Jellyfish, Live at Bogart’s (Omnivore)
A fine 1991 gig from the criminally underrated power pop band, captured on CD and three sides of vinyl.
Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits (Audio Fidelity)
The Bard’s first compilation gets the 24K gold disc treatment.
Elton John, Classic Album Selection (Universal U.K.)
Elton fans have a neat little budget compilation of studio albums to look forward to (from 1970’s self-titled album to 1973’s Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the Piano Player).
Small Faces, Odgens’ Nut Gone Flake: Deluxe Edition (Snapper Music)
A triple-disc expansion of the seminal 1968 album, featuring mono and stereo mixes as well as an assortment of treasures from the vault.
Raydio’s last two albums, and the “Ghostbusters” hitmaker’s first two solo efforts (including the excellent, undeservedly-forgotten hit “The Other Woman”), newly remastered and expanded.
The Searchers, Hearts in Their Eyes: Celebrating 50 Years of Harmony and Jangle (Sanctuary/Universal)
From Liverpool’s other ’60s hitmakers, a four-disc set of hits and rarities.
Jimmy Somerville’s one album with the Bronski Beat and subsequent two with his own group the Communards get the double-disc expansion treatment in the U.K. from Demon Music Group.
George McCrae, Rock Your Baby: Expanded Edition (Big Break Records)
A disco classic gets the usual expanded treatment from BBR.