Milk and Alcohol (New Recipe): Rhino Reissues Dr. Feelgood’s “Singles” On Vinyl

By Joe Marchese | May 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

Dr. Feelgood made their album debut early in 1975 with Down by the Jetty on the United Artists label. International audiences – not to mention artists including Paul Weller, Richard Hell, Blondie, and Ramones – took notice of the U.K. pub-rockers and lead guitarist Wilko Johnson.  The band remained on UA through 1980’s A Case […]

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The Weekend Stream: May 15, 2021

By The Second Disc | May 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

While The Second Disc prides itself on connecting people to reissues and box sets they can keep on their shelves, it’s no secret that listening audiences are also digital – catalogue music lovers, too – and our passion is connecting people to music from the past that they might adore. So we’ve introduced a new […]

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Lookin’ Back: Capitol, UMe Reissue, Remaster Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band’s “Live Bullet”

By Joe Marchese | May 14, 2021 | 9 Comments

Bob Seger catapulted to national stardom in October 1976 with the multi-platinum LP Night Moves, after a string of regional hits in the Detroit area and throughout the Midwest.  Just before that commercial breakthrough, Seger and his Silver Bullet Band were captured in their live prime at Detroit’s Cobo Hall for the 2-LP set Live Bullet. Now, […]

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Release Round-Up: Week of May 14

By The Second Disc | May 14, 2021 | 1 Comment

Welcome to this week’s Release Round-Up! Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Déjà Vu: Deluxe Edition (Atlantic/Rhino) 4CD/1LP: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada 5LP: / Rhino revisits Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s landmark 1970 release as a deluxe 4CD/1LP set featuring a remastered version of the original album plus 28 previously unreleased demos, outtakes, and alternate takes.  It’s all […]

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Rhythm of the New-Born Day: Cherry Red Revisits, Expands Al Stewart’s “Year of the Cat”

By Joe Marchese | May 13, 2021 | 4 Comments

Surely one of the most unlikely hits of 1976-77 was Al Stewart’s “Year of the Cat.”  An atmospheric tale of romance in a faraway place with Casablanca name-checks of Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre, the song propelled the British singer-songwriter to the top of the pops: No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 (and even […]

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