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Disc: 1 (CD) Monster remastered
1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. Crush With Eyeliner
3. King Of Comedy
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream
5. Star 69
6. Strange Currencies
7. Tongue
8. Bang And Blame
9. I Took Your Name
10. Let Me In
11. Circus Envy
12. You

Disc: 2 (CD) Unreleased Demos
1. Pete’s Hit
2. Uptempo Mo Distortion
3. Uptempo Ricky
4. Harlan County with Whistling
5. Lost Song
6. AM Boo
7. Mike’s Gtr
8. Sputnik 1 Remix
9. Black Sky 4-14
10. Revolution 4-21
11. Rocker with vocal
12. Time Is On Mike’s Side
13. 1Experiment 4-28 no vocal
14. Highland Fling 4-29
15. Cranky 4-29

Disc: 3 (CD) Monster Scott Litt 2019 remix
1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (2019 Remix)
2. Crush With Eyeliner (2019 Remix)
3. King Of Comedy (2019 Remix)
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream (2019 Remix)
5. Star 69 (2019 Remix)
6. Strange Currencies (2019 Remix)
7. Tongue (2019 Remix)
8. Bang And Blame (2019 Remix)
9. I Took Your Name (2019 Remix)
10. Let Me In (2019 Remix)
11. Circus Envy (2019 Remix)
12. You (2019 Remix)

Disc: 4 (CD) Live in Chicago 6/3/95 – Monster 1995 Tour (Part One)
1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. Circus Envy
3. Crush With Eyeliner
4. Near Wild Heaven
5. Welcome To The Occupation
6. Undertow
7. I Took Your Name
8. Strange Currencies
9. Me In Honey
10. Revolution
11. Tongue
12. Man On The Moon
13. Country Feedback
14. Monty Got A Raw Deal

Disc: 5 (CD) Live in Chicago 6/3/95 – Monster 1995 Tour (Part Two)
1. Losing My Religion
2. You
3. Departure
4. Orange Crush
5. Get Up
6. Star 69
7. Let Me In
8. Everybody Hurts
9. So. Central Rain (I’m Sorry)
10. Pop Song 89
11. Its The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

Disc: 6 (Blu-ray) Monster in 5.1 plus videos and Road Movie
1. Monster – 5.1 Surround Sound
2. Monster – Hi-Resolution Audio
3. Road Movie (concert film)
4. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (music video)
5. Crush With Eyeliner (music video)
6. Star 69 (music video)
7. Strange Currencies (music video)
8. Tongue (music video)
9. Bang and Blame (music video)

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Monster 25th anniversary 2LP vinyl

LP 1

1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. Crush With Eyeliner
3. King Of Comedy
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream
5. Star 69
6. Strange Currencies
7. Tongue
8. Bang And Blame
9. I Took Your Name
10. Let Me In
11. Circus Envy
12. You

LP 2

1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (2019 Remix)
2. Crush With Eyeliner (2019 Remix)
3. King Of Comedy (2019 Remix)
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream (2019 Remix)
5. Star 69 (2019 Remix)
6. Strange Currencies (2019 Remix)
7. Tongue (2019 Remix)
8. Bang And Blame (2019 Remix)
9. I Took Your Name (2019 Remix)
10. Let Me In (2019 Remix)
11. Circus Envy (2019 Remix)
12. You (2019 Remix)

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Monster 25th anniversary 2CD deluxe

CD 1

1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. Crush With Eyeliner
3. King Of Comedy
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream
5. Star 69
6. Strange Currencies
7. Tongue
8. Bang And Blame
9. I Took Your Name
10. Let Me In
11. Circus Envy
12. You

CD 2

1. What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (2019 Remix)
2. Crush With Eyeliner (2019 Remix)
3. King Of Comedy (2019 Remix)
4. I Don’t Sleep, I Dream (2019 Remix)
5. Star 69 (2019 Remix)
6. Strange Currencies (2019 Remix)
7. Tongue (2019 Remix)
8. Bang And Blame (2019 Remix)
9. I Took Your Name (2019 Remix)
10. Let Me In (2019 Remix)
11. Circus Envy (2019 Remix)
12. You (2019 Remix)

 

Hoy se liberó el primer single del remix: What's The Frequency, Kenneth?

 

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Flotsam and Jetsam

... is a collection of B-sides, remixes and rarities from across Peter Gabriel’s solo career. Over 60 tracks are featured, many have been previously released physically, either on 7”, 12” or CD singles, soundtrack or tribute albums, but, with a few exceptions, are being released here digitally for the first time. 

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The first era, 1976-1985, covers the period from Peter first going solo to the end of his run of four self-titled solo albums. It opens with a cover version of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, the first time Peter featured on a release after leaving Genesis, and includes alternate versions of 'Slowburn', 'Perspective', 'I Don't Remember' and 'Here Comes The Flood'.
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The second, 1986-1993, are Peter’s popstar years with music released around the albums ‘So’ and ‘Us’. It includes tracks such as 'Curtains', 'Don't Break This Rhythm' (the full, previously unreleased, version), 'Quiet Steam' and 'Bashi-Bazouk' as well as remixes from William Orbit, The Bomb Squad and Massive Attack.
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The third era is 1994-2016 and features remixes from the ‘Up’ album by Trent Reznor, Tricky, Röyksopp and Elbow, plus film versions of songs like 'I Grieve' and 'Signal to Noise' and notable cover versions of Leonard Cohen's 'Suzanne', the George Gershwin classic 'Summertime' and Joseph Arthur's 'In The Sun'.
As well as the aforementioned 'Don't Break This Rhythm', the collection also contains previously unreleased versions of ‘Slowburn’ (from PG1) and the tracks ‘Curtains (Broad Mix)’ and ‘Father, Son (Daniel Lanois and Richard Chappell Mix)’.
 

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Limited Edition 30-disc Box Set
Released 6th December

Authorised by all band members

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20th September 2019 London: Madfish proudly present the ultimate box set of Gentle Giant music. Highly regarded in the prog-rock world for the 12 albums they released between 1970 and 1980, this comprehensive set sees the bands catalogue augmented by 15 new concert albums: seven never previously released, seven never previously officially released and one never previously released on CD. The 30-disc total also includes two posthumous live/outtake albums and a Blu-ray bonus disc. Also included are books, posters, replica promotional items and much more.

 

Unburied Treasure will be released on 6th December and is limited to 2000 copies. You can pre-order it from here now: https://madfish.lnk.to/GGunburiedtreasure

Youtube link to box set trailer: 

 

Gentle Giant emerged from the ashes of chart hitmakers Simon Dupree and the Big Sound to become standard-bearers of the Seventies progressive movement. Their career often paralleled Genesis, their neighbours in the record racks, but while they frequently fought shy of commerciality largely due to their pop past and paid the price in sales terms, their uncompromising attitude won them a strong following in continental Europe.

