January is typically the slowest time of year for new-music releases. With the fall and holiday season's big records out of the way (and hopefully in the hands of fans), the first month of the new year is usually seen as the graveyard or dumping ground for records with limited mainstream appeal.

But there are several noteworthy releases coming out over the next four weeks, including the latest album by Bruce Springsteen, 'High Hopes' -- a collection of cover tunes, remakes and outtakes coming out on Jan. 14.

There's also a new Beatles box set (gathering all of their U.S. albums released by Capitol Records), a comprehensive Small Faces box and the first solo album by David Crosby in two decades. Plus, Metallica's big-screen 'Through the Never' movie comes to home video.

Read on for a complete list of 2014′s classic-rock releases, and click on the highlighted album titles to learn more about those selections. Be sure to check out our rundown of all the new year's new music releases to keep up-to-date with what your favorite artists will release in 2014.

January 2014 New Music Releases:

January 7
Blood, Sweat & Tears, 'The Complete Columbia Singles'
Peter Gabriel, 'Scratch My Back & I'll Scratch Yours'
Grateful Dead, 'Dick's Picks, Vol. 10 - Winterland Arena, Dec. 29, 1977)

January 14
Scorpions, 'MTV Unplugged' (DVD/CD)
Bruce Springsteen, 'High Hopes'

January 21
The Beatles, 'The U.S. Albums' (13-CD box set)
The Doors, 'R-Evolution' (DVD)

January 28
David Crosby, 'Croz' (first solo album in two decades)
Metallica, 'Through the Never' (2013 concert / concept film)
Red Dragon Cartel, 'Red Dragon Cartel' (with Jake E. Lee)
Small Faces, 'Here Come the Nice: The Immediate Years 1967-1969' (box set)