An absolute must for those who understand the value of collegiality and super musical talent
Led Zeppelin III, although not as successful as its two predecessors, continued to show the versatility of this group
Led Zeppelin II opened new doors for this group with more acoustic tracks and some interesting rough mixes tossed in to a great remastering effort.
The album that brought Led Zeppelin to the world stage, this “deluxe edition,” adds some nifty live performances from Paris.
G. Love brings back the Special Sauce and supplies a stash of jams for a crunchy party album on Sugar
Led by Guy Garvey’s enchanting vocals, British Alt-Proggers Elbow soar and drift with their sixth full-length studio release.
Beck awakens with his first release in six years and raises the bar yet again.
Sir John Barbirolli and his Berlin Philharmonic colleagues deliver a definitive version of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony.
Coltrane and his sidemen take a detour and give us some gorgeous renditions of American Songbook standards in this fantastic hi-res download
The evolution of music royalty continues as Prince hits an artistic peak with Parade.