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Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Sex, Dope & Cheap Thrills
Big Brother & The Holding Company
Imagine (The Ultimate Collection)
Imagine is John Lennon's second studio album after his departure from the Beatles. Recorded and released in 1971, the album's musical arrangements are more elaborate compared to the basic, small-group arrangements of his first album, the critically acclaimed John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band.
Imagine is the most popular of Lennon's solo albums and the title track is considered by many to be one of Lennon's finest songs. In 2012, the album was voted 80th on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time".
Now Look is the second solo album by English musician Ronnie Wood, released in July 1975. In the United States, it peaked at number 118 on Billboard's top 200 albums listings, during a six-week chart run. Produced by Wood, Bobby Womack and Ian McLagan, the album also includes musical contributions from Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Willie Weeks and Andy Newmark – all of whom had played on Wood's debut, I've Got My Own Album to Do.
The Faces worked the song "Big Bayou" into the setlist for their 1975 fall tour, which turned out to be the band's final tour. Faces vocalist Rod Stewart recorded his own cover of "Big Bayou" the following year for A Night on the Town. Wood remade "Breathe on Me" in 1991 for his album Slide On This.
1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything...
WHAT'S THAT SOUND? Complete Albums Collection (Remastered)
I've Got My Own Album To Do
Legendary FM Broadcasts - The Cow Palace, Daly City CA 21st November 1986
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Ultrasonic Recording Studio, Hempstead NY 26th December 1972
At Last...The Beginning - The Making Of Electric Ladyland: The Early Takes Sampler
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Who Came First (Deluxe)
Who Came First is the debut album by Pete Townshend, released in 1972 on Track Records in the UK and Track/Decca in the US. It includes demos from the aborted concept album Lifehouse, part of which became Who's Next. The original release had a gatefold cover and included a poster with additional photos of Meher Baba from the Louis van Gasteren film Beyond Words. The cover photo of Townshend standing on eggs is a reference to the eternal question "Who came first: the chicken or the egg?" It peaked at number 30 on the UK album chart and at number 69 on the US Billboard 200.
Monkey Grip (Deluxe)
Monkey Grip is the debut album by Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. It was released in 1974 by Rolling Stones Records.
Although Wyman sings on every track on the album, he had only sung lead on one song in the Rolling Stones, the 1967 song "In Another Land".
Legendary FM Broadcasts - The Avalon Ballroom 2nd November 1968
Live At Woodstock
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Live at Woodstock
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Critique Show, PBS TV Studios New York 28th And 29th April 1969
Live in London 1968
Amoeba Gig (Live)
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Roosevely Raceway, NY 8th September 1974
Crosby Stills Nash And Young
Mick Taylor is the debut studio album by the former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, released in 1979. Though the album was acclaimed by critics, the album's blues-based style was somewhat unfashionable at the time of release, when punk and new wave were becoming more popular.
Taylor had tried to get his former band The Rolling Stones to record "Leather Jacket" on multiple occasions. The Rolling Stones version can be found on many bootleg records.
Everybody's in Show-Biz (Legacy Edition)
Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Live At The Fillmore East/1970/Reissue)
Illinois Blues 1973 (Live)
Wanted Dead or Alive
Music From Big Pink (Deluxe Edition/Remixed 2018)
Music from Big Pink is the debut studio album by The Band. Released in 1968, it employs a distinctive blend of country, rock, folk, classical, R&B, and soul. The music was composed partly in "Big Pink", a house shared by Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson in West Saugerties, New York. The album itself was recorded in studios in New York and Los Angeles in 1968, and followed the band's backing of Bob Dylan on his 1966 tour and time spent together in upstate New York recording material that was officially released in 1975 as The Basement Tapes, also with Dylan. The cover artwork is a painting by Dylan.
In 2000 the album was rereleased with additional outtakes from the recording sessions, and in 2018 a "50th Anniversary Super Deluxe" edition was released with a new stereo mix by Bob Clearmountain.
Jefferson Airplane Live In San Francisco 1966
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Houston Music Hall 6th December 1979
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Performance: Rockin’ The Filmore
Performance Rockin' the Fillmore is the 1971 live double-LP/single-CD by English blues-rock group Humble Pie. It reached #21 on the Billboard 200, and hit the UK Top 40.
Cricklewood Green (2017 Remaster)
Ten Years After
Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Live)
Live at Mantra Studios Broadcast 1977
The Who’s "Tommy" Orchestral
Cosmic Dancer 1971 (Live)
Brothers And Sisters (Super Deluxe)
The Allman Brothers Band
Brothers and Sisters is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Allman Brothers Band. Co-produced by Johnny Sandlin and the band, the album was released in August 1973 in the United States by Capricorn Records. Following the death of group leader Duane Allman in 1971, the Allman Brothers Band released Eat a Peach, a hybrid studio/live album that became their biggest yet. Afterwards, the group purchased a farm in Juliette, Georgia, to become a "group hangout". However, bassist Berry Oakley was visibly suffering from the death of Duane: he excessively drank and consumed drugs. After nearly a year of severe depression, Oakley was killed in a motorcycle accident not dissimilar from his friend's in November 1972 making it the last album to feature Oakley.
The band carried on, adding new members Chuck Leavell on piano and Lamar Williams on bass. Brothers and Sisters was largely recorded over a period of three months at Capricorn Sound Studios in Macon, Georgia. Lead guitarist Dickey Betts assumed the role of band leader, and many of his compositions reflected a more country-inspired sound. Session guitarists Les Dudek and Tommy Talton sat in on several songs.
Fight Fire: The Complete Recordings 1964-1967
Ringorama Limited Edition Deluxe Set
Steppenwolf at 50
John Kay & Steppenwolf
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Giants Stadium, NJ 25th June 1978
Steve Miller Band
Loaded: Re-Loaded 45th Anniversary Edition
The Velvet Underground
Complete Them (1964-1967)
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Cape Cod Coliseum 4th July 1981
The Vine Street Theatre presents Homewood Session. Dec 5th 1970, Hollywood CA
Made In Nashville
Our Country: Americana Act 2
Rockit is the nineteenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1979 by Atco Records. It was his only release for the label, following Berry's departure in 1975 from Chess Records. It was Berry's last studio album for 38 years, until Chuck in 2017.
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