Exclaim! - - MUSIC -


Jack White fans will want to pick up the triple LP set The White Stripes Live in Detroit: 1999-2000-2001. Prog rock afi­ciona­dos will dig Sailors’ Tails, a mas­sive, 27-disc set of stu­dio, live and bonus ma­te­rial from King Crim­son’s early ’70s hey­day. The Smiths’ rel­a­tively small out­put means that their Queen Is Dead box set should whet ap­petites, while the Fall’s prodi­gious out­put gets some much needed stream­lin­ing (while of­fer­ing up some hard-to-find B-sides) via the three-disc The Fall – Sin­gles 19782016 Box Set Col­lec­tion. Monau­ral fans will be de­lighted by The Rolling Stones in Mono; the 16-LP set col­lects the band’s 1960s out­put. Hor­ror fans will drool over the new col­lec­tion of John Car­pen­ter’s film scores, An­thol­ogy: Movie Themes 1974-1998. Fi­nally, the mu­sic world was sad­dened by the re­cent death of Tom Petty; an­nounced be­fore his pass­ing, The Com­plete Stu­dio Al­bums Vol­umes 1 & 2, col­lect his work, both with the Heart­break­ers and solo, on vinyl.


Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada

© PressReader. All rights reserved.