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The hugely well-respected and historically important Kinks seventh studio album Arthur Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire was released on 10th October 1969, and celebrates its 50th anniversary on 2019. 'Rock musical' in style and one of the most effective concept albums in rock history, the album was constructed by Kinks' frontman Ray Davies as the soundtrack to a subsequently cancelled Granada Television play. The album receiving almost unanimous acclaim upon its release. Rolling Stone 1969 - "Arthur is a masterpiece on every level, Ray Davies' finest hour. The Kinks' supreme achievement and the best British album of 1969". Melody Maker 1969 - "Ray Davies' finest hour ... beautifully British to the core" 7" Box 4 x CDs (in individual card wallets) - 2019 newly remastered stereo and mono versions of original Arthur album from HD sources - Mono and stereo single versions, B-sides, alternate mono / stereo mixes, demos, BBC mixes and Dave Davies’ solo - 2 new recordings of Ray Davies with The Doo Wop Choir, including one previously unreleased track - 3 previously unreleased tracks written for Arthur, and recorded by the 'Come Dancing' Workshop Ensemble (1998) - New Ray Davies remixes of album tracks ‘Australia’ and ‘Shangri-La’ - 81 tracks total, comprising 5 previously unreleased tracks and 28 previously unreleased versions 4 x Arthur related 7” singles (with reproduced original international artwork) - Drivin’ / Victoria / Shangri-La / Hold My Hand (Dave Davies solo) Softback book - Extensive essays by world-renowned Kinks experts, original cancelled Arthur play co-scriptwriter Julian Mitchell, and original album sleeve designer Bob Lawrie - New interviews with Ray Davies, Dave Davies and Mick Avory - Band photos, original release international cover artwork and memorabilia Printed memorabilia - Reproduced original photos & posters Badge - Bespoke, exclusive, metal & enamel Kinks logo pin badge. Limited Edition 7" Boxset Edition. Please note this is a pre-sale & won't be dispatched until the 25/10/2019. Barcode: 4050538513196
3xLP+2CD Mad Decent - BEC5543846 - 5060525438462 Tracks: A1: Blow That Smoke A2: Lean On A3: Cold Water A4: Light It Up (Remix) A5: Know No Better B1: Sua Cara B2: Watch Out For This (Bumaye) B3: Powerful B4: Pon De Floor B5: Hold The Line C1: Keep It Goin' Louder C2: All My Love (Remix) C3: Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix) C4: Get Free C5: Run Up D1: Jah No Partial D2: Be Together D3: Bubble Butt D4: Jet Blue Jet D5: Come On To Me E1: Boom E2: Orkant/Balance Pon It E3: Loyal E4: All My Life E5: Tied Up
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Release Date: 2018-09-28, Vinyl, Word And Sound Medien
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Kyla Brox's scintillating, multi-faceted new album, Pain & Glory marks her ascendancy to the very first rank of British singers. Kyla has been a professional musician since the age of twelve – first in her father, Victor Brox's band, then striking out on her own – and Pain & Glory represents the culmination of a quarter of a century's experience on the road and in the studio. The variety and depth of her vocal performances have grown year on year and are given a superb setting in this album's sweeping landscape of soul, blues, urban R&B, blues-rock, and singer-songwriter pop of the highest class. Highlights abound: the retro-soul, slow-burn balladry and melodic momentum of the title track; the jubilant R&B of 'Choose Life'; 'In The Morning' is a swaggering, sensual blues shuffle; 'Manchester Milan', unfurls as a wistful, sophisticated meditation on a cosmopolitan affaire d'amour; 'Lover's Lake' has the gentle, inviting pulse of a Fleetwood Mac b-side; while the hot funk of 'Let You Go' flames with righteous Girl Power brio. Two tracks perhaps deserve extra-special mention. Firstly, the swingin', jivin', 'Bluesman's Child' which documents Kyla's teenage years of singing with her father's band. A bit of background: in the early '60s her dad, Victor Brox formed the Victor Brox Blues Train with singer Annette Reis, who would become Kyla's mother. They were, perhaps, the first interracial band on the scene, Annette having been born in Stockport of African-Canadian, English and Nigerian heritage. Victor went on to the influential Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation drawing the admiration of Jimi Hendrix, who dubbed Victor his "favourite white voice". Robert Plant was also a teenage fan. Kyla sometimes performs with Victor and Annette to this day. Secondly, classic-in-waiting, 'Don't Let Me Fall' wields seriously radio-friendly soul-pop heft, as Kyla builds from a crooning start to an astonishing crescendo where she sings without the brakes on. It is a truly thrilling aural experience. Such a treasure shines all the brighter in being supported by a superb team – Kyla's brother, Sam Brox of Dust Junkys fame produces empathetically with help from Kyla herself and her husband, co-writer and bassist Danny Blomeley – it is indeed, a family affair. John Ellis (Honeyfeet, The Cinematic Orchestra, Lily Allen etc), plays keys with alchemical excellence; in-the-pocket drummer Mark Warburton is a master of economy; Paul Farr (Corinne Bailey Rae, Joss Stone, Tom Jones) is an enchantingly fluent guitarist; while the renowned Haggis Horns – proclaimed 'the best horn section in the world' by Mark Ronson – create a further dimension to these already finely crafted, appealing songs with their mellifluous and punchy arrangements.
