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The Allman Brothers Band’s 50th Anniversary celebrated with career-spanning retrospective, “Trouble No More”
The new Allman Brothers Band career retrospective, “Trouble No More: 50th Anniversary Collection,” releasing February 28 via Island Mercury/UMe will pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the pioneering Southern rock legends and their incredible body of work. Available as a 10-LP or 5-CD box set or digitally, “Trouble No More”—produced by Allman Brothers Band historians and aficionados Bill Levenson, John Lynskey and Kirk West —offers a massive selection of 61 Allman Brothers Band classics, live performances and rarities from across their 45-year career.
ABKCO Music & Records launches a year-long celebration leading up to the 90th anniversary of Sam Cooke’s birth with the January 24 release of The Complete Keen Years (1957 – 1960) CD Box Set and announces today, a series of eight vinyl editions, including several Tracey Limited titles back in print on vinyl restored with original artwork.
Forty years after Elton John became the first major Western pop star to venture behind the Iron Curtain and play the USSR, his seminal performance with percussionist extraordinaire, Ray Cooper, entitled “Live From Moscow” is to be released on 2-LP vinyl, plus 2-CD and digital formats, out January 24th via UMe.
UMe announced the 4-CD, special edition of Cream’s “Goodbye Tour Live 1968.” Set for release on February 7, 2020, this box set brings together 36 tracks, including 29 making their first appearance on CD, recorded during Cream’s farewell tour of the U.S. in October 1968 and their final UK date at London’s Royal Albert Hall on November 26th of that same year.
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