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Seventeen distinguished artists come together in tribute to one of the most influential musicians behind soul and political conscious African-American music. Pressed on light blue and grey mixed vinyl. 

SIDE A
1.   "Choice of Colors" – Gladys Knight
2.   "It's All Right!" – Steve Winwood
3.   "Let's Do It Again" – Repercussions and Curtis Mayfield
4.   "Billy Jack" – Lenny Kravitz
5.   "Look Into Your Heart" – Whitney Houston 
6.   "Gypsy Woman" – Bruce Springsteen
7.   "You Must Believe Me" – Eric Clapton 
8.   "I'm So Proud" – The Isley Brothers
9.   "Fool for You" – Branford Marsalis and The Impressions 
SIDE B
1. "Keep On Pushin'" – Tevin Campbell 
2. "The Makings of You" – Aretha Franklin 
3. "Woman's Got Soul" – B.B. King 
4. "People Get Ready" – Rod Stewart 
5. "(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below, We're All Going to Go" – Narada Michael Walden
6. "I've Been Trying" – Phil Collins 
7. "I'm the One Who Loves You" – Stevie Wonder 
8. "Amen" – Elton John and Sounds of Blackness 

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Cannily blending composer David Holmes' electronica jazz-funk with old-school orchestral artists like Percy Faith, Arthur Lyman, and Quincy Jones--not to mention a vintage Vegas shot of Elvis--the soundtrack to the 2001 thriller Ocean’s Eleven is like the overstuffed olive in Steven Soderbergh's cinematic cocktail. For its vinyl debut on its 20th anniversary, Real Gone Music is spinning this platter the only way it could be spun: on cornetto, red and black "roulette wheel" vinyl limited to 2500 copies worldwide. Comes inside a jacket and printed inner sleeve sporting production stills. RSD shoppers, place your bets!

SIDE ONE
1. Percy Faith & His Orchestra: Theme for Young Lovers
2. David Holmes: Boobytrapping
3. Handsome Boy Modeling School featuring Trugoy (De La Soul) and Del (Del Tha Funkee Homosapien): The Projects (P Jays)
4. David Holmes: The Plans
5. Perry Como: Papa Loves Mambo
6. David Holmes: Ruben's In
7. David Holmes: Lymen Zerga
8. Arthur Lyman: Caravan
9. David Holmes: Gritty Shaker
10. David Holmes: Planting the Seed
11. David Holmes: Pickpockets

SIDE TWO
1. Elvis Presley: A Little Less Conversation
2. Percy Faith & His Orchestra: Dream Dream Dream
3. David Holmes: Stealing the Pinch
4. Quincy Jones: Blues in the Night
5. David Holmes: Tess
6. David Holmes: Hookers
7. David Holmes: $160 Million Chinese Man
8. David Holmes: 69 Police
9. The Philadelphia Orchestra: Clair De Lune (From "Suite Bergamasque")
10. Percy Faith & His Orchestra: Theme for Young Lovers

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As part of Light in the Attic's on-going Roky Erickson series, the label will be celebrating the late singer's undeniable genius with May The Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute To Roky Erickson, the first-ever posthumous tribute to the psychedelic rock luminary and pioneer. Produced by Bill Bentley, the 12-track set features artists ranging the whole world of modern music, showing their deep love for Roky's one-of-a-kind artistry, including Lucinda Williams, Billy F Gibbons, The Black Angels, Margo Price, Mosshart Sexton (Alison Mosshart & Charlie Sexton), Neko Case, Mark Lanegan & Lynn Castle, Jeff Tweedy, Gary Clark Jr & Eve Monsees, Ty Segall, Chelsea Wolfe, and Brogan Bentley. This special RSD LP edition will be pressed on special color wax (clear with purple hi-melt) and includes a limited-edition flexi disc featuring an unreleased track, titled “Love Hieroglyphics,” performed by Roky circa the early ’70s. 

 

Side One
Billy F Gibbons -- (I've Got) Levitation
Mosshart Sexton -- Starry Eyes
Jeff Tweedy -- For You (I'd Do Anything)
Lynn Castle & Mark Lanegan -- Clear Night For Love
The Black Angels -- Don't Fall Down
Neko Case -- Be And Bring Me Home 

Side Two
Margo Price -- Red Temple Prayer (Two-Headed Dog)
Gary Clark, Jr. & Eve Monsees -- Roller Coaster
Ty Segall -- Night Of The Vampire
Lucinda Williams -- You're Gonna Miss Me
Chelsea Wolfe -- If You Have Ghosts
Brogan Bentley -- May The Circle Remain Unbroken Bonus 

RSD-Only Flexi Disc:

Roky Erickson -- Love Hieroglyphics



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July Exclusive

This low-priced vinyl compilation series is in partnership with Vans, and acts as a fundraiser supporting Black-owned record stores in the USA. It features major Black artists, as well as a previously unreleased Roberta Flack recording of Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On." Cover art by Aamba Chavis.  Vol. 1 will be released as part of RSD Drops #1 on June 12.