They also enjoyed cult status in the States. When Frank Zappa was asked in 1978 who he was currently listening to, he namechecked Queen and Gentle Giant. (Coincidentally, Roy Thomas Baker not only engineered Giants earliest sessions but went on to produce the iconic Bohemian Rhapsody.)

Strictly limited to 2,000 copies, this lavishly presented collection is clad in Bob Venables new artwork, based on the iconic sleeve created by illustrator and Bowie alumnus George Underwood for the bands Vertigo label debut in 1970. That full album has been remixed for this releases Blu-ray disc by prolific rock musician Steven Wilson, whose reputation for remixing prog-rock classics in recent years is second to none. The remix is available in high resolution 96/24 Stereo LPCM, 96/24 5.1 surround LPCM and DTS-HD 5.1 surround mixes, and the instrumental mixes for every track are also included.

The foundation of the set is the dozen albums officially released during Gentle Giants 11 years as a recording act but, for all their studio skills, Giants musical abilities were given freest rein on stage. Yet only one live album, 1977s double vinyl Playing The Fool, was issued in their lifetime, so fans will be in seventh heaven at the prospect of 15 unreleased sets. Covering almost every period of the bands existence, they allow the individual members multi-instrumental abilities to be appreciated to their fullest extent.

Arrangements were changed and refined from tour to tour, including many segues and medleys, so these concert recordings offer year-by-year evidence of the bands progression. All the music, live and studio, has been remastered by Pete Reynolds, acclaimed for his work on the Wishbone Ash box of 2018.

The audio experience is enhanced by a magnificent 136-page coffee table book. This combines rare photographs and memorabilia with a painstakingly researched history by Alan Kinsman. A fan for 45 years, he has achieved the near impossible by interviewing all members of the band in depth, including Phil Shulman who left brothers Derek and Ray to pilot the band in 1973 after providing much of the initial impetus. The result is a must-read that will unlock many mysteries, clear up misunderstandings and finally give the music the context it deserves.

Also exclusive to this limited edition set are:

 A band photo signed by the classic line-up of Derek Shulman, Ray Shulman, Gary Green, Kerry Minnear and John Weathers.

 An exclusive 96-page tour history book compiled by Jack Skelly offering informed commentary on the live recordings, set lists, on-the-road memorabilia and more.

Two replica posters, one from Giants debut gig in 1970 and the other promoting 1974s classic The Power And The Glory album.

Replicas of album giveaway items: the Playing The Fool LP booklet (included with the initial pressing only) and the Giant For A Day mask.

A replica of the jigsaw used to promote the Missing Piece album.

The chance to win a reproduction of Giants rarest ever piece of memorabilia a screen-printed mirror produced to promote The Power And The Glory; only 100 were originally created. A golden missing piece included at random in one box set may be traded in by the lucky winner for this coveted item.

For too long prog-rocks best-kept secret, Gentle Giant finally achieved wider recognition in 2015, upsetting the odds to scoop Prog magazines coveted Lifetime Achievement Award. Two years later, their home city of Portsmouth honoured their achievements both as a band and individually by inducting them into the Hall of Fame at the Guildhall; Derek went on to become a leading record-business figure, Ray a noted producer. Unburied Treasure is further recognition that this was a band ahead of its time, and one whose unwillingness to compromise has ultimately enhanced its legacy.

Giant always set out to have a good time and to make sure the audience had a good time, says drummer John Weathers. Wed always go on and see if we could play better than we did the night before. I cant wait to see this definitive box set.

Derek Shulman would like Gentle Giant to be remembered as a group with integrity. It wasnt done for any other reason than simply being together playing music and challenging ourselves to be better. We hated compromise, and we had a lot of integrity in terms of what the music was about.

For fans of quality progressive rock, Unburied Treasure is the motherlode.

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Una de mis bandas favoritas
Tengo toda la discografia en vinilo y creo q esta caja se merece!!!!


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Gentle Giant: Unburied Treasure Contents
Gentle Giant (1970)
Gentle Giant (1970) - Steve Wilson remix
Acquiring The Taste (1971)
Three Friends (1972)
Octopus (1972)
In A Glass House (1973)
The Power And The Glory (1974)
Free Hand (1975)
Interview (1976)
The Missing Piece (1977)
Playing The Fool (1977)
Giant For A Day! (1978)
Civilian (1980)

Pinewood Rehearsal 1977 (outtakes)

Winchester 1971
Essen 1972
New Orleans 1972 (feat. three previously unreleased BBC recordings)
Hollywood Bowl 1972
Vicenza 1973
Torino 1973
Munster 1974
St Gallen 1974
Cleveland Agora 1975
Basel 1975
Dusseldorf 1976 Part 1
Dusseldorf & Brussels 1976 Part 2
Munich 1976
Paris 1976
Chester 1977
Roxy 1980

 

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Gentle Giant: Unburied Treasure Contents
Gentle Giant (1970)
Gentle Giant (1970) - Steve Wilson remix
Acquiring The Taste (1971)
Three Friends (1972)
Octopus (1972)
In A Glass House (1973)
The Power And The Glory (1974)
Free Hand (1975)
Interview (1976)
The Missing Piece (1977)
Playing The Fool (1977)
Giant For A Day! (1978)
Civilian (1980)

Pinewood Rehearsal 1977 (outtakes)

Winchester 1971
Essen 1972
New Orleans 1972 (feat. three previously unreleased BBC recordings)
Hollywood Bowl 1972
Vicenza 1973
Torino 1973
Munster 1974
St Gallen 1974
Cleveland Agora 1975
Basel 1975
Dusseldorf 1976 Part 1
Dusseldorf & Brussels 1976 Part 2
Munich 1976
Paris 1976
Chester 1977
Roxy 1980

 

La cagó esta caja. La tentación es demasiada!!


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The Police / Every Move You Make: Studio Recordings box issued on CD

September 25, 2019 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1970s, 1980s, sting, The Police

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2018 vinyl box with remastered audio now available on CD

Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings  The Police vinyl box from last year – is coming to CD in November.

The box set collects all five studio albums – Outlandos d’Amour (1978), Reggatta de Blanc (1979), Zenyatta Mondatta (1980), Ghost in the Machine (1981) and Synchronicity (1983) – and adds a 12-track bonus CD called Flexible Strategies which features non-album tracks such as ‘Dead End Job’, ‘ Landlord’, ‘Visions Of The Night’ and ‘Murder By Numbers’.

All CDs come in gatefold CD digipak wallets housed in a lift-off lid clamshell-style box and have been remastered at Abbey Road Studios.

Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings is released on CD on 8 November 2019

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CD 1 – Outlandos d’Amour (1978)
1. Next To You – The Police
2. So Lonely – The Police
3. Roxanne – The Police
4. Hole In My Life – The Police
5. Peanuts – The Police
6. Can not Stand Losing You – The Police
7. Truth Hits Everybody – The Police
8. Born In The 50’s – The Police
9. Be My Girl – Sally – The Police
10. Masoko Tanga – The Police

CD 2 – Reggatta de Blanc (1979)
1. Message In A Bottle – The Police
2. White Reggatta – The Police
3. It’s Alright For You – The Police
4. Bring On The Night – The Police
5. Deathwish – The Police
6. Walking On The Moon – The Police
7. On Any Other Day – Andy Sumers, Gordon Sumner, Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner
8. The Bed’s Too Big Without You – The Police
9. Contact – The Police
10. Does Everyone Stare – The Police
11. No Time This Time – The Police

CD 3 – Zenyatta Mondatta (1980)
1. Do not Stand So Close To Me – The Police
2. Driven To Tears – The Police
3. When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What’s Still Around – The Police
4. Canary In A Coalmine – The Police
5. Voices Inside My Head – The Police
6. Bombs Away – The Police
7. Do Da Da Da Da – The Police
8. Behind My Camel – The Police
9. Man In Suitcase – The Police
10. Shadows In The Rain – The Police
11. The Other Way Of Stopping – The Police

CD 4 – Ghost in the Machine (1981)
1. Spirits In The Material World – The Police
2. Every Little Thing She Is Is Magic – The Police
3. Invisible Sun – The Police
4. Hungry For You (The Always Hungry Of You) – The Police
5. Demolition Man – The Police
6. Too Much Information – The Police
7. Re-Humanize Yourself – The Police
One World (Not Three) – The Police
9. Omegaman – The Police
10. Secret Journey – The Police
11. Darkness – The Police

CD 5 – Synchronicity (1983)
1. Synchronicity I – The Police
2. Walking In Your Footsteps – Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers
3. O My God – The Police
4. Mother – Stewart Copeland, Sumner Gordon, Gordon Sumner, Andy Summers
5. Miss Gradenko – The Police
6. Synchronicity II – The Police
7. Every Breath You Take – The Police
8. King Of Pain – The Police
9. Wrapped Around Your Finger – The Police
10. Tea In The Sahara – The Police

CD 6 – Flexible Strategies (2018)
1. Dead End Job – Gordon Copeland, Sumner Gordon, Gordon Sumner, Andy Summers
2. Landlord – Gordon Copeland, Sumner Gordon, Gordon Sumner, Andy Summers
3. Visions Of The Night – The Police
4. Friends – Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers
5. A Sermon – Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers
6. Shambelle – The Police, Stewart Copeland, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers
7. Flexible Strategies – Stewart Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Andy Summers
8. Low Life – Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers
9. Murder By Numbers – The Police
10. Truth Hits Everybody – Sting, Sting, Copeland Stewart, Andy Summers
11. Someone To Talk To – The Police
12. Once Upon A Daydream – Gordon Copeland, Gordon Sumner, Sumner Gordon, Andy Summers

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Songs For Groovy Children assembles all four historic debut concerts by Jimi Hendrix s newly assembled Band of Gypsys at New York s Fillmore East on New Years Eve 1969 and New Years Day 1970. Presented in their original performance sequence and encompassing 43 tracks across 5 CDs, the set boasts over two dozen tracks that have either never before been released commercially or have been newly remixed plus the full extended versions of songs originally released on the 1970 Band of Gypsys album. Measured alongside his triumphs at Monterey Pop and Woodstock, Hendrix's legendary Fillmore East concerts illustrated a critical turning point in a radiant career filled with indefinite possibilities. Earlier in 1969, The Jimi Hendrix Experience had closed a musical chapter and the guitarist assembled a new trio dubbed Band of Gypsys, consisting of Hendrix, his longtime friend Billy Cox, on bass, whom he had befriended when both were serving with the 101st Airborne Division Cox and Electric Flag drummer Buddy Miles, who would also contribute occasional lead vocals. Hendrix was inspired by his collaboration with Cox and Miles and this creative renewal drove the development of promising new material such as "Power Of Soul," "Burning Desire" and the extraordinary "Machine Gun." By the end of January 1970, the band was history, but the blend of funk, rock and soul pioneered by the trio had a profound impact. Notable devotees include funk pioneers Parliament-Funkadelic, Curtis Mayfield, the Isley Brothers and Bootsy Collins, extending all the way forward to hip-hop. Newly mixed and restored in sequence without edits, fans can finally hear Hendrix, Cox and Miles blast through their genre-defying sets that included freshly written songs like "Earth Blues" and "Stepping Stone," as well as supercharged Experience favorites inclusive of "Foxey Lady," "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)," "Wild Thing," "Hey Joe" and "Purple Haze." Additionally, exciting new versions of Howard Tate's "Stop," "Steal Away," by Jimmy Hughes and a searing "Bleeding Heart" by Elmore James highlighted the command that the trio had over blues & R&B music. The lavish package is filled with unseen photos from talent such as Fillmore East house photographer Amalie Rothschild, Jan Blom (whose iconic, color saturated images provided the original artwork for 1970's Band of Gypsys) as well as Marshall Amplifier representative Marc Franklin, who had full access to the group in their dressing room backstage. The booklet features remembrances from bassist Billy Cox and liner notes by author/journalist/filmmaker Nelson George. Songs For Groovy Children was produced by Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer and John McDermott - the trio that has overseen every project for Experience Hendrix since 1995. The box set was mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Bernie Grundman.

 

TRACKLIST: HIDE

[CD1]

1. Power of Soul

2. Lover Man

3. Hear My Train a Comin'

4. Changes

5. Izabella

6. Machine Gun

7. Stop

8. Ezy Ryder

9. Bleeding Heart

10. Earth Blues

11. Burning Desire

 

[CD2]

1. Auld Lang Syne

2. Who Knows

3. Fire

4. Ezy Ryder

5. Machine Gun

6. Stone Free

7. Changes

8. Message to Love

9. Stop

10. Foxey Lady

 

[CD3]

1. Who Knows

2. Machine Gun

3. Changes

4. Power of Soul

5. Stepping Stone

6. Foxey Lady

7. Stop

8. Earth Blues

9. Burning Desire

 

[CD4]

1. Stone Free

2. Power of Soul

3. Changes

4. Message To Love

5. Machine Gun

6. Lover Man

7. Steal Away

8. Earth Blues

 

[CD5]

1. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

2. We Gotta Live Together

3. Wild Thing

4. Hey Joe

5. Purple Haze

 

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BURN (LIMITED PURPLE VINYL)

1LP, 140G PURPLE VINYL
  • Release Date: 10/11/2019

Deep Purple’s 1974 album, featuring Burn and Mistreated.  Part of the Limited Purple Vinyl Series.

