Powered by the massive hit single "No Diggity," Another Level is arguably the best album created by Teddy Riley, the leader of Blackstreet. It was the first album with new members Eric Williams and Mark Middleton. This fantastic reissue includes a 4 page booklet and the first pressing is on silver vinyl!
Sufferer was one of the classic tunes from the skinhead or boss reggae era of the late sixties. It led to a debut album of the same name by The Kingstonians.
More summer vibes, next up there's Double Seven from 1973. It saw its creator, Lee 'Scratch' Perry exploring synths and starting to develop his Black Ark sound. The enigmatic producer was at the time in the process of building his famous studio. Both first pressings of these re-issues will be numbered & limited available on orange vinyl.
The soundtrack of The Pianist consists of eleven tracks, eight are Chopin compositions played by Polish pianist Janusz Olejniczak, one is an orchestral composition (from the film) written by Polish composer Wojciech Kilar and played by the Warsaw Philharmonic National Orchestra of Poland. The collection ends with a rare, remastered performance by Wladyslaw Szpilman himself. This soundtrack is receiving the vinyl treatment for the first time. A limited amount is now available on red vinyl!
John Williams composed and conducted the score of the 2012 American epic historical drama film Lincoln, directed by Steven Spielberg. The score was recorded by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Chorus. For the first time, this album is released on vinyl. Including a 8 page booklet and a limited edition on union blue vinyl!
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Powered by the massive hit single "No Diggity," Another Level is arguably the best album created by Teddy Riley, the leader of Blackstreet. This was the first album with new members Eric Williams and Mark Middleton. They joined the group after replacing departed members Dave Hollister and Levi Little.
Lee 'Scratch' Perry's 1973 album Double Seven marked the development of his Black Ark sound. With experimental synths and dub influences, it showcased his production skills and featured notable deejay tracks and soul-influenced covers. The album demonstrated Perry's growing expertise in audio differentiation and spatial placement.
The Pianist is a 2002 biographical drama film, directed by Roman Polanski. It is based on the autobiographical book The Pianist, a World War II memoir by the Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman. The film was a co-production between France, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Poland.