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3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... is the debut album by American Hip Hop group Arrested Development, released in 1992. The album's chart success was the beginning of the popularization of Southern Hip Hop. The album stood in stark contrast to the gangsta rap that ruled the Hip Hop charts in 1992, in its focus on spirituality, peace and love.
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers' Free For All on vinyl, including a digital download code!
Art Pepper's Neon Art Volume One. Both tracks on this album (EP?) are previously unissued tracks.
Art Pepper's Neon Art Volume Three. Both tracks on this album (EP?) are previously unissued tracks.
Art Pepper's Neon Art Volume Two. Both tracks on this album (EP?) are previously unissued tracks.
Self titled debut available now on vinyl. Limited edition pressing of 300.Album features Chris Wade, Celia Humphris (Trees), Nik Turner (Hawkwind), Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention) and others.
The album that left a deep and lasting impact on the music scene. Fronted by Chris Cornell, the Rage Against The Machine/Soundgarden supergroup gained huge popularity in their own right. The album was certified Gold in the USA within a month after its release.
Augustines are an American band, originally from New York, now hailing from Seattle, loosely described as an indie rock group but ascribed to other genres too, including folk and country. This is their self titled second album released early 2014.
Kevin Ayers' debut solo album after leaving Soft Machine Soft Machine (he was a founding member). They may have progressed very differently had he have stayed. However the parting was amicable enough to be accompanied on Joy Of A Toy by his Soft Machine colleagues Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge and Hugh Hopper.
Third album by Baby Shambles, from 2013, following a 6 year hiatus, and originally planned to be Pete Doherty's second solo record, the album soon became a Babyshambles record, with all tracks being co-written by guitarist Mick Whitnall or bassist Drew McConnell, a first for the band.