In The Pipeline – Coming Soon – Forthcoming Goodies

Startseite Foren Die Tonträger: Aktuell und Antiquariat Replays: Neuauflagen, Deluxe- und erweiterte Editionen In The Pipeline – Coming Soon – Forthcoming Goodies

Ansicht von 15 Beiträgen - 1,306 bis 1,320 (von insgesamt 1,353)
  • Autor
    Beiträge
  • #10452475  | PERMALINK

    dummundfeige

    Registriert seit: 18.08.2008

    Beiträge: 1,040

     

    flashbackmagazineWar heute Morgen bei amazon.it für 9,69 EUR (incl. p&p nach DE).

    Den Link bitte! Bei amazon.it ist die CD nicht zu finden: über die Suchfunktion findet man nur Ausgaben mit anderem Cover und eine MP3-Version.

    Über die asin findet man das Teil, es hat aber keinen Preis und wird als „nicht lieferbar“ angezeigt.

    --

    Highlights von Rolling-Stone.de
    Werbung
    #10452499  | PERMALINK

    mick67
    Glimmer Twin

    Registriert seit: 15.10.2003

    Beiträge: 76,309

    Non disponible
    https://www.amazon.it/Live-At-Fillmore-Who/dp/B079MSX1FG/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1523604274&sr=1-1

    --

    Der Gescheitere gibt nach! Eine traurige Wahrheit, sie begründet die Weltherrschaft der Dummheit. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach
    #10456365  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    Ich hatte ja auch „… war …“ geschrieben. Immerhin ist aber meine Bestellung zum besagten Preis noch nicht storniert worden (PS: ich bin mal gespannt, ob das bei „Above The Clouds – The Collection“ (Glenn Frey) für 9.61 EUR auch der Fall bleiben wird).

     

    --

    #10456367  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    PINK FLOYD – „Animals [5.1]

    Roger Waters has confirmed that a 5.1 surround sound mix of Pink Floyd‘s 1977 album Animals is being prepared for release.

    In an interview with Dutch radio station NPO Radio 2, Waters briefly mentions the artwork for Wish You Were Here before telling the host: “I’ve just been working with Po [Aubrey Powell]. There’s a reissue of Animals, I think, a 5.1 remix of Animals, and so he came up with some new photographs of Battersea Power Station, as it is now, to use as a CD cover for the new 5.1 mix. It’s beautiful”

    Unfortunately the host of the show doesn’t ask any follow-up questions about this revelation (!) so we have no further details, right now. The ‘CD’ Roger refers to will not support a 5.1 surround mix – it would have to be on blu-ray audio and/or DVD for that.

    Source: SuperDeluxeEditon

    --

    #10456845  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    SOFT CELL – „EYCHAINS AND SNOWSTORMS (9CD+DVD) [VÖ: 07.09.2018]

    In September, Universal Music will release Keychains and Snowstorms”, a new 10-disc Soft Cell box set that “tells the definitive story of one of electronic music’s most thrilling and pioneering acts”.

    The 9CD+DVD package features a wealth of material – 50 percent of which the label claim is unreleased – including 12-inch mixes remastered, B-sides remastered, new extended/reworked versions, early versions and demos, radio sessions, live recordings and more.

    Going through this set, disc-by-disc, the first CD features remastered versions of the band’s early ’80s 12-inch single A-sides.  Numbers and Soul Inside have been  “very slightly edited” in order to fit onto the disc. The second CD features remastered versions of the full-length B-sides and CD 3 includes brand new versions and extended versions of ‘key’ Soft Cell fan favourites. A bit like when Blank & Jones worked on their Frankie Goes To Hollywood set, these extended versions feature only original parts from the multitrack master and have been created especially by Dave Ball.

    CD4 includes a mixture of unreleased and rare audio material and demos from the 1980-1984 period, rare international radio-only edits, and the unreleased 12” mix of Forever The Same. The next CD is made up of music from Soft Cell’s earliest years, including one of the first recordings ever made by Dave Ball, plus tracks recorded at the band’s first ever gig in December 1979. This disc also includes a remastered version of the debut Mutant Moments EP, plus one of Soft Cell’s earliest recordings, previously unreleased and not even available on any bootleg. As well as other early demos, this CD also documents Daniel Miller’s work with Soft Cell in 1980 and 1981.

