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Reissue Talk XXXIX (29)

Randy Crawford - Naked & True (Expanded Edition) 2 CD (1995/2017) on BBR on August 4th.

DISC ONE
1. CAJUN MOON
2. GIVE ME THE NIGHT
3. THE GLOW OF LOVE
4. PURPLE RAIN
5. FORGET ME NOTS
6. I’LL BE AROUND
7. JOY INSIDE MY TEARS
8. COME INTO MY LIFE
9. WHAT A DIFF’RENCE A DAY MAKES
10. HOLDING BACK THE YEARS
11. ALL THE KINGS HORSES
BONUS TRACK
12. THE GLOW OF LOVE (INSTRUMENTAL VERSION)

DISC TWO:
GROOVE ATTACK REMIXES
1. GIVE ME THE NIGHT (CHILL NIGHT MIX)
2. CAJUN MOON (TRIP MIX)
3. FORGET ME NOTS (DELANEY’S MIX)
4. I’LL BE AROUND (SURPRISE MIX)
5. GIVE ME THE NIGHT (MOUSSE T’S OLD SKOOL MIX)
6. CAJUN MOON (CAJUN-TRIP-CLUB-VERSION)
7. FORGET ME NOTS (FEMI FEM ROTATION MIX)
8. I’LL BE AROUND (EXTENDED CLUB VERSION)
9. GIVE ME THE NIGHT (MOUSSE T’S CLASSIC CLUB MIX)
10. CAJUN MOON (BLUEMOON MIX)
11. FORGET ME NOTS (RADIO MIX)
12. GIVE ME THE NIGHT (RADIO MIX)
13. CAJUN MOON (CAJUN-TRIP-RADIO-MIX)

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
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Reply #1 posted 07/06/17 3:26pm

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D’Angelo’s smash debut album now gets the deluxe treatment in a 2-CD set that includes the original album and 21 bonus tracks, all remastered by D’s engineer Russell Elevado. Housed in a lavish digipak, it also features a 20-page booklet with rare photographs from the EMI Archives, lyrics for all original LP tracks, and an essay by noted author and filmmaker Nelson George.

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
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Reply #2 posted 07/06/17 3:34pm

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Expertly catching the mood of the late-‘90s upon its release in September 1997, The Verve’s third studio outing went on to become one of the all-time classic British albums. Eleven times platinum in the UK and with ten million copies sold worldwide to date, it also delivered four of the era’s most iconic tracks – ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’, ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’, ‘Lucky Man’ and ‘Sonnet’. Now, exactly twenty years on, comes this Super Deluxe expanded edition, containing a host of special features. Re-mastering was undertaken by original co-producer Chris Potter and this 5CD / 1DVD box adds all of the era’s B-sides, the previously unreleased Haigh Hall concert plus further live material and BBC sessions from 1997-1998. The DVD features the full Haigh Hall concert, the ‘The Video 96-98’ documentary, a ‘Later With Jools Holland’ appearance from November 1997 plus the promo videos. There’s also a poster, a set of 4 postcards and a 56-page hardcover book including new interviews with the band and a vast selection of unseen photographs by Chris Floyd, who travelled with the band and was granted unprecedented backstage and offstage access.

[CD1]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony
2. Sonnet
3. The Rolling People
4. The Drugs Don't Work
5. Catching the Butterfly
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Space and Time
8. Weeping Willow
9. Lucky Man
10. One Day
11. This Time
12. Velvet Morning
13. Come On

[CD2]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony
2. Sonnet
3. The Rolling People
4. The Drugs Don't Work
5. Catching the Butterfly
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Space and Time
8. Weeping Willow
9. Lucky Man
10. One Day
11. This Time
12. Velvet Morning
13. Come On

[CD3]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony (extended version)
2. This Could Be My Moment *
3. Monte Carlo*
4. Life's An Ocean
5. A Man Called Sun
6. The Drugs Don't Work
7. On Your Own
8. So Sister

[CD4]
1. This Is Music
2. Space and Time
3. Catching the Butterfly
4. Sonnet
5. The Rolling People
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Weeping Willow
8. The Drugs Don't Work
9. Lucky Man
10. Life's an Ocean
11. Velvet Morning
12. Bitter Sweet Symphony

[CD5]
1. One Day
2. History
3. Come On
4. A New Decade - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
5. The Rolling People - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
6. On Your Own - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
7. History - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
8. The Drugs Don't Work - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
9. Slide Away - Manchester Academy (11/8/97)
10. A Man Called Sun - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
11. A Northern Soul - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
12. Space and Time - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
13. This Is Music - Manchester Academy (11/8/97)
14. Weeping Willow - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
15. Stormy Clouds (and Reprise) - Manchester Academy (11/8/97) 7.24

[DVD]
1. This Is Music
2. Space and Time
3. Catching the Butterfly
4. Sonnet
5. The Rolling People
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Weeping Willow
8. The Drugs Don't Work
9. Lucky Man
10. Life's an Ocean
11. Velvet Morning
12. Bitter Sweet Symphony
13. One Day
14. History
15. Come On
The promo videos:
16. Bitter Sweet Symphony
17. The Drugs Don't Work
18. Lucky Man
19. Lucky Man (US version)
20. Sonnet

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Reply #3 posted 07/06/17 3:35pm

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SoulMusic Records is very proud to present the first worldwide reissue of two classic Motown albums (as expanded editions with bonus tracks) by renowned singer/songwriter and producer, the late Willie Hutch as a 2-CD set, remastered by Donald Cleveland.

