On Thursday, Columbia/Legacy Recordings announced that it is to release a most iconic four-disc box set, 'Miles Davis at Newport 1955-75: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4,' on July 17. And no, this is not another Dylan reissue, for once.
Bob Dylan has been the man of the hour recently with his latest release, "The Basement Tapes Complete." But, it's been announced via the Tambourine Man himself that Feb. 3 will be the release date of the forthcoming Sinatra cover LP, "Shadows in the Night."
Following the release of Leonard Cohen’s latest LP, "Popular Problems," Columbia Records and Sony Legacy are releasing a live concert DVD to coincide with the album. Entitled "Leonard Cohen: Live in Dublin," the DVD relives the freshly turned 80-year-old’s Sept. 12, 2013, performance at the Q2 arena in Dublin, Ireland.
Classicalite featured the latest from Jackie Evancho earlier this month after a cover of the Game of Thrones eerie folk ballad "The Rains of Castamere" hit digital retail outlets. Reception widely praised the album and, of course, the young talent, herself.
Today's New York City is an old city colliding in some disgusting--yet enlightening--ways, wherein then New York is torn down to make way for the current one. In fact, the Folk Art Building at 45 West 53rd Street will be razed for a newer version, as preserving the building became increasingly difficult. Luckily, the iconic 63-paneled, 82-foot-high façade of the skyscraper will be taken over by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and put into storage.
Formed in 2012, USC School of Music graduates Devin Shermin and Andy Jurik decided to explore their common interests, pursuing repertoire that compliments their style while inculcating their own talents. Go 'Cocks, indeed.
Anyone who thinks that putting together these enormous box sets of great artists of yesteryear is simply a matter of grabbing some old recordings, putting them in a shiny new box and bunging them out at an expensive (well, sometimes) price point clearly hasn't been listening to the right box sets.