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In The News: Posies, Swans, Hot Hot Heat, Allen Ginsberg, Rolling Stones, Nite Jewel, Bonnie Billy, Joseph Arthur, Bun E. Carlos And More

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The first album from the Posies in six years, Solid States, is set for a May 20 release on MyMusicEmpire. The band will play a series of “secret” shows across the U.S. leading up to the release … Young God/Mute will issue the new Swans record, The Glowing Man, on June 17 … Jeff Beck has announced the July 12 release of his book BECK01 from Genesis Publications, as well as the July 15 release of a new as-yet-untitled studio album. He’ll be touring this summer alongside Buddy Guy … On June 24, the final (and self-titled) album from Hot Hot Heat will be available from Kaw-Liga … The Last Word On First Blues is the first boxed set of Allen Ginsberg as a singer/songwriter. Due out from Omnivore on May 20, the three-disc set will contain the original First Blues recordings, 11 unissued performances, demos and more … Eagle Rock will issue Totally Stripped, which features the Rolling Stones creating stripped-down versions of their favorite tracks, on June 3 … The latest album from Nite Jewel, Liquid Cool, is due out June 10 via Gloriette … Bonnie Billy’s 2000 album More Revery will be reissued by Temporary Residence Ltd. on May 6 … June 3 will see the release of The Family, Joseph Arthur’s new album, via True North … Greetings From Bunezuela! is the new solo album from Cheap Trick’s Bun E. Carlos, set for a June 24 release on Entertainment One … The 30th anniversary of Book Of Love’s eponymous debut album will be celebrated on July 1 with the release of MMXVI: Book Of Love–The 30th Anniversary Collection via Sire/Rhino … Jagjaguwar will issue the new Moonfaced And Siinai record, My Best Human Face, on June 3.

—Emily Costantino

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Early Days With Miles Davis

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To get in the mood to go see Don Cheadle’s much anticipated big-screen feature Miles Ahead, it seemed appropriate to dust off all the well-used early Miles Davis CDs from the archives to offer some background on a man who straddled the world of 20th-century jazz like a mythical titan. So here’s a stroll through Davis’ early career, before he went on to retool his sound with such crackling, latter-day works as In A Silent Way, Tribute To Jack Johnson, On The Corner, Someday My Prince Will Come, Bitches Brew and others.

The earliest tracks with Davis in the band must have been the 1945 bebop sides he cut with Charlie Parker for the Savoy label. You get the feeling that Miles, just a 19-year-old kid out of St. Louis at the time, was an occasional substitute for Parker’s primary trumpet player, Dizzy Gillespie, whose upbeat style was more in tune with bop’s often frenzied pace.

Someone at the time referred to Miles’ work back then as “lugubrious.” Hopefully, this moron’s record-reviewing credentials were revoked long ago. The best early Parker/Davis collaboration was a tune called “Now’s The Time,” which was meaty enough to serve as fuel for a later scat version by vocal trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross.

By 1949, Davis was heading a groundbreaking nine-man lineup that included tuba and french horn along with the more conventional jazz instrumentation, for a 78-rpm album (LPs hadn’t made the scene yet) called Birth Of The Cool. No idea who tagged these sessions as “cool,” but it probably wasn’t Davis, who never thought much of the term “jazz,” let alone cutting something dubbed as “cool.” Some of the spacious, at times lush, arrangements for these sessions were penned by Gil Evans (no relation to pianist Bill Evans, who would contribute heavily in a melodic-yet-moody way to Davis’ fabled 1959 LP Kind Of Blue, 10 years later). Gil Evans, whose NYC apartment would be used for Davis’ band to hang out, would add similar framing for later LPs Miles would cut for Columbia, including Miles Ahead and Sketches Of Spain.

The earliest Miles Davis Quintet records are essential to understanding the man’s genius. Going by titles like Cookin’, Steamin’, and Workin’, they were all tracked in 1956 by the same band: Davis on trumpet, John Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano with bass and drums handled by Paul Chambers and “Philly” Joe Jones, respectively. The material ranges from Broadway ballads (“Surrey With The Fringe On Top”) and bebop re-imagined (“Salt Peanuts”) to angular flights (Thelonoius Monk’s “Well You Needn’t”) and lacy revelations (“It Never Entered My Mind” and “In Your Own Sweet Way”), the latter pair with Miles on his trademark Harmon mute.

