The Beatles' Second Album (their second released by Capitol in America) originally appeared on April 10, 1964, and spent five weeks at No. 1 on the U.S. album charts. It edged out Meet the ...(Read More)
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With its intricately layered soundscapes, the phenomenal Sgt. Pepper was a suite-like album that defined an era. Released on June 2, 1967 in the U.S. (and certified gold two weeks later), it ... (Read More)
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A potent summary of this highly influential rocker's Chess years, this 11-track collection includes "Maybellene," "Roll Over Beethoven," "Brown Eyed Handsome Man," "School Day," "Rock & Roll Music," ... (Read More)
Glenn Frey, guitar, bass & vocals. Bill Bergman, saxophone. John Berry, trumpet. Kenny Aronoff, drums, & others.
Label: MCA. Format: CD.
UPC: 008811235925. Daedalus Item Code: 69116
After bestselling Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famers the Eagles disbanded in 1980, the late Glenn Frey quickly found his footing as a successful solo artist, leaving behind his country-rock origins to pen ... (Read More)
In a career lasting more than half a century, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famers the Isley Brothers purveyed a unique mixture of rock, soul, and funk that earned them four Top Ten Billboard hits and a ... (Read More)
The early career of jazz-rock pioneers Blood, Sweat & Tears is documented on this re-release of their 1972 retrospective, augmented by the bonus tracks "So Long Dixie" and "More and More." Led by ... (Read More)
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Bob Dylan, guitar & vocals. Mike Bloomfield, guitar. Levon Helm, drums, & others.
Label: Legacy. Format: 2 CDs.
UPC: 888751244221. Daedalus Item Code: 59898
In the mid-1960s, Bob Dylan came into his own as a performer, and these demos show him experimenting with and refining some of his best-known songs. Taken from the sessions that produced Bringing ...(Read More)
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The year 1966 found this progressive folk-rock quartet mining traditional songs ("Wild Mountain Thyme," “"John Riley," "Hey Joe") and dabbling in country rock that would flower in the Sweetheart ...(Read More)
Even in his early days on the folk scene, Bob Dylan was greeted with widespread admiration from his fellow musicians, and few bands have paid a more effective homage to him than the Byrds. The band's ... (Read More)