To further celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Neil Diamond’s career, UMe will be reissuing four classic Neil Diamond albums on 180 gram vinyl. Beautiful Noise was produced by The Band’s Robbie Robertson and intended as something of a concept album, the songwriter’s look back at his days as a scuffling denizen of the Brill Building in the early ’60s. Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show is the name of Neil Diamond’s fourth studio album, released in 1969. Four months after the title cut became a hit, Diamond recorded and released a new single, “Sweet Caroline”. Because of its popularity, this song was added to the end of later pressings of the album. Hot August Night captures Neil Diamond in his full glory live on stage. His sweeping anthems mix well with his off the cuff treats like “Soggy Pretzels.” The Jazz Singer captures Neil Diamond’s 1980 screen turn as a charismatic singer torn between Jewish tradition and pop music stardom spawned this phenomenally successful soundtrack album — six million copies and counting.
‘The Album That Created A Superstar’ – Originally released at the end of 1973, the double album ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ was the crowning moment of an upward trajectory marking the unstoppable rise of Elton John. It gave the world the global smashes ‘Candle In The Wind’, ‘Bennie & The Jets’, ‘Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting’, and the soaring title track. The new 40th anniversary edition of this landmark album has been comprehensively remastered and pressed onto 180GM vinyl. Comes complete with download card
“Born To Die” the album is a collection of tracks about which Lana says “The songs I’ve written are an homage to true love and a tribute to living life on the wild side.” Album tracks include “Million Dollar Man”, “Off To The Races”, “Blue Jeans” and “Carmen”.
After Faith No More founding guitarist Jim Martin split the band in 1994, Trey Spruance of Mr. Bungle took over six string duties for King For A Day, Fool For A Lifetime. Upon its release, the album quickly reasserted that Faith No More were still on top of their game.
Keeping their harder edge on songs like “Get Out”, “Ricochet” and “Cuckoo For Caca”, the album is balanced with romantic love songs (“Evidence”), breezy Pop (“Caralho Voador”) and the more experimental tinged title track.
A1 Ahab And The Wailers Neb’s Tune A2 The Thunderbolts* Rambling On A3 Ron Haydock And The Boppers Maybelline A4 Bobby Verne