Live at Montreux 2006: They All Came Down to Montreux is the first live release by English hard rock band Deep Purple's mk VIII lineup. This concert was recorded in Montreux, during 2006 Rapture of the Deep tour.
Dee Mullins kicked around Texan independent labels such as Pappy Daily's D Records before Shelby Singleton signed him to his Nashville independent SSS – later Plantation Records – in 1967, having Mullins sing the answer song "The Continuing Story of Harper Valley P.T.A." to the label's first big hit from Jeannie C. Riley. "The Continuing Story" provides the title for this 2009 compilation from Omni Records, a compilation that rounds up a generous 27 tracks that stretch all the way from 1959 to 1978, but focus on those hippie-era oddities from SSS and Plantation, pushing all 16 of those cuts toward the front. If any country music could be called psychedelic, this is it: Singleton surrounded Mullins with vocal effects, sitars, and fuzz guitars, creating genuinely odd music ranging from the eerie and unsettling ("I Am the Grass") to the absurd ("Beers").
A trent'anni di distanza dall'uscita del loro primo singolo, i Ramones ancora oggi rappresentano la quintessenza della musica punk. Quattro adolescenti della periferia newyorkese alla conquista del mondo: rabbia e vuoto esistenziale sparati alla velocità del suono, l'eccitazione primordiale di un ritmo frenetico. "Blitzkrieg punk" è la feroce autobiografia di Dee Dee Ramone, ex delinquente di strada e "politossico" che assieme ai "fratelli" Johnny, Joey e Marky rase al suolo il rock 'n' roll.
In 1974, Deep Purple brought its new lineup to the United States for a tour to support Burn, the first album to feature David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes, who had replaced Ian Gillan and Roger Glover on vocals and bass respectively…