Samadhisound y UMR se enorgullecen de anunciar el lanzamiento de samadhisound 2003-2014 - Do You Know Me Now?, una edición limitada de lujo 10 "x10" 10CD boxset. La caja se presenta en un impresionante estuche e incluye un libro de tapa dura de 100 páginas con ilustraciones inéditas y ensayos contextuales de David Sylvian y el renombrado diseñador gráfico y autor Adrian Shaughnessy sobre la estética visual del sello samadhisound. A principios de 2003, tras separarse de la discográfica Virgin después de 21 años de trayectoria, se produjo una sensación de autonomía y, después de haber trabajado en retrospectivas y remezclas durante los últimos años, era necesario un cambio de dirección. Como resultado, ese año Sylvian creó el sello samadhisound, para el que afirma haber creado el trabajo más liberado, personal y sustancial de su vida creativa. Esta nueva recopilación de 10 CD contiene la totalidad de la obra de Sylvian, tanto en solitario como en colaboración, durante los 11 años de existencia del sello. La caja ha sido bellamente dirigida y diseñada por Sylvian y su socio en todos los proyectos del sello, Chris Bigg. El estuche incluye una impresionante fotografía del portadista de Manafon Ruud Van Empel. También se ha contado con la colaboración del artista y músico Lance Austin Olsen para las tres carátulas del CD. Los valores de producción de este lanzamiento están a la altura de todos los que Sylvian y Bigg crearon para el propio sello samadhisound. samadhisound 2003-2014 - Do You Know Me Now? contiene todos los álbumes en solitario de David Sylvian publicados en su sello independiente, samadhisound, entre 2003 y 2014, además de los álbumes grabados con Nine Horses, Jan Bang y Erik Honoré, y Franz Wright y Christian Fennesz. El conjunto también contiene un CD recopilatorio exclusivo, "Do You Know Me Now?", con temas no incluidos en el álbum grabados con Ryuichi Sakamoto y Nine Horses. Hablando de su tiempo publicando música a través de samadhisound, Sylvian dice: "Aunque personalmente sostengo que samadhisound es el hogar de mi mejor trabajo, se produjo durante un período muy turbulento que precipitó algunos cambios devastadores en mi vida. No puedo pasar por alto este hecho, ya que está incorporado en el material y lo informa de muchas maneras. Quizá por eso, después de todo este tiempo, al margen de cualquier posible innovación musical, sigue siendo tan importante para mí". CD1 David Sylvian Blemish 01: Blemish (13:42) 02: The Good Son (5:25) 03: The Only Daughter (5:28) 04: The Heart Knows Better (7:51) 05: She Is Not (0:45) 06: Late Night Shopping (2:54) 07: How Little We Need To Be Happy (3:22) 08: A Fire In The Forest (4:14) CD2 David Sylvian The Good Son Vs. The Only Daughter – The Blemish Remixes 01: The Only Daughter: Remixed by Ryoji Ikeda (5:49) 02: Blemish: Remixed by Burnt Friedman (4:50) 03: The Heart Knows Better: Remixed by Sweet Billy Pilgrim (5:29) 04: A Fire In The Forest: Remixed by Readymade FC (5:05) 05: The Good Son: Remixed by Yoshihiro Hanno (4:33) 06: Late Night Shopping: Remixed by Burnt Friedman (2:51) 07: How Little We Need To Be Happy: Remixed by Tatsuhiko Asano (4:35) 08: The Only Daughter: Remixed by Jan Bang and Erik Honoré (5:28) 09: Blemish: Remixed by Akira Rabelais (10:10) CD3 Nine Horses Snow Borne Sorrow 01: Wonderful World (6:02) 02: Darkest Birds (5:03) 03: The Banality of Evil (7:59) 