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The Lumineers

The Lumineers - 10th Anniversary Edition

    The Lumineers’ breakout debut album captured hearts of fans and critics worldwide in 2012, leading to two Grammy-award nominations and a #2 Billboard chart peak. It features the hit singles “Ho Hey” “Stubborn Love” and “Submarines.”

    Celebrate the 10th anniversary with a remastered and expanded 2xLP edition pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl, featuring 6 tracks previously unreleased on vinyl, new liner notes, and all-new packaging exclusive behind the scenes photos.


    1. Flowers In Your Hair
    2. Classy Girls
    3. Submarines
    4. Dead Sea
    5. Ho Hey
    6. Slow It Down
    7. Stubborn Love
    8. Big Parade
    9. Charlie Boy
    10. Flapper Girl
    11. Morning Song
    12. Ain't Nobody's Problem
    13. This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody)
    14. Elouise
    15. Darlene
    16. Slow It Down (live)
    17. Scotland

    The Lumineers

    Brightside (Acoustic) (RSD22 EDITION)


      Brightside (acoustic) is the new EP from 2x Grammy award-nominated band, The Lumineers. This 12" colour vinyl includes x3 acoustic versions of tracks from their new 2022 album BRIGHTSIDE, with an additional cover The Cure's "Just Like Heaven" 


      1. Brightside (acoustic)
      2. Am Radio (acoustic)
      3. Justlike Heaven (acoustic)
      4. Little Sound (acoustic)

      Melt Yourself Down

      Pray For Me I Don't Fit In

        Lauded London 6-piece Melt Yourself Down are back armed with a new approach for their fourth studio album Pray For Me I Don’t Fit In. Created for misfits, by misfits, Pray For Me I Don’t Fit In sees Melt Yourself Down embrace a celebratory punk agenda. Having realised they are never going to fit the mould, the group deliberately draw on their myriad influences, speaking all languages musically and lyrically. Led by the potent sounds of Sax pioneer Pete Wareham, the punchy sax hooks pay homage to the traditional horn sections of late 60’s early 70’s era of Jazz, Soul and Rock n Roll, while showcasing African pentatonic scales and dance-inducing rhythms with raw 70’s rock and punk. This album sees vocalist Kushal Gaya celebrate his diversity - tonally, texturally, and emotionally while embracing lyrical depth. Recorded and produced by band favourite Ben Hillier (Blur, Depeche Mode & Nadine Shah), delivering his distinct musical depth, resonance, and dark drive so essential to Melt Yourself Down’s sound. This album is the band’s most cohesive work to date.


        Pray For Me I Don’t Fit In
        Boots Of Leather
        For Real
        All We Have
        Fun Fun Fun
        Sunset Flip
        Ghost On The Run
        I Got Time

        The Lumineers


          Produced by longtime collaborator Simone Felice and produced, mixed, and engineered by David Baron over two sessions in winter and spring 2021 at Baron’s Sun Mountain Studios in bucolic Boiceville, NY, Brightside the album marks The Lumineers’ first new music in more than two years as well as the band’s most joyous and spontaneous piece of work thus far. The nine-song collection sees The Lumineers’ co-founders/co-songwriters Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites performing virtually all of the eclectic, effervescent instrumentation, with Baron on a wide variety of keyboards and backing vocals and more by Simone Felice, touring members Byron Isaacs and Lauren Jacobson, famed backing singer Cindy Mizelle (Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews Band), The Felice Brothers’ James Felice, and acclaimed singer-songwriter Diana DeMuth.


          1. Brightside
          2. Am Radio
          3. Where We Are
          4. Birthday
          5. Big Shot
          6. Never Really Mine
          7. Rollercoaster
          8. Remington
          9. Reprise

          The New Jazz Orchestra

          Le Déjeuner Sur L'Herbe

            If one were asked to pick an album that represented the best of British jazz in the 1960s, Le Déjeuner Sur l’Herbe by the New Jazz Orchestra would be a serious contender. Recorded in September 1968, it draws together many of the key streams that had developed in British jazz in the preceding years, and also presages much of what was to come. Notwithstanding the line-up, which includes some of the very best British jazz musicians directed by an inventive and ingenious leader in Neil Ardley, the session features pieces written by the most distinctive jazz composers active in Britain at that time alongside idiosyncratic interpretations of works by John Coltrane and Miles Davis. And it’s all captured beautifully by engineer Howard Barrow and producer Tony Reeves and it features a stella cast of some of the greatest musicians, not just from that era or genre but beyond; Jack Bruce, who would become one of the founding members of Cream, Barbara Thompson, Ian Carr, Michael Gibbs, Dave Gelly, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Jon Hiseman, who went on to form one of the greatest jazz/progressive/rock bands – Colosseum. 

