The explosive transformation of Miles Davis’ “second great Quintet” with Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums) is laid bare on this release. Culled from original state-owned television and radio sources in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, and Sweden, the program spans five northern European festival performances over the course of nine days in October-November 1967. The audio shows consist entirely of previously unreleased or previously only bootlegged material. This is a 3-CD + DVD package, with an 8-panel digipak with 28-page booklet.
Recorded live at the MUSA in Göttingen/Germany, 20th October 2005
Although best known from their days in Whitesnake, Bernie Marsden & Micky Moody prove here that good old fashioned blues/rock is far from dead. This album was a taster for their new studio album also being released on Talking Elephant. Here we see the band rocking the stage with classic Whitesnake numbers. Fronted by Johnny Lande Norwegian hard rock and heavy metal singer. Known for being the former vocalist of bands Ark, Beyond Twilight, Millenium, Vagabond, The Snakes, and most notably of power metal band Masterplan, as well as for his solo career as Jorn.
Live album release from Marty Friedman featuring audio from his latest tour in support of the album "Loudspeaker" performed in Germany, Holland, England, Israel, Czech Republic, and Italy between March 31 and April 10, 2007. Includes bonus track "Hound Dog" from the "Marty Friedman Produces Rock Fujiyama Band" featuring vocals by Marty himself.
Although Curtis Mayfield's album sales had decreased significantly by the late '70s, the smooth Chicago soul veteran remained a popular live attraction well into the '80s. Audiences still longed to hear gems from both his years with the influential Impressions and his early solo hits, and he gives them exactly what they want on this album (released as both a single CD and a two-CD set). Mayfield reminds us just how great the Impressions were on heartfelt versions of such '60s classics as "Gypsy Woman" (which greatly influenced the Isley Brothers), "It's Alright" and the inspirational "People Get Ready," and is equally captivating on incisive, early-'70s sociopolitical hits like "Pusherman," "Freddie's Dead," and "If There's a Hell Below."
Featuring highlights from three European concerts in 1973 and 1974, this extraordinary collection of performances by the legendary Freddie King includes never before released footage from such memorable appearances as the 1973 Montreaux Jazz Festival. In blues standards like "Sweet Home Chicago" and signature King songs such as "Have You Ever Loved a Woman," these performances showcase the powerhouse guitarist known as the Texas Cannoball at the height of his creative power. Songs: Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Version One), Look Over Yonders Wall, Ain't No Sunshine, Big Legged Woman, Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Version Two), Blues Band Shuffle (Version One), Woman across the River, Ghetto Woman, Blues Band Shuffle (Version Two), Sweet Home Chicago