"Costas Charitodiplomenos - Lost In The Night", "The Twins - Love System", "Swan - Don't Talk About It", "Roger Meno - I Find The Way" , "K.B. Caps - Do You Really Need Me" and more... are the songs which included on the 8th volume of "I Love Disco Diamonds", released in 2002 by Spain's Blanco y Negro label. This is part of one of the most extensive Euro-dance (Italo Disco) series available. Since the series is so extensive, you can bet there's plenty of filler, and that's definitely the case here.
Rhino Celebrates The Trio’s 50th Anniversary With A 24-Song Collection Of Rare And Unreleased Live Performances Recorded In Tokyo And Kyoto. By 1967, Peter, Paul and Mary’s inspiring performances and memorable hits had earned Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey and Mary Travers fans all over the world, Japan in particular. In January of that year, the group returned to the island-nation for a tour marked by a string of emotionally stirring performances. Tapes were rolling during shows at Tokyo and Kyoto (January 16 and 17), recording music that would later appear on Deluxe: Live in Japan, an LP that was only available in Japan.
2016 release from the British blue eyed soul vocalist and Los Pacaminos member. On Good Thing, his first solo album in 20 years, Paul has recorded a selection of his favorite Memphis Soul tunes including L-O-V-E (Love), Big Bird and Your Good Thing (Is About To End).
At the time, Press to Play was occasionally promoted as Macca's response to punk – which we all better hope is not true, since that means he was responding ten years after the fact, signaling just how out of touch he was. But McCartney wasn't that disconnected from reality (he did talk about punk in interviews from the late '70s), so a more accurate view of Press to Play is to see it as McCartney trying to reconnect with his classic strengths, from orchestral pop and whimsy to driving rockers and sweet love songs…
Paul McCartney's fourth live album in four years (including Tripping the Live Fantastic: The Highlights) is full of Beatles classics and recent McCartney numbers, including a live version of "Biker Like an Icon"? Paul Is Live uses the exact same band and tone as Tripping the Live Fantastic.
Released after the studied, meticulous Flowers in the Dirt, the live acoustic concert album Unplugged was a breath of fresh air, and it remains one of the most enjoyable records in McCartney's catalog. Running through a selection of oldies – not only his own, but Beatles and rock & roll chestnuts – McCartney is carefree and charming, making songs like "Be-Bop-a-Lula" and "Blue Moon of Kentucky" (which finds Paul melding Bill Monroe with Elvis) sound fresh. But the real revelations of the record are the songs McCartney hauls out from his debut – "That Would Be Something," "Every Night," and "Junk" – which sound lovely and timeless, restoring them to their proper place in his canon. They help make Unplugged into a thoroughly enjoyable minor gem.
Good Evening New York City is a CD/DVD double live album by Paul McCartney consisting of material performed over three nights as the inaugural concert at New York City's Citi Field, 17, 18 and 21 July 2009, part of his Summer Live '09 concert tour. Over 180,000 tickets were sold within hours of the shows being announced. The album is McCartney's third release for Hear Music, following 2007 album Memory Almost Full and the live EP Amoeba's Secret. At the 53rd Grammy Awards, the recording of "Helter Skelter" from the album won in the category of Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance…