Although everybody seems to have a different account of who came first in the world of New York/New Jersey area thrash metal, it seems certain that New Jersey's Overkill have stayed around the longest, and have never let their fans down by remaining musically consistent and true to their roots for over 30 years. Through much hard work and a slew of infamous live performances at New York area clubs like L'Amours, Overkill established a reputation as a blue-collar, working man's metal band…
Metallica's debut album Kill 'Em All has been remastered and will now be available as a deluxe boxset including 4LP/5CD/1DVD and includes a book with 64 pages. New essays, never-before-seen phtos, ticket stubs, tracking sheets and a Metallica patchThe true birth of thrash…
Five CD set containing a quintet of albums from the Rock great packaged in miniature LP sleeves and housed in an attractive slipcase. Includes the albums The Blue Mask, Legendary Hearts, Live In Italy, New Sensations, Mistrial.
UK-only five CD set containing a quintet of albums from the Rock great packaged in miniature LP sleeves and housed in an attractive slipcase. Features the albums Lou Reed (1972), Transformer (1972), Berlin (1973), Sally Can't Dance (1974) and Coney Island Baby (1976).
The “Diamond Cuts” Collectors CD Box Set includes discs of the band’s classic studio albums: "Running Wild", "No Guts. No Glory", "Black Dog Barking", plus the brand new “Diamond Cuts - The B-Sides” CD featuring 2 previously unavailable tracks (“Money” & “Heavy Weight Lover”; a bonus DVD of the new band documentary “It’s All for Rock n’ Roll”, all encased in a slipcase box with original “Diamond Cuts” art.
Walton has been heralded as the most important composer of the 20th century. I knew little of his work and wanted to 'hear' for myself. His musical range is impressive and I feel that he has influenced many contemporary composers.
Winner of a Diapason d'Or and a Choc du Monde la Musique. The greatest recording of the organ works of Buxtehude by specialist Bernard Foccroulle, who uses five historic and modern instruments to shed a new light on the richness and variety of this repertory.
Joseph Kerman was a leading musicologist, music critic, and music educator from the 1950s to the 2000s. He reshaped our understanding and appreciation of Western classical music with his first book, Opera as Drama (1956), to his last, Opera and the Morbidity of Music (2008), including his studies on Bach, Beethoven, William Byrd, concertos, and more. He was a professor at the University of California at Berkeley, where he served two terms as chair of the Music Department. He wrote Listen together with his wife, Vivian Kerman.