Like any good family gathering it is always good to have too much rather than too little. And Jack always does a great job over ordering for Black Friday Record Store Day. Over 70 titles are still available. Check them out here before they are gone for good!
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We are ready! Are you? Our Black Friday Record Store Inventory is below. As you know by now, inventory IS VERY LOW for all of the titles. We expect some to be gone within minutes of opening. We have no way to reserve any of this. Black Friday will be FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. Our doors open at 8AM and we expect a line so be prepared and be early!
Terry Adams With NRBQTalk Thelonius Euclid Records 2 X LP
All Them Witches
Herb Alpert Christmas LP
Alan Parsons Project The Turn of A Friendly Card–The SinglesLegacy 7″
Animals as Leaders Animals as Leaders Prosthetic Records 2 X LP
The Arcs The Arcs vs. The Inventors Vol. 1 Nonesuch 10″
B52s Live 8-24-79 Rhino LP
Beck “Dreams” Capitol 12″
Jeff Beck Performing This Week… Live at Ronnie Scott’s Deluxe Limited Edition Eagle Records 3 X LP
Big Star Jesus Christ Omnivore 10″
David Bowie Earthling Friday Music LP
Boy and bear
Jeff Buckley/Sly and the Family Stone Everyday People Sony Legacy 7″
Buzzcocks Another Music In A Different Kitchen Rhino LP
The Cardigans Long Gone Before Daylight Fugitive Recordings LP
Johnny Cash Man in Black Live in Denmark 1971 Legacy 2 X LP
Chip Taylor with John Prine, Guy Clark and Jon Langford/Carrie Rodriguez 16 Angels Dancing ‘Cross The Moon Train Wreck Records 10″
Circles Around the Sun
The Clash The Clash Legacy LP
Coheed and Cambria The Color Before The Sun (Official Band Demos) Atlantic 12″
Phil Collins In the Air Tonight Rhino 7″
Dave Matthews Band Live Trax Vol 5 Vinyl Box Bama Rags Recordings 4 x LP
Deerhoof Fever 121614 Polyvinyl Records LP
The Dictators The Next Big Thing EP–Andrew W.K. 2015 Remixes & Studio Outtakes Real Gone Music 10″
Dressy Bessy Lady Liberty Yep Roc Records 7″
Earth, Wind & Fire The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire Vol. 1 Legacy LP
Eazy E Merry Muthaphuckkin’ Xmas Priority Records 7″
Jay Electronica Exhibit A + C Picture Disc Mass Appeal Records 12″ Picture Disc
Neil Finn and Paul Kelly Goin’ Your Way LP
Falco Rock Me Amadeus/Vienna Calling Legacy 7″
Gang of Four Songs of the Free Rhino LP
Garbage Garbage 20th Anniversary Stunvolume/PIAS 2 LP
Get Up Kids EP Doghouse Records 10″
Rhiannon Giddens Factory Girl Nonesuch 10″
Goo Goo Dolls
David Gray A Thousand Miles Behind iht Records 2 X LP
Green Day American Idiot Warner Brothers2 x LP
Ben Harper Fight For Your Mind Virgin Records 2 X LP
Neil Hefti Batman Theme Song Legacy 7″
Jimi Hendrix Burning Desire Legacy 2 x LP
John Lee Hooker Two Sides of John Lee Hooker Concord/Vee-JayLP
Houndmouth Sedona Rough Trade 7″
Howlin’ Wolf The London Howlin’ Wolf London Sessions Brookvale Records LP
The International Submarine Band Safe at Home Sundazed LP
Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings Live In Concert Vol 2Black Country Rock LP
Janis Joplin with Big Brother and the Holding Company Live at Winterland 68 Brookvale Records 2 X LP
John Malkovich, Sandro & Eric Alexandrakis Like A Puppet Show Cryogenia 2 X LP Picture Disc
Judas Priest Painkiller 25th Anniversary Legacy 10″
BB King The Thrill Is Gone EP Geffen Records10″
Lee Robinson Machine Family Album Munster Records & Modern Classics Recordings LP
