Rhino is celebrating a half century of ZZ Top with a new, multi-format compilation due this summer. Goin' 50 collects 18 of the Texas trio's biggest and baddest hits, from their breakthrough in the '70s to their most recent studio release, 2012's La Futura. That disc will be available to buy, stream or download on June 14 - and on August 16, as the group embarks on a 50th anniversary tour, a Lone Star State-sized 3CD or 5LP edition of Goin' 50 will be released. That set offers tracks from
Rhino's popular "Start Your Ear Off Right" vinyl reissue campaign is returning to local independent record stores and Barnes & Noble locations beginning next Tuesday, January 8, and continuing through Tuesday, January 29, with a new batch of limited (and often colorful) vinyl reissues arriving each week. Each group features an eclectic line-up drawn from the Rhino archives. January 8 will see compilations from Aretha Franklin, Alice Cooper, and The Monkees, as well as a 1978 post-punk
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,"
Rhino's "Start Your Ear Off Right" campaign is back for 2018, and this year's crop of titles is a happily eclectic one ranging from classic R&B to rock, metal, hip-hop, and beyond. These limited edition vinyl reissues will be released every Tuesday beginning tomorrow, January 9, and continuing through the 23rd. We can't think of a better way to start our year off right than visiting a local record store, and Rhino agrees - so all of these titles will be exclusively available at
Two blues-rock groups from very different sets of the world are being anthologized on vinyl this summer, with UMe planning an LP box for Humble Pie and Rhino readying a collection of ZZ Top's early work. Hailing from Essex, England, Humble Pie were one of rock's first true supergroups, bringing together members of The Small Faces (lead vocalist Steve Marriott), The Herd (lead guitarist Peter Frampton) and Spooky Tooth (bassist Greg Ridley), with a preternaturally talented 17-year-old drummer,