DVD Audio version of this (going into the big league) Alice Cooper album. Contains the creepy "Black Widow" & "Devils Food" with the even creepier Vincent Price performing alongside Alice.This album is fabulous and Bob Ezrin's production gives it that knife edge tension that the album aimed for. A Delerium-infused, non stop roller-coaster ride that takes you were buses don't run! A universally acclaimed masterpiece and rightly so! Extra's include excellent interview with Alice Cooper & Bob Ezrin, photo gallery & lyrics. Does not play on CD players.
Double CD from this much neglected US sunshine pop, harmony group. The band were packed with light multi layered harmonies and clever arrangements and made some excellent psych pop recordings in the mid to late '60's, some of which were produced by Curt Boettcher (Millenium/Saggitarius). Plus the acid pop gems ("Time For Livin' " "Like Always" "Requiem For the Masses"). Very cool.
Carly Simon's 3rd album from 1972 was beautifully produced by Richard Perry and contained the classic "You're So Vain" and (another if not overshadowed hit) "The Right Thing To Do". Extra's on this disc include photo gallery,lyrics and easy navigation menu.
Their second double album delivered more hits and upped the artistic ante with its "Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon," a suite of pop songs emulating the form of the great classical composers. Also includes as bonus tracks the single versions of "Make Me Smile" and "25 Or 6 To 4."Newly remastered and repackaged with extensive liner notes and 2 bonus tracks.Housed in a slipcased digi- sleeve.
A horn section in a rock band? You bet. Chicago showed the world how they could rock with brass and successfully incorporate funk, jazz, and pop balladry. You can hear it all on their groundbreaking double-platinum 1969 debut which contained the hit "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is" Newly remastered and repackaged with extensive liner notes.Housed in a slipcased digi- sleeve.
60 minute retrospective on the legendary UK power trio. Opens with "Sunshine Of Your Love" from their farewell concert, complete live clip of "White Room","I Feel Free","Spoonful","Toad" and interviews with Jack Bruce, Pete Brown and Ginger Baker who introduce early music,videos and home movies.US NTSC Region 1 Disc (NOTE will only play on multi-region or US machines)
David Peel was, and still is, a street musician and political activist from the Lower East Side of New York City. Here is a collection featuring both his bizarre albums 'Have A Marijuana' (1968) and 'The American Revolution' (1970) as well as two previously unissued tracks. Hippy musical counterculture manifestos presented with guitars and attitude. Individually numbered limited edition of 7500 numbered copies.
180 gram HQ virgin vinyl of the album that broke the Purps into world wide stars as it was the studio album that contained "Space Truckin', "Highway Star","Lazy","Never Before",and of course "Smoke on the Water".This exact repro comes with gatefold sleeve and the elusive poster.
DVD Audio of this classic Californian rock bands of the 70's. Hippie boogie, straight ahead rock with a funky edge. This 1973 album with it's shiny Ted Templeman production stood out like a shaft of gold when all around was dark. Classics like 'Long Train Runnin' and 'China Grove' sound magnificent in this multi channel surround sound format which features a new mix. Extra's include Album essay, photo gallery & lyrics. It can be played on all DVD players. THIS DOES NOT PLAY ON CD PLAYERS.
