SRV&JIMMIE VAUGHAN. Jazz & Heritage Festival on the riverboat S. S. Presidente New Orleans, LA 1987.
Suspect In Collin County Bank Robberies Arrested
PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – Plano and Allen Police arrested a man suspected of committing at least three bank robberies in the two cities in the past few weeks. Jimmy Ray Morrow, 33, of Denison, is in custody after a bank robbery in Allen on Tuesday,
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Personnel includes: Tramaine Hawkins (vocals), Joseph Jobert (various instruments), Ray Fuller (guitar), Dave Buroff (alto saxophone), Mildred Falls (piano), David Paich (piano, keyboards), Jerry Peters (piano, synthesizer), Eve Nelson (keyboards, programming, background vocals), Larry Bunker (vibraphone, percussion), Addison Farmer (bass), Harvey Mason (drums), Paulinho DaCosta (percussion), Katreese Barnes, Carol Sylvin, Alex Brown, Tony Warren, Julie Delgado, Marlena Jeter (background vocals). Producers: Marty Paich, David Paich (tracks 1, 5-6); Eve Nelson, Marty Paich, David Paich (track 2); Jeremy Lubbock (tracks 3, 8, 10); Richard Evans (track 4); Benny Diggs, Joseph Jobert (tracks 7, 9). Engineers: Allen Sides (tracks 1-2, 5-6); David Reitzas (tracks 3, 8, 10); Joe Laquidera, Noel Hazen (track 4); David Darlington (tracks 7, 9). Principally recorded at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, California and Record One Studios, Sherman Oaks, California in December 1993; Interface Recording Studios, New York on February 15, 1994 and Bass Hit Studios, New York on March 5, 1994. Includes liner notes by Jackie Hairston. The track I Found The Answer is a duet with Mahalia Jackson which uses a session originally recorded on March 11, 1959. TO A HIGHER PLACE was nominated for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards. Personnel: Tramaine Hawkins (vocals, background vocals); Jimmy Raney, Paul Jackson, Jr. , Ray Fuller (guitar); Greg Phillinganes (piano, keyboards); Jerry Peter (piano, synthesizer); Mildred Falls, Randy Kerber (piano); Eve Nelson (keyboards, programming, background vocals); David Paich (keyboards); Harvey Mason, Sr. , Ivan Hampden, Leon Ndugu Chancler (drums); Larry Bunker (percussion, background vocals); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Marcia Sapp, Phillip Ballou, Nancy Jackson, Katreese Barnes, Alex Brown, Michelle Weeks, Sherry McGhee, Tata Vega, Tony Warren, Julie Delgado, Marlena Jeter, Carmen Carter (background vocals). Audio
John Willis' Theatre World
This is an in depth reference work devoted to the movie trivia game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. It is far better and more complete than the terrible, short book by the games creators, which was mostly pictures and empty space on the page.
Scenes from the plays and portraits of leading actors accompany a statistical record of the current season
Beginning with their first album, Please Please Me , released March 1963 and spending 30 weeks at No. 1, before long, we get to April 1964 when, for the first – and the only time a band has ever achieved this in the US, they occupied the Top 5... That happens so rarely, even now, although Justin Bieber did achieve a similar feat in the UK with the Top 3 singles places taken, some of them swapping over so he retained the top slot but with a different track. However, singles aside, how many bands, these days, would put out more than one album a year like The Beatles. In that same year, the band are asked when the bubble is going to burst… a fair question, given how quickly most groups disappear, but clearly the bubble still hasn’t burst in 2016, and won’t for a long time. This documentary takes us from their early days up to January 30th, 1969, the day they all performed together for the final time, doing a one-off gig on the roof of their offices. Even before that, with the constant slog of going from country to country, they were tiring of touring and feeling like they’re in a circus. At the point where the film comes to an end, we’re given a smattering of the experimental period they followed into, which I personally found far more interesting than their initial pop songs that brought them their fame. The film takes in audio from session recordings, the assassination of JFK soon after their success, plus nuclear bomb tests and all the problems throughout the world, the band’s run-in with marijuana, words from George Martin , and new interview... Eddie Izzard : “the best way of dealing with heckles is to say the first thing that comes into your mind” , while Sigourney Weaver discusses being in a gig audience in 1964, with footage included. There’s also Ed Freeman , one of just a couple of roadies that they had at the time, as they didn’t have a huge entourage like some bands would have, and when the fans rushed the stage in Cleveland, he said he thought he’d get seriously hurt. Overall, this is a very good film, and it even had a one-night theatrical screening around the country, on September 15th. However, I never understood why the tickets were around £20 apiece, since at the end of the day, it’s still just a movie... Oh, and… One Direction, my arse. The film is presented in 16:9, so will have been very slightly trimmed top and bottom for 1. 85:1 theatrical screening, and is in 1080p high definition. When it comes to assessing the picture quality, it’s going to vary wildly as you’d expect, but when there’s new interview footage or any stills/footage that is pristine, it’s pin-sharp. Hence, I have to give the picture 10/10 because everything is being brought to the screen perfectly. There’s some 4:3 concert footage which gets cropped to 2. 35:1, which is a bit odd. The sound is in 5. 1 DTS-HD Master Audio and is a mixture of dialogue and Beatles tunes, as you’d expect. There are some great extras on disc 2, which effectively, are less like extras and more like a continuation of the film, and they effectively double its length:. Words & Music (24:13): Paul and Ringo talk about the early days, and how they couldn’t read music back then… and they still can’t. From then on, and split into 6 parts – and all chaptered, we get into the nitty gritty about how they improved their craft over time. Early Clues To A New Direction (17:55): More discussion about the band, specifically looking about how they grew up and progressed in such a short period of time, including chat from Sigourney Weaver, Whoopi Goldberg and Jason Bourne director Paul... The Beatles Live 1963-1965 (11:59): Five hits in various locations – She Loves You, Twist And Shout, Can’t Buy Me Love, You Can’t Do That, and Help. A Deeper Dive (43:12): A stack of additional footage such as filming A.
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