Albums Released in 1969 - Possible 50th Anniversary Editions

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  1. rjp

    rjp Senior Member Thread Starter

    Location:
    ohio
    all of the following were released in 1969.

    which do you think will get the 50th anniversary treatment this year?

    remember anniversary editions are easy money and very little work.


    January

    5 Bayou Country Creedence Clearwater Revival -
    12 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin -
    13 Yellow Submarine The Beatles Soundtrack
    17 Babylon Dr. John -
    Ball Iron Butterfly -
    Soul '69 Aretha Franklin -
    22 Neil Young Neil Young Re-released November 1969
    30 Moby Grape '69 Moby Grape -
    - Birthday Blues Bert Jansch -
    Crimson & Clover Tommy James and the Shondells -
    Donovan's Greatest Hits Donovan Compilation
    English Rose Fleetwood Mac Compilation
    First Edition '69 The First Edition -
    The Holy Land Johnny Cash -
    Till The Vogues -
    What We Did on Our Holidays Fairport Convention -
    Caravan Caravan -
    February
    5 Goodbye Cream -
    10 20/20 The Beach Boys -
    15 Instant Replay The Monkees -
    17 Cloud Nine The Temptations -
    21 Postcard Mary Hopkin -
    22 Stonedhenge Ten Years After -
    - Bless Its Pointed Little Head Jefferson Airplane Live
    The Gilded Palace of Sin The Flying Burrito Brothers -
    O.K. Ken? Chicken Shack -
    Kick Out the Jams MC5 Live
    Mutantes Os Mutantes -
    Near the Beginning Vanilla Fudge -
    Sound of Sexy Soul The Delfonics -
    March
    5 Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde The Byrds -
    7 From Genesis to Revelation Genesis -
    14 Tons of Sobs Free -
    17 Freedom Suite The Rascals -
    24 Mothermania The Mothers of Invention Compilation
    29 Happy Trails Quicksilver Messenger Service -
    Yer' Album James Gang -
    30 Odessa Bee Gees -
    31 Dusty in Memphis Dusty Springfield -
    - At Your Birthday Party Steppenwolf -
    Blue Matter Savoy Brown -
    Bull of the Woods 13th Floor Elevators -
    Family Entertainment Family -
    Just to Satisfy You Waylon Jennings -
    My Way Frank Sinatra -
    New! Improved! Blue Cheer -
    Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud James Brown -
    Scott 3 Scott Walker -
    Spooky Two Spooky Tooth -
    The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground -
    Wheatfield Soul The Guess Who -
    April
    1 Taste Taste -
    7 Nazz Nazz Nazz -
    Songs from a Room Leonard Cohen -
    8 Three Week Hero P.J. Proby -
    9 Nashville Skyline Bob Dylan -
    15 Green Is Blues Al Green -
    21 Uncle Meat The Mothers of Invention Soundtrack
    23 With a Little Help from My Friends Joe Cocker -
    25 On the Threshold of a Dream The Moody Blues -
    26 It's Our Thing The Isley Brothers -
    28 The Chicago Transit Authority Chicago -
    30 M.P.G. Marvin Gaye -
    - Blue Matter Savoy Brown -
    Hair Various Artists London cast
    Our Mother the Mountain Townes Van Zandt -
    Ramblin' Gamblin' Man The Bob Seger System -
    May
    1 Clouds Joni Mitchell -
    3 Stand! Sly & the Family Stone -
    9 Beginnings Ambrose Slade -
    Electronic Sound George Harrison -
    Unfinished Music No. 2: Life with the Lions John Lennon & Yoko Ono -
    12 After the Rain Muddy Waters -
    14 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Neil Young & Crazy Horse -
    16 Rehearsals for Retirement Phil Ochs -
    Unicorn Tyrannosaurus Rex -
    19 Pickin' Up the Pieces Poco -
    More Today Than Yesterday Spiral Starecase -
    23 Surround Yourself with Cilla Cilla Black -
    Tommy The Who -
    26 Let the Sunshine In Diana Ross & the Supremes -
    29 Crosby, Stills & Nash Crosby, Stills & Nash -
    - The Age of Aquarius The 5th Dimension -
    The Booker T. Set Booker T. & the M.G.'s -
    California Bloodlines John Stewart -
    David's Album Joan Baez -
    Gettin' Down to It James Brown -
    Hollies Sing Dylan The Hollies -
    Home Delaney & Bonnie -
    Last Exit Traffic -
    The Meters The Meters -
    Motor-Cycle Lotti Golden -
    This Is Tom Jones Tom Jones -
    The Young Mods' Forgotten Story The Impressions -
    June
    4 At San Quentin Johnny Cash Live
    6 Empty Sky Elton John -
    11 Suitable for Framing Three Dog Night -
    13 More Pink Floyd Soundtrack
    16 Brave New World Steve Miller Band -
    Trout Mask Replica Captain Beefheart -
    20 3614 Jackson Highway Cher -
    Aoxomoxoa Grateful Dead -
    Chastity Cher Soundtrack
    First Take Roberta Flack
    21 Deep Purple Deep Purple US; third album
    - Beck-Ola The Jeff Beck Group -
    Best of Bee Gees Bee Gees Compilation
    Concerto in B. Goode Chuck Berry -
    An Electric Storm White Noise -
    From Elvis in Memphis Elvis Presley -
    Johnny Winter Johnny Winter -
    Just Good Old Rock and Roll The Electric Prunes -
    Lee Michaels Lee Michaels -
    Love Man Otis Redding -
    Pongo en tus manos abiertas Victor Jara -
    Pretties for You Alice Cooper -
    A Salty Dog Procol Harum -
    July
    3 Unhalfbricking Fairport Convention -
    5 Bubblegum, Lemonade, and... Something for Mama Cass Elliot -
    8 Hallelujah Canned Heat -
