Exclusive Doors

The Doors London Fog release is to our knowledge the first 10-inch record ever released by The Doors, and it features a 1966 recording of the group when they were the house band at the Sunset Strip bar the London Fog, including the song “Strange Days,” later to be the title track on their second album. This 10-inch is limited to 7,000 copies and also features “You Make Me Real,” later to surface on their album Morrison Hotel.


Cheech & Chong 7″ picture disc

The now infamous marijuana leaf picture disc 7″ vinyl returns! Cheech & Chong once again blessed this release with a new leaf, and their updated version of “Up In Smoke”, backed with the original version of “Up In Smoke” on the B side! Best of all it has a special “scratch & sniff” sticker so everyone can take a whiff of just how unique and great this release is! 😛


Bob Dylan bootleg…

This release is an exact duplicate of the test pressing of Blood on the Tracks from early 1975, consisting entirely of material from sessions at A&R Recording Studios in New York City. This release contains unique mixes from those sessions, available commercially for the first time ever!rsd

Grateful Dead + Dogfish Head Ale!

What does music to sit back on the porch on a nice summer evening sound like? This album! Digging deep into the Dead’s discography with such tracks as “If I Had The World To Give”, “Sage & Spirit”, “Lost Sailor”, and “High Time” among others, this album is perfect to enjoy on a nice summer night with a Dogfish Head Ale!


Another Dead release that this RSD brings us is The Warfield, two complete acoustic sets from Warfield shows in October 1980, celebrating the Grateful Dead’s 15th anniversary. These two sets are a perfect blending of older cuts from Dead’s extensive repertoire.