Record Store Day 2018

Here is a list of some of what's available this Saturday -- Record Store Day -- a celebration of vinyl records at the last of the mom-and-pop shops.

Bruce Springsteen: Greatest Hits - 1995 compilation on individually numbered red vinyl pressings.

Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead: Dylan & The Dead was recorded during their 1987 tour. The Dead back Dylan on "All Along the Watchtower," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "Gotta Serve Somebody." The set is pressed on red and blue tie-dye vinyl.

Jerry Garcia: Run for the Roses - Garcia's final solo studio album gets its first vinyl pressing in more than 30 years.

Grateful Dead: Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA 2/27/69 - This show was first released on CD in 2005 but then went out of print.

Jimi Hendrix: "Mannish Boy" backed with "Trash Man" on a seven-inch single. From April 1969, this uptempo reworking of Muddy Waters's "Mannish Boy" was Jimi's first recording session with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles, the trio that became the Band of Gypsys.

Pink Floyd: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn returns to vinyl for the first time in 50 years. This mono release was the band's only album with Syd Barrett. The highlight track was "Interstellar Overdrive."

AC/DC: Back in Black on cassette.

Def Leppard: Live at Abbey Road - This 12-inch single was recorded at the famed studios back in 2008.

Gov't Mule: Girl With No Self Esteem - The 12-inch single includes two previously unreleased tracks pulled from the Revolution Come…Revolution Go sessions.

Soundgarden: A-Sides - The band's 1997 collection gets its first vinyl release.

U2: Lights of Home - This 12-inch single includes a remix by Beck.

Allman Brothers Band: Live at the Atlanta Pop Festival, July 3 & 5, 1970 - The four-LP box set includes an eight-page booklet of photos and liner notes.

David Bowie: Welcome to the Blackout (Live London ’78) is a three-LP set drawn from two shows that year. The "Let’s Dance" 12-inch features demo and live versions of the track. The 1977 U.S. promotional compilation Bowie Now has tracks from Low and Heroes. And a two-LP edition of his 1967 self-titled album contains both the mono and stereo versions.

Eric Clapton: Rush (Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the first vinyl release of the 1991 soundtrack, which includes "Tears in Heaven." And the Complete Clapton collection is a four-LP set with 36 songs and a limited-edition seven-inch single of "The Shape You're In" backed with "See What Love Can Do."

Elvis Costello: "Someone Else's Heart" - Seven-inch single includes two versions of a Squeeze cover recorded with The Roots in 2011.

Fleetwood Mac: Tango in the Night Alternate - This LP is drawn from the outtakes featured on the Tango in the Night box set.

Van Morrison: Alternative Moondance - This two-LP picture disc is drawn from the 2013 deluxe edition of the album.

The Moody Blues: 12-inch blue-and-white vinyl single of “Say It With Love” backed with “The Story in Your Eyes” and “Steppin’ in a Slide Zone” from their recently released Days of Future Passed Livecollection.

Elton John: Elton John vs. Pnau Good Morning to the Night will be available on limited-edition clear vinyl.

The Police: "Roxanne" seven-inch vinyl single

Led Zeppelin: "Friends"/"Rock and Roll" - This seven-inch single has previously unreleased versions of both tracks.

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