Tracklisting: 1. Leaps 2. Love Your Man, Love Your Woman 3. So Many Lovers 4. Julian 5. Don't Change Your Mind 6. Dancing On The 4th Floor 7. You Get Me 8. Hey Captain! 9. Give And Take 10. Little Justice 11. Seven Sisters
YES guitarist Steve Howe has announced he is to release the seventh edition of his Homebrew album series on 30th July via HoweSound. Homebrew 7 marks the 25th anniversary of the guitar legend’s first album in his Homebrew collection.
The Homebrew series typically features recordings from Steve Howe’s home archive of demos and tracks, originally recorded for one of his many solo or group projects with YES, ASIA, ABWH or GTR. Homebrew 7 differs slightly as none of the tracks have previously been released in any form and there are no plans for any to be rerecorded in the future.
“Many are things I’ve enjoyed saving until the right moment,” says Howe, “and the Homebrew series allows this. Some tracks have matured with my nurturing but others have been recently rediscovered.”
This collection includes tracks from the late seventies through to 2016 in Howe’s extensive range of playing styles. Each of the 21 tracks is dated and accompanied by Howe’s background notes and details on instrumentation. Most of the tracks are Howe’s solo recordings with occasional contributions from Dylan Howe and Virgil Howe on drums with Phil Spalding on bass guitar (Half Way).
The booklet includes the lyrics for the four vocal tracks and is also illustrated by some of Howe’s delightfully atmospheric photography.
Tracklisting: 1. The Glider 2. October 3. Half Way 4. The Only One 5. In One Life 6. Outstanding Deal 7. Be Natural 8. Cold Winds 9. Deanscape 10. Tender Hooks 11. A Lady She Is 12. Two Sided 13. Strange Wayfarer 14. Devon Girl 15. Safe Haven 16. A Matter Of Fact 17. Touchstone 18. From Another Day 19. Foregone Conclusion 20. Space Void 21. From The Get Go
"Hymn To Eternal Death" is the new full length from Maso Yamazaki's (aka Japanese noise legend Masonna) "Controlled Death" project. Nearly an hour of new material, composed as a multi-format release mixing the echo-saturated death electronics style with funereal organ and synthesizer music.
Special 40th anniversary legacy CD edition of legendary 1981 LP Dedicated To Peter Kurten originally released on fluorescent green vinyl, now a highly sought-after collector’s item.
Even more so than with the earlier Erector, its transgressive themes and wild electronic harshness became a critical defining influence on, indeed often template for, the noise and power electronics genres of the mid/late 80s and long beyond.
This brand new Susan Lawly legacy reissue CD features a beautiful 12pp booklet packed with photos, information, plus the original LP inserts and artwork.
The third release in Fu Manchu’s 30th Anniversary vinyl reissue series, Return To Earth 91-93 Deluxe Edition, is the first ever update to this legendary compilation of the band’s earliest singles.
These songs are the only ones recorded with the band’s original lead guitarist, Scott Votaw, as well as the only ones recorded as a three piece of the original core line-up of Scott Hill (vocals/guitar), Mark Abshire (bass) and Ruben Romano (drums).
Return To Earth 91-93 Deluxe Edition features the 9 songs from the original release including the first version of fan favorite, “Ojo Rojo,” plus 2 newly discovered tracks that have never been heard before: “Ford-Natic” and an early version of “Shine It On,” which was later re-recorded for their debut album.
All songs were remixed by Scott Hill along with the band’s current producing partner, Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Channel 3, Ignite) and remastered by Carl Saff for optimum fidelity.
This limited edition 2,000 unit LP run is pressed on neon purple vinyl and the newly designed gatefold package includes never before seen photos of the band and flyers from their early shows.
The limited edition 1,000 unit CD run also features the updated art and a digital specific remaster.
Tracklisting: 1. Don’t Bother Knockin’ (If This Van’s Rockin’) 2. Ford-Natic 3. El Don 4. Pick-Up Summer 5. Ojo Rojo 6. Pinbuster 7. Senioritis 8. Shine It On 9. Simco 10. Space Sucker 11. Vankhana (Rollin’ Rooms)