RSD Black Friday 2019

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Raymond Scott

Tingling tartness of jingle perfection! In addition to being a pioneer of early electronic music, Raymond Scott generated hymns to hunger, odes to pudding and pilsner, and crafted carols for countless other products, elevating the form of advertisement to an art. If Zappa had written music for commercials, it’s not hard to think his approach would have been similar! This first ever collection contains varied styles in both instrumentation and vocalization, previously unavailable electronic works, and a zine-style insert with rare photos and a reproduction of a 1964 interview with Raymond himself. Products may contain soy, wheat, dairy, or Mel Tormé.

DISC 1: 1. “When You Bake With Gold Medal Flour [Demo]” 2. “The Taste Is Great (Tareyton Cigarettes)” 3. “When You Shop At A Food Town Store [Vocal]” 4. “Move Up To Schlitz” 5. “It’s Compatible (RCA Victor TV)” 6. “Male/Female Scott Family Napkins Themes [Instrumental] 7. Road-Tuned Wheels (Mercury)” 8. “It Outsells Because It Excels (Duquesne Beer)” 9. “Hangover Dirt (Instant Fels Naptha)” 10. “Think Of A Carpet (Masland Carpets) [Instrumental]” 11. “Stop At The Esso Sign [Rehearsal 1]” 12. “S-W-E-L (Swel Frosting)” 13. “Song Of The Milk Bottle Moppets (Glass Container Institute)” 14. “So Good, So Fresh, So Southern (Mel Tormé) (Southern Bread)” 15. “The Tingling Tartness Of Sprite [Instrumental]” 16. “Use Vicks Medicated Cough Drops [Electronic Version]” 17. “Stuckey’s Theme [Vocal]“ 18. “DX Super Boron (Sunray DX Oil Co.) [Demo]” 19. “Vibes & Marimba [Instrumental]” 20. “Miller Beer Theme [Instrumental Rehearsal]” 21. “Uptempo Theme With Vibes [Instrumental]” 22. “The Big M (Mercury)” 23. “Be Happy, Go Lucky (Lucky Strike)” 24. “There’s A Tingle In The Taste (Fitger’s Beer)” 25. “Way Ahead In Flavor / Almost Like Magic (My-T-Fine Pudding)” 26. “Scott Family Napkins Guidance Tracks” 27. “Melonball Bounce (Sprite) [Instrumental]” 28. “Go Greyhound - Leave The Driving To Us” 29. “Today’s Best Buy (Plymouth) [Demo]” 30. “Who Took The Beer? (Hamm’s Beer)” 31. “The Fashion To Be Fashionable (Ford Galaxie)” 32. “Dirty Carburetor #1 & #2 (Atlantic Imperial)” 33. “Bottled Soft Drinks Serenade (Glass Container Institute)” 34. “All-Purpose Breeze [Demo]” 35. “The Only Candy Bar (Fifth Avenue)” 36. “Better Get Some More Beer (Mel Tormé) (Hamm’s Beer)” 37. “Nothing Works Like Listerine” 38. “Let’s Have a Sackful Of Krystals (Krystal Hamburgers)” 39. “Ex-Lax Helps You [Demo]”

