18 Apr 2020
Today is Record Store Day, a day that celebrates independent record stores around the world. Each year, record stores hold events, performances, and issue special releases to celebrate their biggest day of the year.
The resurgence of vinyl in recent years has been a huge boost for the independent stores. However, this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Record Store Day has been postponed to June 20th. Until that time, Record Store Day has launched their Fill the Gap campaign, so that these much loved stores can continue to be supported during this time. The campaign encourages people to buy that record that 'fills the gap' in their record collection, and to buy the record online from their local store.
Some of our limited editions come with a collectable vinyl, often featuring previously unreleased material. For those looking to expand their collectable vinyl collection, the following limited editions might just be the perfect excuse.
Into Tomorrow by Paul Weller
Includes a 10" disc of previously unreleased live recordings
Love that Burns by Mick Fleetwood
Includes a 7" vinyl disc featuring the rare instrumental track entitled 'Fleetwood Mac'
Wembley or Bust by Jeff Lynne
Includes an exclusive 7" disc featuring live recordings from the historic Wembley concert
How Can It Be? By Ronnie Wood
Includes a 7" disc of new recordings, and disc artwork designed by Ronnie Wood
As part of a previous offer the following editions also come with a free 12" vinyl:
Adding the Blue
Includes Valve Bone Woe - Chrissie Hynde and the Valve Bone Woe Ensemble
How Can It Be? - A Rock'n'Roll Diary
Includes Mad Lad: Ronnie Wood with his Wild Five
Offer available whilst stocks last.
Since 1974 Genesis has created signed limited edition books on behalf of authors and artists ranging from the Beatles to Buckingham Palace.
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