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.
Taken from the SoulMusic Records release, Prime Time: The Epic Anthology.
For their third album, rockers The Cars decided to experiment with their sound and get in tune with what their contemporaries were doing. It didn’t quite work out, and Panorama quickly fell between the cracks. This reissue shows that while the album might not be in the same league as the albums that came before or after, it was a noble attempt to do something new.
Taken from the forthcoming Kill Rock Stars release, Change.
Howard Jones’s career nearly was defined by his earliest successes, but this three-disc set examines the whole of his career, highlighting the talents and superb work of a highly underrated talent.
Taken from the Label Obscura release, The Night And I Are Still So Young.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this month’s look at the music of Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys!
Best Of The Recoup: Thirteen Years In Urban Bohemia: A Conversation With The Dandy Warhols’ Courtney Taylor-Taylor
In 2014, we sat down with Dandy Warhols frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor and had a great chat about the making of the band’s seminal album Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia.
A fun and catchy late 60s outtake that celebrates that most special day of the week: payday!
Last year, we sat down and had a long, compelling conversation with Mike McCartney about his delightful one-off album, McGough & McGear and the era that produced it.