Posts Tagged 'audiophile'

Classic Album Sundays presents The Strokes ‘Is This It’

The Strokes were the epicentre of the Lower East Side’s early Noughties rock n’ roll reincarnation and this is the album that put them there.

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Classic Album Sundays at London Jazz Fest with Denys Baptiste: John Coltrane ‘A Love Supreme’

Hot on the release of his album The Late Trane, saxophonist Denys Baptiste joins us at our first event at the London Jazz Festival.

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CAS Fukuoka presents Amy Winehouse ‘Back to Black’

Join us for a special event in Fukuoka as we look back at Amy Winehouse’s second album ‘Back To Black.

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CAS Dublin presents David Bowie’s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’ with special guest Ken Scott

We are heading to Ireland for the very first time!! Ziggy Stardust producer Ken Scott will be coming along for the ride.

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Classic Album Sundays & The V&A presents Pink Floyd in 5.1

We were honoured to be asked to host sessions as part of The V&A’s Pink Floyd ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition.

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CAS Cambridge presents Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

After an unmatched 741 weeks in the album chart Dark Side of The Moon has reached iconic status for it’s music and Storm Thorgerson artwork.

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CAS Berlin presents Laurie Anderson ‘Big Science’

CAS Berlin returns with a new home, the recently re-opned Muting the Noise with Laurie Anderson’s iconic debut album.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Fela Kuti ‘Zombie’ & ‘Gentleman’

We are delighted to be featuring two albums from the founding father of afrobeat for our November events worldwide.

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Classic Album Sundays and Cambridge Jazz Festival present a tribute to Gil Scott-Heron

Join us at Cambridge Jazz Festival as we host a listening session and two screenings for the late great Gil-Scott Heron.

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The Strokes ‘Is This It’ Legacy Playlist

Influencing a who’s who of the noughties from Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Interpol to The White Stripes, ‘Is This It’ redefined the sound of modern rock.

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