February 2015 New Music Releases
As you might expect for the year's shortest month, the February 2015 New Music Releases list isn't the most voluminous affair -- but there are some real gems to look forward to from heavyweights such as Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan and the Scorpions.
The biggest release -- in terms of anticipation, physical size and price -- has got to be the expanded edition of Led Zeppelin's 1975 double-album masterpiece 'Physical Graffiti.' As was the case with the previous five albums in Jimmy Page's full-catalog Zep overhaul, this one promises upgraded sound, deluxe packaging and a handful of unreleased tracks.
There's also the much-discussed new album of standards made famous by Frank Sinatra coming from Dylan, a documentary about Jeff Beck's early days and new efforts from Kid Rock and the "Wait, I thought they retired ... " Scorpions.
Here’s a full list of February’s new classic rock releases. Click on the highlighted titles to learn more about many of these records and videos. Don’t forget to check out our updated list of 2015 New Music Releases to look back on all of the great classic rock albums, videos and books that came out this year.
Bob Dylan, 'Shadows in the Night'
The Grateful Dead, 'Dick's Picks Volume 12: Providence' (reissue)
Jeff Beck, 'A Man for All Seasons: Jeff Beck in the 1960s' (documentary)
Blackberry Smoke, 'Holding All the Roses'
Robin Trower, 'Something's About to Change'
The Sweet, 'Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be' (expanded edition)
Kid Rock, 'First Kiss'
Led Zeppelin, 'Physical Graffiti' (remaster, various formats)
Revolution Saints, 'Revolution Saints' (Jack Blades, Deen Castronovo and Doug Aldrich)
Scorpions, 'Return to Forever'
Rick Springfield, 'Stripped Down' (live acoustic)
Rob Zombie, 'Spookshow International Live'