The World Is Yours - The Anthology 1968-1976 is an exhaustive remastered four CD box set from Canterbury sound band Caravan. The set includes previously unreleased studio recordings, album tracks, rare single mixes, BBC recordings and out-takes,a s well as a lavish book featuring an essay and previously unseen photographs plus sleeve notes by Mark Powell.
CARAVAN The World Is Yours - The Anthology 1968-1976 (2010 UK 42-track digitally remastered 4-CD album set - One of the true originators of the Canterbury sound between 1968 - 1976, 'The World Is Yours' draws freely from all Caravan's albums withkey selections from their debut, their two most widely acknowledged classics - 'If I Could Do It Again, I'd Do It All Over You'  and 'In The Land Of The Grey And Pink' , plus the underrated 'Waterloo Lily'  on which Richard Sinclair was replaced by jazz-rock keyboardist Steve Miller.
On 11th February 2013, award winning British duo The Union will release their third album, ‘The World Is Yours’, followed by a 10-date UK tour starting on 13th February.The release of „The World Is Yours? comes hot on the heels of The Union?s last album, „Siren?s Song?, receiving a nomination for „Album Of The Year? at Classic Rock Magazine?s 2012 „Roll of Honour Awards?.The Union was formed by guitarist Luke Morley and vocalist/guitarist Peter Shoulder after Luke?s twenty-year career with Thunder came to an end in 2009. Peter Shoulder was the vocalist, songwriter and musical rudder of Winterville. In 2006 he won The W.C Handy Blues Foundation award, presented to him in Memphis for co-writing the American Blues Song of the Year, „Think of Me?. The song was performed by blues legend Little Milton. At the time of winning, there were only two other British artists to have received that particular award, the others being Eric Clapton and Peter Green.
We were big fans of the World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die’s sophomore album, Harmlessness — it landed at #13 on our 2015 year-end list [Stereogum] — and, while they haven’t exactly been quiet in the interim between a string of shorter releases, the collective has just announced that they’ll release their third full-length album, called Always Foreign, on 9/28.
Abbey Lincoln's first in a series of impressive recordings for Verve matches her unique voice and very credible style with flugelhornist Clark Terry, the altos of Jackie McLean and Jerry Dodgion, bassist Charlie Haden, drummer Billy Higgins and French pianist Alain Jean-Marie. McLean has all of the alto solos and most of the instrumental arrangements were contributed by Ron Carter.