DISC 2: 1. “Lady Gaylord (Ideal Toys) [Alternate Instrumental]” 2. “Lilt Home Permanent (Procter & Gamble) [Demo]” 3. “Think Of A Carpet (Masland Carpets) [Vocal]” 4. “Seven-Minute Fluffy (Swel Frosting)” 5. “Super Cheer Detergent (Procter & Gamble)” 6. “Look For That Hotpoint Difference” 7. “Let’s Have A Sackful Of Krystals (Krystal Hamburgers) [Instrumental]” 8. “The Tingling Tartness Of Sprite [Vocal]” 9. “Good News–Here’s Hamm’s Beer” 10. “What’s New, Bokoo? / An Unusual Name” 11. “Buy A Carton Of Lucky Strike” 12. “Right Car, Right Price (Chrysler)” 13. “Wave Your Hair With Hudnut Care (Richard Hudnut)” 14. “It’s The Ice-Creamiest (Russell’s Ice Cream)” 15. “Stuckey’s Theme [Instrumental]” 16. “WQXI Bumper Montage” 17. “Use Vicks Medicated Cough Drops” 18. “Delicate Theme [Instrumental]” 19. “Use Trushay” 20. “Tingle In The Taste (Fitger’s Beer) [Duet]” 21. “The Big Change (RCA Victor TV)” 22. “Use New Instant Autocrat (Autocrat Coffee)” 23. “Hamm’s Beer Theme [Instrumental]” 24. “Trushay Theme 1 [Instrumental]” 25. “DX Super Boron (Sunray DX Oil Co.) [Instrumental]” 26. “Melonball Bounce (Sprite) [Vocal]” 27. “Stop At The Esso Sign [Rehearsal 2]” 28. “Watch The Vibrations Of A Tuning Fork (Bulova Accutron)” 29. “Breeze Along With Ease” 30. “Have A Duke (Duquesne Beer)” 31. “RCA Victor High Fidelity Theme” 32. “RFK, Liz & Dick, Nudity In Movies (Look Magazine)” 33. “When You Shop At A Food Town Store [Instrumental]” 34. “Good News–Here’s Hamm’s Beer (Mel Tormé)” 35. “Best Looking Buys In Each Size (Mercury)” 36. “New Sensations In Sound (RCA Victor TV)” 37. “Make Him A Legend In His Own Time (British Sterling)” 38. “Living Curl / They Did It! (Revlon Hair Spray)” 39. “Lady Gaylord (Ideal Toys) [Trumpet Effects Instrumental]” 40. “Keep On The Go With Atlantic (Atlantic Imperial)” 41. “Look At That Sunbeam Bread! [Demo]” 42. “Tart And Tingling [French Version]” 43. “Trushay Theme 2 [Instrumental]”

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Frank Sinatra

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Frank Sinatra song, a special 45 RPM single in a new picture sleeve with a rare image, and a B-side seeing its first vinyl release. 

A-side: “My Way” (December 30, 1968) 
B-side: “My Way" (Live - June 13, 1971)
Both sides Arranged by Don Costa

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Slipknot

The song whose lyrics gave their newest album its name, but doesn't appear on it gets its first physical US release on this special picture disc 7" for RSD Black Friday. 

“All Out Life/Unsainted” 

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Bruce Springsteen

Taken from the critically-acclaimed album Western Stars, Bruce Springsteen presents an RSD Black Friday exclusive 7” single of “Western Stars” b/w “The Wayfarer.” Western Stars draws inspiration in part from the Southern California pop records of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, and its release in June 2019 was heralded as “his best new work in a decade” by Esquire magazine.

"Western Stars" b/w "The Wayfarer"

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Steep Canyon Rangers

GRAMMY-Award winning bluegrass outfit Steep Canyon Rangers brought a special surprise to attendees of their performance at Merlefest 2019. To honor their home state, the Rangers performed a selection of songs from the artists of North Carolina. Featuring unsung Carolinian heroes like Ola Belle Reed and Elizabeth Cotten to world-renowned performers like Thelonious Monk, Doc Watson, James Taylor and Ben E. King, the Rangers' live North Carolina Songbook performance shows why the Tar Heel State continues to celebrate their legacy of musical excellence and influence that dates back over a century. 

1. “Stand By Me [Ben E King]” 2. “Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down [Earl Scruggs/Charlie Poole]” 3. “Blue Monk [Thelonious Monk]” 4. “Jack of Diamonds [Tommy Jerrell]” 5. “Shake Sugaree [Elizabeth Cotten]” 6. “Sweet Baby James [James Taylor]” 7. “I’ve Endured [Ola Belle Reed]” 8. “Your Lone Journey [Doc Watson]”

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Steep Canyon Rangers

GRAMMY-Award winning bluegrass outfit Steep Canyon Rangers brought a special surprise to attendees of their performance at Merlefest 2019. To honor their home state, the Rangers performed a selection of songs from the artists of North Carolina. Featuring unsung Carolinian heroes like Ola Belle Reed and Elizabeth Cotten to world-renowned performers like Thelonious Monk, Doc Watson, James Taylor and Ben E. King, the Rangers' live North Carolina Songbook performance shows why the Tar Heel State continues to celebrate their legacy of musical excellence and influence that dates back over a century. This first edition of the North Carolina Songbook arrives on North Carolina Flag Tri-Color vinyl.

