Toss a line into the vast ocean of budget-priced classic rock greatest-hits/ultimate/definitive collections, and you’re bound to snag a Bay City Rollers overview or two, but this 21-track compilation from Sony may be one of the better ones. Stocked with all ten of the sugary power pop group’s Top Ten hits, as well as 11 choice album cuts, this Greatest Hits collection is both simple and essential, resulting in the perfect introductory companion for those who have yet to “Give a Little Love” to these fine bubblegum Scotsmen.
2010 four CD anthology, the ultimate collection from the '70s Glam/teen sensations spanning their entire career. Includes all of their hits and most popular album tracks including 'Saturday Night', 'Shang-A-Lang', 'Summerlove Sensation', 'All Of Me Loves All Of You', 'Bye Bye Baby', 'Give A Little Love', 'Money Honey' and many more. Also includes rare U.S. and alternate versions and solo Les McKeown tracks, plus cuts lifted from their final three Power Pop/New Wave influenced albums. Expanded artwork includes 36 full color booklet featuring extensive new liner notes, rare photos and a Rollers discography.
Collection of the finest work of the Algerian/French ensemble Djur Djura, compiled by David Byrne. The group's founder and focal point is Algerian-born vocalist Djura. Djura's music blends twining layers of vocals over flashing percussion and a blend of Eastern and Western instruments. Her words offer a profoundly emotional message of awareness and hope.
Containing a couple of their big hits, The Best of Steve and Eydie doesn't contain enough music to be a definitive retrospective, but it makes a fine purchase for the budget-conscious. Steve and Eydie is the name of an American pop vocal duet, consisting of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé. They were a husband and wife team from their wedding in 1957 until Eydie's death in 2013. Both have also had separate careers as solo singers. The performer name on their duet releases was denoted as "Steve and Eydie", without the last names. Eydie was born as Edith Gormezano, while Steve's birth name was Sidney Leibowitz…