04: Atom and Cell (7:06) 05: A History of Holes (8:02) 06: Snow Borne Sorrow (6:23) 07: The Day The Earth Stole Heaven (3:19) 08: Serotonin (5:54) 09: The Librarian (9:01) CD4 David Sylvian / Ryuichi Sakamoto / Nine Horses Do You Know Me Now? 01: World Citizen (6:46) 02: World Citizen – I Won’t Be Disappointed (6:06) 03: World Citizen – Ryoji Ikeda remix (4:59) 04: Money For All (4:08) 05: Get The Hell Out (5:36) 06: The Banality of Evil – Burnt Friedman remix (6:48) 07: Wonderful World – Burnt Friedman remix (7:04) 08: Birds Sing For Their Lives (7:02) 09: Serotonin – Burnt Friedman remix (4:51) 10: Money For All – Version (4:00) 11: Get The Hell Out – Burnt Friedman remix (5:02) 12: When Monday Comes Around (5:58) 13: Do You Know Me Now? (4:20) 14: Where’s Your Gravity? (5:37) CD5 David Sylvian When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima 01: When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima (70:00) CD6 David Sylvian Manafon 01: Small Metal Gods (5:48) 02: The Rabbit Skinner (4:41) 03: Random Acts of Senseless Violence (7:06) 04: The Greatest Living Englishman (10:54) 05: 125 Spheres (0:29) 06: Snow White in Appalachia (6:35) 07: Emily Dickinson (6:25) 08: The Department of Dead Letters (2:25) 09: Manafon (5:22) CD7 David Sylvian Died In The Wool – Manafon Variations 01: Small Metal Gods – Died In The Wool version (5:09) 02: Died In The Wool (6:03) 03: I Should Not Dare (for N.O) (3:24) 04: Random Acts of Senseless Violence – Died In The Wool version(6:24) 05: A Certain Slant of Light ( for M.K.) (3:28) 06: Anomaly at Taw Head (5:06) 07: Snow White in Appalachia - Died In The Wool version (5:59) 08: Emily Dickinson – Died In The Wool Version (3:35) 09: The Greatest Living Englishman – Coda (3:06) 10: Anomaly at Taw Head (A Haunting) (3:12) 11: Manafon – Died In The Wool version (4:05) 12: The Last Days of December (6:16) CD8 David Sylvian When We Return You Won’t Recognise Us 01: When We Return You Won’t Recognise Us (18:15) CD9 Jan Bang & Erik Honoré with David Sylvian / Sidsel Endresen / Arve Henriksen Uncommon Deities 01: The God of Single Cell Organisms (3:37) 02: The God of Sleeplessness (4:29) 03: The God of Silence (4:19) 04: The God of Smaller Gods (4:04) 05: The God of Small Caresses (5:51) 06: The God of Black Holes (3:57) 07: The God of Adverbs (4:20) 08: The Ruminative Gap (3:18) 09: The God of Crossroads (3:19) 10: The God of Tiny Island (5:06) 11: The God of Gradual Abduction (5:27) 12: I Swallowed Earth for This (3:18) CD10 David Sylvian / Franz Wright / Christian Fennesz There’s A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight 01: There’s A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight (64:24)

Original soundtrack to the 2022 documentary. -The companion album to Moonage Daydream features songs spanning Bowie's career and includes previously unheard material, unique mixes created for the film and this release, along with dialogue from Bowie himself. -Highlights include a previously unreleased live medley of 'The Jean Genie / Love Me Do / The Jean Genie" recorded live at the final Ziggy Stardust concert at Hammersmith Odeon in 1973, featuring Jeff Beck on guitar. Other rarities include an early version of the Hunky Dory favorite "Quicksand" and a previously unreleased live version of "Rock 'n' Roll With Me" from the legendary 1974 Soul Tour. Disc 1 - 1 Time... One of