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Pictures at an Exhibition - Emerson, Lake & Palmer

This album was recorded live at Newcastle City Hall on March 26, 1971. The majority of the music is ELP's interpretation of Mussorgsky's classical piece Pictures at an Exhibition with a couple of pieces written by the band thrown in.
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Dream Of The Blue Turtles - Sting

Sting had been a jazz bassist before he became a pop star with The Police and it was only natural that Sting's first post Police band would be built around young jazz stars like Branford Marsalis, Omar Hakim and Kenny Kirkland.
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Fairuz - Fairuz In America

It gives me immense pleasure to introduce the most beautiful voice among all popular entertainers in the Middle East. To our music lovers in India who are not familiar with World Music, Fairuz is a Lebanese singer who is among the most widely admired and deeply respected living singers in the Arab world. Her songs are constantly heard throughout the region.
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Jeff Beck with The Jan Hammer Group Live!

Jeff Beck - Utterly distinctive and one of the most important electric lead guitarist in rock history. Yes, one of the greatest guitar players to emerge in Rock music- only Clapton and Hendrix can truly be said to have surpassed him for imagination, excitement, technique and sheer fuel. Beck's tragedy is that he is also thoroughly inconsistent and a law purely unto himself.
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In The Court Of The Crimson King - King Crimson

This album is an uncanny masterpiece in the Art-Rock, Progressive Rock genre. A definite debut album, it is highlighted by an orchestrated vision of apocalyptic doom dominated by Ian McDonald’s Mellotron, Greg Lake’s dignified voice and ferocious guitar playing of Robert Fripp.
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Dark Side of the Moon

An absolute psychedelic masterpiece, Dark Side Of The Moon is a must have in any rock music collection. The album was released in March 1973 after nine months of meticulous work. This was the band’s magnum opus. Indeed the album which to many latter day aficionados is the Floyd.
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Moonflower – Santana

This is an extraordinarily beautiful double album often overlooked by fans because it deviated from the familiar Latin Rock sounds that Santana is known for. The music is more jazzy, and has progressive leanings, something that Santana had been heavily influenced by muscians like Miles and Trane.
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