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Carole King
Tapestry (25th Anniversary Edition)
[ Epic Records / CD - released 19/Sep/1999 ]
Originally released in 1971, this landmark album has now been digitally re-mastered with SBM (Super Bit Mapping). 'Tapestry' remains a landmark album that contributed as much to the era as Simon and Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'.
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Jackson Browne
Running on Empty
[ Elektra / Asylum Records / CD - released 20/Feb/2003 ]
This is a specially priced, digitally re-mastered re-issue of the brilliant 'Running On Empty' album from classic, sensitive Californian singer / songwriter, Jackson Browne.
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The Beatles
Abbey Road (2009 Remaster)
[ Apple Corporation / EMI Music / CD - released 9/Sep/2009 ]
Meticulously re-mastered 'Abbey Road' now features new packaging, and a booklet including detailed notes. For a limited period, the CD will also be embedded with a brief documentary film about the album.
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Cat Stevens
Tea for the Tillerman
[ Island Records CD / CD - released 19/Jul/2000 ]
Now re-mastered, this 1970 album from Cat Stevens is considered to be the best of his career. 'Tea for the Tillerman' presents one catchy song after another, containing deep lyrical content that resounds just as clearly in the 21st century.
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Carole King & James Taylor
Live at the Troubadour
[ Hear Music / Concord / 2 CD/DVD - released 27/May/2010 ]
In November 2007, James Taylor; Carole King; and members of their renowned original band, "The Section", returned to the Troubadour (after some 36 odd years) for a three-night, six-show run to celebrate the venue's 50th anniversary...