HAVIN’ A HOUSE PARTY was Willie’s seventh album for Motown; the L.A.-born, Texas-raised music man – who had enjoyed success as a songwriter for The 5th Dimension and Al Wilson among others and who had also recorded for RCA – signed with the label in 1973 after writing The Jackson 5’s hit, ‘I’ll Be There’ and Willie’s initial success came with Motown soundtracks “The Mack” and “Foxy Brown” with charted singles such as ‘Brother’s Gonna Work It Out’ and ‘Slick’; his biggest US R&B hit was 1975’s ‘Love Power’.

Released in 1977, Willie’s self-produced HAVIN’ A HOUSE PARTY LP (a US R&B Top 30 best seller) boasted two charted singles (‘We Gonna Party Tonight’ and ‘What You Gonna Do After The Party’), after which he signed with Whitfield Records (hitmaker Norman Whitfield’s label).

Willie returned to Motown in 1982 with the infectious ‘In And Out’, a US R&B and dance hit and his sole British chart entry and popular club track in the UK. Three years later, Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. brought Willie on board for the soundtrack of “The Last Dragon” and two tracks from that (‘Inside You’ with The Temptations and ‘The Glow’) formed the basis for 1985’s MAKING A GAME OUT OF LOVE, his final Motown LP. This expanded edition includes ‘The Girl (Can’t Help It)’, the rare ‘B’ side of ‘In And Out’ and three 12” mixes.

Notes by renowned US writer Kevin Goins include quotes from Iris Gordy, various musicians and others associated with Willie.

Tracklist
[CD1: Havin’ A House Party]
1. Willie’s Boogie
2. We Gonna Have A House Party
3. What You Gonna Do After The Party
4. I Can Sho’ Give You Love
5. I Never Had It So Good
6. We Gonna Party Tonight
7. After Love Is Gone
8. Soul Strut
9. Train Of Love
Bonus Tracks:
10. We Gonna Have A House Party (US Motown Single Edit)
11. We Gonna Party Tonight (US Motown Single Edit)

[CD2: Making A Game Out Of Love]
1. She’s Making A Game Out Of Love
2. Super Sexy
3. The Very Best Of Love
4. The Glow
5. Don’t Act Like That
6. Sexy Feelin’
7. Always
8. Keep On Jammin’
9. Inside You – with The Temptations
Bonus Tracks:
10. In & Out (US Motown Non-Album Single)
11. The Girl (Can’t Help It) (US Motown Non-Album ‘B’ Side)
12. The Glow (Special US 12” Version)
13. Keep On Jammin’ (Extended Version)
14. In And Out (US 12” Version)

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Reply #4 posted 07/10/17 4:16pm

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A Boy From Tupelo: The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings
release: July 28, 2017
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Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, and RCA Records will release Elvis Presley – A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings on Friday, July 28.

Available as a 3CD deluxe box set and a digital collection, A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings is the most comprehensive collection of early Elvis recordings ever assembled, with many tracks becoming available for the first time as part of this package and one performance–a newly discovered recording of “I Forgot To Remember To Forget” (from the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, October 29, 1955)–being officially released for the first time ever.

A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings includes–for the first time in one collection–every known Elvis Presley Sun Records master and outtake, plus the mythical Memphis Recording Service Acetates–“My Happiness”/”That’s When Your Heartaches Begin” (recorded July 1953) and “I’ll Never Stand in Your Way”/”It Wouldn’t Be the Same (Without You)” (recorded January 4, 1954)–the four songs Elvis paid his own money to record before signing with Sun. A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings includes every Elvis live performance and radio recording known to exist from the period.

Essential to the understanding and appreciation of Elvis and his explosive impact on pop music and culture, A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-55 Recordings presents–in the best possible sound– every known Presley recording from his early career, when the world’s first atomic singer fused blues, pop and hillbilly country swing to create an electrifying new music that changed the world.

