Oldies (20/02/2018) The Who Live At The Fillmore East 1968 The Who were in New York to conclude a gruelling tour on April 4th, 1968, the day that Dr Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. America was already a country divided; Anti-Vietnam demonstrations, civil rights disturbances and militant student activism. With this turmoil as a backdrop on Friday and ... Oldies (16/02/2018) Steve Miller Band Announces New 180-Gram Vinyl Box Set, 'Complete Albums Volume 1 (1968-1976),' For Worldwide Release On May 18, 2018 It's been 50 years since Steve Miller Band's first two Capitol Records albums were released in 1968, and now Miller and Capitol/UMe are incredibly excited to announce the May 18 release of the legendary Steve Miller Band's first nine studio albums in an unprecedented new 180-gram vinyl box set collection ... Oldies (15/02/2018) White Hot Hits: Mercury Records/ume Launches Yearlong Series Of 45th Anniversary Reissues Honoring The Soulful Legacy Of Barry White On 20th Century Records From his hitmaking '70s heyday until his untimely passing in 2003, Barry White set an unmatched standard for sexy, seductive, soulful R&B. As a vocalist, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, White created music that was unmatched in its sonic and romantic intensity, highlighted by lush, widescreen ... Oldies (09/02/2018) Unheard Music From Rev. Gary Davis 'The Avant Garde Recordings' Coming From Omnivore Recordings On March 23rd The Rev. Gary Davis, born in 1896 in the Piedmont region of Laurens, S.C., was a blues and gospel singer who played guitar, banjo, and harmonica and influenced a generation of blues revivalists in the '60s and beyond — ranging from Dave Van Ronk to Keb' Mo'. Following decades of playing the Carolinas ... Oldies (08/02/2018) Legacy Recordings To Release 'Johnny Cash: Forever Words', An Album Of Cash's Unknown Poems & Other Writings Transformed Into New Songs By Contemporary Artists Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release Johnny Cash: Forever Words--a collaborative album consisting of songs created from Johnny Cash's unknown poetry, lyrics, and letters set to music by an astounding array of contemporary artists--on Friday, April 6.
The album ... Oldies (07/02/2018) 'Memphis Rent Party' Compilation To Robert Gordon's Book Coming March 9th On Fat Possum: Furry Lewis, Alex Chilton, Panther Burns, Junior Kimbrough, More Memphis is about individualism, about distinct characters making "it" different. The best music out of Memphis — be it deep blues, early rocking Elvis, Stax soul, indie 1990s Grifters, or today's Julien Baker or North Mississippi All Stars — forged its own sound. The Memphis aesthetic is to not ... Oldies (06/02/2018) What People Don't Know About The Beatles And The Guru They Visited In India 50 Years Ago Maharishi & Me: Seeking Enlightenment with the Beatles' Guru to be released in February: www.susanshumsky.com, www.drsusan.org
Feb. to Apr.: 50th anniversary of the Beatles in India
Feb. 5: 10th anniversary of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's death
Feb. 25: George Harrison's 75th birthday
Before ... Oldies (01/02/2018) Geoff & Maria Muldaur, Lyman Family With Lisa Kindred LPs Available From Omnivore For First Time On CD This spring Omnivore Recordings will release three out-of-print titles from the jug-band sector of the folk boom: two by the husband and wife duo of Geoff and Maria Muldaur, 1968's LP Pottery Pie and 1972 follow-up Sweet Potatoes; and American Avatar: Love Comes Rolling Down album from the Lyman Family ... Oldies (31/01/2018) "The American Songster" Dom Flemons Explores History Of The American West With Collection Of African American Cowboy Songs 'Black Cowboys' is the new album from multi-instrumentalist, songster, and co-founding member of the GRAMMY Award winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, Dom Flemons. More than a collection of songs from the "Wild West," the record sheds light on the prominent but often overlooked role African American pioneers ... Oldies (26/01/2018) Guitarist Kenny Burrell's Swing Classic "A Generation Ago Today" Revived After Half A Century It's been nearly two generations since jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell's tribute to pioneering electric guitarist Charlie Christian and "The King of Swing" Benny Goodman, A Generation Ago Today, was released. The long-out-of-print album has been revived and is now, for the first time in the U.S., available ... Page: Previous | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | Next |
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