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WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE (LIMITED PURPLE VINYL)

1LP, 140G PURPLE VINYL
  • Release Date: 10/11/2019

Deep Purple’s 1973 album, featuring the single Woman From Tokyo.  Part of the Limited Purple Vinyl Series.

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COME TASTE THE BAND (LIMITED PURPLE VINYL)

1LP, 140G PURPLE VINYL
  • Release Date: 10/18/2019

Deep Purple’s 1975 album on limited edition purple vinyl

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MADE IN JAPAN (LIMITED PURPLE VINYL)

2LP, 140G PURPLE VINYL
  • Release Date: 10/18/2019

Deep Purple’s Classic Double Live Album, originally released in 1973.  Part of the Limited Purple Vinyl Series.

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The Hot Rats Sessions box set celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest albums in the history of recorded music. The original 1969 Frank Zappa album was the first to be recorded on a prototype 16-Track Tape Machine. Self described as a "Movie For Your Ears,” it was the first solo outing for the composer and the album that put FZ on the map as a guitar player. The recording sessions produced a wealth of material that ended up being sprinkled among multiple releases during FZ’s lifetime. This mammoth six disc collection documents and compiles every composition recorded during those days in July 1969, along with an abundance of rare mixes, Vault nuggets and complete basic tracks mixed from the original multi-track masters by Craig Parker Adams in 2019. Additional gems include images by original Hot Rats cover photographer, Andee Nathanson, session photos taken by Bill Gubbins, liner notes by Matt Groening and essays by Ian Underwood, Andee Nathanson and Vaultmeister Joe Travers. The box set also includes a Zappa Land board game in celebration of this release.


Disc 1

Piano Music (Section 1)

Piano Music (Section 3)

Peaches En Regalia (Prototype)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 1, In Session)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 1, Master Take)

Peaches Jam - Part 1

Peaches Jam - Part 2

Peaches En Regalia (Section 3, In Session)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 3, Master Take)

Arabesque (In Session)

Arabesque (Master Take)

Dame Margret's Son To Be A Bride (In Session)

 

Disc 2

It Must Be A Camel (Part 1, In Session)

It Must Be a Camel (Part 1, Master Take)

It Must Be a Camel (Intercut, In Session)

It Must Be a Camel (Intercut, Master Take)

Natasha (In Session)

Natasha (Master Take)

Bognor Regis (Unedited Master)

Willie The Pimp (In Session)

Willie The Pimp (Unedited Master Take)

Willie The Pimp (Guitar OD 1)

Willie The Pimp (Guitar OD 2)

 

Disc 3

Transition (Section 1, In Session)

Transition (Section 1, Master Take)

Transition (Section 2, Intercut, In Session)

Transition (Section 2, Intercut, Master Take)

Transition (Section 3, Intercut, In Session)

Transition (Section 3, Intercut, Master Take)

Lil’ Clanton Shuffle (Unedited Master)

Directly From My Heart To You (Unedited Master)

Another Waltz (Unedited Master)

 

Disc 4

Dame Margret’s Son To Be A Bride (Remake)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (Take 1)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (Master Take)

Big Legs (Unedited Master Take)

It Must Be a Camel (Percussion Tracks)

Arabesque (Guitar OD Mix)

Transition (Full Version)

Piano Music (Section 3, OD Version)

 

Disc 5

Peaches En Regalia (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Willie The Pimp (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Little Umbrellas (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

The Gumbo Variations (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

It Must Be A Camel (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

The Origin Of Hot Rats

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #1

Peaches En Regalia (1969 Mono Single Master)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #2

Little Umbrellas (1969 Mono Single Master)

Lil' Clanton Shuffle (1972 Whitney Studios Mix)

 

Disc 6

Little Umbrellas (Cucamonga Version)

Little Umbrellas (1969 Mix Outtake)

It Must Be A Camel (1969 Mix Outtake)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1969 Mix Outtake)

More Of The Story Of Willie The Pimp

Willie The Pimp (Vocal Tracks)

Willie The Pimp (1969 Quick Mix)

Dame Margret's Son To Be A Bride (1969 Quick Mix)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #3

Bognor Regis (1970 Record Plant Mix)

Peaches En Regalia (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Little Umbrellas (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Arabesque (Guitar Tracks)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #4

 

 

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Full track list:


3 CDs / 1 BR edition:

Blu-Ray NTSC, zones ABC, playable on all BD players & drives, includes

DTS-HD MA 5.1 & LPCM 5.1 24/96
DTS-HD MA Stereo & LPCM 24/96

2019 5.1 mixes

1 21st Century Schizoid Man
2 I Talk to the Wind
3 Epitaph
4 Moonchild
5 The Court of the Crimson King

Additional track
6 I Talk to the Wind (duo version)

Mixed by Steven Wilson

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Original Master Edition

1 21st Century Schizoid Man
2 I Talk to the Wind
3 Epitaph
4 Moonchild
5 The Court of the Crimson King

Produced by King Crimson, mastered by Simon Heyworth

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Alternate Album

1 21st Century Schizoid Man
2 I Talk to the Wind
3 I Talk to the Wind
4 Epitaph
5 Epitaph
6 Moonchild
7 The Court of the Crimson King

(1 Morgan studios June 1969 take with Greg Lake vocal overdubs from Wessex August 1969 & Mel Collins & Jakko Jakszyk August 2019 overdubs
2 Alternate 2019 mix
3 Duo version, full length master, 2019 mix
4 Vocals isolated/highlighted, 2019 mix
5 Alt take - 2019 mix
6 Take 1, 2019 mix
7 Morgan studios, June 1969 take, 2019 mix)


Mixed by Steven Wilson except 1, 4 mixed by David Singleton

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Additional material

1 Wind Session
2 21st Century Schizoid Man
3 I Talk to the Wind
4 Epitaph
5 Moonchild
6 The Court of the Crimson King
7 21st Century Schizoid Man
8 The Court of the Crimson King (part 1)
9 The Court of the Crimson King (part 2)

(1 2019 stereo mix
2 Trio version, 2019 mix
3 Studio run through, 2019 mix
4 Backing track, 2019 mix
5 Album edit, 2009 mix
6 Take 3, 2009 mix
7 Morgan studios take, June 1969
8, 9 Single a/b side, 1969)


Mixed by Steven Wilson 1 – 6, Mixed by King Crimson 7 – 9

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2019 Instrumental mixes

1 21st Century Schizoid Man
2 I Talk to the Wind
3 Epitaph
4 Moonchild
5 The Court of the Crimson King

Mixed by Steven Wilson

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Video: 21csm extract Hyde Park 1969

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CD1 2019 stereo mixes & instrumental mixes

1. 21st Century Schizoid Man
2. I Talk to the Wind
3. Epitaph
4. Moonchild
5. The Court of the Crimson King
6. 21st Century Schizoid Man
7. I Talk to the Wind
8. Epitaph
9. Moonchild (edit)
10. The Court of the Crimson King

