The band announced that they would be taking a two year “hiatus” in June 2009, but in November of that year, guitarist Chad Taylor revealed that Ed Kowalczyk was no longer part of the band. Lead singer and primary songwriter Kowalczyk released a solo album Alive in June 2010, while the other three members of Live formed a new band, The Gracious Few, with singer Kevin Martin and guitarist Sean Hennesy from the band Candlebox. Their self-titled album was released in September 2010.
On March 12, 2012 Chris Shinn, formerly the lead singer of the band Unified Theory, was revealed to have joined Live when he played with them at a show at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center in York. Live’s first major tour with Shinn was as part of the Summerland Tour 2013, playing 35 shows across the US.
The first single from The Turn, “The Way Around Is Through” was released on September 16, 2014. Live have also released full versions of the tracks “Siren’s Call”, “We Open the Door”, “Natural Born Killers” and “Don’t Run to Wait” via Youtube, each with an introduction by Chad Taylor. – Wikipedia
1989 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on October 27, 2014, through Big Machine Records. Swift began planning this project in 2013 and continued work into 2014, during which time Swift collaborated with producers including Max Martin and Shellback. Their efforts resulted in her “first documented, official pop album”, which represents a musical departure from the country pop styles in her earlier work. The album’s title is the year Swift was born.
“Shake It Off” was released as the lead single from 1989 on August 18, 2014. It debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, becoming Swift’s second number one single in the country and the 22nd track to debut in the peak position on that chart in Billboard history. – Wikipedia
|1||Welcome to New York||3:32|
|4||Out of the Woods||3:55|
|5||All You Had to Do Was Stay||3:13|
|6||Shake It Off||3:39|
|7||I Wish You Would||3:27|
|10||How You Get the Girl||4:07|
|12||I Know Places||3:15|
|15||You Are in Love||4:27|
Jefferson Airplane was an American rock band formed in San Francisco, California in 1965. A pioneer of psychedelic rock, Jefferson Airplane was the first band from the San Francisco scene to achieve international mainstream success. Their 1967 record Surrealistic Pillow is regarded as one of the key recordings of the “Summer of Love”. The band performed at the three most famous American rock festivals of the 1960s—Monterey (1967), Woodstock (1969) and Altamont (1969)—as well as headlining the first Isle of Wight Festival. Two hits from the album “Somebody to Love” and “White Rabbit”, are listed in Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time”. Successor bands to Jefferson Airplane include Jefferson Starship and Starship; spinoffs include Hot Tuna and KBC Band. Jefferson Airplane was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.
Jefferson Starship is an American rock band formed in the early 1970s by several members of the former psychedelic rock group Jefferson Airplane. The band has undergone several major changes in personnel and genres through the years while retaining the same Jefferson Starship name. The current Jefferson Starship, led by co-founder Paul Kantner, more closely resembles its original mix of psychedelic and electric folk music than the pop-driven tunes it was widely known for in the early to mid-1980s. It is not to be confused with Starship, a spin-off of the group featuring former co-lead singer Mickey Thomas that also periodically tours. The latter group is most frequently identified with the 1980s pop tunes of the Jefferson Starship.
In June 1984, Paul Kantner, the last remaining founding member of Jefferson Airplane, left Jefferson Starship, and then took legal action over the Jefferson Starship name against his former bandmates. Kantner settled out of court and signed an agreement that neither party would use the names “Jefferson” or “Airplane” unless all members of Jefferson Airplane, Inc. (Bill Thompson, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady) agreed. The band briefly changed its name to Starship Jefferson while legal proceedings occurred, but ultimately the name was reduced to Starship. Freiberg stayed with the band after the lawsuit and attended the first studio sessions for the next album. He became frustrated with the sessions because all the keyboard work in the studio was being done by Peter Wolf (who had played on the sessions for Nuclear Furniture and briefly joined the band on the road for the follow-up tour) and that was the instrument Freiberg was supposed to be playing. He left the band and the next album was finished with the five remaining members. In 1984, Gabriel Katona (who had previously played in Rare Earth and Player) joined the band to play keyboards and saxophone on the road with them through the end of 1986. – Wikipedia
|1||Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now|
|2||We Built This City|
|4||It’s Not Over (‘Til It’s Over)|
|5||It’s Not Enough|
|6||Count On Me|
|9||With Your Love|
|11||Find Your Way Back|
|12||No Way Out|
|13||Somebody to Love|
|15||Tomorrow Doesn’t Matter Tonight|
|16||Winds of Change|
|17||Be My Lady|
|19||Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil|
|20||Layin’ It on the Line|
|21||Pretty as You Feel|
|22||Watch Her Ride|
|23||Set the Night to Music|
|25||Hearts of The World Will Understand|
|27||Light the Sky On Fire|
|28||Before I Go|
|29||Save Your Love|
|30||Stairway To Cleveland|
|31||Can’t Find Love|
|35||Play On Love|
|36||Sorry Me, Sorry You|
|37||Girl with the Hungry Eyes|
|38||Crown of Creation|
|40||I Didn’t Mean to Stay All Night|
|41||Ride the Tiger|
|43||Long John Silver|
|44||My Best Friend|
|45||Plastic Fantastic Lover|
The untitled fourth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, commonly referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, was released on 8 November 1971 on Atlantic Records. Produced by guitarist Jimmy Page, it was recorded between December 1970 and March 1971 at several locations, most prominently the Victorian house Headley Grange.
After the group’s 1970 album Led Zeppelin III received lukewarm reviews from critics, Page decided their fourth album would officially be untitled. This, along with the inner sleeve’s design featuring four symbols that represented each band member, led to the album being referred to variously as the Four Symbols logo, Four Symbols, The Fourth Album, Untitled, Runes, The Hermit, and ZoSo (which was derived from Page’s symbol). In addition to lacking a title, the original cover featured no band name, as the group wished to be anonymous and to avoid easy pigeonholing by the press.
