Robinsongs and Cherry Red are honoured to be representing the Legendary Johnny Guitar Watson’s DJM catalogue and we continue our re issues campaign with the albums “Johnny Guitar Watson And The Family Clone” and “Bow Wow” on a 2 on 1 CD package.
First issued in the ‘90s and promptly deleted, this set features tracks from such great albums as Fairport Convention’s Liege & Lief and What We Did On Our Holidays, Nick Drake’s Pink Moon, John Martyn’s The Tumbler, The Incredible String Band’s Earthspan....
Produced by Bob Kulick, Jimmy Waldo and David Glen Eisley, and engineered by Pat Regan, the self-titled "Murderer's Row" CD now includes a second disc of unreleased bonus tracks of rough mixes of the entire album.
Here we have the four albums that Tanya Tucker recorded for Columbia Records available for the first time in one package: “Delta Dawn” (1972), “What’s Your Mama’s Name” (1973), “Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)” (1974) and “You Are So Beautiful” (1977).
Festival '69 is an historic concert performance, previously unreleased, providing unique insight into Gibbs' artistry prior to his recording career proper (debut album released in 1970). Assembling a big band boasting the cream of contemporary British Jazz, Gibbs connected for this one concert with pioneering vibraphonist Gary Burton and his Quartet.