The Kingdom Of Zydeco Is One Of 2016’s Top new DVD/Blu-Ray Re-issues

Courtesy: MVD Visual/Mug Shot PRoductions

Courtesy: MVD Visual/Mug Shot PRoductions

Documentarian Robert Mugge’s recently re-issued presentation The Kingdom of Zydeco is an intriguing glance into the realm of the genre which is noted in its title.  The roughly hour-plus documentary is a stark contrast to his more recent zydeco documentary Zydeco Crossroads.  But that is not necessarily a bad thing.  As a matter of fact its story, in comparison to that of Zydeco Crossroads proves itself to be its own hugely important part of the program’s whole.  Its central story (so to speak) is just one of its key elements.  The archived performance footage that is used to tell the program’s story is another important element that should be noted.  The program’s bonus material rounds out its presentation, connecting everything together.  More specifically one of the bonuses in particular ties everything together.  That is not to discount the other material included as bonuses.  It is just that the one item in particular ties itself to the program’s central story and its footage more so than the other featured bonuses.  That aside, the combination of the bonus material, the program’s central story, and its featured performances, makes this presentation in whole one that–together with Zydeco Crossroads—a whole that music lovers and fans of zydeco alike should experience at least once.

MVD Visual’s recently re-issued presentation of The Kingdom of Zydeco is a presentation that, together with Zydeco Crossroads, should be experienced at least once by both music lovers and zydeco fans alike.  The main reason for this is the story at the heart of the roughly hour-plus program. In comparison to the story at the heart of its counterpart the story at the center of The Kingdom of Zydeco isn’t really a story in the purest sense.  What it really is, is a glance into the genre that is zydeco.  At the heart of it all is a competition between the “old guard” and the “new guard.”  The “old guard” is represented by Boozoo Chavis.  The “new guard” is represented by Beau Jocque.  Viewers get to see in their musical battle two totally different styles of zydeco music—the pure, old school (Chavis) and the newer, more heterogeneous style (Jocque).  The difference in the two styles is quite clear when one pays close attention to both.  To that end, it could be said that Mugge (MUG-EE) presenting both sides (and in turn both styles) of the “battle” serves as a good starting point in discussions on the roots of zydeco music and its evolution over time.  There are also interviews with both men that are included with the presentation.  Hearing the passion in Chavis’ voice about the music juxtaposed by Jocque’s more laid back persona makes for even more discussion believe it not.  That is because that contrast could generate just as much discussion among audiences about the mindset of the performers then and now.  One could ask do today’s zydeco players have the fire that Chavis clearly had or could they be more laid back yet still have that passion?  Regardless, seeing the love that those in the “Kingdom of Zydeco” have for the music and its performers, viewers will see that “new school” or “old school,” zydeco is the musical lifeblood of so many.  Understanding this, audiences will gain a certain appreciation for the “story” at the center of The Kingdom of Zydeco.    It shows that while not necessarily a conventional story, it is one that serves as a good starting point on any lesson(s) about the genre and its rich history.  It is just one part of what makes this documentary worth the watch.  The noted performances by Chavis and Jocque are just as important to the program as its “story.”

The non-traditional story that lies at the center of The Kingdom of Zydeco is in itself an important part of this recently re-issued documentary.  That is because while non-traditional, it does serve as a good starting point for any lesson(s) on zydeco music and its rich history.  For all of the importance that it presents it is just one part of what makes this program worth experiencing.  The performances that are presented within the program are just as important to the program as the program’s central “story.”  The performances are of central figures Boozoo Chavis and Beau Jocque.  It has been noted already but is worth noting again that between the pair there are clearly noticeable differences in their styles.  Chavis’ sound is decidedly pure in its instrumentation and arrangement.  While Chavis’ band does include guitar and bass, the band’s musical arrangements do not make them the key instruments.  Rather they are centered more on the accordion and washboard.  In the same vein, the arrangements in question much purer than those of the more modern zydeco sound.  The funk and rock elements that are so prevalent in today’s zydeco are nowhere to be found in the older music made so famous by Chavis and his counterparts.  Instead it is more of the creole-rooted sound.  Jocque’s sound on the other hand exhibits more of those funk and rock (I.E. more modern) influences.  It tends to make the guitars and drums more the stars of the music than the accordion and washboard.  Regardless of audiences’ thoughts on both styles the presentation of both styles adds even more to that introduction of zydeco’s history.  It deepens even more the discussion on the changes through which the genre has gone over the time since its formation.  Not only that, but the performances themselves can be considered important because of their archival value.  They are pieces of musical history that had otherwise laid unseen for decades.  If not for the footage, those discussions on zydeco’s evolution might not have even happened.  Keeping this in mind, the performances that are featured over the course of this program prove to be indeed important in their own right to the overall presentation of The Kingdom of Zydeco.  Even with their importance in mind, they still are not the last of the program’s most notable elements.  The material that has been included in the recording as bonus material is just as important to the program as the program’s “story” and its featured performances.

