A new month breaks out and so yes here's the latest release news from Ace records...
Rhythm 'n' Bluesin' By The Bayou: Nights Of Sin, Dirty Deals And Love Sick Souls
Rhythm & Blues
Various Artists (By the Bayou)
A spicy mix of rarities, alternates and previously unissued R&B goodies from South Louisiana and S.E. Texas, where you are never too far from a bayou and some good rockin’ music.
Various Artists (BGP Various)
Progressive jazz from the 1970s, the music which has influenced Kamasi Washington and the Brainfeeder crew.
Magellan Was Wrong
The follow-up to “Finding You Again” (2012) features eleven new Bob Lind compositions and a surprising take on the Tom Paxton classic ‘Bottle of Wine’.
Machine Gun Etiquette
The Damned didn’t care about definitions, which is why their classic second album sounds as fresh now as it did in 1979. Available again on vinyl.
The Black Album
“The Black Album” was ambitious, even more so than its multi-faceted predecessor, “Machine Gun Etiquette”. Reviewing the new album, weekly music paper the NME pointed to a Terry Riley influence. Syd Barrett and the Beach Boys were name-checked in Sounds’ review. Thinking of the Damned as a punk rock band was no longer possible. Available again on LP.
Dreams All Come True
Jeanette Jones is one of the great unsung belters of 60s soul. Here are the complete recordings of this enigmatic San Francisco singer pressed on 180g white vinyl.
Some various format criteria/limitations apply ot some, such as vinyl only, or mp3 formats available or not, all this info and more can be had via the Ace Records Website