This is European only 4CD set of outtakes from 1962 & 1963, also known as The Copyright Extension Collection Vol. I. Only available through literally a hand full stores in Germany, England, France & Sweden. Most of the tracks are from the Freewheelin sessions, and a few are from various live performances Dylan did in the early 60s.Sony releases this in Europe at the last minute to prevent the copyright on some early Dylan recordings to go expired.
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The Blues… It’s about crossroads – night and day, light and dark, the place where they meet – that’s where the blues lives.
There are still such places out there in our world today. South Carolina is one place where that edge of light and dark exists. Out there in the bogs, down those roads that suddenly appear out of nowhere while you are on a summer jaunt driving to the beach or looking for a ‘native bar or juke joint’.
Original line-up of the legendary Irish band reunited for 2011 concert at Dublin’s historic Christ Church Cathedral. This CD and DVD release is the audio and visual representation of this event featuring a cross-selection of the band’s greatest work.
Stranger In My Land is a collection of songs originally written by Aborigine artists who were Knox s peers and predecessors; some tunes previously recorded but difficult to find as well as several unrecorded, handed-down folk songs (which without this recording, could have been lost forever). It is powerful and moving material, heartbreaking and hilarious, […]
Greg Lake offers something greater than mere retrospective here — though, certainly, there are familiar tunes from King Crimson and ELP. With its powerful sense of reminiscence, Songs of a Lifetime ultimately becomes a more personal journey. Lake tells stories, witty and filled with disarming humor, even as he weaves in songs from throughout his […]
The solo debut by U.S. Christmas guitarist/vocalist Nate Hall understandably has similar roots of Appalachian folk and 21st century metal at work, but A Great River, performed (aside from a couple of keyboard parts) by Hall himself, takes a slightly different turn nonetheless, a singular series of performances that also avoids simple repetition. The opening […]