A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings also includes a 120-page book formatted as an illustrated travelogue and datebook chronicling the genesis of Elvis’ early career via facts, anecdotes, memorabilia and many rare photos. Independence Day 1954 is when this unique American saga begins, less than 24 hours before his first professional recording session, and it ends in December 1955, when the singer leaves Sun Records to record for RCA. The material is organized by calendar entries. During the months July through October 1954, the majority of the calendar is empty, as Elvis had his daytime job with Crown Electric, and music making was confined to the weekends and evening hours. This is Elvis Presley before he becomes world-famous, and an account of how this amazing young man readies himself for stardom, a young man on the pinnacle of an unprecedented level of success. “A boy from Tupelo” would become much more than a world-famous superstar, he would become ELVIS!

Behind the making of A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-55 Recordings lie more than 1,500 hours of restoration work and nearly 200 hours of additional studio time devoted to the painstaking remastering of the material. The results are stunning.

A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-55 Recordings is produced, researched and written by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen.

Disc one of A Boy From Tupelo – The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings covers the masters Elvis recorded for Sun Records, some variations, and the four sides he paid for himself. Disc two covers all known outtakes, even just the smallest surviving fragments. Disc three covers all the live and radio recordings known to exist.

On July 28th, Legacy Recordings will also release A Boy From Tupelo: The Sun Masters, a single disc 12″ vinyl package that chronicles the rise of Elvis Presley before he became The King of Rock and Roll. Recorded with producer Sam Phillips, guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black during his first incredible year as a professional recording artist (July 1954-July 1955), this collection includes Elvis’ complete single A and B-sides for Sun Records, plus additional songs recorded at Sun Studio and released on his landmark self-titled debut album in 1956.

Disc 1
1 My Happiness
2 That’s When Your Heartaches Begin
3 I’ll Never Stand in Your Way
4 It Wouldn’t Be the Same (Without You)
5 Harbor Lights
6 I Love You Because (unprocessed master edit)
7 That’s All Right (45 rpm master)
8 Blue Moon of Kentucky (45 rpm master)
9 Blue Moon
10 Tomorrow Night
11 I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’)
12 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine
13 Just Because
14 Good Rockin’ Tonight
15 Milkcow Blues Boogie
16 You’re a Heartbreaker
17 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version)
18 Baby Let’s Play House
19 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone
20 I Forgot to Remember to Forget
21 Mystery Train
22 Tryin’ to Get To You
23 When It Rains It Pours
24 That’s All Right (RCA single version)
25 Blue Moon of Kentucky (RCA single version)
26 I Love You Because (RCA LP version)
27 Tomorrow Night (RCA LP version)


Disc 2
1 Harbor Lights (takes 1-2, 3/M)
2 Harbor Lights (take 4)
3 Harbor Lights (takes 5-8)
4 I Love You Because (takes 1-2)
5 I Love You Because (take 3)
6 I Love You Because (takes 4-5)
7 That’s All Right (takes 1-3)
8 Blue Moon of Kentucky (slow tempo outtake)
9 Blue Moon (takes 1-4)
10 Blue Moon (take 5)
11 Blue Moon (takes 6-8)
12 Blue Moon (take 9/M)
13 Dialogue (fragment before “Tomorrow Night”)
14 I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’) (incomplete take)
15 Good Rockin’ Tonight (fragment from vocal slapback tape)
16 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (takes 1-3/M)
17 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 1)
18 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 2)
19 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 3)
20 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 4-5)
21 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, takes 6-7)
22 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsals + take 1)
23 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 1)
24 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 2 – rehearsal 1 – takes 3-4)
25 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 5/M)
26 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 6-8)


Disc 3
1 That’s All Right
2 Blue Moon of Kentucky
3 Shake, Rattle and Roll
4 Fool, Fool, Fool
5 Hearts of Stone
6 That’s All Right
7 Tweedlee Dee
8 Shake, Rattle and Roll
9 KSIJ Radio commercial with DJ Tom Perryman
10 Money Honey
11 Blue Moon of Kentucky
12 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine
13 That’s All Right
14 Tweedlee Dee
15 Money Honey
16 Hearts of Stone
17 Shake, Rattle and Roll
18 Little Mama
19 You’re a Heartbreaker
20 Good Rockin’ Tonight
21 Baby Let’s Play House
22 Blue Moon of Kentucky
23 I Got a Woman
24 That’s All Right
25 Tweedlee Dee
26 That’s All Right
27 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone
28 Baby Let’s Play House
29 Maybellene
30 That’s All Right
31 Interview with Bob Neal
32 I Forgot To Remember To Forget

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Gospel According To Al Green (DVD/Blu-Ray)
release: July 7, 1017

After filmmaker Robert Mugge produced BLACK WAX with Gil Scott-Heron for Britain's new Channel 4 Television in 1982, he and Channel 4's Commissioning Editor for Music Andy Park wanted to collaborate again. Park suggested Mugge create a portrait of African American gospel star Andraé Crouch. But Mugge, a longtime fan of soul and pop singer Al Green, countered that Green's rejection of soul music to become a Memphis-based preacher and gospel singer perhaps made him a richer potential subject.

