The biggest selling of all Steeleye Span albums is also their hardest rocking record. They sound like would-be competitors to the Who on the opening bars of "The Wife of Usher's Well," with Bob Johnson's electric guitar grinding out power chords like nobody's business…
This latest release from the Phish Archives, a 6-CD box was recorded live April 14, 1993 and August 16, 1993 at American Theatre in St. Louis, MO. In 1993, Phish was touring following the release of their fourth album Rift, and rapidly expanding into colleges and theaters as word spread about their renowned live performances. St. Louis '93 captures the band at two stand-out shows on consecutive tours at the l,750-Seat Beaux Arts style American Theatre. St. Louis '93 was recorded in stereo from the soundboard by Paul Languedoc and mastered by Fred Kevorkian.
This box set contains 300 tracks, digitally remastered and compiled over 15 discs. Includes all of Louis Armstrong's hits, hundreds of rarities and the complete discography.
Together Alone is the debut studio album released by Dutch singer Anouk. It was highly successful in the Netherlands and featured three top 30 singles: "Nobody's Wife", "It's So Hard" and "Sacrifice"…
Verve Records was originally the product of the vision of jazz impressario Norman Granz (1918-2001). He formed the label in 1956 and moved all of the recordings released on his earlier Norgran Records and Clef Records labels to create the new Verve catalog.
Awesome 100 CD set containing a plethora of classic Big Band sounds from the era when Benny Goodman's 'Let's Dance' became the motto of an entire country…in fact, the whole world! The Big Band Box takes you from the formation of the original Big Band of Fletcher Henderson to the 17-piece line-up of Stan Kenton's Progressive Jazz. This 100-CD set is a fantastic tour through almost all the big bands / directors of note from the 1930s to 1950.
À Deauville, Lucien Moreau, flanqué de sa femme et de sa nièce, Sophie, vient occuper la villa qu'il a louée avec son ami Maurice Dubois, accompagné de sa séduisante épouse. Sur la route une rivalité de volant a opposé Lucien à un petit monsieur rageur et vindicatif. À l'arrivée, il tombe sur son patron féru de camping, qui lui compliquera la vie durant ces vacances tourmentées. La villa se révèle être en triste état, sans parler du ton cassant de sa propriétaire, Mme Couffinous, du machiavélisme des commerçants épiciers du quartier, des bévues du porteur de bagages.