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The Roots ’Do You Want More?!!!??!’’ with Joe Lapan

Emphasising sparse jazz grooves and an improvisational approach, Do You Want More?!!!??! is perhaps the greatest display of jazz and hip hop combined.

Yes ‘Relayer’ with CAS Orkney’s Adrian Holmes

Relayer is a unique album in the Yes’ catalogue and represents the darker counterpart to Close To The Edge. It remains as one of the best and most influential prog albums ever.

The Stone Roses ‘The Stone Roses’ with Gina Lapsley (CAS Canterbury)

Legend has it The Stone Roses secured their first big gig supporting Pete Townsend when Ian Brown sent a charming note to the promoter: ‘I’m surrounded by skagheads. I wanna smash ‘em. Can you give us a show?’

Dire Straits ‘Dire Straits’ with Soundlux Audio’s Eric Gould at Classic...

Dire Straits' minimalist interpretation of rock had already crystallized by the time they released their eponymous debut. It is a remarkably accomplished album for a debut, and one they had difficulty surpassing throughout their career.

The Stone Roses ‘The Stone Roses’ with Gina Lapsley (CAS Canterbury)

Legend has it The Stone Roses secured their first big gig supporting Pete Townsend when Ian Brown sent a charming note to the promoter: ‘I’m surrounded by skagheads. I wanna smash ‘em. Can you give us a show?’

Pinch ‘Underwater Dancehall’ with CAS London’s Joe Muggs

The hugely ambitious debut album from Pinch changed the game for dubstep. An album that makes you feel as though you are underwater, moving through cool currents of sound, and you are dancing.

Everything But The Girl ‘Walking Wounded’ with CAS Miami’s Lolo Reskin

CAS Miami co-founder Lolo Reskin tells the story behind Everything But The Girl's ‘Walking Wounded’ streaming live from her home.

‘Buena Vista Social Club’ with CAS Barcelona’s Alejandro Asencio

This album is named after a members-only club that was opened in Havana in pre-Castro times, a period of unbelievable musical activity in Cuba.

Rush ‘Permanent Waves’ with CAS Orkney’s Adrian Holmes

The album marked a shift in the group's sound characterized by more concise arrangements and radio friendly songs, such as "The Spirit of Radio" and "Freewill", though their progressive rock blueprint is still evident with the nearly ten-minute closer "Natural Science".

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