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When ABBA took the stage, their experience and professionalism showed. Audiences and critics were astounded that ABBA could reproduce their studio sound live. Although principally promoting their recent `Voulez-Vous' album, the set covered highlights throughout their career and contained a rare performance of Agnetha's "I'm Still Alive". The concert is available once again on 180g triple vinyl, produced by Ludvig Andersson and half-speed mastered at Abbey Road Studios by Miles Showell.
The group went back to the basics (and the basement) for WAKE UP, SUNSHINE. Throughout 2019, the four musicians—Alex Gaskarth [vocals, guitar], Jack Barakat [guitar, vocals], Zack Merrick [bass, vocals], and Rian Dawson [drums]—congregated together in Nashville at Rian’s studio and at a Palm Springs rental house. Face-to-face, they wrote and recorded the 15-song affair joined by co-writer, producer, and collaborator Zakk Cervini.
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars are captured in rare form during these live recordings from 1956 and 1957, which are finally making their vinyl debut with this 180-gram Pallas pressing from ORG Music. The album features a great collection of tunes which had become staples of Armstrong's live shows, including his perennial opener, "Indiana"; the crowd favorite, "Tiger Rag"; the always joyful, "When The Saints Go Marching In"; and of course the wonderful title-cut, "Basin Street Blues." Satch's frontline band at the time also boasted the very distinctive sounds of trombonist Trummy Young and clarinetist Ed Hall who are heard here in full force.