A big-box edition of a Cat Stevens bestseller, four volumes of great covers by Lucinda Williams, and Joe Grushecky’s collaboration with Bruce Springsteen.
A five-CD box set consists entirely of previously unreleased material from one of Joni Mitchell’s most creative periods.
New projects celebrate the work of one of the most innovative and influential bands in the history of rock.
The Rolling Stones’ ‘Tattoo You,’ now available in a greatly expanded deluxe edition, could have easily ended up as a mess. Instead, it’s often regarded as the group’s last great album.
An expanded reissue offers a second chance to appreciate David Crosby’s critically derided 1971 solo debut, which was also the last album he issued under his own name for 18 years.
On his first solo album in about a decade, the Fleetwood Mac alumnus delivers performances that sound redolent of his work with his old group.