Finally available for the first time on DVD here is the classic US '60's show that captured many of the best bands of the era. Mainly in colour with stunning 5.1 surround you get performances by Tommy James and The Shondells, Chambers Brothers, Beach Boys, Spanky and Our Gang, 5th Dimension, Carpenters, Jackson 5, Creedence, Oliver and others. US NTSC Region 1 Disc (NOTE will only play on multi-region or US machines)
Another great volume in this classic series finally available on DVD. Features colour TV performances by many great artists with 5.1 sound. Includes Sonny and Cher, Lovin Spoonful, Association, Animals, Mama's and Papas, Rolling Stones and many more. US NTSC Region 1 disc (Will only play on a US machine or a multi-region player)
This volume is dedicated to the sound of motor city and Mowtown greats. Legendary performances from Temptations,James Brown, Smokey Robinson, Supremes, Stevie Wonder plus more. US NTSC Region 1 Disc (NOTE will only play on multi-region or US machines)
This volume is dedicated to the spirit of 50's and 60's pop and rock n roll. Fantastic performances by The Beatles, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackie Wilson, Freddie and the Dreamers, Sly and The Family Stone plus more. US NTSC Region 1 Disc (NOTE will only play on multi-region or US machines)
Complete box set containing all nine DVDs in the Rock n Roll Classics collection. Includes Chart Toppers Vols 1 & 2, The Soul Of The Motor City, Elvis & Other Rock Greats, Temptaions & Supremes, love Songs, Rockin' The Sixties, Legends Of Rock & The British Invasion. Special features abound in this deluxe 3D package of Ed's "really big show".
All girl US rock band that signed to Reprise in 1969, first all-female group to sign to a major label. Four-CD boxed set containing Fanny's entire 1970-73 Reprise output, plus much more. The studio albums Fanny (1970), Charity Ball (1971), Fanny Hill (1972), and the Todd Rundgren-produced Mother's Pride (1973) have been remastered from original master tapes. Additional bonus tracks include Wild Honey demos from 1969, Reprise promo spots, informal "Kitchen Tapes" recordings, live tracks from 1972-73, and many outtakes and alternate versions. A special 52-page book includes an exclusive 2002 interview with June and Jean Millington.
One of the biggest selling albums of all time get's the full overhaul treatment.This deluxe 2 CD set features the original album bolstered by by a whole CD chock full of outtakes and demos from the sessions,all of which are unreleased.
36 track retrospective of the career of Californian sunshine-pop band The Grass Roots. Originally formed as a vehicle for writer/producer team P.F.Sloan and Steve Barri, the band scored with a series of hits "Let's Live For Today", "Temptation Eyes", "Two Divided By Love" and "Midnight Confessions" (all included here). Housed in a card slip case and including many tracks available on CD for the very first time.
This 1970 follow-up to "Workingman's Dead", again included a concise set of originals with a rural folk feel, finely tuned harmony vocals and polished performances. A masterpiece from start to finish, it features one classic after another... from the opening "Box Of Rain", through to the closing "Truckin". 180 gram vinyl.
This DVD Audio of this 1970 follow up to 'Workingman's Dead', again included concise set of original material with a rural folk feel, finely tuned harmony vocals and excellent musicianship. A masterpiece from start to finish. This advanced resolution multi-channel surround sound is playable on all DVD-Audio players and features a brand new surround mix plus Video interviews, photo gallery and a lyrics section. It can be played on all DVD players. THIS DOES NOT PLAY ON CD PLAYERS.
Beautiful digi package and booklet surrounds this 1970 follow-up to "Workingman's Dead", which once again included a concise set of originals with a rural folk feel, finely tuned harmony vocals and polished performances. A masterpiece from start to finish, it features one classic after another... from the opening "Box Of Rain", through to the closing "Truckin"This amazing remaster (which sounds incredible) contains 5 bonus tracks
1968's groundbreaking Grateul Dead album remastered and packaged in a neat digi. Live and studio recordings put together in a totally unique fashion, creating a breath-taking psychedelic tapestry. Featuring some of their most acidic material:- "That's It For The Other One", "New Potato Caboose", "Alligator" and "Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)", it still sounds fresh and exciting some 30+ years on. A 'head' of its time & then some! Known in acid circles as the trippers bible.This amazing remaster contains 5 bonus tracks
Fabulous double CD of all the early material by the Grateful Dead including their recordings asThe Warlocks. Punky and energetic, previously unreleased recordings such as "Can't Come Down" and "The Only Time Is Now" evoke the wild freedom of Ken Keysey's Acid Tests and the first germination of the counterculture. Overall a set that is much more in the garge/psych mould and one that is comprised of prime early San Francisco Sounds that should be filed next to the Great Society and The Charlatans. Beautifully packaged…
The Holy Grail for any Grateful Dead fan, or US '60's West Coast Psych collector for that matter. A large jet black box embossed with gold lettering and inlaid with a gleaming enameled Skeleton and Roses metal plate contains 12 CD's spanning the Dead's career at Warner Brothers. The First Album, Anthem Of the Sun, Live Dead, Workingman's Dead, American Beauty, Grateful Dead, Europe '72, and Bear's Choice have been stunningly remastered and expanded with new sleeve notes, live tracks, outtakes and previously unreleased studio recordings. The real gem here however is the double CD "Birth Of the Grateful Dead" which includes - for the first time officially - the Warlocks demos, the Scorpio single (and sessions) as well as loads of early live performances. Finished off with a massive full colour 80 page booklet this is truly a fantastic package. If only Jerry were alive...
This 1970 album marked a shift from the Dead's elongated live-based material to a selection of shorter, more acoustic songs, with luxurious harmonies and clear country, blues and folk influences. The arrangements are sharp and concise, the performances lilting and subtle. Featuring some of their most enduring songs, from "Uncle John's Band", "Dire Wolf", "Cumberland Blues" and the perennial favourite "Casey Jones". One of the greatest albums of all time. 180 gram vinyl.
DVD Audio of this classic (and we mean classic) 1970 album and it marked a shift from the Dead's elongated live-based material to a selection of shorter, more acoustic songs, with luxurious harmonies and clear country, blues and folk influences. The arrangements are sharp and concise, the performances lilting and subtle. Featuring some of their most enduring songs, from "Uncle John's Band", "Dire Wolf", "Cumberland Blues" and the perennial favourite "Casey Jones". One of the greatest albums of all time ! Hear it as it should be heard on this advanced resolution multi channel surround sound disc. which features a brand new mix of the album in surround. Extra's include video interviews, photo gallery and song lyrics. It can be played on all DVD players. THIS DOES NOT PLAY ON CD PLAYERS.
This 1970 album marked a shift from the Dead's elongated live-based material to a selection of shorter, more acoustic songs, with luxurious harmonies and clear country, blues and folk influences. The arrangements are sharp and concise, the performances lilting and subtle. Featuring some of their most enduring songs, from "Uncle John's Band", "Dire Wolf", "Cumberland Blues" and the perennial favourite "Casey Jones". One of the greatest albums of all time !Digi package with 7 bonus tracks
Superb '67 debut album of heavy psychedelic rock by this well known US '60s band. Includes "Possession" and "Unconcious Power" with the trademark brain melting sustained guitar solos and superb Doors like keyboards...
One of the seminal US '60s heavy psych albums, this 1968 release with the stoned 17 minute title track was a sensational best seller at the time and still sounds just as good today. Largely built around the swirling keyboards of Doug Ingle, this will just blow you away on first listen. Newly discovered first-generation master tapes were used on this re release.Housed in a slipcase with 3D artwork and 2 bonus tracks.
Digitally remastered version of this 1970 album which found the band experimenting more than on previous releases.From the 14-minute epic "Butterfly Bleu" to the electric piano driven "Shady Lady",and the funky "Best Years Of Our Life" from start to finish this is another great album in the I.B. canon.
Blues Rags and Hollers, the first album from Koerner Ray & Glover, follows through on the folk and country-blues leanings of the blues revival. John Koerner, Dave Ray and Tony Glover, who emerged from the same University of Minneapolis music scene that produced Bob Dylan, were the best white folk blues group of their day. This reissue of their influential mid '60s albums - which sounds at times like a cross between the Kingston Trio and Sonny Boy Williamson provides ample evidence of that. Plus, they had great material, some from blues giants like Lead Belly and Memphis Minnie, but much of it original. Newly remastered and featuring luxury packaging.
CD of the third and final album from Detroit punk-revolutionaries The MC5. Dating from 1971, it is probably their most accessible album although still containing the raw energy and power associated with the band. Ignored by the music biz upon release, it is often (mistakenly) perceived as an album bereft of ideas but one listen to Fred 'Sonic' Smith's "Sister Anne" or Wayne Kramer's "Poison" will soon dispel that myth.
