Ellefson Coffee Co. Partners With Breast Cancer Charity To Launch New Blend

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Ellefson Coffee Company has launched a new line to its coffee offerings.

The brainchild of Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson, the company has launched what it has dubbed Rock N’ Rose blend to its growing list of offerings.  According to a news release from the company, the new blend takes the place of the recently retired She Wolf blend.

Ellefson said in a recent interview about the seasonal light-roast blend that while it is a light roast, it does have a little something extra, adding that the his company has partnered with a well-known breast cancer organization  to promote the coffee.

“We wanted to introduce a new roast to replace the recently retired She-Wolf, and with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought it would be a great opportunity to pair up with an amazing charity like The Rose and help to raise support for breast cancer awareness.  It is a rich, full blend light roast with some extra kick, that we are sure everyone is going to love.”

Rock N’ Rose will be available for a limited time via ellefsoncoffeeco.com.  A portion of the sales from each bag’s sales will go to benefit The Rose, which is a Houston, TX-based breast cancer charity.

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Madonna’s Latest Live LP Is A Must For Her Adult Audiences

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Late last month, Eagle Rock Entertainment ventured into some very unfamiliar live territory when it released veteran pop star Madonna’s latest live recording Rebel Heart Tour.  While Madonna is not the first pop artist whose live material the label has ever handled – it released Katy Perry’s Prismatic World Tour recording in 2015 – pop music is still relatively unfamiliar territory for Eagle Rock Entertainment.  Even with that in mind, Madonna’s most devout fans will find that the label’s latest outing with Madonna is one that they will appreciate.  That is due in part to the show’s expansive set list.  This will be discussed shortly.  The concert’s collective cinematography and editing play into its presentation, too and will be discussed later.  The bonus material included with the recording rounds out its most important elements.  Each noted element is important in its own right to the recording’s whole.  All things considered, they make Rebel Heart Tour a recording that Madonna’s most devout adult fans will want to own.

Madonna’s latest live recording Rebel Heart Tour is a work that will make the hearts of Madonna’s most devout adult fans will appreciate. The adult is emphasized because this recording contains a very large amount of explicit content including foul language, brief nudity (one of her female dancers shows her breasts briefly in the show) and general sexual content throughout the concert.  Having noted that, Madonna’s adult audiences will appreciate the concert in part because of its expansive set list.  The 24-song set list featured in the recording’s Blu-ray disc spans half of the veteran performer’s catalogue.  Given, it is not necessarily a career-defining recording since it pulls very liberally from her most recent album – 12 songs in all — after which the tour was named, but the fact that she took audiences back to her earliest days and up to her most recent, that speaks volumes of the attempt to appeal to every fan.  The recording’s CD platform boasts 15 of those 24 songs, which is still more than half of what is in the full audio-visual experience.  To that end, while audiences might not get the recording’s whole set list in the CD recording, they do get the entire show on Blu-ray in this combo pack.  Keeping that in mind, audiences get the whole show regardless, showing the importance of the set list that takes Madonna’s fans largely through her career, even if not entirely.  Even with the importance exhibited by the recording’s set list, it is not the last of the recording’s most important elements.  The concert’s collective cinematography and editing are just as important to its presentation as its set list.

The collective cinematography and editing used throughout Rebel Heart Tour is so important to its presentation because it takes the concert experience to the next level for audiences.  Rather than just presenting various shots and edits, those behind the cameras and computers obviously worked diligently to make the experience for audiences something very special here.  From special fades to element mixes to even little details such as shutter speed slowing and other items, it is clear that plenty of attention was placed on the visual aspect of this concert.

Much the same can be said of the work put in for the concert’s sound editing.  Considering the large size of the venue in this recording, proper sound editing was just as paramount as video editing so that the music did not get lost in the vastness of the venue.  Audiences will be pleased to know that those charged with editing the recording’s sound went to painstaking efforts to balance the sound with the openness of the venue, with a very positive result.  Keeping that in mind with the general effect created through the recording’s equally expert cinematography and video editing, it can be said easily that this recording’s overall editing and its cinematography (I.E. its overall production values) are of the utmost expertise.  They make the recording that much more appealing for Madonna’s (again adult) audiences.  Those values are yet one more part of what must be noted in examining this recording.  Its bonus material plays its own part in its presentation, too.