            Ennio Morricone

            Il Bandito Dagli Occhi Azzurri (RSD21 EDITION)



              This exclusive Record Store Day Limited Edition of Morricone's score to "The Blue-eyed Bandit" has been remastered from the original tapes, preserved in the historical CAM Sugar archives, presented on transparent blue vinyl with new original artwork designed by Eric Adrian Lee, featuring liner notes by Italian poliziotteschi star Franco Nero & Morriconeís jazz pianist Enrico Pieranunzi One of the very rare chances, and quite possibly the only chance to listen to the genius of Ennio Morricone engaging with the musical world of jazz. His soundtrack for the film The Blue-Eyed Bandit (Il Bandito Dagli Occhi Azzuri by Alfredo Giannetti, 1980) is marked by a relentless rhythm that perfectly matches the atmosphere of the film. The film was shot in Genoa ñ one of the most iconic cities of the Italian detective (poliziottesco) film genre ñ and stars Franco Nero, one of the leading stars of the whole genre. The main theme, Citt‡ Viva, is a vibrant and metropolitan piece, beautifully arranged for big band + trio of soloists, hand-picked by Morricone himself; his friend and collaborator Enrico Pieranunzi (piano), Roberto Gatto (drums) and Riccardo Del Fra (double bass) This is one of the very few times in which Ennio Morricone, who was famously suspicious of jazz improvisation, asked his musicians to be free and improvise, adding their solos to the original structure ñ the solo viola of Dino Asciolla, one of the greatest violists of all time, in particular stands out.Restored & remastered from the original tapes, preserved in the historical CAM Sugar archives. Record Store Day special exclusive, limited edition transparent blue vinyl Featuring liner notes by Italian poliziotteschi star Franco Nero & Morriconeís jazz pianist Enrico Pieranunzi. With new original artwork designed by Eric Adrian Lee. One of the very rare chances, and quite possibly the only chance to listen to the genius of Ennio Morricone engaging with the musical world of jazz. This is the first time the soundtrack has been released on vinyl since its original release in 1982



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                Lockdown by LYR, featuring Florence Pugh and Pete Wareham of Melt Yourself Down. The song is set to a poem by poet laureate Simon Armitage, written in response to the coronavirus restrictions. ‘Lockdown’ moves from the outbreak of bubonic plague in Eyam, Derbyshire in the 17th century – when a bale of cloth sent from London inadvertently brought fleas carrying the plague – to the poem Meghadūta by the Sanskrit poet Kālidāsa, which follows the legend in which an exile sends words of reassurance to his wife in the Himalayas via a passing cloud.

                Davy Graham

                The Holly Kaleidoscope

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                  Davy Graham was one of the leading pioneers of the acoustic guitar who invented and developed many techniques for the instrument including chord progressions and open tunings (most famously for DADGAD).He also inspired many leading musicians including Bert Jansch, Martin Carthy, John Martyn, Paul Simon and Jimmy Page.The Holly Kaleidoscope was Graham's final LP for Decca and he was accompanied by his then wife, American singer Holly Gwyn, who sang vocals on a few of the tracks.The fourteen tracks on the LP contains five Graham originals plus a mixture of rearranged popular songs.This RSD 2020 LP reissue comes with additional liner notes and rare photos on the LP inner bag.Pure analogue remastered directly from the original tapes and pressed on "Kaleidoscope/paddled" effect coloured vinyl.First time reissue on LP since the original release in 1970, 50 years ago.

                  Steam Down, Yazmin Lacey, Afronaut Zu

                  Etcetera / I'll Never Stop Loving You

                  For the next 7'' in the Blue Note Re:Imagined series, Steam Down bring to life a new version of Wayne Shorter’s track “Etcetera”. Meanwhile Yasmin Lacey records a new version of Dodo Greene’s track “I’ll Never Stop Loving You”. Modern masterminds interpreting the rich legacy of Blue Note with devastating results! Essential stuff for Giles Peterson devotees and all the young jazz cats out there. Limited copies and pressed on super heavyweight wax - you know what to do! 

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Steam Down - Etcetera (feat Afronaut Zu) (4:42)
                  Yazmin Lacey - I'll Never Stop Loving You (4:56)

                  MJ Cole


                    Madrugada is the Spanish word for those strange, seductive hours before sunrise. A familiar stretch of time for the seasoned raver – and for MJ Cole, an artist who’s spent much of his career exploring those magical moments. Yet despite so many nights in the clubs, some of his most powerful memories of the madrugada hours have nothing to do with dancefloor euphoria.

                    “I've experienced a lot of early mornings, but having been up from the night before,” he says, remembering one special morning on the Severn Bridge, driving home from a solo gig and watching the sun come up. “For me, the early morning is a significant period.” With MJ Cole presents Madrugada, he sets out to capture that special feeling with an album unlike anything he’s done before.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. A Visit To Lolita
                    2. Far Closer
                    3. Cathedral
                    4. Knocking
                    5. Sonoran
                    6. 90 Miles
                    7. Solo Waltzer
                    8. Strings For Jodie
                    9. Reimagination
                    10. Psalm 892
                    11. Dizzy New Heights
                    12. Resolution

                    Elvis Costello And The Imposters

                    Look Now

                      Elvis Costello and The Imposters – Steve Nieve (keyboards), Davey Faragher (bass), Pete Thomas (drums) – have made a sensational new album that ranks alongside the best work this singularly great artist has ever produced.

