Out This Week / on 4 May 2018

Oleta Adams / Circle of One (2CD)

Oleta Adams‘ 1990 album features the big hit Get Here. Tears For FearsSeeds of Love team were at the helm, so this was produced by Roland Orzabal and Dave Bascombe, with songwriting contributions from Orzabal and Nicky Holland. This is a two-CD set with bonus B-sides and remixes, and I interviewed Oleta, Roland et al, for the sleeve notes. The signed copies available via the SDE shop (now sold out) will follow in a couple of weeks. Read more

Liz Phair / Girly Sound to Guyville

The 25th anniversary of Liz Phair‘s debut album sees Matador Records reissue it with the singer-songwriter’s early ‘Girly-Sound’ tapes on 7LP vinyl and three-CD. Read more

Gaz Coombes / The World’s Strongest Man (new album)

The third solo album from the ex-Supergrass frontman. The SDE shop has a few of the ‘indies-only’ PINK vinyl edition left. Read more

Cockney Rebel / reissues

Cockney Rebel‘s two albums (before they changed and became ‘Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel) have been newly remastered and these vinyl reissues are analogue cut. CD editions also available (neither formats have bonus tracks). Read more

Frank Sinatra / Standing Room Only (3CD box)

This new, official triple-CD package presents a trio of rare and previously unreleased Frank Sinatra concerts from the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s. Read more

Brian Eno / Music For Installations (box set)

Eno‘s bespoke high-concept ‘plexiglas’ super deluxe edition is ludicrously expensive, but this music is available in a standard six-CD package and as a 9LP vinyl box and those editions are priced more reasonably. Read more

Enigma / vinyl reissues

Nine Enigma albums repackaged and reissued on vinyl, including the debut, 1990’s

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Jean Michel Jarre / Revolutions (black vinyl)

Sony are reissuing a number of Jean Michel Jarre albums this week on 140g black vinyl including Revolutions, his ninth studio album, first released in August 1988.

Rita Coolidge / Safe in the Arms of Time (new album)

Rita Coolidge releases her 18th solo album. “The idea was making an album that had the same appeal of my early records – to make a roots record about my own roots,” she says.

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