David Bowie, Bob Dylan and Patti Smith are among the artists featured in Record Store Day 2016.
A trio of Bowie releases include a picture disc of the 1970 album The Man Who Sold The World, featuring rare artwork from the German release, a picture-disc seven-inch of “TVC15” – with the single edit on the A side backed with Harry Maslen’s mix of “Wild Is The Wind” – and a 12-inch EP, “I Dig Everything“, compiling six tracks Bowie recorded and released as three different singles for Pye in 1966.
Bob Dylan previews his new album, Fallen Angels, with a 7″ EP, Melancholy Mood.
The red vinyl limited edition 7” vinyl was originally created for Dylan’s recent Japanese tour. It includes the tracks “Melancholy Mood”, “All Or Nothing At All“, “Come Rain Or Come Shine” and “That Old Black Magic“.
Patti Smith releases Horses Live Electric Lady Studios – the debut recording from Electric Lady Records, an ongoing series of curated and limited edition vinyl releases. This album contains a full live performance of Smith’s debut album recorded in August 2015.
Elsewhere, Big Star’s 1993 reunion show, Complete Columbia: Live at Missouri University 4/25/93, will be released on double vinyl; Fleetwood Mac release an alternative version of their double album Tusk and the Flaming Lips will release an alternate mix of their 1995 album Cloud Tastes Metallic.
The April 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on the making of Bruce Springsteen’s album The River, Jeff Buckley, Free’s Paul Kossoff, Jeff Lynne, Tame Impala, Underworld, White Denim, Eddie Kramer, Chris Isaak, Miles Davis – The Movie and more plus 40 pages of reviews and our free 15-track CD
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