This performance was filmed & recorded at South Parade Pier in Southsea, England on June 13th 2004. It includes the original line-up playing a 19-song set and features an exclusive interview with Country Joe. In 2004, Country Joe re-formed some original members of Country Joe and The Fish as the Country Joe Band - Bruce Barthol, David Bennett Cohen, and Gary "Chicken" Hirsh. The band toured Los Angeles, Berkeley, Bolinas, Sebastopol, Grants Pass, Eugene, Portland and Seattle. They then made a 10-stop tour of the United Kingdom and played at the Isle of Wight and London. This excellent performance was filmed & recorded on that leg of the tour.
Calenture is the fourth studio album by Australian rock group The Triffids, it was released in November 1987 and saw them explore themes of insanity, deception and rootlessness—the title refers to a fever suffered by sailors during long hot voyages. It reached No. 32 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. In November 1987, it reached No. 24 on the Swedish Albums Chart, in May 1988 it peaked at No. 25 on the New Zealand Albums Chart. The album spawned three singles, "Bury Me Deep in Love" (1987), "Trick of the Light" and "Holy Water" (both in 1988). The latter track was recorded with American producer Craig Leon.
Released in 1973, Greatest Hits only sums up a handful of years of hitmaking for John Denver, but what years those were.
As the historic festival marks its 40-year anniversary, Rhino presents Woodstock 40, six-CD boxed set that features the most comprehensive collection ever available of artists that performed at the original festival, sequenced in chronological order of performance, featuring 38 previously unreleased recordings, including the Grateful Dead, The Who, Tim Hardin, Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe & The Fish, and others. Also box includes 80-page book with extensive liner notes, photos and the complete and accurate set lists.
San Francisco's Tommy Castro has been at this roots and blues-rock thing for some 20 years now, and while at one time he was heralded as the next great guitar slinger, such claims only last until the next guy comes down the line with good tone and flashy technique, and since that seems to happen every other week, it's probably good that Castro brings a whole lot more to the plate than just his guitar playing. There's his voice, for one thing, a soulful and versatile blue-collar growl that sounds like Bob Seger working his way through the Stax/Volt catalog, and he's also turned into a pretty good meat-and-potatoes songwriter, too, although yes, it's his guitar playing that keeps the pot boiling…
Sandy Coast was a Dutch beat group from Voorburg mainly in the late sixties and early seventies was popular. Her best-known hits were True love that's a miracle from 1971 and The eyes of Jenny from 1981. The lead singer of the group was Hans Vermeulen. This album includes recordings 1966 - 1968 years.
James "Midge" Ure is a Scottish musician and singer-songwriter. Ure enjoyed particular success in the 1970s and 1980s in bands including Slik, Thin Lizzy, Rich Kids, and Visage, and most notably as frontman of Ultravox. Ure co-organised Band Aid, Live Aid and Live 8 with Bob Geldof. In 2015, Midge teamed up with the two boys from India Electric Company to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his album, Breathe. The new extended version of Breathe Again was released on Oblivion, a division of SPV GmbH, on October 30th as a double CD digipack. The tracklising include the entire Breathe album recorded live in Scotland along with Vienna, Fade to grey, If I Was, Lament, Dear God, All Fall Down, Fragile, Become from the same shows…
Sandy Coast was a Dutch beat group from Voorburg mainly in the late sixties and early seventies was popular. Her best-known hits were True love that's a miracle from 1971 and The eyes of Jenny from 1981. The lead singer of the group was Hans Vermeulen.