Run The Jewels "walking in the snow (Holy Calamavote Live Version)",  Tank And The Bangas "To Be Real", Summer Walker "Girls Need Love”, Curtis Mayfield "Power To The People", Nubya Garcia "Stand With Each Other", Pop Smoke "Got It On Me", Keb' Mo' "Oklahoma", Otis Redding "Pain In My Heart", Cautious Clay "French Riviera", 6LACK "PRBLMS"

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Various Artists

Funk 70 [RSD Drops 2021]

5 x 7" Vinyl: $ UNAVAILABLE

July Limited Run

Soul Jazz Records' Funk 70 collectors 7” Box Set comprised of five fantastic, rare ‘70s funk singles reproduced here in exact replica bespoke label artwork and all digitally re-mastered. Seriously rare, killer and classic funk tunes brought together here in this unique one-off pressing for RSD Drops 2021.

Record 1
A: The Winstons – Amen Brother
B: The Winstons – Color Him Father
Record 2
A: Jackie Harris & The Exciters – Get Funk Sweet A Little Bit
B: Jackie Harris & The Exciters – Do It, Do It
Record 3
A: Ernie and the Top Notes – Dap Walk
B: Ernie and the Top Notes – Things Are Better
Record 4
A: The New Establishment – Slums Of the City
B: The New Establishment – Ridin’ High
Record 5
A: Funk Brother – Power Funk
B: Funk Brother – Power Funk Pt/2

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July Limited Run

Kiss My Ass Goodbye is a left-of-center John Prine tribute album benefitting Nashville’s downtown homeless shelter, the Nashville Rescue Mission. The 20 song compilation features some of Prine’s best-known songs, and a surprising number of deep cuts performed by an eclectic group of artists. Included are Nashville A-listers associated with Prine, such as songwriter/guitarist/producer Will Kimbrough (Emmylou Harris/Rodney Crowell/Todd Snider), as well as underground rock ‘n’ roll heroes like T. Hardy Morris (Diamond Rugs) of Athens, Ga. In the case of nascent Nashville indie act Heaven Honey — recently named the Nashville Scene’s “Best New Band” — you have both, in a dreamy collaboration with legendary drummer Bryan Owings (John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Tony Joe White).

John Prine tributes have been common in the music world since well before the legendary songwriter passed away April 7, 2020, but Kiss My Ass Goodbye cuts a new path through Prine’s famous catalogue. You haven’t heard anything like the way homegrown Music City honky-tonker Mick Mullin sets the record straight with his reverent rewrite of the David Allan Coe classic “You Never Even Call Me By My Name” — which diehard Prine fans know was an uncredited Prine co-write with Steve Goodman. This Prine tribute may also be the first to feature a song that Prine himself covered, with a Blaze Foley classic performed by Nashville’s Justin and The Cosmics’ — the storied rock ‘n’ roll outfit of Deer Tick/Middle Brother producer Justin Collins. And it is most certainly the first to offer a hip-hop take on a Prine song, performed by Chicago-based Ifjams.

Portland-based Groove Family Records and Nashville’s Devil’s Tower Records have teamed up to release Kiss My Ass Goodbye, which also features original album art by sought-after Athens, Ga. visual artist Eli Saragoussi. Kindercore Vinyl is also a sponsor of this very special project. All proceeds from vinyl and digital sales will benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission, a charity chosen by the Prine family.

This double album on randomly colored vinyl stands to raise over $10,000 to help the homeless in Nashville.


SIDE A
1. Family Worship Center - ''There She Goes''
2. Jeff Mix and The Songhearts - ''Speed of the Sound of Loneliness''
3. Heaven Honey - ''Down by the Side of the Road''
4. Seth Martin and The Dish Boys - ''Quiet Man''
5. The Coal Men - ''Daddy’s Little Pumpkin''

SIDE B
1. Chris Crofton - ''Lake Marie''
2. Chandelle - ''Lonesome Friends of Science''
3. Justin and The Cosmics - ''Clay Pigeons''
4. Treasure Mammal - ''I Remember Everything''
5. Hamilton Boyce - ''That’s the Way the World Goes Round''

SIDE C
1. Mick Mullin - ''You Never Even Call Me By My Name''
2. Krista Shows - ''Christmas in Prison''
3. T. Hardy Morris - ''Sour Grapes''
4. Garrison Starr and Will Kimbrough - ''If You Don’t Want My Love''
5. IFJAMS - ''Glory of True Love''