1. “Stand By Me [Ben E King]” 2. “Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down [Earl Scruggs/Charlie Poole]” 3. “Blue Monk [Thelonious Monk]” 4. “Jack of Diamonds [Tommy Jerrell]” 5. “Shake Sugaree [Elizabeth Cotten]” 6. “Sweet Baby James [James Taylor]” 7. “I’ve Endured [Ola Belle Reed]” 8. “Your Lone Journey [Doc Watson]”


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Sublime

A band of Long Beach rag-tag punks created a revolutionary blend of music that brought together a community of reggae, tattooed-punks, Rastafarians, surfers, Chicanos, hip-hoppers and others to define an entire era and lifestyle that lives on now more than ever.

This collection celebrates the musical heroes and influences that inspired Sublime by pairing up their version with the original musical recording. RESPECT YOUR ROOTS

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SUBLIME - "Foolish Fool"
DEE DEE WARWICK - "Foolish Fool"

SUBLIME - "Pawn Shop"
WAILING SOULS - "War Deh Round A John Shop"

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SUBLIME - "Rivers of Babylon"
MELODIANS - "Rivers of Babylon"

SUBLIME - "I Love My Dog"
BAD BRAINS - "I Luv I Jah"

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Sugar Ray

Sugar Ray

14:59 [RSD BF 2019]

New Vinyl: $21.98 Buy

20th anniversary reissue of Sugar Ray's triple-platinum selling album featuring Top 10 singles "Someday" and "Every Morning." Out of print on vinyl since its original release, this new reissue is pressed on red vinyl. Audio has been remastered from the original tapes.

1. “New Direction” 2. “Every Morning” 3. “Falls Apart” 4. “Personal Space Invader” 5. “Live & Direct (ft. KRS-One)” 6. “Someday” 7. “Aim For Me” 8. “Ode to the Lonely Hearted” 9. “Burning Dog” 10. “Even Though” 11. “Abracadabra” 12. “Glory” 13. “New Direction”

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Tamba 4

Finally unearthed and being released 50 years later, California Soul is a light, breezy, previously-unissued bossa-pop album from one of Rio De Janeiro's most influential '60s bands, recorded and mixed by Rudy Van Gelder. Produced for release by Zev Feldman and Greg Caz, this long lost studio album was mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. 180g black vinyl.

1. “California Soul” 2. “Travessia” 3. “Na Onda Do Berimbau” 4. “Light My Fire” 5. “Hey Girl” 6. “Você e Eu” 7. “Miss Balanço” 8. “Guitar By Moonlight” 9. “Value Of Love” 10. “Sambinha” 11. “Here, There & Everywhere”

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Tank and The Bangas

A 2018 live performance from the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert winners, at The Parlor Studio in their hometown New Orleans. For Record Store Day Black Friday on purple/yellow splattered vinyl. 

1. “Do Something” – Live 2. “Big Bad Wolf” – Live 3. “New Orleans” – Live 4. “Doing My Best”-Live featuring Sweet Crude 5. “DM Pretty” – Live featuring Shacondria Sibley 6. “Bradys (Remix) -- Live featuring Hasizzle

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Cecil Taylor

Indent, a live solo album by Cecil Taylor, was recorded in Ohio in March 1973. It was originally released on Taylor's own Unit Core label, subsequently more widely released on the Freedom label, and has received critical praise, including a 4/5 star review from the Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Previously out of print for decades, the phenomenal work is finally coming back to vinyl with an audiophile-grade pressing from Pallas Group. The album was remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering. This white color vinyl pressing is exclusively available for RSD Black Friday.

A1 “Indent: First Layer” 13:40 A2 “Indent: Second Layer, Part One” 9:50
B1 “Indent: Second Layer, Part Two” 3:50 B2 “Indent: Third Layer” 17:25

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Richard Thompson

The Cold Blue is a 2019 documentary that focuses on footage shot directly from bomber planes during WWII with narration from surviving members of the 8th infantry.  Richard Thompson wrote and arranged the score to the movie, and its released on vinyl for the first time everas a double blue 180g vinyl set, with a worldwide pressing of 1500. 

1. “The Cold Blue” 2. “The Cold Blue Part 2” 3. “No Tomorrow” 4. “Fresh Eggs” 5. “A Sudden Boom” 6. “Family” 7. “Tremendous Workers” 8. “Beautiful Sight” 9. “Beautiful Ship” 10. “Cold Air” 11. “Over There” 12. “Big Thunderstorm” 13. “Superstitious” 14. “Kill a Human” 15. “Red Flare” 16. “Just Germans” 17. “I'll Be Seeing You” 18. “Family (Guitar Version)” 19. “The Cold Blue (Guitar Version)”

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Tune-Yards

Vinyl release of the original score for Boots Riley’s acclaimed 2018 film Sorry To Bother You starring Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson.

