Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York City - January 9, 1997. The purpose was a charity concert for celebrating David Bowie's 50th birthday. Many friends of the artist took actively part at this event, therefore it is referred to as an album of "David Bowie & Friends": Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters, Lou Reed, Robert Smith (The Cure), Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins), Sonic Youth. For many years this Live album has circulated as a bootleg, now it has been officially released in April 2011.
One Night In Japan, a live Michael Jackson performance recorded at Korakuen Stadium, Yokahama, Japan on the 12th of September, 1987. Capturing the 'King Of Pop' at the absolute height of his fame and creative prowess, the set features highlights from Michael's entire career, including a medley of Jackson 5 hits!
Jean Knight could do no wrong in 1971, when the strutting "Mr. Big Stuff" was climbing the pop and R&B charts, well on its way to becoming one of the most familiar chart hits of all time. Her debut album, with its no-brainer title, featured a lot of good material on it, not all of it in the same vein as her hit. Producer/arranger Wardell Quezergue (he also appeared on keyboards) handled the record well, with a band consisting of Malaco hands like guitarist Jerry Puckett and drummer James Stroud.
Since the beginning of the band in 1991, France's Misanthrope has always showed an extraordinary musical way, very original between doom, gothic, death and symphonic metal. It is impossible to describe their musical way but you must discover Misanthrope. After the collector boxset with 3 CDs, Misanthrope presents its new full release and what album! As always, Misanthrope is Misanthrope, it plays always in its own musical way and finally, the 5 guys found their own sound with the Fredman studio (it is the third CD recorded in this studio) but don't worry, it doesn't sounds like In Flames…. no, 'cause the musical way is really different and this excellent production allows to appreciate the death-metal riffs, the atmospheres and the melodies.
is the debut, and only, solo studio album by American R&B singer , released on in 1978. The album was produced by and of the band , and was the project directly following the band's successful self-titled debut album , which featured on vocals.
Immortal Soul is the fourteenth studio album by the American heavy metal band Riot, released on October 31, 2011 through Steamhammer Records in Europe. It is the last album featuring long-time guitarist Mark Reale, who at the time was the only original member left in the band, before his death in January 2012.