A brand new Jett Rebel album, a classic OST featuring David Bowie and Pat Metheny, classical interpretations by the Piano Guys and blues galore... We've got some special albums lined up for you this week
Livin' Blues,together with Cuby & The Blizzards they were the absolute top of the 70's Dutch blues scene.Rocking At The Tweed Millwas produced by Mike Vernon (a.o. Bluesbreakers, David Bowie and Peter Green). The first 500 copies of this classic Dutch Vinyl Master are pressed on gold vinyl.
Professor Longhair, a New Orleans blues singer and pianist. His best work is selected for this compilation albumNew Orleans Piano.
Mountain'sTwin Peaks; their second live album, and it includes the long version of "Nantucket Sleigh Ride".
Next up isFuture Legends, the debut album by Northern Irish progressive rock bandFruupp,followed byMel Tormé's crossover record,Comin' Home Baby!which includes some cool jazz versions of the standards "Walkin'," "Moanin'," and "On Green Dolphin Street."
Jett Rebelis a renowned singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist and recording artist.Super Popis his third album release in just over a year. The first 750 copies of this one will be on Super pink vinyl.
The Piano Guyslatest album;Unchartedincludes the classical versions of "Hello" (Adéle), "The Jungle Book", "Indiana Jones And The Arabian Night" a.o.
The Falcon and the SnowmanSoundtrack features the number 1 hit "This Is Not America" by David Bowie/Pat Metheny Group. The first pressing of 1000 numbered copies are pressed on white vinyl. Nuff said...
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Henry Roeland "Roy" Byrd, better known as Professor Longhair, was a New Orleans blues singer and pianist. All of the best of Longhair's work on the Atlantic Records label have been collected on this compilation album New Orleans Piano.
Mountain is a band of American hard rockers from New York who broke up in 1972 and reunited a year later, remaining active today. Twin Peaks was their second live album and was recorded in Osaka, Japan in 1973. It featured the long version (32+ minutes!) of "Nantucket Sleigh Ride" which is spread over two sides.
Mel Tormé, nicknamed The Velvet Fog, was an American musician best known as a singer of jazz standards. Paced by his only hit of the rock era, Comin' Home Baby! is a real crossover record balancing a few groovy dance numbers (like the title track) with early-60s cool jazz versions of the standards "Walkin'," "Moanin'," and "On Green Dolphin Street."
Fruupp is a progressive Rock band, which originated in Northern Ireland but developed a fan base in Great Britain. They released four albums whereas Future Legends is their debut.
The artwork on their album cover was created by bassist/singer Peter Farrelly.
Livin' Blues was a Dutch blues rock group formed in The Hague in 1967 by guitarist and front man Ted Oberg. During the early 70s they were considered, together with Cuby & The Blizzards, as the absolute top of the Dutch blues scene. The Rocking At The Tweed Mill album was recorded in the United Kingdom and produced by Mike Vernon, who was working with British blues artists and groups like the Bluesbreakers, David Bowie and Peter Green amongst others.
Jett Rebel is a Dutch singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist and recording artist. He is the recipient of various 3FM awards, including the 3FM Serious Talent Award 2014. In 2014 he wrote the track "On Top Of The World" for the film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
The Piano Guys have become a YouTube sensation with their clever and inspiring takes on popular music and creative videos that accompany them. The latest album by the trio Uncharted includes the classical versions of "Hello (Adéle)", "The Jungle Book", "Indiana Jones And The Arabian Night" as well as the never heard before tracks "Pirates Of The Caribbean", "Holding On" and "Okay".
The music of The Falcon and the Snowman is composed and performed by the Pat Metheny Group with occasional orchestrations for strings. The exceptions are a male chorus featuring a young alto which bookends the album and "This Is Not America", a collaboration with David Bowie.