Second album dedicated to the music of Spanish 'zarzuela' and fifth of his career published by the Spanish musician, composer and conductor Luis Cobos, after the huge success achieved with the first one in 1982. Both works were recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Many of his albums have led to the popularization of classical and popular music. Cobos productions are usually potpourris, which in this case are engaged in numerous 'zarzuelas' passages (preludes, intermediates, parades, romances or styles like 'jota', waltz, 'pasodoble', etc..)
Album of the collection dedicated to ballroom dance music entitled 'The Steps Ballroom Dance Collection', published in the 90's in Holland by the TRC Music label and entirely recorded in digital. Is played by the 'Ray Hamilton Ballroom Orchestra' and has a repertoire of 15 songs for dancing a latin rhythm: mambo. The selection includes classics of the genre like 'A la la la la long', 'Nah neh nah' and 'Oh, baby mine' to other arrangements of universal songs like 'Papa loves mambo', 'Mambo italiano' or 'Easy mambo'. In general, lavish orchestral arrangements to enjoy a session of more than fifty minutes of this type of dance music.
~ The ultimate “Living Stereo” Collector’s Edition – A celebration of high-fidelity analogue recording ~ All 60 CDs newly remastered from the original 2- and 3-track master tapes using 24 bit / 192 kHz technology ~ First ever release of 48 “Living Stereo” LPs on CD ~ Hardcover bound book with a new introduction by discographer Michael Gray, full discographical notes and content listing ~ All albums with facsimile LP sleeves and labels About “Living Stereo”: Early in the fall of 1958, the world of high-fidelity music reproduction changed forever.
Original album remastered plus never before issued alternate mixes! Initially released in 1972 ‘Demons And Wizards’ is the fifth album by British rock band Uriah Heep. Fast forward 46 years it still remains a timeless classic. Painstakingly remastered by Andy Pearce this 2CD set also includes previously unreleased alternative mixes that excite, reignite and rejuvenate. Following the meteoric success of their previous release ‘Demons And Wizards’ that firmly cemented Heep’s legendary status ‘The Magician’s Birthday’ did not disappoint. In fact, it carried on from where the previous album left off. Selling 2.5 million copies worldwide and once again easily reaching the Top 50 in the UK, US, Australia and topping the charts in Finland.