1 - 10 mixed by Steven Wilson


CD2 Alternate Album, expanded edition

1 Wind Session
2 21st Century Schizoid Man
3 I Talk to the Wind
4 I Talk to the Wind
5 Epitaph
6 Epitaph
7 Moonchild
8 The Court of the Crimson King
9 21st Century Schizoid Man

(1 Wind Session, 2019 stereo mix
2 Morgan studios June 1969 take with Greg Lake vox overdubs from Wessex August 1969 & Mel Collins/Jakko Jakszyk August 2019 overdubs
3 Alternate 2019 mix
4 Duo version, full length master, 2019 mix
5 Vocals isolated/highlighted, 2019 mix
6 Alt take - 2019 mix
7 Take 1, 2019 mix
8 Morgan studios, June 1969 take, 2019 mix
9 Trio version, 2019 mix)


Mixed by Steven Wilson except 2, 5 mixed by David Singleton


CD3 Original Master Edition, expanded

1 21st Century Schizoid Man
2 I Talk to the Wind
3 Epitaph
4 Moonchild
5 The Court of the Crimson King
6 21st Century Schizoid Man
7 I Talk to the Wind
8 Epitaph
9 The Court of the Crimson King (single a side)
10 The Court of the Crimson King (single b side)

(1 to 5 Original master edition produced by King Crimson
Mastered by Simon Heyworth
6 Morgan studios instrumental take, 1969, produced by King Crimson
7 studio run through, 2019 mix by Steven Wilson
8 Backing track, 2019 mix by Steven Wilson
9/10 Original single master)



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NOTE: "The Alternate album appears, quite deliberately, in slightly different track-listings on the Blu-Ray & CD (& on the accompanying double vinyl set). The aim on the Blu-Ray was to provide a fully sequenced listen that closely resembled the original album running order. This was extended on the CD, gathering many of the new mixes on one disc & revised again to make for a satisfying listen on vinyl."

 

No entiendo cómo le dan tanto bombo a la etapa pre-Belew, con sus temas eternos y fomes, dando vueltas sobre la misma idea y estructura. 

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hace 6 horas, ponkine dijo:

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The Hot Rats Sessions box set celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest albums in the history of recorded music. The original 1969 Frank Zappa album was the first to be recorded on a prototype 16-Track Tape Machine. Self described as a "Movie For Your Ears,” it was the first solo outing for the composer and the album that put FZ on the map as a guitar player. The recording sessions produced a wealth of material that ended up being sprinkled among multiple releases during FZ’s lifetime. This mammoth six disc collection documents and compiles every composition recorded during those days in July 1969, along with an abundance of rare mixes, Vault nuggets and complete basic tracks mixed from the original multi-track masters by Craig Parker Adams in 2019. Additional gems include images by original Hot Rats cover photographer, Andee Nathanson, session photos taken by Bill Gubbins, liner notes by Matt Groening and essays by Ian Underwood, Andee Nathanson and Vaultmeister Joe Travers. The box set also includes a Zappa Land board game in celebration of this release.


Disc 1

Piano Music (Section 1)

Piano Music (Section 3)

Peaches En Regalia (Prototype)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 1, In Session)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 1, Master Take)

Peaches Jam - Part 1

Peaches Jam - Part 2

Peaches En Regalia (Section 3, In Session)

Peaches En Regalia (Section 3, Master Take)

Arabesque (In Session)

Arabesque (Master Take)

Dame Margret's Son To Be A Bride (In Session)

 

Disc 2

It Must Be A Camel (Part 1, In Session)

It Must Be a Camel (Part 1, Master Take)

It Must Be a Camel (Intercut, In Session)

It Must Be a Camel (Intercut, Master Take)

Natasha (In Session)

Natasha (Master Take)

Bognor Regis (Unedited Master)

Willie The Pimp (In Session)

Willie The Pimp (Unedited Master Take)

Willie The Pimp (Guitar OD 1)

Willie The Pimp (Guitar OD 2)

 

Disc 3

Transition (Section 1, In Session)

Transition (Section 1, Master Take)

Transition (Section 2, Intercut, In Session)

Transition (Section 2, Intercut, Master Take)

Transition (Section 3, Intercut, In Session)

Transition (Section 3, Intercut, Master Take)

Lil’ Clanton Shuffle (Unedited Master)

Directly From My Heart To You (Unedited Master)

Another Waltz (Unedited Master)

 

Disc 4

Dame Margret’s Son To Be A Bride (Remake)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (Take 1)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (Master Take)

Big Legs (Unedited Master Take)

It Must Be a Camel (Percussion Tracks)

Arabesque (Guitar OD Mix)

Transition (Full Version)

Piano Music (Section 3, OD Version)

 

Disc 5

Peaches En Regalia (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Willie The Pimp (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

Little Umbrellas (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

The Gumbo Variations (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

It Must Be A Camel (1987 Digital Re-Mix)

The Origin Of Hot Rats

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #1

Peaches En Regalia (1969 Mono Single Master)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #2

Little Umbrellas (1969 Mono Single Master)

Lil' Clanton Shuffle (1972 Whitney Studios Mix)

 

Disc 6

Little Umbrellas (Cucamonga Version)

Little Umbrellas (1969 Mix Outtake)

It Must Be A Camel (1969 Mix Outtake)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1969 Mix Outtake)

More Of The Story Of Willie The Pimp

Willie The Pimp (Vocal Tracks)

Willie The Pimp (1969 Quick Mix)

Dame Margret's Son To Be A Bride (1969 Quick Mix)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #3

Bognor Regis (1970 Record Plant Mix)

Peaches En Regalia (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Son Of Mr. Green Genes (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Little Umbrellas (1969 Rhythm Track Mix)

Arabesque (Guitar Tracks)

Hot Rats Vintage Promotion Ad #4

 

 

Gracias por el dato!!!!! Uno de mis top 5 de FZ.

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hace 2 horas, ciudadanovivanco dijo:

No entiendo cómo le dan tanto bombo a la etapa pre-Belew, con sus temas eternos y fomes, dando vueltas sobre la misma idea y estructura. 

El tipo que mencionas (que no conozco ni en pelea de perros), ingresó a la banda recién en 1981 cuando la historia y fama del grupo ya la habían contruido otros. Tu comentario es como decir que le ponen mucho color con la etapa de Gabriel en Genesis o Barrett en Pink Floyd u Ozzy en Black Sabbath, etc. Si no te gusta esa etapa, déjalo pasar. No había leído comentarios negativos en este excelente hilo de lo que se viene en edición de discos. 