Davis was advised by a few dimwits to fire Garland, whom they derided as a “cocktail pianist.” True enough, Garland frequently employed block chords—you’ll know when you hear them—in his improvisations, but he was the perfect fit for Davis’ ear for melody. A budding young tenor sax man who was just beginning to reach his potential, Coltrane had a few awkward moments on the sweeter ballad treatments, but he could play with anybody on more up-tempo material, such as jazz standard “Four.”

When Davis left Prestige for the more prestigious Columbia imprint in the late ’50s, it broadened his audience considerably. And it was the label that would release what is generally considered Davis’ most impressive longplayer in 1959, Kind Of Blue. Questioned many times about it over the years, Davis always ranked it as just another stop along the way, nothing out of the ordinary. But there is something special about it, under heavy play over the years.

It probably has something to do with it being one of the horn legend’s first LPs where he and his band—Coltrane, alto sax man Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, pianists Evans and Wynton Kelly, along with Chambers on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums—tried something new to jazz. The modal system, first popularized by George Russell, relied less on employing a song’s original chord progression and more on a certain minor or major scale, giving the player more choices on which to improvise.

And this is where I come in. I was fortunate enough to get myself up to San Francisco’s Blackhawk Club at the corner of Turk and Hyde in the spring of ’59 where the Davis sextet was booked for one week. As a young kid, I had no idea who was playing with him. I hit the jackpot. It was Coltrane, Adderley, Kelly, Chambers and Cobb—the same personnel (with the omission of Bill Evans) that had just recorded Kind Of Blue, an album I hadn’t heard yet. The cover charge to get in was something like $1.50, and you had to buy two drinks per set at 85 cents each. That meant you were expected to give the waitress a dollar and tell her to keep the change. I know, I know, hard to believe.

The first set started at 8 p.m. on the dot. They would play for 45 minutes, then get 15 minutes off. Last set, of the six they would play, began at 1 a.m., but I was long gone by then. Miles and Coltrane never said a word, and Davis played most of the time facing the back of the tiny stage. Introductions to the material were left up to Cannonball, a genial sort who seemed to enjoy the task.

Like most of the audience, Davis was dressed in a sports jacket and tie. You wouldn’t think of going to an S.F. club in Levi’s. Just wouldn’t do. Not that the Blackhawk was anything fancy. The owner was quoted, back then, as saying he’d “labored for years to keep his place a sewer.” I don’t know—it seemed like the coolest joint I’d ever been in.

In the mid-’60s, I lived 25 miles south of San Francisco’s North Beach nightclub district. Which meant I was able to catch great performances by the original Coltrane Quartet, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Lee Konitz, Jackie McLean, Gerry Mulligan, Thelonious Monk, Shelly Manne, the Modern Jazz Quartet, Oscar Peterson, John Handy, Art Pepper, Mose Allison, Ornette Coleman, Archie Shepp and Coltrane’s new band with Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane, Jimmy Garrison and Rashied Ali.

Wouldn’t trade those early jazz days for anything.

—Jud Cost

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In The News: Miles Davis, Highwaymen, Spain, Low Anthem, Paul McCartney, Steve Earle And More