the Most Complex Expressions 2 Ian Fish U.K. Heir (Moonage Daydream Mix 1) 3 Hallo Spaceboy (Remix Moonage Daydream Edit) 4 Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud (Live) [Stereo] 5 All the Young Dudes (Live) [Stereo] 6 Oh! You Pretty Things (Live) [Stereo] 7 Life on Mars? (2016 Mix - Moonage Daydream Edit) 8 Moonage Daydream (Live) [Stereo] 9 Medley: The Jean Genie / Love Me Do / the Jean Genie (Live) [Feat. Jeff Beck] 10 The Light (Excerpt) - By Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra 11 Warszawa (Live Moonage Daydream Edit) 12 Move on (Moonage Daydream a Cappella Mix Edit) 13 Medley: Future Legend / Diamond Dogs Intro / Cracked Actor 14 Rock 'N' Roll with Me (Live) 15 Aladdin Sane (Moonage Daydream Edit) 16 Subterraneans (2017 Remaster) 17 Space Oddity (Moonage Daydream Mix) 18 V-2 Schneider (2017 Remaster) - Disc 2 - 1 Sound and Vision (Moonage Daydream Mix) 2 A New Career in a New Town (Moonage Daydream Mix) 3 Word on a Wing (Moonage Daydream Mix Excerpt) 4 "Heroes" (Live Moonage Daydream Edit) 5 D.J. (Moonage Daydream Mix) 6 Ashes to Ashes (Moonage Daydream Mix) 7 Move on (Moonage Daydream a Cappella Mix Edit) 8 Moss Garden (Moonage Daydream Edit) 9 Cygnet Committee / Lazarus (Moonage Daydream Mix) 10 Memory of a Free Festival (Harmonium Edit) 11 Modern Love (Moonage Daydream Mix) 12 Let's Dance (Live Moonage Daydream Edit) 13 The Mysteries (Moonage Daydream Mix) 14 Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (Live Moonage Daydream Edit) 15 Ian Fish U.K. Heir (Moonage Daydream Mix 2) 16 Word on a Wing (Moonage Daydream Mix) 17 Hallo Spaceboy (Live Moonage Daydream Mix) 18 I Have Not Been to Oxford Town (Moonage Daydream a Cappella Mix Edit) 19 "Heroes": IV. Sons of the Silent Age (Excerpt) - By Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra 20 ★ (Moonage Daydream Film Mix Edit) 21 Ian Fish U.K. Heir (Moonage Daydream Mix Excerpt) 22 Memory of a Free Festival (Moonage Daydream Mix Edit) 23 You're Aware of a Deeper Existence 24 Changes (2015 Remaster) 25 Let Me Tell You One Thing 26 Well You Know What, This Has Been An Incredible Pleasure

Time Machine - Limited Edition - Atlanta Rhythm Section - 2 CDS / 32 TRACKS, 7 PREVIOUSLY RELEASED STUDIO TRACKS, 6 PREVIOUSLY RELEASED LIVE TRACKS. Authorized by the Atlanta Rhythm Section! Often described as a more radio-friendly version of Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Atlanta Rhythm Section was one of a few Southern rock bands to hit the upper reaches of the charts during the '70s. Hailing from the small town of Doraville, Georgia, the formation of ARS can be traced to the remnants of two groups (The Candymen & The Classics IV). Local Hit Songwriter Buddy Buie, assembled the band which comprised singer Rodney Justo, guitarist Barry Bailey, bassist Paul Goddard, keyboardist Dean Daughtry, and drummer Robert Nix. After playing on several artists' recordings, it was decided to take the band a step further and make the group of players a real band, leading to the formation of the ARS. Disc One, features album Deep Cuts and previously Unreleased Studio Recordings. Disc Two features live performances of their Greatest Hits over the decades. 