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Available for the first time on vinyl. This must-have two-LP set gets more addictive with every play. Call it bluegrass or call it acoustic pop. Either way, Alison Krauss and Union Station have created an incredible montage of music.
This is the second of two Riverside albums made up of selections recorded by the classic Bill Evans/ Scott LaFaro/ Paul Motian trio at their legendary live recording session of June 15, 1961.
The baby-faced Bob Dylan staring out from the cover of his self-titled 1962 debut album would soon become the musical spokesman of a generation.
Anyone believing in the old adage that science and the fine arts do not mix must rethink his ideas when he becomes acquainted with Alexander Borodin's biography and his music.
This collection reaches as far back as '68 with Stills' "My Love Is A Gentle Thing," and also features his solo classic "Love The One You're With."
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Maurice Abravanel conducts the Utah Symphony Orchestra performing Louis Moreau Gottschalk's A Night In the Tropics, Gottschalk's Grand Tarentelle for Piano and Orchestra arranged by Hershy Kay and featuring Reid Nibley on piano, and Morton Gould's Latin American Symphonette.
Helen Humes radiated girlish innocence and womanly sensuality. Combined with her intonation, phrasing and perfect sense of time and tempo,
It was a true pleasure to see this release come our way this year. I've loved these pieces, and performances, since I first heard them in college over 30 years ago, particularly Ron Nelson's "Savannah River Holiday" which has become rather well-known. (It also was well-done by Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops in a recording for RCA about 10 years or so ago.)
Howard Hanson gets the most out of the Eastman-Rochester Orchestra. While the sound is very good--especially the low end .If you're interested in these recordings, by all means, get this LP.
Recorded live, October 24-26, 1968 at the Fillmore West and November 28-30, 1968 at the Fillmore East, this album includes five songs that had not appeared on previous recordings as well as some previous recordings that are completely transformed into heavier versions.
More than a compilation, this album is a complete document of the Bluesbreakers' recordings with Peter Green, of which "A Hard Road" was just the most prominent part.