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Appetite for destruction (Super deluxe)
Hard Rock
29/06/2018

  • Caja de cuero sintético en alto relieve
  • Cruz 3D hecha a mano
  • Libro de 96 páginas con fotos inéditas del archivo personal de Axl Rose (Super deluxe edition)
  • 4 CDs con un total de 73 pistas, incluyendo 49 inéditas
  • Blu-ray audio disc 5.1 sonido envolvente
  • 7 EPs 12 pulgadas de vinilo de 180 gramos, entre ellos: 
    el registro original expandido en dos EPs 
    versión del álbum vuelto a mezclar de la grabación analógica 
    Slipcase metalizadas edición limitada 
    El cuarto lado es un holograma 
    LP caras B y EPs y EP Vivo como un suicidio
    3 LPs con sesiones en el estudio Sound City y 25 temas inéditos de la sesión de 1986 y dos temas inéditos de las sesiones de Mike Clink
  • 7 sencillos de 7 pulgadas en vinilo amarillo
  • 12 ilustraciones para cada pista del Appetite for Destruction
  • Tapete para toca-discos
  • 6 réplicas de volantes del espectáculo de la época
  • 1 flyer de invitación para la grabación del clip de Welcome to the Jungle
  • 1 paño de micro-fibra para limpiar discos de vinilo
  • 6 parches para ser aplicados en caliente
  • 5 paletas de guitarra de metal
  • 3 réplica de entradas de la época
  • 5 pins de solapa con las calaveras
  • 2 monedas coleccionables de 2 pulgadas
  • 5 botones
  • 1 adaptador para vinilos de 7 pulgadas
  • 5 anillos de metal de la banda
  • 1 pendrive USB
  • 5 fotos de la banda inéditas
  • 6 tatuajes temporales
  • 1 litogravura de Robert Williams
  • 2 posters de pared
  • 1 bandana personalizada con tinta plateada
  • 1 réplica de cartel de show de 85 '/ 86' con certificado de autenticidad

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Chicago / five-disc collector’s edition

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In the box

Chicago II CD – Steven Wilson remix
Chicago II 2LP vinyl – Steven Wilson remix
Chicago II: Live on Soundstage (2017 live performance) – CD
Chicago II: Live on Soundstage (2017 live performance) – DVD

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chicago-II-Collectors/dp/B07CXZ9FL5//ref=as_li_ss_tl?&linkCode=ll1&tag=superdeluxeed-21&linkId=ed183bb83638ba0dcfccb161135ee541

 

no es malo......:o

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Spandau Ballet / Gold 2LP vinyl

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Side 1
1. Gold
2. True
3. Only When You Leave
4. This Is the Love*

Side: 2
1. Lifeline
2. Communication
3. Instinction (Edit)
4. Chant No 1 (I Don’t Need This Pressure On)
5. To Cut a Long Story Short
6. The Freeze

Side 3
1. Musclebound
2. Paint Me Down
3. She Loved Like Diamond
4. Round and Round
5. Highly Strung

Side 4
1. Fight for Ourselves
2. Steal*
3. I’ll Fly for You
4. Through the Barricades

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The Rolling Stones

‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’ Includes:
• Sticky Fingers (1971)
• Exile On Main St (1972)
• Goats Head Soup (1973)
• It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (1974)
• Black And Blue (1976)
• Some Girls (1978)
• Emotional Rescue (1980)
• Tattoo You (1981)
• Undercover (1983)
• Dirty Work (1986)
• Steel Wheels (1989)
• Voodoo Lounge (1994)
• Bridges To Babylon (1997)
• A Bigger Bang (2005)
• Blue & Lonesome (2016)


• EVERY ROLLING STONES STUDIO ALBUM FROM 1971 ONWARDS
• SOURCED FROM THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES
• REMASTERED AND CUT AT HALF-SPEED AT ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS 
• PRESSED ON HEAVYWEIGHT 180 GRAM BLACK VINYL
• INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED, LIMITED EDITION WITH ORIGINAL PACKAGING REPLICATIONS 
• ALL BOX SETS INCLUDE DOWNLOAD CODES FOR HIGH QUALITY DIGITAL VERSIONS

Whenever The Rolling Stones do anything, they do it with quality and gravitas. Having defined rock’n’roll in the 60s, The Rolling Stones entered their imperial phase in 1971 with Sticky Fingers. What followed is a run of albums that couldn’t have happened at any other time, by any other band: the decadent excess of Exile On Main St, the Jamaican voodoo swamp of Goats Head Soup, the disco and punk-infused prowl of Some Girls. With each new decade, the Stones evolved while staying true to their roots, coming full circle in 2016 with Blue & Lonesome, a love letter to their first inspiration: the blues.

‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’, a brand new 15 studio album limited-edition vinyl box-set, is now available for pre-order and scheduled to be released on June 15, 2018.

‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’ presents this monumental era in rock’n’roll history in a highly bespoke, lenticular mounted, limited edition box-set housing the 15 studio albums from Sticky Fingers through to Blue & Lonesome in faithful and intricate original packaging replications. Every album has been lovingly remastered and cut at revelatory half-speed at Abbey Road Studios, from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possibly sound from the format. Each album is pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl and includes a download card for HD digital redemption of the catalogue and includes a numbered certificate of authentication. 

Cut at half speed, these are among the highest quality vinyl pressings that these classic Rolling Stones albums will have ever received. Half speed mastering and pressed to a very high standard ensures top notch sound quality for the listener.  

Special care has been taken to create packaging to the same high standards, creating a detailed artwork reproduction for each album. ‘Some Girls’ comes housed in the replica design including 20 cut-outs on the cover, while the sleeve of ‘Sticky Fingers’ is presented as Andy Warhol’s original design, complete with a working zip with a hidden image underneath and ‘Exile On Main Street’ comes with a set of 12 original postcard inserts.

Abbey Road Studios’ engineers have been cutting grooves into discs since the studios first opened in 1931. In 2013, award-winning engineer Miles Showell joined their existing mastering team, bringing a wealth of disc-cutting experience with him. 

One of the artisan techniques offered by Abbey Road Studios that results in the very highest quality sound reproduction is Half Speed Cutting. This process involves the master source being played back at precisely half its recorded speed while the cutting lathe is similarly turned at half the desired playback speed. This allows the cutting head twice the time to cut the intricate groove, allowing considerably more accuracy with important matters such as frequency extremes and micro-dynamic contrasts. The resulting cuts have excellent high frequency response (treble) and very solid and stable stereo images. 

