Call Me is a collection of original new and old music written by Reggie Britton. Some song where written for food for thought but never recorded until now songs like call me, treat me so bad and love so cold.
The owner of a suburban art gallery searches for someone to perform an exorcism after a witch casts a spell on him. Atrocious acting on the level of campy 70's B-movies.
Theese 3 LPs - recorded over three nights in February 1970 - contain Fleetwood Mac's legendary Boston tea party recordings. This is a sensational document of Fleetwood Mac at the absolute peak of their powers… This may also be the often released "Boston Tea Party" tapes from February 1970. These songs have shown up on multiple comps over the years. The Snapper 3 disc set from a few years back is the best so far. Great new mixes–nice mastering and a wonderful performance. Peter Green left the band a couple of months later but during these shows, he was still really putting a lot into it.
Francis Albert Sinatra - American singer and actor with Italian origins. Born: 12 December 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. Died: 14 May 1998 in Los Angeles, California, USA (aged 82). Beginning his musical career in the swing era with Harry James (2) and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra became a solo artist with great success in the early to mid-1940s…
Recorded on October 23 and November 6, 1968 Black Magic was released only days before Magic Sam's untimely passing on December 1, 1969. He was only 32! The album went on to win a W.C. Handy Award in the classic blues album category. This Digipak Deluxe Edition contains more than an hour of west side Chicago blues at its finest, re-mastered from the original analog tapes. The 16-page booklet contains never before seen photos at the recording session, additional color photos from the Ann Arbor Music Festival, the original liner note from the LP and a new note by producer Bob Koester.