    10 Happy Sad Tim Buckley -
    18 The Soft Parade The Doors -
    25 Yes Yes -
    29 Preflyte The Byrds Compilation
    30 In a Silent Way Miles Davis -
    Truly Fine Citizen Moby Grape -
    - 2525 (Exordium and Terminus) Zager and Evans -
    Early Steppenwolf Steppenwolf Live 1967
    Here We Are Again Country Joe and the Fish -
    More of Old Golden Throat Johnny Cash Compilation
    Mountain Leslie West -
    The Original Delaney & Bonnie & Friends Delaney & Bonnie -
    Unhalfbricking Fairport Convention -
    Wasa Wasa Edgar Broughton Band -
    What About Today? Barbra Streisand -
    August
    1 Stand Up Jethro Tull -
    Tadpoles Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band Released on June 9 in US
    3 Green River Creedence Clearwater Revival -
    5 The Stooges The Stooges -
    11 Barabajagal Donovan -
    14 The Brothers: Isley The Isley Brothers -
    15 Mourning in the Morning Otis Rush -
    29 My Cherie Amour Stevie Wonder -
    Songs for a Tailor Jack Bruce -
    - Ahead Rings Out Blodwyn Pig -
    As Safe as Yesterday Is Humble Pie -
    The Association The Association -
    Blind Faith Blind Faith -
    Boz Scaggs Boz Scaggs -
    Fathers and Sons Muddy Waters -
    Four Sail Love -
    Give It Away The Chi-Lites -
    Harry Harry Nilsson -
    It's a Mother James Brown -
    Monster Movie Can -
    On Time Grand Funk Railroad -
    The Popcorn James Brown -
    Santana Santana -
    Ssssh Ten Years After -
    The Head Shop The Head Shop -
    September
    1 Five Leaves Left Nick Drake -
    12 Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) The Rolling Stones Compilation
    16 Easy Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell -
    19 Then Play On Fleetwood Mac -
    22 The Band The Band -
    23 Hot Buttered Soul Isaac Hayes -
    Puzzle People The Temptations -
    Together Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations Duets
    24 New York Tendaberry Laura Nyro -
    26 Abbey Road The Beatles -
    - 2 Ozs of Plastic with a Hole in the Middle Man -
    Canned Wheat The Guess Who -
    I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! Janis Joplin Solo debut
    Love Chronicles Al Stewart -
    Nice The Nice -
    Noah The Bob Seger System -
    Rock & Roll Vanilla Fudge -
    Spare Parts Status Quo -
    A Step Further Savoy Brown Live + studio
    Supersnazz The Flamin' Groovies -
    These Things Too Pearls Before Swine -
    Townes Van Zandt Townes Van Zandt -
    October
    1 Juicy Lucy Juicy Lucy -
    The Monkees Present The Monkees -
    6 Get Together with Andy Williams Andy Williams -
    9 Ticket to Ride Carpenters Previously titled as Offering.
    10 Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire) The Kinks -
    Hot Rats Frank Zappa -
    In the Court of the Crimson King King Crimson -
    13 Give Me Your Love for Christmas Johnny Mathis Christmas
    14 Elvis in Person at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada Elvis Presley Live
    14 Rhymes and Reasons John Denver Debut
    16 Captured Live at the Forum Three Dog Night Live
    20 Wedding Album John Lennon and Yoko Ono -
    22 Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin -
    25 Ummagumma Pink Floyd Double LP; live + studio
    27 Second Winter Johnny Winter -
    - Basket of Light Pentangle -
    The Battle of North West Six Keef Hartley -
    Clear Spirit -
    The Deviants 3 The Deviants -
    Free Free -
    Tom Jones Live in Las Vegas Tom Jones Live
    Turtle Soup The Turtles -
    November
    1 A Way of Life The Family Dogg -
    2 Willy and the Poor Boys Creedence Clearwater Revival -
    3 Cream of the Crop Diana Ross & the Supremes -
    4 The Allman Brothers Band The Allman Brothers Band -
    David Bowie David Bowie Re-titled Space Oddity
    10 Ballad of Easy Rider The Byrds -
    Live/Dead Grateful Dead Double LP; studio + live
    21 To Our Children's Children's Children The Moody Blues -
    24 Blue Afternoon Tim Buckley -
    29 Almendra Almendra -
    - Eight Miles High Golden Earring -
    100 Ton Chicken Chicken Shack -
    Changing Horses The Incredible String Band -
    Four in Blue The Miracles -
    Hollies Sing Hollies The Hollies -
    Keynsham Bonzo Dog Band -
    Joe Cocker! Joe Cocker -
    Joy of a Toy Kevin Ayers -
    Manfred Mann Chapter Three Manfred Mann Chapter Three -
    Monster Steppenwolf -
    Mott the Hoople Mott the Hoople -
    The Rod Stewart Album Rod Stewart US; released Feb. 13, 1970, in UK as An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down
    Rock Salt & Nails
    Steve Young -
    Scott 4 Scott Walker -
    Town and Country Humble Pie -
    Valentyne Suite Colosseum -
    Volunteers Jefferson Airplane -
    Your Saving Grace Steve Miller Band -
    December
    5 Let It Bleed The Rolling Stones -
    18 Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 The Jackson 5 -
    29 Grand Funk Grand Funk Railroad -
    Okie from Muskogee Merle Haggard and the Strangers -
    - Blue Cheer Blue Cheer -
    Concerto for Group and Orchestra Deep Purple & the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Live
    Ceremony Spooky Tooth and Pierre Henry -
    Liege & Lief Fairport Convention -
    Out Here Love -
     
