Tommy Bolin’s legendary solo album, Teaser, has been remastered in a project produced by Greg Hampton and Johnnie Bolin. The album is available in two boxed sets: The Ultimate Teaser is a three CD collection featuring the re-mastered version of his classic album along with two CDs of outtakes and alternates, and The Definitive Teaser Collector’s Edition adds the two CDs from the recent Great Gypsy Soul set.
Available exclusively from 's website, is a compact, 16-disc box set that includes 's 15 albums - from 1972's through 1990's - individually packaged in mini-LP replica sleeves. A 16th disc, dubbed , collects rarities and several of leader 's outside productions for the likes of , , and . There's also a thick booklet with notes penned by . Since 's releases were remastered/reissued in 2004, a fair portion of the group's devout fans will see this as redundant; part of that faction will also covet disc 16, unavailable elsewhere. Those who had been waiting for a comprehensive box finally get one, with a price that should average out to less than 10.00 U.S. dollars per disc.
20 CD set of classic studio & live albums by the king from Elvis Presley in 1956 to Moody Blue in 1977. All presented as repro albums in original sleeves in a hard case box with lift off lid and expansive 34 page booklet. This 20-disc boxset contains the following albums: 1. Elvis Presley (1956) 2. Elvis Is Back (1960) 3. Something For Everybody (1961) 4. Pot Luck (1962) 5. Elvis For Everyone! (1965) 6. From Elvis In Memphis (1969) 7. On Stage (1970) 8. That's The Way It Is (1971) 9. Elvis Country (1971) 10. Love Letters From Elvis (1971)…
The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982, is the first complete Roxy Music box set to be released on CD. It includes each of the eight ‘Roxy Music’ Studio albums: Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure, Stranded, Country Life, Siren, Manifesto, Flesh And Blood and Avalon. Each of the studio albums have been taken back to their original form. New 2012 flat transfers from the original analogue master tapes ensure the audio sounds truer to its original LP sound. The box set is completed with two bonus discs of singles, B-sides and alternative mixes.
These four discs offer completely unreleased performances by the Weather Report lineup of keyboardist Joe Zawinul, saxophonist Wayne Shorter, bassist Jaco Pastorius, drummer Peter Erskine, and a bit later, percussionist Bobby Thomas, Jr. It was compiled for release by Erskine (whose historical essay and annotated track notes are fantastic) and Tony Zawinul, Joe's son. These are mostly soundboard cassettes made by WR's longtime live sound engineer Brian Risner, with choice audience tapes and commercial mobile rig selections mixed in. While it (mostly) sounds like an excellent bootleg, the sound here is remarkable given the root sources. Similar to 2002's Live and Unreleased, the material is not arranged chronologically.
Having re-released a large part of Tangerine Dream's back catalog in 2009, the Germany based Membran label released the box set The Electronic Journey in September 2010. It contains ten full-length albums from the Membran catalog, all repackaged in cardboard sleeves and put together in a cardboard box. Recording date 1982-2006.
From Bowie's more recent career this album collection features Outside 1995 (his reunion with Brian Eno), 1997s Earthling and Hours… from 1999. Includes the singles 'Hallo Spaceboy' and 'Little Wonder'. Reissue of three original albums in vinyl replica card sleeves housed in a cardboard case. The 90s was when Bowie embraced industrial, techno, alternative rock, and goth in a big way, finding time to do singles with the likes of Trent Reznor, Dave "Rave" Ogilvie, Charlie Clouser, Photek, Moby, and many others. This set collects Bowie's three late-90s albums (the ones that saw him touring with Nine Inch Nails), starting with Outside (1995) on through Earthling (1997) and finally with Hours (1999). On these you'll find The Heart's Filthy Lesson, I'm Afraid of Americans, Little Wonder, Dead Man Walking, The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell, and more essential Bowie hits.
No pop genre has defined what a summer night can be as much as doo wop, with its countless songs about the moon and the stars and the light they cast on the possibilities of romance, and no pop genre has ever had more earthly angels residing per square foot. This four-disc, 100-song collection of doo wop vocal groups has numerous examples of both, along with seemingly a song for every girl's name ever invented.