    The sixth disc contains live recordings made by Flood of the US dates from 1983 where the band previewed songs from the then-upcoming This Last Night In Sodom album. These tapes have been mixed and mastered for this set. CD 7 features the final section of the Los Angeles show, plus other live highlights, including tracks from Soft Cell’s farewell shows at Hammersmith Palais in January 1984. Remaining selections come from the band’s reunion tour dates in 2002-3, where producer Ingo Vauk recorded the whole UK tour.

    Disc 8 features ‘Non-Stop Euphoric Dubbing’, a Dave Ball directed 12-suite continuous mix of Soft Cell classics which forms a moody counterpart to the pioneering dub album 1982’s ‘Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing’.

    Among the rarities and curios on discs four and five are seven-inch edits, alternate versions, newly remastered audio for the Mutant Moments release, demos, and an entire suite of early songs produced by Daniel Miller, including his version of Tainted Love.

    Live highlights include the band’s first gig at Leeds Polytechnic from 1979, Live In Los Angeles from 1983, five songs from the 1984 farewell gigs at the Hammersmith Palais and six from the 2003 reunion tour.

    CD 8 features Non-Stop Euphoric Dubbing, a Dave Ball directed 12-suite continuous mix of Soft Cell classics. This CD also includes a some other remixes, including the first ever remix by Erasure, who have remixed Bedsitter. In addition, The Grid’s 1991 remixes of Memorabilia and Where The Heart Is have been reworked to replace Marc’s 1991 re-vocalled versions with his original takes.

    The final audio disc – CD 9 – features highlights from the BBC’s vaults, including previously unreleased audio of their Whistle Test appearance in 1982. Soft Cell’s first recordings since 1983 are also included, with an unreleased extended version of Divided Soul, and the set is completed with Marc and Dave’s favourite tracks from 2002’s comeback album Cruelty Without Beauty.

    The DVD features the Non-Stop Exotic Video Show, a host of TV appearances, including The Oxford Road Show, The Old Grey Whistle Test, Top Of The Pops, The Tube, The Switch and The 1983 Supersonic Christmas Special plus a previously unreleased gig ‘Live At The Amnesia’ from 28th May, 1981. Finally, there’s promo videos and the Young Guns Go For It BBC documentary.

    CD1: THE PHONOGRAM 12″ HITS 1981-1984

    Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go 8.57

    Bedsitter 7.52

    Say Hello, Wave Goodbye 8.56

    Torch 8.29

    What 6.10

    Where The Heart Is 9.46

    Numbers 9.49

    Soul Inside 11.12

    Down In The Subway 7.50

     

    CD2: THE PHONOGRAM B-SIDES 1981-1984

    Tainted Dub/Where Did Our Love Go? 8.51

    Facility Girls (12″ Version) 7.17

    Fun City 7.33

    Insecure Me (12″ Version) 8.16

    So (12” Version) 8.44

    It’s A Mug’s Game (12″ Version) 8.11

    Barriers (12” Version) 7.10

    You Only Live Twice (12″ Version) 6.58

    Her Imagination 5.20

    007 Theme 3.27

    Disease & Desire 4.04

    Born To Lose 2.55

     

    CD3: NEW EXTENDED & REWORKED MIXES

    Say Hello, Wave Goodbye (Dave Ball Lateral Mix) 7.08

    Youth (Dave Ball Wasted On The Young Mix) 5.41

    Secret Life (Extended Mix) 5.17

    Chips On My Shoulder (Extended Mix) 6.14

    Facility Girls (2018 Mix) 7.43

    Heat (Alternative Version) 6.04

    Kitchen Sink Drama (Extended Mix)

    The Art Of Falling Apart (Extended Mix) 8.47

    Martin (Hallowe’en Mix) 6.14

    Barriers (Dave Ball Broken Down Angels Mix) 7.09

    Meet Murder, My Angel (Extended Mix) 6.00

    Slave To This (Life Of Existence Mix)

     

    CD4: RARITIES, ALTERNATIVE VERSIONS & CURIOS

    The Girl With The Patent Leather Face (Original Version) 4.57

    A Man Could Get Lost (Daniel Miller Vocal Edit)

