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Live in Verona

Deep Purple

Rock - Released April 14, 2021 | earMUSIC Classics

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Raving with Ian Gillan & the Javelins

Ian Gillan

Rock - Released April 19, 2019 | earMUSIC Classics

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Greatest Hits

C.C. Catch

Pop - Released October 5, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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Get Up! Stand Up! [Live]

Various Artists

Pop - Released April 26, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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Lost Pearls

Wishbone Ash

Rock - Released April 13, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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Live at Montreux 1991

The Moody Blues

Rock - Released April 11, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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Legends of Rock 'n' Roll (Live)

James Brown

Rock - Released April 11, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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Live at Montreux 1975

Charles Mingus

Jazz - Released February 2, 2018 | earMUSIC Classics

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All the Way

Justin Hayward

Rock - Released September 2, 2016 | earMUSIC Classics

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Paco and John Live at Montreux 1987

Paco de Lucía

Flamenco - Released June 24, 2016 | earMUSIC Classics

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Flux

Rich Robinson

Rock - Released June 24, 2016 | earMUSIC Classics

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Live at Montreux 1993

Al Jarreau

Jazz Fusion & Jazz Rock - Released March 18, 2016 | earMUSIC Classics

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Through a Crooked Sun

Rich Robinson

Rock - Released October 11, 2011 | earMUSIC Classics

So enamored with the ‘70s he’s decided to revive the decade all on his own, Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson can certainly create a vibe by stitching together remnants of the past. Equal parts Santana, Stones, Allmans, and acoustic Zeppelin, Through a Crooked Sun meanders amiably even if the music is largely reflective, not cheerful. Like Paper, his 2004 debut, this is decidedly a players record, but where that album felt overstuffed with guitars, Through a Crooked Sun relies on textures, all unveiled at a measured, mature pace. Robinson is an affectless singer, something that undercuts the introspection of the lyrics, yet his music has color, alternating from extended interpolations of the back half of “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” to stark, ringing folk, all punctuated by Southern rockers that ramble instead of rush. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Woodstock Sessions, Vol. 3

Rich Robinson

Rock - Released March 18, 2016 | earMUSIC Classics

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Paper

Rich Robinson

Rock - Released August 24, 2004 | earMUSIC Classics

If you listened to Paper, the first solo album by former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson without knowing who it was, it'd be easy to peg that it's the work of a guitarist who has finally been given the chance to do whatever he wants on record. There are layers and layers of guitars on each cut, so much so that it's hard to tell exactly how many overdubs are on each track, and they're all pushed to the front of the mix. Even when there isn't a specific guitar solo, each guitar part is busy enough to show off the guitarist's considerable chops, and each tune has been written to give him plenty of room to roam. It's not like Rich Robinson was ever held back in the Black Crowes -- from their first album his playing was as much a part of their sound as his brother Chris' voice, but here he's allowed to indulge himself to a far greater extent than before, and he seizes it. If you're a guitar nut, that's not a bad thing, since Robinson is a good guitarist, but he would have benefited from a producer to reign him in a bit, or at least edit his performances so they pack a punch instead of just ramble on. He also would have benefited if he had hired a vocalist; he's written a couple of hooky, vaguely psychedelic choruses, but his voice is too thin to carry over the dense, murky layers of guitars. In short, it seems like the first solo album from a talented guitarist from a notable band -- some good riffs, some good hooks, some good playing, but it never gels, since the guitarist is having too much fun enjoying his freedom to figure out how to present it to a larger audience, even an audience of his diehard fans. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Live at the Orleans Arena, Las Vegas

Styx

Rock - Released July 24, 2015 | earMUSIC Classics

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At the Ryman (Live)

Alabama

Pop - Released September 30, 2014 | earMUSIC Classics

Documenting a show held in November 2013 at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee as indirect promotion for that year's tribute album, Alabama & Friends at the Ryman is a celebratory, 17-song set that finds the legendary country band running through its catalog with the assistance of some big modern stars. Given that the group's cheerful, rock-friendly sound paved the way for the bro country of the new millennium, it's not a surprise to find Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, and Luke Bryan all here, but so is Jamey Johnson, who helps bring out the deep southern roots on "My Home Is Alabama." Despite all these guests, the focus is directly on the band and their sturdy catalog. There's no way they could pack all their big hits into a 17-song set, but what's here is a testament to the depth and endurance of the biggest country act of the '80s, and how the group still sounds good now that they're veterans. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Metal Veins (Alive at Rock in Rio) [Live]

Sepultura

Metal - Released September 12, 2014 | earMUSIC Classics

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Thick as a Brick

Ian Anderson

Pop/Rock - Released September 22, 2014 | earMUSIC Classics

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Live at the Horseshoe Tavern 1993

Jeff Healey

Blues - Released January 30, 2014 | earMUSIC Classics