John Denver's life and music is celebrated with The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver. The album features magical covers of Denver's most popular songs by a diverse group of established international artists like Dave Matthews, My Morning Jacket, Brandi Carlile and Emmylou Harris, Train, Amos Lee, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Lucinda Williams, Josh Ritter and more.
After touring relentlessly following the Only By The Night album, the Followill brothers released Come Around Sundown in 2010, building on their immensely successful formula. This album sounds immense, with big riffs, bellowing vocal excursions, thundering drums – imagine rocking out to this stuff with 50,000 KOL fans in a booming stadium. Finally, the total catalogue of Kings Of Leon on MOV is complete!
Kings Of Leon are touring Europe, for dates check out www.kingsofleon.com
Prong's distinctive industrial Metal sound influenced subsequent bands such as Korn and Nine Inch Nails. They built on their signature sound with their 4th full length album Cleansing (1994). Aptly titled, the album indeed cleansed their sound, resulting in 12 stripped down, highly effective musical precision bombs.
As per the original release, the first pressing is limited to 500 copies on red vinyl and individually numbered.
Prong is touring Europe, for dates check out www.prongmusic.com
John takes centre stage delivering the hard edged Blues he's known for, whilst giving his fellow musicians enough space to jam along. Stellar performances by Charlie Musselwhite on blues harp and Miller & Elvin Bishop on guitar top off the album.
The first album in his 'sex-funk' era, Greetings From L.A. (1972) was a step into another direction for Buckley. Ordinarily known for his signature Folk sound, on Greetings From L.A. he focused on Soul, Jazz and Funk for the first time in his career.
Just like the original, the front sleeve contains a unique punch-out postcard of a wonderful Los Angeles vista.