Les Paul and Mary Ford Christmas Cheer Capitol Records 10″
Jerry Lee Lewis Jerry Lee Lewis ORG Music LP
Lush Ciao! Best Of 4AD 2 X LP
Lynyrd Skynyrd Sweet Home Alabama Live at Rockapalast Limited Edition Eagle Records 2 X LP
Jeff Lynn’s ELO
Eric Matthews It’s Heavy In Here Sub Pop 7″
Paul McCartney “Say Say Say” Concord/Hear Music 12″
Megadeth “The Threat is Real” T-Boy 12″
John Mellencamp Scarecrow UME/Mercury LP
Mercury Rev/Lost Horizons Rainy Day Record PIAS 7″
MGMT Time To Pretend MRI 12″
Nick Lowe and Los Straitjackets The Quality Holiday Revue Live Yep Roc Records LP
nine inch nails “Halo I-IV Concord/Bicycle4 x 12″ box
Carl Perkins Dance Album of Carl Perkins ORG Music LP
Elvis Presley If I Can Dream Legacy 7″
Pujol Kisses University of Bartertown press 12”
Queen “Bohemian Rhapsody” Hollywood Records 12″
Otis Redding Shake Rhino 7″
Red Sun Rising Polyester Zeal Razor & Tie LP
Rich Robinson Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ Eagle Records 7″
S.O.D. Milk MRI 7″
The Sonics Fifty Light in the Attic 3 X LP
Spoon “TV Set” Concord/Loma Vista 10″
Stone Sour Straight Outta Burbank Atlantic/Roadrunner LP
The Sword High Country Razor & Tie 2 X LP
Johnny Thunders Daddy Rollin’ Stone EP Remarquable Records 10″
Trespassers William Different Stars Nettwerk 2 X LP
Stevie Ray Vaughan A Legend In The Making–Live at El Mocamba Legacy 2 X LP
Brian Wilson Brian Wilson Rhino 2 X LP
Link Wray Rumble/The Swag Sundazed 7″
Frank Zappa Feeding The Monkies at Ma Maison Zappa Records LP
Various Artists Garden State Soundtrack Legacy 2 X LP
Various Artists Love and Mercy: Official Soundtrack Capitol Records LP
Various Artists Transformers Soundtrack 30th Anniversary Legacy 2 X LP
Various Artists True Detective Soundtrack Harvest Records 2xLP
Various Artists To Love The Bee Gees: A Tribute To The Brothers Gibb 80 Proof Records and Tapes 2 X CD
Various Artists High Fidelity Soundtrack Hollywood Records 2 x LP
Various Artists SHARKNADO 3: OH HELL NO! original soundtrack Phineas Atwood Prodctions LP
We had Waylon’ swooning with his mellow renditions of Jennings’ classics, plenty of White Castles and lots and lots of vinyl for the day.
And we still have a few titles left so take a look and see if you can find something you missed or didn’t even know was available like this beautiful “Best of Gallagher” picture disc, Makes a great gift!
Beverly Records is always trying to take care of our biking vinyl lovers. In fact, our recent post about biking to Record Store Day received more attention than we ever though possible. Jack even thought it was good!
The only complaint was; Why did we make the route so short? Well if you don’t have much to do after you pick up the latest Bee Gees 12″ or Foo Fighters new album then this is the route home for you.
Biking around Beverly and Morgan Park during the spring is a spectacular way to spend a Saturday. #alliteration This route for Record Store Day starts at the 119th St Metra Stop heading west on 119th st will take you past the mid century home of Al Capone’s driver. The house is for sale BTW and rumor has it, there is an escape tunnel that leads to the house next door in case The Fuzz shows up…
Once you get to our home on Western Ave, you will find plenty of bike parking on our popular rack and street light. We will have candy, snacks, refreshments and even some live entertainment so we encourage you to spend a few hours with us on Saturday April 18.