It’s not quite as simple as running everything at half rate. There is an EQ curve applied to all vinyl records and by running the lathe at half speed, all the frequencies are wrong. However, the technical staff at Abbey Road Studios have had new custom-built filters installed which allow Miles to practice half speed cutting to the full on a modified Neumann VMS-80 lathe. 

http://www.rollingstones.com/2018/04/25/the-studio-albums-vinyl-collection-1971-2016/

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https://www.dgmlive.com/news/Meltdown%20in%20Mexico

 

This 3CD/1Blu-Ray set features over three and a half hours of material performed during King Crimson’s five night residency at Teatro Metropolitan, Mexico City in July 2017 plus audio extras.
 
The Blu-Ray contains over two hours of multi-camera HD recorded footage, audio soundtrack in 24/48 LPCM, hi-res stereo and 5.1 DTS HD-MA (with 'picture off’ mode allowing the music to be heard independently in lossless audio).
 
Meltdown includes, for the first time with this line-up, audio recordings of Breathless, Discipline, Moonchild and Tony and Jeremy’s nightly Cadenza improvs.

Mixed by King Crimson member Bill Rieflin from full multi track recordings

Pre-order from:
Inner Knot (US) 
Burning Shed (UK & EU)

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King Crimson is a band that continues to defy conventional expectations. As listeners to last year’s rush-released official bootleg from June 2017 recorded in Chicago discovered, this band gets better by the year. Given the amount of rehearsals, practicing, constantly expanding repertoire base (nearly six hours’ worth of material ready to select from on any given night), wealth of experience among musicians, technicians/sound crew, more comfortable travelling arrangements, better PA systems/mixing desks & the fact that the band is playing, for the most part, in purpose built theatres rather than the more imaginatively named but sonically challenged venues that hosted rock gigs in previous decades, this should come as no surprise. But it does. Perhaps it’s still part of the Rock’n’Roll myth – the ‘hope I die before I get old’ thought process that seems forever associated with rock music that’s proved so difficult to alter. Whatever the reason, the concept of a band maturing, re-inventing itself and being able to present music from a lengthy history in recognisable but ever-changing ways, still with same sense of wonder as if it were newly-written, remains, if not unique, certainly notable.

A few weeks after the Chicago concert, the first part of 2017’s tour reached its final destination – five nights’ of concerts in Mexico City. All of the concerts were recorded and filmed with a view to issuing a definitive document of Crimson live in 2017 & “Meltdown” is the result of that process. With over two hours of HD filmed performance and three hours of audio – including, for the first time with this line-up, audio recordings of Breathless, Discipline, Moonchild & Tony & Jeremy’s nightly Cadenza improvs – “Meltdown” offers a comprehensive overview of a band at the very peak of its performing ability.

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https://shop.schizoidshop.com/meltdown-king-crimson-live-in-mexico-p1764.aspx?mc_cid=85206bb06b&mc_eid=35866e0753

 

Meltdown: Track-listing:

CD One:

Walk On
Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part One 
Neurotica   
Cirkus
Dawn Song 
Last Skirmish
Prince Rupert's Lament
The Hell Hounds of Krim
Red     
Fallen Angel    
Islands
The Talking Drum 
Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part Two    

CD2
   Indiscipline
  The ConstruKction of Light
   Epitaph
   Banshee Legs Bell Hassle
   Easy Money
   Interlude    
   The Letters
   The Sailor's Tale
   CatalytiKc No. 9
  Meltdown         
Radical Action II
   Level Five    
   Starless     




CD3
   Peace - An End    
   Pictures of a City
   Devil Dogs Of Tessellation Row   
   Fracture     
  The Court of the Crimson King     
Heroes        


   21st Century Schizoid Man
  Discipline  
  Moonchild    
   Tony's Cadenza
Jeremy's Cadenza
  Breathless    

 BLU-RAY (audio/video)
   Neurotica
   Pictures of a City
   Cirkus   
Dawn Song
 Last Skirmish 
Prince Rupert's Lament
   Epitaph
 Devil Dogs 
  Fracture
   Islands

   Indiscipline
   Peace - An End
   Easy Money
Interlude
   The Letters
   The Sailors Tale
Catalytic No 9
   Fallen Angel 
  The Talking Drum
   Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part 2
   Starless

  The Hell Hounds of Krim
   21st Century Schizoid Man
 

Meltdown: King Crimson, Live in Mexico

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http://www.rollingstones.com/2018/07/31/confessin-the-blues-in-collaboration-with-the-rolling-stones/

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BMG & UNIVERSAL PRESENT CONFESSIN’ THE BLUES.

ORIGINAL BLUES MASTERPIECES HAND-PICKED AND CURATED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ROLLING STONES.

DONATION TO WILLIE DIXON’S BLUES HEAVEN FOUNDATION

COVER ARTWORK BY RONNIE WOOD

`If you don't know the blues... there's no point in picking up the guitar and playing rock and roll or any other form of popular music’ - Keith Richards

As well as being the biggest band in the world, The Rolling Stones are also the biggest champions of the blues, so who better to curate a compilation in collaboration with BMG and Universal, of the music that inspired them throughout their career?

Confessin’ The Blues collects together the greatest bluesmen ever and provides a perfect education to the genre. The tracklisting on the various formats have been chosen by The Rolling Stones in collaboration with BMG and Universal and will be released on BMG on 9 November.

The Rolling Stones have long been supporters of the Blues from before the start of their career right through to their latest album, Blue & Lonesome which featured their interpretations of the classics, many of which appear in their original versions here on Confessin’ The Blues. Mick Jagger was an early fan of the Blues: “The first Muddy Waters album that was really popular was Muddy Waters at Newport, which was the first album I ever bought”. As such big supporters of the genre, the band and BMG/Universal have decided that 10% of BMG’s net receipts* from the sale of this album will be donated to Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation (Registered as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organisation in the United States).

Confessin’ The Blues includes tracks by the biggest Blues pioneers including Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Big Bill Broonzy and Robert Johnson. All of these artists had an impact on the nascent Rolling Stones, be they influencing Keith’s guitar licks or Mick’s vocals and lyrics. As Ronnie Wood says: “That’s how Mick and Keith first got close as well, on the train coming back from college. They noticed each other’s record collection and it was, “Hey, you’ve got Muddy Waters. You must be a good guy, let’s form a band”.

This 2CD version includes liner notes by music journalist Colin Larkin. The album cover artwork comes courtesy of Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood who has added his own personal twist to the project by painting his interpretation of a Bluesman. Confessin’ The Blues is a real musical education from those who know the genre best, the greatest living band on the planet, The Rolling Stones.

