Includes REM, Dexys, Bowie, Courtney Barnett and Van Morrison
This year’s Record Store Day takes place on Saturday April 13.
You can now peruse the full list of official RSD 2019 releases here.
The first ever official release of REM’s famous 1991 shows at London’s Borderline under the name Bingo Hand Job.
A brand new Courtney Barnett 12″ single, “Everybody Here Hates You” featuring original artwork by Barnett herself.
David Bowie’s “Revolutionary Song” 7″, a rare track recorded with The Rebels for the soundtrack of 1979’s Just A Gigolo and never previously released as a single outside of Japan, backed with Marlene Dietrich’s take on the title song.
Dexys Midnight Runners At The BBC 1982 – first ever vinyl release for the BBC recording of this legendary Newcastle show, plus session tracks.
A 7″ single of Erykah Badu’s version of Squeeze’s Tempted, featuring Thundercat and James Poyser of The Roots.
Fela Kuti and Roy Ayers’s 1980 collaboration Music Of Many Colours on limited edition rainbow starburst vinyl.
Live At Wooodstock albums from Janis Joplin and Sly & The Family Stone.
The mono vinyl remaster of Pink Floyd’s A Saucerful Of Secrets.
A first vinyl release for Tim Buckley’s Honeyman, a performance recorded for New York’s WLIR radio station on November 27, 1973, right after the release of Sefronia.
Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks Alternative: a 12″ mini-album featuring four bonus tracks from Morrison’s landmark album: “Beside You (Take 1),” “Madame George (Take 4),” “Ballerina (Long Version),” and “Slim Slow Rider (Long Version)”. “There is a possibility of one or two additional previously-unreleased bonus tracks,” says the press release…
The April 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with John Lennon on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Keith Richards, Anne Briggs, Edwyn Collins, Lou Reed, Humble Pie, Robert Forster, Jenny Lewis, James Brown and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Pond, Ex Hex, Hand Habits, Lambchop, Stephen Malkmus, Kel Assouf and Patty Griffin.
Uncut: the past, present and future of great music.