Record Store Day Offers Releases by The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and More
Happy Record Store Day Eve, music fans!
Record Store Day is tomorrow (April 13), and your favorite artists from The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Duran Duran, Green Day and Pink Floyd–have special offerings for the occasion.
As previously reported, The Stones have three tasty slabs of vinyl on the menu: a single featuring a performance of “She’s a Rainbow” from an October 2017 concert in Paris; a green vinyl reissue of the U.K. version of the band’s 1966 compilation Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass), and a 50th anniversary edition of the U.K. version of the group’s Through the Past Darkly hits LP.
Pink Floyd is issuing a mono version of its second studio album, 1968’s A Saucerful of Secrets.
Fleetwood Mac will release a limited edition of ‘The Alternate Fleetwood Mac’ on 10-gram black vinyl. An album takes mirroring the original album from the Fleetwood Mac deluxe edition.
Green Day’s contribution is Woodstock 1994 Live.
Twin piano Gods Elton John and Joel have dueling releases as well: John will release Live From Moscow, while Joel will offer 1977’s Live From Carnegie Hall.
David Bowie fans can snap up a single featuring “The Revolutionary Song,” a track that he recorded for the 1978 film Just a Gigolo, in which he also starred. The second is a picture disc of his 1973 covers collection Pin Ups. The third is a reissue of the 1970 compilation The World of David Bowie.
Additionally, a limited-edition vinyl LP of raw studio mixes of the songs on John Lennon‘s classic 1971 album Imagine will hit the shelves: Imagine (Raw Studio Mixes). The 10-raw mixes lack any reverb, tape delay or other effects added by producer Phil Spector.
For a full list, look HERE.