Tracklist:

CD1

  1. Muddy Waters - Rollin’ Stone
  2. Howlin’ Wolf - Little Red Rooster
  3. John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen
  4. Little Walter - I Hate To See You Go
  5. Chuck Berry - Little Queenie
  6. Bo Diddley - You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
  7. Eddie Taylor - Ride ’Em On Down
  8. Slim Harpo - I’m A King Bee
  9. Magic Sam - All Your Love
  10. Elmore James w/ Sonny Boy Williamson II - Dust My Broom
  11. Little Walter - Just Your Fool
  12. Muddy Waters - I Want To Be Loved
  13. Big Bill Broonzy - Key To The Highway
  14. Robert Johnson - Love In Vain Blues
  15. Mississippi Fred McDowell - You Gotta Move
  16. Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights, Big City
  17. Big Maceo - Worried Life Blues
  18. Little Johnny Taylor - Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Part 1)
  19. Howlin’ Wolf - Commit A Crime
  20. Otis Rush - I Can’t Quit You Baby
  21. Jay McShann & Walter Brown - Confessin’ The Blues

CD2

  1. Howlin’ Wolf - Just Like I Treat You
  2. Little Walter - I Got To Go
  3. Chuck Berry - Carol
  4. Bo Diddley - Mona
  5. Muddy Waters - I Just Want To Make Love To You
  6. Elmore James & The Broom Dusters - Blues Before Sunrise
  7. Eddie Taylor - Bad Boy
  8. Boy Blue - Boogie Children
  9. Jimmy Reed - Little Rain
  10. Robert Johnson - Stop Breakin’ Down Blues
  11. Reverend Robert Wilkins - The Prodigal Son
  12. Lightnin’ Slim - Hoodoo Blues
  13. Billy Boy Arnold - Don’t Stay Out All Night
  14. Bo Diddley - Crawdad
  15. Dale Hawkins - Susie Q
  16. Amos Milburn - Down The Road Apiece
  17. Howlin’ Wolf - Little Baby
  18. Little Walter - Blue And Lonesome
  19. B.B. King - Rock Me Baby
  20. Buddy Guy - Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues
  21. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

10% of BMG’s Net Receipts* from the sale of this album with a minimum of £0.65 UK pounds sterling will be donated to Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation (registered as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organisation in the United States).

 

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Tengo la idea que Cerati no tiene muchos adeptos en este foro. Este disco se viene en breve, una compilación de colaboraciones de Cerati, con otros músicos. Destacan, el conocido cover de The Police, Tráeme la Noche y "El Mareo", una canción de Cerati, con BajoFondo. "SATELITE"

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En cuanto a nuevos lanzamientos rock/metal sigo esta lista que incluye promesas de novedades hasta noviembre. Igual tiene relanzamientos pero no son prioridad.

http://loudwire.com/2018-hard-rock-metal-album-release-calendar/

Por ejemplo sale anunciado el disco de Alice in Chains para la próxima semana

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Por otra parte en cuanto a omisiones a la rápida se me ocurre que no aparece el disco de Hate Eternal anunciado para fines de octubre. Según metal archives para el 26 de octubre. Hasta tapa le tienen allá.

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En cuanto a nuevos lanzamientos rock/metal sigo esta lista que incluye promesas de novedades hasta noviembre. Igual tiene relanzamientos pero no son prioridad.

http://loudwire.com/2018-hard-rock-metal-album-release-calendar/

Por ejemplo sale anunciado el disco de Alice in Chains para la próxima semana

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Por otra parte en cuanto a omisiones a la rápida se me ocurre que no aparece el disco de Hate Eternal anunciado para fines de octubre. Según metal archives para el 26 de octubre. Hasta tapa le tienen allá.

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Espero con ansias el nuevo de AIC una de mis bandas favoritas y aun capaces de hacer buena música . Disco nuevo y show ya agendado en Chile. Que maravilla

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hace 1 hora, nomasfe10 dijo:

Espero con ansias el nuevo de AIC una de mis bandas favoritas y aun capaces de hacer buena música . Disco nuevo y show ya agendado en Chile. Que maravilla

Enviado desde mi iPhone utilizando Tapatalk

Al principio, por ser fan talibán de Layne, me costó aceptar a Duvall pero a medida que pasa el tiempo me cae mejor. Igual espero el nuevo disco pa ver si prendo y voy al recital.

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hace 2 horas, 3772_1464214617 dijo:

Opeth "Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheater" out November 2nd 2018.

En un poco más de una decena de ediciones 🤦🏻‍♂️

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uff como suenan en vivo actualmente la cagó, y al fin un concierto en HD

acá el video oficial de Sorceress de ese concierto en Red Rocks 

 

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hace 1 hora, nomasfe10 dijo:

Espero con ansias el nuevo de AIC una de mis bandas favoritas y aun capaces de hacer buena música . Disco nuevo y show ya agendado en Chile. Que maravilla

Enviado desde mi iPhone utilizando Tapatalk

hace 7 minutos, ElNacho dijo:

Al principio, por ser fan talibán de Layne, me costó aceptar a Duvall pero a medida que pasa el tiempo me cae mejor. Igual espero el nuevo disco pa ver si prendo y voy al recital.

igual esperando el disco nuevo, al menos los singles lanzados están a la altura de lo que es AIC.

Por otro lado yo aún no compro entrada para el concierto, espero que salga un sideshow de ellos solos para ir a ese, de lo contrario a verlos en el festival nomas.

 

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On 17/8/2018 at 11:00, nomasfe10 dijo:

Espero con ansias el nuevo de AIC una de mis bandas favoritas y aun capaces de hacer buena música . Disco nuevo y show ya agendado en Chile. Que maravilla

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ya está a la venta en The Knife en CD y Vinilo

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http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/john-lennons-imagine-reissued-as-comprehensive-six-disc-box-set/#more-143048

 

John Lennon’s Imagine reissued as comprehensive six-disc box set

August 23, 2018 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1970s, John Lennon, The Beatles, yoko ono

John Lennon / Imagine reissue 5 october 2018

4CD+2x blu-ray box set • 135-tracks • New 5.1 surround • Vintage Quad mix • track-by-track ‘audio montages’ • Raw Studio Mixes

In October, Universal Music will reissue John Lennon‘s 1971 Imagine album across a number of physical formats as Imagine – The Ultimate Collection. The most exciting of these is a new six-disc (four CDs and two blu-ray audio discs) super deluxe edition box set that is ‘remixed and remastered’ and contains all manner of outtakes, sessions, demos, alternate takes, surround mixes, and more. 135 tracks in total.

Fully authorised by Yoko Ono Lennon (who oversaw the production and creative direction), this set offers a variety of “immersive and intimate” listening experiences including what are being called the ‘Ultimate Mixes‘ of the album which promise amazing definition and clarity to ‘Raw Studio Mixes‘ which allow fans to her original stripped back performances to new 5.1 surround mixes and the old Quad Mix which is available for the first time in over 45 years.

