The Pentangle was the 1968 debut album of the band Pentangle: Terry Cox, Bert Jansch, Jacqui McShee, John Renbourn and Danny Thompson. It brought together their separate influences of folk, jazz, blues, early music and contemporary song-writing. One of the band's most commercially successful albums, it reached number 21 in the British charts.
Op dit unieke verzamel-LP Adem -Het Beste Van Acda & de Munnik staande kenmerkende hits "Het Regent Zonnestralen", 'Ren Lenny Ren", "Verkeerd Verbonden" en "De Kapitein Deel II" (CD van mij, CD van jou).Het artwork voor deze compilatie is uniek en geheel in samenwerking gemaakt. De foto's op de voorkant van het album en aan de binnenkant van de klaphoes zijn geschoten in Frankrijk, tijdens het schrijven van de nummers voor het album waar het succes allemaal mee begon.
The score of The Light Between Oceans is composed by Grammy, Golden Globe, BAFTA and Academy Award Winner Alexandre Desplat (Grand Budapest Hotel, The King's Speech, The Danish Girl, Argo, Venus In Fur, Harry Potter).
Shelter is a Hardcore punk band formed by Ray Cappo. After releasing previous works through independent labels, the band signed a deal with the legendary heavy metal and hard rock label Roadrunner Records. Originally released in 1995, the critically acclaimed album Mantra was the first release by the band on the label.
The fifth installment of the Bourne film series and the direct sequel to 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum.The soundtrack to Jason Bourne is composed by multiple Award winner John Powell (The Italian Job, Shrek, Gigli, How To Train Your Dragon) and David Buckley (Parker, Grimsby, From Paris With love).
The fourth studio album by the popular band Kensington is called Control and contains their brand new hit "Do I Ever".
The first pressing is strictly limited, individually numbered and pressed on coloured (crystal clear with a tip of black) vinyl. The regular black edition of the album will be directly available when the coloured edition is sold out.
Band of Brothers is a 2001 American war drama miniseries based on historian Stephen E. Ambrose's 1993 non-fiction book of the same name. The music for the series was written and composed by Michael Kamen.