The bonus material included in this recording is made up of a look at Madonna’s annual Tears of a Clown show.  That performance is just as explicit as the recording’s main feature, if not more so.  In other words, it should be stressed again that this is not proper for audiences under 18.  From explicit jokes to language to general content, there is a lot that only adult audiences should see and hear.  Having noted that, what’s interesting about this performance is its difference from her general concerts in terms of its setup.  Madonna spends much more time here interacting with the audience than she might in her regular concerts.  This  is important because it shows her ability to connect with her audiences not just through her music and performances but through her own personality.  It is an interesting glimpse into that less common type of performance from Madonna that those perhaps not lucky enough to experience will appreciate it.  Keeping that in mind, it proves clearly why it is so important to the recording’s overall presentation.  Even being – again – as explicit as the recording’s main feature, if not more so, it is an integral part of the concert experience for Madonna’s adult fans and in turn puts the finishing touch on the recording’s presentation.  When all three elements are joined together, they show the recording to be a whole that, once more, Madonna’s adult audiences will fully appreciate.

Madonna’s latest live recording Rebel Heart Tour is another successful journey into unfamiliar territory for Eagle Rock Entertainment, and a work that Madonna’s most devout adult audiences will want to add to their collections.  That is due, as discussed already, to an expansive set list, which gives audiences a vivid picture of the veteran pop star’s catalogue.  The production values also noted here play their own critical part to the recording’s whole, giving audiences not just a concert experience, but a concert film experience.  The bonus material included in the recording adds its own touch to the package, too.  Each element is important in its own right to the recording’s whole.  All things considered, they make this recording a win for Eagle Rock and for Madonna’s adult audiences.  It is available now in stores and online.  More information on Rebel Heart Tour is available online now along with all of Madonna’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Blameshift, The Nearly Deads To “Wake The Dead” Together This Fall

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Blameshift and The Nearly Deads are joining forces for a co-headlining tour.

The bands will hit the road together for what is being dubbed the “Wake The Dead Tour.”  The tour, which is sponsored by Strung, launches Oct. 12 in Stanhope, NJ and runs through Nov. 2 in Nashville, TN, The Nearly Deads’ home town.  Along with that hometown show for The Nearly Deads, the tour also includes performances in cities in Texas, Nebraska, Pennslyvania, Oklahoma and other states.

The tour’s full schedule is noted below.

The Wake The Dead Tour

Oct 12 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House

Oct 13 – Pittsburgh, PA – Diesel Concert Lounge

Oct 14 – Westland, MI – Token Lounge

Oct 15 – Mentor-On-The-Lake, OH – Music LynXX

Oct 17 – South Bend, IN – Cheers

Oct 19 – Braidwood, IL – Top Fuel Saloon

Oct 20 – West Allis, WI – Rosco’s

Oct 21 – Fort Atkinson, WI – Hijynx

Oct 22 – Rolla, MO – Shots

Oct 24 – St Louis, MO – The Firebird

Oct 26 – Omaha, NE – Bourbon Saloon

Oct 27 – Kansas City – TBA

Oct 28 – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard

Oct 30 – Fort Worth, TX – The Railclub

Oct 31 – Little Rock, AR – The Rev Room

Nov 1 – Knoxville. TN – The Open Chord

Nov 2 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown

For The Nearly Deads, the tour will be in support of their latest EP Revenge of the Nearly Deads.  The band is currently making waves with the songs ‘Diamond in the Rough’ and ‘My Evil Ways,’ both of which are included in the band’s new EP.

Blameshift will be working in support of its latest album Heart of Stone, which it released in 2016.  That album spawned for the band, the hit single ‘Monster,’ which is a commentary on the dangers associated with greed.

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Reckless Kelly Announces ‘Millican’ Re-Issue Date, Specs

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Reckless Kelly is re-issuing its debut album.

The veteran country/rock outfit will re-issue its 1997 album Millican on Oct. 20 on a special double LP vinyl release to mark the 20th anniversary of the album’s original release. The record will be released via the band’s own label, No Big Deal Records.

Pre-orders are open now for the re-issue, which is limited to only 1,000 copies.  It will include two bonus tracks not included in the original release – ‘Wild Western Windblown Band’ and ‘Millican.’  Audiences can hear ‘Wild Western Windblown Band’ now via Soundcloud.