Side 1: 1. “Transformative Experience” 2. “Study Up” 3. “STTS” 4. “SIGNS (Detroit’s Theme)” 5. “Regalview Theme” 6. “Money Money Money” 7. “Powercallers Suite” 8. “Mr. Green's” 9. “Let's Begin Again” 10. “Does It Feel Good” 11. “Sad Theme” 12. “Revealed”

Side 2: 1. “Steve Lift's Party” 2. “Performance Art” 3. “Triumph” 4. “Love Theme” 5. “Play My Clip” 6. “This Is My White Voice” 7. “Does It Feel Good (Lucid Dream Mix)” 8. “The Reveal” 9. “Backbone”




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Velvert Turner Group

Velvert Turner is largely known for being a protégé and student of Jimi Hendrix, who he met as a teenager in New York in the late ‘60s. The influence is immediately clear, with respect to both Turner’s guitar work and vocals. Some have even mistaken his only album for a "lost" Hendrix recording, and it’s hard to blame them. Velvert Turner Group’s self-titled 1972 release, which aptly closes with a tribute to Hendrix (a cover of “Freedom”), has been out of print for decades. Now it’s coming back to vinyl with a color pressing, mastered from original analog tapes, exclusively for RSD Black Friday.

A1 “Madonna (Of The Seven Moons)” A2 Talkin' 'Bout My Baby” A3 “Country Chicken” A4 “Strangely Neww” A5 “Scarlet Warrior”
B1 “Three O'Clock Train” B2 “Just Look And See” B3 “'Xcuse Me, Gentleman (The Fall Of Atlantis)” B4 “(Love Rides...) The Slow Swirling Seas” B5 “Freedom” B6 “Madonna (of the Seven Moons) (Alternate Mix/Bonus Track)”

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Tuxedo

Bonding over a shared love of Chic, Parliament and the other signs in the greater funk Zodiac, Mayer Hawthorne (Aquarius) and Jake One (Taurus), collectively known as Tuxedo present this exclusive 7” release for RSD Black Friday, fresh off the release of their third studio album Tuxedo III.

Featuring the previously unreleased tracks “Get The Money” feat. Ceelo Green and “Own Thang” feat. Tony! Toni! Toné!, Tuxedo is back to remind you that the dance floor will always be there to welcome you, whoever you are.

“Get The Money” feat. Ceelo Green b/w “Own Thang” feat. Tony! Toni! Toné

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Twiztid

This 7” single features a brand new holiday track “A Very Twiztid Christmas” as well as their previous Christmas song “My Ornaments” remixed by Young Wicked. Inside is a download code and a Christmas card—and 160 of them will be autographed and randomly inserted!  

Side A: "A Very Twiztid Christmas" / Side B: "My Ornaments (Young Wicked Remix)"

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Various Artists

Iconic Los Angeles hip-hop label Delicious Vinyl is best known for early hits like Tone Loc's "Wild Thing” and "Funky Cold Medina”, Young MC's "Bust a Move”, and influential ‘90s hip-hop group The Pharcyde. For this compilation, we dug through the vaults to uncover some of Delicious Vinyl’s rarest singles, remixes, and b-sides. The compilation comes on a limited edition red color vinyl pressing, exclusively for RSD Black Friday.

A1. Fatlip “What’s Up Fatlip?” (Breakbot RMX) A2. Def Jef “Brand New Heavy Freestyle" A3. The Whoridas “Taxin’” A4. Masta Ace “Observations” (feat. Apocalypse) A5. Body And Soul “Ya Get’s None"
B1. Machel Montano “Come Dig It” (Carolina Dub Mix) B2. Mr. Vegas “Pull Up” B3. The Brand New Heavies “Get Used To It” (Tom Moutlon Mix) B4. illa J “Sounds Like Love” (feat. Debi Nova) B5. Kenyatta “I Wanna Do Something Freaky To You”

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The score for the acclaimed anthology series Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams comes to life for the first time on fabulous vinyl! Featuring tracks from renowned composers Harry Gregson-Williams, Bear McCreary, Cristobal Tapia de Veer, Olafur Arnalds, Mark Isham and BT on "Electric Blue" vinyl. Includes an 18" x 24" poster featuring original artwork.

