The folks behind Record Store Day have announced their full lineup of releases.
Here are some highlights from the massive list due out on April 18th:
Bruce Springsteen – The remastered versions of his first seven albums — available in a box set last fall — will be issued individually on vinyl.
The Animals – The Animals No. 2 EP is a 10-inch vinyl release of the band’s third British EP, which has never been released in the U.S.
Gregg Allman – Live is a 10-inch vinyl picture disc that features previously unreleased versions of “Whipping Post” and “I’m No Angel,” as well as performances with Jackson Browne and Zac Brown.
Jeff Beck – His first three singles are being reissued on seven-inch vinyl.
Blue Oyster Cult – The 1992 Bad Channels Soundtrack makes its vinyl debut.
Bob Dylan and The Band – The Basement Tapes is reissued on vinyl, with a limited edition numbered and signed byGarth Hudson.
The Kinks – The band’s first two British EPs, Kinksize Session and Kinksize Hits, are reissued on seven-inch singles.
Paul McCartney – 1967’s The Family Way: Original Soundtrack Recording gets a vinyl reissue after being out of print for decades.