    Memorabilia (Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing Version) 5.21

    Forever The Same (Unreleased Extended Version) 10.58

    Heat (US 7″ Version) 4.01

    Loving You, Hating Me (Special USA Mix) 7.45

    Martin 10.13

    Hendrix Medley (Hey Joe, Purple Haze, Voodoo Chile) 10.22

    Numbers (7” DJ Version) 4.26

    Down In The Subway (7″ Remix Version) 4.21

    L’Esqualita (7″ Version) 4.22

    Soul Inside (Demo) 5.21

    So (Dave Ball Demo Outtake) 3.16

     

    CD5: THE EARLY YEARS 1978-81

    Memorabilia (Original Daniel Miller Mix)

    Persuasion (Original Daniel Miller Mix)

    Metro MRX (Flexipop Version)

    A Man Could Get Lost (Daniel Miller Demo)

    The Girl With The Patent Leather Face (Demo)

    Tainted Love (Demo)

    Bedsitter (Demo)

    Potential (From Mutant Moments EP)

    L.O.V.E Feelings (From Mutant Moments EP)

    Metro MRX (From Mutant Moments EP)

    Frustration (From Mutant Moments EP)

    Red Tape, Sticky Tape (Demo – Previously Unreleased)

    Martin (Original 1980 Demo)

    Paranoid (Black Sabbath Cover)

    Science Fiction Stories (Demo)

    Bleak Is My Favourite Cliché (Demo)

    Cleaning Fanatic (Demo)

    Mix (Demo)

    A Man Could Get Lost (Original Version)

    Walking Make Up Counter (Live at Leeds Polytechnic, December 1979)

    Occupational Hazard (Live at Leeds Polytechnic, December 1979)

    Persuasion (Live at Leeds Polytechnic, December 1979)

    Dave’s Theme (Previously Unreleased Demo)

     

    CD6: IN SESSION / REUNION / CRUELTY WITHOUT BEAUTY

    Entertain Me (Richard Skinner Radio 1 Session)

    Seedy Films (Richard Skinner Radio 1 Session)

    Chips On My Shoulder (Richard Skinner BBC Radio 1 Session)

    Youth (BBC Whistle Test)

    Sex Dwarf (BBC Whistle Test)

    Soul Inside (David Jensen BBC Radio 1 Session)

    Where Was Your Heart (When You Needed It Most) (David Jensen BBC Radio 1 Session)

    God Shaped Hole (Remix)

    Divided Soul (Hooker Mix)

    Somebody, Somewhere, Sometime

    Monoculture – Dave Ball Extended Mix

    The Night

    Darker Times

    Last Chance

    Together Alone

    Caligula Syndrome

    Desperate

     

    CD7: NON-STOP EUPHORIC DUBBING (CONTINUOUS MIX) & REMIXES

    Barriers (Dave Ball Broken Down Angels Dub)

    Numbers (Extended Dub)

    Youth (Dave Ball Wasted On The Youth Dub)

    Where The Heart Is (Marcus Lancaster Dub)

    Seedy Films (Richard X Dub)

    L.O.V.E Feelings (Demo)

    L’Esqualita (Dub)

    Loving You, Hating Me (Dub)

    Baby Doll (Dub)

    Facility Girls (2018 Mix Dub)

    Little Rough Rhinestone (Solvent Dub Mix)

    Say Hello, Wave Goodbye (Dave Ball Lateral Dub)

    Bedsitter (Erasure Remix)

    Where The Heart Is (The Grid Remix : 2018 Re-Edit)

    So (The Grid Remix)

     

    CD8: LIVE IN LOS ANGELES ’83 – PART 1

    Mr Self Destruct

    Soul Inside

    Forever The Same

    Insecure Me

    L’Esqualita

    Loving You, Hating Me

    Torch

    Youth

    Disease & Desire

    Where Was Your Heart

    Baby Doll

    Martin

    The Art Of Falling Apart

     

    CD9: LIVE IN LOS ANGELES ’83 PART 2 + PLUS OTHER LIVE RECORDINGS

    Hey Joe/Purple Haze

    Memorablilia

    Heat

    Ghost Rider (with Clint Ruin)

    Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

    + LIVE AT HAMMERSMITH PALAIS, 84 (FAN RECORDING)

    Down In The Subway 4.01

    The Best Way To Kill 5.20

    Numbers 5.29

    It’s A Mug’s Game 8.12

    Frustration

    + UK TOUR, LIVE IN 2003

    Tainted Love 3.39

    Where Did Our Love Go 5.33

    Bedsitter 3.43

    Sex Dwarf 6.17

    Barriers 5.28

    Surrender To A Stranger 4.22

     

    DVD: TV appearances, promos etc.

