Limited edition 2009 four CD collectors boxset. The Gathering 2008 saw the original Killing Joke line up play live in London at two historic sold out concerts for the first time since 1982. This limited edition boxset packs both concerts together for the very first time. Both concerts are presented in full with no overdubs, professional recorded and even contain a brand new track for the event: 'Time Wave'. The original tribal sound of Killing Joke that catapulted the band into the early '80s is heard here at its very best, and anyone who was lucky enough to a have attended will confirm these really were a truly one-off pair of concerts. With original drummer Big Paul Ferguson and bassist Youth back on board, the first two classic albums Killing Joke and What's This For! are played for the first time ever in their entirety. Also performed over the two nights are many rare tracks that have not been heard for the best part of 25 years.
89 song 4 CD French import boxed set. 89 tracks, issued in a fold open book style case (5-1/2" x 10"), with a large informative booklet. This is a must-have for the true fan. A great retrospective contained in a first-class package. I play this often when I feel like listening to some old-school Wailers music. Very rare and good compilation of marley's music. Hard to find. Not sold anymore. Discontinued 4 cd set.
This set brings together all the Polydor albums recorded by Canadian guitarist/vocalist Pat Travers spanning the mid-1970s to 80s. All the tracks have been digitally remastered and the set comes complete with new artwork and liner notes by respected rock journalist, Malcolm Dome. In London he signed to Polydor Records and released his self-titled debut album in 1976. He was joined on this recording by bassist Peter 'Mars' Cowling and drummer Roy Dyke, thus establishing the power trio format that would inform nearly everything he's done since. A year later he brought in future Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain for the album Makin' Magic, which featured the now classic Rock N Roll Susie.