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The Unmistakeable Sound of Independence since 1978 | Call to order: +44 (0)20 8996 3120
• A NEWLY RE-MASTERED 3 CD VARIOUS ARTISTS COMPILATION FEATURING NEARLY 4 HOURS OF MUSIC• TELLING THE STORY OF DANISH UNDERGROUND PSYCHEDELIC & PROGRESSIVE ROCK SCENE BETWEEN 1967 - 1974 COMPILED BY MARK POWELL• FEATURING ALBUM TRACKS BY ACHE, ALRUNE ROD, BURNIN’ RED IVANHOE, BLAST FURNACE, CULPEPER’S ORCHARD, DAY OF PHOENIX, MIDNIGHT SUN, THE OLD MAN & THE SEA, PAN, RAINBOW BAND, THE SAVAGE ROSE, SECRET OYSTER, THOR’S HAMMER, YOUNG FLOWERS etc• WITH AN ILLUSTRATED BOOK WITH A NEW ESSAY
• A 3-CD set, “Looking Through A Glass Onion” assembles these disparate strands into one cohesive package, with the studio day trippers, the cultural pranksters, the genre-benders, the folk club stalwarts and the hair-down-to-his-knees prog-rock brigade all grooving up slowly to the starting line.• The result is the proverbial Magical Mystery Tour, a Fab Four parallel universe, a Looking-Glass world in which ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ can be an Elizabethan garden party madrigal or a churning slice of Fudged-up sludge, where a spaced-out Duffy Power takes the lyrics of ‘Fixing A Hole’ perhaps a little too literally, ‘Penny Lane’ becomes avant-garde easy listening, the likes of Nick Lowe, Alex Harvey and Ritchie Blackmore try out early identities, and the Walrus was Lol.
RE-PRESS: CD ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 2009Moving On is a live album by John Mayall, recorded at the Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles on the 10th of July 1972, with the aid of Wally Heider's Mobile Recording Truck.
Cilla Black was the best-selling, British female recording artist in the U.K. during the 1960s. An accomplished and truly popular song stylist, she continued her legendary association with Beatles’ producer Sir George Martin into the early 1970s. The two classic albums that make up this comprehensive 2-disc set provide documentary evidence of this stellar creative association at the peak of its artistry with all songs on both the expanded edition albums herein produced by Sir George Martin; ‘Cilla Sings A Rainbow’ (1966) and ‘Day By Day With Cilla’ (1973).
Housed in a clamshell box with a 40-page booklet featuring potted histories and priceless period photos of all the featured acts, Crawling Up A Hill is a fascinating document of a genre that, though relatively short-lived, would have a seismic influence on the subsequent development of rock music
Tammy was born Virginia Wynette Pugh on May, 5th 1942 in Tremont, Mississippi and always dreamed of being a country singer. No doubt success also had a place in that dream although great superstardom may not have figured in her imagination.