Tag: Cherry Red
The latest installment in SFE’s Cilla Black reissue campaign focus on her career with EMI, offering two of her first albums and two of her final albums for the label. The four albums offered here highlight Black’s stylistic versatility as she takes on R&B, Pop, Jazz, and Disco, to mostly good effect.
English New Wave trio Fiat Lux existed for less than two years, their promising career cut short by label indifference. This two-disc set compiles all of their recordings, serving as an excellent historical document of a young band that deserved a longer life.
Vocalist Blossom Dearie possessed one of the most innocent sounding voices in all of jazz and pop. This three disc set examines her early work up to her two “debut” albums, as well as the debut of her vocal harmony combo. It’s a fitting and impressive collection of jazz music, and serves as an excellent starting point for her wide and impressive discography.
Swiss Progressive pianist Patrick Moraz’s second album was an escape to South America captured in sound, and remains a delightful and sunny listening experience.
British teen pop singer Twinkle may only be known for one or two songs, but the vagabond spirit who retired at the age of 18 never quite lost the desire to record. This two disc set collects her entire recorded output, and highlights a talent that might have been…
Philadelphia Soul man Billy Paul was equally at home singing socially conscious songs and songs about making sweet, sweet love. A new compilation explores both themes in detail, offering up some fine Philly Soul.
This three-disc set serves as the first comprehensive examination of the influential funk band The Bar-Kays’ twenty year run, offering up some of the finest funk ever made.
This excellent three disc set offers up an amazing treasure trove of Baroque pop from the late 60s and early 70s, offering up killer harmonies and lush orchestral arrangements from bands and artists both familiar and obscure.
999: The Albums 1987–2007 is the second box set to document the official albums released by underrated punk band 999, gathering their reunion albums and a fine Eighties era live set.
Taken from the Last man Music release, Trails.