The Weekend Stream: September 30, 2023

By Mike Duquette | September 30, 2023 | 2 Comments

Welcome to The Weekend Stream, a relaxing review of notable digital-only catalogue titles. There may be no CD or vinyl, but there's plenty of great new/old music to float you into the weekend. From classic rocker comebacks to '90s nostalgia and more - we've got the goods to set you up for these days off. […]

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Say Yes: Prog Band's Rare Single Edits Collected on Rhino's "Yessingles"

By Joe Marchese | September 29, 2023 | 6 Comments

Think of Yes, and chances are you're not thinking of three-minute compact pop nuggets.  The progressive heroes and FM rock mainstays did court the AM (and later, FM pop) radio market, though, from their early days through the crossover hit "Owner of a Lonely Heart" and beyond.  On October 6, Rhino will round up a […]

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Release Round-Up: Week of September 29

By The Second Disc | September 29, 2023 | 2 Comments

Welcome to this week's Release Round-Up, featuring a selection of the new titles available today! The Spinners, Ain't No Price on Happiness: The Thom Bell Studio Recordings (1972-1979) (SoulMusic/Cherry Red) (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada) Earlier this year, Second Disc Records and Real Gone Music celebrated the extraordinary legacy of The Spinners with the release of The Complete […]

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What's Simple is True: Jewel's 'Spirit' Set for 25th Anniversary Expansion

By Mike Duquette | September 28, 2023 | 1 Comment

Following a generous expansion of debut album Pieces of You, Craft Recordings will offer an expansion of folk-pop singer Jewel's sophomore album Spirit. The 25th anniversary edition, available November 17, features the original album - including the Top 10 hit "Hands" - plus a raft of bonus material appended to the first disc and spilling over into […]

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Fit for a Queen: Tina Turner's Singles Feature on New Deluxe Compilation

By Mike Duquette | September 28, 2023 | 4 Comments

Even before but especially after her explosive pop comeback in the 1980s, Tina Turner more than earned the mantle of Queen of Rock 'n' Roll. This fall, a new career-spanning compilation from Rhino will reaffirm that title, with 55 of her singles (and a few rarities) on one album. Queen of Rock 'n' Roll, due […]

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