Transport yourself back to the those carefree 70s school days with this collection of 100 classic tracks from teenage pin-ups such as The Osmonds and David Soul to rock revellers Kiss and Thin Lizzy via disco divas Rose Royce and Kool & The Gang. This carefully crafted collection features 5 CDs and lasts well over 5 hours ensuring that there s something here for everyone. So loosen your school tie and reminisce to the soundtrack that shaped your generation…this is 70s School Days The Ultimate Collection.
Remember Cat Stevens: The Ultimate Collection features 24 tracks culled from the popular singer/songwriter’s '60s and '70s heydays, including radio staples like “Moonshadow,” “Wild World,” “Morning Has Broken,” and “The First Cut Is the Deepest,” as well as fan favorites “Another Saturday Night,” “Here Comes My Baby,” “Oh Very Young,” and the Harold & Maude classics "Where Do the Children Play” and “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out.” The only glaring omission is “The Wind,” but there are enough hooks in this anthology to convince listeners to dig further.
Pavarotti Forever prougly presents the ultimate collection from the world's favourite tenor. Specially selected from six of his landmark concerts (including The Three Tenors and his one-man spectaculars Hyde Park and Central Park), this DVD collection captures the unique warmth, personality and charisma of Luciano Pavarotti…
The three-disc anthology The Real…Miles Davis: The Ultimate Miles Davis Collection brings together tracks the legendary trumpeter recorded for Columbia during the '50s and '60s. These are some of Davis' best-known and most influential recordings when he was at the height of his pre-fusion, modern jazz career. Included are such cuts as "So What," "I Thought About You," "Stella by Starlight," "Milestones," and more.
A trawl through the wonderful career of the hugely underrated Harry Nilsson takes a chronological look at his back catalogue. Pretty much every classic you would ever need is here - Everybody's Talkin', Me and My Arrow, Without Her, Without You, One… the list goes on. Naturally there is a concentration on Harry's most successful work Nilsson Schmilsson with all but one track of the entire album included. There are some delightful hidden classics too with hard to find tracks included, but perhaps too little concentration on his later career. Nevertheless, this is a superb retrospective.