Fifth album from 1968 finds the boys in fine form on tracks such as "Daydream Believer", "Tapioca Tundra" and "Valleri". This release includes five previously unissued tracks/versions including Peter Tork's classic "Lady's Baby".
And then there were two! With Peter Tork and Mike Nesmith having left, Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones created this bubblegum classic with Jeff Barry (amongst others) producing. Now re-issued with three bonus tracks.
You want the best, then here it is!. 20 tracks and every one of them a gem from the best US '60's pop band (with a wry psych twist!). Includes "Last Train To Clarksville", "Mary, Mary", "Pleasant Valley Sunday", "Daydream Believer", "Listen To The Band"...you know the rest.
The soundtrack to one of the trippiest fims ever, as The Monkees attempted to break away from their teenybopper image by taking large amounts of hallucinogenic drugs (allegedly) and inviting Bob Rafelson and Jack Nicholson to make a film around them. The result was a stunning psychedelic voyage and the music here reflects this. This version is remastered and includes six bonus tracks. Absolutely essential for serious psych collectors - or just the curious.
The Monkees' third album...and one of their best! The band had begun to take creative control including songwriting and even playing the instruments!. Classics such as 'Randy Scouse Git' and Peter Tork's 'For Pete's Sake' (the closing theme from the TV show) show a band reaching their peak. This issue includes FIVE bonus cuts.
1969 release from the Peter Tork-less Monkees includes "Through The Looking Glass" amongst others. The real gems here are Mike Nesmith's "Don't Wait For Me" and "While I Cry". Comes with SEVEN bonus tracks including songs unavailable elsewhere.
Proof that they really could play their instruments and that live they had a pretty raw garage sound. Mickey on drums, Peter on bass, Mike on guitar & Davy on...errm...tambourine! Taken from three shows in 67, it includes most of the hits including "Last Train To Clarksville", "I'm A Believer", "Randy Scouse Git" and thirteen others. Wild shows !
A collection of previously unreleased Monkees' recordings from 1966-1969 similar and pre-dating the Beatles Anthology series. Includes rarities such as "All Of Your Toys" along with several Mike Nesmith compositions that hint at his future country-rock leanings.
The second volume in the 'lost' recordings by The Monkees. Alternate versions of classic tracks sit alongside rarely heard songs showcasing their versatility as bubblegum pop meets country meets psychedelia. Nineteen tracks in all including "All The King's Horses", "Circle Sky" (the live version from Head) and "Valleri".
The third and final selection of rarities, oddities and outtakes from The Monkees. Includes an alternate mix of the Mike Nesmith classic "Circle Sky" and all manner of weirdness including the TV version of "The Monkees' Theme" and an Italian version of the same song; "Tema Dei Monkees"! Ay caramba!!!
This is where it all started for The Monkees. The classic debut album by America's answer to the Beatles, includes "Last Train To Clarksville' amongst others. Contains three bonus cuts including an early unissued version of 'Theme From The Monkees'.
Second album from the kings of 60's bubblegum pop. Includes "Steppin' Stone", "I'm A Believer" and lesser known classics such as "She". This issue comes with FIVE bonus cuts including a previously unissued version of "Believer"
The ultimate Monkees collection is this hard bound book package featuring a complete history of the pre-fab four together with four CD's packed with all the hits and assorted rarities. 99 tracks in all with many previously unissued mixes. Pretty much essential if you are looking to get an in depth overview of this bands career.LAST COPY.
1967 saw the release of this, The Monkees' fourth album. Including "Words", "Pleasant Valley Sunday", "Peter Percival Patterson's Pet Pig Porky" and many others, this release comes complete with SEVEN bonus tracks. Regarded by many as The Monkees' finest album
Limited vinyl release by one of the top ten US '60s garage bands featuring unreleased masters from the 'Original Sound' Single, from 1967. Side One: Talk Talk, The People In Me, Masculine Intuition, Trouble, Come On In, Advise and Consent, Mother Nature Father Earth, Side Two: The Eagle Never Hunts the Fly, Double Yellow Line, Absolutely Positivley, You Will love Me Again, Everything Is Everything, Black Snow and Dark White.Great full colour sleeve.LAST 3 COPIES.