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Prestige Records will honor the late Miles Davis’ 90th birthday with the release of The Complete Prestige 10-Inch LP Collection on May 13 … The Highwaymen Live: American Outlaws is a deluxe three-CD/one-DVD boxed set featuring concert performances by the Highwaymen (a.k.a country’s first supergroup, comprised of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson). It’s due out May 20 via Columbia/Legacy … The sixth studio album from Spain, Carolina, will be available from Diamond Soul on June 3 … The Low Anthem’s fourth full-length, Eyeland, is set for a June 17 release via Washington Square … On June 10, a career-spanning collection of 67 Paul McCartney tracks curated by McCartney himself will be released by Concord. Pure McCartney will be available in multiple formats and contain work from his solo career, Wings and Fireman … Warner Bros. has announced the April 8 release of the soundtrack to Everybody Wants Some, the upcoming film by Richard Linklater, which features tracks by Van Halen, the Cars, the Knack, Blondie and more … The four albums Steve Earle recorded with MCA Records—Guitar Town, Exit 0, Cooperhead Road and The Hard Way—have been remastered and will be issued on vinyl on May 6 … Hollow Bones is the fifth album from Rival Sons, due out June 10 on Earache … Odonis Odonis will release new album Post Plague on June 17 via Felte … April 22 will see the release of Paul Kelly’s Seven Sonnets & A Song, a mini-album featuring six Shakespeare sonnets as well as a song from Twelfth Night, from Gawd Aggie/Cooking Vinyl America … Omnivore Recordings will reissue two albums by the Blind Boys Of Alabama, Spirit Of The Century and Higher Ground, as expanded versions on May 13.

—Emily Costantino

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Win A Copy Of The New Phil Collins Vinyl Boxed Set!

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Warner Music is celebrating Phil Collins’ solo career throughout 2016 with the “Take A Look At Me Now” retrospective campaign. During the year, the label is releasing deluxe, expanded and remastered editions of all Collins’ solo albums. Each release includes a remastered version of the original album on audiophile vinyl and expanded two-CD sets with a bonus disc of select demos and b-sides, plus plenty of live versions of the featured songs—something Collins has said he hopes gives fans a chance to see how to the music developed over time. Collins has updated the old album covers with contemporary photos of himself. In addition to the individual albums, there are also special LP and CD collector’s versions, where fans can fill the boxes with the various releases as they are released all year. The campaign launched in January with Both Sides Now and Face Value albums, followed by Hello, I Must Be Going and Dance Into The Light in February. Remastered and expanded versions of Testify and the 12 million-selling No Jacket Required are due April 15.

All you need to do is be the first person to email us to win a copy of the vinyl boxed set. Send the email to magnetmag@aol.com, and be sure to put “Phil Collins Contest” in the subject line.

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In The News: We Are Scientists, Fitz And The Tantrums, Beach Boys, Ladyhawke, Rooney, Rufus Wainwright, Biffy Clyro, Goo Goo Dolls And More

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Helter Seltzer is We Are Scientists’ fifth album, due out digitally April 22 and physically June 3 via 100% Records. The band will tour the U.K. and U.S. this spring in support … Fitz And The Tantrums have announced the June 10 release of new self-titled album on Elektra … The 50th birthday of the Beach Boys’ iconic Pet Sounds will be celebrated with the release of a four-CD/Blu-ray collector’s edition on June 10 from Capitol/UMe … Polyvinyl will issue the new Ladyhawke record, Wild Things, on June 3 … On May 6, Rooney will return after a six-year hiatus with Washed Away via Beachwood Park Music. The band has also announced several U.S. dates in May … Rufus Wainwright’s first two releases, Rufus Wainwright and Poses, will each be reissued as two-LP vinyl editions by Geffen/UMe on May 6 … Ellipsis, the latest release from Biffy Clyro, is due out July 8 via Warner Bros./14th Floor … Eagle Vision with Interscope & KIDinaKORNER will release Smoke + Mirrors Live, a live concert film featuring Imagine Dragons, on multiple formats on June 3 … Sam Genders and Mike Lindsay (both members of Tunng) have teamed up to form Throws, and will issue their self-titled debut album on June 10 via Thrill Jockey … May 6 will see the release of the new Goo Goo Dolls album, Boxes, via Warner Bros. The band will kick off a summer headlining tour in July … Trashcan Sinatras will release their sixth studio album, Wild Pendulum, via Red River on May 13 … 2 is the aptly titled second album from Tom Petty’s Mudcrutch, due out from Reprise on May 20.

