THE ANALOGUE YEARS presents a 50-Album overview across 54 CDs, in original jackets, of the celebrated international recordings that emerged from the London-based record label in that pre-digital era.
"The Lily" is Layla Zoe's sixth album.. She easily handles both, tradtional-style gospel music, and hard driving blues. Accompanied by producer, guitar, bass player, drummer and co-writer, Henrik Freischlader, Layla's taking you on trip from deep moving songs to powerful rockers. Excellent release featuring a promising singer/songwriter with strong blues roots…
There was a time when the History cable network was known as the “Hitler Channel” because its schedule was so dominated by programming about the Second World War. Then, like many cable channels that have strayed far from their original mandates, the network discovered cheap reality shows, and now you’re more likely to see something like “Ice Road Truckers” on History than a WWII documentary.
Fans of Donaggio's previous De Palma scores will find a lot to admire here. In the many years since his last collaboration with De Palma, Donaggio hasn't lost a step, and his score for PASSION contains all the brooding darkness and sensuality one would want. As a bonus, you get an excellent recording of one of Debussy's finest pieces.
The Clyde is famous throughout the world for its shipbuilding. It has been called the cradle of steam navigation and is the birthplace of the countless liners, warships and cargo ships. David Hayman explores the stories of four ships, built on the river Clyde that helped forge links with countries throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. From iconic ships such as Cutty Sark and HMS Hood to the lesser-known CS Mackay-Bennett, a ship that laid the foundations of a Victorian communications revolution and played a crucial role in the world's worst maritime disaster. Also, David investigates the story of a paddle steamer called Robert E. Lee, and the controversial role Glasgow shipbuilders and captains played in the American Civil War. This four-part series travels the world to tell the fascinating story of ships built during the golden age of ship-building at Clydebank, Glasgow – a time when "Clydebuilt" was synonymous with "world class".