David Ackles’ self-titled 1968 debut is being re-issued by International Feel Records.
The album has been out of print for a decade. This will be its first re-release on vinyl since the 1970′s while the CD features five bonus tracks and liner notes.
Amazon.com are carrying a release date of December 10.
The Road to Cairo
When Love Is Gone
Sonny Come Home
What A Happy Day
His Name Is Andrew
Be My Friend
CD-Only Bonus Tracks:
Old Shoes (Previously Unreleased)
Jack White's Third Man Records have announced plans to reissue singles by Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and DA Hunt as part of a partnership it has with Sun Records.
As Uncut previously reported, Third Man have already reissued three Sun 7"s - Johnny Cash's "Get Rhythm", Rufus Thomas' "Bear Cat" and The Prisonaires' "Just Walking In The Rain" on May 21.
The Black Keys are set to headline the The Heineken Open'er Festival 2014.
The duo are the first band to be announced for the yearly event, which takes place in Gdynia, Poland. Next year's festival will take place from July 2-5, 2014. Tickets are already on sale at Opener.pl/en and more artists will be announced over the coming months. The Black Keys will be headlining the opening day of the festival, July 2.
Primal Scream are touring the UK next week, beginning their trip at Manchester’s Apollo (December 10) – a fitting time, then, to revisit this piece from Uncut’s June 2006 issue (Take 109), in which frontman Bobby Gillespie answers questions from fans and famous admirers, discusses E, regrets, rock’n’roll and The Jesus And Mary Chain. Interview: Nick Hasted
OK, I’ve managed to remember 143 albums that came out this year and that I liked. As in previous years, I didn’t see much point in hacking my list down to a Top 100, or Top 50, or whatever. While it’d be a stretch to claim every one is an imperishable classic, I do feel broadly confident recommending them all.
Morrissey is to release a new edition of his third solo album, Your Arsenal.
Originally released in 1992, Your Arsenal was produced by Mick Ronson.
The Definitive Master will be released on February 24 via Parlophone Records.
It will be available on CD, vinyl and digital download, with the CD edition accompanied by a bonus DVD of previously unreleased live concert from 1991.
A new video for David Bowie's 'I'd Rather Be High (Venetian Mix)' has been unveiled. Scroll down to watch the video.
"I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix)" appears on the recently released deluxe edition of The Next Day Extra and also appears on Bowie Louis Vuitton advert. The video uses found footage from World War 1, including scenes of soldiers dancing while wearing gas masks, with close up shots of Bowie's distorted face.
Rod Stewart has said that he will likely play with the Faces in 2015.
Speaking to WZLX radio station in Boston, via The Guardian, Stewart said that plans to record an album with Jeff Beck had fallen through, but that he and Ronnie Wood were planning a Faces reunion for the year after next. He commented: "I think we have got much more of a chance of getting the Faces back together, in fact, Ronnie's office is talking to my people, and we're ear-marking 2015."
Robby Krieger and John Densmore have been filmed together for the first time in 10 years.
In footage below, Krieger and Densmore reminisce about the impact Ray Manzarek had on the band and their early rehearsals with Jim Morrison.
This conversation was filmed not long after Manzarek's death on May 20 this year and features on an updated version of the Doors app in a section called Ray 'Manzarek Remembered'.