An incoherent tribute to Leonard Cohen, I'm Your Fan contains some fine versions of some of his best songs, but too often these renditions are half-hearted. Of particular interest are R.E.M.'s "First We'll Take Manhattan" and The Pixies' "I Can't Forget".
Music Brokers presents a new volume in the series that has revolutionized the music industry: The Many Faces. A collection of albums that delve into the depths of many of the most important artists in pop music’s history. This time it’s The Beatles’ turn, the greatest band of all time. CD 1 is dedicated completely to the years were Pete Best was The Beatles drummer (before Ringo Starr). CD 2 is a tribute to their songs, and includes versions by stars such as Ike & Tina Turner, John Denver and Marmalade (who reached at # 1 in the UK with their version of Ob-La-Di, Ob -La-Da and that is included in The Many Faces)…
The set was advertised vigourously in the national press from 5th November 1980 through into 1981. This means it was at the forefront right across the period of John's murder, and therefore sales must have been quite good, but as this box set was sold only by mail order the figures did not qualify for chart entry, and consequently are not publicly known.
Pete Huttlinger is back! He has been flooded with requests for guitar instruction on more of Dan Fogelberg’s popular hits, and he has obliged with a new DVD that will satisfy all students and fans of these timeless songs.