9 thoughts on “ Wake Up - Slaven* - Retrospective (CD, Album) ”

  1. Feb 07,  · Personally, I find it a great release, though I cannot escape the impression that there are some classics missing here. It's an above average overview of his career, and if you want my honest advice, buy his 2xCD "Early Works" album from , and listen to this before giving "Retrospective" a proper spin/5(61).
  2. Blues Traveler - 25 music CD album at CD Universe, Release, A quarter-century ago, the four original members of Blues Traveler, who had known each other since.
  3. Jan 07,  · Hot Wire CD Sized Album Replica, Limited Edition. Co-produced by the band and Neil Slaven, their fourth studio set found the band all but dropping progressive influences from their repertoire in favor of a far more conventional mix of album oriented rock. Side one returned to a more conventional rock format with 'Wake Up, Shake Up'. The /5(5).
  4. If you liked that cd, then you're gonna love this, as the unreleased tunes are amazing. Next up is 4 songs from the Radio 1 Rock Show sessions. These are Heartwork-era songs and are just wicked. No Love Lost and Edge Of Darkness are standouts, but all 4 are deadly. Next up, 2 songs from the Heartwork ep, and again, are smokin'/5(26).
  5. When the Moody Blues were due for the box set treatment, it would have been uncharacteristic for the production to be lacking in overstated grandiosity. On that count, this four-CD retrospective does not disappoint, including the bulk of their most famous work (from their albums), lots from their later records and side projects, and a few rarities.
  6. Twenty-two songs originally recorded by Doc Watson (with Merle Watson producing in association with Chuck Cochran) for Capitol/EMI in the mid-'70s, a life-retrospective including traditional numbers like "Shady Grove" and A.P. Carter 's "Wabash Cannonball," Jimmie Rodgers ' "In the Jailhouse," and the old jug band standard "Mama Don't Allow No Music," among others.
  7. Pop is the ninth studio album by Irish rock band clerdijederquocom.lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.co was produced by Flood, Howie B, and Steve Osborne, and was released on 3 March on Island clerdijederquocom.lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.co album was a continuation of the band's s musical reinvention, as they incorporated alternative rock, techno, dance, and electronica influences into their sound. Pop employed a variety of .
  8. Together they took the Trapeze blueprint of funky hard rock and injected it with a far more hook-laden sheen. Originally issued in and produced by veteran blues champion Neil Slaven the album contains a stellar selection of hard-hitting tracks, including 'Back Street Love', 'Wake Up, Shake Up' and the album centerpiece 'Midnight Flyer'.

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