Park agreed, though Mugge then needed thirteen months to secure Green's approval, getting his okay only days before the planned Seventh Anniversary Celebration of Green's Full Gospel Tabernacle. The Sunday afternoon church service would feature not only Green's usual church choir and musicians, but also a second choir from Ellington, South Carolina and most of Green's touring musicians and backup singers. Mugge arranged to document that December 18, 1983 service with three 16mm cameras and a 24-track audio recording truck, making it the first (and reportedly still the only) Al Green church service to be committed to film.

While in Memphis, Mugge and his crew went on to film an interview with legendary Hi Records producer Willie Mitchell who had produced and co-written Green's commercial hits of the 1970s, a studio rehearsal featuring Green and his musicians, and finally a long interview with Green himself. In Green's interview, he explored his early days in the music business, his creation of such popular hits as "Tired of Being Alone" and "I Can't Get Next to You," the traumatic events that led to his abandoning of his successful soul and pop career, the purchase of the Memphis church building which he transformed into a church of his own, and the ways in which his soul and gospel backgrounds had each informed the other.

Perhaps the most emotional part of Green's interview was his discussion of the so-called "hot grits incident," wherein a spurned girlfriend assaulted him in the shower with a pot of boiling hot grits, then ran to another room of his house where she shot and killed herself. This interview, conducted two days after his church service, was the first occasion on which he discussed this experience publicly, and he included facts that even his own band members had never heard.

In February of 1984, Mugge also filmed Green and his band in concert at the Non-commissioned Officers Club of Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C., this time utilizing four 16mm cameras and the same Nashville-based 24-track recording truck he had hired to record the Memphis church service. It should be noted that, at that point in Rev. Green's career, he had embraced the Southern fundamentalist notion that blues, rhythm 'n' blues, and rock 'n' roll were "music of the Devil," and that, therefore, he should now perform only gospel music. However, among the numbers Green performed at the D.C. concert was Curtis Mayfield's "People Get Ready," which exists somewhere between soul and gospel. In addition, during the staged rehearsal in Memphis, Green agreed to perform "Let's Stay Together," which had been one of his biggest commercial successes and now represented a recurring theme in the film.

Along with fragments of a few more hits he performed during his interview, these songs helped to depict "Al Green the pop star" who had preceded "Al Green the pastor." While editing the film back in Philadelphia, Mugge also decided to interview writer Ken Tucker who was then chief music critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Tucker skillfully summarized Green's place in the evolution of American soul music and outlined the ongoing conflict between the secular and spiritual sides of pop music, both of which provided welcome context for Green's unique spiritual journey.

Among the top Memphis musicians who appear in this film are, number one, Lawrence H. "Larry" Lee, Jr., who was best known for touring with Green and for performing at Woodstock and elsewhere with Jimi Hendrix's Gypsy Sun and Rainbows; and number two, Mabon Lewis "Teenie" Hodges, who co-wrote Green's hits "Take Me to the River" and "Love and Happiness" and toured and recorded widely as a guitarist with the Hi Records Rhythm Section. Lee can be seen performing in the church service and rehearsal sequences of the film, and Hodges can be heard, and briefly seen, playing incidental guitar behind Green during much of his interview. Sadly, both men are now deceased.

The resulting 96-minute film, GOSPEL ACCORDING TO AL GREEN, had its world premiere presentation in the summer of 1984 at Filmfest Munchen (a film festival in Munich, Germany), its television premiere over Britain's Channel 4 later that fall, and its U.S. theatrical premiere at Justin Freed's Coolidge Corner Moviehouse in Brookline, Massachusetts a year later. After each of the two opening night screenings on October 25, 1985, Green sat on the Coolidge Corner stage and, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, freely offered the commercial hits that he had mostly refused to perform during the making of Mugge's film, thereby demonstrating his storied unpredictability. Naturally, audience members at both shows were enchanted by his presentation, and since these and other premiere screenings, the film has been in constant release around the world. As to Rev. Green - now Bishop Green - this past December, he and his congregation celebrated the fortieth anniversary of his Full Gospel Tabernacle church.

For MVD Visual's new worldwide Blu-ray and DVD releases, director Mugge has overseen 4K remastering of the film and created a new 17-minute video titled SOUL AND SPIRIT: Robert Mugge on the Making of GOSPEL ACCORDING TO AL GREEN. Other bonus features include audio of Green's entire 1983 interview, audio of the climactic final hour of Green's seventh anniversary church service, an extended film version of a key song from the church service, and the personal telephone answering machine message Green recorded for Mugge in the mid 1980s.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
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Expertly catching the mood of the late-‘90s upon its release in September 1997, The Verve’s third studio outing went on to become one of the all-time classic British albums. Eleven times platinum in the UK and with ten million copies sold worldwide to date, it also delivered four of the era’s most iconic tracks – ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’, ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’, ‘Lucky Man’ and ‘Sonnet’. Now, exactly twenty years on, comes this Super Deluxe expanded edition, containing a host of special features. Re-mastering was undertaken by original co-producer Chris Potter and this 5CD / 1DVD box adds all of the era’s B-sides, the previously unreleased Haigh Hall concert plus further live material and BBC sessions from 1997-1998. The DVD features the full Haigh Hall concert, the ‘The Video 96-98’ documentary, a ‘Later With Jools Holland’ appearance from November 1997 plus the promo videos. There’s also a poster, a set of 4 postcards and a 56-page hardcover book including new interviews with the band and a vast selection of unseen photographs by Chris Floyd, who travelled with the band and was granted unprecedented backstage and offstage access.

