Various Artists – The Bristol Sessions Vol I

Eighteen tracks from legendary sessions that constitute The Big Bang of country music

Amon Düül II

Re-release of classic krautrock albums with bonus tracks

A Mixed Experience

The Experience's English farewell at the Albert Hall, and Hendrix's at the Isle of Wight, plus an unreleased 1970 concert

Flower Power

Twelve-year chronicle of demos and live cuts from '90s keepers of pop flame

Various Artists – At Least You Can Die With A Smile On Your Face

Twenty-two-track sampler from eclectic art-rock label

Various Artists – Reggae Love Songs

Romantic tunes played a big part in British reggae charts in the late '70s and early '80s as a new generation of aspirational, British-born black kids abandoned roots reggae in favour of our first indigenous black pop style—lover's rock. Many of the tunes were nothing more than insipid cover versions of UK pop or US soul hits, but the movement yielded a clutch of genuinely moving songs such as Sharon Forrester's "Silly, Wasn't It?" (incidentally, Melody Maker's reggae single of 1974) and Janet Kay's 1979 Top 3 hit "Silly Games", both featured here. More recent

The Last Poets

Groundbreaking proto-rap at white heat

Miss Kittin – Felix Da Housecat

Retro techno par excellence

The Fall – Listening In:Lost Singles Tracks 1990-92

Overdue collectors' B-sides bonanza

Smokey Robinson And The Miracles – 000 Baby Baby: The Anthology

Definitive 52-track compilation spanning 1958-1972
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