classic rock Tag

Back To Girlschool

One of the few all-female bands to emerge from the so-called New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the late 1970s, Girlschool made the musical headlines when they collaborated with Motörhead on their St. Valentine's Day Massacre EP in 1981.   Cherry Red now represent four of the band's later albums: Girlschool (1992), 21st Anniversary: Not

Cherry Red acquire live Humble Pie recordings

Formed as a supergroup in 1969, Humble Pie boasted the talents of Steve Marriott (ex-Small Faces), Peter Frampton (ex-Herd), Greg Ridley (ex-Spooky Tooth) and Jerry Shirley. Cherry Red now represent a catchment of live recordings by the band, captured in their early 70s prime in

The Moody Blues added to Cherry Red’s catalogue

The Moody Blues' mid-Sixties recordings have been out-of-print for over a decade now. Finally, their early hits - namely, 'Go Now!' (a UK No. 1 and US Top 10), 'Everyday', 'From The Bottom Of My Heart' and 'I Don’t Want To Go On Without You'