DEEP PURPLE: Live In Paris 1975 (2CD)

“Re-issue number 1 in a series of 10 live albums. high class digipak artwork & booklets with rare photos & original press texts. Digitally re-mastered By early 1975, the flame was quickly fading out for the Ritchie Blackmore era of Deep Purple. Discontent with the overtly funk-based direction the group had recently embraced on such […]

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Q&A: What musical artists started off strong and then had a major drop off in terms of quality?

ROBERT G writes … Yes, Rod Stewart. Elton John, too. But I remind, the “major drop off in terms of quality” is subjective, of course. Therefore we answer in terms of our opinions. For me, maybe others, too, it is about the integrity that one builds within his/her fanbase, friends, etc. Like it or not, […]

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Philip Glass: The biography

“Through his operas, his symphonies, his compositions for his own ensemble, and his wide-ranging collaborations with artists ranging from Twyla Tharp to Allen Ginsberg, Woody Allen to David Bowie, Philip Glass has had an extraordinary and unprecedented impact upon the musical and intellectual life of his times.” MORE

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BLUE OYSTER CULT: Live in Chicago (2CD)

Recorded at the navy pier skyline stage in Chicago on June 21, 2002. Stairway To The Stars (Live) Burnin’ For You (Live) O.D.’d On Life Itself (Live) E.T.I. (Live) Dance On Stilts (Live) Harvester Of Eyes (Live) Buck’s Boogie (Live) Mistress Of The Salmon Salt (Live) Flaming Telepaths (Live) Harvest Moon (Live) Then Came The […]

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The Doors – Other Voices / Full Circle (2CD)

For the very first time on officially-sanctioned CD and 180-gram vinyl the two albums released by The Doors – John Densmore, guitarist Robby Krieger, and keyboardist Ray Manzarek – following the 1971 death of Jim Morrison: Other Voices (1971) and Full Circle (1972).The albums will be made available as a two-CD set, newly remastered by The Doors’ longtime associate […]

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SANTANA: Live At The Bottom Line 1978 (CD)

Santana burst into the public consciousness via their riveting performance of the Latin/Rock fusion Soul Sacrifice, at the August 1969 Woodstock festival. Courtesy of their appearance at that legendary event, Carlos Santana (high on mescaline at the time) and his band were almost instantly propelled from cult status into the wide blue yonder of Rock […]

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