Welcome to this week's Release Round-Up! David Bowie, Spying Through a Keyhole: Demos and Unreleased Songs (Parlophone) (Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. / Amazon Canada) Spying Through a Keyhole: Demos and Unreleased Songs is the new box set with four seven-inch vinyl singles of some of Bowie's earliest material. It will feature nine rare, monaural recordings, including mostly solo vocal-and-guitar versions of familiar songs ("Space Oddity" in its earliest known version, "London Bye Ta Ta,"
After an astounding 2018 for Barry White reissues, including a box of remastered albums as well as complete singles sets for not only himself but girl group Love Unlimited and backing group The Love Unlimited Orchestra, UMe is preparing more "White gold" for fans next month. This time, The Love Unlimited Orchestra's first seven albums will be collected as The 20th Century Records Albums (1973-1979) on March 29. White sumptuous arrangements for the orchestra were readily apparent on his own
Barry White's final album, released in 1999, was fittingly titled Staying Power--and with a career that stretched across three decades and produced some of the most enduring pop-soul of the disco era and beyond, it's as good as any a description for the late, great White's discography. Just in time for Valentine's Day, UMe puts fans in the mood for love with an assortment of new compilations devoted to his tenure on 20th Century Records Born Barry Eugene Carter in Galveston, Texas, the