  2. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident

    I think we'll be getting only a handful of those

    Possibly

    - Abbey Road
    - Tommy
    - In The Court of the Crimson King
    - A Salty Dog
    - Arthur

    And a few others

    There's no way in the world that we'll be getting, for example 'More' or 'Ummagumma' from Floyd
     
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  3. MarcS

    MarcS Forum Resident

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    Oradell NJ
    My guess: Blind Faith with the live audio from Hyde Park, Abbey Road, Tommy with a Live show and demos; Liege & Lief, Let it Bleed, Aoxomoxoa and Arthur.
     
  4. beatleroadie

    beatleroadie Forum Resident

    Crosby Stills & Nash is the big one that comes to mind.

    Not sure what, if anything is left in the vault to make an expanded edition beyond what's already been released on deluxe sets and compilations, but I wouldn't be surprised if CSN issued something.
     
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  5. Not everything is going to get a lavish 50th anniversary release. We saw many important and once popular albums not receive 50th anniversary reissues in 2018, much less deluxe editions.

    The market has shrunk where if a label doesn't think they can charge $100 for a release, it's not getting anything.
     
  6. uncarvedbloke

    uncarvedbloke Forum Resident

    Location:
    S~O~T UK
    Mrs Mills - Party Mixture + Back To The Roaring 20s on Parlaphone are missing off that list.
     
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  7. pokemaniacjunk

    pokemaniacjunk Forum Resident

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    south paris maine
    probably Abbey Road and Empty Sky
     
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  8. JoeF.

    JoeF. Forum Resident

    Location:
    New Jersey, USA
    How about boxing all three of the albums Fairport Convention released in 1969, adding whatever bonus or BBC extras. They can call it "1969.'

    I think we'll see Abbey Road, ;the first two Zeppelin albums ; Blind Faith -- but how much is left that hasn't come out? Ditto for Crimson King.
     
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  9. JoeF.

    JoeF. Forum Resident

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    New Jersey, USA
    I don't think they'll be anything for Empty Sky--though I'd be interested in hearing it.

    I think the Elton John 50th Anniversary series--you know they'll do it-- will begin in earnest in 2020 with Elton John (1970)

    I've said this on similar threads--I'd like to see a Elton BBC Collection.
     
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  10. JoeF.

    JoeF. Forum Resident

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    New Jersey, USA
    Didn't Neil Young's self-titled debut come out in November of 1968--and then was quickly pulled--only to come out in January '69?
    Never got it straight.
     
