Paul Rodgers, Clancy Eccles, Modern Talking, Ennio Morricone, Slowdive, and many more.
“I have a lot of analog. I think a lot of people do. There are a lot of people that are re-discovering it. I still have a lot of my old records from back in the day. It's a joy to play things like Junior Wells' 'Hoodoo Man Blues,' and John Mayall & The Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton. There's a warmth that you can still feel.” - Paul Rodgers
Paul Rodgers, known as the vocalist of Free and Bad Company, recorded a wonderful Tribute to Muddy Waters, Muddy Water Blues! Now available on vinyl for the first time. Besides we have the gigantic debut studio album by German duo Modern Talking, featuring the two international hit singles “You're My Heart, You're My Soul” & “You Can Win If You Want”. Freedom, gathered the best of Clancy Eccles self-produced recordings as a singer. Ennio Morricone's music for the Italian comedy movie Viaggio con Anita is essentially pop-based; most cues are variations around a simple theme that goes up and down a scale, often with drum or guitar backing. We also have some incredible coloured re-releases this week, Sam Cooke's Mr. Soul (purple marbled vinyl), Slowdive's Blue Day (white marbled vinyl), the Allman Brothers Band's Seven Turns (crystal clear vinyl), and the soundtrack West Side Story (solid yellow vinyl).
The development of the rock steady sound, late in 1966, enabled a new generation of young, dynamic music makers to make a mark upon Jamaica's recording industry and of these, few proved more successful or influential than Clancy Eccles. In 1969 year he scored his biggest hit, the rambunctious 'Fattie Fattie', which sold in huge amounts both at home and the UK.
Sam Cooke, inventor and true King of Soul, recorded Mr. Soul in the same year as Night Beat, and seems to be its more adult counterpart, with soulful ballads taking up most of the album.
West Side Story is the soundtrack to the 1961 film by the same name. All music is composed by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics written by Stephen Sondheim. When released, the soundtrack spent 54 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's album charts, giving it the longest run at No. 1 of any album in history. This At The Movies edition contains 4 previously unreleased tracks.
The 1st Album is the gigantic debut studio album by German duo Modern Talking, featuring the two international hit singles “You're My Heart, You're My Soul” & “You Can Win If You Want”.
Viaggio con Anita (Lovers and Liars) is a 1979 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Monicelli and starring Goldie Hawn and Giancarlo Giannini.
Seven Turns is the ninth studio album by the Allman Brothers Band, released in 1990. Their first studio album since Brothers of the Road in 1981, it was well-received.This is the Allman Brothers Band's comeback album, and their best Blues-based outing since Idlewild South that restored a lot of their reputation.
Blue Day is a compilation album by English shoegaze band Slowdive. It was originally released in 1992 and compiles the first three Slowdive EPs: Slowdive (missing the track "Avalyn II"), Morningrise (in its entirety), and Holding Our Breath (missing the Syd Barrett cover "Golden Hair" as well as "Catch the Breeze", which appeared on their first full-length Just for a Day [MOVLP354]).
Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters is the second solo album by Paul Rodgers, best known as the vocalist of Free and Bad Company. This album features collaborations with many other artists, including Brian May, Buddy Guy, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck, Gary Moore, Richie Sambora, Slash, and Steve Miller. He took these classic blues tunes and arranged them a little more toward rock.