Both the “story” at the center of Kingdom of Zydeco and its featured performances are important in their own right to the program’s overall presentation.  That is because of the historical value that they present.  While both elements are undeniably important to the documentary, they are not its only important elements.  The material that has been included this time as bonus material is just important to the program as its story and performances.  The “Introduction To The Kingdom with Robert Mugge” is the most important of the program’s bonuses.  It only runs ten minutes. But in the course of that time viewers are presented with quite a bit of important information about the program.  Viewers learn how the competition between Jocque and Chavis ended up at a masonic temple (hint: the suggestion came from the performers).  Viewers also learn that the very creation of this program stemmed from other documentaries that Mugge had worked on.  The documentaries in question centered on Alligator Records and another label.  And just as notable is Mugge’s own discussion on what held up the original release of Kingdom of Zydeco.  That discussion is truly interesting.  These are just a few of the topics covered over the course of the program’s bonus “Introduction.”  There is far more for audiences to take in over the short course of its ten-minute run time.  The very amount of information, and clarity in its delivery over that time makes this feature the most important of the program’s bonuses.  “Iguanas in the House” is another of the program’s bonus features.  It presents a full performance by a zydeco group called The Iguanas spliced with interviews with the band’s members.  The band’s members discuss how they came to join the band, their love for zydeco and more in their interviews.  It runs twenty-seven minutes.  And just as with the program’s bonus “introduction” it will keep viewers just as entertained and engaged.  “A Royal Title” is the last of the program’s bonus features.  This short three-minute segment focuses on the late great Boozoo Chavis and features an interview with Chavis that was lifted from the program’s main feature.  It’s short.  But it exhibits Chavis’ deep love and respect for zydeco and will in turn have audiences once again discussing who is the real king of zydeco.  No matter one’s opinion on this topic, viewers will all agree that its inclusion in the program, that of the program’s “introduction,” and bonus performance by The Iguanas all come together to prove once and for all why this program’s bonus material is so important to its overall presentation.  And the bonus material, together with the program’s central “story” and performances joins together to make the program in whole one that—together with Zydeco Crossroads—every music lover and zydeco fan alike should experience.  It proves just as much to be in whole one of 2016’s top new DVD and Blu-ray re-issues.

The Kingdom of Zydeco is one of 2016’s top new DVD and Blu-ray re-issues.  It is also a program that should be experienced at least once by music lovers and fans of zydeco at least once.  That is especially the case when it is put alongside Mugge’s latest documentary Zydeco Crossroads.  This is thanks in part to the history presented in its central “story” of sorts and the performances that come along with that story.  The material that is included with the program as bonus material adds its own amount of interest to the program.  Each element is important to the program in its own right.  Altogether they make the Kingdom of Zydeco a program that is just as valuable in the classroom as the living room.  It is available now in stores and online.  It can be ordered online direct via MVD Visual’s online store at http://mvdb2b.com/s/TheKingdomOfZydeco/MVD7500D.  More information on this and other titles from MVD Visual is available online now at:

 

 

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The Wolf Pack Is Back In Another Alpha And Omega Adventure

Courtesy:  Lionsgate

Courtesy: Lionsgate

Lionsgate has another installment in its Alpha & Omega franchise on the way.

Alpha & Omega: Dino Digs will be released in stores and online on Tuesday, May 10th.  This time out Humphrey, Kate, and their pups have to find a new den.  In their search for a new home, the group uncovers a friendly female raptor named Amy who was magically brought back to life during a big dig.  The group shows Amy all of the great things about her new world.  Along the way though, it turns out the Amy is not the only dinosaur that was uncovered during that big dig.  There is also a giant T-Rex that could be brought back to life, too.  So it’s up to the wolf pack to keep that from happening.  Families can find out for themselves what happens when they purchase Alpha & Omega: Dino Digs exclusively on DVD + Digital combo pack in stores and online.  It will retail for MSRP of $14.98 and can be pre-ordered online now via Lionsgate’s online store at a discounted price of $11.98.  More information on this and other titles from Lionsgate is available online now at:

 

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Michael Schenker Releasing New Live Recording Next Month

Courtesy:  MVD Entertainment Group

Courtesy: MVD Entertainment Group

Michael Schenker will release his new live recording next month.

