This fun collection celebrates that old-time rock 'n' roll. The nostalgic Malt Shop Memories includes 150 songs that defined the era from the mid-'50s to the mid-'60s. The five-volume set comes in a decorative box fashioned to look like a malt shop and includes radio and jukebox favorites by Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, the Beach Boys, the Everly Brothers, Bobby Darin, and the Supremes.
Regarded by none other than the record collector magazine, as being the finest collection of "Hendrix" sessions ever released, this limited edition ten cd box set contains over 100 tracks over ten hours of music & contains some of finest sessions/outakes "Jimi Hendrix" ever made. This box set is limited to a 1000 copies, each one is individually numbered, it also contains a 20 page detailed booklet.
The renowned French conductor Jean Martinon succeeded the legendary Fritz Reiner at the helm of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1963. According to one critic, during his five-year tenure, "there is no question that he maintained the orchestra's exalted performances standards, if not improving upon them." In that time, he made nine critically lauded recordings for RCA Victor, now re-issued for the first time ever together in a single SONY Classical box set of 10 re-mastered CDs.
VA - A Time To Remember 1970-1979: 10 CDs each one including an exclusive 20-track music compilation of original hit recordings by the original artists.
VA - A Time To Remember 1950-1959: 10 CDs each one including an exclusive 20-track music compilation of original hit recordings by the original artists.
VA - A Time To Remember 1940-1949: 10 CDs each one including an exclusive 20-track music compilation of original hit recordings by the original artists.
VA - A Time To Remember 1930-1939: 10 CDs each one including an exclusive 20-track music compilation of original hit recordings by the original artists.
DAVID BOWIE David Bowie Box (Deleted 2007 UK strictly limited edition 10-CD box set comprising 5 x 2-CD sets of the albums 'Outside', 'Earthling', 'Hours', 'Heathen' & 'Reality'; all with Bonus Discs containing remixes from Moby, Marius deVries & more, bonus material [previously released on special editions], extra tracks from single releases and covers of classics such as 'Waterloo Sunset'; all presented in mini LP-style card picture sleeves complete with individual booklets and housed in a picture slipcase. While late-period Bowie was more a stylistic interpreter than the innovator of the 1970s, this collection has many high points, notably a version of the Kinks' "Waterloo Sunset" and a series of reworkings of the artist's own "Rebel Rebel."
This elegantly packaged 10 disc retrospective surveys four decades of work by Philip Glass, from his earliest solo pieces to his world-renowned operas to his Oscar-nominated film scores. In music, words and pictures, it traces the evolution, as critic Tim Page puts it in his liner notes essay, of 'the first composer to win a wide, multi-generational audience in the opera house, the concert hall, the dance world, in film and in popular music-simultaneously.' The long-awaited release of this set follows this past spring's triumphal new staging of Glass's 1980 Satyagraha at the Metropolitan Opera House…