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.
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.
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)…
As a cornerstone release of the epic Why Pink Floyd? reissue programme, The Dark Side of The Moon was treated to a stunning 2011 remaster, and released in Discovery, Experience and Immersion editions. Featuring newly minted packaging across the range, the highly collectable Immersion edition featured a host of rare, unreleased and alternate audio and video content in both standard and high resolution across CD/DVD and Blu-ray. The Dark Side Of The Moon was the first record to get this reissue treatment, followed by Wish You Were Here and The Wall.
Decades before Corey Harris, Guy Davis, and Keb' Mo' wed the Delta blues to various folk forms, there was Taj Mahal. Almost from the very beginning, Mahal provided audiences with connections to a plethora of blues styles. Further, he offered hard evidence connecting American blues to folk styles from other nations, particularly, but not limited to, those from the West Indies and various African countries, bridging gaps, highlighting similarities, and establishing links between many experiences of the African diaspora…
"Classic Album Selection" is an album collection of one the best rock bands ever: Thin Lizzy. The box set contains the following 6 original albums (with original masters) by the Irish legends: "Nightlife" (1974), "Fighting" (1975), "Jailbreak" (1976), "Johnny The Fox" (1976), "Bad Reputation" (1977) and "Black Rose: A Rock Legend" (1979). Each packed in mini LP paper sleeves, the design goes along with the other already released classic album selections. A great box set for all fans or those who want to add a new gem to their collection of the band's material.
Sanctuary's mammoth triple-disc Pentangle overview poses a bit of a dilemma. First of all, it's called Pentangling, which is already the name of a 1973 compilation, and secondly, while not deliberately misleading, it focuses more attention on the solo careers of John Renbourn and Bert Jansch than it does on the entity that supplies the collection's title. Despite these petty gripes, Pentangling is filled to the brim with some of the finest recordings the British folk movement had to offer, and hearing the group as a whole, followed by an entire disc – one apiece – of two of the genre's most gifted guitarists, is rewarding in more ways than one: both men, as well as the band, released material well into the 21st century, but Pentangling focuses only on their treasured late-'60s/early-'70s output. Listeners looking for a more comprehensive take on Pentangle would be better off with Castle's excellent Light Flight: The Anthology, and Renbourn and Jansch both have lovingly packaged retrospectives that fare better than the ones offered here, but as far as entry points go, Pentangling does more than skim the surface.
Pianist Youri Egorov first came to international prominence as the clear favorite among the 1977 Van Cliburn Competition’s semi-finalists. When Egorov failed to make the finals, outraged audience members raised funds to match the $10,000 first prize and present their hero in his New York recital debut. The critics raved, and Egorov’s career took off, flourishing for 10 years until his tragically early death from AIDS in 1988 at age 33.