Along with the record’s new vinyl pressing, fans who order the record will also get a digital download card, CD copy of Millican, T-shirt and koozie. Band member Willia Braun said of the re-issue that the band never originally intended to release the album on vinyl, but felt its vinyl re-issue was fitting because of the current musical climate.

“When we made Millican we never thought to release it on vinyl,” Braun said.  “Casettes were still being phased out CDs were the new big deal, and we’d just heard about this thing called “the internet.”  Now that ironically, vinyl is the new big deal, we’ve decided that Millican deserves as place in the record collection.  It was, after all, recorded to tape (something that only the cool cats were doing at the time) so it seems fitting to have an all analogue version available for the die hards.”

The full track listing for Millican’s re-issue is noted below.

Tracklist:
 
1) Back Around
2) Walton Love
3) It’s All Over
4) I Still Do
5) Black & White
6) Waitin’ On The Blues
7) Hatax
8) Hey Say May
9) Drink Your Whiskey
10) Baby’s Gone Blues
11) Time Bomb
12) Wild Western Windblown Band
13) Millican

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Deep Purple Debuts New Single’s Video; Announces New Live Material Coming

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Things are picking up again in the Deep Purple camp.

The veteran rock outfit on Wednesday debuted the video for its latest single ‘The Surprising,’ which is taken from the band’s most recent album Infinite.  The album was released April 7, 2017.

The animated video is presented in a comic book style both artistically and stylistically, with each shot progressing to the next very much in the style of cells in a comic book.  The song itself is classic Deep Purple, stylistically, showing clearly its influence on the likes of Dream Theater and other similar contemporaries.

The video’s debut is just one of the big pieces of news to come from Deep Purple.  The band also announced Wednesday via a news release that it will release its new making of documentary for Infinite in November on Blu-ray.  The 97-minute doc, titled From Here To Infinite, will be released via earMusic.

The band also announced Wednesday that it will release a new live recording titled The Infinite Live Recordings, Pt. 1 this fall, too.  The 3-disc vinyl LP recording was originally captured at Hellfest 2017, France’s biggest annual metal festival.  It presents the band in a previously unreleased 80-minute live performance.

The full rundown for From Here To Infinite and The Infinite Live Recordings, Pt. 1 is noted below.

TRACK LIST FROM HERE TO INFINITE (Blu-ray)  
 The Movie  From Here to inFinite (97 min.)

Bonus (132 min.)
 Audio commentary by Deep Purple
 Live At Hellfest 2017
1. Time for Bedlam
2. Birds of Prey
3. Smoke on the Water

 Outtakes From Here to inFinite
1. Full Interview with Joe Satriani
2. Corky – The Recording Engineer

 Official Music Videos
1. The Surprising
2. Johnny’s Band
3. Johnny’s Band Documentary
4. All I Got Is You

 About inFinite – Interviews
1. About the Album
2. Beyond the Album
3. Track by track
4. Rapid Fire interview
5. Behind the Scenes photoshoot

TRACK LISTING FOR THE INFINITE LIVE RECORDINGS, VOL. 1 (3LP)
Side A
1. Time for Bedlam
2. Fireball
3. Bloodsucker

Side B
1. Strange Kind of Woman
2. Uncommon Man

Side C
1. The Surprising
2. Lazy

Side D
1. Birds Of Prey
2. Hell To Pay
3. Key Solo

Side E
1. Perfect Strangers
2. Space Truckin’
3. Smoke On The Water

Side F
1. Hush
2. Black Night

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Hank, Pattie & The Current Succeed In A Big Way On Its Sophomore Album

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Early this past June, up-and-coming bluegrass act Hank, Pattie & The Current released its second full-length studio recording.  The album, released via Robust Records, is yet another impressive effort from the Chapel Hill, N.C.-based band and secures even more the band’s place in the bluegrass world.  That is thanks to musical and lyrical content throughout that ensures listeners’ engagement from beginning to end.  The album’s opener ‘Daddy Prayed’ is just one of the songs featured in this record that supports that statement.  It will be discussed shortly.  ‘What Whiskey Can Do’ is another of the songs included in the album that supports said statement.  It will be discussed later.  The album’s upbeat closer ‘Not Much To Say’ supports that statement and will also be discussed later.  It is hardly the last of the songs featured in this record that make the record so solid and enjoyable.  Each of the numbers not discussed here support the noted statement, too.  All things considered, Hold Your Head Up High proves in the end to be another solid effort from Hank, Pattie & The Current, and gives “high” hopes for this N.C.-based bluegrass band’s future.

