New live album recorded by legendary guitarist featuring Tommy Castro, Coco Montoya, Joe Louis Walker, Jason Ricci, Nick Moss and the late-great Johnny Bassett. Five years have passed since the release of JIM Mccarty & Friends. Jim continues to drop by the room sometimes jumping on stage to "trade guitar licks." Most of the players know him from Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Buddy Miles, Cactus, and the Rockets. When Jim sits in it's always electric. The musicians push each other and the music to a higher level. Your demand for a second CD and the quality of playing made this project a reality. Here is another round of unrehearsed impromptu jams featuring JIM Mccarty and some of the best Blues musicians in the world. JIM Mccarty & Friends II, for Blues music lovers everywhere!
Callahan is back! Eessentially an ensemble recorded live in the studio, Callahan's Apocalypse is the corpus delecti. Something happened here! If tape is like meat, this record is the whole hog! Callahan, riding on the back of his band, corrals them all & guides them single-handedly through the valley with love & ferocity. This record makes us wonder what has really happened in the last 100 years, & what will happen in the next 10. The soul of your country called and left you a message. 7 messages.
With a provocative point-counterpoint format, Rules of the Game features two widely respected professors - of widely divergent political views - in a lively discussion of how government works. Phillip Magness, a Texas Republican, and Paul Weissburg, a left-winged liberal, go head to head on such topics as "good" public administration, Congress, big business, and everyone's favorite bugaboo, bureaucratic dysfunction.
When the Hutu nationalists raised arms against their Tutsi countrymen in the African nation of Rwanda in April of 1994, the violent uprising marked the beginning of one of the darkest times in African history. Over the course of the next 100 days, brother would turn against brother, tearing families apart and resulting in the death of almost 800,000 people. Based on actual events that occurred during the uprising, Raoul Peck's affecting war drama tells the tale of two such brothers, whose differing loyalties found them on opposing sides of the conflict, and whose lives would never be the same following this tragic turn of events.