Shake It Update 11/29/18: New 1975, Jeff Tweedy, Neil Young, David Bowie; Seymour Stein Event Saturday

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Shake It Update 11/29/18: New 1975, Jeff Tweedy, Neil Young, David Bowie; Seymour Stein Event Saturday

We'd like to thank our splendid customers for coming out on Black Friday! We met our goals of selling a bunch of records and collecting a barrel full of canned goods and we couldn't have done it without you.

This week brings new releases from The 1975 and Jeff Tweedy, and archival releases from Neil Young and David Bowie.

Scroll down to see the rest of this week's new releases and reissues.

Seymour Stein Signs His New Book Saturday At The Main Library!
Saturday, Dec. 1st at 3 PM. Seymour Stein is America's greatest living record legend. As founder of Sire Records, he discovered and signed The Ramones, Talking Heads, Madonna, Depeche Mode, Ice-T, Seal, and many others.

Stein got his start in Cincinnati at King Records. Now he's returning to talk about his mentor, Syd Nathan, and his adventures in the music business. And he'll sign copies of his memoir Siren Song, which is available for purchase at the event.

This event is co-sponsored by Shake It Records and the Friends of the Public Library. Shake It's own Darren Blase will be on hand to moderate.


We've got some long out-of-print Larry Goshorn and Goshorn Brothers CDs for sale that were recently dug up from Larry's basement! Stop in and stock up before they vanish forever.


We have signed copies of the latest releases from Lucero, Rev. Peyton & His Big Damn Band, Neckdeep, Lord Huron & Trampled By Turtles now available on the website for you out of town folks. Click over to here to grab one.

We have a couple of very nice new T-shirts in stock, raising funds for some great Northside projects. That fine Northside Boxing Club shirt is for the boxing club documentary Hardface. And that very fun Northside shirt is for the arts organization PAR-Projects (Professional Artistic Research).

New And Recent Releases...

David Bowie - Glastonbury 2000
This new release documents Bowie's legendary Sunday night headlining performance at the world-famous music festival, including the full 21-song set, and a DVD of the entire show.

Bryan Ferry And His Orchstra - Bitter-Sweet
Bitter-Sweet explores Bryan Ferry's jazz influences, including reinterpretations of a few Roxy Music cuts and refashioned versions of his solo songs.

Beth Hart - Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Beth Hart, live in front of a sold-out crowd at The Royal Albert Hall in May of this year.

The 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
The ambitious, highly-anticipated third album from English dance-rock superstars The 1975. A companion LP tentatively titled Notes On A Conditional Form will follow in 2019.

Phish - The Baker's Dozen: Live At Madison Square Garden
A new release documenting a milestone 13-show run at Madison Square Garden over 17 nights.

Reverend Horton Heat - Whole New Life
The latest album from long-running rockabilly outfit Reverend Horton Heat is the band's twelfth release, among the most positive material Jim Heath has ever written.

Daniel Romano - Finally Free
Finally Free is the eighth album in as many years from Daniel Romano, on which the prolific songwriter explores and uncovers new language and meaning for old sentiments grown tired.

Jeff Tweedy - Warm
Jeff Tweedy's new Warm is an 11-track solo album of all new material, a joyful, celebratory, and infectious collection of songs from the Wilco frontman.

Wheeler Walker Jr. - WW III
WWIII is the third album from foul-mouthed, trailblazing country artist Wheeler Walker Jr., an antidote to the current country music Walker calls "a bunch of lame mainstream pop garbage."

Neil Young - Songs For Judy
Recorded during Neil Young's fabled November 1976 solo acoustic tour of the US, the archival 23-track live collection Songs For Judy includes performances of some of Young's all-time classics, alongside a few much rarer selections. Curated by Cameron Crowe and producer/photographer Joel Bernstein, who both contribute to the fascinating liner notes.

New And Recent Vinyl Releases...

Brian Eno - Music For Films
180gm vinyl reissue of Eno's seventh album, the ambient landmark Music For Films.

Hiss Golden Messenger - Devotion: Songs About Rivers And Spirits And Children Box
Recently released as a CD set, now out on vinyl.

Jethro Tull - Aqualung
Deluxe vinyl edition of Jethro Tull's 1971 classic, remixed for stereo by Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson, with a 24-page booklet.

Meshuggah - Meshuggah / Meshuggah - Contradictions Collapse / Meshuggah - None / Meshuggah - Destroy Erase Improve / Meshuggah - Chaosphere
Limited colored vinyl reissues of the Swedish prog-metal band's first three albums and two EPs.

And just a reminder that we are always selling tickets to The Woodward Theater, Madison Theatre, and other local events sold through CincyTicket. Just ask for tickets at our front counter.

There is no service charge on tickets when paying with cash. However, there will be an additional charge of $1 per ticket if paying with credit card.