Joe's review of all three of these new country/rock singles anthologies from Omnivore speaks for each of them pretty well!
Borderline, Sweet Dreams and Quiet Desires/The Second Album / Sam Dees, The Show Must Go On / Kenny O’Dell, Beautiful People / Pozo Seco, Shades of Time / Sam Samudio, Hard and Heavy / Billy Joe Shaver, The Complete Columbia Recordings /Rick Wakeman, No Earthly Connection (Real Gone Music)
The latest from Real Gone (some of which is on tap in the preceding link), including a solo LP from Sam The Sham, all of Billy Joe Shaver's Columbia work and a solo disc from Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman.
Two new entries in Rhino's "Original Album Series" sets, budget boxes packaging five albums by the same artist together, with a minimum of frills. R.E.M.'s set includes their final five albums, all recorded as a trio after drummer Bill Berry retired (Up (1998), Reveal (2001), Around the Sun (2004), Accelerate (2008) and Collapse Into Now (2011)), while Yes' box includes their final works for Atlantic/Atco (Going for the One (1977), Tormato (1978), Drama (1980), 90125 (1983) and Big Generator (1987)).
Already available in the U.K., this domestic new release features the iconic singer-songwriter's first ten albums in one box. Nothing new in the way of packaging or remastering, just a quick way to snag 'em all at once. (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.)
Pat Boone, I'll See You in My Dreams/This and That / Jane Morgan, What Now My Love/At the Cocoanut Grove / Tony Mottola, Roman Guitar 2/Spanish Guitar / Original Soundtrack Recordings, The Road to Hong Kong/Say One for Me (Sepia)
Some special two-for-one albums, many with bonus tracks, making their CD debuts from this British reissue label.