Gerry Rafferty's first LP gets the DVD-A treatment and gets some New Humblebums tracks added on. All these tracks are pre-Stealer's Wheel. The DVD-A content is NOT WATERMARKED.
Sony Music / Legacy Recordings have today, unveiled the full extent of the ultimate expansion of ‘Brain Salad Surgery’, the definitive and indispensible album by British rock giants Emerson Lake And Palmer (ELP). The Super Deluxe Edition of ‘Brain Salad Surgery’ will be released on 12 May 2014, and will contain a massive 6 discs, including previously unreleased versions, alternate takes, DVDA with Hi-Res original, stereo MLP lossless surround mix and 5.1 versions as well as a documentary and 180gm Vinyl. The ultimate ELP collectors dream. Originally announced on the 40th Anniversary of its original release, the Super Deluxe Edition of Brain Salad Surgery is the result of months of work delving into the archive with the full co-operation of Greg Lake, Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer. Packaged in a stunning hardcover 12” slipcase with inner gatefold and the original HR Giger artwork digitally restored and enhanced.
The debut solo album by Steven Wilson is quite simply an essential release, a huge sonic adventure recorded all over the world and featuring many guest musicians. Disc one is the already acclaimed 10 track album on stereo CD, and disc two is a DVDA containing the album in higher resolution 24 bit stereo and 5.1 surround sound (in high res DVDA and DTS version compatible with any DVD player), an 18 minute extract from ‘Insurgentes’ film, and 2 album trailers.
Plus extended interviews for DVDA musical biography telling the incredible story of the making of the Deep Purple album Machine Head. The album that produced the rock masterpiece Smoke On the Water and in 1972 brought worldwide superstardom to Deep Purple putting them at the pinnacle of seventies hard rock.After the success of In Rock and Fireball the band decided on a European location to record their next album. They chose the Casino in Montreux in Switzerland only to see it burn down the night before recording was due to begin.