[CD1]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony
2. Sonnet
3. The Rolling People
4. The Drugs Don't Work
5. Catching the Butterfly
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Space and Time
8. Weeping Willow
9. Lucky Man
10. One Day
11. This Time
12. Velvet Morning
13. Come On

[CD2]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony
2. Sonnet
3. The Rolling People
4. The Drugs Don't Work
5. Catching the Butterfly
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Space and Time
8. Weeping Willow
9. Lucky Man
10. One Day
11. This Time
12. Velvet Morning
13. Come On

[CD3]
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony (extended version)
2. This Could Be My Moment *
3. Monte Carlo*
4. Life's An Ocean
5. A Man Called Sun
6. The Drugs Don't Work
7. On Your Own
8. So Sister

[CD4]
1. This Is Music
2. Space and Time
3. Catching the Butterfly
4. Sonnet
5. The Rolling People
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Weeping Willow
8. The Drugs Don't Work
9. Lucky Man
10. Life's an Ocean
11. Velvet Morning
12. Bitter Sweet Symphony

[CD5]
1. One Day
2. History
3. Come On
4. A New Decade - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
5. The Rolling People - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
6. On Your Own - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
7. History - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
8. The Drugs Don't Work - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
9. Slide Away - Manchester Academy (11/8/97)
10. A Man Called Sun - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
11. A Northern Soul - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
12. Space and Time - Brixton Academy (16/1/98)
13. This Is Music - Manchester Academy (11/8/97)
14. Weeping Willow - Washington DC 9.30 Club (3/11/97)
15. Stormy Clouds (and Reprise) - Manchester Academy (11/8/97) 7.24

[DVD]
1. This Is Music
2. Space and Time
3. Catching the Butterfly
4. Sonnet
5. The Rolling People
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Weeping Willow
8. The Drugs Don't Work
9. Lucky Man
10. Life's an Ocean
11. Velvet Morning
12. Bitter Sweet Symphony
13. One Day
14. History
15. Come On
The promo videos:
16. Bitter Sweet Symphony
17. The Drugs Don't Work
18. Lucky Man
19. Lucky Man (US version)
20. Sonnet

Cool , this was a very good album.

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Reply #7 posted 07/24/17 10:42am

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Put together by esteemed writer-producer Norman Whitfield, the Undisputed Truth were one of Motown’s flagship acts in the early-mid 70s, with 15 R&B chart hits – including their near chart-topper ‘Smiling Faces Sometimes’ and the original version of ‘Papa Was A Rolling Stone’ – and a string of best-selling albums.

Surprisingly, only one of the original four Motown albums by the group’s classic one-guy-two-girl trio has ever been reissued on CD until now. Generally regarded by fans as the group’s best, it’s a pleasure to finally have these albums available digitally, as they were originally heard.

“Nothing But The Truth” features the group’s eponymous debut plus their “Down To Earth” and “Law Of The Land” albums in their entirety and as originally issued by US Motown. It also features a generous selection of non-album A and B sides, previously un-reissued alternate single mixes and edits plus other rarities from UT’s golden era.

With typically extensive annotation and illustration throughout, the sleeve note is based around a new interview with Joe Harris, the group’s featured male lead throughout its Motown tenure.

Kent’s latest addition to its ever-growing Motown range will definitely win the approval of the many Motown completists who have been clamouring for the reissue of these albums on CD for many, many years.

Tracklist
[CD1]
1. You Got The Love I Need
2. Save My Love For A Rainy Day
3. California Soul
4. Aquarius
5. Ball Of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)
6. Smiling Faces Sometimes
7. We've Got A Way Out Love
8. Since I've Lost You
9. Ain't No Sun Since You've Been Gone
10. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
11. Like A Rolling Stone
12. Law Of The Land
13. Papa Was A Rolling Stone
14. Girl You're Alright
15. Killing Me Softly With His Song
16. Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
17. This Child Needs Its Father

[CD2]
1. Mama I Gotta Brand New Thing (Don't Say No)
2. Feelin' Alright?
3. Love And Happiness
4. With A Little Help From My Friends
5. If I Die
6. Walk On By
7. Help Yourself
8. Big John Is My Name
9. Brother Louie
10. I'm A Fool For You
11. Our Day Will Come
12. Just You 'N' Me
13. The Girl's Alright With Me
14. Let's Go Back To Day One
15. What It Is (Single version)
16. What's Going On (Single edit)
17. You Make Your Own Heaven And Hell Right Here On Earth (Single edit)
18. Gonna Keep On Tryin' Till I Win Your Love
19. Law Of The Land (Single version)
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Debbie Gibson Boxset coming September/October 2017:

'Edsel are proud to announce we will be releasing the Debbie Gibson box set later in the year, more details to follow soon.'