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Of particular interest is ‘The Evolution Documentary’, which is describe as a ‘track-by-track audio montage’ that takes you through the development of each song from demo to master recording via “instructions, rehearsals, recordings, multitrack exploration and studio chatter.”

Fans might observe from the detailed track listings below, the fact that a remastered version of the original album mix is not present anywhere and neither is the ten-track album ‘alone’ on a disc at any point (CD 1 appends some bonus single A-sides and B-sides). The good news is that the two blu-ray discs appear to include EVERYTHING on the four CDs AND MORE. For example, there are only four ‘Elements’ mixes of tracks from Imagine on CD 2 of this box set, but six more (i.e. all the other album tracks) make an appearance on the second blu-ray disc. Likewise, what promises to be very interesting ‘Evolution’ mixes go beyond the just the album on blu-ray with bonus extra evolution mixes, including ‘Power To The People’, ‘Do The Oz’, ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’ and one called ‘Tittenhurst Park’.

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The original Quad tape boxes

The blu-ray discs contain a hi-res stereo and 5.1 surround sound version of the new remix of Imagine, and the 10 album tracks in the original Quad Mix.  The press release talks of 35 tracks in 5.1 surround sound, which means 25 of the singles, outtakes and remixes are also available in surround sound, although the track listing contradicts that slightly and suggests nearly all the content on the blu-rays has been remixed for 5.1. I’d suggest at this point that that may not be accurate and the 35 figure is more likely.

All audio has been remixed by engineer Paul Hicks at Abbey Road Studios under the supervision of Yoko Ono Lennon. He used high-definition 24-96 audio transfers of the original first generation multi-track recordings.

Talking about the remixes Hicks had the following to say:

“Phil Spector generally tended to record instruments directly onto the tape with all the reverb effects included (as was the case with George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass album). For the Imagine recordings, John & Yoko deliberately had all the tracks recorded dry. This made the album easier to remix with greater sonic clarity, because we had so much more individual control over each track. ‘Soldier’ has a big soup-y reverb all over it, but ‘Crippled Inside’ is really dry and raw. And that’s the beauty of John & Yoko’s collaboration with Phil Spector.

In 1971, before they recorded the strings in New York, John, Yoko and Phil did a stereo mix at Ascot Sound Studios, and having that original mix without strings helped in matching the new mixes to the originals. Using that as a starting point, we expanded it out as far as it felt it needed to go – in most cases, it was vocal work.

On the original Imagine album, the strings were all mixed down to mono.

In the new Ultimate Remixes, the strings are mixed in surround sound or in stereo – which also helps retain the focus on John. When you add the strings, it really takes the overall sound up to a whole new level. In the 5.1 Surround Sound mixes, John’s voice mainly comes straight out of the centre speaker, so you really connect with him, especially on the ballads.”

The super deluxe edition of Imagine surely exceeds the expectations of the majority of Lennon fans and will, by some margin, be the deepest exploration of an ex-Beatle’s solo work to date. A two-CD deluxe edition, a 2LP black vinyl (and limited clear vinyl) and a single CD remaster will also be available. The double vinyl has a selection of 12 outtakes on the second record.

Don’t forget, that the Imagine and Gimme Some Truth films have been hand-restored frame-by-frame from the original film reels into HD, and their soundtracks have been remixed in 5.1 surround sound, and remastered. They will also be released on blu-ray and DVD in October. The Imagine film is also being shown theatrically.

In terms of the box set pricing, for USA fans (or anyone outside the EU) the price comes down to £67 with VAT deducted, with only £3 for tracked shipping to the US! That’s something like $90 all in!

Imagine will reissued on 5 October 2018.

Paul Hicks’ insight into The Ultimate Mixes Outtakes:

The Ultimate Mixes Out-takes are mixed with a balance and EQ more akin to the original album mixes, with a little bit of additional effects – in the style of a ‘rough listening mix’ that John & Yoko and Phil Spector would have used to play them back at Ascot Sound Studios.

Imagine (demo)
Recorded four days before the master take on 23 May 1971, it’s a bit looser and covered in reverb, but it’s fully formed and beautifully raw with a little bluesy ending.

Imagine (take 1)
With the addition of John Tout on vibes, John Barham on harmonium and Nicky Hopkins on electric piano, and without the orchestral strings. John’s piano and vocal are both fully formed.

Crippled Inside (take 6 alt guitar solo)
The same take as the album master, with a different Dobro solo by George Harrison.

Jealous Guy (take 9)
Halfway to the final version (which was take 29) comes this beauty with Joey Molland and Tom Evans from Badfinger on acoustic guitars.

It’s So Hard (take 6)
Before the overdubs with John’s piano and King Curtis’ saxophones, this raw and rocking version has John on electric guitar and vocals, Jim Gordon on drums and Klaus Voormann on bass, much less reverb, and includes a little guitar solo from John.

I Don’t Wanna Be A Soldier Mama I Don’t Wanna Die (take 11)
Away from the deep soup-y reverb of the album version, this much earlier recording from 16 February 1971 features Bobby Keys on saxophone with a looser, more reggae feel.

Gimme Some Truth (take 4)
An earlier incarnation of take 4 before the overdubs – the guide vocal is less swamped in reverb, there’s no guitar solo, no electric harpsichord and no bass overdubs yet, but the song still has plenty of bite.

Oh My Love (take 6)
In this charming early and ‘un-produced’ take, the musicians are still perfecting the technical accuracy within the simplicity of their playing and John’s vocal has a palpable vulnerability.

How Do You Sleep? (takes 1 & 2)
A little funkier and with more improvisation from Nicky Hopkins on electric piano and George Harrison on electric guitar, this early combination of the two takes has a wonderful ‘live’ feel.

How? (take 31)
Three-quarters of the way to the final take 40, this was the last take to use John Tout’s vibes, which were eventually replaced by strings, and acoustic guitars played by Rod Lynton and Andy Davis.

Oh Yoko! (Bahamas 1969)
Discovered within the footage from John & Yoko’s Bed Peace movie, this is from the day they spent in the Bahamas on the way to Toronto and ultimately Montreal for their famous Bed-In for Peace. John & Yoko are playing the song to an obviously delighted Derek Taylor, their friend and publicist.

Power To The People (take 7)
This version relies heavily on John’s repetitive piano riff (eventually covered over by the choir) with strong vocals from John and sax by Bobby Keys.

God Save Us (demo)
John sent this demo to the Oz office so they could learn and write the words.

Do The Oz (take 3)
Michael Ramsden apes John’s guide vocal, with fantastic screams and vocal gymnastics from a duetting Yoko.

Happy Xmas (War Is Over) (Alt Mix)
John & Yoko duet in a stripped-back acoustic singalong mix of the master take, this time without the orchestra, choir and other Phil Spector production flourishes.

