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“The Art Of McCartney” Double CD, in stores TODAY! Featuring McCartney classics such as “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “My Love,” “The Long And Winding Road,” “When I’m 64,” “Let It Be,” “Helter Skelter,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Live And Let Die,” and many more recorded by some of the world’s greatest artists backed by McCartney’s long time band. Artists featured on the dics, include: Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, Heart, Steve Miller, Kiss Def Leppard, Chrissie Hynde, Paul Rodgers, Sammy Hagar, Jeff Lynne, and B.B. King among many others. This is a MUST for any Paul McCartney or Beatles fan, and is also available as a limited edition box set and on vinyl.

Three previously unreleased Queen tracks featuring late singer Freddie Mercury spearhead an exciting new Queen album, Queen Forever”, on Hollywood Records in stores now. The tracks include a long anticipated song from Queen and Michael Jackson, “There Must Be More to Life Than This,” a previously unfinished Mercury-Queen track “Let Me In Your Heart Again” originating from the band’s The Works album recording sessions, and a new stripped-down ballad version of Mercury’s first solo hit, his Giorgio Moroder collaboration, “Love Kills.” Win Queen Forever, an extended 36-track, two-CD set, celebrating the extraordinary musical path of one of the world’s greatest rock bands courtesy of Hollywood Records, Hal Leonard Publishing and Classics Du Jour.

This is an exclusive package with The Kinks best tracks from the 70s and 80s on the “Katalog” bonus disc included with expanded release of the Kinks 1971 cult-classic “Muswell Hillbillies.” Extra tracks added to this folk-rock masterpiece include demos, live tracks and other outtakes.  “Have a Cuppa Tea,” “Oklahoma USA” and more tracks are great lost classics for specialty features. The deluxe release is available now with this first CD and bonus live DVD. The “Katalog” bonus disc features many of their biggest radio hits released after Muswell through the early 80s…”Superman,” “Low Budget,” “Destroyer,” “Come Dancing,” “You Really Got Me (Live)” and more.  It even includes “Father Christmas” in time for holidays.