The Best of Bros is the first compilation album by British pop band Bros. It contains all their singles, together with selected album tracks and b-sides. Although the album heavily features tracks from their 1988 UK debut album Push, the booklet and sleeve do not include any pictures of Craig Logan. It does however, correctly credit Nicky Graham and Tom Watkins as the song writers for the Push tracks instead of "The Brothers" pseudonym used originally.
Changing Faces was the third and final studio album from British pop band Bros. It was released in 1991 and was the first album where Matt Goss and Luke Goss wrote all the songs. It was also the first time that Nicky Graham was not involved in either writing or production duties. The album reached #18 in the UK and spawned two hit singles.
The Time was the second album from British pop band Bros and the follow up to the highly successful debut Push. It was released in 1989 and was their first album as a duo (Matt Goss and Luke Goss) due to the departure of Craig Logan earlier in the year. It was also the first album to feature Matt and Luke as co-writers, along with Nicky Graham.
The album reached #4 in the UK and spawned a further four hit singles.
"Changing Faces" was the third and final studio album from British pop band Bros. It was released in 1991 and was the first album where Matt Goss and Luke Goss co-wrote all the songs. It was also the first time that Nicky Graham was not involved in either writing or production duties. The album reached #18 in the UK and spawned two hit singles.
Little Feat were on Warner Bros Records from 1971's Little Feat through 1990's Representing the Mambo, but for a full decade of those 20 years, the band was inactive. …these albums have the songs and sensibility that built their legacy, which does include their remarkably successful return in 1988. All the albums are presented as mini-LPs and the set is affordable, making this a very appealing bargain for all kinds of Feat fanatics.
2016 live archive release from the southern rockers. Live From A&R Studios: New York, August 26, 1971 was initially a radio broadcast that originally aired on WPLJ. This set features the band steamrolling through a set of songs including "Statesboro Blues, " "Trouble No More, " "One Way Out, " "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Hot 'lanta." The recording was widely bootlegged, but has been remixed from the original multi-track recording. The quality, dynamic performance and ambience encompassed herein all at once make for a quite staggering sonic experience, one that fans of this legendary act in it's original line-up will relish alongside the groups other essential releases.
Sly and the Family Stone was an American band from San Francisco. Active from 1967 to 1983, the band was pivotal in the development of funk, soul, rock, and psychedelic music. In 2010, they were ranked 43rd in Rolling Stone list of "The 100 Greatest Artists of All-Time," and three of their albums are included in the Rolling Stone list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Rhino Handmade collection compiles Back on the Right Track (1979) and Ain't But the One Way (1983) with five previously unissued recordings.