This 1975 album was the first solo outing for David Byron, the lead singer for Uriah Heep. It isn't a big surprise that a good portion of the album sounds a lot like the group that gave him his day job: sturdy organ-driven hard-rockers like "Silver White Man" and "Hit Me With a White One" would not be out of place on a typical Uriah Heep album from this period…
Appropriately dubbed “Beck Zeppelin,” Ty Richard’s album Zillion brings back classic rock riffs set in front of a Beck style electric instrumental style. With enough drop outs and break downs to satisfy any electronica-head, Ty seemingly blends in the scratch that rock-purists have been asking for, a dirty guitar and a heavy bass line.
Behind the near-mythical figure of the emancipated woman, the dazzling spectacle of the group tableau and vibrant seduction of the Spain of dreams, all its authenticity and brilliance have been restored to the world's most performed opera in the opera house where it was first performed in 1875. A veritable back to the origins for the masterpiece by Georges Bizet, who died at the age of thirty six, only a few weeks after finishing his controversial work, the tremendous success of which he was ever to know. By presenting it here in a brand-new version with instruments of the period, in an endeavour to rekindle the original musical and theatrical flame, Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Adrian Noble have reconstructed the unusual movement of the chorus and difficult dialogue between characters as a human, carnal tragedy.
Live acoustic gig with Daevid and Russell Hibbs. Two natural tune-smiths recorded live in front of a hometown audience as they take turns playing some of their favourite acoustic compositions. Great daevid tracks beautifully complimented by the Celtic-tinged songs by Russell of Nectan's Glen fame. Recorded in Byron Bay, N.S.W. Australia in 1995. This is the fourth of a 20CD series, each release a limited pressing of 1000 copies only - no more will be pressed.
Here is the place to find peaceful relaxation, a place to connect to the music of nature and the natural world, and to reconnect (using recorded sound and soundscapes) with the slower natural pace and tempo of Life.
A deluxe edition limited to 120 handmade copies. Features the "30 Seconds of Fame" disc and its Romanian counterpart, "30 de secunde de faima", in a 7-inch paperboard box complete with 15 full-color illustrations, one transparent "stained glass"-like illustration, manually illustrated CD holders and the band's autographs.