"I'll do this one more time and if I can't do it, we'll do another song. I'll do any song as good as I can do it the first time." Bob Dylan says these words once his first solo take of "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" breaks down after a minute. Dylan's definition of "good" is fluid, of course. Sometimes, a first take satisfied him – "Maggie's Farm" and "Gates of Eden" are two prime examples – but often he'd find he could do a song better or at least do it differently, swapping out words, speeding up the tempo, and changing the feel, occasionally radically transforming his song.
The Best Of King Curtis 1952-1961 - Saxophone titan King Curtis gets the stellar showcase he deserves on Dave Penny’s latest career-defining set for Fantastic Voyage, continuing the roll which has seen the label raise the benchmark for knowledgeable, expertly-annotated compilations. Over three discs and nearly 100 tracks, Wail Man Wail! traverses the unmistakable tones of the late Curtis Ousley after he arrived from Texas in New York City in 1952, winning amateur night at Harlem’s Apollo before embarking on a recording career which took him to several seminal independent labels and bands with the likes of Lester Young and Lionel Hampton. He settled in New York for 17 years, declaring himself King Curtis and quickly making a name for roaring instrumentals and enhancing countless sessions.
A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Bass Guitar Style of Paul McCartney. Learn the trademark bass lines behind rock's most influential songwriting duo. An in-depth analysis of eight songs.
A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Fab Four's Acoustic Guitar Styles and Techniques. Learn the trademark acoustic guitar riffs and solos behind rock's most influential songwriting duo. An in-depth analysis of eight songs.
The phenomenal Bob Dylan season continues with the first ever career-spanning single disc greatest hits collection from one of the most fascinating and influential artists to emerge form the 20th century. Highlights include 'Blowin In The Wind', 'Mr. Tambourine Man', 'Like A Rolling Stone' and more.
Best of Lounge Music album was released Nov 27, 2012 on the Wagram label. Best of Lounge Music CD music is a 6-disc set with 120 songs.
Legend is a greatest hits collection of Bob Marley & The Wailers songs, released by Island Records on May 8, 1984. It is the best selling reggae album of all time (13.5 million platinum in the United States), with sales of 25 million copies. An entry in the Universal Music Entertainment (UME) Deluxe Sound+Vision series of CD/DVD combos, this repackaging unites two releases that were themselves reissues when they first appeared in 2002 and 2003: a two-CD "Deluxe Edition" of the compilation Legend: The Best of Bob Marley and the Wailers, and a DVD reissue of the 52-and-1/2-minute home video of the same name, which added as a bonus the 85-minute documentary Time Will Tell.