Laura Partridge is a very enthusiastic small stockholder of 10 shares in International Projects, a large corporation based in New York. She attends her first stockholder meeting ready to question the board of directors from their salaries to their operations. These are not the questions which the board expected to be asked of them, especially since they are all crooked, except for Edward McKeever, the current CEO who has resigned in order to take an advisory position at the Pentagon.
22 best songs of soul in 1971. All are original versions. True delight for ears of music lovers.
The Bangles are an American all-female band that originated in the early 1980s, scoring several hit singles during the decade. The bands hits include "Walk Like an Egyptian", "Manic Monday", "Hazy Shade of Winter", and the 1989 number-one single "Eternal Flame".
With West Coast jump blues and boogie-woogie piano. Featuring Charlie Musselwhite, The Roomful of Blues Horns, Ronnie Earl.
Dubbing his swinging approach "rock-a-boogie," pianist Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88s have revived the jump blues approach of the '40s and '50s. Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Mitch Woods moved to San Francisco in 1970. While he was growing up in Brooklyn, he studied both jazz and classical music, but when he relocated to the Bay Area, he primarily played jump blues and R&B…
In 1999, BGO released Solid Gold Cadillac/Brain Damage, which contained two complete albums – Solid Gold Cadillac (1972, originally released on RCA) and Brain Damage (1973, originally released on RCA) – by Solid Gold Cadillac on one compact disc.
Mention the name of Ian Gillan and the name Deep Purple immediately springs to mind. His trademark long-flowing hair, crazed conga-playing, and soaring classic rock voice, have always personified the Seventies hard rock supergroup. Here we present the very best of Ian’s solo recordings - an intoxicating mixture of hard rock, blues and even the occasional pop song.
CD-only compilation of early 12" singles from the Italians Do It Better label, most of which are out of print. Selected and programmed by Glass Candy/Chromatics member Johnny Jewel.