 

 

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PROCOL HARUM PERFORM THE ENTIRE ALBUM LIVE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM ON OCTOBER 9th 2018 WITH A FULL ORCHESTRA & CHOIR

FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK AND LINER NOTES

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a re- mastered and expanded edition of the classic album Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra by Procol Harum.

Recorded on 18th November 1971 at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada, the album captured a truly magical performance by Gary Brooker (vocals, piano), B.J. Wilson (drums), Chris Copping (organ and harpsichord), Alan Cartwright (bass) and Dave Ball (guitar), the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Da Camera Singers. Classic Procol Harum material such as ‘Conquistador’, ‘Whaling Stories’, ‘A Salty Dog’ and the epic ‘In Held ‘Twas in I’ were beautifully arranged by Gary Brooker and the resulting album was one of Procol’s most successful and spawned a hit single in ‘Conquistador’. It remains one of the finest collaborations between a rock band, orchestra and choir.

This new expanded edition of Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra has been newly re-mastered and includes five bonus tracks (two previously unreleased), drawn from the B- side of a single and the rehearsal sessions for the concert.

The release also includes an illustrated booklet featuring material from Gary Brooker’s personal archive and an essay by Procol Harum authority Roland Clare.

1. CONQUISTADOR
2. WHALING STORIES
3. A SALTY DOG
4. ALL THIS AND MORE
5. IN HELD ‘TWAS IN I

BONUS TRACKS
6. LUSKUS DELPH (B-SIDE OF 1972 SINGLE)
7. SIMPLE SISTER (REHEARSAL VERSION)
8. SHINE ON BRIGHTLY (REHEARSAL VERSION)
9. A SALTY DOG (REHEARSAL VERSION – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
10. LUSKUS DELPH (REHEARSAL VERSION – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

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  • 1. Intro "Truth"
  • 2. Nowhere Now
  • 3. Pariah
  • 4. Home Invasion / Regret #9
  • 5. The Creator Has A Mastertape
  • 6. Refuge
  • 7. People Who Eat Darkness
  • 8. Ancestral
  • 9. Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
  • 10. Permanating
  • 11. Song Of I
  • 12. Lazarus
  • 13. Detonation
  • 14. The Same Asylum As Before
  • 15. Song Of Unborn
  • 16. Vermillioncore
  • 17. Sleep Together
  • 18. Even Less
  • 19. Blank Tapes
  • 20. The Sound Of Muzak
  • 21. The Raven That Refused To Sing
  • 22. Routine (Rehearsal)
  • 23. Hand Cannot Erase (Rehearsal)
  • 24. Heartattack In A Layby (Rehearsal)
  • 25. Interview

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NEW REMASTERED & EXPANDED RELEASE OF THE CLASSIC 1972 LIVE ALBUM BY PROCOL HARUM

WITH FIVE BONUS TRACKS (TWO PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

PROCOL HARUM PERFORM THE ENTIRE ALBUM LIVE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM ON OCTOBER 9th 2018 WITH A FULL ORCHESTRA & CHOIR

FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK AND LINER NOTES

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a re- mastered and expanded edition of the classic album Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra by Procol Harum.

Recorded on 18th November 1971 at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada, the album captured a truly magical performance by Gary Brooker (vocals, piano), B.J. Wilson (drums), Chris Copping (organ and harpsichord), Alan Cartwright (bass) and Dave Ball (guitar), the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Da Camera Singers. Classic Procol Harum material such as ‘Conquistador’, ‘Whaling Stories’, ‘A Salty Dog’ and the epic ‘In Held ‘Twas in I’ were beautifully arranged by Gary Brooker and the resulting album was one of Procol’s most successful and spawned a hit single in ‘Conquistador’. It remains one of the finest collaborations between a rock band, orchestra and choir.

This new expanded edition of Live in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra has been newly re-mastered and includes five bonus tracks (two previously unreleased), drawn from the B- side of a single and the rehearsal sessions for the concert.

The release also includes an illustrated booklet featuring material from Gary Brooker’s personal archive and an essay by Procol Harum authority Roland Clare.

1. CONQUISTADOR
2. WHALING STORIES
3. A SALTY DOG
4. ALL THIS AND MORE
5. IN HELD ‘TWAS IN I

BONUS TRACKS
6. LUSKUS DELPH (B-SIDE OF 1972 SINGLE)
7. SIMPLE SISTER (REHEARSAL VERSION)
8. SHINE ON BRIGHTLY (REHEARSAL VERSION)
9. A SALTY DOG (REHEARSAL VERSION – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
10. LUSKUS DELPH (REHEARSAL VERSION – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

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  • 1. Intro "Truth"
  • 2. Nowhere Now
  • 3. Pariah
  • 4. Home Invasion / Regret #9
  • 5. The Creator Has A Mastertape
  • 6. Refuge
  • 7. People Who Eat Darkness
  • 8. Ancestral
  • 9. Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
  • 10. Permanating
  • 11. Song Of I
  • 12. Lazarus
  • 13. Detonation
  • 14. The Same Asylum As Before
  • 15. Song Of Unborn
  • 16. Vermillioncore
  • 17. Sleep Together
  • 18. Even Less
  • 19. Blank Tapes
  • 20. The Sound Of Muzak
  • 21. The Raven That Refused To Sing
  • 22. Routine (Rehearsal)
  • 23. Hand Cannot Erase (Rehearsal)
  • 24. Heartattack In A Layby (Rehearsal)
  • 25. Interview

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Hace rato que andaba detrás de este disco en CD. Una vez hace años lo vi en un local em Provi y lo dejé pasar. Siempre me arrepentí. Ya pre encargué mi copia, por fin. Es un gran disco

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…And Justice For All super deluxe edition

VINYL: …AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (REMASTERED) (180g)

SIDE ONE

  1. Blackened
  2. …And Justice for All

SIDE TWO

  1. Eye of the Beholder
  2. One

SIDE THREE

  1. The Shortest Straw
  2. Harvester of Sorrow
  3. The Frayed Ends of Sanity

SIDE FOUR

  1. To Live Is to Die
  2. Dyers Eve

VINYL: “ONE” PICTURE DISC

SIDE ONE:

  1. One

SIDE TWO:

  1. Seek & Destroy (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)

VINYL: LIVE – SEATTLE ’89 (triple LP) Newly mixed by Greg Fidelman

SIDE ONE

  1. The Ecstasy of Gold
  2. Blackened (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live – Seattle ’89)
  4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live – Seattle ’89)

SIDE TWO

  1. Harvester of Sorrow (Live – Seattle ’89)
  2. The Four Horsemen (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live – Seattle ’89)

SIDE THREE

  1. Bass Solo (Live – Seattle ’89)
  2. Master of Puppets (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. Fade to Black (Live – Seattle ’89)