                      Recorded in Hollywood, New York City and Vancouver, British Columbia, ‘Look Now’ is beautiful in its simplicity, reflective in its lyrical vision, surrounded by melodies and orchestrations that are nothing short of heavenly. It’s the first album Costello has made with The Imposters since the 2008 release of ‘Momofuku’ and his first new album since the acclaimed 2013 Roots collaboration, ‘Wise Up Ghost’.

                      Anyone anywhere in the world who has seen Elvis Costello and The Imposters live can testify to their unmitigated swagger. Costello’s suspicion that it was time to return to the studio was confirmed while on the ‘Imperial Bedroom & Other Chambers’ tour of the USA, last summer and he realized the power and sheer musicality of The Imposters had never really been fully captured on one record.

                      'Windy City’ is Alison Krauss’s first solo studio album since 1999. It is a beautifully created collection of classic songs, from the most awarded female in Grammy history, produced by Nashville veteran Buddy Cannon. ‘Windy City’ spans across different eras and genres with some familiar tracks – including “Gentle On My Mind,” a signature song of Glen Campbell’s, and “You Don’t Know Me” which was a hit for Eddy Arnold and Ray Charles. In 2000, Alison’s feature in the ‘O Brother Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack paved the way for contemporary popular folk music. In 2007, her multi-platinum album ‘Raising Sand’ with Robert Plant became a global smash, selling over 3 million albums.

                      Elvis Costello and The Roots have announced a collaborative album entitled Wise Up Ghost which is exclusively released.

                      The existence of the record was first revealed by ?uestlove as an aside during an interview with Billboard Magazine in January and a small number of test pressings were distributed as white labels on Record Store Day on the 20th of April. Most of the sessions took place in secret at Feliz Habitat Studios in the dead of night, while others were in plain sight at Costello’s Hookery Crookery Studios.

                      Elvis described the record as “the shortest distance between here and there” and containing “both rhythm and what is read”. Ahmir says, “It's a moody, brooding affair, cathartic rhythms and dissonant lullabies. I went stark and dark on the music, Elvis went HAM on some ole Ezra Pound shit.”

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1.Walk Us Uptown
                      2.Sugar Won’t Work
                      3.Refuse To Be Saved
                      5.Stick Out Your Tongue
                      6.Come The Meantimes
                      7.(She Might Be A) Grenade
                      8.Cinco Minutos Con Vos
                      9.Viceroy’s Row
                      10.Wise Up Ghost
                      11.If I Could Believe

                      For Now I Am Winter is Ólafur Arnalds’ third full-length studio album. His earlier albums, soundtracks and EPs, have been released through the Berlin based cult label Erased Tapes.

                      Building and expanding on his previous more minimalist work, Arnalds’ new album is his first to involve a full orchestra (coarranged by Nico Muhly) and a vocalist (Agent Fresco lead singer Arnór Dan) on selected tracks, making it his most broadly appealing work to date.

                      With his previous recordings, extensive touring activities and prominent synch placements of his music he has managed to build up a dedicated fan base in Europe, North America and China.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Sudden Throw - Ólafur Arnalds
                      2. Brim - Ólafur Arnalds
                      3. For Now I Am Winter - Ólafur Arnalds, Arnor Dan
                      4. A Stutter - Ólafur Arnalds, Arnor Dan
                      5. Words Of Amber - Ólafur Arnalds
                      6. Reclaim - Ólafur Arnalds, Arnor Dan
                      7. Hands, Be Still - Ólafur Arnalds
                      8. Only The Winds - Ólafur Arnalds
                      9. Old Skin - Ólafur Arnalds, Arnor Dan
                      10. We (Too) Shall Rest - Ólafur Arnalds
                      11. This Place Was A Shelter - Ólafur Arnalds
                      12. Carry Me Anew - Ólafur Arnalds

                      The Rolling Stones

                      Their Satanic Majesties Request

                        For years dismissed as a self-indulgent cul-de-sac into psychedelic whimsy, "Their Satanic Majesties..." has undergone a 21st century renaissance. Tracks like "2000 Light Years From Home" and "2000 Man" have been namechecked by figures as diverse as Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie, film-maker Wes Anderson and Peter Gabriel (!). Granted it probably doesn't stand up to the band's later albums but neither does it deserve to languish as a druggy slab of indulgence.

                        The Rolling Stones

                        Let It Bleed

                          Quite simply, over a five year period, the Stones wrote the rule book on what a rock'n'roll band should sound / look / act like and one listen to "Let It Bleed" should prove why. Low down and dirty, soulful and repentent, anthemic, raucous, profane, it's all here - 'White voodoo' to quote one Johnny Marr. There's no point trying to describe the tracks any more, just to list them; "Gimme Shelter", "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Monkey Man", and more.



                            Following up an instrumental concept album ("The Snow Goose") Camel returned to a more song based release with their 1976 album "Moonmadness". Producer Rhett Davies gave them a punchier sound and the album was their biggest seller in America thus far. Now remastered with five extra tracks and new sleevenotes.

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