RECORD STORE DAY 2016: DAVID BOWIE, FLEETWOOD MAC AND BOB DYLAN LEAD RELEASES

pg-6-record-store-day-1-gettyThis year’s Record Store Day release schedule is as extensive as ever, with dozens of exclusive LPs, EPs and Singles being released on the special day.

Leading the schedule is a double re-release from the late great David Bowie, with two picture discs being released, including a 7” version of Station to Station single ‘TVC15’ and 1970’s LP The Man Who Sold The World.

Other big releases come from Fleetwood Mac, who are releasing an ‘alternate’ version of Tusk, Bob Dylan, who is putting out four tracks from his upcoming album Fallen Angels, and a restored version of Jimi Hendrix’s Smash Hits.

Many more modern artists putting out material include Florence + the Machine, releasing the single Delilah backed by a cover of Neil Young’s ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart’, Chvrches, releasing a remix EP, and Foals are putting out their cover of Mark Ronson’s Daffodils, backed by the previously unreleased ‘Rain’. Record Store Day 2016 takes place on the 16 April.

For the full article: Independent

 

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