SIDE FOUR

  1. Seek & Destroy (Live – Seattle ’89)
  2. …And Justice for All (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. One (Live – Seattle ’89)

SIDE FIVE

  1. Creeping Death (Live – Seattle ’89)
  2. Guitar Solo (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. Battery (Live – Seattle ’89)

SIDE SIX

  1. Encore Jam (Live – Seattle ’89)
  2. Last Caress (Live – Seattle ’89)
  3. Am I Evil? (Live – Seattle ’89)
  4. Whiplash (Live – Seattle ’89)
  5. Breadfan (Live – Seattle ’89)

CD: …AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (REMASTERED)

  1. Blackened
  2. …And Justice for All
  3. Eye of the Beholder
  4. One
  5. The Shortest Straw
  6. Harvester of Sorrow
  7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity
  8. To Live Is to Die
  9. Dyers Eve

CD: INTERVIEWS Previously Unreleased

  1. KSDT Interview with Jason
  2. Circus Magazine Interview with James
  3. KNAC Report from LA Monsters of Rock
  4. KHDX Interview with Kirk
  5. Metal Forces Magazine Interview with Lars

CD 3: RIFFS, JAMS & DEMOS Previously Unreleased except where noted.

DISC ONE

  1. Blackened (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  2. Blackened (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II)
  3. …And Justice for All (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  4. …And Justice for All (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  5. Eye of the Beholder (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  6. Eye of the Beholder (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II)
  7. One (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  8. The Shortest Straw (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  9. The Shortest Straw (1986, from James’ Riff Tapes II)
  10. Harvester of Sorrow (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  11. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  12. To Live Is to Die (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  13. To Live Is to Die (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  14. Dyers Eve (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  15. Dyers Eve (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
  16. Blackened (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
  17. …And Justice for All (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
  18. …And Justice for All (October 1987, Writing in Progress II)
  19. One (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
  20. The Shortest Straw (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
  21. …And Justice for All (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  22. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  23. One (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  24. Dyers Eve (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  25. Eye of the Beholder (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  26. To Live Is to Die (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  27. The Shortest Straw (December 1987, Writing in Progress)
  28. Harvester of Sorrow (December 1987, Writing in Progress)

DISC TWO

  1. Blackened (November 1987 Demo)
  2. …And Justice for All (November 1987 Demo)
  3. Eye of the Beholder (November 1987 Demo)
  4. One (November 1987 Demo) *previously released & newly remastered
  5. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (November 1987 Demo)
  6. Eye of the Beholder (January 1988 Demo)
  7. The Shortest Straw (January 1988 Demo)
  8. Harvester of Sorrow (January 1988 Demo)
  9. Dyers Eve (January 1988 Demo)
  10. To Live Is to Die (January 1988 Demo)

CD: ROUGH MIXES FROM THE VAULT Previously Unreleased

  1. Blackened (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  2. …And Justice for All (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  3. Eye of the Beholder (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  4. One (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  5. The Shortest Straw (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  6. Harvester of Sorrow (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  8. To Live Is to Die (Acoustic Intro) (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  9. To Live Is to Die (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  10. Dyers Eve (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  11. Breadfan (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  12. The Prince (Work in Progress Rough Mix)

*CD: LIVE AT THE TROUBADOUR, WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – MAY 24TH, 1988 + B SIDES * Previously Unreleased

DISC ONE Previously Unreleased

  1. Creeping Death (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  2. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  3. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  4. The Four Horsemen (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  5. Whiplash (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  6. Fade to Black (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  7. Seek & Destroy (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  8. Master of Puppets (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  9. Encore Jam (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  10. Last Caress (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  11. Am I Evil? (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  12. Battery (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)

DISC TWO Tracks 1-4 previously unreleased. Tracks 5-12 newly remastered.

  1. Encore Jam #2 (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  2. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  3. Leper Messiah (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  4. Blitzkrieg (Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  5. Breadfan (Remastered)
  6. The Prince (Remastered)
  7. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)
  8. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)
  9. Seek & Destroy (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)
  10. Creeping Death (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)
  11. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 29th, 1989)
  12. One (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 29th, 1989)
  13. Breadfan (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 30th, 1989)
  14. Last Caress (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 30th, 1989)

CD: LIVE AT HAMMERSMITH ODEON, LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 10TH, 1988 + RADIO EDITS Previously unreleased except where noted

DISC ONE

  1. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  2. The Four Horsemen (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  3. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  4. Eye of the Beholder (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  5. Bass Solo (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  6. Master of Puppets (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  7. Damage, Inc. (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  8. One (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  9. Seek & Destroy (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  10. …And Justice for All (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)

DISC TWO

  1. Encore Jam (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  2. Creeping Death (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  3. Fade to Black (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  4. Guitar Solo (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  5. Battery (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  6. Encore Jam #2 (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  7. Last Caress (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  8. Am I Evil? (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  9. Whiplash (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  10. Eye of the Beholder (Radio Edit) *previously released & newly remastered
  11. One (Radio Edit) *previously released & newly remastered
  12. …And Justice for All (Radio Edit) *previously released & newly remastered

CD: LIVE AT LONG BEACH ARENA, LONG BEACH, CA – DECEMBER 7TH, 1988 + MORE Previously Unreleased

DISC ONE

  1. Blackened (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  2. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  3. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  4. Leper Messiah (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  5. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  6. Eye of the Beholder (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  7. Bass Solo (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  8. Master of Puppets (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  9. One (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  10. Seek & Destroy (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)

DISC TWO

  1. …And Justice for All (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  2. Encore Jam (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  3. Creeping Death (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  4. Fade to Black (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  5. Guitar Solo (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  6. Battery (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  7. Last Caress (Live at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL – November 17th, 1988)
  8. Am I Evil? (Live at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL – November 17th, 1988)
  9. Whiplash (Live at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL – November 17th, 1988)

DVD 1: …AND CAMCORDERS FOR ALL & “ONE”

…AND CAMCORDERS FOR ALL Previously Unreleased

  1. Intro
  2. Barcelona
  3. Leiden
  4. San Francisco
  5. San Antonio
  6. Dallas
  7. Philadelphia
  8. Buffalo
  9. Auckland
  10. Osaka
  11. Hoffman Estates
  12. Richfield
  13. Thornville
  14. Greenville
  15. Atlanta
  16. Biloxi
  17. Concord
  18. Irvine (Night #2)
  19. Irvine (Night #3)
  20. Sao Paulo
  21. Sao Paulo

“ONE”

  1. 2 of One Introduction with Lars
  2. “One”
  3. “One (Jammin’ Version)”
  4. “One (Live at the 31st Annual GRAMMY® Awards)”