—Emily Costantino

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In The News: Guided By Voices, Tegan And Sara, Half Japanese, Avett Brothers, Ziggy Marley, Scream, Melody Gardot, Grateful Dead And More

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Please Be Honest is the new Guided By Voices album, due out from GBV Inc. on April 22. The band has also announced a handful of North American tour dates following the release … The two Trio albums recorded by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris have been newly remastered and will be available as a three-disc set, complete with rare and unreleased material, on September 9 via Rhino … Norah Jones, Aimee Mann, Susanna Hoffs, Neko Case, Lydia Loveless and Brian May all appear on the same song, “One Voice,” which will appear in the documentary A Dog Named Gucci. The track will be available April 16 (Record Store Day) on 12-inch vinyl and digitally on April 19. All proceeds will go to various animal charities … Warner Bros. will issue Tegan And Sara’s eighth studio album, Love You To Death, on June 3 … On April 16, the final installment of the Half Japanese boxed set series, Volume 4: 1997-2001, will be released by Fire Records … True Sadness, the new album by the Avett Brothers, is set for a June 24 release via American/Repulbic. The band will kick off a North American tour next month … Metric’s Joshua Winstead has announced the June 3 release of his debut solo album, MMXX, via Royal Cut … The new self-titled studio album from Ziggy Marley will be released by Tuff Gong on May 20 … Dischord will reissue the long out-of-print final album by Scream, Fumble, this spring … On May 6, Melody Gardot’s first-ever live DVD, Live At The Olympia Paris, will be available from Eagle Rock … The soundtrack to Everybody Wants Some, the upcoming Richard Linklater film, will be released by Warner Bros. on April 8. It features tracks by Van Halen, the Cars, the Knack, Blondie and many more … July 1978: The Complete Recordings is a limited-edition, 12-disc boxed set containing five unreleased Grateful Dead concerts, due out May 13 from Rhino … In other Grateful Dead news, 4AD has announced the May 20 release of Day Of The Dead, a tribute benefiting the Red Hot Organization. The compilation is nearly six hours long and features appearances by Bruce Hornsby & DeYarmond Edison, Fucked Up, the War On Drugs, Phosphorescent, Jenny Lewis and more … Al Jarreau’s 1993 performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival will be released on CD for the first time on April 15 via Eagle Rock … Legacy has announced its collectible vinyl releases for Record Store Day 2016, including titles by Big Star, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Matthew Sweet and more.

—Emily Costantino

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In The News: Beth Orton, Melvins, Bat For Lashes, Adam Green, Garbage, Edward Sharpe, Wolf Parade, Miles Davis, ANONHI And More

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On May 27, Beth Orton’s Kidsticks will be released by Anti- … Dolly Parton has announced a 2016 North American tour, her first in more than 25 years, which will accompany the release of a new double-disc album, Pure & Simple With Dolly’s Biggest HitsBasses Loaded is the new album from the Melvins, due out June 3 via Ipecac. It will feature six different bassists, including Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic, Redd Kross’ Steve McDonald, Butthole Surfers’ J.D. Pinkus, and more … Parlophone/Warner Bros. Records will issue The Bride, the new album by Bat For Lashes, on July 1 … Macaulay Culkin, Natasha Lyonne, Devendra Banhart, Har Mar Superstar, and more will appear in Adam Green’s modern-day version of Aladdin, with Green starring as the titular character. The film will be out April 15, with a world tour kicking off on April 5 … The seventh studio album by Peter Bjorn And John, Breakin’ Point, will be available on June 10 via INGRID … June 3 will see the release of Ladyhawke’s third album, Wild Things, on Polyvinyl … Garbage has announced the June 10 release of Strange Little Birds on Stunvolume … Detour, the 11th studio album by Cyndi Lauper, is due out from Sire on May 6, and features Lauper’s take on a dozen classic country songs … You can pay what you want for They Might Be Giants’ new album, Phone Power, which is available now via the band’s own Idlewild Recordings. The band will kick off a U.S. tour later this month in support … PersonA, the fourth album by Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, will be previewed on a tour across North America beginning on April 2 … Parlophone will honor the late David Bowie this Record Store Day with two exclusive releases: the 40th anniversary edition of TVC15 and The Man Who Sold The World with alternative German-only cover artwork. Following on May 20 will be the 40th anniversary release of Changesonebowie … The acclaimed first album by Wolf Parade, Apologies To The Queen Mary, will be reissued by Sub Pop as a deluxe three-disc version on May 13 … May 26 would have been Miles Davis’ 90th birthday, and to celebrate, Columbia/Legacy Recordings will release two special projects: Miles Ahead: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (due out April 1), and Everything’s Beautiful, which will feature reimagined interpretations of classic Davis songs by Robert Glasper (due out May 27) … Jan St. Werner’s new album, Felder, will be available April 1 via Thrill Jockey … Live From A&R Studios: New York, August 26, 1971 is the new release from the Allman Brothers Band, which is set for an April 1 release through the band’s Allman Brothers Band Recording Company … Eagle Rock has announced the April 22 release of Rainbow’s Monsters Of Rock: Live At Donington 1980 on DVD, CD and digital formats … Antony And The Johnsons’ ANONHI will release a new solo album, Hopelessness, on May 6 via Secretly Canadian/Rough Trade … The sixth full-length from Sonny & The Sunsets, Moods Baby Moods, is due out from Polyvinyl on May 27 … Bad Company’s first-ever live album featuring the band’s original lineup, Live In Concert 1977 & 1979, will be available from Rhino on April 29.

