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Evans in England is a newly-discovered recording of the Bill Evans Trio featuring bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell captured live at the legendary Ronnie Scott's jazz club in London, England in December of 1969. The deluxe 2CD set includes an elaborate booklet with rare photos, essays, and interviews. This is the fourth official Resonance release of previously un-issued Bill Evans recordings and captures Evans in a peak period of creativity at the helm of what would become his longest lasting trio.
This new England Dan and John Ford Coley release features the top 10 hits 'I'd Really Love to See You Tonight', 'Nights Are Forever Without You', 'We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again', and 'Love Is the Answer', as well as 'It's Sad to Belong' and 'Gone to Far'. The album also includes the rare Japanese single 'Keep Your Smile' and two songs from the soundtrack to the film 'Just Tell Me You Love Me', including the title track, which has never been on CD. John Ford Coley was involved in compiling the album.
The Classic Albums2008 Mixesby Nick Davis & Genesis
Teaming up again with his Cowboy Outfit, Nick Lowes The Rose of England remains a highly engaging and often overlooked album. The title track tells a World War I-era tale that was sturdy enough to be covered by Brit-folkies The Oyster Band, and features a trademark Lowe hook. Nick took a huge swing at the charts, recording his version (previously recorded by Dave Edmunds, and played live by Rockpile) of his classic I Knew the Bride with pal Huey Lewis producing and his band the News providing the track. Fame and fortune may not have followed, but a solid batch of songs including covers of pals John Hiatt (She Dont Love Nobody) and Elvis Costello (Indoor Fireworks) rubbed shoulders with Nicks originals as well as Nicks most-covered cover (Moon Mullicans 7 Nights to Rock).
DYNAMIC RADIO BROADCAST FROM 1970 A year after their stunning performance at the Woodstock Festival in August 1969, The Who were continuing to tour their extraordinary Tommy rock-opera, in an era before the project had become a stage play, or a movie which occurred in 1972 and 1975 respectively. The show presented on this CD features, for the first time, the band s performance at Tanglewood, in Lenox, MA, in the summer of 1970. Playing the entirety of Tommy alongside a couple of Who classics such as I Can t Explain , the recently released Heaven and Hell (albeit only as a b.side), and of course, My Generation in a 10-minute finale.
The pop duo's 1979 hits collection for Atlantic, deleted inthe U.S. & featuring all of their U.S. top 40 hits. Includes the #2 smash 'I'd Really Love to See You Tonight', the top10s 'Nights Are Forever Without You', 'We'll Never Have ToSay Goodbye Again' & their cover of Todd Rundgren's 'Love IsThe Answer', plus 'It's Sad to Belong', 'Gone Too Far' andmore! 12 tracks total.
Be transported to the venerable London Oratory through beautiful music from, The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir. Presenting music from the English Tudor era, including motets by composers such as William Byrd and Thomas Tallis, as well as the magnificent Missa Euge bone by Christopher Tye, the Schola Cantorum releases its debut major label recording with Sacred Treasures of England. Comprised of 14 glorious tracks, it is only fitting that the Schola Cantorum would begin their ‘Sacred Treasures’ series with the glorious sacred music of England. The boys of the Schola can be heard singing beautiful repertory such as this at the London Oratory. 1. Haec dies, John Sheppard 2. Gloria (Missa Euge bone), Christopher Tye 3. Credo (Missa Euge bone), Christopher Tye 4. Sanctus (Missa Euge bone), Christopher Tye 5. Benedictus (Missa Euge bone), Christopher Tye 6. Agnus Dei (Missa Euge bone), Christopher Tye 7. Salvator mundi I, Thomas Tallis 8. O nata lux, Thomas Tallis 9. Ave Maria, Robert Parsons 10. Ave verum corpus, William Byrd 11. Haec dies, William Byrd 12. Civitas sancti tui, William Byrd 13. Ave verum corpus, Peter Philips 14. Ascendit Deus, Peter Philips
Digitally Remastered Edition of the Second Album from the Soft Rock Duo was Released on Asylum Records, a More Appropriate Home for the Pair as Acoustic Music of the Time Had Found a Niche with David Geffen's Boutique Label Where it Might Be Better Exploited. The Songs "Poor Man's Dream" and "Home Again" Received Airplay on FM Radio, but their Songs Never Broke Through to the Top of the Pop Charts.
The first full-length Rolling Stones album is a raw document of their early sound, which at this point was still Early British Tinny, even on this pristine re-issue. However, the band's growing confidence throughout the course of THE ROLLING STONES is almost palpable. Their take on Willie Dixon's "I Just Want to Make Love to You" is steeped in Chicago blues filtered through a West London sensibility, while the insistent harp on their hit cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" is an early example of the band's technique of using blues riffs as pop hooks. "Tell Me" is a fairly embryonic attempt at Tin Pan Alley songwriting (they're far more at home with the raw R&B of "Little By Little") and it's obvious that at this early stage the band was most comfortable performing R&B covers, such as Rufus Thomas's classic "Walking the Dog," and particularly Chuck Berry's "Carol," which remained a staple of the band's live shows for some years. Rolling Stones Photos
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