    Source: SuperDeluxeEdition

    --

    #10471009  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    #10475975  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    BEACH BOYS – „The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (08/06)

    Following in the footsteps of such artists as Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin and Roy Orbison, The Beach Boys have teamed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a new album due on June 8 from Capitol/UMe.  The Beach Boys with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, to be available in CD, 2-LP, and digital formats, melds The Beach Boys’ original vocal (and some instrumental) tracks with newly-written and -recorded symphonic orchestrations recorded in March at Studio 2 of Abbey Road Studios.  The regular 2-LP vinyl version will be released on August 17, with a limited-edition opaque orange version also being made available through the uDiscoverMusic store.

    Produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman, the album features 17 Beach Boys classics ranging from “Don’t Worry, Baby” and “California Girls” to Pet Sounds (“Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “God Only Knows,” “Here Today,” “Sloop John B,” “You Still Believe in Me”), SMiLE (“Heroes and Villains,” “Good Vibrations”), Surf’s Up (“Disney Girls (1957)”), and of course, “Kokomo.”  A new “California Suite” opens the album.  The orchestra was conducted by Steve Sidwell and Sally Herbert, who also wrote many of the arrangements.  “Fun, Fun, Fun” is the first single off the album.

    The Beach Boys have lent their support of this project.  The press release quotes Brian Wilson: “I always knew the vocal arrangements I did back in the 1960s would lend themselves perfectly for a symphony and there is no better one in the world than the Royal Philharmonic.  I am both proud and humbled by what they have created using our songs and I hope everyone falls in love with it like I have.”  Mike Love notes, “This album is one of a kind. I think the fact that the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has accompanied the Beach Boys with these great arrangements is just a phenomenal thing. It’s a whole other dimension to our music.”

    Al Jardine adds: “Don Reedman and Nick Patrick did a terrific job on this. I can’t imagine having more fun than taking some of these great songs and putting them into this perspective. They did a beautiful job of arranging the music around the original vocals, which I think is a terrific idea. It makes the music feel new all over again!”  Bruce Johnston comments,  “When I listened to the album, I realized that the new arrangements performed by the orchestra didn’t add the wrong kind of weight. They just added the beautiful fairy dust of the orchestra to what we already recorded. It’s another interpretation of us without losing the groundwork of us. I really like it.”

    Album co-producer Nick Patrick adds: “I’m a complete and utter fan of the Beach Boys and the way their music makes you feel. The Beach Boys’ music is so multi-layered — you can experience it on so many layers. You’ve got the obvious harmonies, which are amazing. But what we found making this record is when you dig down into the arrangements, they’re extraordinary. They’re fresh. They’re new. They’re complex. They’re beautiful and constructed in a completely original way.”

    Tracklist:

    California Suite

    California Girls

    Wouldn’t It Be Nice

    Fun, Fun, Fun

    Don’t Worry Baby

    God Only Knows

    Sloop John B

    Heroes And Villains

    Disney Girls

    Here Today

    In My Room

    Kokomo

    The Warmth Of The Sun

    Darlin’

    Help Me, Rhonda

    You Still Believe In Me

    Good Vibrations

     

    Source: Seconddisc

    --

    #10482413  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    DAVID BOWIE – „Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78)“ (2CD,  29.06.2018)

     

    Disc 1

    Warszawa

    “Heroes”

    What In The World

    Be My Wife

    The Jean Genie

    Blackout

    Sense Of Doubt

    Speed Of Life

    Sound And Vision

    Breaking Glass

    Fame

    Beauty And The Beast

     

    Disc 2

    Five Years

    Soul Love

    Star

    Hang On To Yourself

    Ziggy Stardust

    Suffragette City

    Art Decade

    Alabama Song

    Station To Station

    TVC 15

    Stay

    Rebel Rebel

     

    Source: SuperDeluxeEdition , SecondDisc

    --

    #10499593  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    PRINCE – „Piano & A Microphone 1983 (21.09.2018)

    The Prince Estate in partnership with Warner Bros. Records has today announced the release of Piano & A Microphone 1983 a brand new Prince album that features previously unreleased home studio cassette recording of Prince at his piano captured in 1983.

