German rarities and Fab Four re-takes are included in these thematic Beatles collections from the ’70s and ’80s. While they may’ve been snubbed by purists, these records actually prove to be more than you’d first guess.
His astonishing debut LP was recorded when Ted Hawkins was a street performer – and released when he was in jail. The reissue from Craft Recordings lovingly recaptures his unique blend of blues, folk, and soul.
With the master tape having been destroyed, the fact that the music survived at all is a small miracle. Don’t deny yourself the chance to check out these adventurous tracks recorded by America’s great jazz visionary.
Bust a move: Tone Loc, Young MC, and the Pharcyde are getting overdue respect with great re-issues from Craft Recordings.
This unbeatable bass player has over four decades of experience (including a star-making stint with Miles Davis) and his current album “Laid Black” illustrates how Marcus Miller is always pushing things to next-level genius.