This week is dedicated to honourDutch rock 'n roll starHerman Brood.
Last week would have been his 70thbirthday but tragically he committed suicide in 2001.
The posthumous release of the compilation albumMy Waypays tribute toHerman Brood, containing the internationally known hits such as 'Saturday Night', 'My Way', 'Street' and many more.
A limited edition of this album will be available on vinyl in a solid gold & purple mix.
The Collected series continue with aLevel 42double album. It's a great introduction to the timeless music of this band for both collectors and vinyl newcomers.
Fans ofDream Theaterand limited coloured editions will get their treat with the release ofSix Degrees Of Inner Turbulenceon orange vinyl.
And there's more, so scroll down and read about this week's releases below.
Enjoy your weekend,
The MOV crew
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Gloria is the debut album by the garage rock band The Shadows of Knight, originally released in 1966. The Shadows of Knight are primarily known for their hit version of "Gloria", originally written by Van Morrison's Northern Irish band Them. At the same time, the band today is regarded as one of the original punk bands.
Black Beauty, Miles Davis At Fillmore West, was recorded on April 10, 1970 at Fillmore West, San Francisco, when Davis performed as the opening act for the Grateful Dead. The album was released in 1973, originally in Japan only.
The original Japanese booklet is included in this vinyl package.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Carla Thomas is an American singer, who is often referred to as the Queen of Memphis Soul.The debut album Gee Whiz went to the top of the national popularity charts and brought Carla many bids for TV, radio and personal appearances, including the Dick Clark "American Bandstand" show.
Next to "Ghee Whiz, Look At His Eyes", this LP also includes "A Love Of My Own", "It Ain't Me" and "For You".
My Way: The Hits is a posthumous compilation album with music by Dutch rock and roll and blues artist Herman Brood, released shortly after his suicide on 11 July 2001.
This compilation is available on vinyl for the first time and includes all his biggest hits; "Saturday Night", "Never Be Clever", "Als Je Wint", "Sleepin' Bird" and many more.
The Collected double vinyl album contains a selection of the songs from Level 42's earlier years of "Starchild" up until "Tracie" and "Take A Look". These tracks, specially remastered for vinyl, are exciting, standing the test of time, delivered by a timeless band.