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Record Store Day 2017

Record Store Day 2017, 10th Anniversary.

The Record Store Day is 10 years old, and this year on the occasion of the tenth anniversary, celebrating all independent music shops 'indie', on April 22, 2017.  St. Vincent is the global ambassador of the initiative.

The Record Store Day is a day of celebration, at the international level, which recurs every year, every third Saturday of April, and whose purpose is to celebrate the more than 700 stores in the United States independent disks, along with hundreds of thousands independent music stores around the world.

The Record Store Day is officially born in 2007 and is celebrated every year with the publication of hundreds of recordings by artists who participate in making special appearances, performances, meetings and hospitality with their fans, as well as the organization of exhibitions' art prints vinyl and cD special edition, along with other promotional products created specially for the occasion.

The Record Store Day is usually the occasion for the publication of exclusive editions, this year among others, records of David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd and Prince.

Four publications dedicated to the 'White Duke': 'Cracked Actor' triple unreleased live recorded in Los Angeles in 1974.

An album with seven alternative versions era 'Hunky Dory'.

The 45 RPM of  'Ragazzo solo, Ragazza Sola', the Italian version of 'Space oddity' with Bowie and Mogol text published in Italy in 1970.

Bruce Springsteen with Official vinyl 'Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1975'.

Pink Floyd with a new version of ' Interstellar Overdrive' is the session of  'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn'.

Prince with vinyl picture disc of 'Little Red Corvette' (published for the first time in 1982) and the album 'What time is it' of Time (that were right products from Prince).

And even Jimi Hendrix, Santana, the Grateful Dead, and 'Live At The Matrix' by the Doors.

And do not forget the fantastic 45 RPM, the picture disc of 'Africa' by Toto, 'Rollo' of Frank Zappa, 'The Boy With The Thorn In His Side' of Smiths',  'Thousand Knives'  by Sakamoto, and  'Red Hill Mining Town'  by U2.