This is one of the Decca stereo recordings of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas that does not include dialog. Thanks to the popularity of the work, it is familiar enough that missing the few plot points that occur in dialog doesn't hurt it. However, this is a somewhat disappointing performance and recording by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company compared to the others in this series of reissues. Longtime principal comedian John Reed is Ko-Ko.
A collection of the best blues ballads by Europe’s premier blues-gitarist Julian Sas. Includes a new version of A Light In The Dark, nowhere else available. Julian Sas is a 37 year old blues rocker with a large following in Germany and the Netherlands, with pockets of fans around the globe…He has already been favorably compared to such blues luminaries and guitar giants like Johnny Winter, Rory Gallagher, Jimi Hendrix and Gary Moore. Dutch blues-rock guitarist Julian Sas has released numerous discs on the Corazong label, beginning in 2000 with the album For the Lost and Found. Sas cracked the Top 100 Dutch album charts with Wandering Between Worlds in 2009 and the 2012 release Bound to Roll.
Live Innocence - The Power and the Glory is a DVD released by heavy metal band Saxon in 2003. This DVD has combined two VHS videos released in the late 80's: Live Innocence released in 1986 and Power & The Glory, The Video Anthology released in 1989…
Steve Bronski has teamed up with singer Stephen Granville and programmer Ian Donaldson to create an updated line-up of this classic, much-loved sythn-pop band. Their new album, 'The Age Of Reason', is their first in 22 years! With 'The Age Of Reason', the trio pay homage to the origins of Bronski Beat through an inventive and inspired reworking of their landmark debut album 'The Age Of Consent'.
Take equal measures of Gallagher and Kraftwerk, mix in a 15-year supply of blue body paint and shake with a double-shot of modern marketing savvy and you might have something akin to Blue Man Group. This ambitious second album by New York performance artists cum entrepreneurs Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton, and Chris Wink expands their central artistic contradiction–mainstreaming the alternative–with a propulsive cocktail of rhythm, irony, self-invented instrumentation, and bona fide song structures that feature turns from guest stars Dave Matthews (the music hall dirge "Sing Along") and Tracy Bonham ("Up to the Roof," and with Rob Swift, "Shadows Pt.2"). The conceit is vaguely reminiscent of the Tubes' tongue-in-cheek ode to '80s corporate rock, "The Completion Backwards Principle," right down to being so convincing the irony often melts away. Fans of their live performances will appreciate its wall-to-wall rhythmic thrust and quirky textures, while aficionados and newcomers alike should welcome its surprising, seductive melodies and mature songwriting.