Record Store Day Is A-Comin’!

 

 

Technically, Black Friday,
November, at your favorite local indie store..

 

By Fred Mills

 

As the good folks at RecordStoreDay.com hasten to point out,
Friday, November 26, is NOT an official Record Store Day, at least not like the
one they coordinate nationwide across the indie retail sector each April. They’re
just referring to it as “Black Friday.” But it IS going to be a day when you
can find some fairly nifty exclusives.

 

So assuming you’re actually insane enough to go shopping the
day after Thanksgiving – we’ll be out hiking ourselves and will steer clear of
the malls and supercenters, but may have to find a way to swing by the record
shop at least – below is a shortlist of some of those goodies you should keep
your eyes peeled for. You can find the full list of releases at the Record
Store Day website,
and they even have the list available in PDF form (including
notes on the releases and the quantities that have been manufactured) that you
can print out.

 

 

Highlights:

 

Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – I Learned The Hard Way
(11 7″ singles, w/unreleased non-album material)

 

Bob Dylan – The Ties They Are A Changin’ / Like A Rolling
Stone 7″

 

Roky Erickson/The Black Angels – Night Of the Vampire DVD

 

Ting-Tings – Hands / Hands 7″ colored vinyl

 

Scala & Kolacny Brothers – Dawn EP

 

Metallica – Live AT Grimey’s CD / 10″

 

U2 – Wide Awake in Europe 3-song
12″

 

Tom Petty – Nowhere / Surrender 7″

 

Gaslight Anthem – Tumblin’ Dice 7″ colored vinyl

 

Grinderman – Heathen Child 12″

 

Cee Lo Green – Fuck You 12″

 

Iron & Wine – Walking Far From Home CD and 12″

 

Black Crowes – Live 10″ picture disc

 

Drive-By Truckers – The Thanksgiving Filter / Used to Be A
Cop 7″

 

Bruce Springsteen – Save My Love / Because the Night 7″

 

Jimi Hendrix – Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 10″
colored vinyl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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