Peebles' raw, Southern Soul touched a nerve by opposing the sugar sweet female mold that many other Soul icons had been forced into. This 3LP set is an essential collection and features hits such as 'I Can't Stand The Rain' and 'I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down'.
Al Green was one of the first artists who bridged the gap between Southern & Philly Soul. Hi Records collected the singles and Music On Vinyl now released it on a Triple album.
'Vs.' features a rawer and more aggressive sound compared with the band's previous release.
On the album one can find classics like the upbeat 'Rearviewmirror' and 'Dissident' as well as soaring ballads like 'Daughter' and 'Indifference'.
"Cripple Crow" calls forth the memory of Tim Buckley, Marc Bolan, Bob Dylan and Donovan all in one.
These 23 songs will have you riding the pacifist wave of a translucent and slightly psychedelic fellowship of musicians from start to finish.
The 1992 album 'Let Me Come Over' of Boston based Buffalo Tom was truly the great leap forward for the band, sounding richer, more imaginative, and more emotionally powerful than anything they'd recorded before.
Teenage Fanclub managed to unite the guitar sludge with the infectious melodies of both the budding Grunge and Britpop movements. It's no surprise that the forerunners of both genres – Kurt Cobain and Noel Gallagher – named Teenage Fanclub the best band in the world.
Mercury Rev's neo-psychedelic dreampop hit the underground in the early nineties.
With members of The Flaming Lips and influenced by Sonic Youth and The Velvet Underground, this album is a must-have for all who want to explore the origins of one of the most innovative bands in the indie-genre.
'Everyone into Position' is the second studio album from the Manchester-based Oceansize.
This album alternates powerful moments, intense bouts of noise and vocal wails, with a quiet, serene ambience.
MOTHER FOCUS (1LP) - MOVLP320
´Mother Focus´ is their 1975 studio album which marks a departure from the progressive rock style that dominated the band's prior work, to a more poppier influenced direction. It is Focus´ last studio album that features the notorious Jan Akkerman on guitar.