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DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince (Will Smith) 1988 Album 'He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper' out on 2 X CD on September 8th.

Disc: 1
1. Nightmare On My Street
2. Here We Go Again
3. Brand New Funk
4. Time To Chill
5. Charlie Mack (The First Out The Limo)
6. As We Go
7. Parents Just Don't Understand
8. Pump Up The Bass
9. Let's Get Busy Baby
10. Another Special Announcement
11. Live At Union Square, November 1986
12. D.J. On The Wheels
13. My Buddy
14. Rhythm Trax (House Party Style)

Disc: 2
1. He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper
2. Hip Hop Dancer's Theme
3. Jazzy's In The House
4. Human Video Game
5. Parents Just Don't Understand (Single Edit)
6. Parents Just Don't Understand (Instrumental)
7. A Nightmare On My Street (Single Edit)
8. A Nightmare On My Street (Instrumental)
9. Brand New Funk (Extended Remix)
10. Brand New Funk (Live At Nassau Coliseum)
11. Brand New Funk (Single Edit)
12. Brand New Funk (Instrumental)
13. Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble (1988 Extended Remix)
14. Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble (1988 Single Version)
15. Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble (1988 Instrumental Version)

DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince: He’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper (Expanded Edition) (2CD-Set)

Originally released in April 1988 on Jive/Zomba, He’s the DJ, I’m The Rapper by D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince (that’s Will Smith for you youngsters out there) is often listed as one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever recorded, one of the first releases in the genre that “crossed over” into mainstream chart success (#4 on the Pop charts). But, hard as it is to believe, the original vinyl double-LP and cassette are the only places to hear the album in full. When He’s the DJ, I’m The Rapper originally came out as the first-ever hip-hop double album, it clocked in at just over 82 minutes. Rather than issue it as a 2-CD set, Jive shortened the album for CD release.

In the U.S., one of the songs was removed from the album while eight others were presented in shorter versions. To date, only rare 1988 German pressings of the CD contain the original, unedited LP versions of the songs, although even that version left off the last two tracks due to the same space issues. Ah, you know…labels just don’t understand.

So now, on the eve of the record's 30th anniversary, it’s time to set the record straight. Real Gone Music’s new, 2-CD expanded version includes the COMPLETE He’s the DJ, I’m The Rapper album for the first time ever on CD, taken from the original master tapes. But that’s not good enough for us…we’ve also added 11 bonus tracks featuring 12” single mixes, extended remixes, etc. totaling 54 minutes—in fact, the four instrumental versions and the live version of “Brand New Funk” have never been on CD, either! Sean Brennan at Battery Studios in New York remasters, Aaron Kannowski supplies liner notes, and we’ve included original album and 12" artwork as well. One of the crucial albums in hip-hop’s move to the mainstream, finally done right!

[Edited 7/25/17 9:05am]

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Debbie Gibson - We Could Be Together Box set, Collector's Edition 13 Discs - October 20th

Description
The definitive pop collection featuring 10CDs + 3DVDs, presented in a beautiful 12" x 12" coffee table book. This is Debbie's first-ever full career retrospective celebrating 30 years (1987-2017), and includes over 200 tracks.

• All the classic hits including Shake Your Love, Foolish Beat, Only In My Dreams, Electric Youth, You're The One That I Want, Lost In Your Eyes and many more...

• Eight classic albums - Out Of The Blue, Electric Youth, Anything Is Possible, Body Mind Soul plus the first-ever UK release of Think With Your Heart, Deborah, M.Y.O.B. and Ms. Vocalist

• Remixes CD - featuring classic 12-inch mixes from Shep Pettibone, Steve 'Silk' Hurley, Masters At Work, Harding/Curnow, Junior Vasquez and more...

• Stage, Screen & Beyond CD - featuring sought-after rarities from throughout Debbie's career plus exclusive, previously unheard new recordings!

• Classic videos and live concerts on DVD for the very first time plus exclusive bonus footage

• Lavish 12" x 12" book packaging with 32-page 'scrapbook' containing rare and unseen pictures personally chosen by Debbie

• Debbie's own in-depth commentary plus a brand new interview with producer Fred Zarr

The Amazon Exclusive Edition comes with a 12" x 12" print signed by Debbie Gibson and is strictly limited to 750.

