The earliest solo ventures of Family’s dynamic frontman, Roger Chapman – remastered and expanded
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
An extensive collection of the new and the old from the archive of the prolific Anthony Phillips.
Classic Strawbs re-form and hit the ground running! Esoteric Recordings release The Broken Hearted Bride.
The glory years of Canadian/American giants – repackaged. Head off on a Magic Carpet Ride with Steppenwolf.
Esoteric Records bring us another outstanding Al Stewart package, their third to date. The excellent Time Passages album was recorded at the latter end of the Seventies as Al was redefining his image as a musical raconteur.
The expanded and remastered Time Honoured Ghosts – here’s Barclay James Harvest from 1975.
A huge Be Bop Deluxe live collection that expands on the Live In The Air Age album.
A new look at the first three albums from the Ultimate Experimentalists, Third Ear Band.
Collected works of one of the 70s most interesting and musically able bands – Greenslade.
Olias Of Sunhillow by Jon Anderson – arguably the best of the Yes solo albums that sprung out as the band took a break in 1975/6
The final Be Bop Deluxe album, Drastic Plastic is truly Plastic Fantastic, making its bow to complete an excellent reissue series.
The Edgar Broughton Band get their 75-82 albums packed into a Deluxe Clamshell Boxset of Warwick proto-punks’ later works.
In the same year as Jon Anderson released his 1000 Hands album he goes back to almost the start of his solo catalogue with a reissue of Song Of Seven.
Classic 1975 solo album from Yes bassman Chris Squire gets the remix treatment – and more…