The Deluxe Edition release of I Robot (Legacy Edition) contains a newly remastered version of the original album. The second record features 14 bonus tracks from the Sony Music archives, 9 of which are previously unreleased.
The accompanying 8-page booklet includes a new liner notes essay by Alan Parsons, plus the lyrics as published in the original LP, rare archival photography, and other memorabilia.
Celebrating a forty year recording career and over 15 million album sales, NádÃºr finds Clannad back in their signature Irish mystical Folk sound. Clannad is back on the scene and have NádÃºr as their weapon of choice when conquering the hearts of millions of new fans.
Seven-time Grammy Award winner Gloria Estefan returns with her new album The Standards, where her sultry voice perfectly embraces some of the most recognizable and beloved songs of all time.
The Standards reaches out to Gloria's international fan base with songs sung in English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese, some with new lyrics written by Estefan herself.
The Real Thing (1989) turned out to be Faith No More's most aptly named record as it presents the band's most revered line-up. Mike Patton was added at the last moment to complement a set of strong, funky songs, joining Roddy Bottum on keys, Jim Martin on guitars, bassist Bill Gould and Mike Bordin on drums.
Recorded in 1974 at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York between Christmas and New Year's Eve, the follow-up to Changes One [MOVLP701] contains definitive versions of the Mingus classic "Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue", trumpetist Jack Walrath's "Black Bats and Poles," and Sy Johnson's "For Harry Carney."
British Folk singer Donovan found his creative peak on Barabajagal (1969), allowing him to open up the American Pop market to his unique brand of music.
The album contains standout tracks like "Atlantis", "Superlungs My Supergirl" and the title track, the latter two being performed with The Jeff Beck Group as backing band. Furthermore, Donovan collaborated with Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and guitarist Big Jim Sullivan on several songs.
After leaving The Byrds, front man Roger McGuinn released a self-titled solo album to great critical acclaim in 1973. Going back to basics, McGuinn does what he does best: his unique recipe of energetic Folk Rock combined with his strong voice delivers a compelling album.
His newfound artistic freedom didn't stop him from inviting friends like Bob Dylan on "I'm So Restless", frequent Dylan collaborator Jacques Levy as co-songwriter and his old The Byrds band mates on "My New Woman" to appear on his album. Even Bruce Johnston of The Beach Boys joins in on "Draggin'" and David Crosby can also be heard on this album.
3+3 (1973) was a major turning point for the Isley Brothers. Original members Ronald, O'Kelly and Rudolph Isley added cousin Chris Jasper on keys and younger brothers Ernie on guitar and Marvin on bass.
Album opener "That Lady" became a hit overnight, their interpretation of The Doobie Brothers' "Listen To The Music" is the pinnacle of contagious and "Summer Breeze" by Seals & Crofts became a true soul staple ever since the Isleys laid it on wax.