Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by nukevor, May 21, 2008.
Fool For the City
No digital version info as of this writing...
Was lookin' for some Foghat. Would like a CD though. Do they sometimes release a CD after an LP?
I don't see it at all on the MF website.
Hopefully they'll do several more of the Foghat LP's. I'd love to see them do 'Stone Blue'.
I'm hoping for a digital version! Lots of intriguing titles are popping up on the musicdirect.com site for upcoming release by Mofi . . .
This is cool! I'm gonna buy one!
I hope they do a Gold remaster also.
Release date: TBD
I'm getting REALLY tired of seeing THAT!
Tell me about it when you have it in stock. No more teasers.
I can feel my wallet getting lighter already.
This and I'd like to see Live from 1977 be done also.
Or, their best album, Rock 'N' Roll Outlaws.
I already have too many rekkids to buy!
Oops. I started another thread by mistake on this. Sorry Ben. I'm no fool.
Anyhow, new information to report! I also noticed three more albums today:
Faith No More, Angeldust
Linda Ronstadt, Prisoner in Disguise and Simple Dreams.
No mention there of the new Ronstadts.
Cool, I hope they release a 24K cd of "Fool For The City" though, and continue and some more Foghat, particularly their debut and the previously mentioned Rock n Roll Outlaws, Live & Stone Blue.
Is Mofi still doing this? I checked their site yesterday, and I saw no mention of Fool For The City being issued.
It's still showing up on the Music Direct page, and since Music Direct basically is MoFi, I'm thinking (and hoping) yes. It couldn't hurt to send them an email though. I asked a few months ago about a gold disc of Queens of the Stone Age's Songs for the Deaf (which was listed on Music Direct very briefly as a pre-order), and I received a response within 24 hours.
I'll take the SACD.
Warner/Rhino SACDs. Very Interesting.
How about Simple Dreams on SACD?
Was listed on an email from Elusive Disc sent 09-11-08, as well.
Stone Blue would be a natural next-choice.
FFTC is a great Lp. The original Bearsville LP wrocks. They just didn't use the best recycled vinyl bits to press 'em.
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