Out This Week / 1 June 2015

Robin Gibb / Saved By The Bell: Collected Works 1969-70

New ten-years-in-the-making three-CD set that captures the entire musical output of Robin Gibb over a 12-month period from 1969 to 1970. Read more

Simply Red / Big Love (new album)

Eleventh studio outing for Simply Red sees a return to a major label (East West / Warners). Big Love is being promoted via first ‘single’ Shine OnRead more

Florence & The Machine / How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (vinyl box)

New album from Florence (no mention of ‘The Machine’ on the front) is available across a number of formats, including this seven-inch box set. Read more

Various / The Man Who Sold The World: Live in London (vinyl LP)

Last autumn David Bowie bandmates, producer/bass player Tony Visconti and drummer Woody Woodmansey performed together for the first time since 1970 in a four date UK tour. They were joined by another Bowie collaborator Erdal Kizilcay and loads of guest stars (Glenn Gregory, Steve Norman, Marc Almond, Gary Kemp). This double live album contains 21 Bowie classics.

R.E.M. By MTV (blu-ray)

Fantastic R.E.M. documentary first included in the big REMTV set but now available separately on DVD and blu-ray. Read more

Mick Ronson / Heaven and Hull (LP)

First time on vinyl for Mick Ronson‘s posthumous album (originally issued in 1994). This features collaborations by David Bowie, Joe Elliott, and Ian Hunter and others.

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