What new music, live albums, and reissues (deluxe and otherwise) are heading our way between now and Black Friday? Check out the exhaustive (and possibly exhausting) sampling of promised progressive goodies — along with a few other personal priorities — below. Pre-order links are for CDs or combo packages; vinyl editions are frequently available from the same website.
- September 21:
- Marillion, Happiness is Cologne and Popular Music. Limited edition live reissues from Racket Records and earMusic. Pre-order at Amazon or other online retailers.
- Nosound, Allow Yourself. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- September 28:
- Blackfield, Open Mind (The Best of Blackfield). Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin, Star Clocks. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- October 5:
- Steve Hackett, Broken Skies – Outspread Wings (1984-2006). Esoteric Recordings reissue box set (6 CDs + 2 DVDs). Pre-order autographed copies from Hackettsongs.
- King Crimson, Meltdown: Live in Mexico. 3 CDs + 1 BluRay. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- October 12:
- Glass Hammer, Chronomonaut. Pre-order autographed copies or the deluxe bundle from Glass Hammer’s webstore. Pre-order deadline: October 11.
- Sanguine Hum, Now We Have Power. Pre-order from Bandcamp.
- October 19:
- Greta Van Fleet, Anthem of the Peaceful Army. The first full-length album from Frankenmuth, Michigan’s young Zepheads. Pre-order at GvF’s webstore.
- iamthemorning, Ocean Sounds. Live in the studio; audio/video bundle. Pre-order at Burning Shed.
- In Continuum, Acceleration Theory. With Dave Kerzner and an all-star line-up. Pre-order bundles from Bandcamp. Pre-order deadline for special bundles: September 30.
- Frank Sinatra, Only the Lonely: 60th Anniversary Edition. Yes, really. The greatest concept album of the pre-rock era, with Sinatra and arranger Nelson Riddle at their most gorgeous and devastating. “Make it one for my baby … and one more for the road.” More info at Super Deluxe Edition.
- October 26:
- Anathema, Internal Landscapes. The best of the band’s Kscope albums. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- Haken, Vector. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- Procol Harum, Live In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Esoteric Recordings reissue with bonus tracks. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- November 2:
- Opeth, Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Various audio & video formats/bundles available. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- Steven Wilson, Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Various audio & video formats/bundles available. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- November 9:
- Jethro Tull, This Was — The 50th Anniversary Edition. Steven Wilson remix included, on 3 CDs + DVD. Pre-order from Burning Shed.
- Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly, Friendship. Pre-order from Rikard’s webstore.
- November 16:
- Marillion, Brave Live and Live in Glasgow. Limited edition live reissues from Racket Records and earMusic. Pre-order at Amazon or other online retailers.
- The Tangent, Proxy. Pre-order special bundles from The Tangent webstore.
- November 23:
- The Beatles, White Album 50th Anniversary Edition?
- Big Big Train, Merchants of Light Blu-Ray
- King Crimson, The ReConstruKction of Light (40th Anniversary reissue) and Heaven and Earth (Crimson ProjeKcts box set)
— Rick Krueger
4 thoughts on “The Big Fall Prog Preview!”
Updated to include the Steven Wilson remix of Jethro Tull’s This Was, out on November 9!
A sumptuous list, to be sure!
Really looking forward to the Sanguine Hum, Haken and Tangent releases, but for now I’m greatly enamoured by Damanek’s “In Flight”, which arrived a couple of days ago despite an advertised release date of 5th October. Anyway, it’s truly *magnificent*…
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Also forgot Wasteland, the new Riverside album, out next week.
Intriguing new stuff announced today includes:
A Christmas album by William Shatner, with guest shots by (among others) Mel Collins, Rick Wakeman and Ian Anderson. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GJ56YX5/?coliid=I3A2WLYA2QTVJ6&colid=2NQ8N9OQBVA5L&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
A new Christmas album by the Monkees — which looks quite cool. https://www.monkees.com/article/the-monkees-to-release-christmas-party-their-first-ever-holiday-album
Another super-giant Bob Dylan box, with the complete recordings that led to his 1974 album “Blood on the Tracks” https://www.bobdylan.com/news/more-blood-more-tracks-the-bootleg-series-vol-14-to-be-released-on-november-2/
And more to come, I’m sure.
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OMG, how could I have forgotten Wasteland?!