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No sé si ya lo habían publicado acá: Ya está disponible la preventa del nuevo disco de The Who. Detalles en su página web: https://www.thewho.com/

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El primer single está disponible en sus servicios de streaming favoritos. Pongo el link a spotify:

 

Yo encargué la edición estándar en vinilo desde Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/stores/page/66302979-3C04-45A4-84C2-6EE57D82C4DF?store_ref=SB_A012771822086GXM8F3OU&pf_rd_p=61123ba5-9314-4baa-bd6e-caa510bc4e08&hsa_cr_id=7990373640202&lp_slot=auto-sparkle-hsa-tetris&lp_asins=B07N7S9J4J,B07XLGMFJD,B07XVFMQJ7&lp_mat_key=the who&lp_query=the who&sb-ci-n=headline&sb-ci-v=‘WHO” - The new album is available to pre-order

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The Beatles / The Singles Collection

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23 seven-inch singles in a box • Cut from original mono/stereo tapes

Apple Corps and Universal Music will issue The Singles Collection in November, a new Beatles box set that gathers all of their seven-inch vinyl single releases together in one box set.

The package gathers all 22 UK singles from the original era with their respective B-sides (or AA-side in the case of some). The exception to this is 1995’s ‘Free As A Bird’, which is the 23rd and final seven-inch included in this package, but becomes a double A-side with 1996’s Real Love. The original B-sides of those two Anthology-era singles – ‘Christmas Time (Is Here Again)’ and a live recording of ‘Baby’s In Black’ – are ignored). The EPs aren’t included in The Singles Collection, so no ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ or ‘Long Tall Sally’, for example.

Every single here reached number one in the UK charts, except ‘Love Me Do’ (#17), ‘Please Please Me’ (#2) ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’/’Penny Lane’ (#2) ‘Something’ (#4), ‘Let It Be’ (#2), Free As A Bird (#2) and Real Love (#4).

To make things interesting these seven-inch singles will use various international cover art, so the ‘Love Me Do’ sleeve is from the USA, ‘She Loves You’ from Germany and ‘Ticket to Ride’ is from Sweden (‘Free As A Bird’ had the same artwork everywhere).

Each seven-inch single is pressed on heavyweight vinyl (incorrectly described as “180g” by the label) and these are “newly cut for vinyl from their original mono and stereo master tapes” by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios.

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The Beatles / The Singles Collection

October 16, 2019 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1960s, The Beatles

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23 seven-inch singles in a box • Cut from original mono/stereo tapes

Apple Corps and Universal Music will issue The Singles Collection in November, a new Beatles box set that gathers all of their seven-inch vinyl single releases together in one box set.

The package gathers all 22 UK singles from the original era with their respective B-sides (or AA-side in the case of some). The exception to this is 1995’s ‘Free As A Bird’, which is the 23rd and final seven-inch included in this package, but becomes a double A-side with 1996’s Real Love. The original B-sides of those two Anthology-era singles – ‘Christmas Time (Is Here Again)’ and a live recording of ‘Baby’s In Black’ – are ignored). The EPs aren’t included in The Singles Collection, so no ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ or ‘Long Tall Sally’, for example.

Every single here reached number one in the UK charts, except ‘Love Me Do’ (#17), ‘Please Please Me’ (#2) ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’/’Penny Lane’ (#2) ‘Something’ (#4), ‘Let It Be’ (#2), Free As A Bird (#2) and Real Love (#4).

To make things interesting these seven-inch singles will use various international cover art, so the ‘Love Me Do’ sleeve is from the USA, ‘She Loves You’ from Germany and ‘Ticket to Ride’ is from Sweden (‘Free As A Bird’ had the same artwork everywhere).

Each seven-inch single is pressed on heavyweight vinyl (incorrectly described as “180g” by the label) and these are “newly cut for vinyl from their original mono and stereo master tapes” by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios.

The front cover of this box set is consistent with previous packages like the 2014 The Beatles in Mono vinyl box and this comes with a 40-page booklet with notes by Kevin Howlett.

Sadly, in this rather vinyl obsessed age, this singles box set isn’t being issued on CD. I doubt it was even considered but a set with Japanese style 3″ CD singles would have been cool.

The Singles Collection will be released on 22 November 2019. This is described as a ‘limited edition’ box although we don’t know how limited it is.

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The Beatles / The Singles Collection seven-inch box set

The Singles Collection seven-inch singles box

1962 [SLEEVE ART: U.S.]
1 A: Love Me Do
2 B: P. S. I Love You

1963 [SLEEVE ART: CHILE]
1 A: I Want To Hold Your Hand
2 B: This Boy

1963 [SLEEVE ART: GREECE]
1 A: She Loves You
2 I’ll Get You

1963 [SLEEVE ART: ITALY]
1 A: Please Please Me
2 B: Ask Me Why

1963 [SLEEVE ART: NORWAY]
1 A: From Me To You
2 B: Thank You Girl

1964 [SLEEVE ART: AUSTRIA]
1 A: Can’t Buy Me Love
2 B: You Can’t Do That

1964 [SLEEVE ART: HOLLAND]
1 A: A Hard Day’s Night
2 B: Things We Said Today

1964 [SLEEVE ART: SWEDEN]
1 A: I Feel Fine
2 B: She’s A Woman
1965 [DO

DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: FRANCE]
1 A: We Can Work It Out
2 A: Day Tripper

1965 [SLEEVE ART: BELGIUM]
1 A: Help!
2 B: I’m Down

1965 [SLEEVE ART: SPAIN]
1 A: Ticket To Ride
2 B: Yes It Is

1966 [DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: ARGENTINA]
1 A: Eleanor Rigby
2 A: Yellow Submarine

1966 [SLEEVE ART: TURKEY]
1 A: Paperback Writer
2 B: Rain

1967 [DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: AUSTRALIA]
1 A: Strawberry Fields Forever
2 A: Penny Lane

1967 [SLEEVE ART: MEXICO]
1 A: Hello, Goodbye
2 B: I Am The Walrus

1967 [SLEEVE ART: WEST GERMANY]
1 A: All You Need Is Love
2 B: Baby, You’re A Rich Man

1968 [SLEEVE ART: JAPAN]
1 A: Lady Madonna
2 B: The Inner Light

1968 [SLEEVE ART: SOUTH AFRICA]
1 A: Hey Jude
2 B: Revolution

1969 [SLEEVE ART: DENMARK]
1 A: Get Back
2 B: Don’t Let Me Down

1969 [SLEEVE ART: ISRAEL]
1 A: Something
2 B: Come Together

1969 [SLEEVE ART: PORTUGAL]
1 A: The Ballad Of John And Yoko
2 B: Old Brown Shoe

1970 [SLEEVE ART: UK]
1 A: Let It Be
2 B: You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)

1995 / 1996 [EXCLUSIVE DOUBLE A-SIDE SINGLE / SLEEVE ART: WORLDWIDE]
1 A: Free As A Bird [1995]
2 A: Real Love [1996]

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Featuring a bonus record with outtakes and alternate cuts.

