Bob Marley - Jammin' from Babylon By Bus album

TheRecordStore.Com presents Bob Marley's Babylon By Bus Record
Record Store wall display for Babylon By Bus from the 1970's
In honor of the 36th anniversary of 'Babylon by Bus, the second and final live album released during Bob Marley's lifetime, here is film of Jammin' by Bob Marley & The Wailers, the audio of which ended up on that Babylon By Bus album in 1978.

Bob Marley - Jammin' - Live At The Pavillon De Paris - 1977

Connect direct with official Bob Marley legacy site at BobMarley.Com


Foo Fighters - Music Videos from Sonic Highways album

The Record Store presents Foo Fighters - Sonic Highway
Foo Fighters full composite vinyl album cover for Sonic Highways release splits into 9 covers.
The Foo Fighters album titled Sonic Highways was released on 180 Gram Vinyl in a gatefold sleeve, pressed by Pallas.

Below is the music video to track number two from the album, which was recorded at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Virginia.

Foo Fighters - The Feast and The Famine

and here is the music video to the opening track to the record:

Foo Fighters - Something From Nothing

And, here is one more song from the album featuring Gary Clark Jr. - (just the audio, not the video) - It was recorded at KLRU-TV Studio 6A.

Foo Fighters - What Did I Do? / God as My Witness

Connect direct with Foo Fighters at FooFighters.Com

If you missed Foo Fighters on Letterman performing War Pigs with Zach Brown, go here.


Bob Marley "Get Up Stand Up" – Fan Instagram Video for 'Legend 30th' Anniversary

TheRecordStore.Com presents Bob Marley and The Wailers - Legend Remixed

Just below is the latest official music video from the estate of Bob Marley created in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Bob Marley's iconic compilation album, Legend.

Fans were asked to submit photos on Instagram depicting the lyrics of "Get Up Stand Up" (literally and/or figuratively). The video below was made from those submissions.

LEGEND REMIXED contains fifteen remixes by top DJs and producers. Included in this cohesive new set are tracks by Stephen Marley, RAC, Nickodemus, among others, as well as a new rendition of "Redemption Song" by Ziggy Marley.

Bob Marley and The Wailers - "Get Up Stand Up" – Fan Instagram Video (September 2014)

Connect direct with the official Bob Marley website at BobMarley.Com

Click here to buy Legend Remixed on vinyl, a 2 LP Set



Songs from Jack White's vinyl LP titled Lazaretto

TheRecordStore.Com presents Jack White - Lazaretto
 12" vinyl LP front cover of Jack White's Lazaretto album

Below are two great sounding tracks by Jack White from his album titled Lazaretto. Followed by the story on the how Lazaretto was uniquely being put out on vinyl as a specially tweaked ULTRA LP. It's like some sort of sonic heaven.

Jack White - "High Ball Stepper"

Jack White - "Lazaretto" (Audio)

Lazaretto was released as what Jack White and his label, Third Man Records, called the ULTRA LP.  It's 180 gram vinyl with 2 vinyl-only hidden tracks hidden beneath the center labels.  One hidden track plays at 78 RPM, and the other plays at 45 RPM, making this a 3-speed record.  Side A plays from the outside in.  The record features dual-groove technology: plays an electric or acoustic intro for "Just One Drink" depending on where needle is dropped. The grooves meet for the body of the song.  There is a matte finish on Side B, giving the appearance of an un-played 78 RPM record.  Both sides end with locked grooves.  The vinyl pressed in seldom-used flat-edged format.  The dead wax area on Side A contains a hand-etched hologram by Tristan Duke of Infinity Light Science, the first of its kind on a vinyl record.  Zero compression was used during mastering of this LP.  There is a different running order from the CD/digital version.  The LP utilizes some mixes different from those used on CD and digital version.  Just below is a video on the ULTRA LP.

The Lazaretto ULTRA LP

12" vinyl back cover of Jack White - Lazaretto

Mary J Blige - Just Fine (Hot classic on Vinyl)

TheRecordStore.Com loves Mary J. Blige

The Record Store loves this timeless high energy single from Mary J. Blige which is destined to be a future soul dance classic from 2007. The Vinyl is available for sale with a free MP3 auto rip upon purchase.

Connect direct with Mary J. Blige at MaryJBlige.Com


The End of Memory

What if digital bits of information had a more limited shelf life than vinyl? Would you still buy that mp3?

The independent French company, ZED, that produces and distributes films and international television programs of substance has one film in production that may be relevent to music lovers and those with a stake in the business of music. The film is titled The End of Memory. See their trailer at this link:

Vinyl record lovers know that there is a sonic something that mp3 copies of the same music rarely, if ever, have. Our fast paced and often cheap world where expidiciousness and single useage matters more than substance, has put the masses in this position. Good taste has been diluted by expeditiousness.

The End of Memory is something to ponder with regards to music. How will "The End of Memory" affect the way we enjoy music, the business of music and musical legacies?  What other areas of music will be altered due to this phenomenon?

"The End of Memory" is a film in production at Zed.Fr
The website for the film states they are seeking funding to complete the film. 
 TheRecordStore.Com and it's owners are not affiliated with Zed or it's producers

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