Dead Players The Dead Players are many things. So many things that it is hard to know where to start. Like a malnourished gerbil banging on the door of ten Downing Street demanding better animal rights for all kickable creatures great and small, this biography was only ever going to scratch the surface of their being. These are the bones… Dead Players are a trio of musicians comprising of Jam Baxter, Dabbla and Ghosttown.
Jazz Tube-An Archive Of Jazz On Video Thank You for all the great support. Check Out Music Video Search for all genres of Music Videos Below is a new look with a search engine to help source all your jazz videos Site Is current under renovation please be patient Welcome to Powered By Records Dwellings & Druss is now re-open for pre-order on a second press. We dont do second pressings but in this case the record flew so quick that a lot of people were left flat footed & empty handed. It will be on a different colour vinyl and expected shipping is the beginning of April. Sarah Records and Shinkansen Recordings Hello and welcome to the official home page for Sarah Records and Shinkansen Recordings. At some point we will improve this site and put some more information on it, particularly relating to the history of both labels, including a full list of everybody whose life was changed by what we did (or possibly not), but... it's all taking longer to do than we thought. In the meantime, on the left there are links to some slightly random pages that already exist (i.e. they're not up to date!), and if you have any queries about either label, then please feel free to use the Shinkansen contact details. SHINKANSEN (including sleeves and track listing) SARAH (just titles for now)
The Mighty Boosh to re-form for new tour and 'psychedelic' movie Back on the road … The Mighty Boosh on stage in 2008. Photograph: David Fisher / Rex Features The Mighty Boosh are set for a reboot, with a new tour and a feature film in the works. At the time, the pair made no commitments to anything more permanent. National Jukebox LOC.gov WARNING: Historical recordings may contain offensive language. Read the disclaimer Now Playing... Elk's reunion march Le parlate d'amor El teléfono a larga distancia At the jazz band ball Everybody's jazzin' it Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and smile, smile, smile! View This Playlist
Ocora Ocora is a French label dedicated to traditional forms of music with a worldwide coverage. Ocora has published more than 600 records for scientific purposes and also for the general audience on vinyl, cassette and compact-disc. Formerly known as "Société de radiodiffusion de la France d’outre-mer", SORAFOM was founded in 1955 by Pierre Schaeffer as a cooperation venture to train radio engineers in African national broadcasting services, and also to record and preserve African rural soundscapes. SORAFOM became "Office de coopération radiophonique" (OCORA) on April the 14th of 1962, as part of Radio France to collect and preserve traditional music heritage. Ocora was initially run by composer and musicologist Charles Duvelle. Label code: LC 11719 More Less
++ Stony Plain Records: Canada's Roots, Rock, Country, Folk & Blues Label ++ New Jersey native Rory Block is often hailed as one of the highly regarded blues musicians of her generation. At the age of 15, Block set off on a cross-country hitchhiking road trip to the West Coast (via the South). Along the way she learned more than a few lessons in playing the blues. Her travels took her to meet many of blues' founding fathers. As a performer, she played as many as 250 shows a year during the late 1970s and early 1980s, recording 22 albums and receiving four W.C.