The Weekend Stream: February 24, 2024

By Mike Duquette | February 24, 2024 | 1 Comment

Welcome to another edition of The Weekend Stream, The Second Disc's review of notable catalogue titles making digital debuts. A lot of exciting stuff this week: a celebration of a classic '90s pop album, the first in a series of digital archive titles for a British art rock duo, and the streaming debut of one […]

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On The Road: Real Gone's Record Store Day Slate Includes John Hartford, Bottle Rockets, Roches, Duncan Sheik, Joe Pesci, More

By Randy Fairman | February 23, 2024 | 2 Comments

Continuing our look at this year's Record Store Day releases, here is what Real Gone has coming on April 20. Among these eight releases you'll find a variety of genres from pop to rock to bluegrass to alt=country to grunge.  All descriptions are taken directly from the label.  If you are interested in any of […]

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Release Round-Up: Week of February 23

By The Second Disc | February 23, 2024 | 1 Comment

Welcome to this week's Release Round-Up, featuring a selection of the new titles available today!  As an Amazon affiliate, we earn from qualifying purchases. Davy Jones, The Bell Records Story (7a) CD: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada LP: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada 7a Records reissues and expands the late Davy Jones' second solo LP, 1971's Davy Jones as part […]

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Too Late the Hero: Edsel Collects John Entwistle's Solo Work in 'The Ox Box Set'

By Mike Duquette | February 22, 2024 | 1 Comment

John Entwistle's solo material - between and after his time as founding bassist of The Who - will be compiled into a new box set from Edsel. The Ox, due May 10, collects six of his solo albums - Smash Your Head Against the Wall (1971), Whistle Rymes (1972), Rigor Mortis Sets In (1973), Mad Dog (1975), Too Late the Hero […]

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Great Design: The Call Reissue Early Albums, Plan 'Lost Tapes' and Unreleased Live Sets

By Mike Duquette | February 22, 2024 | 1 Comment

A bit of quick maneuvering through this story will get you access to some classic and unheard material from one of the more underrated bands of the '80s: The Call. Famously championed by Peter Gabriel as "the future of American music" (and featured with Simple Minds' Jim Kerr on the single "Everywhere I Go"), The […]

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