Eagle Vision's posthumous Roy Orbison DVD retrospective culls 13 digitally restored and remastered live performances of seminal hits from the influential country-pop artist's pioneering 30-year career.
On his next studio album, soul legend Al Green is repeating history. Due Nov. 18 as the first in a new deal with Blue Note, "I Can't Stop" finds Green re-teamed with longtime collaborator Willie Mitchell. The set is being recorded at the pair's old stomping grounds, Memphis' Royal Studio.
"Seal IV," Seal's first album in five years, follows such aurally rich sets as "Human Being" and his first two albums, each named "Seal." Like these releases, "IV" was produced by Trevor Horn, who certainly knows his way around postcard-perfect musical landscapes.
Paul McCartney has begun work on his next Capitol studio album, he told fans yesterday (Sept. 18) during a cyberchat on MSN. "I'm taking it really easy and not in any hurry to get it finished -- particularly with our new arrival on the way," he said, referring to his upcoming baby with wife Heather Mills.