Led Zeppelin IV was a commercial and critical success, producing many of the band’s most well-known songs, including “Black Dog”, “Rock and Roll”, “Going to California”, and the band’s signature song, “Stairway to Heaven”. The album is one of the best-selling albums worldwide at 37 million units, and with a 23-times platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America, it is the third-best-selling album in the United States. Writers and critics have regularly cited it on lists of rock’s greatest albums. – Wikipedia
A remastered version of Led Zeppelin IV was reissued on 27 October 2014, along with Houses of the Holy. The reissue comes in 6 formats: a standard CD edition, a deluxe 2 CD edition, a standard LP version, a deluxe 2 LP version, a super deluxe 2 CD + 2 LP version with a hardback book, and as high resolution 96k/24-bit digital downloads. The deluxe and super deluxe editions feature bonus material. The reissue was released with a negative version of the original album’s artwork as its bonus disk’s cover.
|2||Rock and Roll||3:40|
|3||The Battle of Evermore||5:51|
|4||Stairway to Heaven||8:02|
|5||Misty Mountain Hop||4:38|
|7||Going to California||3:31|
|8||When the Levee Breaks||7:07|
|1||Black Dog (Basic Track with Guitar Overdubs)||4:34|
|2||Rock and Roll (Alternate Mix)||3:39|
|3||The Battle of Evermore (Mandolin/Guitar Mix From Headley Grange)||4:13|
|4||Stairway to Heaven (Sunset Sound Mix)||8:03|
|5||Misty Mountain Hop (Alternate Mix)||4:45|
|6||Four Sticks (Alternate Mix)||4:33|
|7||Going to California (Mandolin/Guitar Mix)||3:34|
|8||When the Levee Breaks (Alternate U.K. Mix)||7:08|
Houses of the Holy is the fifth studio album by British rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on 28 March 1973. It is their first album composed of entirely original material, and represents a musical turning point for the band, who had begun to record songs with more layering and production techniques.
Containing some of the band’s most famous songs, including “The Song Remains the Same”, “The Rain Song” and “No Quarter”, Houses of the Holy became a huge success, and was certified eleven times platinum by the RIAA. In 2012, it was ranked #148 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
The title track was recorded for the album, but was delayed until the band’s next release, Physical Graffiti, two years later.
A remastered version of Houses of the Holy was reissued on 27 October 2014, along with their untitled fourth album. The reissue comes in 6 formats: a standard CD edition, a deluxe 2 CD edition, a standard LP version, a deluxe 2 LP version, a super deluxe 2 CD + 2 LP version with a hardback book, and as high resolution 96k/24-bit digital downloads. The deluxe and super deluxe editions feature bonus material. The reissue was released with a negative version of the original album’s artwork as its cover. – Wikipedia
|1||The Song Remains the Same||5:32|
|2||The Rain Song||7:39|
|3||Over the Hills and Far Away||4:50|
|Deluxe edition bonus disc|
|1||The Song Remains The Same (Guitar Overdub Reference Mix)||5:29|
|2||The Rain Song (Mix Minus Piano)||7:45|
|3||Over the Hills and Far Away (Guitar Mix Backing Track)||4:22|
|4||The Crunge (Rough Mix – Keys Up)||3:16|
|5||Dancing Days (Rough Mix with Vocal)||3:46|
|6||No Quarter (Rough Mix with JPJ Keyboard Overdubs – No Vocal)||7:03|
|7||The Ocean (Working Mix)||4:26|
Stone Temple Pilots (often abbreviated STP), currently known as Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington, is an American rock band from San Diego, California, that currently consists of brothers Robert (bass, backing vocals) and Dean DeLeo (guitar), Eric Kretz (drums, percussion), and Chester Bennington (lead vocals). Since its formation, STP’s line-up had remained unchanged until the dismissal of lead vocalist Scott Weiland in 2013, who was replaced with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park.
After forming in 1985 under the name Mighty Joe Young, the band signed with Atlantic Records and changed its name to Stone Temple Pilots. STP found immediate success in 1993 upon releasing their debut album Core (1992), and went on to become one of the most commercially successful bands of the 1990s. The band released four more studio albums: Purple (1994), Tiny Music… Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop (1996), No. 4 (1999) and Shangri-La Dee Da (2001) before separating in 2002, after which the band members partook in various projects, most notably Velvet Revolver and Army of Anyone. STP eventually reconvened in 2008 for a reunion tour, released a new self-titled album in 2010, and have been actively touring since, although Weiland was fired from the band and was replaced by Bennington in 2013. The band’s first material with Bennington, the debut studio EP High Rise, was released on October 8, 2013 through Play Pen, LLC.
While initially displaying a sound typically identified as grunge early on in its career, further releases from the band expressed a variety of influences, including psychedelic rock, bossa nova and classic rock. The band’s evolution throughout the 1990s and early 2000s involved several tumultuous periods of commercial highs and lows, brought about in part by Weiland’s well-publicized struggles with drug addiction. – Wikipedia
|3||Interstate Love Song|
|5||Big Bang Baby|
|11||Between the Lines|
|12||Days of the Week|
|14||All in the Suit That You Wear|
|15||Out of Time (with Chester Bennington)|
|17||Trippin’ on a Hole in a Paper Heart|
|18||No Way Out|
|19||Tumble in the Rough|
|20||Heaven & Hot Rods|
|21||Take a Load Off|
|23||Lady Picture Show|
|24||Sex Type Thing|
|26||Black Heart (with Chester Bennington)|
|27||Break on Through (To the Other Side)|
|28||Dead & Bloated|
|30||Art School Girl|