Tag: Various Artists

Various Artists: Disco 75 (Robinsongs)

Sure, Disco may have sucked, but did it always? Disco 75 is the first in a compelling new compilation series from Robinsongs that is dedicated to exploring the best of the best for each year of the disco era. This first collection is much more diverse than you might think.

Various Artists: Bubblerock Is Here To Stay! (Grapefruit)

Though long forgotten, the British AM radio rock of the early 1970s gave the world some weird and wonderful pop nuggets. A new compilation, Bubblerock Is Here To Stay!, offers 78 nuggets you probably will never hear anywhere else.

Various Artists: C90 (Cherry Red)

1990 proved to be a very, very good year for British independent music. C90, Cherry Red’s latest in their C86-inspired compilation series, is a mammoth collection of some of the finest known and forgotten talents of the scene.

Various Artists: The Daisy Age (Ace Records)

This fantastic and fun Bob Stanley-produced compilation highlights one of the finest–albeit extremely brief–moments in hip-hop history, the Native Tongues “movement,” which found hip-hop musicians eschewing the violence and misogyny that dominated the rap scene and offering up a positive. more innocent vision of the world.

Various Artists: The Daisy Age (Ace Records)

This fantastic and fun Bob Stanley-produced compilation highlights one of the finest–albeit extremely brief–moments in hip-hop history, the Native Tongues “movement,” which found hip-hop musicians eschewing the violence and misogyny that dominated the rap scene and offering up a positive. more innocent vision of the world.

Various Artists: Small Town Country, Vol. 1 (Orion Read)

You haven’t heard of these artists–sometimes for good reason–but this collection of independently-released and private-pressed country from the genre’s golden years offers up several lost jewels–and, truthfully, some stinkers as well.

Various Artists: Small Town Country, Vol. 1 (Orion Read)

You haven’t heard of these artists–sometimes for good reason–but this collection of independently-released and private-pressed country from the genre’s golden years offers up several lost jewels–and, truthfully, some stinkers as well.