Uncle Tupelo, No Depression: Legacy Edition (Legacy)
After at least two teasers in the form of Record Store Day releases, one of the most beloved alt-country albums is greatly expanded as a double-disc set with a host of rare and unreleased demos. (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.)
Tony Bennett, The Classics (RPM/Columbia/Legacy)
One of the most beloved singers of the 20th century is the subject of a new career-spanning compilation, available in single and double-disc iterations.
Frank Sinatra, Sinatra, with Love (Capitol/UMe)
The first in a new Sinatra series (now distributed by Universal) explores the Chairman’s romantic side, with an unreleased alternate take on “My Foolish Heart” from Sinatra’s last studio session for Reprise. (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.)
The Gaslight Anthem, The B-Sides (SideOneDummy)
The New Jersey rockers compile their rarer tracks on a new single-disc compilation.
Dionne Warwick, Presenting Dionne Warwick/Anyone Who Had a Heart/Make Way for Dionne Warwick/The Sensitive Sound of Dionne Warwick; Here I Am/Live in Paris/Here Where There is Love/On Stage and In the Movies; The Windows of the World/Dionne Warwick in Valley of the Dolls/Promises, Promises/Soulful…Plus; I’ll Never Fall in Love Again/Very Dionne/Dionne/Just Being Myself (Edsel)
Sixteen Dionne Warwick albums (plus some bonus tracks) combined on four new sets from Edsel.
The latest from BBR includes two semi-obscure Kool & The Gang LPs (released between their biggest hit periods of the early-mid ’70s and early-mid ’80s) and a funky classic from Leon Haywood.
Hazell Dean, The Sound of Bacharach and David (Cherry Pop)
The debut LP from the Oscar-winning singer/songwriter (otherwise known as The Leprechauns Are Upon Me). Features new sleeve notes by Bob Stanley, author of the recent Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop. (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.)
Privates on Parade: Original London Cast Recording (Stage Door Records)