..and they will be available from the 28th of November.
MILES DAVIS QUINTET – THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL. 1: LIVE IN EUROPE 1967 (5LP) – MOVLP421
'The Miles Davis' second great Quintet' with Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums) is laid bare on this release.
Culled from original television and radio sources this 5 LP box set spans three northern European festival performances. The shows consist entirely of previously unreleased material.
A 16-page booklet with liner notes by jazz-historian Ashley Kahn and superior packaging completes this amazing collector's item.
SANDY DENNY – 19TH RUPERT STREET (1LP) – MOVLP462
An album that will definitely fascinate Sandy devotees and interest Folk-aficionados. These home recordings of her and Alex Campbell are limited in audio quality, though the intimacy of these basic recordings is evident. She performs a number of tracks that are not available in any other versions, including a cover of "Fairytale Lullaby" (John Martyn). This release comes with a full colour insert.
NEIL DIAMOND – THE BANG YEARS: 1966 - 1968 (2LP) – MOVLP374
If there's a definitive introduction to Neil Diamond, it's 'The Bang Years: 1966-1968'. These 23 examples of raw talent, Pop songcraft and Rock attitude have easily stood the test of time. This double LP - re-mastered from mono audio- comes in a 5mm sleeve plus beautiful 12-page booklet.
Talk about a bang for your buck!
MARIANNE FAITHFULL – DANGEROUS ACQUAINTANCES (1LP) – MOVLP447
There are few people who can say they were discovered by The Rolling Stones, had a relationship with Mick Jagger and had several songs either inspired by or written about her: "You Can't Always Get What You Want" & "Wild Horses" by the Rolling Stones and "Carrie Anne" by The Hollies amongst them. Her own album 'Dangerous Acquaintances' is now being reissued for the first time since 1981. The album, whose title refers to the French novel 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' contains the song "For Beauty's Sake", which she co-wrote with Steve Winwood.
INXS – LISTEN LIKE THIEVES (1LP) – MOVLP450
'Listen Like Thieves' is generally considered as INXS' breakthrough album.
It includes three of their greatest songs: "What You Need", "Listen Like Thieves", and "Kiss the Dirt (Falling Down The Mountain)". INXS completes its transition into an excellent Rock & Roll singles band with this album. This record comes with a nice lyric sheet.
MILLENNIUM – BEGIN (1LP) – MOVLP439
The Millennium's 'Begin' can truly be described as a bona fide lost classic.
At the time this was the most expensive Rock album that Columbia Records had ever financed, 'Begin' proved to be too melodic for the emerging underground FM radio format and too avant-garde for AM Top 40. Although it didn't find a large audience at the time of its release, 'Begin' is an absolute necessity (or a wonderful rediscovery) for any fan of late-'60s psychedelia!
HAROLD MELVIN & THE BLUE NOTES – WAKE UP EVERYBODY (1LP) – MOVLP411
'Wake Up Everybody' from 1975 is filled with profound, uplifting & thought-provoking songs that are as valid today as much as they were in the 70's. Some of these songs are better known for their cover versions than their original ones, so it´s only appropriate to put out the real deal on Music On Vinyl. This first-ever vinyl reissue has a special bonus track: an 11-minute version of "Don't Leave Me This Way", remixed by the inventor of the 12" remix: mister Tom Moulton!
DAVE BRUBECK – COUNTDOWN: TIME IN OUTER SPACE (1LP) – MOVLP430
Dave Brubeck's 1962 masterpiece oozes his love for poly-rhythms & poly-tonality. 'Countdown: Time in Outer Space' is considered one of Brubeck's most adventurous albums and features the likes of Paul Desmond, Joe Morello and Eugene Wright.
Music On Vinyl is releasing 'Countdown: Time In Outer Space' for the first time since its original release!