Robert Plant, Steve Reich Record Store Day Vinyl Now in the Nonesuch Store

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When Record Store Day took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were limited-edition vinyl from two Nonesuch artists: Robert Plant's 10" vinyl EP More Roar, with three tracks from his 2014 lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar world tour, and Steve Reich's Grammy Award-winning Music for 18 Musicians re-issued on two 180-gram vinyl LPs. A very limited number of both items is now available in the Nonesuch Store.

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When the annual Record Store Day celebration took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were limited-edition vinyl from Robert Plant and Steve Reich. A very limited number of both items is now available in the Nonesuch Store.

The new EP from Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters entitled More Roar features three tracks on black 10" vinyl recorded live during the group’s 2014 world tour celebrating the release of his Nonesuch / Warner Bros. Records debut album, lullaby and... Ceaseless Roar. On side A is "Turn It Up" / "Arbaden," and on side B is "Poor Howard" and "Whole Lotta Love (Medley)." The EP was limited to 10,000 copies, and a few are now available in the Nonesuch Store here. For tickets to see Plant and the band on their upcoming North American tour, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Also for Record Store Day, Nonesuch re-issued the landmark Steve Reich piece Music for 18 Musicians, performed by Steve Reich and Musicians, on two 180-gram vinyl LPs. The album was pressed at Pallas Manufacturing in Diepholz, Germany, and is packaged in a vintage-style double pocket gatefold jacket with poly sleeves. The original 1998 recording, which was released on CD and earned a Grammy Award for Best Small Ensemble Performance, has been mastered for vinyl by Robert C. Ludwig. The LP was limited to 4,000 copies; each has been individually numbered. A few are now available in the Nonesuch Store here.

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Record Store Day 2015: Robert Plant, Steve Reich
  • Monday, April 27, 2015
    Robert Plant, Steve Reich Record Store Day Vinyl Now in the Nonesuch Store

    When the annual Record Store Day celebration took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were limited-edition vinyl from Robert Plant and Steve Reich. A very limited number of both items is now available in the Nonesuch Store.

    The new EP from Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters entitled More Roar features three tracks on black 10" vinyl recorded live during the group’s 2014 world tour celebrating the release of his Nonesuch / Warner Bros. Records debut album, lullaby and... Ceaseless Roar. On side A is "Turn It Up" / "Arbaden," and on side B is "Poor Howard" and "Whole Lotta Love (Medley)." The EP was limited to 10,000 copies, and a few are now available in the Nonesuch Store here. For tickets to see Plant and the band on their upcoming North American tour, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Also for Record Store Day, Nonesuch re-issued the landmark Steve Reich piece Music for 18 Musicians, performed by Steve Reich and Musicians, on two 180-gram vinyl LPs. The album was pressed at Pallas Manufacturing in Diepholz, Germany, and is packaged in a vintage-style double pocket gatefold jacket with poly sleeves. The original 1998 recording, which was released on CD and earned a Grammy Award for Best Small Ensemble Performance, has been mastered for vinyl by Robert C. Ludwig. The LP was limited to 4,000 copies; each has been individually numbered. A few are now available in the Nonesuch Store here.

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