A “you are there” view of Canadian folkie Joni Mitchell’s concert performance at the massive 1970 Isle of Wight music festival
This seminal mid-’80s alternative pop release both looks forward and backwards, capturing many of the growing musical movements while bringing the rock that preceded it into the current decade.
George Michael delivers an easy-listening concert with covers and a few of his own songs, but lacks variety of expression.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is a self-recommending High Fidelity Pure Audio Blu-ray reissue that belongs in every music lover’s library.
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.
Capitol Records offers up The Knack’s classic late-’70s debut featuring “My Sharona” in a fine hi-res download
As Counting Crows’ debut album, August and Everything After receives a terrific high resolution DSD makeover from Analogue Productions
Depeche Mode’s sparkling debut album Speak & Spell sounds just as intended in this lossless, high-res download from HDtracks.
Phil Collins’ debut solo album Face Value is given the high-res treatment in this lossless download from Rhino courtesy of HDtracks.