Posts Tagged 'Classic Album'

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

For the first time we are heading to Ireland and we’re bringing along Ziggy Stardust producer Ken Scott for the inside scoop on the album that catapulted Bowie to fame.

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CAS Oslo presents THE ALLER VÆRSTE! – ‘Materialtretthet’ (Den Gode Hensikt, 1980)

Join us for a special event in Oslo as we dig deep into another Norwegian classic.

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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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Classic Album Sundays & Jazz Café Present: Kind Of New

We are delighted to announce our first ever series of live music events at one of London’s most iconic venues.

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Fela Kuti ‘Zombie’ Poster

Carl Glover designs another excellent poster for our Album of the Month Series – this time in celebration of Fela Kuti’s ‘Zombie.’

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The Strokes ‘Is This It’ Vinyl Giveaway

Our friends at Rough Trade records have kindly supplied us with a copy of ‘Is This It’ and one of our lucky followers is going to win it!

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Classic Album Sundays presents Dr. Dre ‘The Chronic’

We close the year with one of the defining albums of the 90s and a milestone in rap, Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic’.

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Contemporary Classics 003: Burial ‘Untrue’ with guests Benji B and Blackdown

Often regraded as one of the key sounds of modern London, we look back at Burial’s debut album with two of the capital’s most respected figures in electronic music.

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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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A Roy Orbison Hologram Will Tour The UK In 2018

As part of a growing wave of 3D-projected posthumous performance projects (including the likes of Michael Jackson and Tupac Shakur), Roy Orbison will tour the UK next year, in holographic form, backed by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

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