Carmine Appice Re-Issues Classic Album ‘Guitar Zeus’: ‘Nobody Knew’ (Feat. Brian May) 

Carmine Appice is without doubt, a rock god. He played drums for the legendary Vanilla Fudge (on ‘Season Of The Witch’ and ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’), and he co-wrote ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy’ with Rod Stewart and Duane Hitchings. He’s also, with Vanilla Fudge, responsible for paving the way for one of the most popular genres in rock: heavy metal, by way of bridging the gap between psychedelic and prog/hard rock. The likes of The Nice, Deep Purple, Yes, Styx, Led Zeppelin, and Uriah Heep, all credit “The Fudge” as their inspiration.

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The Beatles Announce New Limited Edition Collection Of Remastered Seven-Inch Vinyl Singles – ‘The Beatles: The Singles Collection’

Following the huge success of the re-release of ‘Abbey Road’, The Beatles have announced that their 46 singles will be released on 23 180-gram seven inch vinyl singles. ‘The Beatles: The Singles Collection’ is out on November 22nd through Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe.

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Five Of Janis Ian’s Best Albums To Be Released On All Formats 25 May Ahead Of Cambridge Folk Festival Appearance

Janis Ian spoke for many teens during that awkward phase where we were more than a girl but not yet a woman with the anthemic, ‘Seventeen’, released as a single from her 1975 album, ‘Between The Lines’. This album and four others, ‘Stars’ (1974), ‘Aftertones’ (1975), ‘Miracle Row’ (1977), and ‘Night Rains’ (1979), have been re-mastered and will be re-issued on all formats from May 25.

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Dreadzone Re-Issue Their Classic Album ‘Sound’

Electro-Dub pioneers Dreadzone are re-issuing their classic 2001 album ‘Sound’ on their own Dubwiser label. The album will be available on CD and digital download, and, for real music connoisseurs, there will also be a special double vinyl edition.

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