Two friends, who are experienced whale hunters, decide to settle down in Rekyavik at the end of the whaling season. During a night on the town, the duo lands in a heap of trouble after they are thrown out of one establishment after another. As events escalate the two men break into a weapons shop and arm themselves with rifles for a confrontation with the police.
Subtitled - Classics & Rarities Featuring Peter Green. This collection of singles, studio out-takes and 'live' performances captures all the energy and excitement of their sound…
Snowy White Live From London review Though often remembered as a former guitarist for Thin Lizzy, Snowy White has had a long, prolific, and varied career as both a solo artist and a session man, playing with Pink Floyd as they toured with THE WALL, and working with one-time mentor Peter Green. Snowy White Live From London DVD White is revered by many as one of the UK's best blues guitarists, which is fully demonstrated in this live show held in London's Camden Palace during the mid-1980s…..
Leave it to Marc Almond to bridge the gap between covers and concept albums. Shadows and Reflections is both. Its track list reveals iconic '60s-era pop songs of astonishing variety. There's Burt Bacharach's "Blue on Blue" and Johnny Mandel's "The Shadow of Your Smile," as well as the Herd's "From the Underworld," a gorgeous, daring read of the Yardbirds' "Still I'm Sad," and Bobby Darin's "Not for Me," to mention a few. Almond and his chief collaborator, British composer, arranger, and saxophonist John Harle (who wrote the set's "Overture" and "Interlude," and co-wrote the closer "No One to Say Good Night To" with the singer), used a guiding aural aesthetic in opting for expansive panoramic sound; they sought to emulate "a very late 1960s Italian cinema soundtrack…."