Michael Schenker recently announced that he has a new live recording on the way.  On A Mission: Live in Madrid will be released Friday, May 6th.  On November 19th, 2015 Schenker rejoined his former Scorpions band mates bassist Francis Buchholz and drummer Herman Rarebell on stage in Joy Enslava in Madrid, Spain for one of a number of performances together that the musicians presented last year.  The performance in question featured songs that spanned Schenker’s extensive musical resume with numbers such as UFO’s ‘’Lights Out’, Scorpions’ ‘Coast To Coast,’ MSG’s ‘Victim of Illusion,’ and Temple of Rock’s ‘Live and Let Live’ among a number of other hits.  The concert, which is available now for pre-order via MVD Entertainment Group’s online store, will be presented in separate standalone 2CD, 2Blu-ray, DVD and deluxe collector’s edition.  The show’s set list is exactly the same on both platforms and in the same order.  However, the DVD will come with a pair of bonus features.  There will also be a special limited Deluxe Collector’s Edition of the recording on the DVD that will feature band interviews, sound check footage, rehearsal footage, and much more.  The complete set list and bonus material included in the DVD platforms is noted below.  A trailer for the recording can be viewed online now via YouTube  at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJkMqUCuS14.

CD Track Listing:
 
Disc: 1 

1. Ocean Odyssey – Intro
2. Doctor Doctor
3. Live And Let Live
4. Lights Out
5. Where The Wild Winds Blow
6. Natural Thing
7. Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead
8. Victim Of Illusion
9. Lovedrive
10. Coast To Coast
11. Vigilante Man
12. Rock My Nights Away

Disc: 2 
1. Saviour Machine
2. Too Hot To Handle
3. Only You Can Rock Me
4. Lord Of The Lost And Lonely
5. Rock You Like A Hurricane
6. Rock Bottom
7. Horizons
8. Attack Of The Mad Axeman
9. Communion
10. Blackout

DVD Track Listing:

Ocean Odyssey – Intro
Doctor Doctor
Live And Let Live
Lights Out
Where the Wild Winds Blow
Natural Thing
Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead
Victim Of Illusion
Lovedrive
Coast To Coast
Vigilante Man
Rock My Nights Away
Saviour Machine
Too Hot To Handle
Only You Can Rock Me
Lord of the Lost and Lonely
Rock You Like A Hurricane
Rock Bottom
Horizons
Attack Of The Mad Axeman
Communion
Blackout
Searching For Freedom – Outro

Bonus Materials:

Outside the theatre
Soundcheck sketches

Additional Bonus Materials Limited Deluxe Collector’s Edition:

Rehearsal
The tour starts
Michael and his guitars
Individual Interviews With Band Members

 

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Arrow Video, MVD To Unleash The Killer Tomatoes Again This Summer

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Courtesy: Arrow Video/MVD Visual

Arrow Video and MVD Visual have partnered to re-issue one of the best of the worst B-movies in Hollywood history this summer when they release Return of the Killer Tomatoes.

Arrow Video and MVD Visual will release Return of the Killer Tomatoes on Tuesday, June 28th.  The movie, originally released in 1988, is the sequel to the campy 1978 action horror Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.  The movie picks up a decade after the Great Tomato War. The world still lives in fear of another attack from the killer tomatoes.  The evil madman Professor Gangreen (Jon Astin – The Addams Family, Recess, Taz-Mania) preys on that fear and creates an army of tomato militia men in yet another attempt to take over the country.  It just so happens that these “men” look quite a bit like real men.  The movie also stars a then very young George Clooney (O Brother, Where Art Thou!, Roseanne, ER) as Matt Stevens, Chad Finletter’s (Anthony Starke – Prison Break, The George Carlin Show, License To Kill) roommate.  Chad is the nephew of Wilbur Finletter (played once again by J. Stephen Peace – Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Happy Hour, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes TV Series).

Return of the Killer Tomatoes will be released Tuesday, June 28th.  It will be available in stores and online exclusively on Blu-ray and can be ordered direct online via MVD Visual’s online store at http://mvdb2b.com/s/ReturnOfTheKillerTomatoes/AV057.  More information on this and other titles from MVD Visual is available online now at:

 

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Shout! Factory To Re-Issue Classic Adaptation Of The Merchant Of Venice

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Courtesy: Shout! Factory

William Shakespeare is one of the greatest playwrights of all time if not the greatest.  His plays have been adapted more times than any one person can count both on stage and screen throughout the ages.  And next month Shout! Factory will re-issue just one of those many adaptations when it releases a made-for-TV take of Shakespeare’s comedy The Merchant of Venice.

