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Get ready for April 22 with a selection of records from this next edition of Record Store Day by Rolling Stone

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Tori Amos – Little Earthquakes B-Side

Brought together – and together for the first time, if not in an unofficial German version last year – with B-sides and other rarities from singles from Miss Amos’ debut album, Earthquake’s Everything But Lightweight (1992) .

Black Key Live Record Store DayThe Black Keys – Live at the Beachland Tavern on March 31, 2002

Quite simply, the pair’s first concert in Cleveland, Ohio, which Dan Auerbach brought from his archives for this tangerine orange vinyl reissue. No problem to fear for once but… eight juicy quarters for perfection!

David Bowie laughs at Liza's Discourage callDavid Bowie – Laughing With Liza – The Vocalian & Derham Singles 1964-1967

The excellent box set of five 45s reminds all who may have missed it that there was a… Before Bow-V was “Space Oddity” – one of the first incarnations of which we find here in the “Love You Till Tuesday” version.

Canned Head VintageCanned Heat – Vintage

The group’s sixth album, in 1970, proclaimed the color from this reunion banner: “Psychedelic Blues”. In 25 Minutes Flat, his mentors also had the chance to hone in on juicy covers by Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker and Elmore James.

Billy Joel - Live at the Great American Music HallBilly Joel – Live at the Great American Music Hall 1975

Offered in an anniversary box set two years ago, this bloody live performance of “Piano Man” reappears as a single for the occasion. Billy Joel at his best – including his Joe Cocker or Elton John impersonations – and one of the earliest iterations of his “New York State of Mind” standard.

Elton John - Don't Shoot Me I'm just a piano playerElton John – Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only A Pianist

“Crocodile Rock” and “Daniel” bring the best of the 1973 vintage from Sir Elton into the pantheon. On the album’s 50th anniversary, this red “splattered” double vinyl reissue gives pride of place on its second side, demo versions of original tracks.

Elvis Presley Burning LoveElvis Presley – Burning Love – The RCA Rehearsal

Assembled on two vinyls, the best of King’s 1972 tour includes four unreleased tracks or versions considered rare (“Heartbreak Hotel”, “Jailhouse Rock”). Elvis did not set foot in RCA Studios in Hollywood for ten years. It was late!

Tangerine Dream Record Store DayTangerine Dream – Live at the Palais des Congrès in 1978

3,000 copies and more on not one, but three two-tone wafers for this magnificent deluxe rolling box set, the group’s Parisian set, March 6, 1978, never offered on vinyl – not at its usual speed! – As far as. Wholesome text with biographical text and a certain “flatness”…

Thin Lizzy Live and DangerousThin Lizzy – Live and Dangerous at Hammersmith 14 November 1976

The frenzy of the first of three London concerts in mid-November 1976 plays out here in person, culled from a recent and influential reissue of Phil Lynott’s gang’s final live album, Live and Dangerous. “There’s not one thing I’d change about it,” guitarist Scott Gorham said recently. Let’s go then…

Yes, KnoxvilleYes – live at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium

Once upon a time, it was a terrific box set (14 CDs!) that retold all seven North American concerts of the 1972 “Close to the Edge” tour. This triple vinyl edition focuses exclusively on the Tennessee dates. Yes then its top, and you can hear it!

Xavier Bonnet

Find this selection Enter the record store In Rolling Stone n°151, available on newsstands and in our online store

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