2CD set containing the biggest, boldest, booming voices of the 60s & 70s with a mixture of international and Australian artists. It contains classic songs from legendary artists and bands like Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Small Faces, The Yardbirds, The Guess Who, Blood, Sweat & Tears and many more. It also features many Aussie rarities from SCRA, King Harvest, The Dave Miller Set, The Groop, Max Merritt & The Meteors, Jeff St. John, Jeff Duff and others - a total of 38 tracks. Compiled and annotated by Glenn A. Baker, noted Australian rock historian.
COLDPLAY's Platinum 7th album 'A Head Full Of Dreams' keeps getting bigger after it's already hit singles singles 'Adventure Of A Lifetime,' 'Hymn For The Weekend,' as well as 'Up&Up' and 'A Head Full Of Dreams'. This special edition repack includes a bonus disc with the popular Seeb remix of 'Hymn For The Weekend' and 5 classic tracks recorded live at Sydney's Enmore Theatre.
A massive collection with faszinating mystic sounds from Africa, Asia and Orient. "Buddha Deluxe Lounge" with his 50 trax slides you in a faszinating mystic mood. Exotic instruments, mystic vocals phrases, a mystical journey into another world. Enjoy "Buddha Deluxe Lounge Vol.12" …50 mystic bar sounds!
Includes continuous mix by DJ Maretimo.
The concert was filmed progressively over entire 'Best of the Best' tour in the spring of 2016 in Germany but the bulk of the material was filmed in the last week of the tour, playing in many great venues including the famous Festhalle in Frankfurt
Australia is not the first place you think of as a crate-digger's paradise. But these 20 slices from the country's early-Seventies season in commercial R&B and pop-jazz fusion are a lively lesson in the ingenious adaption of imported trends over an extreme distance. This is overwhelmingly white funk: "Back on the Street Again," an Etta James cover by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs, and the ID's "Feel Awlright" are examples of hot shots from Australia's Sixties-beat and heavy-rock scenes finding their dance-floor feet; a track by the progressive-rock band Tamam Shud comes from the soundtrack to a 1971 surfing documentary. But it is all robust fun with intriguing sampling prospects.
LIKE an early taste of summer, the new double CD compilation of ‘So Frenchy So Chic’ is here, with yet another great line up. Now is the chance to hear some of the musical acts who will appear at the January picnic parties in Melbourne and Sydney, such as Lou Doillon, who will be playing songs from her highly acclaimed folk rock record ‘Lay Low’. There is also the wonderful voice of the Franco-Moroccan singer Hindi Zahra, whose music is drenched in a hypnotic world blues universe.