SIDE D
1. The Smoking Flowers - ''Your Flag Decal Won’t Get You Into Heaven Anymore''
2. Dude City - ''Angel From Montgomery''
3. Mike Giacolino ft. Junior Tutwiler - ''Everybody''
4. Paul Nelson - ''He Forgot That It Was Sunday''
5. Local Opener - ''Pretty Good''

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July Limited Run

Crooked Beat Records are proud to present Songs from The Astral Plane, Vol 1: A Tribute to Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, a tribute to one of the greatest alternative artists of all time. This compilation features covers from Washington, DC-based indie bands Daly Combat, El Quatro, and The Convairs (featuring members of Soccer Team and the Andalusians), Baltimore reggae rockers The Scotch Bonnets, Georgia punk icons The Violets, San Diego band Tall Ships, Wonderlick (a side project of ‘90s icons Too Much Joy), and the first recorded song by legendary North Carolina band Finger in more than 25 years!

Side A:
1. The Violets- Roadrunner
2. Finger- She Cracked
3. El Quatro- Old World
4. Wonderlick- Vincent Van Gogh

Side B:
1. Scotch Bonnets- Give Paris One More Chance
2. Daly Combat-That Summer Feeling
3. Tall Ships- Government Center
4. Convairs- Girlfriend

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July Limited Run

Studio One is the most important label in Reggae music, described by Chris Blackwell as “the University of Reggae”. This collector’s 7” box set features legendary artists in Jamaican music: Bob Marley and The Wailers, Toots and The Maytals, Lee Perry, Derrick Morgan, The Skatalites and more, all of whom established their careers with Studio One. Studio One's ska music is unparalleled in its quality and this box set features classic and super-rare tracks from the mighty vaults of its founder Clement 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd. One-off pressing for RSD Drops.

RECORD 1
A: Bob Marley and The Wailers – Rude Boy
AA: Derrick Morgan – It’s Alright

RECORD 2
A: Don Drummond – Don D Special
AA: The Maytals – A Man Who Knows

RECORD 3
A: The Skatalites – Something Special
AA: Lee Perry – Open Up (aka Cook Book)

RECORD 4
A: The Regals – Shammy Back
AA: Bob Marley and The Wailers – Diamond Baby

RECORD 5
A: Jackie Opel – The Mill Man
AA: Ethiopians – I Am Free

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Soul Jazz Records are releasing this 20th anniversary edition of their classic, Studio One Soul, on unique RSD Drops exclusive yellow vinyl (with download code).

Owned and founded by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, Studio One's output serves as a comprehensive guide to the history of Reggae music. Studio One Soul tracks the link between American Funk and Soul and Jamaican Reggae at the legendary Studio One Records. Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, The Temptations, King Floyd, Booker T and The MGs - all these artists had a huge influence on Jamaican artists and this album contains versions of songs by all of them. Featuring classic and rare Reggae Funk & Soul cuts from the Reggae giants alongside rarer cuts, this collection spans over 20 years of classic Reggae from the Rocksteady Funk through to the deep Roots music.


Side One
1. Leroy Sibbles – Express Yourself
2. Norma Fraser – Respect
3. Leroy Sibbles – Groove Me
4. Sound Dimension – Time Is Tight
5. The Heptones – Message From A Black Man

Side Two
1. Otis Gayle – I'll Be Around
2. Jerry Jones – Still Water
3. Sound Dimension – Soulful Strut
4. Richard Ace – Can't Get Enough
5. The Chosen Few – Don't Break Your Promise

Side Three
1. The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrels
2. Norma Fraser – The First Cut Is The Deepest
3. Ken Parker – How Strong
4. Ken Boothe – Set Me Free

Side Four
1. Senior Soul – Is It Because I'm Black
2. Jackie Mittoo – Deeper & Deeper
3. Alton Ellis – I Don't Want To Be Right
4. Willie Williams – No One Can Stop Us

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July RSD First

Behind The Dykes 2 - More Beat, Blues And Psychedelic Nuggets From The Lowlands 1966 - 1971 is the follow-up to the hugely successful first edition, released for RSD Drops 2020. It was picked up and released by many RSD territories, resulting in social media posts from Amsterdam and London to Nashville, Canada, Massachusetts, Sweden, Ohio, Boston, Illinois, Bratislava, Los Angeles, Portugal, Australia and many more, all using the hashtag #behindthedykes. Besides that, the album was No.1 in the Dutch compilation chart the week after its release, making it the best selling RSD release of Drop 2. And that same week it entered the US Billboard compilation chart at #5, after being tipped by Rolling Stone magazine as one of their favorite RSD 2020 releases to look out for. So more than enough reasons for a second volume, to be released on RSD 2021. The concept is the same: Much sought-after Dutch beat and psych rarities on a colored vinyl double LP, with amazing artwork, track-by-track liner notes and band photos. All songs on Volume 2 have been newly transferred and remastered from the original master tapes, some in their original mono versions, including two newly unearthed, previously unreleased gems. 

