Out next week is the live recordings from Kate Bush’s highly acclaimed return to live performance two years ago – credited to the ‘K Fellowship’ presumably as a nod to the numerous musicians, choreographers, set designers and more who worked on the project. It’s an album that has thankfully not been endlessly ‘tinkered’ with in post production and is available in a range of different formats – most attractively a deluxe 3CD set and 4LP vinyl package – NICE!
For investors, these well documented, reknowned ‘black and gold’ Parlophone label pressings of Please Please Me are the ones to hunt down. We often come across copies that just don’t make the grade but are […]
…..watch this short clip of a new collection of Beatles LPs and Xmas Fan Club Flexi Discs that swung through the doors at Eil Towers yesterday, most of the LPs are first press copies and […]
From Genesis to Revelation was the first album by Genesis released in March 1969 on Decca Records in England. Produced by Jonathan King, who discovered them back in 1967, while the members of Genesis were […]