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Folk/Americana - Released January 1, 1968 | Craft Recordings

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Pop/Rock - Released November 22, 1968 | UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)

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After the amazing masterpieces of Revolver and Sergeant Pepper's, The Beatles dove back into the art of pure writing, bringing about a certain level of sobriety and leaving aside their recent psychadelic delusions, awesome as they were. Released in November 1968, this double White Album is a return to more refined pop and rock; the essence of their art. The title of the disc, The Beatles, does not manage to hide the growing dissension between the four musicians at the time, and their diverging personalities saw this album herald the beginning of the end for the Fab Four, and the budding of their future solo careers... Despite all of this, The Beatles managed to release a new and totally unique album here, which can be enjoyed step by step as a true emotional rollercoaster: The fantasy of Dear Prudence, the dark madness of Revolution 9, the legendary guitar solo in While My Guitar Gently Weeps, the labyrinth of Happiness Is A Warm Gun and Sexy Sadie, the emotion of Julia (which Lennon dedicated to his mother, who died when he was 17), the purity of Blackbird and the ultra-violent tsunami that is Helter Skelter… the White Album is a brilliant production, a new masterpiece from a group growing apart ... For its 50-year anniversary, this legendary double album makes a return in Deluxe Edition form, a well-deserved title. As well as the stereo remixed version by legendary producer George Martin's son, the original mono version (praised by purists for this format) and the famous Esher Demos there are 27 demo tracks of some famous hits recorded in Harrison’s home and three studio-session CDs. It’s a marvellous collection (107 tracks in total!) which let’s us further explore this glorious piece of work that still fascinates us 50 years after its creation… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

Sacred Vocal Music - Released January 1, 1986 | Accent

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Classical - Released January 1, 1991 | Timpani

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World - Released October 1, 1993 | Naive

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Solo Piano - Released January 1, 1997 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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Classical - Released January 1, 1998 | Timpani

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Symphonies - Released March 3, 1998 | RCA Red Seal

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To judge any performance of Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique, one must look beyond the portrayal of its sensational program to see how well it coheres as a symphony. Berlioz may have been the maddest of the Romantics, but he was quite sane in planning his work's design, and this daring score is still dependent on form to effectively tell its tale. Michael Tilson Thomas, a skillful conductor of Romantic symphonies, understands that the Symphonie fantastique is more than an episodic tone poem, and he lays out its five movements with steadiness and a clear sense of trajectory. Reveries-Passions, A Ball, and the Scene in the Fields are properly treated as symphonic movements in the Sonata-Allegro, Scherzo, and Adagio scheme established by Beethoven. Taken together because they are connected in the narrative, the last two movements may be seen as an innovation on Beethoven's compound Finale in his Symphony No. 9. In Tilson Thomas' carefully paced and calculated reading, the "March to the Scaffold" and the "Dream of a Witches' Sabbath" are truly shocking and blasphemous, and all the pent-up fury of the San Francisco Symphony is unleashed in these blood-curdling hallucinations. Recorded in 1997-1998, this 2004 reissue also offers excerpts from Berlioz's Lélio. RCA's recording is wonderfully vivid and resonant.

Classical - Released September 1, 1998 | INA Mémoire vive

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Classical - Released January 1, 1999 | Alpha

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Classical - Released November 15, 1999 | Arion

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Classical - Released January 1, 2000 | Timpani

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Classical - Released January 1, 2000 | Timpani

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Classical - Released January 1, 2000 | Accent

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Classical - Released June 29, 2000 | Arkes

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Classical - Released November 15, 2000 | Arion

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Classical - Released January 1, 2001 | Timpani

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Classical - Released January 1, 2001 | Lyrinx

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Classical - Released March 15, 2001 | Arion

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Children - Released October 18, 2001 | ARB Music

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