Donovan, Hooverphonic, Muddy Waters and Douwe Bob.
It's already November and every week it feels like it's getting dark sooner. Luckily, we've got three fantastic new titles to brighten up your day:
Donovan's Fairytale is available as a limited edition of 1500 copies on white coloured vinyl; the fourth and final remix EP, Jackie Cane Remixes by Hooverphonic is available as a limited edition of 2000 copies on red coloured vinyl; and Douwe Bob's Born To Win, Born To Lose is available on black vinyl.
Finally, blues legend Muddy Waters released his fourteenth and final release in 1981. The album King Bee contains his classics “I'm A King Bee” and “Champagne & Reefer” and is available as a 40th Anniversary Limited Edition of 1500 copies on solid blue coloured vinyl. A few facts about this blues legend:
Below you will find more detailed information on the aforementioned releases.
Hooverphonic Presents Jackie Cane is the fourth studio album by Hooverphonic, originally released in 2002. It is a concept album, telling the story of fictional singer Jackie Cane. The album went platinum in Belgium and won the group ZAMU's Best Pop/Rock Band and Best Album awards in 2002. Jackie Cane Remixes features remixes by Marc Moulin, Buscemi, Sven van Hees, the original B-side track “The Contract” and more.
Voor zijn vijfde studio-album Born To Win, Born To Lose is Douwe Bob met zijn kersverse nieuwe band de studio in gedoken. Het album heeft een lichte “Born To Win” en een donkere “Born To Lose” kant en met de liedjes slaat Douwe als het ware zijn 'arm om de schouder' van de luisteraar.
The Scottish singer Donovan embraced the folk-music boom during the sixties that swept both England and America and reached international fame by the age of eighteen. Fairytale features his hits “Colours”, “Universal Soldier” and “Jersey Thursday”.
King Bee is the fourteenth and final release by blues legend Muddy Waters, originally released in 1981 and produced by Johnny Winter. Due to Waters' failing health, the LP was recorded in only three days in May of 1980. The LP includes Muddy Waters classics, such as “I'm A King Bee”, “Champagne & Reefer” and “Sad Sad Day”.