Side A: 1. “Main title” 2. “Octopus” 3. “Macon Heights (The Commuter)” 4. “Laying Traps (The Father)” 5. “Swimming (Impossible Planet)” 6. “Sarah’s Last Night (Real Life)”

Side B: 7. “Crazy Diamond (Crazy Diamond)” 8. “Bomb (Safe and Sound)” 9. “Do You Want Me? (Human Is)” 10. “Unfinished Business (Autofac)” 11. “Philbert (Kill All Others)” 12. “Protests/Chase (The Hood Maker)”

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Various Artists

Music Center Presents Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration on March 8, 2019. On Joni's 75th birthday last November, a star-studded roster of musicians gathered together to pay tribute to the legendary singer-songwriter. The evening was recorded and is now being released on vinyl. It features performances by Brandi Carlile, Glen Hansard, Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones, Chaka Khan, Diana Krall, Kris Kristofferson, Los Lobos with La Marisoul, Cesar Castro & Xochi Flores, Graham Nash, James Taylor and more.

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Various Artists

The soundtrack to the third episode of the Wachowskis' epic vision comes to vinyl for the first time in an appropriately colored (coke-bottle green) double vinyl package. 

SIDE ONE:
Don Davis “The Matrix Revolutions Main Title”, Juno Reactor and Don Davis “The Trainman Cometh”, Juno Reactor and Don Davis “Tetsujin”, Pale 3 “In My Head”, Don Davis “The Road To Sourceville”, Don Davis “Men in Metal”, Don Davis “Niobe’s Run”, Don Davis “Woman Can Drive”

SIDE TWO:
Don Davis “Moribund Mifune”, Don Davis “Kidfried”, Don Davis “Saw Bitch Workhorse”, Don Davis “Trinity Definitely”, Don Davis “Neodammerung”

SIDE THREE:
Don Davis “Why, Mr. Anderson?”, Don Davis “Spirit of the Universe”, Don Davis “Navras”

SIDE FOUR:
Etching

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Special color vinyl and all tracks on vinyl for the first time. Side B, tracks 1-4, are previously unreleased stereo mixes. Side B track 5 is previously unreleased.

Side A
1. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles — “My Business, Your Pleasure”
2. Brenda Holloway — “You're Walking Out With My Heart”
3. Martha & the Vandellas — “Keep Stepping (Never Look Back)”
4. The Marvelettes — “The Boy From Crosstown version 1”
5. Four Tops — “Which Way Is the Sky”
6. Marvin Gaye — “Without You (My World Is Lonely)”

Side B
1. Diana Ross & the Supremes — “For Once In My Life”
2. The Temptations — “I'd Walk A Country Mile (For a Pretty Little Brown-Skin Girl)”
3. Bobby Taylor – “Touched By Love”
4. Gladys Knight & the Pips — “You Took Me This Far (Take Me All the Way)”
5. The Originals — “If I Ever Lose This Heaven”
6. The Jackson 5 — “Let’s Have A Party”

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Various Artists

What do you get when you combine a 1966 album of a man interviewing survivors of alien abductions with new music from the likes of modern psych beacons Kikagaku Moyo, Heron Oblivion, Al Lover, Mugstar, Earthen Sea, Demian Castellanos, Holy Mountain Top Removers, Jeffrey Alexander, Terceiro Olho de Marte, and White Manna? …not sure but you’re going to need two turntables to find out. This odd collaboration is both the first reissue of a strange spoken word record, and a separate LP of modern drone and psych that works as the perfect backdrop to the words of Jack Jenkins and Sid Padrick, these are two fabulous albums that combine to form one magnificent experience.

LP #1 (Jack Jenkins - File #733 U.F.O.)
SIDE A: 1. “Do They Or Don’t They Exist?” 2. “The U.F.O. Cults” 3. “Telepathic Communication With Saucer Men!” 4. “A Message From Outer Space” 5. “Science And The Saucers” 6. “The Strange Case Of Sid Padrick” 7. “Inside A Space Craft” 8. “Why Are They Here?” 9. “Where Are They From?” 10. “Spacemen...Animal, Mineral or Vegetable?”

