All Time Greatest Blues Songs 3 CD received a wonderful review from Village Records.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a better deal for the consumer in any genre than this generous collection of early to contemporary blues. This is like a college course spread over three discs for the price of a worn out text book. This set offers up all of the great masters in one place for a change. Forty-two tracks in all featuring, Robert Johnson, Elmore James, John Lee Hooker, B. B. King, Canned Heat, Howlin’ Wolf, Leadbelly, Slim Harpo and many others. You’ll be drowning in blues by the end of the third disc.
Purchase the CD set here: All Time Greatest Blues
AAO Music Proudly salutes the olympians and paralympians of the London 2012 Olympic Games with the Stubblefield and Hall’s classic “Best Of The Best”.
Check it out here: Best Of The Best by Stubblefield and Hall
AAO Music is proud to announce the signing of the young Dutch born DJ XPlode. After witnessing the growing support and respect from clubbers in Holland, AAO decided to help develop this young and impressive talent. The plan is to release more digital music in the future culminating with a debut album release in 2013.
XPlode has just released his very first single called “Dance ‘Till Sunset”. The single was self produced by XPlode and this dance track is certainly a party starter and will certainly get you moving. The single was released in a digital format only and is now available through iTunes, Amazon, and most other online retailers.
We are receiving information that AAO Music is interfering in Connie Talbot video files on YouTube, this is incorrect. AAO Music has and continues to support Connie Talbot an artist it has been proud to help develop in North America. However AAO was notified by CT Global Enterprises Inc., a company which we understand controls Connie Talbot’s exclusive rights for the world outside the UK, that it was going to enforce its much abused rights by third parties and Connie Talbot fan groups. It is CT Global who are having content removed.
Prodigy, one-half of the legendary NY duo Mobb Deep, became a free man on Monday (March 7) after serving around three years behind bars for a weapons possession conviction. While behind bars, P conducted some controversial interviews, and even penned a blog for Vibe on a variety of topics, including conspiracy theories … and even wrote a memoir, titled My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, which he’ll be releasing next month.
Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell continues to support his solo project Bucket & Co. and the new album Guitars, Beers & Tears with another round of shows. The dates will feature solo acoustic shows and full band shows.
Guitars, Beers & Tears is available in stores nationwide as well as online and digital sites.
The Collector’s Edition tin includes 2 full length CDs and a full length DVD as well as a promotional bandana. Features include commentary from Prodigy, Alchemist and Steve Solas and many other surprises.
H.N.I.C. Pt. 2 returns “P” to the more edgy real life street tales that have been Mobb Deep’s signature for nearly a decade.