Still reeling from the 1971 passing of slide guitarist Duane Allman and the death of bassist Berry Oakley during the recording sessions for this disc, the Allman Brothers Band rallied to produce this ... (Read More)
By 1966, the Beatles had given up on touring, making every concert document we now have all the more special. A companion to Ron Howard's 2016 documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week—The ...(Read More)
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Particularly successful in the U.S. throughout the Swinging Sixties, Dusty Springfield became an icon in her native Great Britain on account of her forceful yet supple vocal delivery, blue-eyed soul ... (Read More)
With his robust, percussive acoustic guitar sound and his husky, impassioned vocals, Richie Havens (1941–2013) was the archetypal firebrand folksinger. "I'm not in show business," he once said, "I'm ... (Read More)
One of the most influential bands of the 1960s, the Kinks skillfully incorporated everything from R&B to chamber pop into their energetic signature sound. This 17-track retrospective features the ... (Read More)
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Bob Dylan, guitar, piano, harmonica & vocals. Steve Douglas, saxophone. Jim Keltner, drums, & others.
Label: Legacy. Format: 5 CDs, boxed.
UPC: 888430241725. Daedalus Item Code: 67581
The 1980s were a transitional time for Bob Dylan, and the five discs in this set contain some of the Nobel Laureate's most eclectic works. Dylan's final gospel-themed album, Shot of Love ... (Read More)
Bob Dylan, guitar & vocals. Robbie Robertson, guitar. Rick Danko, bass. Richard Manuel, piano. Garth Hudson, organ. Mickey Jones, drums.
Label: Legacy. Format: 2 CDs.
UPC: 889853743421. Daedalus Item Code: 69688
For decades, a bootleg of Bob Dylan's 1966 show at Manchester's Free Trade Hall was erroneously listed as being recorded at the Royal Albert Hall; now the actual 15-song concert from that fabled ... (Read More)
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If the Byrds were somewhat in the shadow of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the 1960s, in hindsight they are considered one of the most substantial and influential bands of the decade. Included ... (Read More)
Born Ellen Naomi Cohen in Baltimore, Cass Elliot achieved stardom as part of the folk supergroup the Mamas and the Papas, but upon the volatile band's dissolution in 1968, quickly established herself ... (Read More)