||TCM Greatest Classic Films: Legends - Doris Day|
TCM Greatest Classic Legends Collection: Doris Day (2012)
This four-pack of Doris Day movies includes ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS, CALAMITY JANE, LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME, and PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES, which was adapted into a television show of the same name.
Films include Calamity Jane, Please Don't ...
The first in an ambitious trilogy of albums from Green Day, Uno! finds the trio reuniting with producer Rob Cavallo and breaking away from the rock operas of American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown. Leaving behind narratives and melodrama, ...
||It's A Beautiful Day|
Live at Carnegie Hall (1972)
As the title implies, this disc captures the Bay Area-based It's a Beautiful Day in concert at the venerable New York City performance Mecca Carnegie Hall. Although the band was on the road supporting their third long-player, Choice Quality ...
||Classic Drum Solos|
Classic Rock Drum Solos (2007) Top Seller
Over two hours of skin bashing, bass pedal stomping, and unrivaled stick-twirling energy is captured here. From Gene Krupa to Keith Moon, this is an all-star compilation of the most incredible drum solos in music history. CLASSIC ROCK DRUM SOLOS ...
My Heart (2011)
Doris Day's My Heart assembles nine previously unreleased tracks from sessions she did in the 1980s, including four co-written by her late son Terry Melcher with Bruce Johnston, and adds in four vintage tracks she released previously in 1951, ...
Gospel Legends: Transition - Live (2010)
||Chip Davis' Day Parts / Various Artists|
Day Parts: Sunday Morning Coffee (1992)
All the artists featured are on the American Gramophone label. The pieces are intended to give continuity to the feeling of Sunday morning.
Personnel: Arnie Roth (violin); Kim Schmidt (piano).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Charles Davis; Doug ...
||Today Is The Day|
Though this album proved a puzzling, ultimately challenging release if nothing else, it presaged the shape of things to come in extreme music. Supernova straddles numerous musical fences at once, and indicates that metal could indeed be far ...
Miracle (2012) Top Seller
Miracle, the 12th studio outing from venerable CCM rockers Third Day, mostly eschews the rootsy Southern rock approach of 2008's Revelation and 2010's Move for a more streamlined, mainstream pop sound that utilizes the seasoned knob twiddling ...
||Day To Remember|
For Those Who Have Heart (2007) Top Seller
Post-hardcore quintet A Day to Remember hail from Florida, and combine the usual elements of hardcore, such as ominous growl-vocals and thundering rhythms and riffing, with a flair for melodic pop hooks. The combination doesn't sound like it ...
Color of Success (1985)
After the temporary collapse of the Time, Morris Day went into the recording studio for his first solo excursion. While the trademarked Minneapolis pop-funk sound still remains at the forefront of each composition, the absence of the magic is ...
Mystery of You (2013) Top Seller
Singer/songwriter Spencer Day's third album, The Mystery of You, is similar to his previously released albums in that the eclectic mix of jazz, pop, and cinematic themes is on display, but the overall tone is much darker. Calling this a concept ...
America's Favorite Irish Tenor (1989)
vocalist presents 12 bright & balanced Irish tunes, inc. "Clancy Lowered The Boom", "The Wild Colonial Boy" & "Finnegan's Wake".
||Seventh Day Slumber|
Love & Worship (2013)
Editor: Joe Causey.
Personnel: Joseph Rojas (vocals); Brent Milligan (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, cello); Jeremy Holderfield (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Harley Stonebridge (Hammond b-3 organ, keyboards, synthesizer).
||Dark New Day|
Hail Mary (2013)
Recording information: House Of Loud.
Personnel: Brett Hestla (vocals, background vocals); Clint Lowery, Troy McLawhorn (guitar, background vocals); Will Hunt (drums, background vocals); Corey Lowery (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: David ...
||Legends: Live At Montreux 1997|
Legends - Live at Montreux 1997 (1997)
Switzerland's legendary Montreux Jazz Festival has been host to countless once-in-a-lifetime performances since its 1967 inception, but none more thrilling than the 1997 collaboration between guitarist Eric Clapton, bassist Marcus Miller, drummer ...
Frail Becoming (2012)
As one of the few American bands able to make a dent in the traditionally European-dominated realm of melodic/gothic death/doom, Daylight Dies have obviously never had the easy road to fame and fortune paved before them, but that couldn't stop ...