Their first album is rare and came out on a Texas label 'though they hailed from New Port Richey, Florida, and had earlier recorded as The Split Ends. It's basically hard rock with some psychedelic guitar work. Their second album is rather mundane heavy rock.
With Boot! the Thing celebrate the launch of their own label, dedicated not only to this and future releases, but also to reissuing their catalog and keeping it in print. This European punk-jazz power trio – baritone saxophonist Mats Gustafsson, bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love – have established a reputation for an integrative garage band approach that blurs lines between rock, funk, jazz, free improv, and noise.
Learn five classic rock and roll tracks note for note with Lee Hodgson! This superb 2 DVD set will teach you five tracks from the golden age of Rock and Roll.
Lead Guitar Boot Camp is an intensive guide to building bigger, better and faster chops. In this 90-minute DVD, you’ll learn essential techniques, like daily warm-up exercises, alternate picking, wild and wide stretches, and how to move through scales. Plus, you’ll be taught soloing strategies for all styles, including classic rock, heavy metal, thrash, punk, emo and deathcore.
First time on CD as a complete album with original and enhanced artwork and Four extra tracks not available before in CD format.
Das Boot (German for The Boat) is the first album by the German dance group U96, released in 1992. The track Das Boot is a cover version of the title theme of the 1981 German film Das Boot, composed by Klaus Doldinger. The name of group (U96) is a reference to the film. Although the package advertises "at least ten top-ten hits", only nine songs are featured in one of the releases.
Despite the bald-faced references to bootlegs in the title, this is a totally legit four-CD box set release of live 1967-1970 Doors from numerous shows, all of it previously unissued…