Legendary jazz musician Chet Baker’s Riverside Records albums are being reissued in a new box set this November via Craft Records.

Listen next: Journey through iconic trumpeter Chet Baker’s music

After leaving the army in 1951, Baker moved to LA and began his music career. In 1952, he released ‘My Funny Valentine’, which saw Baker achieve mainstream success.

A mainstay of the West Coast jazz scene during the ’50s and ’60s, Baker went on to release albums with Pacific Jazz and Contemporary Records. During the course of his career he produced over 150 solo and live albums.

The Legendary Riverside Albums includes (Chet Baker Sing) It Could Happen To You, Chet Baker In New York, Chet, and Chet Baker Plays The Best Of Lerner And Loewe. It also features a bonus LP with choice outtakes and alternates from Baker’s Riverside sessions, a photo booklet and liner notes by jazz historian Dough Ramsey.

Head here for more info ahead of its 15th of November release and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

Chet Baker Sings – It Could Happen to you

Side A
1. Do It The Hard Way
2. I’m Old Fashioned
3. You’re Driving Me Crazy
4. My Heart Stood Still

Side B

1. The More I See You
2. Everything Happens to Me
3. Dancing on the Ceiling
4. How Long Has This Been Going On?
5. Old Devil Moon

In New York

Side A

1. Fair Weather
2. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
3. Hotel 49

Side B

1. Solar
2. Blue Thoughts
3. When Lights Are Low

Chet

Side A

1. Alone Together
2. How High the Moon
3. It Never Entered My Mind
4. ’Tis Autumn

Side B

1. If You Could See Me Now
2. September Song
3. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
4. Time on My Hands
5. You and the Night and the Music

Chet Baker Plays The Best Of Lerner And Loewe

Side A

1. I’ve Grown Accustomed to your Face
2. I Could Have Danced All Night
3. The Heather on the Hill
4. On the Street Where You Live

Side B

1. Almost Like Being in Love
2. Thank Heaven for Little Girls
3. I Talk to the Trees
4. Show Me

Bonus LP: Outtakes and Alternates

Side A

1. While My Lady Sleeps (Take 10)
2. You Make Me Feel So Young (Take 5)
3. The More I See You (Take 8, Alternate)
4. Everything Happens to Me (Take 2, Alternate)

Side B

1. Soft Winds
2. Early Morning Mood

 

 

 

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Chet Baker’s Riverside Records albums collected in 5xLP box set0919BAKEREXPLO.jpg

Featuring a bonus record with outtakes and alternate cuts.

Legendary jazz musician Chet Baker’s Riverside Records albums are being reissued in a new box set this November via Craft Records.

Listen next: Journey through iconic trumpeter Chet Baker’s music

After leaving the army in 1951, Baker moved to LA and began his music career. In 1952, he released ‘My Funny Valentine’, which saw Baker achieve mainstream success.

A mainstay of the West Coast jazz scene during the ’50s and ’60s, Baker went on to release albums with Pacific Jazz and Contemporary Records. During the course of his career he produced over 150 solo and live albums.

The Legendary Riverside Albums includes (Chet Baker Sing) It Could Happen To YouChet Baker In New YorkChet, and Chet Baker Plays The Best Of Lerner And Loewe. It also features a bonus LP with choice outtakes and alternates from Baker’s Riverside sessions, a photo booklet and liner notes by jazz historian Dough Ramsey.

Head here for more info ahead of its 15th of November release and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

Chet Baker Sings – It Could Happen to you

Side A
1. Do It The Hard Way
2. I’m Old Fashioned
3. You’re Driving Me Crazy
4. My Heart Stood Still

Side B

1. The More I See You
2. Everything Happens to Me
3. Dancing on the Ceiling
4. How Long Has This Been Going On?
5. Old Devil Moon

In New York

Side A

1. Fair Weather
2. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
3. Hotel 49

Side B

1. Solar
2. Blue Thoughts
3. When Lights Are Low

Chet

Side A

1. Alone Together
2. How High the Moon
3. It Never Entered My Mind
4. ’Tis Autumn

Side B

1. If You Could See Me Now
2. September Song
3. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
4. Time on My Hands
5. You and the Night and the Music

Chet Baker Plays The Best Of Lerner And Loewe

Side A

1. I’ve Grown Accustomed to your Face
2. I Could Have Danced All Night
3. The Heather on the Hill
4. On the Street Where You Live

Side B

1. Almost Like Being in Love
2. Thank Heaven for Little Girls
3. I Talk to the Trees
4. Show Me

Bonus LP: Outtakes and Alternates

Side A

1. While My Lady Sleeps (Take 10)
2. You Make Me Feel So Young (Take 5)
3. The More I See You (Take 8, Alternate)
4. Everything Happens to Me (Take 2, Alternate)

Side B

1. Soft Winds
2. Early Morning Mood

 
 
 

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Rick Wakeman

Rick Wakeman is to release a 10CD box set later this year, capturing his live work recorded between 1974 and 2014.

Box Of Boots: Set Of 10 Live CDs: Official Bootleg Series will launch on December 2 and is limited to 1000 copies, with each package containing a signed and numbered certificate.

A statement on the release reads: “This is a response to these concerts being heavily bootlegged throughout the years and continuing the trend of Frank Zappa, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Pearl Jam, Rick has decided to make stand against the bootleggers and supply official bootlegs.

“These have been cleaned up in the studio, packaged in a great way at a fraction of the price saving fans from buying them off the black market.”

Find a list of the live shows contained in the box set below.

Wakeman is currently on his Grumpy Old Rock Star Tour across North America and will return to the UK in December for his Grumpy Old Christmas Show Tour.

 

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Rick Wakeman: Box Of Boots contents

Boston, USA, 1974
Live At Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA - October 5, 1974

Osaka, Japan, 1975
Journey To The Centre Of The Earth, Koseinekin Hall, Osaka, Japan - January 21, 1975

Vienna, Austria, 1976
Vienna Ensemble 1976, Live In Vienna, Kurhalle, Oberlaa

Preston, UK, 1981
Live at Guildhall Preston - November 16, 1981

Sheffield, UK, 1981
Live at the City Hall Sheffield, UK - November 21, 1981

Daphne Du Maurier Festival, UK, 2001
January 17, 2001

Tokyo, Japan, 2008
Solo performance in Tokyo, 2008

Rick Wakeman and the English Rock Ensemble Cropredy, UK 2010
Live at Cropredy Festival, Oxfordshire, UK, 2010

Tokyo, Japan, 2014 International Forum Hall
Tokyo - July 1, 2014

Osaka, Japan, 2014
Sankei Hall - June 30, 2014

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"Recorded for no budget in a Stoke Newington bedroom in 1998 by a down on his luck singer-songwriter and self-released on a kitchen sink label, White Ladder slowly (very, very slowly) found an audience. It took a year to creep into the lower reaches of the British charts, then worked its way all the way up to number one. White Ladder eventually spent 3 years (from May 2000 to March 2003) in the UK top 100, spawning classic hit singles ‘Babylon’, ‘Please Forgive Me’ and ‘Sail Away’. It went on to sell over 7 million copies worldwide. It remains in the top 30 best-selling British albums of all time and the best-selling album ever in Ireland (a nation who know a good song when they hear it).

