New Music Releases – November 2012
The November 2012 New Music Releases schedule shows that it’s going to be quite a happy Thanksgiving for classic rock fans, who will be celebrating the arrival of one of the most highly-anticipated rock albums of the year with the Nov. 6 release of Aerosmith’s ‘Music From Another Dimension.’ More than a decade in the making, the album reunites the legendary rockers with producer Jack Douglas (‘Toys in the Attic,’ ‘Rocks’) for what promises to be a return to classic Aerosmith.
The rest of November’s new releases are a veritable cornucopia of classic rock, including live material from Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, the Who and Peter Frampton. Blue Oyster Cult, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Jethro Tull are among the artists putting out archival releases of some of their best-known work.
Read on for a complete list of November’s new classic rock releases, and click the highlighted links to read all about those projects. And be sure to check out our continuously updated list of the 2012 New Music Releases to keep up-to-date with what your favorite artists have in store!
New Music Releases — November 2012
Aerosmith, ‘Music From Another Dimension‘
Blue Oyster Cult, ‘The Columbia Album Collection‘
Creedence Clearwater Revival, ‘Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits & All-Time Classics’
Geoff Tate, ‘Kings & Thieves‘
The Guess Who, ‘American Woman’ (remixed on vinyl)
Jethro Tull, ‘Thick as a Brick‘ (40th Anniversary Edition)
The Rolling Stones, ‘Charlie Is My Darling – Ireland 1965‘ (documentary film)
Todd Rundgren, ‘Live in Concert at the Warfield Theater’ (U.K. only)
The Who, ‘Live at Hull 1970′
The Beatles, ‘Stereo Vinyl Box Set’ (16 LPs)
The Doobie Brothers, ‘Let the Music Play: The Story of the Doobie Brothers‘ (documentary on DVD, Blu-ray and digital video)
Paul McCartney, ‘Live Kisses‘ (PBS special)
Pearl Jam, ‘Twenty’ (documentary by Cameron Crowe)
Peter Frampton, ‘FCA! 35 Tour: An Evening With Peter Frampton‘
The Rolling Stones, ‘Grrr‘ (Best-of collection with two new songs)
Soundgarden, ‘King Animal‘