For an artist that released only one studio album, an album that at the time wasn’t met with much commercial commotion, Jeff Buckley has posthumously become the bearer of a classic.
CAS celebrates the album that may not have made much of a mark upon its release 45 years ago, but has since become a cult classic due to its quality and timelessness.
How an hour long piece that was not intended for commercial release became a house and techno classic.
The Cure’s most commercially successful album to date even if the record company called it ‘willfully obscure’.
How Neil Young’s greatest album was spontaneously recorded in the midst of adversity and how the barn on his ranch became a loudspeaker.
CAS Presents Pixies’ alternative masterpiece ‘Doolittle’. An album that gained respect from some of rocks biggest heros, and played an integral role in the creation of a genre that defined the 1990’s.
CAS pays respect to the band that should have received far more recognition at the time of their debut release. Better late than never.
“My intention was to make a funk record, but the jazz influence kept pulling it.” – Herbie Hancock
CAS pays tribute to Lou Reed by presenting ‘Tranformer’, his first fully realized solo LP that hosts a body of poignant and timeless songs.
Roxy Music leave a moody and cinematic impression with their last studio offering.