Recorded just a few years before her tragically early death at age 49, these performances at her annual Christmas Eve concerts at New York's Bottom Line find Laura revisiting her own stunning songs as well as cover songs she held close to her heart. These riveting, spare arrangements feature only voices and piano and include To a Child; And When I Die; Save the Country; Angel in the Dark; Wedding Bell Blues; Broken Rainbow; Wind; Emmie; Let It Be Me; Ooh Baby, Baby; Dedicated to the One I Love 24 impassioned performances on 2 CDs!
Haco, former After Dinner frontwoman, and a beautiful and charismatic singer in avant-pop contexts (her forays in improvisation and lo-fi pop are less convincing) meets cellist Hiromichi Sakamoto of the Pascals. In fact, Ash in the Rainbow is a rewriting and re-recording of Sakamoto's 1999 solo album Zero Shiki. Haco has added lyrics, vocal melodies and electronics to his instrumental tunes to create a whole new work…
The legendary Rainbow Bridge Concert. Both the shows from Maui, Hawaii 30th July 1970. The acknowledged Holy Grail of all Hendrix fans and collectors alike. Limited edition 2 disc set with slipcase and a 6 page (12 side) front insert booklet.
Possessor of one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century, Sarah Vaughan ranked with Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday in the very top echelon of female jazz singers. She often gave the impression that with her wide range, perfectly controlled vibrato, and wide expressive abilities, she could do anything she wanted with her voice. Although not all of her many recordings are essential (give Vaughan a weak song and she might strangle it to death), Sarah Vaughan's legacy as a performer and a recording artist will be very difficult to match in the future…
Difficult to Cure is the fifth studio album by the British rock band, Rainbow, and was released in 1981. The album marked the further commercialization of the band's sound, with Blackmore once describing at the time his like of the rock band, Foreigner.
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (sometimes stylised Ritchie Blackmore's R-A-I-N-B-O-W) is the first album by British rock guitarist Ritchie Blackmore's solo band Rainbow, released in 1975.
Barbara Lahr is a German singer, composer, bassist, guitarist, and producer best known for her collaboration with German Nu Jazz group De Phazz.
Sarah Vaughan recorded frequently during her three years with Roulette, and all 16 albums she completed for them plus five previously unissued tracks are included in this comprehensive eight-CD boxed set from Mosaic. The gifted singer is heard in a variety of settings, from superb small-group sessions to big-band settings and various dates bordering on easy listening; the sessions omitting the often syrupy string sections are the cream of this bumper crop.