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Originally recorded in 1966, this album remains the definitive Frank Sinatra live performance with the backing of a full orchestra. The Count Basie Orchestra, under the direction of Quincy Jones, were the perfect match for Sinatra - the easy swing of the upbeat numbers, the assured vocals on the sad songs, and the playful improvisations and joking. Sinatra singing was rarely better - as shown on such classics as "Come Fly With Me", "Fly Me To The Moon", "Luck Be A Lady", and "I've Got You Under My Skin."
Rockabilly kings The Stray Cats arrived in the UK in 1980 and immediately hit the charts with such classics as ‘Runaway Boys’ and ‘Rock This Town’. This Dual Disc captures them on their 1988 reunion tour playing live at their optimum best.
The Grammy Award winning, platinum recording artists, The Mavericks, are back with their first audio record in 5 years. Recorded this summer at Nashville's famed Ocean Way Studios, the highly anticipated 6th studio album from the recently reunited group was co-produced by Mavericks front man Raul Malo with Kenny Greenbrg and mixed by Michael Brauer. Willie Nelson joins Malo for Vocals on "Time Goes By," blending the signature-style vocal of these two timeless troubadours for their first-ever recorded collaboration.
This compilation contains some of the best-known work from this English soul group. Put together in DVD audio, it's a nice treat for longtime fans of the band. Pop & Rock
Greatest hits live, recorded in Mantle, TX in 1981. All the tunes you've come to love including "Heartbreaker" and "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" and more at the time they were topping the charts. Benatar lead the way for women in rock for years to come.
Carl Perkins announced his arrival on Sun Records in January 1956 with the incredible and perennial "Blue Suede Shoes," the first single ever to top the American Pop, Country and R&B charts. In 1978, Carl mounted a comeback that included a tour of the U.S. and the U.K. and led to a U.K. charting album, "Ol' Blue Suede's Back" on the Jet label.
Is there an early rock & roller who has a crazier reputation than the Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis? His exploits as a piano-thumping egocentric wild man with an unquenchable thirst for living have become the fodder for numerous biographies, film documentaries, and a full-length Hollywood movie. Certainly few other artists came to the party with more ego and talent than he and lived to tell the tale...
Mixing `70's favorites and newly-crafted solo material, David Crosby recalls the best of Crosby Stills &Nash in this "Don't Miss" 1989 live performance.....You'll love this one!