LP pressing of this album from the Fab Four comes housed in replicated artwork. The Beatles were just about to make their big transition from mop-topped British Invaders to the innovators of psychedelic rock in the mid- to late-60s "Rubber Soul."
Archive collection containing the very first professional recordings made by beloved Country icon, Dolly Parton, when she was just 13 years old. Also includes rare recordings from the early '60s of Dolly singing songs made famous by Kitty Wells including
The Prisoner is Herbie Hancock's final jazz album. The title tracks and liner notes comment on the struggles of black America emerging from early '60s, an extended metaphor of The Prisoner, rising from MLK's “I have Dream” to the “Promise of the Sun“.