Pure, haunting, meditative, somber, simple and classic: The Everly Brothers’ 1958 Songs Our Daddy Taught Us made a seminal artistic statement without pretension. A concept album before there was such thing; a return to basics before rock music had even matured. It all came naturally to Don and Phil Everly, the chart-topping brothers, recording stars aged just 21 and 19 respectively.
Beatles To Bond And Bach leans on Martin’s considerable skills as an arranger, as witnessed by hits with the Beatles, and his orchestral film scores such as Yellow Submarine, the James Bond film Live and Let Die, and the theme to the film Elizabeth and Essex.
Live from California features classic Keith Emerson ELP tracks, as well as songs from Marc Bonilla’s solo projects, and also includes Glenn Hughes' soulful rendition of the Procol Harum classic "A Whiter Shade Of Pale.”
"Ravi Shankar is the Godfather of World Music" - George Harrison
Originally released in 1973, Transmigration Macabre is not your average Ravi Shankar album. Overtly psychedelic, sometimes closer to Coltrane's mystical free jazz than the world music Shankar is famous for, Transmigration is one of those records that gets revealed to you in multiple layers.
Digital Release: 02/05/13 Physical Release Date: 04/09/13
The album Mull of Kintyre (originally released in 1978) features The Campbeltown Pipe Band’s own version of the massive hit song written by Paul McCartney and Denny Laine, as well as “Legion’s Last Patrol,” and “Lara’s Theme (from the film Dr. Zhivago),” which take on a new dimension with bagpipes. It also includes a modern Scottish tunes “Kyle Sku,” “Flower of Scotland,” and an old folk song “Flower of Scotland,” adapted for the pipe band.
After The Fair is Tish Hinojosa’s 15th album and her first new recording in several years. The music is about Tish’s time spent in Hamburg, Germany from 2004-2013. Including her memories of the Reeperbahn, The Dom (Hamburg's traditional fair that appears three times a year, with the world's largest portable Ferris wheel!), Schlaggermove (the celebration of 70’s disco morphed into a bizarre parade), and the Soccer World Cup of 2006