Five friends who grew up together in Dublin, called the Thrills, have produced a remarkably neat debut album. At the heart of their sound is a professed love for the tunes of the American West Coast of the '60s and '70s. Set to a backdrop of Al Green, Carole King, and the Band, they quickly pieced together tracks for their debut album, So Much for the City, during a four-month holiday on a beach in San Diego…
"Legacy" is a song by UK band Mansun. It was released as a single in 1998 from the group's album, Six. It follows a similar template to many of the group's other hits and was also their highest-charting single, peaking at number 7 in the UK Singles Chart.
Autores Chilenos is the sixth official album of the Chilean Andean-Folk band Inti-Illimani, published in 1971. The album is a sort of homage to the Chilean Authors who initiated the movement of the New Chilean Song. On July 1, 2003, around the multiple re-editions and remasters of Inti-Illimani LP records, Warner Music Chile re-released the CD and merged it with the album A la Revolución Mexicana, originally edited in 1969.
“20 Flash Back Greats Of The Sixties” is a greatest hits compilation. A good way to get into all the pop of the 60s. 20 songs that gave me great satisfaction and many good memories.
Für den kaiserlichen Gesandten in Dresden, Hermann Graf Keyserlingk, sollen die Goldberg-Variationen entstanden sein. Der Graf habe, wie Bach-Biograph Nikolaus Forkel schreibt, die Musik bei Bach bestellt in der Hoffnung, „daß er dadurch in seinen schlaflosen Nächten ein wenig aufgeheitert werden könnte.“ Diese Bearbeitung der Goldberg-Variationen für zwei Gamben setzt die Reihe der schon bestehenden Transkriptionen fort.