#BFRSD22 New Vinyl Thursday

It’s #BFRSD22 New Vinyl Thursday at The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven. Check out this week’s list of new vinyl arrivals:

ABBA – Gold: Greatest Hits

ABBA – Super Trouper

AC/DC – Back in Black

Adrian Quesada – Jaguar Sound (Blue Colored Vinyl)

Al di Meola – KISS MY AXE (Gatefold LP Jacket)

Alice Coltrane – Ptah The El Daoud (Verve By Request Series)

Aretha Franklin – Greatest Hits

Ari Lennox – Age/ Sex/ Location (Blue Colored Vinyl)

Beyoncé – B’day

Black Sabbath – Master of Reality

Blink 182 – Nine (140 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)

Bobby Hutcherson – Stick-Up!(Blue Note Tone Poet Series)

Bright Eyes – Digital Ash In A Digital Urn

Broken Bells – Into The Blue (Clear Vinyl, Purple Indie Exclusive)

The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds [Stereo] (180 Gram Vinyl)

The Beatles – Abbey Road Anniversary (1LP)

The Beatles – Rubber Soul (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered, Reissue)

Billy Strings – Me/and/Dad (Indie Exclusive, Limited Edition, Colored Vinyl, Black, Smoke & Yellow Versions)

Weekly Review:

A.P. Carter arranged the lyrics to the song “Wandering Boy” nearly 100 years ago, but they could apply
to Strings’ early life as a boy who left home at 13 and used hard drugs and alcohol heavily. The first
verse tells of a boy alone, cold and far from home. The song’s poignant significance is obvious in a
snippet of conversation preserved after the performance on Billy Strings’ fifth album, Me/and/Dad.
While Me/and/Dad is for the most part a joyous celebration of the music Terry Barber first shared with
Strings, his son, when he was a toddler, the undercurrent of melancholy makes the performances even
sweeter. Helping the pair out are some of today’s best bluegrass musicians, including Jerry Douglas on
dobro, Jason Carter and Michael Cleveland on fiddles and the McCoury brothers Ron and Rob on
mandolin and banjo, respectively.
The ensemble romp through 14 classics, written by legends Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs,
Doc Watson and even George Jones. The performances are comfortable and lived-in – Strings literally
grew up playing these songs with Barber – but also heart-felt and energetic. At just 45 minutes,
Me/and/Dad is the perfect primer to introduce your friends to bluegrass music and Strings and also fall
in love with the performers and genre all over again. -Joel Francis

Bon Iver – For Emma Forever Ago

Bruce Springsteen – Only The Strong Survive (Indie Exclusive, Orange Colored Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket, Poster)

Cocteau Twins -Heaven or Las Vegas (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Chronicle

Daft Punk – Alive 2007

Daft Punk – Homework (Remixes) (Limited Edition, 140 Gram Vinyl)

Daft Punk – Random Access Memories (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)

Deftones – Diamond Eyes (Digital Download Card)

Deftones – Gore

Deftones – Deftones

Dolly Parton – Diamonds & Rhinestones: The Greatest Hits Collection

Dolly Parton – Jolene (140 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

Domi & JD Beck – Not Tight

Dry Cleaning – Stumpwork (Booklet, Gatefold LP Jacket)

The Doors – Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine

Elvin Jones – Revival: Live at Pookie’s Pub

Weekly Review:

Jazz drummer Elvin Jones made his name as the rhythmic cornerstone in John Coltrane’s classic quartet
from 1960 to 1966. Coltrane had passed just two weeks before the show captured on Revival: Live at
Pookie’s Pub.
Recorded in a small New York City club in the summer of 1967, this three-LP set rescues more than two
hours of material from the archives. The sound is a bit distant, but the fire in the performances makes
them worth hearing.
Encompassing just nine songs, Jones gives his ensemble plenty of room to stretch out, most of the songs
hover around 20 minutes. Jones is the unquestioned leader of the quartet, but tenor saxophonist Joe
Farrell is prominent, admirably filling some very large shoes. (Farrell was later a member of Chick
Corea’s Return to Forever.)
The set includes two songs from the Coltrane songbook, “Oleo” and “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise.”
Farrell switches to flute for the later number, providing a different perspective than what Jones and
Coltrane cooked up on the legendary Live at the Village Vanguard album just a few years prior, in 1962.
Although Jones carved out a nice solo career both during his time in Coltrane’s ensemble and later,
Revival is an excellent chance to hear this powerful drummer lead a powerful live set on his own,
emerging from the shadow of his longtime friend and collaborator. -Joel Francis