“ONE” B-ROLL

  1. Intro
  2. Band
  3. Lars
  4. Kirk
  5. James
  6. Jason
  7. More Band

DVD 2: LIVE AT SHORELINE AMPHITHEATRE, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1989 Previously Unreleased

  1. The Ecstasy of Gold
  2. Blackened
  3. For Whom the Bell Tolls
  4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
  5. Harvester of Sorrow
  6. The Four Horsemen
  7. The Thing That Should Not Be
  8. Bass Solo
  9. Master of Puppets
  10. Fade to Black
  11. Seek & Destroy
  12. …And Justice for All
  13. One
  14. Creeping Death
  15. Guitar Solo
  16. Battery
  17. Encore Jam
  18. Last Caress
  19. Am I Evil?
  20. Damage, Inc.
  21. Blitzkrieg
  22. Breadfan

**DVD 3: LIVE AT THE STONE BALLOON, NEWARK, DE – AUGUST 7TH, 1989 Previously Unreleased

  1. Backstage Shit
  2. The Ecstasy of Gold
  3. Creeping Death
  4. For Whom the Bell Tolls
  5. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
  6. The Four Horsemen
  7. Harvester of Sorrow
  8. Phantom Lord
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Master of Puppets
  11. Fade to Black
  12. No Remorse
  13. Seek & Destroy
  14. Last Caress
  15. Am I Evil?
  16. Motorbreath
  17. Hit the Lights
  18. Blitzkrieg
  19. Damage, Inc.
  20. Breadfan

DVD 4: JUSTICE ON WHEELS, MASA ITO INTERVIEWS, RAW LIVE FOOTAGE Raw live footage + partial Masa Ito interview previously Unreleased

Justice On Wheels

  1. Intro
  2. The Road Crew
  3. The Fans
  4. The Band
  5. The Video

Masa Ito Interviews

  1. Lars
  2. James
  3. Jason
  4. Kirk

Raw Live Footage (Live at JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA – June 11th, 1988)

  1. Whiplash
  2. Fade to Black
  3. Seek & Destroy

Raw Live Footage (Live at RPI Field House, Troy, NY – March 15th, 1989)

  1. Master of Puppets
  2. One

Raw Live Footage (Live at Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario – April 8th, 1989)

  1. Master of Puppets
  2. One
  3. Seek & Destroy

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3CD deluxe edition

CD 1
1. Blackened
2. …And Justice for All
3. Eye of the Beholder
4. One
5. The Shortest Straw
6. Harvester of Sorrow
7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity
8. To Live Is to Die
9. Dyers Eve

CD 2
1. Blackened (November 1987 Demo)
2. …And Justice for All (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
3. Eye of the Beholder (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
4. One (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
5. The Shortest Straw (December 1987, Writing in Progress)
6. Harvester of Sorrow (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (November 1987 Demo)
8. To Live Is to Die (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
9. Dyers Eve (January 1988 Demo)

CD 3
1. Blackened (Live – Seattle ’89) *previously released & newly mixed/remastered
2. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
3. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
4. Leper Messiah (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
5. Harvester of Sorrow (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
6. Eye of the Beholder (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
7. Seek & Destroy (Live at the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
8. Creeping Death (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989) *previously released & newly remastered
9. One (Live – Seattle ’89) *previously released & newly mixed/remastered
10. …And Justice for All (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
11. Whiplash (Live at the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
12. Breadfan (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 30th, 1989) *previously released & newly remastered

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…And Justice For All 2LP vinyl

Side 1
1. Blackened (Remastered)
2. …And Justice For All (Remastered)

Side 2
1. Eye Of The Beholder (Remastered)
2. One (Remastered)

Side 3
1. The Shortest Straw (Remastered)
2. Harvester Of Sorrow (Remastered)
3. The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Remastered)

Side 4
1. To Live Is To Die (Remastered)
2. Dyers Eve (Remastered)

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hace 2 minutos, Patolinsky dijo:

Les dejo un dato, Funtracks trajo 2 copias del "Both Directions At Once" de Coltrane, yo ya compré una...para que atinen. 

Ah!! Es en Cd.

 

Wena Patolinsky!... a cuanto la tienen?

 

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hace 3 minutos, Patolinsky dijo:

$13.900. Está a 25 lukas en ML (Están locos)

Muy buen precio...

Se agradece el dato!

 

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9 minutes ago, Patolinsky said:

Les dejo un dato, Funtracks trajo 2 copias del "Both Directions At Once" de Coltrane, yo ya compré una...para que atinen. 

Ah!! Es en Cd.

 

Buenos precios en esa tienda, pero son tan hediondos !!! :happy4

Como es un espacio pequeño y sin ventilación, el segundo piso está pasado a cebo!!! es muy desagradable! Fueran mujeres las que atienden tal vez me bancaría más la situación, pero no. Es muy desagradable...el gordo del segundo piso y el flaco de lentes que está encerrado como en un corral yo creo que ni comen. Viven ahí y no se mueven, y más encima les pusieron una reja...de verdad parece corral....:happy4:happy4

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1 minute ago, Patolinsky said:

jajajajaja...Es cierto. Pero a mi me llega el mail masivo con la importación, pido y paso a pagar y me voy...cortita.

Como lo hiciste para que te llegaran esos correos?

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'DIONYSUS' THE NEW ALBUM

Since their inception in Melbourne in 1981, Dead Can Dance have been informed by folk traditions from all over Europe, not just solely in terms of instrumentation, but also by secular, religious and spiritual practices.

The story to their forthcoming album Dionysus took shape as Brendan Perry became fascinated by long established spring and harvest festivals that had their origins in Dionysian religious practices throughout Europe. The presence of the religion was suppressed during the ideological control of Christianity and Islam since the Roman Empire, and so the influence that Dionysus still had on these festivals would continue to manifest itself albeit in a more censored form.

Dead Can Dance’s latest album brings to the fore the rites and rituals that today continue to be informed by the Greek god, with the album’s seven movements representing different facets of the Dionysus myth and his cult.

The musical form of Dionysus is that of an oratorio, which has informed spiritual and secular pieces of music as far back as the early 16th century.

ACT I - Sea Borne announces Dionysus’ arrival from the east by ship. This movement is crucial to understanding Dionysus as an outsider god - ‘the god that comes’ - central to Ancient Greek city religions that affiliate him with the protection of those who do not belong to conventional society, and anything which escapes human reason.

ACT I - Liberator of Minds, with Dionysus being known as ‘he who lends men’s minds wings’, the album’s second movement conveys the use of hallucinogens and mind-expanding drugs that are associated with him as well as breaking free from the constraints of social norms within society.

ACT I - Dance of the Bacchantes, invokes the rite that Dionysus’ female followers took part in, abandoning their domestic duties for trance-like processions and dances.

