Quo: Deluxe Editions ‘Blue For You, ‘Just Supposin’’ and ‘Never Too Late’

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Quo: Deluxe Editions

Blue For You, ‘Just Supposin’’ and ‘Never Too Late’

Status Quo are delighted to announce the release of deluxe expanded 2CD / 3CD versions of a trio of classic albums that were released on the revered Vertigo label, namely Blue For You, Just Supposin’ and Never Too Late. These special editions are to be issued by UMe, on May 26, 2017.  Offering 36 previously unreleased tracks/versions between them [see track-listing], these carefully curated special releases come with an enhanced booklet containing new notes by Classic Rock’s Dave Ling and also feature rare photos and memorabilia from the band’s personal collection.

Blue For You was originally released in 1976 and is one of Status Quo’s definitive albums. It was the last to feature the band’s classic 4-piece line up and reached No. 1 in the UK album charts.  It contains the classic “Rain” as well as live favorite “Is There A Better Way.”  This Deluxe version is released as a 2CD and has been re-mastered by Andy Pearce with the assistance of ‘unofficial 5th band member’ Bob Young from the original tapes and has a bonus disc of demos and live material from the band’s vault.

Just Supposin’ is another of Quo’s finest albums – released in 1980 it reached No. 4 in the UK album charts and spawned the singles “What You’re Proposing” and “Rock N Roll.” Again re-mastered by Andy Pearce with Bob Young from original tapes, this 2CD release has a bonus disc of B-Sides and Live recordings.

Released in 1981, Never Too Late was the last album to feature drummer John Coghlan and reached No. 2 in the UK LP charts. This 3CD Deluxe edition has been re-mastered by Andy Pearce and Bob Young from the original tapes and has a bonus disc of archive recordings as well as a concert from 1981.

These releases are fully supported and endorsed by the band members, past and present – and represent a triumphant revisiting one of the monumental periods of one of the world’s most important rock acts, Status Quo.




Is There a Better Way?

Mad About the Boy

Ring of A Change

Blue for You


Rolling Home

That’s A Fact

Ease Your Mind

Mystery Song


CD TWO                                                               

You Lost the Love – B-Side

Mystery Song – Single Version

Wild Side of Life – B-Side

All Through the Night – B-Side

Wild Side of Life – Demo

Bye Bye Johnny – Osaka *

Caroline – Osaka *

Don’t Waste My Time – Osaka *

In My Chair – Osaka *

Roll Over Lay Down – Osaka *

Is There a Better Way – Osaka *

Rain –Osaka *

Honky Tonk Angel – Demo



CD ONE                                                                                                

What You’re Proposing

Run to Mummy

Don’t Drive My Car


Over the Edge

The Wild Ones

Name of The Game

Coming and Going

Rock ‘N’ Roll


CD TWO                                                               

AB Blues – B-Side                                                                  

Coming and Going – Writing 1980

Don’t Drive My Car – Live – Le Mans 1981 *

Over the Edge – Live – Le Mans 1981 *

Rock N Roll – Live – Le Mans 1981 *

Something ’bout You Baby I Like – Live – Le Mans 1981 *

What Your Proposing – Live – Le Mans 1981 *



CD ONE                                                                                                

Never Too Late

Something ‘Bout You Baby I Like

Take Me Away

Falling In Falling Out


Long Ago

Mountain Lady

Don’t Stop Me Now

Enough Is Enough



CD TWO                                                               

Rock ‘N’ Roll – Single Version

Don’t Stop Me Now – Austrian Flexi Disc *

What You’re Proposing – Austrian Flexi Disc *

LP Overview – Austrian Flexi Disc *

Something ‘Bout You Baby I Like – Austrian Flexi Disc *

Something ‘Bout You Baby I Like – demo acoustic instrumental

Caroline – St Austell 1981 *

Roll Over Lay Down – St Austell 1981*

Backwater – St Austell 1981*

Little Lady – St Austell 1981 *

Don’t Drive My Car – St Austell 1981*

Whatever You Want – St Austell 1981*

Hold You Back – St Austell 1981*

Something ‘Bout You Baby I Like – St Austell 1981*

Rockin All Over the World – St Austell 1981*

Over the Edge – St Austell 1981*


CD THREE                                                           

Rock N Roll – St Austell 1981*

Dirty Water – St Austell 1981*

4500 Times – St Austell 1981*

Big Fat Mama – St Austell 1981*

Don’t Waste My Time – St Austell 1981*

Roadhouse Blues – St Austell 1981*

Rain – St Austell 1981*

Down Down – St Austell 1981*

Drum Solo – St Austell 1981*

Bye Bye Johnny – St Austell 1981*

*Previously unreleased

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