A limited edition of the Camaron de la Isla 'Integral' box-set. It represents a veritable journey through his life and singing. It includes 21 original albums. The first 17 of them were made in recording studios by Camaron from 1969 to 1992 while he was alive. "The album is similar to the previous one, perhaps a bit less acoustic, with Paco de Lucia and Tomatito on guitars, the productions of Pachon and the musical direction of Paco".
New version of the Paco de Lucía Integral, 27 CDs his complete work remastered. "Cositas Buenas", his last album, comes as a new in this new Integral. Now in a new economic format. This collection is a unique tour of the work of Paco de Lucia from 1964 to 2004. For a Flamenco artist, the opportunity to play in the Royal Theatre (Teatro Real) in Madrid, that temple of classical music, represents an important goal in an artistic career. Paco de Lucía achieved this and more by marking the first of these dates with the recording of his first live album. The album shows off a range of Flamenco styles, with his older brother Ramón de Algeciras on second guitar. As each song selected for the occasion is in a different style, together they are like a summary of his creative trajectory up to this point.
2008 digitally remastered two CD set containing a pair of albums from Felix Cavaliere and The Rascals: Peaceful World (1971) and Island of Real (1972), both originally released on Columbia Records. As the Young Rascals, the band had enormous singles chart success on Atlantic Records, and their move to Columbia was more album-orientated. These recordings, sadly, were to prove the last for the band, though founder Felix Cavaliere went on to a solo career. Comes housed in a slipcase with extensive liner notes. 25 tracks. BGO.
Despite production by Bob Thiele, Frank Kofsky's horrifying liner notes comparing Eden's Children to Jimi Hendrix and Cream are the only thing worse than this music. It's a weak album, for sure, regardless of Kofsky's proclamation that Richard Schamach is a better vocalist than Jack Bruce…
Live set cut in Fort Worth, TX, that presents an accurate depiction of the breadth and scope of a Gatemouth Brown concert. Switching between guitar and violin, Gate offers everything from a reprise of "Okie Dokie Stomp" to a tender "Please Send Me Someone to Love" from Percy Mayfield's songbook and personalized renditions of "St. Louis Blues" and "Frankie and Johnny."– by Bill Dahl
Ben's great-grandmother was a vaudeville musician who toured with Al Jolson and in Medicine Shows. Her daughter was a very talented Boogie pianist who used to play for Ben when he was coming up. On the other side of the family tree, his grandfather, who was a Mississippi sharecropper turned Ben onto the sounds and culture of Mississippi and Blues in general. "When I was growing up there was only one kind of music in the house. Whether it was being played on an instrument or an old recording, it was Blues……
It's Real is the title of the third full-length recording from R&B singer-songwriter James Ingram. It was released in 1989 on Quest/Warner Bros. Records, and features the smash hit single "I Don't Have The Heart", which peaked at number 1 for 1 week. It also features a remake of the classic song "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, re-written with different lyrics and entitled "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man".
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