Delaware’s The Spinto Band released one of the best albums of 2005, and one of the best bands of the short-lived “blogger band” trend. This expanded reissue offers a bonus album compiling a dozen superb b-sides, but the real winner is the charming ten-track album.
Taken from the SoulMusic Records release, Havin’ A House Party/Making A Game Out Of Love.
Taken from the Stas THEE Boss release, S’WOMEN.
RIP Glen Campbell.
On an October evening in 1988, two generations of Bakersfield musicians came together onstage to record a concert for famed music program Austin City Limits. These two CD/DVD collections present that evening in its entirety, and both sets find the artists in superb form.
Taken from the Funky Town Grooves release, Everything In Place.
Progressive musician Bill Nelson’s 1987 album was an ambitious double album consisting of minimalistic ambient sonic sketches compiled to form a cohesive whole. This thirtieth anniversary edition offers the set in its entirety, as well as a limited edition seven inch suite and fourteen bonus tracks–adding additional depth to the listening experience.
Taken from the Bruce Springsteen Live Archives release, Action In The Streets ’77.
Taken from the Saint Marie Records release, Road Eyes (Deluxe).
The music of Miles Davis has always had a cinematic flavor to it; this collection from él Records highlights songs from the classic 1950s era Davis that have appeared in films decades after their release–and after Davis’s demise. Also included is Davis’s most renowned soundtrack score, rounding out a satisfying compilation of some of the jazz master’s finest work.