Grammy Award-winning Faith Hill releases her first home video, When The Lights Go Down, featuring a dozen live performances from one of the biggest stars in country and pop on DVD. Including hits from her 2002 #1 album, Cry, When The Lights Go Down adds bonus performances not seen on an NBC concert special that aired in November and was subsequently the hightest-rated CMT special of the year. With the behind-the-scenes, making-of story told by the singer, and additional bonus footage, the lights come up on Faith Hill in When The Lights Go Down.
One of the hippest jazz pairings on the LA scene in the early 60s – presented here in a 2CD set with nearly 4 albums' worth of material! First up is the well-titled Remarkable Carmell Jones – one of the few sessions cut as a leader by trumpeter Carmell Jones – a wonderfully talented player from LA, who was one of the leading lights in that city's hardbop scene during the early 60s! The set grooves like the best Blue Note sessions of the time – Jones leading a combo that features Harold Land on tenor, Frank Strazzeri on piano, Gary Peacock on bass, and Leon Pettis on drums – all working with a careful blend of soul jazz and modern influences, on a wonderful batch of well-written tunes.
Essence, released in 1962, allows space for improvising around the charts provided by vibraphonist Gary McFarland. Arranged by Lewis, it featuring an array of jazz greats including Eric Dolphy, Phil Woods, Freddie Hubbard, Benny Golson, Jimmy Giuffre, and Jim Hall.