1 Georgia Pines (The Candymen) 2 Lonely Eyes (The Candymen) 3 Stormy (Noah's Ark) 4 Love Me Just a Little (Sometime) 5 Will I Live On? 6 Alien (Acoustic) 7 Stone Cold Hit (Previously Unreleased) 8 High Time (Previously Unreleased) 9 Longing for a Feeling (Previously Unreleased) 10 Sleep with One Eye Opened (Justo Vocal) 11 What's Up Wid Dat? (Previously Unreleased) 12 You Ain't Seen Nothing 13 I Don' Want to Grow Old Alone (Hammond Vocal) 14 Voodoo (Acoustic) 15 Long Distance Love (Previously Unreleased) 16 Conversation (Hammond & Justo Vocal) 17 When (Previously Unreleased) 18 Two Note Boogie (Previously Unreleased) 19 Back Up Against the Wall (Atlanta '78) 20 Sky High (Pittsburgh '77) 21 Homesick (NYC '81) 22 Champagne Jam (Tokyo '78) 23 Jukin' (Munich '83) 24 Large Time (Munich '83) 25 Angel (Pittsburgh '77) 26 I'm Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight (Tokyo '78) Jam (Atlanta ' 78) 27 Spooky (Tokyo '78) 28 Boogie Smoogie (Cleveland '78) 29 Mixed Emotions (Atlanta '96) 30 Imaginary Lover (NYC '96) 31 So in to You (London '78)

BECK, BOGERT & APPICE (BBA) Live In Japan 1973, Live In London 1974 captures previously unreleased live performances by the original supergroup featuring Jeff Beck, Tim Bogert, and Carmine Appice. The set will be available on 4CDs, 4LPs and digitally. Before his death in January, legendary guitarist Jeff Beck revisited concert recordings made by Beck, Bogert & Appice, the power trio he formed in 1972 with drummer/singer Carmine Appice and bassist/singer Tim Bogert. The live music captures the band at the beginning and end of its short-but-influential partnership, with two shows in Japan in 1973 and one of the group’s final performances in London a year later. All three band members were involved in creating LIVE IN JAPAN 1973, LIVE IN LONDON 1974, and the collection is dedicated to Beck and Bogert, who died in 2023 and 2021, respectively. The set includes an expansive booklet with extended liner notes detailing the group’s history by music journalist/manager Bruce Pilato, along with memorabilia, archival photos, and a replica poster. Beck and Appice mixed all the concerts in this set from the original multi-tracks that had been in Beck’s archive for almost 50 years, thus knocking the many bootleg quality releases, that Beck hated, out of the park! The two performances at Koseinenkin Hall in Osaka, Japan (recorded May 18 and 19, 1973) were released exclusively in Japan a few months after the shows, but never in the U.S. The complete concert at the Rainbow Theatre in London, England (recorded January 26, 1974) has never been released anywhere. In the booklet, Pilato explores the short existence and lasting legacy of Beck, Bogert & Appice, a supergroup that critics once hailed as “the first successor to Cream” (Melody Maker) and an “ensemble of virtually unparalleled magnificence” (NME). LIVE IN JAPAN 1973 was recorded only a few weeks after Beck, Bogert & Appice’s self-titled debut came out. The music ripples with raw energy as the group delivers exhilarating live versions of nearly every song on the album, including “Superstition,” “Lady,” and “Livin’ Alone.” The trio also played songs by the Yardbirds (“Jeff’s Boogie”) and the Jeff Beck Group (“Morning Dew” and “Going Down.”) The concert on LIVE IN LONDON 1974 was recorded eight months after the shows in Japan and right before the trio disbanded. The performance introduces several songs the group planned to record for BBA’s never-completed second studio album, including “Satisfied,” “Jizz Wizz,” and “Solid Lifter.”

