This is Music: The Singles 92–98 is a singles compilation album by the English alternative rock band The Verve. The compilation was released in November 2004 and included two previously unreleased tracks: "This Could Be My Moment" and "Monte Carlo". The album was named after a track by the same name off their 1995 album A Northern Soul. The album cover is based on the cover of their 1992 single, "She's a Superstar".
These sessions document unequivocally why Dizzy Gillespie is still considered one of the greatest improvisers in the history of jazz, for his mastery of the instrument, his command of time, his control over musical ideas, and his ability to entertain. He was blessed during this period, which spans 1954 to 1963, with stellar sidemen, unparalleled arrangements, and a surge of excitement for making music.
Taken from the high-energy harpist's first three albums for Verve following his split from Muddy Waters (including the entirety of his fine eponymous 1967 debut), this 20-track anthology is a fine spot to begin any serious Cotton collection. In those days, Cotton was into soul as well as blues – witness his raucous versions of "Knock on Wood" and "Turn on Your Lovelight," backed by a large horn complement. Compiler Dick Shurman has chose judiciously from his uneven pair of Verve follow-ups, making for a very consistent compilation.
1998 Japanese reissue on Virgin of the band's acclaimed 1993 album for the label with three early B-sides added as hiddenbonus tracks: 'No Come Down', 'Where The Geese Go' and'Endless Life'. 13 tracks total, also featuring 'Star Sail'& 'Slide Away'.
Japanese two disc (CD + NTSC/Region All DVD) pressing of the Britpop band's 2008 reunion album features two bonus tracks on the audio disc ('Ma Ma Soul' and 'Muhammad Ali'), both of which were only issued on the UK LP pressing. The bonus DVD includes five live tracks performed at Coachella '08 along with a documentary entitled 'Space and Time.' The Verve are back! One of the biggest selling and more influential bands of the last ten years have reformed and recorded an album of new material. After the success of 'Urban Hymns', which to date has sold 3 million copies in the UK, 'Forth' is a true return to form, and the first single 'Love Is Noise' looks set to become a festival anthem this summer.