The Flaming Lips – The Soft Bulletin

Flaming Lips – Oh My Gawd ….. The Flaming Lips

Fleetwood Mac – Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

Fleetwood Mac – Tusk (2LP)

Golden Earring – You Know We Love You (Limited Edition, 180 Gram Vinyl, Gold Colored Vinyl)

Greg Foat – Symphonie Pacique (Digital Download Card)

Green Day – Dookie (180 Gram Vinyl)

Green Day – American Idiot (180 Gram Vinyl, Poster)

The HU – Rumble Of Thunder – Fruit Punch (Colored Vinyl, 180 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)

Incubus – A Crow Left Of The Murder

Iris DeMent – Infamous Angel (Indie Exclusive, Brown Colored Vinyl)

Jane’s Addiction – Nothing’s Shocking (180 Gram Vinyl)

Jeff Buckley – Grace (180 Gram Vinyl)

Jeff Parker – Mondays At The Enfield Tennis Academy

Jeff Parker – New Breed

Joey Badass – 1999 – Purple In Tan Color (Purple, Tan Colored Vinyl)

Joni Mitchell – Blue (Indie Exclusive, Clear Vinyl)

Kendra Morris – Nine Lives

Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly

Lee Fields – Sentimental Fool

The Lords of Altamont – Altamont Sin (Orange, White Colored Vinyl)

Lingua Ignota – Sinner Get Ready (Gatefold LP Jacket, Digital Download Card)

Lauryn Hill – Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Leon Bridges – Coming Home (180 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

La’verne Washington – The Promise / I Found What I’ve Been Searching For

MF Doom – Operation Doomsday

Mac Miller – Circles (Clear Vinyl, Poster)

Madonna – Immaculate Collection

Metallica -Master Of Puppets (Remastered)

Metallica – Ride the Lightning (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)

Michael Jackson – Invincible (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Michael Jackson – HIStory: Continues (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Michael Jackson – Dangerous (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Michael Jackson – Bad (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Michael Jackson – Off The Wall (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Michael Jackson – Thriller (Picture Disc)

Michael Jackson – Thriller (Gatefold LP Jacket)

Miles Davis – Steamin (180 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition)

My Chemical Romance – Black Parade

Monophonics – Sage Motel (iex) (Transparent Orange w/ Black Swirl, Indie Exclusive)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse – World Record (Indie Exclusive, Color Vinyl)

Ozzy Osbourne – Blizzard Of Ozz (Picture Disc Vinyl, Remastered)

PJ Harvey – B-Sides, Demos & Rarities (Boxed Set)

Pat Martino – Baiyina (Orange Colored Vinyl)

Pink Floyd – A Saucerful Of Secrets (Limited Edition, 180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered, Mono Sound)

Pretty Boy Floyd – Live On The Sunset Strip – Pink/ black Splatter (Colored Vinyl, Pink, Black, Bonus Tracks)

The Plains – I Walked With You A Ways (Indie Exclusive, Pink, Clear Vinyl)

Prince – 1999 (150 Gram Vinyl)

Prince – Prince and the Revolution Live (Booklet, 150 Gram Vinyl, Remastered, Photo Cards, Download Insert)

Prince – The Hits 1 (150 Gram Vinyl)

Prince – The Hits 2 (150 Gram Vinyl)

Prince – Purple Rain (Picture Disc Vinyl)

Queen – A Night At The Opera (180 Gram Vinyl)

Queen – Greatest Hits

Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Blacknuss

Ride – 4 Eps – Ltd White Vinyl [Import] (White Colored Vinyl, Limited Edition)

The Reverend Horton Heat – Liquor in the Front (Colored Vinyl, Limited Edition)

The Reverend Horton Heat – The Full Custom Gospel Sounds Of… (Colored Vinyl, Limited Edition)

The Stooges – The Stooges (Colored Vinyl, Brown, Brick & Mortar Exclusive)

Samara Joy – Linger Awhile

Siouxsie & Banshees – Paradise In San Francisco: California Hall, 26th November 1980 Fm Broadcast (Yellow Colored Vinyl)

Sir Lord Baltimore – Kingdom Come

Steely Dan – Can’t Buy A Thrill (180 Gram Vinyl)

The Strokes – The New Abnormal (180 Gram Vinyl, Poster, Download Insert)