Side A
1. The Mods – Moef Ga Ga
2. The Zipps – Kicks And Chicks (*)
3. Ro-d-ys – You Better Take Care Of Yourself
4. The Skope – Be Mine Again
5. Q’65 – The Life (*)
6. The Sound Magics – Don’t You Remember (*)
7. The Sharons – I Can’t Leave
8. Hu & The Hilltops – Cry Me A River (*)
9. The Shane – Lady Bountyful (*)
10. The Coopers – Didn’t I

Side B
1. Attention! – I Must Go On Without You
2. The Teckels – Mabel (*)
3. Groep 1850 – I Want More
4. Crash - Last Week
5. Mike Tingley – A Real Fine Time
6. The Torerors – Come
7. Zen – Please Accept My Invitation
8. Test – I Walk Through The Gates
9. Schlagergezelschap De Hyacinth – We Were As Happy As My Uncle Ray
10. The Dream – Can I Ask You One More Question (*)

Side C
1. Brainbox – Down Man
2. The Human Orchestra – The Silly One
3. The First Move – Gingerbread Man
4. Opus – Baby, Come On
5. The Playboys – Snoopy
6. Cuby + Blizzards – Appleknockers Flophouse
7. Moby Dick – Clear Days
8. Blue Planet – I’m Going Man, I’m Going

Side D
1. Pugh’s Place – Nothing Is Real Here
2. Sense Of Humor – Secret Thought
3. Turquoise – The Daughter Of Johnny Ray
4. World – World, World, Carry On
5. Aros – Indian Girl
6. Pineapple – The Letter
7. Rainman – Money Means Nothing At All
8. Panda – Stranger
9. Cosmic Dealer – Head In The Clouds
(*) denotes Mono tracks

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July RSD First

In the span of just five years, we’ve released ten editions of the Brown Acid series, all of them packed with brilliant long-lost, rare, and unreleased hard rock, heavy psych, and proto-metal tracks from the ‘60s-‘70s. With so much essential material to choose from, if you’re on a limited budget or you don’t know where to start, this record is for you! We’ve collected ten powerful tracks, one from each edition, here to provide your first dose. We know you’ll be back for more.

With each Trip, we unearth even more incredible bangers that somehow eluded popularity in their day For every classic rock mainstay like Black Sabbath and Grand Funk Railroad, there are hundreds of great bands who, for a variety of reasons, were previously lost to the sands of time. Brown Acid seeks to rectify that, with all tracks painstakingly licensed legitimately and ensuring that the original artists are paid. As the series editions grow higher into the double digits, here’s a quick lysergic drop to get you up to speed.

Zekes, led by the songwriting duo of brothers Lenny & Kenny Gayle, opens the collection with the slithering buzzsaw guitars and hard-rock howl of "Box", a monster that gives Blue Cheer a run for their leaden blues. The 1970 track is originally the B-side to the band’s “Leaving You” 45 rpm single on the Beverly Hills label.

The squealing guitar harmonies and Sabbath plod of Ash's "Midnight Wish” are a psychedelic prog-fest from 1971 by this Australian quartet, one of few bands with the foresight to have made a music video way back then. The Factory’s “Time Machine” serves ample Rod Serling sci-fi paranoia alongside an insistent guitar riff, reverb soaked drums and one of the most psychotic sounding vibrato vocal lines this side of The Trashmen’s “Surfin’ Bird.”

Daingerfield, Texas group Kanaan’s 1969 fuzz-drenched ripper “Leave It” is a rousing anthem of boogie rock groove and wailing vocals. You may be familiar with George Brigman's psychedelic punk masterpiece Jungle Rot, but you don't know Split until you've heard the charmingly disjointed bedroom-fi production of "Blowin' Smoke.”

Truth & Janey are well known for their incredible 1976 LP No Rest For The Wicked. But their proto-metal 45-only single “Midnight Horseman” released four years earlier is a fantastic, formerly long-lost wonder. Blizzard was Rod McClure's high school band, but you couldn't possibly guess that teenagers recorded this heavy slab of obscure Oklahoma rage in 1973, sounding like a hypothetical MC5/Hendrix collaboration.

Luke and the Apostles ain't no Xian group, even though this 45 is of biblical proportions. "Not Far Off" is a tight and slinky jam sure to give your significant other bedroom eyes. The Doors and Elektra Records' producer Paul Rothchild called the Luke and the Apostles LP the "greatest album [he] never got to make.”

Indiana rockers Ice’s stunning full length debut languished unreleased for 50 years until RidingEasy issued The Ice Age in 2020. Back in 1970, the band recorded 10 original songs at 8-Track Studios in Chicago, only to break up shortly thereafter. Two of the tracks were eventually released as a 45 in 1972, but confusingly under a different band name, Zukus! “Running High” deftly balances wayward psychedelic pop and troglodyte thunder.