Shout! Factory will release The Merchant of Venice on Friday, May 17th.  The 1973 take on the timeless play stars Sir Laurence Olivier (Spartacus, Rebecca, Clash of the Titans) opposite then wife Joan Plowright (101 Dalmatians, Dennis The Menace, Bringing Down The House) as Slylock.  Plowright plays the part of Portia, love interest to leading man Bassanio (Jeremy Brett – My Fair Lady, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Sign of Four, The Hound of the Baskervilles).  Bassanio is in love with Portia.  But in order to win her hand and her heart he needs money.  So he takes a loan from Shylock.  The problem is that it turns out Bassanio can’t pay back Shylock’s loan.  So it’s up to Portia to save Bassanio from a very bad fate.  Anthony Nicholls (Othello, A Man for All Seasons, The Omen) stars as Bassanio’s friend Antonio.  The movie is taken from the 1970 National Theatre stage production. Which also starred the same cast as is present here.

The Merchant of Venice will be released Tuesday, May 17th in stores and online.  It will be available exclusively on DVD and will retail for MSRP of $19.97.  It can be pre-ordered online now at a discounted price of $16.97 via Shout! Factory’s online store at https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-drama/the-merchant-of-venice.  More information on this and other titles from Shout! Factory is available online now at:

 

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Shout! Factory To Re-Issue Classic Crime Thriller Next Month

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Courtesy: Shout! Factory/Universal Pictures

Shout! Factory is set to release another cinema classic this spring.

Shout! Factory will re-issue Universal Studio’s classic 1965 thriller I Saw What You Did May 17th.  The movie, which stars Joan Crawford in a rare supporting role, will be available in stores and online exclusively on Blu-ray.  It comes just as the countdown to summer vacation starts and the weather really starts to warm up, giving audiences one more way to beat the heat.  The movie’s script follows a pair of teenagers that get themselves in quite a bit of trouble when their habit of making prank phone calls backfires on them.  The pair—Libby Mannering (Andi Garrett – The Wild Wild West) and Kit Austin (Sara Lane – The Virginian¸The Trial of Billy Jack, Billy Jack Goes To Washington) likes to call people, telling them, “I saw what you did, and I know who you are.”  To the pair, it’s all fun and games.  But when they call Steve Marek (John Ireland – Red River, All The King’s Men, Spartacus) things turn very bad for the teens.  That is because it turns out that Marek had just killed his wife.  And he is not about to let it be known that he did.  What happens as a result will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.  William Castle (House on Haunted Hill, The Tingler, 13 Ghosts) helmed the project.

I Saw What You Did will be released in stores and online on Tuesday, May 17th.  It will retail for MSRP of $29.99 but can be pre-ordered now at a discounted price of $24.99 via Shout! Factory’s online store at https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-horror/i-saw-what-you-did.  More information on this and other titles from Shout! Factory is available online now at:

 

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Zydeco Crossroads Is A Great Tale For Fans Of Zydeco, Creole Music

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Courtesy: MVD Visual/Mug Shot PRoductions/NPR/WXPN

Earlier this month MVD Visual and Mugshot Productions partnered to release the new hybrid music documentary/concert recording Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale of Two Cities.  The presentation, released in coordination with Philadelphia, PA-based NPR station WXPN, is one of 2016’s top new music documentaries and concert recordings.  The presentation fits into both lists because it is in fact a full-on hybrid work.  That hybrid presentation of the program is just one part of what makes this program so interesting.  The information and entertainment presented in each portion of the main feature are just as important to the program as its overall presentation.  It also features a full fifty-five minute concert presentation from Rosie Ledet and others complete with interview segments mixed in as a bonus for audiences.  That concert and its interview segments collectively round out Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale of Two Cities and make it such an interesting watch.  Each element is important in its own right to the whole of this program.  Altogether they make Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale of Two Cities a wonderful follow-up to Robert Mugge’s previous Zydeco documentary The Kingdom Of Zydeco and an equally impressive presentation for any lover of not just zydeco but of music in whole.

