The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Candy Dulfer, The Animated Egg, Edgar Winter, and many more.
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives' fourth album Origin Vol 1. is another great homage to the music of The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Who. More psychedelic sounds this week from the studio-only group The Animated Egg. The Edgar Winter Group hit the stage with their fine blues rock, while Prong set the world on fire with their thrash metal sound. For some more relaxation sounds, we got the lovely Essential collection by sax player Candy Dulfer. Hip Hop lovers get their shot with the classic self-titled Whodini album, and for our Dutch fans we have the fourth studio album by the great duo Acda En De Munnik. So don't wait too long and go to your local record store to pick up your favorite records.
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives' fourth album Origin Vol 1. is another great homage to the music of The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Doors, The Who, and more '60s and '70s rock and psychedelia musicians.
Het Nederlands duo bestaande uit Thomas Acda en Paul de Munnik heeft met hun popliedjes een grote schare fans opgebouwd. Als één van de succesvolste duo's van Nederlandse bodem brengen ze een diversiteit aan teksten die ingaan op het strand, de jeugd en het leven.
They Only Come Out At Night is the first Winter album released under the Edgar Winter Group. The album was a huge commercial success, reaching number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, and featuring two big hit singles, "Frankenstein" (#1 in the US) and "Free Ride" (#14 in the US). Edgar played most of all the albums instruments, including keyboards and wind instruments.
The Essential contains an overview of all the fantastic songs Candy Dulfer recorded both solo as in collaboration with other musicians. This 17 tracks double LP includes famous songs like "Sax-a-Go-Go", "Lily Was Here", and "Saxuality".
Hip hop group Whodini released their self-titled debut album in 1983. It's one of those hip hop classics which is a must-listen for every fan of this genre. The "Magic's Wand" peaked at number 11 on the Dance Club Songs and "The Haunted House of Rock" at number 27 in the same chart.
The Animated Egg was a studio-only group that released a self-titled album of psychedelic instrumentals in 1967. Session guitarist Jerry Cole was the man behind the band, known for his fuzzy guitar play and his well-written songs.