Originally released in 1969, the second Nazz album contained more of the well crafted pop magic of the young Todd Rundgren, but with a heavier edge. Utilising influences from psychedelia, UK art pop and rock this is a polished collection of quality tunes which includes the 13 minute epic "A Beautiful Song" as well as the stunning psych classic "Forget All About It".
Wow, wow and thrice wow!!! This is it, the definitive guide to sixties psych-garage punk. 118 (count 'em) tracks of pure magic. The original double album expanded into a four CD box. with a 100 page full colour booklet all in a nifty box. Includes Electric Prunes, Chocolate Watch Band, Mystery Trend, Amboy Dukes, Captain Beefheart, Beau Brummels, Magic Mushrooms, Balloon Farm and just a whole lot more all from the master tapes. Pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about the genre and then some.
The long awaited follow up to the stupendous Nuggets Box set features over 100 tracks from the UK, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australasia. Documenting the '60's psychedelic/garage phenomenon outside the USA, this stunning collection features most of the prime UK '60's Psych Freakbeat bands along with the best from the rest of the world. From Kaleidoscope through The Masters Apprentices to Mutantes this is a diamond 4 CD collection with sparkling sound quality and a huge booklet, all housed in a beautiful box. Wow!
The wheel turns full circle with part three of the fabulous Nuggets box set series on Rhino. Volume three collects together the history of the 1980's psych/garage revival (fondly remembered by the Freak Emporium staff) and includes all of the best bands from that era over four CD's with 100 tracks! Including Plasticland, Bevis Frond, The Mummies, Aardvarks, Dream Syndicate, Rain Parade, Droogs, Died Pretty, Last, Chills, Jigsaw Seen, Sundial, Soft Boys, Miracle Workers, Prisoners, Green On Red, Long Ryders, Moffs, Lyres, Nomads, La's, Stems, Fuzztones, Lime Spiders, Dukes Of Stratosphear, Screaming Trees, Teenage Fanclub and many many others bands from all over the world! The set also features a superb book - with contributions by Nigel Cross and Alec Palao - that is jam packed with photos and memorabilia. It's weird to think that the 80's is now as far away from the present as the 60's was from the 80's!
San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970. This ambitious hard back book with four CD's attempts to do what no other compilation has ever done properly - comprehensively covered the San Francisco psychedelic rock explosion of the 1960s. This package is everything you always wanted to hear but didn't have a chance to listen to. All of the best obscure pop/psych/garage/rock/folk nuggets and more well known acid gems from the flower and hippy capitol of the world are featured. Covering the scene from the birth of the legend in 1965 until the time the flowers wilted in 1970, the cream of 60s countercultural music is packed in a book that also features many rarely seen photos and expert analysis. Highlights include "Can't Come Down" from Dead precursors The Warlocks, the demo for Quicksilver Messenger Service's "Who Do You Love", the earliest incarnation of the Airplane on "It's No Secret", "I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag" from Country Joe & The Fish and "Mr. Jones (A Ballad Of A Thin Man)" from a prehistoric Grass Roots ensemble alongside some gems from Teddy & His Patches "Suzy Creamcheese", The Chocolate Watchband's "No Way Out" and Frumious Bandersnatch's "Hearts To Cry" and much, much more. An extensive labour of love featuring four themed CD's housed in a beautiful 120 page 'coffee table' styled book packed with rare photos and information. When it comes to West Coast music, this is the big one!
Great 2 CD set that contains the 1969 and 1971 albums that Paul recorded for Elektra Records. His songs have been covered by Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Ian Matthews and more. Within folk circles and among songwriters his incisive lyrics cut to the heart of the matter and these two albums should be in every singer songwriter lovers collection. In places the Country Rock sound is reminiscent of the Grateful Dead's "American Beauty" and "Workingman's Dead". Great albums.
