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  • Thorogood George And The Destroyers - Live At The Montreux 2013 (DVD)


    George Thorogood is an American icon. In a career that stretches back to the mid-seventies, he and his band The Destroyers have released 16 studio albums with worldwide sales in excess of 15 million. 2013 saw George & The Destroyers make their long overdue debut at the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival. Performing at an event that had previously played host to many of their musical heroes inspired the band to produce one of their finest performances on a set list that stretched back to their eponymous debut album from 1977 and right up to their most recent releases. This is goodtime rocking blues and nobody does it better than George Thorogood & The Destroyers.

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  • Davis Link - Big Mamou (CD)


    · The complete OKeh/Columbia and Starday recordings of this classic Texas singer collected together for

    the first time, most from the original master tapes

    · The version of Big Mamou that became a country-Cajun standard

    · Four unissued OKeh sides, and two alternate takes from Starday masters

    · A newly researched biography of Link Davis by Andrew Brown, with rare unpublished photos from the

    Davis family -If the Fifties in America are remembered as a decade of remarkable transformations in popular music, the multiple

    rebirths of Texan fiddler-saxophonist Link Davis during those turbulent ten years must qualify him for special study.

    National recognition eluded him, and posterity has not been especially kind to him, but a closer look at his career forces

    us to consider him in a different light than nearly all of his peers. He began the Fifties as a forward-looking white R&B

    singer and saxophonist, recording a storming version of Good Rockin’ Tonight five years before Elvis Presley’s

    supposedly ground-breaking attempt at the same song. Davis then morphed into a Cajun fiddler, scoring a big regional

    hit with the ancient-sounding waltz Big Mamou, which (along with Jole Blon a few years earlier) helped introduce

    America to Cajun music. By mid-decade, when rock ’n’ roll came along and forced most of his country music friends into

    early retirement, Link instead re-emerged as a born-again rocker, cutting some of his most memorable records: Don’t

    Big Shot Me, Trucker From Tennessee, and Sixteen Chicks.

    Bear Family collects all of Link Davis’s OKeh/Columbia (1952-1954) and Starday (1956-57) recordings together here for

    the first time, presented in their best sound quality ever. With the exception of Big Mamou, none of these records sold

    well when new, yet their irrepressible quality ensured that they would not be forgotten. Nor would their creator.

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  • Isaak Chris & Raul Malo - Soundstage! (DVD)


    11 high def cameras mediate a close concert feeling. Stedicam and jib camera provide an unique perspective of each production. The concert are all 5.1 surround sound for highest fidelity.

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