Posts Tagged 'Rock'

CAS Portland presents The Beatles ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

Our New England HQ celebrates the album that forever changed pop music.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Lou Reed ‘Transformer’

CAS pays tribute to the legend with sessions in NYC, Tokyo, London, Portland and Glasgow.

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Album of the Month: Lou Reed ‘Transformer’

CAS pays tribute to Lou Reed by presenting ‘Tranformer’, his first fully realized solo LP that hosts a body of poignant and timeless songs.

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Captain Beefheart “Safe As Milk” presented by Paul Briggs

Domino Records’ Paul Briggs talks us through his love of the pysch-rock classic “Safe As Milk” by Captain Beefheart who subsequently influenced countless musicians.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Roxy Music ‘Avalon’

CAS London and New York City present the sexy sounds of Roxy Music’s last studio album.

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CAS presents Pink Floyd ‘Wish You Were Here’ with Storm Thorgerson and Jill Furmanovsky Exhibition

CAS joins up with the Proud Archivist to host a special session within the exhibition of Pink Floyd’s album designer. We will be joined by photographer Jill Furmanovsky who extensively photographed the band.

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Album of the Month: The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Electric Ladyland’

Jimi Hendrix takes control on his third and last album with The Experience. This album is Jimi at his experimental best.

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Classic Album Sundays presents The Jimi Hendrix Experience ‘Electric Ladyland’

CAS celebrates the 45th Anniversary of the legendary axe-man’s definitive opus, ‘Electric Ladyland’, with sessions in London, New York City, Glasgow and our new town, Portland, Maine!

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Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here” presented by Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Classic Album Sundays founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy tells us how separation and distrust of the music industry formed the basis for Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”.

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LOVE “Forever Changes” presented by Ron Like Hell

The story behind one of the greatest albums that inspired The Stone Roses, Monochrome Set, Echo & The Bunnymen, Teenage Fanclub and many others.

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