Musicians who desperately need a comprehensive box set

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Crestfallen, Sep 4, 2019.

  1. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

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    Supposedly the original plan for Beckology was to have another disc with live and guest appearances which was nixed by the record label.
     
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  2. Crawdad

    Crawdad Detroit Rock Citizen

    Mike Crawley
    Mike Crawley
    Mike Crawley
     
  3. JakeKlas

    JakeKlas Impatiently waiting for an 8-track revival

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    United States
    Adrian Belew

    Relatively little attention to his work outside of King Crimson, especially his solo albums.

    And I imagine he has a ton of unreleased material which is always nice for a box set.
     
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  4. pokemaniacjunk

    pokemaniacjunk Forum Resident

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    south paris maine
    Supertramp
     
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  5. Mojo7575

    Mojo7575 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Hawaii
    J.J. Cale
    Manassas
    Ten Tears After/Alvin Lee
    Michael Chapman
    Dire Straits
    Amazing Rhythm Aces
    Eric Clapton: Crossroads 3 (Live 1980-2010)
    Tom Petty: Covers (must include Bye Bye Johnny!)
    Peter Tosh: Live 75-85 (" " Pick Myself Up)
    Eagles: Live 74-80 ( " " Outlaw Man)
     
  6. Rubberpigg

    Rubberpigg Forum Resident

    Bob Seger
     
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  7. Bob_Rush

    Bob_Rush Forum Resident

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    Mt. Pleasant, SC
    Marshall Tucker Band

    Bob
     
  8. veloso2

    veloso2 Forum Resident

    that petrol emotion
     
  9. Picca

    Picca Forum Resident

    Location:
    Modena, Italy
    Bob Seger
    JJ Cale
    Bonnie Raitt
    Ry Cooder
    Warren Zevon
    Mink De Ville
    John Hiatt
    Black Crowes
     
  10. Zappateer

    Zappateer Forum Resident

    Professor Longhair
     
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  11. Zappateer

    Zappateer Forum Resident

    Bo Diddley post Chess
     
  12. elvismcdouglas

    elvismcdouglas Forum Resident

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    bay area, ca
    P A U L

    W E S T E R B E R G
     
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  13. dlemaudit

    dlemaudit Forum Resident

    Location:
    France, Paris area
    obvious ones to me :
    Jonathan Richman starting with The Modern Lovers
    Feelies
    both American national treasures and don't even have any deluxe version of any of their albums

    Teenage Fan Club
    Scotland national treasure and don't even have any deluxe version of any of their albums

    The Saints ( Chris Bailey Mark 2 line up, original line up with Ed Kuepper has been covered )
    Australian national treasure and don't even have any deluxe version of any of their albums
     
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  14. thehatandbeard

    thehatandbeard Forum Resident

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    UK
    Cornershop
     
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  15. jumpinjulian

    jumpinjulian Forum Resident

    Van Halen
    Ween - they have so many album outtakes it’s ridiculous. They even play many of them regularly in their live sets.
     
  16. TheGoodDoctor

    TheGoodDoctor It used to go something like that

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    London
    Pavement would be a good candidate.
     
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  17. EddieMann

    EddieMann I used to be a king...

    Location:
    Geneva, IL. USA.
    Rockpile.
     
  18. newelectricmuse

    newelectricmuse charm, strangeness and quark

    Location:
    London
    I don't know how much I personally want a box set (I would like one of it was all rare or unreleased, not so much if it had a lot of previously released material) but:
    Van Morrison

    We've only really had The Philosophers Stone 2CD set which was excellent, and also labelled Volume 1 incidentally!

    Apart from that we've had the expanded Moondance and It's too late to stop now sets. There have been some odd tracks on reissues (mostly one or two on each) but for someone with such a large catalogue there's very little. There hasn't been any official live archive material, which bearing in mind Van's reputation for extending songs in concert and playing covers is surprising. I would also like to see some live videos - not all of the Rainbow footage was released with ITLTSN; we have the excellent Montreux 74/80 DVD, but nothing else from the 60s/70s/80s. In Ireland hasn't been released on DVD, or the Arena Special with Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker etc.

    Maybe he releases most of what he records, or maybe it's just because he's not bothered!
     
  19. Luvtemps

    Luvtemps Forum Resident

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    P.G.County,Md.
    Well....Major Lance-The Manhattans.
     
  20. kwadguy

    kwadguy Senior Member

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    Cambridge, MA
    Given the proliferation of "complete album collections" and the trivial ability to create playlists on streaming services to effectively create giant greatest hits sets, I don't think "desperately in need" are words I'd apply to many artists, or many boxes.

    Cases, where there's a huge missed opportunity, would be artists like Stevie Wonder, where he's apparently sitting on tons of unreleased material, and few of the existing releases have been mastered using the original tapes. But generally speaking, the days of the box set as a prestigious bulky best of are dead and gone.
     
  21. Bill007

    Bill007 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Boynton Beach, Fla
    Van Morrison
     
  22. _David_

    _David_ Forum Resident

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    Cardiff, U.K.
    The Apartments (Australian band). Would love to see a remastered set of studio albums / live tracks / rarities.
     
  23. Instant Dharma

    Instant Dharma Fish or a mountain to scale

    Location:
    East Bay, Ca
    Peter Hammill
     
  24. Albert Hille

    Albert Hille Active Member

    Location:
    Vancouver
    John Prine
     
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  25. skydropco

    skydropco Rock 'n Roll Nurse

    Paul Revere & The Raiders
    Loretta Lynn
    The Typhoons
     

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