Four albums brought together for this double CD release present Hank Snow at his traditional best, covering titles from the Jimmie Rodgers songbook and tales of railroads and trains, both subjects dear to the singer’s heart.
Kulick formed the hard rock group Skull, releasing their sole LP, “No Bones About It”, in 1991. Now we have
a deluxe 2CD reissue from Bob Kulick's cult rockers. This 35 track, 2 disc set also features an alternative, earlier recording of the full album, and is completed by 15 previously unreleased, early demos from the band’s recorded history.
In 1991, Kulick formed the hard rock group, Skull, releasing the sole LP, “No Bones About It”. This 37 track, 2CD set represents a "what could have been" second Skull album. It includes 14 previously unreleased original studio tracks making up an entire "lost" album’s worth of Skull material
“Riding Free” receives a first time reissue since original release on Chapter One in 1973, with 13 bonus tracks. Roger James’ sole LP, produced by Mark Wirtz, is a beguiling mix of 70’s soft country-rock combined with the Wirtz flair for the epic.
First ever CD issue of one of Trojan Records’ best-selling albums. Features three major UK hits: ‘You Can Get It If You Really Want’, ‘Pickney Gal’ and ‘Sing A Little Song’. Desmond Dekker tribute act regularly performing live at significant venues around the UK through-out the year.
Led by the dynamic Frederick ‘Toots’ Hibbert, the Maytals were at the vanguard of the reggae explosion of late 1969/early 1970, with their anthemic ‘Monkey Man’ among Trojan Records’ earliest UK chart successes.
Britny Fox an American glam metal band established themselves early on as hard-hitting contenders. Their self titled debut album was released to great acclaim and one of the most successful premieres of 1988, winning them Metal Edge Magazines 1988 Reader’s Choice Award. Their second album “Boys In Heat” in 1989 fires on all cylinders and rarely misses a beat.
Expanded version of one of the most popular reggae albums of all time. The seminal boss reggae instrumental collection is
now further enhanced with a dozen bonus tracks from Harry Johnson’s eponymously named All Stars band.
Expanded version of one of the Trojan’s most popular long players, Includes recordings new to CD. Featured on this expanded version of the best-selling Trojan LP from 1971, are the UK Number One title track, the duo’s Top 10 follow-up, ‘Monkey Spanner’, and an array of sought after vocal and instrumental sides for the sessions with leading producer, Winston Riley.