Including Europe, Art Blakey, Song Education & Valensia amongst others.
This week we've got much great news to share with you, including this new look and many new titles now in stores:
Including Chippin' In by The Jazz Messengers, which was known as an incubator for young talent and was founded by Art Blakey and Horace Silver. Then we have Europe's fourth studio album Out Of This World, which features their hit “Superstitious”. On to another major worldwide hit, Valensia's “Gaia” , which is featured on his self-titled debut album. Many classics are collected on the compilation album Song Education 3, which brings together the pivotal songs from your favorite and trending series. Also now in stores are the soundtracks to the popular series Outlander. Bear McCreary's score to the first five seasons are now in stores on smoke coloured vinyl.
Available on black vinyl are Louis XIV The Best Little Secrets Are Kept, The Upsetters Build The Ark, and Doe Maar Skunk.
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Met Doe Maar's tweede studioalbum Skunk brak de band door bij het Nederlandse publiek. "Sinds 1 dag of 2 (32 jaar)"werd hun eerste Top 40 hit, waarna "Smoorverliefd" het schopte tot de tipparade.
Season 4 of Outlander follows Claire and Jamie as they try to make a home for themselves in colonial America. The settings of the series were challenging for McCreary, since each culture and geographical location offers other potential musical influences for the score. The finished soundtrack supports all these different locations and even includes the banjo. As it was one of the most exhilarating creative challenges of his career, you'll hear the integration of both bagpipes, fierce Afro-Cuban polyrhythms and French baroque ornaments.
This soundtrack includes original music from Outlander season 3, the critically acclaimed series by Emmy Award-winning composer Bear McCrear. The third season allowed him to further develop familiar themes, and introduce new melodies, instrumentation, and nuance to the score.
Louis XIV is an American rock band formed in Paris, France and based in San Diego, United States. The band released four EPs and three albums before their breakup in 2008, although the band has since reunited. The Best Little Secrets Are Kept is their second album and both their critically and commercially most successful album to date.
Lee 'Scratch' Perry was a pioneer of dub music and worked together with artists such as Bob Marley and the Wailers, The Clash and The Beastie Boys. At the age of 84, he passed away this year, but will be remembered as a true icon.
This legendary album of Lee Perry's The Upsetters brings together the very best of Jamaican reggae music. Some very rare tracks and artists are collected in this record, such as Junior Murvin's 'Cross Over', Windston Heywood's 'Long, Long Time' and Eric Donaldson's 'Freedom Street'.
Aldous Valensia Clarkson, better known as Valensia, is a Dutch composer, producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. In 1993 he released his debut album Valensia, influenced by Kate Bush and Queen. It contained four singles; “The Sun”, “Nathalie”, “Tere” and “Gaia”.
Art Blakey is one of the greatest jazz drummers and first made name for himself in the 1940s when working with bebop musicians Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and Fletcher Henderson. In the mid-1950s, he then formed The Jazz Messengers together with Horace Silver, which quickly became known as an incubator for young talent.
Song Education brings together some of the pivotal songs from these series, showcasing great music from the Sixties until the Nineties resurrecting through trending series like La Casa De Papel, American Horror Story, Sex Education and Breaking Bad. And what's a better way to rediscover old gems than by listening to them on a classic vinyl record.
The soundtrack to Outlander Season 5 features vocal performances by Raya Yarbrough, Richard Rankin, Sophie Skelton and Griogair Labhruidh. It contains music from the entire season.
This is the Soundtrack to the British-American television drama series created by Ronald D. Moore, based on the Outlander series of novels by Diana Gabaldon. The music is composed by Emmy Award winner Bear McCreary (The Walking Dead, Da Vinci's Demons) with performances by Raya Yarbrough. The album features music from the first part of the series.
Outlander: Season 1 Vol. 1 compiled some of the favorite cues from the first eight episodes of Outlander. The new record, Vol. 2, includes music from throughout the entire season, weighted heavily towards the last eight episodes. Included are a reworked, full version of the show's theme (“The Skye Boat Song”) and a recording of “An Fhìdeag Airgid” by Scots Gaelic singer Gillebrìde MacMillan, in addition to the lively bagpipe dance-turned-strings adventure “Charge of the Highland Cattle,” and more atmospheric instrumental folk and orchestral music.
Out of This World is the fourth studio album by the Swedish rock band Europe, originally released in 1988. Four singles were released from the album: "Superstitious", "Open Your Heart", "Let the Good Times Rock" and "More Than Meets the Eye".
This soundtrack includes original music from Outlander season 2, the critically acclaimed series by Emmy award-winning composer Bear McCreary and vocal performances by Raya Yarbrough (“The Skye Boat Song”) and Griogair Labhruidh (“Je Suis Prest”, “Moch Sa Mhadainn”).