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We're back at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018 with CAS NYC Barbie Bertisch for a weekend of listening events.
Recorded whilst he was undergoing hospital treatment, J Dilla made one of the most important hip hop albums in the early 21st century.
“We've got nothing at all to say, just to listen to the music, that is what's important." – Robin Guthrie
A modern classic that defined early 21st century New York City.
'Both Directions at Once' remarkably captures a band in the heat of their critical and commercial prime, pushed and pulled by Coltrane’s restless creativity.
Amidst a sordid backdrop, including Morrison's conviction for indecent exposure in Miami, The Doors return to their roots with their last studio album recorded with their singer.
Off The Wall wasn’t Michael’s first solo album, but it was the opportunity to start from scratch--to put the Motown years and childhood star behind and become arguably the greatest performer in history.
We'll be hosting an area at this years Audio Fest with album playbacks throughout the weekend.
The next in our series of blogs leading up to this years Rocky Mountain Audio Fest features the album that saw the veteran songwriter distill the essence of an era.
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