    This is effectively a private rehearsal which provides a rare glimpse into Prince’s creative process as he works through songs which include 17 Days and Purple Rain (neither of which would be released until 1984), a cover of Joni Mitchell’s A Case Of You, Strange Relationship (not released until 1987 on Sign O’ The Times) and International Lover.

    “This raw, intimate recording, which took place at the start of Prince’s career right before he achieved international stardom, is similar in format to the Piano & A Microphone Tour that he ended his career with in 2016,” said Prince Estate entertainment adviser Troy Carter. “The Estate is excited to be able to give fans a glimpse of his evolution and show how his career ultimately came full circle with just him and his piano.”

    This new release will be available as a special CD+vinyl LP deluxe edition which will include a 12-inch booklet featuring brand new liner notes written by Prince’s then engineer Don Batts, as well as candid shots of Prince including never before seen photos. Individual vinyl and CD releases are the other physical options.

     

    Tracklist:

    17 Days

    Purple Rain

    A Case Of You

    Mary Don’t You Weep

    Strange Relationship

    International Lover

    Wednesday

    Cold Coffee & Cocaine

    Why The Butterflies

    Recorded in 1983 at Prince’s Kiowa Trail home studio in Chanhassen, MN

    Engineered by Don Batts

     

    Quelle: SuperDeluxeEdition

    --

    #10499621  | PERMALINK

    mc-weissbier
    Elwetritschesammler

    Registriert seit: 29.06.2005

    Beiträge: 7,584

    flashbackmagazinePRINCE – „Piano & A Microphone 1983 (21.09.2018)
    The Prince Estate in partnership with Warner Bros. Records has today announced the release of Piano & A Microphone 1983 a brand new Prince album that features previously unreleased home studio cassette recording of Prince at his piano captured in 1983.
    This is effectively a private rehearsal which provides a rare glimpse into Prince’s creative process as he works through songs which include 17 Days and Purple Rain (neither of which would be released until 1984), a cover of Joni Mitchell’s A Case Of You, Strange Relationship (not released until 1987 on Sign O’ The Times) and International Lover.
    “This raw, intimate recording, which took place at the start of Prince’s career right before he achieved international stardom, is similar in format to the Piano & A Microphone Tour that he ended his career with in 2016,” said Prince Estate entertainment adviser Troy Carter. “The Estate is excited to be able to give fans a glimpse of his evolution and show how his career ultimately came full circle with just him and his piano.”
    This new release will be available as a special CD+vinyl LP deluxe edition which will include a 12-inch booklet featuring brand new liner notes written by Prince’s then engineer Don Batts, as well as candid shots of Prince including never before seen photos. Individual vinyl and CD releases are the other physical options.

    Tracklist:
    17 Days
    Purple Rain
    A Case Of You
    Mary Don’t You Weep
    Strange Relationship
    International Lover
    Wednesday
    Cold Coffee & Cocaine
    Why The Butterflies
    Recorded in 1983 at Prince’s Kiowa Trail home studio in Chanhassen, MN
    Engineered by Don Batts

    Quelle: SuperDeluxeEdition

    :yahoo: :good:

    --

    It's only Rock'n Roll but I like it ---------------------------------------- Wenn die Sonne der Diskussions-Kultur niedrig steht, werfen selbst Zwerge einen langen Schatten. ---------------------------------------- Mein Konzertarchiv @ SONGKICK
    #10503293  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    NICK MASON – Unattended Luggage (VÖ: 31.08.2018)

    Available as a three-CD or 3LP vinyl package, Unattended Luggage contains the albums Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports (1981), Profiles (1985) and White of the Eye (1987).

