Capitol Records will reissue the two studio works from Syd Barrett, The Madcap Laughs (1970), and Barrett (1970), as well as the 1988 compilation, Opel, with all three CDs planned for February 5 (UK), and February 26 (US). The albums are remastered and will contain bonus tracks. Fascinating. “So high you go, so low you creep…”
Savoy Records have announced the upcoming release of the new album from Boz Scaggs. The album is called Memphis and is expected for March 5. CD and LP.
Real Gone Music will release Fanny by the all-girl band, Fanny, on February 26.
Interscope Records will release Native from OneRepublic on March 26.
On April 16, Rounder Records will release The 78 Project from the band of the same name.
Hear Music will be releasing Maybe I’m Amazed, an album attributed to Wings, on the planned date of April 16. Not sure what this will end up being.
Concert One will release Let The Good Times Roll from Bill Wyman on DVD, with the expected date being March 19.
KScope will release The Raven That Refused to Sing from Steven Wilson on February 26 in both LP and CD formats.
Another DVD planned for release is Clockwork Angels Live featuring Rush, planned for
May 21 via Concord Records [Updated].
UMe will reissue Pink Moon by Nick Drake on vinyl LP with the expected release date set for February 26.
Frantic Records have announced the release of Rise Up from W.E.T. for February 26.
Legacy Recordings will issue vinyl LP for Sketches of Spain by Miles Davis as well as People, Hell & Angels by Jimi Hendrix, as well as Hendrix’s Are You Experienced, and Axis: Bold As Love. All LPs are set for March 5.