SIDE B: 1. “The Airforce And U.F.O!” 2. “The Case Of The Missing A.F. Planes” 3. “The Flood Of Saucer Sightings” 4. “The Case Of The Persistent Saucers” 5. “Mrs. Brundages’” 6. “Night Of Fear” 7. “Brundage Continued” 8. “The James Flynn Story” 9. “The Mystery Ray Strikes” 10. “A Blinded Mr. Flynn” 11. “Old Tricks...Air Force Style” 12. “Conclusion LP #2 (Various Artists - Further Investigation)

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Rufus Wainwright

Live cover versions of Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon” and Arcade Fire’s “Crown of Love”, pressed on 7’ translucent red vinyl. 

“Harvest Moon” / “Crown of Love”

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Larry Mullins + Mike Watt

Larry Mullins (aka Toby Dammit) and Mike Watt team up for a tribute to the late Scott Asheton, founding member and original drummer of The Stooges. Mullins and Watt previously played together in the most recent iteration of The Stooges. The 7” vinyl release features their take on The Stooges’ “1969”, divided into two parts. The single is exclusively available for RSD Black Friday. Half of the pressing comes on a blue and yellow split color vinyl, with the other half on standard black vinyl. The two editions will be randomly mixed, so you're in for a surprise.

A: “1969 (Part 1)” B: “1969 (Part 2)”

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Tony Joe White

The only live album recorded at Tony Joe White's peak…and it's never been available at retail before. Recorded in the fall of 1971 while TJW was opening for Creedence Clearwater Revival, this show became the proverbial "legendary lost live album," and for good reason: Warner Bros. recorded the concert on multitrack tape, fully intending it to be released. But for some reason lost to the mists of time, the album never came out until Rhino Handmade released it on CD in 2010 via their website. Which means it never went to regular retail at all in any format, and that's a real shame, because you could make a good argument that it's the best Tony Joe White album of 'em all, with a set list to die for, a great band (featuring Duck Dunn on bass), pristine fidelity, and plenty of Swamp Fox attitude. This exclusive RSD Black Friday white vinyl pressing comes inside a gatefold jacket featuring a front cover cut-out displaying the art on one of two inner sleeves, with great liner notes by Ben Vaughn. 

1. “Roosevelt and Ira Lee” 2.” A Night in the Life of a Swamp Fox” 3. “Rainy Night in Georgia” 4. “Mississippi River” 5. “Lustful Earl and the Married Woman” 6. “Willie and Laura Mae Jones” 7. “Back to the Country” 8. “Band Introduction” 9. “Traveling Bone” 10. “Stormy Monday” 11. “My Kind of Woman” 12. “Polk Salad Annie” 13. “That on the Road Look”

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John Williams and Anne-Sophie Mutter

Legendary film composer John Williams conducts five exceptional movie themes from the world-famous Star Wars saga in stunning new adaptations written especially for his superstar violinist friend and collaborator Anne-Sophie Mutter. The music ranges from “Yoda’s Theme” from The Empire Strikes Back and “Luke and Leia” from Return of the Jedi to more recent pieces such as “Across the Stars” from Attack of the Clones and “Rey’s Theme” from The Force Awakens. This unique 12” combines all the Star Wars tracks from the album Across the Stars, with the exclusive vinyl release of “Princess Leia’s Theme” from A New Hope. The b-side with an artfully engraved image of the Death Star.

Limited to 6,000 numbered albums globally.


1.”Rey’s Theme” from STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS
2. “Yoda’s Theme” from STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
3. “Across the Stars (Love Theme)” from STAR WARS: ATTACK OF THE CLONES
4. “Princess Leia’s Theme” from STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE
5. “Luke and Leia” from STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI

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Hank Williams

The songs featured on this RSD Black Friday 45 RPM 7” single catch Williams at age 18 on homemade recordings. Coupled with last year’s 7” release The First Recordings 1938, these two 7’s represent the earliest known recordings of Hank Williams. Newly restored and remastered by the Grammy-Award winning Hank Williams team!

A1) “Freight Train Blues” A2) “New San Antonio Rose”
B1)” St. Louis Blues” B2) “Greenback Dollar”

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Yacht Rock Revue

A quick hit of Yacht Rock from the “Greatest Show on Surf and the finest tribute to '70s light rock to ever perform anywhere. Ever.” The original track “The Doobie Bounce” on the A-side, with a classic Doobie bounce on the flip! 

 "The Doobie Bounce" / "What a Fool Believes (Live)"

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