Marie has had a tough childhood ever since her mother Elisa committed suicide. She has spent most of her life in an orphanage and now makes a living as a small time criminal in Paris. Now she wants to unravel her past and find her father whom she blames for her mother's death.
The seventh in a series of 8 simultaneously released sets celebrating the most iconic British pop show of all time takes a journey back in time to a time of the Britpoppers, boy bands, girl bands and the rise and rise of R&B. Marking the period 1995-2000 this 3-CD collection includes Oasis, Cher, Underworld, Craig David, Hanson, Paul Weller, Texas and many more.
Four volumes from Rather Interesting label.
Real Intelligence IV (2002). On this compilation you will find the 1999-2001 highlights, which surprised and inspired listeners during the last couple of years: Dos Tracks, Erik Satin, Los Samplers, XXX, Bund Deutscher Programmierer, Midisport, The Disk Orchestra and the Roger Tubesound Orchestra. As if this was not enough, rather interesting decided to include 4 previously unreleased bonus titles which make this compilation a 'must have' for all those who like the sound and of 'R.I.'. The bonus titles 'space bossa', 'mambo si, trabajo no!', 'affirmative' and 'hypnotize' perfectly complete this selection of 'r.i.' classics, ranging from Latino influenced compositions via abstract funkiness to electro…
A 32-track retrospective that'll make fans of this band's unique pop/jazz/rock sound so very happy! Every hit single is here- You've Made Me So Very Happy; And When I Die; Spinning Wheel; Hi-De-Ho; Lucretia MacEvil; Go Down Gamblin'; Lisa, Listen to Me; So Long Dixie; Got to Get You into My Life , etc.-plus key album tracks and two unreleased cuts that trace this band's career from the early Al Kooper days on. Notes, rare photos, complete discography and personnel info rounds out this long-overdue collection.
Ever since Sonny Rollins signed with Milestone in the mid-1970s, critics who prefer his earlier work have complained that Rollins' sidemen are not worthy of him. For this superb effort, detractors have nothing to complain about, for the immortal tenor is joined by either Tommy Flanagan or Stephen Scott on piano, his longtime electric bassist Bob Cranshaw and either Al Foster or Jack DeJohnette on drums.