If you are like us and prefer to take the long way home, continue on our bike route to the campus of Morgan Park Academy. This beautiful high school was almost home to the University of Chicago, The University founder, John D. Rockefeller loved the Morgan Park area so much that it came down to coin flip as to where he would locate the University. The coin flip ended very well for Hyde Park and Morgan Park got to keep our open spaces.
“Record Store Day” week will kick off once again at our favorite bar, The Rock Island Public House- Blue Island. TheRIPH will be hosting a showing of the official movie of Record Store Day 2015, Records Collecting Dust, …a documentary film about the music and records that changed all of our lives. This is also a great opportunity raise money and awareness for Special Olympics – Illinois. So in lieu of ticket sales we will be collecting donations at the door, 100% of which will be given to Special Olympics.
Written and directed by San Diego based musician and filmmaker Jason Blackmore, Records Collecting Dust documents the vinyl record collections, origins, and holy grails of alternative music icons Jello Biafra, Chuck Dukowski, Keith Morris, John Reis, and over thirty other underground music comrades.
And what better venue for the underground music scene than The Rock Island Public House? In it’s very short short time on earth, TheRIPH has become the South Side’s official tap room for craft beers from across the Region.
On Thursday April 16, at 8:00 PM they will clear out the tables, and transform this formal civil war era flour mill/tap room, into a movie theater for vinyl junkies like all of us.
100% of the door collection will be donated to Special Olympics -Illinois. so bring some extra cash for the kids.
Picture this: A perfect Wednesday afternoon right about sunset, it’s warm but not too warm, the wind is blowing through your hair. The sound of the Ferrari you are driving is more and more hypnotizing with every down shift
Mountains on the left, the ocean on the right and your destination is just ahead. As you pull up to the gate you get the wave from Jim the Security Guard. You talk about what a great season the White Sox had last year for a few minutes before driving up to the Villa that your friend from college bought a few years back.
You hear the youthful voices and splashes by the pool as you walk up to the main entrance. Your friend’s butler, Wilson, meets you at the doorway with a Miller Lite in a can; cause that happens to be how you prefer your beer. You are greeted by your college buddy, talk for a few minutes about nothing in particular then he says “Hey check this out!”
You take the elevator down to the garage that happens to be an exact replica of Tony Stark’s from that movie. Your buddy pulls out a pristine first pressing of Quadrephenia and the fun begins.
Bee Gees Staying Alive | PROMO
With The List for Record Store Day becoming larger and larger every year it is getting easier and easier for record companies to slip in a few reissues that are not only popular but extremely easy to find in used vinyl bins around the globe. The 2013 list included “The Gambler” for crying out loud.
So, when we saw the Bee Gees Stayin’ Alive on “The List” we figured some poor soul is going to; once again, overpay for a reissue that is readily available in any dollar bin, flea market or thrift shop.
Our curiosity got the best of us so we looked into it and realized that the Record Store Day folks hit another home run for all the vinyl disc jockeys among us. This is not a reissue of the radio version of Stayin’ Alive, it is a reissue of the radio station and DJ pre release promo! A true 12″ 45 coming in at 6:55 this cut is ideal for mixing, scratching or that always needed bathroom break.
Other cuts include Night Fever (4:50), More Than A Woman (4:43), You Should Be Dancing (4:47). We recommend you buy two!
We are all getting really excited about The List this year. Great Dylan, Doors, and Phish releases.
The only complaint we have with RSD releases is that if you as vinyl lover are not up at the crack of dawn and waiting in front of a record shop by 5:00 AM all the “a-Stock” will. be. gone. by 8:15. So how do you decipher the “b-Stock” if you are at 10 AM or, God forbid a noon shopper!
For the next few weeks we will feature some sleepers that will probably be around after all the popular stuff is long gone.
Melanie Martinez – Dollhouse
This release is about as dark as Metallica’s And Justice for All. The ying and yang of the fact it is on pink vinyl seals the deal for us. Melanie Martinez did a great job on “The Voice” and really found “it” on this record. Check out this video and make sure to add this soon to be classic to your collection.