Is a three-CD set of the Siegel-Schwall Band – including all four of their Vanguard albums (spanning 1966-1970) in their entirety, along with six previously unissued cuts – too much to take at once? In a word, yes. If you're a blues-rock history nut, though – and there must be some such listeners out there – it is a handy collection that gathers every last shred of recorded evidence of their early years.
Showaddywaddy had more UK hits in the 1970s than any other act…including Abba. From their winning appearance on an edition of ‘New Faces’, the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ of the day, to become runners-up in the series’ ‘All Winners Final’, it took just a matter of months until the band released and secured their debut hit, ‘Hey Rock And Roll’, which reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart…
The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982, is the first complete Roxy Music box set to be released on CD. It includes each of the eight ‘Roxy Music’ Studio albums: Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure, Stranded, Country Life, Siren, Manifesto, Flesh And Blood and Avalon. Each of the studio albums have been taken back to their original form. New 2012 flat transfers from the original analogue master tapes ensure the audio sounds truer to its original LP sound. The box set is completed with two bonus discs of singles, B-sides and alternative mixes.
ABBA The Complete Studio Recordings Box Set (2005 UK Strictly Limited Deluxe Edition 11-disc box set comprising NINE digitally remastered CDs from 'Ring Ring' to 'The Visitors' with a host of amazing bonus tracks & rarities including B-Sides, remixes, versions in Spanish, German, French and Swedish and more; plus TWO BONUS NTSC DVDs featuring THIRTY TWO videos, 'The History' - Documentary and Selections From Abba's Final Live Concert!. Also includes two hardbackbooks with silver embossed titles - one 108-page booklet of lyrics and a 48-page 'Timeline & Disc Contents'.
A true Callas cornucopia, this 70-CD set gathers together everything Maria Callas ever recorded in the studio. That's 26 complete operas (four of which are studio repeats), plus the complete studio recitals made during the legendary soprano's recording career, which lasted from 1949-69. The bonus CD-ROM contains libretti and translations in English, French and German, plus a Callas photo library, while remastered treats include Callas's first recital recording, originally made for the Fonit-Cetra label and featuring arias by Wagner and Bellini. – Barnes & Noble