Four-CD, 83-track box with 36-page booklet tries to summarise soul music
Everything worthwhile done in the '70s by the British Todd Rundgren
Singles and rarities collections from pioneering punk funksters
The all-encompassing world of alt.country
Huge boxed set of European jazz festival concerts
Blasting testament to Todd Rundgren's late-'70s stage rebirth
Early '70s New York singer-songwriter in retrospect
Reissued curate's eggs of debut albums from key early rappers
Remastered CD reissues of Lancastrian rockers
Self-selecting career highlights overview
Two-CD garnering of US maverick producer/songwriter's golden years. Includes rare and unreleased...
17-track retrospective proves mildly addictive
Ex-Vinegar Joe fella turned, er, '80s sex symbol celebrates 25 years of lounge lizardry
Agent 00 soul, licensed to thrill
Something for the music lover with everything
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Chronological 73-track, four-CD anthology of avant-MOR avatars
Box set of Pere Ubu frontman's five solo albums, plus bonus live material with Two Pale Boys
Four CDs of Mancunian magic from New Order's back pages, including cherry-picked album tracks, B-...
Best-of for uniquely bleak songwriter
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
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