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limited stock catalog:31r 043 label:31 recordings format:12" title:the boy who cried wolf / camouflage artist:s.p.y. style:drum n bass
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75 outlaw country classics featuring Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Marty Robbins, Hank Williams and many more. Johnny Cash took his guns to town and got the Folsom Prison blues. Faron Young wanted to live fast, love hard and die young. Loretta Lynn was a honky tonk girl and Patsy Cline was crazy. Hank Williams was howlin' at the moon and George Jones rode white lightnin'. There have always been outlaws, and they have always been Wanted. Disc: 1 Don't Take Your Guns To Town [Johnny Cash] - Johnny Cash Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young [Faron Young] - Faron Young Hungry For Love [Patsy Cline] - Patsy Cline Touch Me [Willie Nelson] - Willie Nelson Honky Tonkin' [Hank Williams] - Hank Williams Shot-Gun Boogie [Tennessee Ernie Ford] - Tennessee Ernie Ford I'm A Honky Tonk Girl [Loretta Lynn] - Loretta Lynn High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) [Frankie Laine] - Frankie Laine Crying [Waylon Jennings] - Waylon Jennings El Paso [Marty Robbins] - Marty Robbins I Want To Go Where No One Knows Me [Jean Shepard] - Jean Shepard Shame On Me [Bobby Bare] - Bobby Bare Drivin' Nails In My Coffin [Ernest Tubb] - Ernest Tubb Fujiyama Mama [Wanda Jackson] - Wanda Jackson Go Boy Go [Carl Smith] - Carl Smith Why I'm Walkin' [Stonewall Jackson] - Stonewall Jackson Sea Of Heartbreak [Don Gibson] - Don Gibson Tennessee Saturday Night [Red Foley] - Red Foley The Golden Rocket [Hank Snow] - Hank Snow The Wild Side Of Life [Hank Thompson] - Hank Thompson It Wasn't God That Made Honky Tonk Angels [Kitty Wells] - Kitty Wells We're Gonna Go Fishin' [Hank Locklin] - Hank Locklin Fallen Angel [Webb Pierce] - Webb Pierce White Lightning [George Jones] - George Jones Me And Fred And Joe And Bill [Porter Wagoner] - Porter Wagoner Disc: 2 Kentucky Means Paradise [Glen Campbell & The Green River Boys] - Glen Campbell & The Green River Boys I'm Moving On [Hank Snow] - Hank Snow Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor [Johnny Horton] - Johnny Horton If You Got The Money [Lefty Frizzell] - Lefty Frizzell Willingly [Willie Nelson & Shirley Collie] - Willie Nelson & Shirley Collie I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes [Goldie Hill] - Goldie Hill It's Only Make Believe [Conway Twitty] - Conway Twitty The One You Slip Around With [Jan Howard] - Jan Howard He'll Have To Go [Jim Reeves] - Jim Reeves Folsom Prison Blues [Johnny Cash] - Johnny Cash Billy The Kid [Marty Robbins] - Marty Robbins Big Bad John [Jimmy Dean] - Jimmy Dean Cut Across Shorty [Carl Smith] - Carl Smith Take These Chains From My Heart [George Jones] - George Jones I'm Sorry [Brenda Lee] - Brenda Lee One By One [Kitty Wells & Red Foley] - Kitty Wells & Red Foley Crazy [Patsy Cline] - Patsy Cline One Way Ticket To The Blues [Porter Wagoner] - Porter Wagoner Did I Turn Down A Better Deal [Jean Shepard] - Jean Shepherd So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed [Merle Travis] - Merle Travis Howlin' At The Moon [Hank Williams] - Hank Williams Journey's End [Ernest Tubb] - Ernest Tubb Whole Lotta Woman [Marvin Rainwater] - Marvin Rainwater My Last Date (With You) [Skeeter Davis] - Skeeter Davis On The Rebound [Floyd Cramer] - Floyd Cramer Disc: 3 Sixteen Tons [Tennessee Ernie Ford] - Tennessee Ernie Ford There Stands The Glass [Webb Pierce] - Webb Pierce Blue Blue Day [Don Gibson] - Don Gibson Save The Last Dance For Me [Buck Owens] - Buck Owens Heartaches Meet Mr Blues [Loretta Lynn] - Loretta Lynn Funny How Time Slips Away [Willie Nelson] - Willie Nelson Bubbles In My Beer [George Jones] - George Jones Let The Teardrops Fall [Patsy Cline] - Patsy Cline Wake Up Irene [Hank Thompson] - Hank Thompson Hey, Good Lookin' [Hank Williams] - Hank Williams Jambalaya (On The Bayou) [Brenda Lee] - Brenda Lee Tennessee Border [Faron Young] - Faron Young The End Of The World [Skeeter Davis] - Skeeter Davis Big Big Love [Wynn Stewart] - Wynn Stewart He'll Have To Stay [Jeanne Black] - Jeanne Black If A Woman Answers (Hang Up The Phone) [Leroy Van Dyke] - Leroy Van Dyke Transfusion Blues [Johnny Cash] - Johnny Cash Funnel Of Love [Wanda Jackson] - Wanda Jackson Bumming Around [Jimmy Dean] - Jimmy Dean The Wayward Wind [Patsy Cline] - Patsy Cline Big Iron [Marty Robbins] - Marty Robbins Jealousy [Kitty Wells] - Kitty Wells Cigarettes, Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women [Sons Of The Pioneers] - The Sons of the Pioneers Wreck On The Highway [Roy Acuff] - Roy Acuff Along The Navajo Trail [Frankie Laine] - Frankie Laine Format: CD Discs: 3
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