After seven years at the top of the British charts, even Status Quo fans were beginning to wonder whether the band wasn't simply rewriting the same riff over and over again, then putting it out with a new catch phrase for a title…
This 2005 of edition of "Whatever You Want" contains unreleased material, as well as a demo recording of "Shady Lady" and the single version of "Living on an Island".
This CD has all the Quo classics, from Matchstick men through Down Down to the latest releases. CD1 is non-stop heads-down rock'n'roll done as only Francis, Rick and the guys can do it. CD2 covers the later, pop period. This double CD includes everything in 12 Gold Bars (the previous best of) and more. 41 glorious tracks.
22-year-old steps out of her famous parents’ shadow with debut album. She arrives with a last name beloved in the music world and dangerously treads in the same footsteps as her parents, who have 26 Grammy Awards combined. And yet Emily Estefan manages to make an impressive splash on her debut album. The 22-year-old daughter of pop superstar Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s Take Whatever You Want is a 14-song shimmering, jazz-influenced beauty she wrote, performed on and produced.