    Nick’s solo debut solo album saw him collaborate with a musicians such as Robert Wyatt and Carla Bley, while the largely instrumental Profiles was actually a collaboration with 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn (issued as Mason + Fenn). A couple of tracks on the record do include vocals, such as Lie for a Lie (Maggie Reilly and David Gilmour) and Israel (Danny Peyronel). Finally, White of the Eye was a soundtrack for the British film of the same name, which was directed by Donald Cammell (who was best known for directing Performance with Nicholas Roeg). Again, Mason worked with Rick Fenn on this album, which has never been issued on CD.

    Nick Mason says, “These recordings hold a very special place for me in my musical life. Listening back after 30 odd years, I’m delighted they are getting the reissue treatment. I’m rather hoping that sales will be sufficient to damage the market in the original rare vinyl versions!”

    Unattended Luggage will be released on 31 August 2018 via Warner Music. Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets will be touring throughout Europe in September.

     

    Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports:

    Can’t Get My Motor to Start

    I Was Wrong

    Siam

    Hot River

    Boo To You Too

    Do Ya?

    Wervin’

    I’m a Mineralist

     

    Profiles:

    Malta

    Lie for a Lie

    Rhoda

    Profiles Part 1/Profiles Part 2

    Israel

    And the Address

    Mumbo Jumbo

    Zip Code

    Black Ice

    At the End of the Day

    Profiles Part 3

     

    White of the Eye:

    Goldwaters

    Remember Mike

    Where Are You Joany?

    Dry Junk

    Present

    The Thrift Store

    Ritual

    Globe

    Discovery & Recoil

    Anne Mason

    Mendoza

    World of Appearances

    Sacrifice Dance

    White of the Eye

    Source: SuperDeluxeEdition

    --

    #10509365  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    THE HOUSE OF LOVE (30th Anniversary Deluxe Hardback Edition 5CD Box)

    THE HOUSE OF LOVE were one of the most successful and critically acclaimed bands to grace Creation Records back in the late 1980s. Their eponymous debut album, which was cited as one of the best albums of 1988 by music magazines and Indie fans alike, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year!

    Expanding on 2012’s 3-CD version, this super deluxe edition of THE HOUSE OF LOVE offers the band’s complete Creation recordings from 1987-1988, together with a raft of rarities and previously unissued bonus material. It also boasts all their Creation Records singles, from the original version of ‘Shine On’, ‘Real Animal’ and ‘Christine’ to their final single for the label, ‘Destroy The Heart’.

    For the first time, the album is re-mastered from the original quarter-inch tapes. Discs 2 and 3 combine all their non-album tracks with numerous HOUSE OF LOVE demos and early mixes, many of which were never released, Disc 4 soaks up the various BBC radio sessions for John Peel while Disc 5 combines mostly unissued live tracks from various shows.

    This 5-CD package is housed in a stylish hardback book set with fresh sleeve-notes from NME journalist Neil Taylor (with interview quotes from lead singer/guitarist Guy Chadwick and original bassist Chris Groothuizen) and rare images from the band’s photographer Suzie Gibbons.

     

    DISC ONE

    THE ALBUM

    1. CHRISTINE
    2. HOPE
    3. ROAD
    4. SULPHUR
    5. MAN TO CHILD
    6. SALOME
    7. LOVE IN A CAR
    8. HAPPY
    9. FISHERMAN’S TALE
    10. TOUCH ME

     

    BONUS TRACKS

    1. SHINE ON (Demo – LP Bonus 7”)
    2. CHRISTINE (Demo – LP Bonus 7”)

     

    DISC TWO

    SINGLES DEMOS & RARITIES

    1. SHINE ON
    2. LOVE
    3. FLOW
    4. REAL ANIMAL
    5. PLASTIC
    6. NOTHING TO ME
    7. THE HILL
    8. LONELINESS IS A GUN
    9. THE HEDONIST
    10. WELT
    11. DESTROY THE HEART
    12. BLIND
    13. MR. JO
    14. SHINE ON (Guy Chadwick Demo)
    15. REAL ANIMAL (Demo)
    16. TOUCH ME (Demo)
    17. HAPPY (Demo)
    18. ROAD (Early Mix)
    19. SALOME (Early Mix)
    20. FISHERMAN’S TALE (Early Mix)
    21. DESTROY THE HEART (Demo)
    22. SHINE ON (Fuck Version) (Flexidisc)

     

    DISC THREE:

    DEMOS AND EARLY MIXES

    1. ROAD (Longer Early Mix) *
    2. SULPHUR (Early Mix) *
    3. HAPPY (Early Mix) *
    4. FISHERMAN’S TALE (Early Mix) *
    5. TOUCH ME (Early Mix) *
    6. SALOME (Early Mix) *
    7. SHINE ON (Band Demo)
    8. REAL ANIMAL (16 Track Demo)
    9. CHRISTINE (16 Track Demo)
    10. HOLD ON ME (16 Track Demo)
    11. HOPE (Early Mix)
    12. MAN TO CHILD (Early Mix)
    13. LOVE IN A CAR (Early Mix)
    14. MODERN WORLD (Welt) (Demo)
    15. LITTLE GIRL (Mr Jo) (Early Mix)
    16. SULPHUR (Early Mix)
    17. HAPPY (Early Mix)
    18. TOUCH ME (Early Mix)
    19. SHINE ON (Early Mix) *
    20. REAL ANIMAL (Early Mix) *
    21. DESTROY THE HEART (Early

    Version – No Guitar) *

    * previously unissued

     

    DISC FOUR

    JOHN PEEL SESSIONS

    1. DESTROY THE HEART
    2. NOTHING TO ME
    3. PLASTIC
    4. BLIND
    5. THE HEDONIST
    6. DON’T TURN BLUE
    7. SAFE
    8. LOVE IN A CAR
    9. IN A ROOM
    10. THE BEATLES AND THESTONES
    11. CHRISTINE
    12. LONELINESS IS A GUN

     

    DISC FIVE

    IN CONCERT

    VREDENBURG, UTRECHT, HOLLAND

    1. CHRISTINE *
    2. MAN TO CHILD *
    3. ROAD *
    4. SHINE ON *

     

    GRONINGEN, HOLLAND

    1. PLASTIC *
    2. SULPHUR *
    3. TOUCH ME *
    4. NOTHING TO ME *
    5. I DON’T KNOW WHY I LOVE YOU BUT I DO

     

    TOP RANK, BRIGHTON

    1. NEVER *
    2. SE DEST *
    3. THE HEDONIST *
    4. SOFT AS FIRE *

     

    LA CIGALE, PARIS, FRANCE

    1. FISHERMAN’S TALE *
    2. HAPPY *
    3. LOVE IN A CAR
    4. DESTROY THE HEART 18. I WANNA BE YOUR DOG

     

    * previously unissued

    --

    #10509397  | PERMALINK

    onkel-tom

    Registriert seit: 23.02.2007

    Beiträge: 27,645

    Du bist dochin diesem Bereich  immer so gut informiert. Hast du was davon gehört, ob die gerade als Vinyl Alben erschienenen frühen Alben von Steve Miller auch als remasterte CDs erscheinen sollen?

    --

    Gewinnen ist nicht alles, gewinnen ist das einzige.
    #10509501  | PERMALINK

    flashbackmagazine

    Registriert seit: 28.03.2012

    Beiträge: 1,817

    @ onkel-tom: noch gar nichts aus Richtung CAPITOL Records vernommen, dass in absehbarer Zeit und nach dem letztjährigen Versuchsballon mit dem „Ultimate Hits“-Sampler so etwas von denen kommen wird. Mich hat zugegebenermaßen die Reissues auf Vinyl was überrascht. Man könnte die CDs ja eigentlich nachschießen. Vielleicht ist da jetzt aber auch Ruhe im Karton weil man an Expanded Versions arbeitet … meine Hoffnung …

     

    --

    #10509509  | PERMALINK

    onkel-tom

    Registriert seit: 23.02.2007

    Beiträge: 27,645

    Danke. Ich hoffe auch mal das beste …….

    --

    Gewinnen ist nicht alles, gewinnen ist das einzige.
Ansicht von 15 Beiträgen - 1,306 bis 1,320 (von insgesamt 1,353)

Du musst angemeldet sein, um auf dieses Thema antworten zu können.