This collection contains 349 songs recorded at 91 separate recording sessions between October 11, 1942 and March 23, 1961. Two-thirds of the selection on this 18-disc anthology have either been out out of print since the 1940s, or have never been released in any form. Cole's 1956 album, AFTER MIDNIGHT, is included here in its entirety, along with all of the trio's more familiar songs. Included in this set are 104 tracks previously unavailable on US LPs. Sixty-six of the tracks were previously unavailable anywhere. Fifty-six rare Capitol radio transcriptions appear commercially for the first time. Dozens of the tracks appear at the correct speed for the first time ever.
J.D. Jarrell is the real deal when it comes to country music. A mainstay of the Nashville studio scene for years, J.D. was even a member of Loretta Lynn's studio stable for 6 years. His catalog is brimming with lessons on country songs, string bending, bluegrass rhythm, hybrid picking, using the b-bender, double stops, boom-chick strumming, and much, much more!
Also known as Die Bleierne Zeit (The German Sisters), Marianne and Julienne is an extension of themes explored by director Margarethe von Trotta in her earlier Sisters, or the Balance of Happiness. Once more, the principal characters are two well-bred sisters, outwardly polar opposites of one another, but birds of a feather in many ways. Marianne (Barbara Sukowa) is a radical terrorist, while Juliane (Jutta Lampe) edits a mainstream feminist magazine. The film explores how the same ideological words can be harnessed for both order and chaos, depending on how far an activist is willing to go. Von Trotta based her screenplay for Marianne and Juliane on the real-life Enslein Sisters.
"Un colpo di pistola" is the first film directed by Renato Castellani. It was adapted from the short story "The Shot" by Alexander Pushkin and was presented at the 1942 Venice Film Festival.. Colonel Andrea Anickoff challenged his best friend, Sergio Drutzky, to a duel when he found him courting the young woman, Mascia, he, too, was in love with. Sergio could not bring himself to kill his friend. He fired only after taking the bullet out of his pistol and when came Andrea's turn to fire, Sergio was eating cherries waiting for his opponent to shoot..