In The News: Miles Davis, Highwaymen, Spain, Low Anthem, Paul McCartney, Steve Earle And More


Prestige Records will honor the late Miles Davis’ 90th birthday with the release of The Complete Prestige 10-Inch LP Collection on May 13 … The Highwaymen Live: American Outlaws is a deluxe three-CD/one-DVD boxed set featuring concert performances by the Highwaymen (a.k.a country’s first supergroup, comprised of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson). It’s due out May 20 via Columbia/Legacy … The sixth studio album from Spain, Carolina, will be available from Diamond Soul on June 3 … The Low Anthem’s fourth full-length, Eyeland, is set for a June 17 release via Washington Square … On June 10, a career-spanning collection of 67 Paul McCartney tracks curated by McCartney himself will be released by Concord. Pure McCartney will be available in multiple formats and contain work from his solo career, Wings and Fireman … Warner Bros. has announced the April 8 release of the soundtrack to Everybody Wants Some, the upcoming film by Richard Linklater, which features tracks by Van Halen, the Cars, the Knack, Blondie and more … The four albums Steve Earle recorded with MCA Records—Guitar Town, Exit 0, Cooperhead Road and The Hard Way—have been remastered and will be issued on vinyl on May 6 … Hollow Bones is the fifth album from Rival Sons, due out June 10 on Earache … Odonis Odonis will release new album Post Plague on June 17 via Felte … April 22 will see the release of Paul Kelly’s Seven Sonnets & A Song, a mini-album featuring six Shakespeare sonnets as well as a song from Twelfth Night, from Gawd Aggie/Cooking Vinyl America … Omnivore Recordings will reissue two albums by the Blind Boys Of Alabama, Spirit Of The Century and Higher Ground, as expanded versions on May 13.

—Emily Costantino