Louisville, KY quartet Conception's excellent revision of Blue Cheer's "Babylon" adds heavy phaser effect on the guitar and a more driving rhythm to make the song entirely their own. Lead guitar and high harmony vocals by Charlie Day (not to be confused with the Sunny Philadelphian actor) are assertive and commanding as he implores listeners onward to hallucinogenic nirvana.

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July RSD First

A 20-track collection compiling some of the most sought-after soul and R&B recordings from Philadelphia's Cameo, Parkway and Fairmount labels. Features label mainstays like Chubby Checker, The Orlons, Bunny Sigler, Evie Sands & more, as well as seminal recordings from Jerry Jackson and Frankie Beverly. Featuring hits from some of the great production teams of the 1960s and an essay by soul/R&B historian Ady Croasdell. 2LP pressed on 180g Blue Vinyl. Mastered from original archived sources.

Disc1
SideA 1 You Got The Power 2 Because of My Heart 3 (Whoa, Whoa) I Love Him So 4 Girl Don't Make Me Wait 5 It's Rough Out There
SideB 6 Envy (In My Eyes) 7 Picture Me Gone 8 Country Girl 9 Night Owl 10 Village Of Tears

Disc2
SideA 11 You Just Don't Know (What You Do To Me) 12 The 81 13 Shake And Shingaling (Part 1) 14 S.O.S. (Heart In Distress) 15 Eddie's My Name
SideB 16 Pass Me By 17 The Grass (Will Sing For You) 18 (Your Love Was Just A) False Alarm 19 Who Do You Think You Are 20 You Didn't Say A Word

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July RSD First

A 22-track collection containing some of the biggest dance craze hits from the Cameo Parkway label. Includes tracks by Cameo Parkway's biggest stars: Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, Dee Dee Sharp, The Orlons, The Dovells, Don Covay and The Turbans. Features 12 Top 40 Hits including #1 chart-toppers like Chubby Checker's iconic original version of "The Twist". 2LP pressed on 180g Yellow Vinyl. With an essay by acclaimed Rock & Roll/R&B historian John Broven. Mastered from original archive tapes.

Disc 1
Side A: 1 The Twist 2 The Wah-Watusi 3 Bristol Stomp 4 Mashed Potato Time 5 You Can't Sit Down
Side B: 6. The Third House (In From The Right) 7. Do The Bird 8 Slow Twistin' 9. Shimmy Shimmy 10. The 81 11. (Everybody Do) The Swim, Pt 1

Disc 2
Side A: 12. The Popeye Waddle 13. Do The New Continental 14. Baby, Do The Froog 15. Rocka-Conga 16. The Hucklebuck

Side B: 17. The Mash 18. Mexican Hat Rock 19. The Cha-Cha-Cha 20. When You Dance 21. Everybody South Street 22. Twistin' U.S.A.

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July RSD First

Written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry, the 2004 movie follows an estranged couple (Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet) who have erased each other from their memories. The soundtrack features score, composed by Los Angeles musician Jon Brion, as well as songs from artists E.L.O., The Polyphonic Spree, The Willowz, and Don Nelson. Beck, in a collaboration with Jon Brion, provides a cover version of the Korgis' "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime". Jon Brion has composed music for numerous motion pictures, including Magnolia, Synecdoche New York, and Lady Bird. Orange Swirl 2LP.

1. Theme - Performed by Jon Brion 2. Mr. Blue Sky - Performed by ELO 3. Collecting Things - Performed by Jon Brion 4. Light & Day - Performed by The Polyphonic Spree 5. Bookstore - Performed by Jon Brion 6. Section 2 (It's The Sun) (KCRW) - Performed by The Polyphonic Spree 7. Wada Na Tod - Performed by Lata Mangeshkar 8. Showtime - Performed by Jon Brion 9. Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes - Performed by Beck 10. Sidewalk Fight - Performed by Jon Brion 11. Some Kinda Shuffle - Performed by Don Nelson 12. Howard Makes It All Go Away - Performed by Jon Brion 13. Something - Performed by Willowz 14. Postcard - Performed by Jon Brion 15. I Wonder - Performed by Willowz 16. Peer Pressure - Performed by Jon Brion 17. A Dream Upon Waking - Performed by Jon Brion 18. Strings That Tie To You - Performed by Jon Brion 19. Phone Call - Performed by Jon Brion 20. Nola's Bounce - Performed by Don Nelson 21. Down The Drain - Performed by Jon Brion 22. Row - Performed by Jon Brion 23. Drive In - Performed by Jon Brion 24. Main Title - Performed by Jon Brion 25. Spotless Mind - Performed by Jon Brion 26. Elephant Parade - Performed by Jon Brion

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July RSD First

Heavy funk overview full of independent classics. An anthology of DJ favorites and breakbeat essentials. Featuring The Honey Drippers, Eddie Bo, The Gaturs, Ike Turner and 16 other tracks. Artwork by British reissue artist Jaffa The Unknown Home, with extensive liner notes.

