British guitar virtuoso Davy Graham inspired a multitude of artists such as Paul Simon, Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix. Combining Jazz, Blues, Folk, Soul, Rock, Indian and Arabic music, Graham proved to be one of the 20th century's most versatile guitarists and songwriters. Music On Vinyl is proud to present the double album Anthology (Lost Tapes 1961 – 2007)! This 28-song compilation differs from the praised compilation CD by the same name: we selected the best tracks and added five exclusive bonus tracks!
The Future is a record of perseverance, reformation and hope in the face of grim prospects. Three of The Future's tracks have been used in the soundtrack of nouveau violence movie Natural Born Killers, what made Leonard Cohen connect with a new, younger audience. The record contains references to actual events regarding social unrest in the U.S at the time.
Home to E.L.O.'s world hit "Mr. Blue Sky", Out Of The Blue is a multi-Platinum selling double album by the iconic pop rock band from Birmingham, England. The album showcases classic E.L.O. songs such as "Turn To Stone", "Sweet Talkin' Woman" and "Wild West Hero". Music On Vinyl celebrates the European rerelease of Out Of The Blue with a limited run of 1.000 on transparent blue vinyl. Demand is high, so be quick before they are gone!
This landmark Nazareth album shows the tougher side of these Scottish hard rockers. After recording eight songs the band decided to christen the album the way it sounds: this record is loud and the band is friggin' proud of it! Heavy on drums and distorted guitars, the band pushes its way through the 48 minutes like a steam train running wild, with the exception of a breezy excursion like "Child In The Sun" and a doomy but incredibly intense version of Bob Dylan's "The Ballad Of Hollis Brown".
Toto are responsible for the best sounding albums in 80s rock. With top of the range studio facilities and musicians at hand, founders David Paich, Bobby Kimball, Steve Lukather and the Porcaro brothers know how to craft a hit song or two. Their fourth album was aptly titled IV and contains world hits "Rosanna" and "Africa". After recording IV, Toto's members returned to the studio in order to help write and record another classic: Michael Jackson's Thriller (MOVLP014).