Major labels proved not to be a welcome fit for retro-soul-blues revivalist Eli "Paperboy" Reed. Neither Come and Get It!, his 2010 album for Capitol, nor 2014's gussied-up wannabe crossover Nights Like This brought in the wider audience they so desperately worked to attain, leaving the guitarist to pursue an indie direction for 2016's My Way Home. The title makes it plain that Reed believes he's the prodigal son returning to his roots and, fittingly, My Way Home has a considerable gospel bent in its 11 songs. Since 2013, Reed has been teaching an after-school program called Gospel for Teens in Harlem and that sensibility infuses My Way Home, turning the record into a testament to reconnecting to R&B roots of all kinds.
Bill Douglas’s award-winning films My Childhood, My Ain Folk and My Way Home are three of the most compelling and critically acclaimed films about childhood ever made.
Welcome to Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way, our long-anticipated sequel to Jacques Pépin: Fast Food My Way! In addition to watching the series on television at its regularly scheduled time, we are also making it possible for you to watch the entire series - all 26 episodes.
Poseidon, originating from Prussic Acid, were, at the time, by far the best and most famous group in Karlsruhe. Dominant keyboards and perfectly played progressive rock made them a name, both in south-west Germany and abroad. Their only LP "Found my way" of 1975 was a private pressing of 1000 copies and features exclusively self-written material and a great cover artwork. This CD contains eight so far unreleased live bonus tracks.