—Emily Costantino

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In The News: Replacements, Kills, M83, Elliott Smith, Coathangers, Rufus Wainwright And More

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Rhino will release the highly anticipated companion to last year’s Replacements boxed set on March 29. The four-LP collection, The Sire Years, will contain all of the band’s albums from 1985-1990 … Ash & Ice is the newest album from the Kills, due out via Domino on June 3 … M83 has announced the April 8 release of Junk on Mute … A tribute album paying homage to the late Elliott Smith, Say Yes! A Tribute To Elliott Smith, is due out from American Laundromat on October 14. J Mascis, Amanda Palmer, Yuck, Juliana Hatfield, Mark Kozelek and more will appear on the record … On April 15, the Coathangers will release Nosebleed Weekend on Suicide Squeeze … Stax will issue the first new album in nine years from Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Call It What It Is, on April 8 … Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets is Rufus Wainwright’s celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The collection, due out on April 22 on Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music Classics and features appearances by Florence Welch, Helena Bonham Carter, William Shatner and more … David Bowie’s A Reality Tour will be released on vinyl for the first time as a limited-edition three-LP set from Friday Music on June 3 … A new collaborative album between Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs, case/lang/veirs, will be available June 17 via Anti-. An extensive U.S. tour will follow … April 15 will see the release of four classic Dixie Chicks albums—Wide Open Spaces, Fly, Home and Taking The Long Way—remastered on vinyl via Columbia/Legacy … 429 Records has announced the May 6 release of Pierced Arrow, the second album from the Rides, which features Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg … Get Off, the latest release from Bird Of Youth, is set for a May 20 release via Kiam … Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds will issue La Arana Es La Vida via In The Red on April 22 … The sophomore release from Eagulls, Ullages, will be out May 13 on Partisan … On May 6, Aloha will release Little Windows Cut Right Through via Polyvinyl … Absentee/Kobalt will issue the Boxer Rebellion’s Ocean By Ocean on April 29 … Charismo, the newest album from Hackensaw Boys, will be available on April 15 via Free Dirt.

—Emily Costantino

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In The News: Brian Eno, Har Mar Superstar, Tanya Donnelly, Arlo Guthrie, James, Cluster And More