MVD Visual and Mugshot Productions’ new hybrid documentary/concert recording Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale of Two Cities is an impressive follow-up to Robert Mugge’s previously released zydeco documentary The Kingdom of Zydeco.  It is also one of the year’s best new music documentaries and new concert recordings, being a hybrid presentation.  The program’s documentary portion isn’t just another extended history lesson told by academics and others.  Rather it presents just a piece of zydeco’s rich history through first-hand interviews with a handful of figures that helped to form the genre’s foundation.  That’s just the beginning of what makes the program’s documentary side so interesting.  There is also an equally interesting lesson on the difference between zydeco music and Creole music in one of the noted interviews.  Even this critic will admit to not knowing that there was a difference between the two before watching this program.  Others will be just as interested to learn of the instrumental and stylistic differences noted between the two sounds.  One mixes blues, R&B, rock and other elements into one creation while one is much purer in its approach, using just one style and a very limited instrumentation.  For anyone that has always enjoyed Creole and/or zydeco but never really known the difference, this discussion makes for a great starting point in researching both genres and learning even more about them over time.  The history lessons work hand in hand with that music theory lesson to form a foundation for the program that in turn makes its documentary side doubly strong.  There is much more that could be noted in terms of the program’s documentary side that makes the program so enjoyable.  That includes but is not limited to the difference between a button accordion and a keyboard accordion, and the role of family roots in zydeco bands.  That will be left for viewers to discover for themselves.  Regardless of which piece of information viewers find the most interesting here, it can be said of the documentary and its approach work together to make this portion of the program enjoyable in its own right.  It isn’t the only notable portion of this latest feature from Mug Shot Productions and MVD Visual.  The program’s concert recording portion is just as notable as its documentary presentation.

Zydeco Crossroads’ documentary presentation is in itself plenty of reason for music lovers and lovers of zydeco to check out this latest feature from Mug Shot Productions and MVD Visual.  It is only one portion of the program’s main presentation that makes it so interesting.  The concert recording that is interwoven into the program is just as notable as its documentary.  It is so interesting to watch because it isn’t just one single concert.  Rather it is a number of performances by various zydeco and Creole acts and artists.  The performances in question are held in a trio of well-known venues in downtown Lafayette, Louisiana.  There are also a few performances presented from WXPN’s Zydeco Crossroads concert festival in Philadelphia.  The performances themselves are entertaining.  The organization of the concerts—first in Philadelphia then in Lafayette—gives them even more impact.  As is noted by the WXPN staff this was done intentionally so as to show where zydeco and Creole music’s roots rest.  It also explains why the latter performances received more attention than the bigger show in Philadelphia.  One can only hope that as enjoyable as WXPN’s concert seemed to be from the few presented performances, the concert will be presented in whole in Mugge’s next presentation.  Yes, that is a direct hint to Mr. Mugge should he read this.  Speaking of full concert presentations, the full concert presentation from Rosie Ledet and company that is included as a bonus with the program rounds out the program’s most notable elements.

The dual presentation of Zydeco: A Tale of Two Cities is in itself plenty of reason for audiences to view this latest presentation from Mug Shot Productions and MVD Visual.  The history presented by the program’s documentary and the performances set alongside that history, are just as interesting to take in.  While these elements are each important to the whole of the program they are not the program’s only notable elements.  There is also a complete fifty-five minute performance from Rosie Ledet included with the program as a bonus for audiences.  The performance is broken up via interview segments with Ledet and World Café host David Dye.  Through the interview segments audiences learn about Ledet’s own personal experiences and influences in the zydeco community.  Viewers also learn in her discussions with Dye a little bit about how her personal life intersected with her professional life and much more including the prominence (or lack thereof) of female performers in the zydeco community.  Both halves of the concert’s whole come together to make it live up to the title of “bonus.”  Together with the two halves of the program’s main presentation and the presentation’s very dual presentation, the bonus concert rounds out the program’s presentation and solidifies its title as one of the year’s best new music documentaries, and one of the year’s best concert recordings.

Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale of Two Cities is both one of 2016’s top new music documentaries and one of the year’s best new concert recordings.  That is because first and foremost it is both a documentary and a concert recording.  The information and material presented within the program’s documentary and its concert recording combines to add even more interest to the program.  The fifty-five minute performance/interview with Rosie Ledet rounds out the program’s presentation.  Her performance and interview with David Dye gives viewers a closer look at one of today’s more well-known zydeco artists both on and off stage.  Each element is equally important to the overall presentation of Zydeco Crossroads.  Altogether they make this latest offering from Mug Shot Productions and MVD Visual a piece that NPR supporters, zydeco lovers, and music lovers in general will all appreciate and want to have in their personal music libraries.  It is available now in stores and online and can be ordered direct via MVD Visual’s online store.  More information on this and other titles from MVD Visual is available online now at:

 

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