“Double Time” includes the previously released “Winterfold Collection”, which is a compilation of Bill Bruford’s solo and collaborative rock albums and includes appearances by Allan Holdsworth, Patrick Moraz, Dave Stewart and Jeff Berlin.
Featuring 84 tracks, A Slight Disturbance In My Mind: The British Proto-Psychedelic Sounds Of 1966 examines the “experimental pop” element of the British music scene during that epochal twelve-month period with a dizzying, dazzling mix of nascent psychedelia, introspective pop and what’s been retrospectively labelled freakbeat.
"Silver Dreams: The Complete Albums 1975-1980" is a fitting and thorough testament to a band that truly deserved to crossover into mainstream success. As a bonus, this collection's 6th disc kicks off with the live, promo only "Live At The Tower Theatre, Philadelphia" from a 1977 concert whilst promoting their debut record. To complete the picture we go back to their very first recordings, with the aforementioned “The Official Unofficial BABYS Album”.
Released with the artist’s blessing, THE RCA YEARS does exactly what it says on the box, boasting CD miniatures of the singer’s first four albums, recorded for RCA Records between 1976 and 1981. Each CD is housed in a replica of the original LP sleeve and each boasts various bonus tracks, collectively offering Bonnie’s entire RCA output in one place for the first time.