The new Willie Nelson album To All The Girls... is a collection of newly recorded duets between American musical legend Willie Nelson and a dream list of contemporary Pop-Country women singers, recorded mainly in Nashville.
Collaborating stars include Sheryl Crow, Miranda Lambert, Norah Jones, Alison Krauss and many more girls!
Made Up Mind is the highly anticipated follow-up to Tedeschi Trucks Band's scorching live collection, Everybody's Talkin' [MOVLP571].
TTB is known for their extraordinary family of musicians, and Made Up Mind continues that tradition as most tracks were penned by husband-and-wife Tedeschi and Trucks along with various friends and co-writers. The album was co-produced by Trucks and Jim Scott (Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Wilco).
The first official live album of Dream Theater, Once In A Livetime, was released to great critical acclaim in 1998 after recording an intense live show in Paris earlier that year. Highlights include their instrumental tour de force "Ytse Jam" as well as the fan favorites "Pull Me Under", "Lie", "Metropolis" and certain portions of their lengthy "A Change of Seasons" composition.
Combined, this recording takes 2,5 hours to experience from front to back, and so this release deserves all 4 LP's the grooves are pressed on.
Introduce Yourself contains 10 highly addictive songs, with the signature slightly out-of-tune singing of Mosley to boot. This consistent and interesting album is a must have for every Faith No More fan.
This beautiful Shuggie Otis album went largely overlooked at the time of its release in 1974. Which is a shame, because it's one of those albums that you hear new things in every time it's on the platter.
Shuggie played every instrument himself here, giving us a look into his psyche: soothing, subtile, harmonious and elegantly funky.
Last copies available of Introducing [MOVLP746]
After gaining huge success with the debut Boston [MOVLP006], Boston's main songwriter Tom Scholz worked on the sophomore album for two years and this resulted in yet another perfectly produced piece of musical art.
Since its release in 1978, Don't Look Back eventually reached 7 times Platinum.
This album rocks and funks at the same time – available on 180 gram audiophile vinyl for the first time!