March 2015 New Music Releases
Just like last month, our March 2015 New Music Releases rundown is highlighted by a trip into Jimmy Page's vaults. But rather than unleashing another chapter in his ongoing expansion of the Led Zeppelin catalog, this time the rock legend focuses on his solo film work.
Sound Tracks features expanded versions of the Death Wish II and Lucifer Rising soundtracks, and is available exclusively through Page's official website on CD, vinyl and a gorgeous but extremely pricey autographed deluxe package.
We also may (or may not) be getting our hands on the first Van Halen live album to feature David Lee Roth on vocals. Numerous reports state that Tokyo Dome Live in Concert, a document of a 2013 show, will arrive on March 31. But it's important to note the band has not confirmed this yet.
We do know that we'll be getting new albums from Ringo Starr, UFO, Vanilla Fudge, Mark Knopfler, Toto and Europe. You'll find more information on all of those albums below, as well as details of new catalog titles from the Grateful Dead, Judas Priest and the Who.
Here’s a full list of March’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.
Foghat, Live (vinyl)
J. Geils Band, Bloodshot (vinyl)
Jimmy Page, Sound Tracks (box set, March 6)
UFO, A Conspiracy of Stars
Vanilla Fudge, Spirit of '67
Various Artists, Immortal Randy Rhoads: The Ultimate Tribute
Richie Furay, Hand in Hand
Mark Knopfler, Tracker
Kansas, Miracles Out of Nowhere (documentary)
Michael Schenker's Temple of Rock, Spirit on a Mission
Van Morrison, Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue
Roger Taylor, Fun in Space, Strange Frontier
Toto, Toto XIV
The Who, 50th Anniversary Vinyl Reissues (various titles)
The Grateful Dead, The Best of the Grateful Dead
Boz Scaggs, A Fool to Care
Ringo Starr, Postcards From Paradise
Van Halen, Tokyo Dome Live in Concert (unconfirmed)
Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, Blaster