A new month at the door, so here's the latest release news from Ace Records
Ace Records June 2020 Release News
New releases from Ace records
Soul Voices - 60s Big Ballads
Various Artists (Kent)
Majestic male vocalists singing over subtly orchestrated arrangements of superb songs were the pinnacle of 1960s black music sophistication.
Lonnie Liston Smith
Lonnie Liston Smith’s 1975 classic reissued on 180g vinyl. An album whose influence resonates down through the decades.
Southern Soul Brother: The Murco Recordings 1967-1969 (MP3)
Eddy Giles’ complete 60s recordings, including unreleased tracks.
Shreveport Southern Soul - The Murco Story (MP3)
Various Artists (Label Stories)
Authentic Southern Soul from Dee Marais' Murco, Peermont and Hy Sign labels that operated out of Shreveport, Louisiana throughout the 60s and 70s.
Southern Funkin' (MP3)
Dirty grooves from the deep south.
Documenting The Sensation Recordings 1948-1952
John Lee Hooker
John Lee Hooker’s 1948-1952 recordings made in Detroit, Michigan by Bernard Besman with 19 previously unissued. Includes an introductory note from Peter Guralnick, a detailed sessionography and an overview from Dr Wayne Goins. There has been meticulous tape research for the best sources so the mastering far exceeds anything presented before.
Boppin' By The Bayou - Feel So Good
Various Artists (By the Bayou)
28 cool tracks from the hottest studios in steamy Louisiana, including 12 previously unreleased.
Ghostown 40th Anniversary
A vinyl version of The Radiator’s “Ghostown” pressed on two clear vinyl discs, with a thick card sleeve and two printed inner bags. Limited edition of 1000 copies.
Psych / Garage
A 180g black vinyl replica release of “Boom” – the Sonics’ second album, originally released in 1966 on Etiquette Records in wonderful mono.
Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present Occasional Rain
Various Artists (Saint Etienne)
This is England, the day after the 60s. It’s a time of flux. On the cusp of progressive rock but without a rule book, many groups hold fast to psychedelia’s adventurousness and melodic delights, while they are also happy to venture deep into the jazz and folk scenes. The result is some wonderful, atmospheric, rain-flecked music.
Don't Blow Your Cool! More 60s Girls From UK Decca
Various Artists (Beat Girls)
Superior British girl-pop from Decca Records’ 1960s catalogue, including a generous batch of new-to-CD titles.
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It's the first Ace new release day since the pandemic hit folks! We're glad to be releasing records again.
1:15 PM · May 29, 2020
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