Between 1976 and 1979, Jimmy McGriff was often featured in the disco-style productions of Groove Merchant house arranger Brad Baker. The records usually surrounded the great organist with a huge army of studio musicians, big horn sections, string parts and often heard McGriff playing keyboards other than organ. THE MEAN MACHINE, from 1976, was the first of these productions and McGriff doesn't even play organ here.
For those whose exposure to Soft Cell has been limited to the glorious and inescapable "Tainted Love," the duo's 1984 swan song This Last Night in Sodom should feature a warning sticker. Singer Marc Almond and keyboardist Dave Ball don't attempt to recapture the Top 40 magic of that hit here.
Un médecin sud-américain témoigne : «Les résultats que j'obtiens avec l'urinothérapie sont extraordinaires. D'abord sur moi-même : j'ai perdu 10 kilos en excès en trois semaines en pratiquant amaroli avec un régime hypocalorique ! Mes facultés intellectuelles se sont grandement améliorées et j'ai commencé à en parler à mes patients. J'ai pu traiter chez eux des affections très diverses »[…]
Blur: The Best Of is a greatest hits compilation album by English Britpop band Blur, first released in late 2000. It was released on CD, cassette tape, MiniDisc, double 12" vinyl record, DVD and VHS. The CD album includes 17 of Blur's 23 singles from 1990 to 2000, plus new track "Music Is My Radar". A special edition of the CD version included a live CD. The DVD/VHS version contains the videos of Blur's first 22 singles. The album, which has had enduring sales, hit #3 in the band's native UK in the autumn of 2000, while denting the US charts at #186. The cover is by artist Julian Opie. The painting of this Blur album can be found at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The album's cover bears some similarity to that of Queen's 1982 Hot Space…