Earth, Wind & Fire, Hugar, Vaya Con Dios, America and more.
“I have learned that music helps a lot of people survive, and they want songs that can give them something - I guess you could call it hope.” - Maurice White (Earth, Wind & Fire)
It's time for some funky beats by giants Earth, Wind & Fire and Kool & The Gang. If you like to dream away while relaxing on your couch let's grab Hugar's wonderful self-titled debut album. Thank You All! is The Grande Finale by Belgian superstars Vaya Con Dios. More attracted to great music from the good old days? pick your copy from releases by Willy/Mink Deville and America. And, of course, we won't forget our At The Movies lovers, so fly away with the rocket edition of Sucker Punch.
Collected is a compilation of Willy DeVille's tenure as the charismatic frontman of Mink DeVille, and of his later solo work. Featuring "Spanish Stroll", "Demasiado Corazon" & "Hey Joe", this 2LP set includes a 4-page booklet with extensive liner notes written by ex-band members and DeVille's inner circle.
In a career spanning over 50 years, the American band Kool & the Gang recorded an impressive list of hit songs and hidden gems, now bundled on our exclusive Collected record. Kool & the Gang Collected covers the music from their funk, soul, rock, jazz, and disco period.
Earth, Wind & Fire's sixth studio album That's the Way of the World rose to No. 1 on both the Billboard 200 and Top Soul Albums charts. It was also the soundtrack for a 1975 motion picture of the same name. They won a Rock Music Award for the album in the category of Best Rhythm and Blues Album.
Music becomes the backbone of the film Sucker Punch. It was considered one of the best soundtracks of 2011, reaching number twenty-two on the Billboard 200, and number 1 in the Top Soundtracks chart.
Thank You All! is the final release by the Belgian band Vaya Con Dios. This live album combines the best of all the material they recorded during their career, which started back in 1986. It was recorded during their final show on 25 October 2014.
Originally available as a free download on Hugar's official site, a social media buzz organically built around the album with requests for the musicians to perform around the world. At the same time, “Inngangur” clocked over 31 million streams on Spotify and “Felt” crossed the 15-million-mark with Hugar averaging 500K-plus monthly listeners on the platform.