The release has no cover, but is accompanied by 4 cue sheets. All versions of the music tracks are different to the ''regular'' issues of these tracks. A1d - Live in London, December 1973. A2d - BBC Studios, September 1966. B1d - BBC Studios, January 1967. B2d - Live at Hammersmith Odeon in London, 1982. B3d - BBC Studios, January 1964.
Classic Albums is a British documentary series about pop, rock and heavy metal albums that are considered the best or most distinctive of a well-known band or musician or that exemplify a stage in the history of music. The TV series was made by Isis Productions and distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment. It is shown on various broadcasters including BBC, ITV, Sky Arts, VH1 and VH1 Classic.
The album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize (only to lose to M People! No really!) and frequently makes the various ‘Best Albums Eve. lists, not only here in the UK, but across the Atlantic as well. The following year they released The Great Escape and with ‘Country House’ going to No. 1, beating Oasis’ ‘Roll With It’ in a Beatles v Stones rematch, which made headline news and ushered Britpop fully into the mainstream. But when looking back on 1994, it is Parklife that perfectly sound tracks that year. Parklife!" 2. Jeff Buckley - Grace. Gary Bales: In 1994, Radiohead hit. Hazel Southwell: Our Classic Album Of The Day for 1994 Day, this is a big one. In 1994, Suede decided to take a bet.
2014 two CD collection. BBC RADIO 2'S SOUNDS OF THE 80S is a unique compilation of tracks recorded by some of the biggest artists around, every track is an exclusive cover version of a song from the '80s and has been carefully chosen by the artist specifically for this album. All the tracks are previously unreleased. Artists include Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Olly Murs, Passenger, London Grammar & many more. Really good album with some interesting covers. The stand out track is James Blunt's cover of Elton John's "I guess that's why they call it the blues" - stripped right back to its bare core. Worth getting the album for this track alone.
Includes the newly remastered album and 35 bonus audio tracks. Reconstruction of the double album, singles, B-sides, alternate mixes and unreleased tracks. The Bruce McMouse Show -the never- before-seen film on DVD and Blu-ray. Plus DVD featuring the James Paul McCartney TV Special and previously unseen footage. This box set gives a unique insight into the creation of this landmark album and features a remaster of the original double album, Pete Townshend’s previously unheard demos including songs that didn’t make it onto the original album, an exclusive eight track . sound DVD, a deluxe hard-back book, previously unseen personal notes, photographs, memorabilia and other exclusive.
The album features performances from such BBC shows as Saturday Club, The Joe Loss Pop Show, Blues in Rhythm, Top Gear and Yeah Yeah. It will be released December 1. Eight of the blues-heavy album’s 18 performances feature songs the band have never recorded or released commercially. They span some of the group's most iconic original songs-"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "The Last Time"-and a variety of covers (among them versions of Chuck Berry's "Memphis, Tennessee" and Roll Over Beethoven") and Bo Diddley's "Cops and Robbers.
|A1||–Rod Stewart||Incue - Miss Judy's Farm - Commercial - Outcue||6:15|
|A2||–The Rolling Stones||Incue - Down The Road A Piece - Commercial - Outcue||3:57|
|B1||–The Beatles||Incue - Do You Want To Know A Secret - Commercial - Outcue||3:35|
|B2||–Jimi Hendrix||Incue - Hound Dog - Commercial - Outcue||4:36|
|B3||–Deep Purple||Incue - Burn - Commercial - Outcue||8:42|
Noteswith certificate of performance, cue sheet, and transcription notes of incues and outcues along with westwood one radio networks satellite delivery schedule
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: KH.90-32-1 MDC KM
- Matrix / Runout: KH.90-32-2 MDC KM