Posts Tagged 'Classic Album Sundays'

CAS Kansas City presents Miles Davis ‘Kind Of Blue’

We’ll be hosting two sessions for ‘Kind Of Blue’ in Kansas City. This will be a very special afternoon with all proceeds going to charity.

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Album of the Month: J Dilla ‘Donuts’

Ahead of one of our most anticipated sessions, we looked in the to making of J Dilla’s legendary ‘Donuts’.

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J Dilla ‘Donuts’ Musical Lead Up Playlist

J Dilla ‘Donut’s is ten years old and to celebrate we’ve created a playlist featuring some of the music he sampled, plus some that sampled Dilla himself, enjoy!

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The John Peel Archive presents CAS on Audio Note UK with Julian Cope

Some amazing images of our evening with Julian Cope at The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts, a wonderful venue for an amazing cause!

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Classic Album Sundays presents Carole King ‘Tapestry’ 45th Anniversary

Our first album of the year is one of the most influential albums of all time and winner of no less than four Grammys. Join us to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’.

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David Bowie: Remembered Gallery

Some shots from our amazing David Bowie: Remembered evening at Brilliant Corners in London and Good Room in Brooklyn.

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J Dilla ‘Welcome 2 Detroit’ CD and Klipsch Earphones giveaway

Enter our Twitter competition for a chance to win a copy of J Dilla ‘Welcome 2 Detroit’ and a pair of Klipsch Audio Headphones.

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John Peel Archive & Classic Album Sundays on Audio Note UK: The Teardrop Explodes ‘Kilimanjaro’ with Julian Cope

For our second event with the John Peel Archive we’ll be joined by Julian Cope as he talks to us about his memories The Teardrop Explodes ‘Kilimanjaro’. What a way to start the year!

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CAS Radio Station on audioBoom

We’re proud to announce that Classic Album Sundays now has it’s own station on audioBoom!

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Classic Album Sundays presents Prince ‘Sign o’ the Times’

CAS turns purple for December as we finish 2015 in style with Prince’s opus, ‘Sign O The Times’.

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