ACT II - The Mountain, the first movement of the album’s second Act, the listener will find themselves visiting Mount Nysa. This mountain was Dionysus’ place of birth, where he was raised by the centaur Chiron, from whom he learned chants and dances together with Bacchic rites and initiations.

ACT II - The Invocation represents the chorus who summon the god to participate in the harvest ceremony which also refers to his pre-eminence in the creation and birth of Greek theatre and tragedy.

ACT II - The Forest, the call to abandon worldly and material pursuits and return to a primeval enlightened state of being as in the Hindu tradition of Vanaprastha “departure to the forest” which is seen as the final stage in human spiritual development.

ACT II – Psychopomp, the final movement sees Dionysus in his role as a guide to the afterlife, where he escorted dead souls to Hades.

With the sway that Dionysus’ story still has on contemporary paganism in Europe, the voices on this album present a small community or village with people in communion with each other during a time of celebration or ritual. Singing at times via chanting and call and response, the language that these people sing in is fictional, not representing one country or group in particular. Instead, the solo and chorus voices become a means to convey emotion beyond the boundaries of language itself. As with many previous Dead Can Dance albums, there is no libretto for the voices.

Perry’s radical revisal of his artistic space led him to take inspiration from the natural environment around him, especially animal calls and natural sounds which he mimics on this new album using an array of folk instruments from across the world. As with the rest of the Dead Can Dance catalogue, rhythms inspired by world traditions play a key role, with tracks seeming less like songs and more like fragments of a cohesive whole. The album’s elements are blended together using field recordings and chanting, including a goatherd in Switzerland, beehive’s from New Zealand, and bird calls from Mexico and Brazil. This is used not only to invoke the album’s atmosphere and symbolic references but also to demonstrate how music can be found everywhere. On Dionysus, sounds blend into one another to create an esoteric, atmospheric and at times magical realist experience for the listener. Lisa Gerrard’s principal role on Dionysus is to convey the feminine aspect of Dionysus's dual nature through song in both solo and mantric choral forms and ultimately to play the role of Psychopomp, signifying Dionysus's role as an agrarian deity returning to winter’s underworld to reassume the role of guide to dead souls.

The album’s story may be prominently inspired by that of Dionysus, but its cover detail comes from a mask made by the Huichol of the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico - famous for their yarn paintings and objects meticulously decorated with beadwork - who use peyote as a sacred rite and ritual for the purposes of healing and mind expansion. At its core, it’s this which is key to understanding the sentiment of Dead Can Dance’s latest opus - a celebration not just of humanity but of humanity’s working alongside nature with respect and appreciation.

Brendan and Lisa are looking forward to embarking on the May & June 2019 Tour.

 

 

 

 

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Jean Michel Jarre / Equinoxe Infinity

 

Jean Michel Jarre / Equinoxe Infinity

With his Planet Jarre best of/box set only just released, Jean Michel Jarre has surprised fans with the announcement of a new album, Equinoxe Infinity, for November.

This is a sequel to his fourth studio album, Equinoxe, which was released 40 years ago and the artwork (created by Filip Hodas) references the original cover. Best let JMJ explain his thinking behind the music and the artwork:

 “In days where vinyl is coming back big time, artwork deserves more attention. The cover of Equinoxe has always been one of my favourites. Are these strange creatures watching us? Watching space? Watching machines? Watching a natural phenomenon? We don’t really know. They’re not scary, but odd and mysterious. So, I took the original ‘Watchmen’ of the Equinoxe cover to continue the story.

Filip Hodas is a super talented young artist who I asked to create two different pieces in line with my vision. One cover shows mankind at peace with nature and technology, and the other depicts a picture of fear and distortion with machines taking over the world. With these two, I want to bring attention to two scenarios we are facing today with our love for and our dependence on innovation and technology. The music of Equinoxe Ininity is the soundtrack to those two different worlds.”

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Alternate cover (“fear and distortion”) to Equinoxe Infinity

The album cover art is random (at the request of Jean Michel Jarre) so you don’t know which one you are getting!

Equinoxe Infinity is issued on CD and vinyl, but a box set called Equinoxe Projectbrings together the original album and the new one, on CD and vinyl (i.e. it’s a four-disc set). The box comes with four posters and a download card. The standard vinyl also includes a download and one poster. You can preview The Watchers (movement 1)below.

Equinoxe Infinity and the Equinoxe Project box set will be issued on 16 November 2018.

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Jean Michel Jarre / Equinoxe Infinity

September 15, 2018 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1970s, 1980s, Jean Michel Jarre, new music

Jean Michel Jarre / Equinoxe Infinity

With his Planet Jarre best of/box set only just released, Jean Michel Jarre has surprised fans with the announcement of a new album, Equinoxe Infinity, for November.

This is a sequel to his fourth studio album, Equinoxe, which was released 40 years ago and the artwork (created by Filip Hodas) references the original cover. Best let JMJ explain his thinking behind the music and the artwork:

 “In days where vinyl is coming back big time, artwork deserves more attention. The cover of Equinoxe has always been one of my favourites. Are these strange creatures watching us? Watching space? Watching machines? Watching a natural phenomenon? We don’t really know. They’re not scary, but odd and mysterious. So, I took the original ‘Watchmen’ of the Equinoxe cover to continue the story.

Filip Hodas is a super talented young artist who I asked to create two different pieces in line with my vision. One cover shows mankind at peace with nature and technology, and the other depicts a picture of fear and distortion with machines taking over the world. With these two, I want to bring attention to two scenarios we are facing today with our love for and our dependence on innovation and technology. The music of Equinoxe Ininity is the soundtrack to those two different worlds.”

ei_alt-480x480.jpg
Alternate cover (“fear and distortion”) to Equinoxe Infinity

The album cover art is random (at the request of Jean Michel Jarre) so you don’t know which one you are getting!

Equinoxe Infinity is issued on CD and vinyl, but a box set called Equinoxe Projectbrings together the original album and the new one, on CD and vinyl (i.e. it’s a four-disc set). The box comes with four posters and a download card. The standard vinyl also includes a download and one poster. You can preview The Watchers (movement 1)below.

Equinoxe Infinity and the Equinoxe Project box set will be issued on 16 November 2018.

 

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EQUINOXE INFINITY

  1. The Watchers (Movement 1)
  2. Flying Totems (Movement 2)
  3. Robots Dont Cry (Movement 3)
  4. All That You Leave Behind (Movement 4)
  5. If The Wind Could Speak (Movement 5)
  6. Infinity (Movement 6)
  7. Machines Are Learning (Movement 7)
  8. The Opening (Movement 8)
  9. Don’t Look Back (Movement 9)
  10. Equinoxe Infinity (Movement 10)

 

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