Track Listings
Disc: 1
1. Out Of The Blue
2. Staying Together
3. Only In My Dreams
4. Foolish Beat
5. Red Hot
6. Wake Up To Love
7. Shake Your Love
8. Fallen Angel
9. Play The Field
10. Between The Lines
11. Only In My Dreams [Extended Club Mix]
12. Shake Your Love [Club Mix]
13. Out Of The Blue [Club Mix]
14. Staying Together [Remix]
15. Foolish Beat [Extended Mix]

Disc: 2
1. Who Loves Ya Baby?
2. Lost In Your Eyes
3. Love In Disguise
4. Helplessly In Love
5. Silence Speaks (A Thousand Words)
6. Should've Been The One
7. Electric Youth
8. No More Rhyme
9. Over The Wall
10. We Could Be Together
11. Shades Of The Past
12. Lost In Your Eyes [Piano & Vocal Mix]
13. Silence Speaks (A Thousand Words) [Acoustic Mix]
14. No More Rhyme [Acoustic Mix]
15. We Could Be Together [Campfire Mix]
16. Electric Youth [Latin Edit]
17. Over The Wall [Dub Version]
18. We Could Be Together [Extended Version]

Disc: 3
1. Another Brick Falls
2. Anything Is Possible
3. Reverse Psychology
4. One Step Ahead
5. Stand Your Ground
6. Deep Down
7. It Must've Been My Boy
8. Lead Them Home My Dreams
9. One Hand, One Heart
10. Sure
11. Negative Energy
12. Mood Swings
13. Try
14. In His Mind
15. Where Have You Been?
16. This So - Called Miracle
17. So Close To Forever
18. The Most Beautiful Love Song

Disc: 4
1. Love Or Money
2. Do You Have It In Your Heart?
3. Free Me
4. Shock Your Mama
5. Losin' Myself
6. How Can This Be?
7. When I Say No
8. Little Birdie
9. Kisses 4 One
10. Tear Down These Walls
11. Goodbye
12. Eyes Of The Child
13. Love Or Lust
14. Kisses 4 One (Percappella)
15. Losin' Myself (T - Ray's Acoustic Mix)
16. Free Me (Extended Mix)

Disc: 5
1. For Better Or Worse
2. Didn't Have The Heart
3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
4. Dancin' In My Mind
5. Dontcha Want Me Now?
6. Can't Do It Alone
7. Think With Your Heart
8. Too Fancy
9. You Don't Have To See
10. Two Young Kids
11. Interlude / Tony's Rehearsal
12. Let's Run Away

Disc: 6
1. Prelude
2. Ode To A Would - Be Lover
3. Moonchild
4. Only Words
5. Naturally
6. Nobody's You
7. Cry Tonight
8. Where I Wanna Be
9. Butterflies Are Free
10. Give Me Your Love
11. Just Wasn't Love
12. I Can't
13. People
14. Don't Rain On My Parade
15. I Will Let You Go
16. My Boyfriend's Girlfriend [Maxi - Pop]
17. You Belong To Me
18. Only In My Dreams [1997 Dance Edit]
19. Only Words [Dance Edit]
20. My Boyfriend's Girlfriend [Unplugged]

Disc: 7
1. M.Y.O.B.
2. Your Secret
3. What You Want
4. Down That Road
5. The One
6. Wishing You Were Here
7. What Part Of No
8. In Blue
9. Jaded
10. Knock Three Times with Tony Orlando
11. Light The World with Peabo Bryson
12. Comes Right Back [Campfire Mix]
13. M.Y.O.B. [Dance Mix]
14. Your Secret [Hot Vocal Radio Mix]

Disc: 8
1. Tsunami
2. Say Yes
3. I Love You
4. Roman Hiko
5. Suddenly - Love Story wa Totsuzen ni
6. True Love
7. Hitomi o Tojite
8. Sakurazaka
9. However
10. Robinson
11. Lost In Your Eyes 2010 [English Version]
12. Sekaiju no Dareyori Kitto (with Eric Martin)
13. Lost In Your Eyes 2010 [Japanese Version]

Disc: 9
1. Electric Youth [Deep House Mix]
2. We Could Be Together [House Mix]
3. Anything Is Possible [12 - Inch Remix]
4. One Step Ahead [Club Mix]
5. Losin' Myself [12 - Inch Masters At Work]
6. Free Me [Smoove Free Club Mix]
7. Only Words [Arena Club Vocal Mix]
8. Only In My Dreams '98 [Club Mix]
9. Your Secret [Secret Party Mix]
10. Medley [Debbie Gibson Mega Mix]