Sofi Tukker – Wet Tennis (Colored Vinyl, Picture Disc Vinyl, Limited Edition, Indie Exclusive)

Steve Lacy – Gemini Rights

Weekly Review:

The second album from R&B multi-hyphenate Steve Lacy is his strongest project to date. While Lacy’s
previous projects have been solitary works created on an iPhone or laptop, on Gemini Rights, Lacy
embraces the studio’s potential and help from other artists.
Vocalist Foushee is Lacy’s most prominent foil, receiving writing credits on half of the album’s 10 tracks
and duetting with Lacy on “Sunshine.” Despite the upbeat title and buoyant beat, “Sunshine” finds the
singers picking over the wreckage of a relationship before an extended coda that recalls Stevie Wonder
kicks in.
Lacy returns to the theme of heartbreak throughout Gemini Rights. On opening track “Static,” Lacy
asserts his bisexuality declaring he’s “looking for a bitch because I’m over boys” in abstract verses that
reference drug use and sex toys. By the time the album ends, 35 minutes later, on “Give You the World,”
Lacy is chastened by his soul searching, asking for another chance.
Much like his zodiac sign referenced in the title, Lacy keeps the album moving quickly, with a versatile
style that encompasses not only classic pop, funk and soul, but also hip hop and jazz. Even when the
verses are cold, Lacy’s production is warm and inviting. The result is an impressive slab of adventurous
R&B that continues to reveal new layers with each listen. -Joel Francis

Tame Impala – Currents

Taylor Swift – Midnights [Blood Moon Edition]

Taylor Swift – Midnights (Moonstone Blue Edition)

Taylor Swift – Midnights (Jade Green Edition)

Tyler The Creator – Flower Boy (150 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)

T. Rex – Electric Warrior(180 Gram Vinyl)

Talking Heads – Remain In Light (White Colored Vinyl, 140 Gram Vinyl, Brick & Mortar Exclusive)

Ted Curson – Pop Wine

Ted Curson – The New Thing & the Blue Thing

Tom Petty & Heartbreakers – Live at the Fillmore, 1997 (6LP Deluxe Boxed Set)

Tom Petty & Heartbreakers – Live at the Fillmore, 1997 (3LP)

Tom Petty – Greatest Hits

Twenty One Pilots – Blurryface (Colored Vinyl, Silver)

Type O Negative – Origin Of The Feces (Deluxe Edition)

Various Artists – Life Moves Pretty Fast – The John Hughes Mixtapes (Boxed Set, 140 Gram Vinyl, Red Colored Vinyl)

The Velvet Underground – Collected

The Who – Greatest Hits (Limited Edition, Red Colored Vinyl)

Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2022 Remaster)(White Colored Vinyl, Remastered)

RSD Black Friday Preview:

While the day after Thanksgiving used to mean stumbling out of a tryptophan coma long enough to bop
your neighbor over the head for a Cabbage Patch Kid or Beanie Baby, most Black Friday sales have
migrated online.

Thankfully, the Black Friday edition of Record Store Day still provides a reason to leave the house early
and bond with fellow music lovers. Seventh Heaven has ordered every RSD title and will have them
priced below retail. The store will open at 7 a.m. with several measures in place to keep both you and
staff safe.

Here are 10 RSD releases dropping this Friday I’m excited about. Don’t forget to grab some tasty treats
after checking out.

Appleseed Cast – Sagarmatha (2xLP, limited to 5,000 copies)

David Bowie – The Next Day Extra (12” EP, limited to 11,850 copies)

Ahmad Jamal – Emerald City Nights: Live at the Penthouse (1963-1964) (2xLP, limited to 3,000 copies)

Jay Dee (aka Dilla) – Yancey Boys Instrumentals (2xLP, limited to 2,000 copies)

Fleetwood Mac – The Alternate Collection (LP box set, limited to 9,000 copies)

Lonnie Mack with Stevie Ray Vaughan – Strike Like Lightning (LP, limited to 1,500 copies)
Willie Nelson – Live at Budokan (2xLP, limited to 9,100 copies)

Jaco Pastorius – Truth, Liberty & Soul – Live In NYC: The Complete 1982 NPR Jazz Alive! Recording (3xLP,
limited to 2,000 copies)

Keith Richards – Main Offender/Winos Live ’92 (2xCassette, limited to600 copies)

Various Artists – Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC (DVD+CD, limited to1,500 copies)

-Joel Francis


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