From the sublime to the outlandish – and all stops in between. 85 covers of Beatles songs for your lasting entertainment.
Bumper package expands on all the joys of janglemasters, The Bluebells, making us all feel eternally young at heart. (And possibly old.)
A few beers, a band and a Saturday night,. The ensemble that made pub rock a brand. The Brinsley Schwarz anthology.
Wilfully avoiding the mainstream, Edgar Broughton remains resolutely underground and genre curious. Welcome back!
Latterday Ayers polishes up pretty well, providing a rare treat.
The story continues – two more albums from National Treasures Stackridge get the Cherry Red deluxe reissue treatment
Late Seventies Hawkwind collected – the Studio & Live Recordings 1977-1979. A huge 10 disc set brimming with content!
Expanded version of the end of Island’s love affair with Martyn, studio, live and with added Dave Gilmour.
The Family man’s solo adventures continue: Installment 2 in the Cherry Red/Esoteric Roger Chapman reissue programme
Astonishing game, set and match from Hartley, overlooked and underloved bandleader with a prescient knack for where blues, soul and jazz meet, his band(s) masters of all.
1970s Rock band Babe Ruth are celebrated in a collection of their three albums for the Harvest record label.
The earliest solo ventures of Family’s dynamic frontman, Roger Chapman – remastered and expanded
The 2007 album from The Cult, expanded with a disc of bonus material. Astbury and Duffy, friends briefly reunited.
An alternative appraisal of those classic 70s years when may were Riding The Rock Machine – by Grapefruit Records
A live vintage recording from Yes member Bill Bruford’s band, Bruford, to rival more recent recordings from his Yes colleague’s current new releases and re-releases.