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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.
The Mix-Up is the seventh studio album by the Beastie Boys, released in June 2007. The album consists entirely of instrumental performances and won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.
A double disc reissue of The Beatles landmark album, featuring a new stereo mix by Giles, George Martin's son on disc one, and alternate takes and studio oddities from the recording sessions on disc two.
Their second album melds soft rock, folk and soul, reminiscent of much from California forty years ago. The Beauty Room is the collaboration of techno/electronica DJ and producer Kirk Degiorgio and vocalist Jinadu, resulting in a deeply melodic and atmospheric record.
Beck has swapped sorrow for mere melancholy, a shift in attitude that makes this 2014 album sweeter than its predecessor.
A year after Truth, Beck & company returned with the even thicker sound of Beck-Ola, an album often sited as one of heavy metal’s firestarters. Along with Stewart, Wood and pile-driving new drummer Tony Newman, the album features the inspired addition of storied session man Nicky Hopkins on keyboards.
In 2007 Jeff Beck performed a series of concerts at the renowned Ronnie Scotts club in London. They became the must have ticket of the year with a packed audience every night of the famous and the fans. This triple features performances recorded across the different nights and presents the best version of each track. The set also includes guest appearances by other artists such as Eric Clapton and Joss Stone.
In late 1966, Beck began work on Truth, his solo LP debut. Recording with his core group of Stewart, Wood and drummer Mickey Waller, Beck ventured far beyond the established rock guitar lexicon, forging a unique style which would influence generations of future acolytes.
Created and released originally as part of a college music business course, this debut album soon became sought after. The band recently received the NME outstanding contribution to music award.
A real treat, this LP was recorded on a Studer A-80 (with Rega modifications). Recorded at Roy Gandy's recording studio (a converted barn), which allowed the instruments to truly open up, providing a well-defined soundstage.