(Large Item, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, With Book, United Kingdom - Import) Limited edition deluxe box set, signed by the author Glenn Povey, also includes reproduction memorabilia and a CD of interviews with band recorded in 1977. "Pink Floyd - The Animals Tour - A Visual History" documents both the history of the recording of the Animals album and the supporting tours which remains one of the most fascinating periods in Pink Floyd's history. Pink Floyd's 10th studio album "Animals" was released almost 10 years on from their psychedelic debut that launched the band on to the world stage. But this release couldn't be farther from "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" if you tried: It was a hard-hitting politically charged heavy rock album. It's three central pieces, "Pigs (Three Different Ones)", "Dogs" and "Sheep" each extending to over 10 minutes each drew parallels with George Orwell's dystopian nightmare "Animal Farm". It's lyrics continued to project Roger Waters' eternal themes of life's struggles where the subservient masses are sheep controlled by tyrannical pigs and authoritarian dogs. Recorded over the summer of 1976, in the space of time it took punk to both explode and promptly fizzle out, at their own Britannia Row studios in north London, it also marked a shift from their traditional base of EMI at Abbey Road. Arguably one of Pink Floyd's least well recorded works it does however hold a fond place in many fans hearts and Animals has enjoyed a legacy - Roger Waters in particular reviving those tracks to shoehorn into his own politically charged live solo shows in recent years. The corresponding tour through the first half of 1977 was also not without compromise and built on the stadium spectacular that had been successfully developed over the previous two years of touring. Creatively, there was no limit to their ambition as large-scale inflatable structures, screen films, special effects and state of the art sound reinforcement were utilized that enveloped the audience in an ever-increasing immersive experience. But, despite all this, as their fan base increased exponentially so too did the rowdy nature of the stadium environment which, coupled with band members personal issues, ultimately led to inter-band rifts and Roger Waters' increasing intolerance of and disdain towards the adulation of the fans. This all finally came to a spectacular head during their final show of the "Animals" tour in Montreal in July and the events that unfolded became the lynchpin of Waters' vision of isolation and madness that eventually led to the creation of "The Wall" two years later.

'The Dark Side Of The Moon' will always remain Pink Floyd's greatest achievement. A landmark album in every respect and housed in one of the most iconic album sleeves of all time. Inside this box of wonders you will find the complete recording history of the 'The Dark Side Of The Moon', documentation of all the live performances of the album by the band, previously unpublished photos and illustrations as well as facsimile memorabilia including photos, programs, handbills and passes. This super deluxe box contains: Signed and Numbered certificate by the one of the world leading Floyd authorities and author Glenn Povey, Reproduction of very rare and interesting; memorabilia, photos, posters from the era, and a CD of interviews with band recorded in the day. The first interview is from 1972, where the band discusses been on the road, the Live at Pompeii film, the band are very relaxed and laughing. Rick Weight says at one point, "We understand each other very well. We are very tolerant of each other". Nick Mason says, "We are all from the British aristocracy with the exception of David Gilmour..." This band interview is a rare gem, from a band which seldom gave interviews. It's sure to raise an eyebrow or two looking back from 2023! A second longer interview is over 30 minutes long with Rick Wright, where he discusses touring and looking back at Dark Side of the Moon, the band's inner workings on how they write and play together, solo albums, along with living in the English countryside. This CD of interviews, along with all the memorabilia and legendary Floyd historian Glenn Povey's commentary makes this limited-edition super deluxe box set, the perfect companion to official Dark Side of the Moon set. A must for all serious collectors of Pink Floyd!

In Neil Young's extensive career, this period of music came at a definite turning point. The 1990s were almost ready to start, and Young had recently returned to his long-time home at Reprise Records. It definitely appeared to be a joyous and jubilant moment for the man who had recently celebrated the 21-year anniversary of a solo career that had never stopped progressing. The first album in VOLUME 5 is aptly named FREEDOM, and includes the song "Rockin' in the Free World." RAGGED GLORY (1990) was a non-stop celebration for the music Neil Young & Crazy Horse are still creating at full force, and was recorded at Young's Broken Arrow Ranch in Northern California. The 10 song original album is expanded for this re-issue with 4 rare tracks. “Interstate” and “Don’t Spook The Horse” were both b-sides to singles. “Box Car” and the 12 minute “Born To Run” are both previously unreleased versions. The 4 additional songs have resulted with the album expanded to 3 LPs and 2 CDs. WELD (1991) is one of the most groundbreaking albums of Neil Young's history. It's a live album recorded with Crazy Horse after the release of RAGGED GLORY. It was from a wildly creative period of the band's history, and as Neil Young has often done, gave notice that he was a rock & roll originator who could never be second-guessed. ARC (1991) is the live companion collection to WELD, and at the time generated the kind of musical notoriety that has often marked Young's creations. ARC is a 35-minute outburst of feedback, improvisation, guitar solos and vocal fragments.