SIDE ONE
1. The Honey Drippers-Impeach The President
2. Eddie Bo-If It’s Good To You (It's Good For You)
3. The Gaturs-Gatur Bait
4. Jimmy Johnson & The Lucky Hearts-Get It
5. Sonny Jones-Sissy Walk
SIDE TWO
6. Mary Jane Hooper-Don't Change Nothing
7. Herbie Thompson-Keep On Stepping
8. The Black Nasty-Party On 4th Street
9. Lynn Day-Big Off More (Than I Can Chew)
10. Ike Turner & The Kings of Rhythm-Funky Mule
SIDE THREE
11. Billy The Baron & His Smokin Challengers-Communications Is Where It's At
12. City Council Ltd.-When You Git Through Wit It Put It Back
13. Bobo Mr. Soul-H.L.I.C.
14. The Chosen Few-We Are The Chosen Few
15. Georgianna McCoy & The Classetts-I've Got To Space
SIDE FOUR
16. Johnny Mae Mathews-My Momma Didn't Lie
17. Glenda Dove-It's Gotta Be Something
18. City Council Ltd.-You Got It All Ain't No More
19. Dennis Lee & Notables-Funky Penguin
20. James Black-There's A Storm In The Gulf

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July RSD First

The soundtrack includes several instrumental pieces by Australian composer Sven Libaek. Songs include original David Bowie recordings, Bowie covers by Seu Jorge, and two songs – "Search and Destroy" by The Stooges, and "Gut Feeling" by Devo, that had been produced or co-produced by Bowie. Although Anderson worked with Devo cofounder Mark Mothersbaugh for the soundtrack for this and all of his prior movies, this soundtrack marks the first time one of Devo's songs, "Gut Feeling," was used in a Wes Anderson film. Mothersbaugh's Devo bandmate Bob Casale (aka "Bob 2") co-produced the soundtrack with Mothersbaugh. Cerulean Blue 2LP.

1. "Shark Attack Theme" – Sven Libaek
2. Loquasto International Film Festival – Mark Mothersbaugh
3. "Life on Mars?" – David Bowie
4. "Space Oddity" – Seu Jorge
5. Let Me Tell You About My Boat – Mark Mothersbaugh
6. "Rebel Rebel" – Seu Jorge
7. Zissou Society Blue Star Cadets / Ned's Theme Take 1 – Mark Mothersbaugh
8. "Gut Feeling" – Devo
9. "Open Sea Theme" – Sven Libaek
10. "Rock & Roll Suicide" – Seu Jorge
11. "Here's To You" – Ennio Morricone featuring Joan Baez
12. We Call Them Pirates Out Here – Mark Mothersbaugh
13. "Search and Destroy" – The Stooges
14. "La Niña de Puerta Oscura" – Paco de Lucía
15. "Life on Mars?" – Seu Jorge
16. Ping Island / Lightning Strike Rescue Op – Mark Mothersbaugh
17. "Five Years" – Seu Jorge
18. "30 Century Man" – Scott Walker
19. "The Way I Feel Inside" – The Zombies
20. "Queen Bitch" – David Bowie

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July RSD First

In 2009, Brian Cross (aka B+) organized a series of live events at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex in Los Angeles. The Timeless series captured the lasting impact of several artists on the world of hip-hop and beyond. Live, fully orchestrated performances by Ethiopia’s Mulatu Astatke and Brazil's Arthur Verocai bookended the incredible Suite For Ma Dukes, a tribute to James "J Dilla" Yancey, by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson.

On Mochilla Presents Timeless: Suite for Ma Dukes Miguel Atwood-Ferguson pays tribute to Dilla by interpreting his music for a 60-piece orchestra featuring special guests Bilal, Dwele, Posdnuos, Talib Kweli, Karriem Riggins and more. This premiere performance left many in the
sold out crowd in tears. In attendance that night was Common, who commented “To hear J Dilla’s music expressed in that form just let me know once again how great he is. It moved me for real” with famed BBC personality Giles Petersen saying “That’s just about the most powerful thing I’ve heard. Brilliant.”

Mochilla’s Timeless series reignites for RSD Drops 2021 housed in full color gatefold jackets with the vinyl housed in printed inner sleeves.
In 2009, Brian Cross (aka B+) organized a series of live events at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex in Los Angeles. The Timeless series captured the lasting impact of several artists on the world of hip-hop and beyond. Live, fully orchestrated performances by Ethiopia’s Mulatu Astatke and Brazil's Arthur Verocai bookended the incredible Suite For Ma Dukes, a tribute to James "J Dilla" Yancey, by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson.

