Flags was produced by Brooke (the first time she has self-produced) and recorded in Los Angeles. Working with a group of local US musicians, including guitarists Michael Chaves and David Levita (who played on Albertine)
Supertramp's "Breakfast In America" was the biggest selling album in the world in 1979, and #1 on the Australian Album Chart - not just on release, but also #1 for the year of 1979. It spawned several hit singles and went on to win 2 Grammy Awards, and sell in excess of 20 million copies. Following the album's release Supertramp embarked on a 10 month world tour, which arrived in Paris at the end of November. This show from the Pavillon de Paris was both filmed and recorded - the audio went on to form the basis of the 1980 live album "Paris", but the film was never released. Now for the first time, transferred and restored to full HD from the original 16mm film, this footage is available to Supertramp's legion of fans worldwide. The sound has been remixed by original sound engineer and co-producer Pete Henderson, from the original multi-tracks and can now be heard in 5.1. This is an amazing show by a legendary band, performing at their absolute peak and is a must for any Supertramp fan
'Dirty Mind' is the third studio album by Prince. It was originally released on October 8, 1980, by Warner Bros. Records as the follow-up to his commercially successful second album, 'Prince' (released in 1979).
1999' is the fifth studio album by Prince, originally released on October 27, 1982 by Warner Bros. Records.
Still, no matter how many times you may have listened to their music, you’ve never heard Led Zeppelin like this before.
On April 20th 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the surviving members of Queen, took to the stage at Wembley Stadium for the start of one of the biggest events in rock history.
Never previously available in any form, 'Miami Pop Festival', introduces the first recorded stage performances of "Hear My Train A Comin'" and "Tax Free".