club: Original Soundtrack (UMe, numbered white vinyl LP, 1985/2012)

  1. Don’t You (Forget About Me) – Simple Minds
  2. Waiting – Elizabeth Daily
  3. Fire In The Twilight – Wang Chung
  4. I’m The Dude (Instrumental)
  5. Heart Too Hot To Hold – Jesse Johnson & Stephanie Spruill
  6. Dream Montage (Instrumental)
  7. We Are Not Alone – Karla DeVito
  8. The Reggae (Instrumental)
  9. Didn’t I Tell You – Joyce Kennedy
  10. Love Theme (Instrumental)

Various Artists, Empire Records: Original Soundtrack (UMe, 2 x 12” numbered orange vinyl LP)

  1. ‘Til I Hear It from You – Gin Blossoms
  2. Liar – The Cranberries
  3. A Girl Like You – Edwyn Collins
  4. Free – The Martinis
  5. Crazy Life – Toad The Wet Sprocket
  6. Bright as Yellow – The Innocence Mission
  7. Circle of Friends – Better Than Ezra
  8. I Don’t Want to Live Today – Ape Hangers
  9. Whole Lotta Trouble – Cracker
  10. Ready, Steady, Go – The Meices
  11. What You Are – Drill
  12. Nice Overalls – Lustre
  13. Here It Comes Again – Please
  14. The Ballad of El Goodo – Evan Dando
  15. Sugarhigh – Coyote Shivers

Various Artists, Pretty In Pink: Original Soundtrack (UMe, numbered pink vinyl LP)

  1. If You Leave – Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
  2. Left of Center – Suzanne Vega w/ Joe Jackson
  3. Get To Know Ya – Jesse Johnson
  4. Do Wot You Do – INXS
  5. Pretty In Pink – The Psychedelic Furs
  6. Shell-Shock – New Order
  7. Round, Round – Belouis Some
  8. Wouldn’t It Be Good – Danny Hutton Hitters
  9. Bring On The Dancing Horses – Echo & The Bunnymen
  10. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want – The Smiths

Various Artists, Never To Be Forgotten – The Flip Side of Stax 1968-1974 (Light in the Attic, 7” vinyl box set – 10 x 7” magnetic flip-top box set with 84-page book)

  1. Mable John: “Running Out b/w Shouldn’t I Love Him” (1968)
  2. Bernie Hayes: “Cool Strut Pt. 1 b/w Cool Strut Pt. 2” (1970)
  3. Lee Sain: “Them Hot Pants Pt. 1 b/w Them Hot Pants Pt. 2” (1971)
  4. Johhnie Taylor:”Hijackin’ Love b/w Love In The Streets” (1971)
  5. Melvin Van Peebles: “Sweetback’s Theme b/w Hoppin’ John” (1971)
  6. Mad Lads; “Gone! The Promises Of Yesterday b/w I’m So Glad I Fell In Love With You” (1971)
  7. Emotions: “My Honey And Me b/w Blind Alley” (1972)
  8. Rufus Thomas: “Itch & Scratch Pt. 1 b/w Itch & Scratch Pt. 2” (1972)
  9. Roy Lee Johnson & The Villagers: “The Dryer Pt. 1 b/w The Dryer Pt. 2” (1972)
  10. John Gary Williams: “The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy b/w Ask The Lonely” (1974)

Sara Watkins featuring Fiona Apple/The Everly Brothers, You’re The One I Love (Rhino/Warner Bros., olive green and black splatter 7” 45 RPM)

  1. You’re the One I Love (Sara Watkins featuring Fiona Apple)
  2. You’re the One I Love (The Everly Brothers)

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