On Mochilla Presents Timeless: Suite for Ma Dukes Miguel Atwood-Ferguson pays tribute to Dilla by interpreting his music for a 60-piece orchestra featuring special guests Bilal, Dwele, Posdnuos, Talib Kweli, Karriem Riggins and more. This premiere performance left many in the
sold out crowd in tears. In attendance that night was Common, who commented “To hear J Dilla’s music expressed in that form just let me know once again how great he is. It moved me for real” with famed BBC personality Giles Petersen saying “That’s just about the most powerful thing I’ve heard. Brilliant.”

Mochilla’s Timeless series reignites for RSD Drops 2021 housed in full color gatefold jackets with the vinyl housed in printed inner sleeves.


A Side: 1. Morning Order 2. Antiquity 3. Le Yachting 4. Untitled/Fantastic
B Side: 1. Welcome 2 Detriot 2. Gobstopper 3. Take Notice 4. Affolements Granitiques 5. Don’t Nobody Care About Us 6. Jealousy
C Side: 1. Hoc N Pucky 2. Angel
D Side: 1. Reminisce 2. Stakes Is High 3. Fall In Love

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June Exclusive

Deluxe reissue of Vanguard's groundbreaking blues trilogy, including recordings from The Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band, J.B. Hutto And His Hawks, Otis Spann's South Side Piano, The Jimmy Cotton Blues Quartet, Otis Rush Blues Band, Homesick James And His Dusters, Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band, The Johnny Shines Blues Band and Big Walter Horton's Blues Harp Band with Memphis Charlie. 3LP set featuring ALL-ANALOG mastering from the original stereo tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, pressed on 180-gram black vinyl and housed in a triple gatefold jacket.

Disc 1 / Volume 1
The Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band

"Help Me"
"It Hurts Me Too"
"Messin' with the Kid"
"Vietcong Blues"
"All Night Long"

J. B. Hutto and His Hawks

"Going Ahead"
"Please Help"
"Too Much Alcohol"
"Married Woman Blues"
"That's the Truth"

Otis Spann's South Side Piano

"Marie"
"Burning Fire"
"S. P. Blues"
"Sometimes I Wonder"
"Spann's Stomp"

Disc 2 / Volume 2
The Jimmy Cotton Blues Quartet

"Cotton Crop Blues"
"The Blues Keep Falling"
"Love Me or Leave"
"Rocket 88"
"West Helena Blues"

The Otis Rush Blues Band

"Everything's Going to Turn Out Alright"
"It's a Mean Old World"
"I Can't Quit You Baby"
"Rock"
"It's My Own Fault"

Homesick James and His Dusters

"Dust My Broom"
"Somebody Been Talkin'"
"Set a Date"
"So Mean to Me"

Disc 3 / Volume 3
Johnny Young's South Side Blues Band

"One More Time"
"Kid Man Blues"
"My Black Mare"
"Stealin' Back"
"I Got Mine In Time"
"Tighten Up on It"

The Johnny Shines Blues Band

"Dynaflow Blues"
"Black Spider Blues"
"Layin' Down My Shoes and Clothes"
"If I Get Lucky"

Big Walter Horton's Blues Harp Band with Memphis Charlie

"Rockin' My Boogie"

The Johnny Shines Blues Band

"Mr. Boweevil"
"Hey, Hey"

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June Exclusive

Newly curated compilation of classic and rare R&B, doo-wop and soul tracks from the catalogs of Fania, Stax, Vee-Jay and more.  Pressed on clear and black swirled vinyl.

Side A: 1. Tragic - The Sheppards, 2. Negrona - Ralfi Pagan, 3. Oh What A Night - The Dells, 4. Man's Temptation - Gene Chandler, 5. Me and You - Brenton Wood, 6. Maybe - Ralph Robles; Side B: 1. Dedicated to the One I Love - The Temprees, 2. I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow - Joe Bataan, 3. That You Love Me - The Impressions, 4. Accept Me - The Harvey Averne Dozen, 5. Nothing But Nothing - The Dontells, 6. Two Lovers Make One Fool - The Serenaders

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June Exclusive

On vinyl for the first time, Golden Gate Groove: The Sound Of Philadelphia-- Live in San Francisco 1973 captures the first and only time the stars of Philadelphia International Records (P.I.R.) -- including The O’Jays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Three Degrees, and Billy Paul -- performed in concert with the label's house band, MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother). The concert, showcasing what would become the Sound of Philadelphia -- affectionately known as T.S.O.P. -- took place in San Francisco during the annual CBS Records convention at the Fairmont Hotel in September 1973.