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Warp Records has announced the April 29 release of Brian Eno’s new album, The ShipBest Summer Ever, the latest release from Har Mar Superstar, is due out April 15 via Cult. A North American tour will take place this spring in support … Minor Victories is a new band comprised of Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite, Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell, Editors’ Justin Lockey and his brother James Lockey. The band’s self-titled debut will be out via Fat Possum on June 3 … May 20 marks the release of Marissa Nadler’s new LP, Strangers, via Sacred Bones … The self-titled debut album from Those Pretty Wrongs, a collaboration between Big Star’s Jody Stephens and the Freewheeler’s Luther Russell, will be available from Ardent/Burger on May 13 … Swan Song Series is a three-disc collection by Tanya Donnelly (Breeders, Throwing Muses, Belly) that features collaborations with the likes of Rick Moody, Robyn Hitchcock, John Wesley Harding and more. It’s due out on CD on May 20 and on vinyl on September 2 … Sub Pop will issue Arbor Labor Union’s I Hear You on May 13 … Arlo Guthrie has just released Alice’s Restaurant 50th Anniversary Massacre on Rising Son. It’s a two-disc live recording of PBS’s broadcast of a performance at The Colonial Theatre … On May 13, the So So Glos will release Kamikaze via Votiv Music … The newest album from Gold Panda, Good Luck And Do Your Best, is due out from City Slang on May 27 … Girl At The End Of The World is the 14th studio album from James, set for a Marcy 18 release via Factory … Leonard Skully will release the first new music from the Veldt in 20 years, The Shocking Fuzz Of Your Electric Fur: The Drake Equation mixtape EP, on March 18 … Blue Man Group’s third album, Three, will be available April 22 from Rhino … On April 1, Willie Nile’s new album, World War Willie, will be released by River House … The 30th anniversary of the Bevis Frond will be celebrated starting in April, when Fire reissues the band’s entire catalogue … A nine-disc boxed set containing the work of Cluster, Cluster 1971-1981, is due out April 8 via Bureau B.

—Emily Costantino

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In The News: Metallica, Lush, Aesop Rock, Feelies, Jayhawks, John Doe, Mr. Lif, ZZ Top And More

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Metallica has announced that it will reissue its first two LPs, Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning, on April 15. Both albums have been remastered and will be available in multiple formats: CD, vinyl and deluxe boxed set, which will include never-before-heard or seen material … The Blind Spot EP is the first new music from Lush in 20 years, due out April 22 via the band’s Edamame label … Rhymesayers will issue Aesop Rock’s new album, The Impossible Kid, on April 29 … The 23rd studio album by Eric Clapton, I Still Do, is set for a May 20 release via Bushbranch/Surfdog … On April 22, Hudson Bell will release Yerba Buena, his first album in six years, on Thirty Tigers … The Feelies’ third and fourth albums, Only Life and Time For A Witness, will be reissued by Bar/None on March 11. As a special Record Store Day release, the band will also issue a limited-edition 12-inch of four cover songs, Feelies UncoveredPaging Mr. Proust, the new album from the Jayhawks, will be available April 29 … FSE/UMe will continue the worldwide centennial celebration of Frank Sinatra with the release of six classic Sinatra albums on 180-gram vinyl. Out now is Songs For Swingin’ Lovers!, with Ring-A-Ding Ding! and That’s Life to follow February 26. All The Way is due out April 15, and Sinatra-Basie: An Historic Musical First and Sinatra At The Sands will be out May 6 … The latest LP from John Doe, The Westerner, is set for an April 29 release via Cool Rock/Thirty Tigers … On April 1, three Anthony Braxton boxed sets—Trillium J (The Non-Unconfessionables), Quintet (Tristano) 2014 and 3 Compositions (EEMHM) 2011—will be simultaneously released by the Tri-Centric Foundation and Firehouse 12 … Mr. Lif’s new concept album, Don’t Look Down, will be available from Mello Music Group on April 15 … Volume, Contrast, Brilliance…Unreleased & Rare Vol. 2 is a collection of previously unissued tracks by the Monochrome Set spanning 1978 to 1991, due out April 1 from Tapete … Prototyp Recording & Bang ehf via Sena ehf will issue Starwalker’s self-titled debut album April 1 … The first-ever feature-length documentary about ZZ Top is currently in the works by Banger Films in association with Eagle Rock. The filmmakers are asking fans to send rare visual material to zzfans@bangerfilms.com with the subject “ZZ Top Fan Submission” … In anticipation of the Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson’s upcoming new solo album, Eagle Rock will release expanded versions of three albums: Paper, Llama Blues (due out February 26), Through A Crooked Sun and Woodstock Sessions (out April 15).

—Emily Costantino

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