Image Courtesy of Record Store DayThe complete official list of releases for Record Store Day 2015 has been unveiled, and, as always, it includes a heaping pile of vinyl records from artists young and old. Among the many classic-rock luminaries who will be issuing limited-edition discs for the campaign, including Paul McCartney, Brian Wilson, The Bee Gees, Herman’s Hermits and Bob Dylan.

McCartney will be releasing the long-out-or-print The Family Way: Original Soundtrack Recording as a 12-inch LP, while Wilson’s offering will be a seven-inch single featuring the songs “The Right Time” and “Sail Away,” both from the Beach Boys mastermind’s upcoming solo album, No Pier Pressure.

The Bee Gees’ Record Store Day release is a 12-inch disc titled Extended that boasts four classic songs from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Herman’s Hermits will offer up a reissue of 1967’s Blaze, the final studio album by the group’s original lineup.

Dylan has three discs that will be issued for the initiative: a seven-inch blue vinyl disc featuring “The Night We Called It a Day” and “Stay with Me,” two songs from his new album of standards, Shadows in the Night; and stereo and mono versions of a 12-inch LP that includes a selection of tunes from Bob’s famed 1967 “Basement Tapes” sessions with The Band. Each copy of the latter two discs are individually numbered and signed by Band keyboardist Garth Hudson.

Other artists that releasing exclusive discs for Record Store Day 2015 include Gregg Allman, The Animals, Jeff Beck, Blue Oyster Cult, David Bowie, Johnny Cash, The Doors, The Everly Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix, The Kinks, Queen‘s Brian May, John Oates, Otis Redding, Todd Rundgren, Simon & Garfunkel, Frank Sinatra, Sly and the Family Stone, U2, Dionne Warwick and The Zombies.

Record Store Day 2015 will be held at independent record stores across the country on April 18. Visit RecordStoreDay.com for a full list of releases.

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