Side A
1. Introduction By Master Of Ceremonies Don Cornelius Of Soul Train
2. “Freddie’s Dead” - MFSB
3. “If You Don’t Know Me By Now “- Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
4. “The Love I Lost” - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes

Side B
1. “I Miss You” - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
2. “I Didn’t Know” - The Three Degrees
3. “Dirty Ol’ Man” - The Three Degrees

Side C
1. “T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia)” - MFSB
2. “East “- Billy Paul
3. “Me and Mrs. Jones” - Billy Paul

Side D
1. “Back Stabbers” - The O’Jays
2. “When The World’s At Peace” - The O’Jays
3. “Sunshine” - The O’Jays
4. “Love Train” - The O’Jays

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June Exclusive

This limited edition compilation LP was curated from the classic Sun Record Company catalog by participating Record Store Day stores, and marks the eighth installment of the 'Sun Records Curated by Record Store Day' series. The track list for this compilation was carefully chosen by the hardworking people in record stores themselves to make the perfect dance party soundtrack. This RSD Drops Exclusive release is limited to 3,000 copies worldwide.

SIDE ONE
1. Bettye Lavette “We Got To Slip Around”
2. Frank Ballard “Shake ‘Em Up Baby”
3. Linda Gail Lewis “Nothin’ Shakin’ (But The Leaves on the Trees)”
4. Rosco Gordon “I’m Gonna Shake It & Break It”
5. Slim Rhodes “Gonna Romp and Stomp”
6. Jerry Lee Lewis “Friday Nights”
7. BrightLights “Motor City Funk Pt 1”
SIDE TWO
1. BrightLights “Motor City Funk Pt 2”
2. Soul Suspects “Funky Drop”
3. Clarence Murray “Dancing To The Beat”
4. Wade Cagle & The Escorts “Groovy Train”
5. Four Upsetters “You Can’t Sit Down”
6. Alvin Robinson “Let The Good Times Roll”
7. Carl Perkins “Drink Up And Go Home”

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June Exclusive

Another set of deep grooves and funky jazz as selected by Doyle Davis of Grimey's New and Pre-Loved Music in Nashville.  All tracks remastered from the original analog tapes, and pressed on orange fire vinyl.

Side A: 1. Together - Ray Barretto 2. Letha - Charles Earland 3. Mercy Mercy Me - Leon Spencer 4. Things Ain't Right - Esther Marrow Side B: 1. Joyous - Pleasure 2. Gimme Shelter - Cal Tjader 3. Heat! - Pucho And The Latin Soul Brothers 5. You've Got A Hard Head - Johnny "Guitar" Watson

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With contributions from the Chemical Brothers, Outkast, Missy Elliott, Moby, and Groove Armada, the 2001 soundtrack to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider was about as au courant as you could get! Add to that the fact that it also sported a Nine Inch Nails track ("Deep") that you can't get on any NIN studio album, and a unique mix of U2's "Elevation," and this one's got both curb and collector appeal. For its 20th anniversary and vinyl debut, we've pressed up 2500 (worldwide) copies of this double LP set in metallic "golden triangle" vinyl, housed inside a gorgeous gatefold festooned with production stills for RSD Drops.

SIDE ONE
1. U2: Elevation (Tomb Raider Mix)
2. Nine Inch Nails: Deep
3. The Chemical Brothers (featuring Nelly Furtado): Galaxy Bounce
4. Missy Elliott: Get Ur Freak On
SIDE TWO
1. Outkast: Speedballin'
2. Moby: Ain't Never Learned
3. BT: The Revolution
4. Delerium (featuring Aude): Terra Firma (Lara's Mix)
SIDE THREE
1. Basement Jaxx: Where's Your Head At
2. Fatboy Slim (featuring Bootsy Collins): Illuminati
3. Fluke: Absurd (Whitewash Edit)
4. Leftfield: Song of Life
SIDE FOUR
1. Groove Armada: Edge Hill
2. Bosco: Satellite
3. Oxide & Neutrino: Devil's Nightmare

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June Exclusive

This seventh volume of the ‘Psyché France’ collection is a new tribute to the mavericks and lost heroes of the 1960s and ‘70s French music scene.

Side A: 1. Guy Skornik / L’ile de Pâques (1971), 2. Gilbert Deflez / Les scandales (1974), 3. Jean-Yves Lievaux / Tu as tapé du pied (1974), 4. Edwige / Je suis juillet (1973), 5. Punch / Le pays où l’on vit d’amour (1972), 6. Philippe Chatel / Je serai là (1973)

Side B: 1. Quo Vadis / Si je vendais du soleil (1973), 2. Jean-Pierre Castelain / Monsieur Dugenou (1972), 3. Présence / Vole, vole, vole (1973), 4. Richard Contell / Donne (1975), 5. Richard Lable / D’un jour à l’autre (1977), 6. Michel Ripoche / Neptune (1975).

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