  11. joe1320

    joe1320 Forum Resident

    Location:
    dublin, ireland
    I be very surprised if we don’t see David Bowie Space Oddity
    As the start of his 50th anniversary series
     
  12. If I Can Dream_23

    If I Can Dream_23 Forum Resident

    Location:
    United States
    Sounds good to me. I'll be awaiting a Super Deluxe for each and every one! :p
     
  13. Madness

    Madness Forum Resident

    Location:
    Maryland, USA
    Did CCR really release three albums that year?

    I can see Abbey Road and Tommy as 50th releases.
     
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  14. Elliottmarx

    Elliottmarx Always in the mood for Burt Bacharach

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    Los Angeles
    Though the album was not released until a little later, this August will be he 5oth anniversary of Woodstock. I'd have to imagine that this will be made into a big deal.
     
  15. shakti

    shakti Forum Resident

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    Ramnes, Norway
    Tommy needs a new reissue, I don't think that one has been reissued since the mid-90s? [/irony] (How's that for late 90s Internet humour?)

    Seriously, out of these, I'd love to see 50th anniversary sets with surround mixes for

    Sly - Stand
    Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
    Stones - Let It Bleed (but it's not gonna happen)
    Santana - Quad mix exists and soooo ripe for reissue
    ABB - the Idlewild South Deluxe was excellent, not sure if the original multitracks allow quite as good a surround mix for this one though
    LZ I and II - but again, not too likely to happen
     
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  16. Lands End Drums

    Lands End Drums Forum Resident

    King Crimson already announced a box for In The Court Of The Crimson King

    Abbey Road seems obvious enough.

    We know The Grateful Dead's Aoxomoxoa is getting the deluxe treatment (Live/Dead too I assume.)

    I could see The Moody Blues' On The Threshold Of A Dream and To Our Children's Chrildren's Children getting something like the previous two albums did.

    Maybe time for Trout Mask Replica to be widely available again...
     
  17. The Lone Cadaver

    The Lone Cadaver Forum Resident

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    Bronx
    Tommy has already been done, deluxe and super deluxe box in 2013.
    S.F. Sorrow (UK 1968, US 1969) has been done as an expanded edition in both mono and stereo and again this year as a box set with the 1998 reunion concert.
    Court of the Crimson King is coming, but again it's already been done as a deluxe and super deluxe, both in 2009.
    Maybe Blind Faith or A Salty Dog, but we already have deluxe editions of those, 2001 and 2015.
    Mott the Hoople is releasing an expanded box set of their first four albums shortly.
    Quicksilver released a box set of all their albums in 2015. Plus there are many new-ish live albums plus a couple of rarities albums, so I doubt they'll be much more.
    The obvious one is Abbey Road.
    But I'd much rather see a comprehensive box set of the four Joe Walsh James Gang albums with the Zachariah tracks, unreleased stuff, demos, the Little Richard jams and the complete Carnegie Hall concert from 1971. Plus a remastered double CD of their terrific 2001 Cleveland reunion concerts (bootlegged ever since) along with whatever good show(s) they have from the 2006 reunion tour. The Dallas and New York shows were killer. And toss in the French Pop 2 show and Beat Club material on DVD.
    AND a comprehensive box set of Steppenwolf s/t thru For Ladies Only remastered with all the bonus goodies we've all come to expect. Along with one of the 1971 or 1972 live shows remastered and a DVD of all the extant TV and live videos.
     
  18. Dylancat

    Dylancat Forum Resident

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Everyone of these will have a 4cd boxset...
    Get your wallet and credit card ready..
     
  19. Dylancat

    Dylancat Forum Resident

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Yep.
    CCR had a busy year...
    Great year too
     
  20. Dylancat

    Dylancat Forum Resident

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Abbey Road a sure thing....
     
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  21. Dylancat

    Dylancat Forum Resident

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    Cincinnati, OH
    Moody Blues 50th for both albums could be a bit of an endeavor, just due to the lack of anything left in the vaults..
     
  22. Given what a mess the Moby Grape catalog is what with their manager still around to sue them for changing their underpants, etc. I have to wonder if putting together a deluxe would even be considered.
     
  23. anth67

    anth67 Purveyor of Hogwash

    Location:
    NW USA
    Guessing we won't get this one:

    [​IMG]
     
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  24. Tom M

    Tom M Forum Resident

    Location:
    NJ
    I'd like to see:
    Crimson and Clover & Cellophane Symphony (also 1969?) - Tommy James and the Shondells
    Monster - Steppenwolf
    Noah - Bob Seger System (I know, I'm dreaming)
     
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  25. rjp

    rjp Senior Member Thread Starter

    Location:
    ohio
    just a regular old release of 'noah' would be fine by me.
     

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