Stunning book packaged collection that gathers more than 80 remastered tracks together on this four CD set spanning 1956-2003. All their timeless hits are included "Leaving On A Jet Plane" "Where have all the flowers gone" "500 Miles," "If I Had A Hammer," "Puff, The Magic Dragon" as well as some surprising late '60's material including a killer harmony pop psych track (I dig Rock and Roll Music) and some beautiful West Coast styled rock/pop. It also features new songs from their 2004 studio album. Beautiful '60's protest folk pop repertoire complete with sublime harmonies and uplifting choruses. As a bonus you get a DVD featuring rare footage, vintage live performances and clips from their 1970 PBS documentary. Amazing!
You’ve never heard anything like it: Queensrÿche pay tribute to a diverse collection of favourite songs with an 11-song covers compilation ranging from Pink Floyd to Black Sabbath and Buffalo Springfield To Broadway - and much more. Though they rarely perform anything besides their distinctive original material, Seattle-based hard rockers Queensrÿche turn in a stellar set when they master the unexpected by putting their indelible sonic stamp on adventurous covers demonstrating far-reaching tastes and inspirations. 'Take Cover' offers an all-new perspective on a riveting band best known for its signature virtuosity and intensely creative theatricality. Queensrÿche take on eleven diverse cover songs. Highlights include Pink Floyd's "Welcome To The Machine", CSN&Y's "Almost Cut My Hair", Peter Gabriel's "Red Rain," and The Police's "Synchronicity II." Plus a nod to Broadway with "Heaven On Their Minds" from Jesus Christ Superstar, an acoustic version of "For What It's Worth" and a venture into opera with respected vocalist Tate's take on "Odissea," originally made famous by the Italian duo Carlo Marrale & Cheope. Also featuring Queen's "Innuendo," Black Sabbath's "Neon Knights" and a live 10:26 version of U2's "Bullet The Blue Sky".
The very first CD retrospective from the band who were at the forefront of the mid-’60s San Francisco psychedelic scene.Over 30 tracks, this two-disc overview is a perfect start for anyone.From the great Cippolina guitar numbers "Cobra" and "Local Color" to the beautiful "Fresh Air" through to the freak out piano led "Edward, The Mad Shirt Grinder", this is essential stuff. Beautiful psychedelic slipcase package.
4th album and famously produced by Phil Spector. Contains 6 bonus tracks 5 of which are previously unissued. This is a monstrous album and broke the punk cannon wide open for using studio techniques and producers. Groundbreaking stuff that includes classics like "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll radio", "Rock 'n' Roll High School", "Baby I Love You" and many more Ramones classics. Great remaster with a detailed booklet and slipcase packaging.
5th studio album from the one of the best bands U.S. punk rock had to offer. Produced by 10cc's Graham Gouldman this was a massive pop affair with killer cuts like " We Want The Airwaves", "KKK Took My Babt Away" and more.This expanded version (which is housed in a slip-case with a fully detailed booklet) comes with 7 previously unissued bonus tracks.
Seventh studio album from 1983 that marked the return of the songwriting partnership of Johnny & Dee Dee. This remastered edition features 7 previously unissued tracks and a detailed booklet. Go on, complete the collection ya pin head!
As album titles go this could hardly have been more apropos. This album marked a full decade of , t.shirts and ripped jeans. Their eighth studio album was a harder affair than previous releases although songs like "Howling at the Moon" still showed the Ramones wit and charm. This expanded version contains 12 bonus tracks and is housed in a slip-case..
Superb collection of '60's and '70's TV performances in colour and black and white taken from German TV (Beat Club). Includes Santana, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Alvin Lee and Ten Years After, Johnny Winter, Joe Walsh and James Gang, B.B.King, Duane Eddy, Eric Clapton with Delaney and Bonnie, Mountain and The Who. Completeists may be interested to know that this series includes material not found on the Beat Club series. Region 1 NTSC. Dolby 5.1 and stereo. Note this is an American disc - Please ensure that your machine can play region 1 discs.
