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Jazz classics, ballads and standards from Chet Baker. New in, more information to follow.
Cool jazz from 1955. A welcome reissue of this well regarded live recording of a performance at the University of Michigan.
Jazz trumpet and voice from Chet Baker. New in, more information to follow.
The Band's first studio album released in 1968. Critical reception was good although initial sales not so, an archetypal slow burner that has continujed to sell and his been reissued many times. Every collection should have one!
This is the third album from band Band Of Horses released May 2010. The album was both a critical and commercial success, and nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album. Give it a listen.
Nik Bärtsch and his Ronin quintet and their third album for ECM. The Swiss pianist and band mates Sha (reeds), Björn Meyer (bass), Kaspar Rast (drums), and Andi Pupato (percussion) deliver this fine set with each element carefully measured and weighed, one cell osmoses into the next. Thus are Bärtsch’s numbered “Moduls” nurtured through understated rhythms and potent denouements.
Brian Wilson's 1966 masterpiece reissued on vinyl in its original mono mix.
2011 debut album from Liam Gallacher's new band, featuring him on vocals, Gem Archer on guitars, Andy Bell guitars and bass and Chris Sharrock, drums. Varied reviews, largely depending upon whether the critic was reviewing the album in its own right, or trying to compare it to various outings of Oasis.
The Beastie Boys releaserd Hello Nasty in July 1998, four years after the band's previous album, Ill Communication. It marked the addition of DMC champion Mix Master Mike to the group's line-up. "Song for Junior" features Miho Hatori on vocals, and "Dr. Lee, PhD" guest stars dub musician Lee Scratch Perry on both vocals and percussion.
Beastie Boys' second album, a hip-hop tour de force, released in 1989. Initially a 'slow burner' following the success of its predecessor Licensed to Ill, it went double platinum in 1999, and has attracted extensive acclaim from critics and music publications, and in 2003 was ranked 156 in Rolling Stone's best albums of all time.