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BBC Radio 2, the UK’s most listened to radio station, proudly announces the line-up for one of the summer’s most-anticipated music festivals - BBC Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park - which takes place on Sunday 15 September in London.
The most successful duo in UK music history, Pet Shop Boys will headline the concert, performing a selection of hits from their award-winning catalogue of classics.
Echo & The Bunnymen - ‘The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983’ is a collection of all the Radio 1 John Peel sessions that they performed in the formative years of the band. Released on 6th September, a limited numbered run of 500 red double LP’s (red because of the bands love of Liverpool Football Club) will be available here! Double black-LP and a CD will also be available on the same date through all other retailers.
We’re bang right in the middle of festival season where we celebrate another year of sunshine (fingers crossed with this British weather!), marvellous music and… sexism?
The music industry has always been notoriously bad at gender equality. From the lack of females working in the music industry, both on and off stage, to winning big-name awards such as the GRAMMYs and the BRIT award, the business still seems to be old-fashioned and haven’t get caught up that we are now a society of equality.
The Legendary Singer’s 2001 Hits Collection Makes Its Vinyl Debut As A Double-LP Set With Classics Like “Hairdresser On Fire” And “Everyday Is Like Sunday”
Many artists rarely get the kind of exposure afforded by their own deaths. Thereby opening themselves up to the kind of coverage in the media unheard of before, certainly to cult artists such as Ian Curtis from Joy Division or even to someone like David Bowie who was surely the biggest cult artist of them all. Queen are another good example of a band who were huge when at their peak in 1975-1979 but when Freddie passed away they became even more popular. Unfortunately in most of these cases the music deteriorates and quality is lost but however a new found popularity is won.
LA Woman is a sublime city soundscape. From the cars hissing by the window, to the waves down on the beach; The Doors’ 1971 masterpiece, recorded in Los Angeles, seems to perfectly capture the time and place.
Featuring classic Doors tracks ‘Riders on The Storm’ and ‘Love Her Madly’, LA Woman would be their final album with frontman Jim Morrison, who died three months later aged just 27.