Vocalion favourite Paul Mauriat makes a welcome return with a further two albums, Penelope (1972) and Holidays (1973), which presented quadraphonic remixes of 24 titles culled from his back catalogue. Originally produced for the Japanese 4DX series, this reissue makes them widely available for the first time.
A Special Blu-ray version of the 'Holidays in Zelande' live set. Filmed at the Marillion Weekend, Holland 2011 in glorious High Definition. This is the ultimate Marillion live experience with HD picture & uncompressed high res audio across 3 Blu-ray discs…
While mostly accurate, dismissing Never Mind the Bollocks as merely a series of loud, ragged midtempo rockers with a harsh, grating vocalist and not much melody would be a terrible error. Already anthemic songs are rendered positively transcendent by Johnny Rotten's rabid, foaming delivery. His bitterly sarcastic attacks on pretentious affectation and the very foundations of British society were all carried out in the most confrontational, impolite manner possible. Most imitators of the Pistols' angry nihilism missed the point: underneath the shock tactics and theatrical negativity were social critiques carefully designed for maximum impact. Never Mind the Bollocks perfectly articulated the frustration, rage, and dissatisfaction of the British working class with the establishment, a spirit quick to translate itself to strictly rock & roll terms. the Pistols paved the way for countless other bands to make similarly rebellious statements, but arguably none were as daring or effective.
Released on October 28, 1998. Japanese Box Set compilation for the French composer-conducter, Paul Mauriat.
While Olivia Newton-John's isn't exactly the ultimate collection for the holidays, her rendition of Christmas songs are beautifully orchestrated and perfect for a quiet holiday with family.
is a Christmas album recorded by Motown girl group , and released on in November 1965. The LP, produced by , includes recordings of familiar Christmas songs such as , , and . Two originals, and , were issued as the sides of a late 1965 holiday single.