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An eclectic mix of pop songs from the 1970s that features live versions of classics from Chicago, Glen Campbell, Commander Cody, Flying Burrito Brothers, Canned Heat, Sailor, and The Bay City Rollers. Thirty tracks on two CDs.
Scottish indie rockers Belle and Sebastian deliver the long-awaited follow-up to 2010's Write About Love. This album adds a dance party element into their gorgeous tales of sensitive souls navigating a world gone awry.
One of the most enduring musical partnerships of our time, Crosby, Stills & Nash are beloved worldwide for their peerless three-part harmonies, inspired songwriting, and brilliant musicianship. Features 20 of the trio's biggest hits.
The four brothers hail from South Africa and have scored the fastest-rising debut top ten on the chart since Lorde's Royals for the single Come With Me Now. Their sophomore release is climbing the Billboard Charts.
Although trained as a classical and jazz musician, Tigran Hamasyan draws from a wide range of influences including Armenian folk music, rock, and electronic. His fifth album includes new tracks as well as new arrangements of traditional Armenian songs.
The Mavericks return with the follow-up to their 2013 comeback album In Time, which ended the band's eight-year hiatus. The band announced the new release by giving a sneak preview of tracks from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.
Sleater-Kinney, one of the most influential bands in alternative rock, returns with their first new album in ten years. But this new album is not about reminiscing, it's about reinvention as the trio creates new sounds while telling new stories.
Jason Vieaux celebrates two decades of performing by bringing together a collection of works that have become audience favorites during his concerts. A diverse array of works are here including pieces from all over the globe.
Two years after the release of Glad Rag Doll, Diana Krall returns with a brand new album that is produced by Grammy Award winner David Foster. Along with covers of pop classics, the CD includes If I Take You Home Tonight, a new song written by Paul McCartney.
Each album in the Herb Alpert Signature Series features meticulously remastered sound, deluxe packaging, detailed liner notes, and an intro by Herb Alpert containing personal recollections and anecdotes
Features twelve new tracks, written collaboratively by the band in London, Brooklyn, and Texas. This release marks a significant departure for the young British band from their previous two records. There is a minimalist yet panoramic feel to this new album.
Beloved musical icon Raffi returns with his first album of children's songs in twelve years. Each of the sixteen tracks featured is effortlessly engaging and addresses such topics as love, nature, play, chores, imagination, and more.