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back catalogue

n
(Pop Music) the recordings that a musician has made in the past, as distinct from his or her current recording
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BABYBIRD PHOTOSYNTHESIS If what you remember of Stephen Jones' back catalogue is You're Gorgeous, leave your expectations on the floor and step into a whole new world of sounds.
And, not forgetting his back catalogue, we launch into a few Oasis anthemic tunes that fans, despite how much they love his new music, just can't get enough of.
MAXIMO Park have got a sizeable back catalogue in their locker but get ready for it to sound VERY different when the local lads take to the stage with Royal Northern Sinfonia for a very special night.
BASTILLE have announced a UK tour for April 2018 - giving their back catalogue a classical reworking.
Neil and Chris Lowe are growing old gracefully (they'll have us believe) but they are still on the road and loving it (although you're never quite sure with Chris!) They've been around since Adam was a lad and they've built up a huge back catalogue.
Another wee reminder that the Portico in Portaferry is hosting the latest of its fine Loughry Lively Sessions tomorrow, this time with The 4 of Us at the helm when brothers Brendan and Declan Murphy will treat fans to some of their great new songs from their Sugar Island record as well as, no doubt, a selection of the hits from a back catalogue that ranks them among the best Irish bands ever.
Singer Marti Pellow - who has starred in West End productions including Chicago - hinted that the band's back catalogue could soundtrack a show.
And with a back catalogue that spans nearly four decades - from his Motown days with the mighty Commodores to his stellar solo career - this is a man who has plenty of hits to offer.
Tom Jones performs some of his greatest hits, Jess Glynne tops off a great year with songs from her debut album, and Paul Weller steams into the studio on the back of a sold-out British tour to perform songs from his 12th solo album Saturns Pattern - and a treat or two from the Jam's back catalogue.
At the Manchester Arena Departs 23 & 25 May 2015 Join us as Britain's best-loved band, Take That, perform songs from their 7th studio album, III and epic back catalogue of hits in what is sure to be one of the concerts of the year.
Their shared passion for music sees them tear their way through Motorhead's back catalogue with energy and flair, adding to the show with storming covers of tunes from their favourite bands, including Black Sabbath and more.