Another great collection of '60's and '70's TV performances taken from German TV (Beat Club) some of which are not featured on the Beat Club DVD's and all of which are in surround sound. Includes Pacific Gas & Electric, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, The Byrds, Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, Mountain, MC5, Steppenwolf, Deep Purple, Spencer Davis Group and Poco. Hard Rockin' indeed! Region 1 NTSC. Dolby 5.1 and stereo.Note this is an American disc - Please ensure that your machine can play region 1 discs.
Another great collection of '60's and '70's TV performances taken from German TV (Beat Club) some of which do not appear on the Beat Club discs and all of which are in surround sound rather than stereo. Includes Canned Heat, The Byrds, Thunderclap Newman, Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Moody Blues, Blue Cheer, Small Faces, The Who, The Nice, Manfred Mann and Donovan. Region 1 NTSC. Dolby 5.1 and stereo. Note this is an American disc - Please ensure that your machine can play region 1 discs.
The mop top Beatles spoof movie by Monty Python's Eric Idle and Neil Innes. One of the funniest spoofs of all time you'll split your sides laughing!! A host of special guest stars appear that include Mick Jagger, Paul Simon, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, George Harrison, Ron Wood and many others. Digitally remastered with bonus material, deleted scenes, photo gallery and introduction by Eric Idle.5.1 AudioUS NTSC Region 1 Disc (NOTE will only play on multi-region or US machines)Different artwork to the UK version.
Marc Bolan 's first No. 1 album from 1971, was released as he relinquished his ties with the UK psych underground and re-invented himself as teenage glam hero. As a result the album beautifully combines both psych and glam styles. Includes the smash hits "Get It On" and "Jeepster", the infectious "Cosmic Dancer" and acoustic ballad "Girl". One of Marc's most immediate and appealing albums and some say his best.180 gram vinyl reissue.
In the spring of 1968, Tim Buckley and band began a series of recording sessions for the follow-up to his 1967 album 'Goodbye And Hello'. Some of these session recordings ended up not being released. 'Works In Progress' is a 16-track collection of the surviving recordings from these 1968 studio sessions along with one survivor from a 1967 session. 20-page booklet with insightful liner notes by longtime Buckley guitarist/friend/biographer Lee Underwood as well as lyrics for all of the songs. Limited pressing only.
DVD of the 60's UK blues rock band with Jeff Beck,Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton. Unbeatable priced DVD featuring,"Happenings Ten Years Ago" "I'm A Man", "Shape Of Things To Come",""For Your Love" and more. 52 minutes running time includes interviews with Clapton, Beck and Page,Peter Grant and more.US NTSC Region 1 disc (Will only play on a US machine or a multi-region player)
It doesn't get much better than this for prog fans. 55 tracks, 5 CDs, 6 unreleased recordings, state-of-the-art mastering, rare photos, extensive liner notes and a whole lot more. Includes 'Roundabout', 'Long Distance Runaround', 'Owner Of A Lonely Heart', 'Love Will Find A Way'.. An absolute necessity for all collectors and fans.
DVD Audio issue of the landmark 2001 release that redefined orchestral rock and is easily the bands best album since Tormato. Jon's voice only seems to get stronger and more confident with age and even Chris Squire has a lead vocal part on "Can You Imagine". This is amzing and the orchestra is utilized excellently to compliment the talents of the band. Extra's on this include Photo Gallery, "Magnification" live, Video interview, Discography, Song lyrics and DVD-Rom content. Yes.
Steve Howe's first album with the band from 1971. A milestone in UK prog rock conjuring up science-fiction concepts, psychedelic textures, soaring organ riffs, amazing guitars and vocal gymnastics. Includes "Starship Trooper", "Yours Is No Disgrace". All tracks carefully remastered, packaged in original gatefold jacket, and pressed on premium 180-gram heavy vinyl.