Welcome to this week's Release Round-Up! Michelle Phillips, Victim of Romance: Expanded Edition (Real Gone) (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada) "Mama" Michelle Phillips' 1977 solo album, produced by Jack Nitzsche, returns to CD in a new expanded edition collecting the artist's complete sessions with Nitzsche. It adds three outtakes from the album sessions, including a Bee Gees cover ("Had a Lot of Love Last Night"), Dennis Lambert and Fil Spina's "Practice What You Preach,"
We've told you about some of Real Gone's June releases earlier and now we've got the news of more items on the slate for that month including CD reissues from Cowboy, the Grateful Dead and a vinyl reissue of the Predator soundtrack, all due June 1. Back in 2014, Real Gone reissued the first two albums by the band Cowboy: 1970's Reach For The Sky and 1971's 5'll Getcha Ten. Now, they are completing the group's Capricorn output by releasing their final two album for the label: 1974's Boyer
Intrada is set to make Disney fans p-p-p-pleased with a major soundtrack expansion: Alan Silvestri's stirring score to Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Gary K. Wolf's quirky novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? - the tale of a hard-boiled private detective named Eddie Valiant solving the murder of a comic strip character - was equal parts Raymond Chandler and Chuck Jones, and perfect film fodder. But nobody could have predicted what Who Framed Roger Rabbit would have become: Jeffrey Price and Peter S.
Intrada, La-La Land and Lakeshore Records have some delightful soundtrack titles available or forthcoming right now, including rediscovered musical works for some major blockbusters of the '80s and '90s. Last week, Intrada reissued Pino Donaggio's score to Body Double, Brian De Palma's erotically-charged thriller about a claustrophobic actor mixed up in a nightmarish murder mystery. Craig Wassen and Melanie Griffith star, De Palma co-writes, produces and directs; and Donaggio marks his fourth
While we are now in the height of the summer heat, Real Gone is looking ahead to the fall. The label has announced the first part of its release slate for September of this year and it is another eclectic mix of titles. First up is a title from the artist most people consider to be the greatest rock-instrumentalist of all time: Duane Eddy. Guitar Star: The Complete RCA Singles A's and B's collects all 22 single sides Eddy recorded for RCA Victor in the early to mid-1960s on CD, and is due
"Wait a minute, wait a minute. Doc, ah...are you telling me that you built a time machine...out of a DeLorean?" With those words, audiences were in for the ride of a lifetime with Back to the Future, 1985's hit sci-fi comedy about a teenager who accidentally ends up 30 years in the past and has to ensure his existence by setting up his parents before making it back to his present day. With a winning cast that included Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd as the dynamic duo of young Marty McFly