Celebrating its 20th anniversary with an expanded edition, it is interesting to consider the extraordinary aftermath of White Ladder. Its success spawned a new wave of singer-songwriters in an acoustic boom that resonates to this day, a soul-baring lineage that can be directly traced from David Gray to the all-conquering Ed Sheeran. Indeed, Ed is a fan, whose passionate live version of ‘This Year’s Love’ can bring tears to the eye. Fellow world beating British superstar Adele is also an admirer, citing ‘This Year’s Love’ as one of her all-time favourite break-up songs.

In the wake of White Ladder, every major record company began signing and developing guitar wielding troubadours. David Gray was followed into the UK charts by Damien Rice, KT Tunstall, Katie Melua, James Blunt, James Morrison, James Bay, Paolo Nutini, and, ultimately, Ed Sheeran and a second wave of guitar boys including George Ezra, Tom Walker, Tom Grennan and Lewis Capaldi. In the US (where White Ladder sold 2 million copies), Jack Johnson, John Mayer and Jazon Mraz were amongst singer-songwriters whose careers received a significant commercial boost. White Ladder was a music industry game changer.

And yet White Ladder remains apart from everything that followed. While the record company model involved putting young guitarist-singers into the studio with teams of established pop writers and producers, White Ladder was the work of a lone artist plumbing the depths of his soul.

White Ladder was born of difficult circumstances. David Gray had been struggling on the margins for a decade, a lonely figure with an acoustic guitar swimming against the tide of Britpop, grunge, hip hop and electro. With three albums to his name, he found himself advertised third on the bill to beer and a barbecue. “Futility was so thick on the ground it was utterly soul destroying.” He came close to quitting. But instead, he asked himself some difficult questions: “Can you make a better record? Can you write a better song? The decision was to open up and give it everything I’ve got. The open heartedness that White Ladder has at its very core is in direct relation to the sense of bitterness and defensiveness that prevailed upon me. White Ladder is the negative flipped into positive.”

He wrote and recorded in a tiny terraced house on Lordship Road in Stoke Newington. He had to record during the day so as not to disturb the neighbours. “The windows were open because it was hot, and you can hear traffic noises very clearly. It’s the ultimate bedroom recording, actually made in my bedroom.” Lacking big studio facilities, David experimented with drum machines and electronic elements, creating a blend of folktronica that has since become a familiar part of the musical landscape, aided by drummer Craig McClune and engineer Iestyn Polson.

David released White Ladder in Ireland on his own IHT label in November 1998. “We cobbled it together, got a distributor, pressed 5,000 copies and hoped for the best.” Released in the UK in March 1999, it reached number 69 in the charts. American jam rock superstar Dave Matthews was such a fan he personally licensed the album for his ATO label in the US. Meanwhile East West records, a division of Warner, took the reins, releasing ‘Babylon’ as a single in June 2000.

After that, the floodgates opened. ‘Babylon’ became one of the hits of the summer, White Ladder became a multi-million global phenomenon, and David Gray jumped from playing pubs to theatres to arenas in the space of a few frenetic months. “It was nuts. We were just laughing all the time. It was like a slow explosion, with moments of detonation that took it to another level. It was perfect in a way you could never design.”

White Ladder has become part of the fabric of the world. “A friend was in the Himalayas and ‘Sail Away’ was playing at base camp. I’ve heard tell of my songs coming out of radios and stereos in the strangest places, from Tel Aviv to Timbuktu. We made the best record we could, and by some miracle it managed to charm its way across the threshold. It didn’t just open the door a crack, it kicked the ****ing thing down. We came straight through. That was astonishing. You can make a great record but it is exceedingly rare that it will go on and become something bigger than itself. It was charged with all kinds of energies, the right thing in the right place at the right time, in this openhearted moment.”

White Ladder caught something of the mood at the end of the century and the start of a new one, the comedown from the pomp of the nineties mixed with nervous hope for the future. Gray’s music is both intimate and broad, intensely personal yet capable of speaking to the masses. “I don’t write behind some sort of cloak. I’m the opposite of an enigma, I am just heart on sleeve. I think your strength as a creative person is your vulnerability. If you're not venturing anything you’re nowhere, there has to be something fragile and breakable being handed over. That was White Ladder. It is almost all I can say about it.”

Gray has released 11 complex, ambitious, heartfelt albums across his career. Some have been big commercial successes (2002’s A New Day At Midnight and 2005’s Life In Slow Motion were UK chart toppers), others have been more intimate and experimental. “It’s instinctive, you have to go where the music needs to go, otherwise the gleam, the sparkle will fall away.” All offer up songs of the highest quality, performed as if his life depends on them. Gray’s passionate, vocational approach has established an incredibly loyal audience prepared to follow him on every adventure.

“I've been happy after the event to get back to writing the music that I felt was in me and following my creative path. I don’t think the records I've made since have been worse or better. I just think what happened with White Ladder involved more than music. It was a sort of heart and soul moment of total surrender for everybody involved, for me and the audience. That was it. It doesn't get any better than that.”

Twenty years on, White Ladder remains an album of great depth and startling beauty, a superlative collection of emotional songs capturing a very special moment in time, as raw and immediate as when it was recorded."

This expanded, deluxe release features the iconic album newly mastered on 2 pieces of white vinyl plus previously unreleased and rare White Ladder -era B-sides and demos on 2 pieces of black vinyl. It also includes a digital download card for both albums. David Gray has also personally crafted a series of writings about his White Ladder experience, chronicling the people involved, and the stories behind some of the songs and most memorable shows. These writings are featured in a commemorative book alongside rare photography and housed in beautiful packaging that also features the lyrics to timeless hits such as “This Year’s Love,” “Babylon,” and “Sail Away.”

“What happened with White Ladder involved more than music. It was a sort of heart and soul moment of total surrender for everybody involved, for me and the audience. That was it. It doesn't get any better than that.” - David Gray

Tracklist:

LP Disc 1 & 2

Please Forgive Me

Babylon

My Oh My

We’re Not Right

Nightblindness

Silver Lining

White Ladder

This Year’s Love

Sail Away

Say Hello, Wave Goodbye


LP Disc 3 & 4

Lights Of London

Over My Head

Monday Morning

Tired Of Me

Roots Of Love

Walking In Circles

Through To Myself

Over My Head (demo)

What On Earth (demo)

Silver Lining (demo)

This Year’s Love (demo)

Please Forgive Me (demo)

 

 

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