2015 two CD set. Buddha-Bar has set itself as a Lounge music pioneer since the 90's. Known and recognized in France and internationally, Buddha-Bar is the lounge music reference of talent spotters in lounge and electronic music. With a subtle mix of chill, deep and electronic music influences, Buddha-Bar XVII is no exception to the savoir-faire of the little Parisian label, George V Records. Drawing inspiration from Morocco, this opus promises warmth and sensuality to take you to an enchanting dream world. Bold mixes, hypnotic compositions and aesthetic arrangements are the key components of this new selection filled with emotions. Travel from the coasts to the middle of the desert and let yourself be carried away by the warm and soothing melodies that are the signature of the very first opus of the music collection.
After several successful Buddha-Bar compilations, the world-famous fusion brand returns with a special release, A Night @ Buddha-Bar Hotel, that will make you travel throughout the fancy world of Buddha-Bar.
This first Buddha-Bar CD Box set is a blend of pure Chill Out & World music, including 90% of unreleased tracks. Discover a special gift inside this unique CD box set, a USB key (including goodies & 12 “best of “Ravin tracks), that will open the door to the dreamy and lush atmosphere of Buddha-Bar, 12 cds for 12 hours of magic and escape especially designed for the Buddha-Bar lovers worldwide + a 20 pages booklet presenting the legendary Buddha Bar universe.
More than another compilation, this is an exclusive musical invitation to experience the Buddha-Bar lifestyle, with a unique concept for Buddha Bar lovers. This CD Box Set is a numbered edition limited to 15 000 copies worldwide.
Sixty years after the recordings were first released, Woody Guthrie's odes to the Dust Bowl are presented in their third different configuration. RCA Victor Records, the only major label for which Guthrie ever recorded, issued two three-disc 78 rpm albums, Dust Bowl Ballads, Vol. 1 and Dust Bowl Ballads, Vol. 2, in July 1940, containing a total of 11 songs. ("Tom Joad" was spread across two sides of a 78 due to its length.) Twenty-four years later, with the folk revival at its height, RCA reissued the material on a single 12" LP in a new sequence and with two previously unreleased tracks, "Pretty Boy Floyd" and "Dust Bowl Blues," added. Thirty-six years on, the Buddha reissue division of BMG, which owns RCA, shuffles the running order again and adds another track, this one an alternate take of "Talking Dust Bowl Blues."