Disc: 10
1. In The Still Of The Night (I'll Remember)
2. Come Home (Wonder Years)
3. Without You
4. Someday with Chris Cuevas
5. Hopelessly Devoted To You
6. You're The One That I Want with Craig McLachlan
7. With All My Heart
8. Someone You Love with The O'Neill Brothers
9. Sounds Like Love
10. Say Goodbye with Jordan Knight
11. Naked
12. Already Gone
13. Rise
14. Promises
15. Wonderland [Cutting Room Floor Mix]
16. Snake Charmer
17. Famous
18. RCVR with Big Black Delta
19. Rise [Revolution Mix]
20. Dance Dance
21. Cougar
22. Pop Circus
23. Only In My Dreams 2016 [Acoustic Version]

Disc: 11
1. Only In My Dreams
2. Shake Your Love
3. Out Of The Blue
4. Foolish Beat
5. Staying Together
6. Lost In Your Eyes
7. Electric Youth
8. No More Rhyme
9. We Could Be Together
10. Anything Is Possible
11. This So - Called Miracle
12. One Hand, One Heart
13. Someday with Chris Cuevas
14. Losin' Myself
15. Shock Your Mama
16. You're The One That I Want with Craig McLachlan
17. For Better Or Worse
18. Didn't Have The Heart
19. Only Words
20. What You Want
21. Already Gone
22. I Love You
23. Shake Your Love [12 - Inch Version]
24. Out Of The Blue [12 - Inch Version]
25. Electric Youth [Long Version]
26. We Could Be Together [Long Version]
27. Anything Is Possible [UK Version]
28. Only Words [Dance Version]
29. Electric Youth Reloaded with Jace Hall

Disc: 12
1. Staying Together
2. Foolish Beat
3. Shake Your Love
4. In The Still Of The Night (I'll Remember)
5. Lost In Your Eyes
6. Should've Been The One
7. Out Of The Blue
8. Only In My Dreams
9. We Could Be Together
10. Crocodile Rock
11. Who Loves Ya Baby?
12. Over The Wall
13. Lost In Your Eyes
14. Don't Flirt With Me
15. Dance To The Music
16. Love Under My Pillow
17. Should've Been The One
18. We Could Be Together
19. No More Rhyme
20. Electric Youth

Disc: 13
1. For Better Or Worse
2. Didn't Have The Heart
3. Your Love Amazes Me
4. Too Fancy
5. Lost In Your Eyes
6. Let's Run Away
7. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?

Nick Ashford was someone I greatly admired, had the honor of knowing, and was the real-life inspiration for Cowboy Curtis' hair. RIP Nick. - Pee Wee Herman
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Their Satanic Majesties Request - 50th Anniversary Special Edition
release: September 22, 2017


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Descendants Of Mike & Phoebe - A Spirit Speaks
release: September 22, 2017

One of the most unique albums on the Strata East label – and that’s saying a heck of a lot, given the creative energies flowing through that legendary jazz outlet! Descendants Of Mike & Phoebe is a righteous little 1974 project put together by Spike Lee’s father, Bill Lee, and his brothers and sisters (Cliff Lee, Grace Lee Mims, and Consuela Lee Moorhead) – working here in a group named after their slave ancestors, who are paid tribute in a beautifully flowing batch of tunes! Lee’s round, warm bass tones are firmly at the head of the group on most numbers – recorded at a similar level to his excellent work with Clifford Jordan on Strata East during the same time – and other instrumentation includes piano from Consuela, flugelhorn from Cliff, and percussion from Sonny Brown and Billy Higgins – all used in a wonderfully evocative style that’s even better than some of Lee’s later soundtrack work. A few numbers feature vocals from Grace – singing wordlessly and with a really heavenly sort of quality – and together, the whole group have an undeniable sense of power and majesty, yet also one that’s touched by a really personal sense of poetry too. Titles include a great version of Lee’s “Coltrane”, which was more famously recorded with Clifford Jordan.

Side 1
Two Songs for A Boy Named Mark
Little Bitty Baby
Soliloquy To A Man-Child
Coltrane
Chick Chick
Well Done Weldon
A Spirit Speaks
Side 2
Attica
Take My Hand, Precious Lord
Boll Weevil
Don’t Be A Stranger
Too Little, Too Late

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Black Ivory - Anthology (2 CD/2 LP)
release: August 4, 2017

Disc/LP 1
Don't Turn Around
Surrender
I'll Find a Way
I Keep Asking You Questions
She Said That She's Leaving
If I Could Be a Mirror
You and I
Our Future
Find the One Who Loves You
Got to Be There
Baby, Won't You Change Your Mind
Just Leave Me Some
Time Is Love
Spinning Around
(It's) Time to Say Goodbye
No Ifs, Ands or Buts
Wishful Thinking
We Made It
No One Else 45
What Goes Around 45

Disc/LP 2
Will We Ever Come Together
Daily News [Vocal]
Feel It
Love, Won't You Stay
You're What's Been Missing From My Life
White Wind
Walking Downtown (Saturday Night)
Longer Ride
Big Apple Rock
Mainline
You Turned My Whole World Around
You Are My Lover
You and I (1984)
Don't Turn Around (1984)
I Got My Eye on You

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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