The decades-long wait will soon be over. Original Beach Boys Al Jardine, Mike Love, and Brian Wilson have teamed up with Capitol/EMI to collect and compile the band’s legendary 1966-’67 sessions for the never-completed “SMiLE” album.
EMI’s “Why Pink Floyd …?” campaign includes expanded and remastered album packages paired with restored concert footage, plus a new single-disc best-of collection.
New compilation from Virgin includes 15 songs from her days with Modern Records
Artists and songwriters from across the EMI family have been supporting the Red Cross to raise funds fo people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Each package comes with single B-sides, videos and much more
If reports are true that EMI is putting the famed London recording studios up for sale to ease its debt problems, the world could find out soon.
A team of engineers at EMI Music’s Abbey Road Studios in London have spent more than four years digitally remastering The Beatles’ original catalog for the first time. The results will be released by Apple Corps Ltd. and EMI on individual CDs and CD box sets Sept. 9, 2009, simultaneously with “The Beatles: Rock Band” video game.
In Part 3, Bobby Vee talks about his studio sessions in Clovis, working with Bob Dylan and his experiences recording on the Liberty label.
“The curtains opened and there was this sea of screaming girls. It completely threw me off my balance,” a still shell-shocked John Taylor recalls. The Duran Duran bassist fumbles for words, “I had no idea … I mean, I felt … I don’t know, it was like somebody pulling the rug out from under you.”