The Kinks: Face to Face, Something Else, Arthur – Remasters

For the past several months, The Kinks have been in celebratory mode as many of their albums are being re-released in the deluxe format that has been all the rage amongst record companies of late.  The latest installment here presents three of the band’s strongest ‘60’s releases into a repackaged format: 1966’s Face to Face, 1967’s Something Else, and 1969’s Arthur. 

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Jefferson Airplane: Sweeping Up the Spotlight: Live at the Fillmore East 1969

It’s perfectly appropriate Jorma Kaukonen writes the brief liner notes to this recently exhumed Jefferson Airplane concert recording. Sweeping Up the Spotlight documents Jefferson Airplane just as it was fracturing along the fault line that opened earlier in 1969 when the guitarist/vocalist/songwriter launched Hot Tuna with bassist Jack Casady.

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Brian Wilson: SMiLE

Built around Brian Wilson and lyricist Bert Parks’ hash affairs in the late 60’s. SMiLE[/o] was partially built and then tucked away with the psychological madness that would later haunt Wilson. As the follow-up to the iconic Beach Boys album Pet Sounds, SMiLE was to be the American Sgt. Pepper’s, a recording that set the standard for pop albums.

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Bob Dylan: Word Tour 1966 – The Home Movies

Drummer Mickey Jones looks back on his early music years in World Tour 1966 The Home Movies. With a gathering of personal footage, he shares his own 8mm color home movies back from an era when he got the chance of a lifetime

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