RECORDS: National Record Store Day Releases Revealed

 

Pearl Jam has been named official ambassadors of Record Store Day 2019, which this year is set for April 13th. Well, now some of the music being released has been announced, including a live album from the Seattle rockers.

Record Store 2019 releases include:

  • Pearl Jam - First time vinyl release of their live performance at Seattle’s Easy Street Records in 2005. Limited to 6,000 copies.
  • Jeff Buckley - Seven unreleased studio performances in a new collection, “In Transition,” including early versions of songs from “Grace,” including an early rendition of his iconic “Hallelujah” cover. Limited to 3,000 copies. 
  • Third Man Records will release four tiny 3-inch vinyl records containing music from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, and Jack White solo. Each release is limited to 2,000 copies.
  • Foo Fighters are also releasing a tiny 3-inch vinyl version of their hit “Big Me.” Limited to 5,000 copies.
  • Bob Dylan - “Blood on the Tracks – Original New York Test Pressing,” an exact duplicate of the test pressing, he planned to releae before re-recording half the material. It’s available commercially for the first time. Limited to 7,500 copies.
  • Elvis Costello & Imposters - a new EP “Purse,” featuring songs Costello has written with Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash,and Burt Bacharach. Limited to 3,000 copies.
  • Green Day - a live vinyl recording of their 1994 performance at Woodstock. Limited to 6,800 copies 
  • Greta Van Fleet’s -  "From the Fires" will be released on vinyl for the first time.
  • Unreleased Joe Strummer recordings from 1993 will be packaged in a limited-edition 12-inch vinyl called “The Rockfield Studio Tracks.”
  • Elton John’s “Live From Moscow,” recorded in 1979, is being released for the first time in any format for the show’s 40thanniversary. 

Click here for a complete list of this year’s Record Store Day releases. 

Source:Record Store Day

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