Here are music releases to consider for this Friday, November 6, 2015, including the Beatles 1+ package and the new Bob Dylan Bootleg Series from Legacy.
Dark Hall Mansion reveals an officially licensed Beatles limited edition print, “Pepperland” (influenced by Yellow Submarine) by Marq Spusta, on sale October 27th, 2015.
For Lennon’s 75th birthday event, the English singer-songwriter of Herman’s Hermits fame has released “I Can’t Imagine (A Tribute To John Lennon).”
“Lennon” collects John Lennon’s eight remastered solo albums on vinyl for the very first time, with each being an authentic reproduction of the original U.K. pressing.
Ringo Starr’s new album is a lot like seeing him in performance; it’s all about kicking back and having a good time.
The Uwe Blaschke Beatles Collection — part of Heritage Auctions’ Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Auction — realized more than $409,000.
Irish pop monsters Pugwash hit it out of the park in grand style, and The New Trocaderos come back with a blast of punk/pop, and in-your-face rock ‘n’ roll.
Two lots of the Beatles’ 1963 album “Please Please Me” topped all the records sold on eBay in the month of August 2015.
Classical Music hits another crescendo with records sold on eBay in July, 2015 (and, of course, Beatles records made their presence known again). Here is a list of the biggies sold.
Allen Klein wasn’t a musician, producer, arranger or composer, yet he altered the course of rock’n’roll by sticking up for his clients against the corporations. He got filthy rich doing so yet the more he made, the more he wanted. This is the story of a megalomaniac who fought battles for Sam Cooke, the Stones, Beatles, Who, Kinks, Animals and Donovan, but lost the ultimate battle for himself.