Without a doubt, Elvis Presley is the King of Rock' n 'Roll ! Presley is one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century and still an icon for millions of fans worldwide. With estimated record sales of around 600 million units worldwide he is the best-selling solo artist in the history of recorded music. In The Many Faces Of Elvis we present amazing recordings of some of his early friends and companions like Scotty Moore, The Million Dollar Quartet or James Burton, including features by the King himself. As well we present the originals of some of Elvis' greatest hits from great artist like Carl Perkins, Ray Charles or Little Richard. With remastered sound, liner notes and a wonderful artwork, The Many Faces Of Elvis is an essential album for your collection and for every fan of this great icon of the 20th century!
In "The Many Faces of David Bowie" it is possible to find hard-to-find collaborations, unknown tracks that have been recorded by other artists, participation as the star Iggy Pop, his influences also the original versions of the songs he recorded, as well as new songs like the wonderful Madman, concretizing their only collaborative composition with Marc Bolan (T. Rex leader)…
Joy Division is one of the definitive bands from the rock culture. With their dark poetic inception and a sound marked by a new way of thinking about how music should be created, the Manchester band served as a model for countless artists. Today, just as it marks 35 years of the death of Ian Curtis (the legendary singer and lyricist of the group) The Many Faces Of Joy Division shows the hidden world behind the group, their rare recordings, side projects, their influences and the Manchester scene where the band bloomed. With a wonderful cover art, remastered sound and extensive liner notes, The Many Faces of Joy Division is an album not only for fans but for anyone who wants to understand the influence (and enjoy the music) of a truly transcendent bad, which made beauty out of sadness.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) is one of the most popular and successful english progressive rock bands in history. The main characteristics that made the trio so popular were their technical skills and their showmanship. It wasn't very usual -back then- to see such technically proficient musicians like keith Emerson (keyboards) or Carl Palmer (drums) to develop such a highly-visual concert experience; which in fact made an often quite complex music genre, instantly appealing to a broad audience. The Many Faces of Emeron, Lake & Palmer is a key release that shows uknown aspects of their successful career.
Genesis is a unique case in the world of popular music, as it began its career as a cult band and despite losing its lead singer, the charismatic Peter Gabriel, they moved on with then-drummer Phil Collins as front man, which brought them massive and unexpected success in the 80s. In this chapter of our The Many Faces series, we explore Genesis' inner world, including some of its members' rare side-projects, their collaborations, versions of some of their most iconic songs and the early-stages of the band, when they were still a bunch of teens who hardly imagined they would become one of the greatest bands of all times. The Many Faces Of Genesis is an essential album, that showcases the hidden stories behind a unique band.