Hank, Pattie & The Current’s sophomore album Hold Your Head Up High is a record that gives the up-and-coming bluegrass band’s members plenty of reason to hold its collective heads high.  That is because it proves over the course of its 12-song sequence to be everything that a fan of the genre could ever hope for both musically and lyrically.  The album’s opener ‘Daddy Prayed’ is just one of the songs included in the album that supports that statement.  Musically speaking, the song’s upbeat musical arrangement puts listeners in a positive mindset from the outset.  Just as interesting to note is the sense of urgency in that arrangement both in that tempo and its key.  It is presented somewhere slightly between a major and minor key, giving vocalist Pattie Hopkins Kinlaw’s words their own powerful identity.  Speaking of those words, the song lyrically comes across as a strong introspective piece.  That is inferred as Kinlaw sings in the song’s lead verse, “I grew up in rural N.C./A block from that little white church you see…When I was a girl/When I grew up he wanted me to see the world/And I’ve been round and round/Time slowed down.”  She goes on to sing in the song’s second verse, “The day we met/I knew that life would change for best/Friends they pardoned me/For sins you see/Sins you see/They burdened me/They give me things/Things to believe/And I know time goes on/If I can be/Be so bold.”  In the song’s final verse, she seems to pay tribute to her father as she sings, “When I get that glance/I can see I lived with no regrets/Oh, I hope you see/You live in me/Live in me.”  It is as if this final statement, when joined with the rest of the song is an affirmation that her father’s efforts to raise her right paid off.  At the same time, it is a proud, confident statement instead of what could have easily been some overly schmaltzy, saccharine sweet statement.  Luckily that didn’t turn out to be the case lyrically or even musically.  Considering that, this song proves to show a certain focus within the band in whole, making it a strong start for the album and—once again—proof of what makes this latest effort from Hank, Pattie & The Current an impressive new album.  It is just one of the songs included in this record that serves that purpose, too.  ‘What Whiskey Can Do’ is another example of what makes Hold Your Head Up High so enjoyable.

‘What Whiskey Can Do’ stands out among its counterparts on this new album in part because of its musical arrangement, just as with the album’s opener.  The song’s musical arrangement easily lends itself to comparisons to the likes of Earl Scruggs, Bill Monroe and other similar famed bluegrass acts.  That is thanks to Benjamin Parker’s vocal talents and those of his fellow musicians here.  Musically speaking, the combination of those parts makes this song one of the album’s most infectious and enjoyable, if only musically.  Of course the song’s musical element is only one half of what makes it work so well.  Its lyrical content cannot be ignored.  Parker sings in the song’s lead verse, “I won’t pour out this bottle of bourbon over you/I’m still soothed by the taste…If only you knew what this whiskey could do/Before you walk out that door.” This is a classic theme not only in bluegrass, but in classic country, too.  It is a theme that made the likes of Hank Williams Sr., George Strait and so many other veterans household names.  Parker sings in the song’s second verse, “I can drown myself in a glass of 90 proof…I stand taller and taller and with each little bother/I take ‘em out with my bare hands.”  Again, this is classic bluegrass and country through and through.  When it is joined with the song’s equally old school musical throwback in its arrangement, the whole of the two makes the song one that is certain to entertain bluegrass and country fans alike, and fans of those genres of any age.  That more than shows what makes this song stand out among its counterparts on this album.  Even more, it becomes even more proof of what makes the album overall such a strong new effort from Hank, Pattie & The Current.  It is not the last of the songs included in this record that makes the album so enjoyable either.  The album’s closer, ‘Not Much To Say’ is one more example of what makes the album stand out.

‘Not Much To Say’ gives one just as much to say as the songs previously discussed here.  As with those songs (and those not noted here), that is due in part to its musical arrangement.  Musically speaking, this is another one of those works that throws back to the great bluegrass founders of days past.  It is a fun, toe-tapping composition that offers more than its share of entertainment.  It is only one part of what makes this song so entertaining.  There is plenty to say about the song’s lyrical content, too.  Robert Thornhill, who also handles mandolin and occasional vocal duties for the band, sings here, “Walkin’ round in the missin’ towns’/Packin’ up things but I’m doin’ fine/Carry on, oh carry on/Lookin’ back on another time/When you were mine/All dressed in white/Oh, carry on/Carry on/Well there’s not much to say/I guess things, they just work out that way.”  He sings just as introspectively yet light-heartedly in the song’s second verse, accepting again life the way that it is.  This is a mindset from which so many people can learn.  Things happen.  That’s life.  That positive vibe presented in the song’s lyrical content joins with the song’s equally upbeat musical vibe to make the song in whole a great ending to the album and one more example of what makes the album stand out in whole.  When it is joined with the other songs noted here and those not noted, the whole of the album proves to be a work that gives the band’s members plenty of reason to hold their collective heads up.

Hank, Pattie & the Current’s sophomore album Hold Your Head Up High is a work that presents the up-and-coming Chapel Hill, N.C.-based band as a valid act in the national, mainstream bluegrass community.  That is proven time and again throughout the song’s musical arrangements and equally enjoyable lyrical content. From the introspection of the album’s opener to the old-school bluegrass and country hints of ‘What Whiskey Can Do’ and ‘Not Much To Say’ to the album’s other songs not noted here, there is plenty to appreciate about this record.  That being the case, Hold Your Head Up High once again proves in the end to be a record that gives the band’s members plenty of reason to hold their heads high.  It is available now.  More information on Hold Your Head Up High is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

 

 

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Mister G’s ‘Green World’ Gets The Gold

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Children’s entertainer Mister G has made quite the name for himself throughout his career, turning out album after album of family-friendly music that successfully bridges cultural and musical boundaries  That success was continued late this month when the Latin Grammy® Award-winning musician released his latest album Mundo Verde/Green World.  The 11-song record, his eighth offering, is a success due in part to its overall theme.  That will be discussed shortly.  The variety presented throughout the record’s musical arrangements is just as important to discuss in examining the album’s presentation as its central theme.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements.  Each element is important in its own right to the album’s whole.  All things considered, they make Mundo Verde / Green World yet another successful offering from Mister G and potentially one of this year’s top new children’s albums.

Mister G’s eighth studio recording Mundo Verde / Green World is yet another successful offering from the veteran children’s entertainer. That is thanks in no small part to the album’s central theme, which promotes environmental awareness.  Right from the album’s outset, Mister G sings to his listeners, “We’ve got to protect this planet of ours…I want to live in a green world.”  That emphasis on environmental awareness continues throughout the rest of the album’s run, too, in various ways.  From a song about recycling (which is in fact simply titled ‘Recycling’) to a song promoting the huge importance of the tiny honey bee (yes, that song is called ‘Bee’) to the encouraging ‘Yes We Can’ and more, this record’s songs focus in their own way on that one central theme of caring for the planet.  Obvious, Mister G is not the first artist from any genre to focus on the plight of the planet.  But this album marks the first of his albums to focus so wholly on that one subject.  It is one more way in which he continues to keep his albums varied from one to the next—his previous albums have paid tribute to the Jewish people and culture, general education and on animals among other topics—making that central theme all the more important to the album, even if the theme is not uncommon to the music industry in whole.  It is only one of the elements that makes this record so enjoyable.  The album’s musical styles exhibit their own variety throughout its run.

The variety presented throughout Mister G’s latest album is so important because it shows just as much as the album’s theme, Mister G’s continued conscious effort to keep things fresh for his listeners.  ‘Agua’ takes the Latin sounds for which Mister G has come to be known throughout his career and crosses them with an arrangement that conjures thoughts of the Hawaiin-islands.  With the recent success of Disney’s Moana, some might even start getting images of the Polynesian islands of the Pacific in listening to this song’s arrangement.  ‘How Many Fish’ is yet another surprise as its musical arrangement lends itself easily to comparisons to certain works from John Mayer.  The easygoing arrangement presented in ‘Paws in the Air’ stands out in its own way with its easy comparison to works from Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson and other similar acts.  Even the more Latin-leaning arrangements featured in this record show their own identity from one another.  Considering the variety exhibited throughout the course of this record’s arrangements, it becomes clear why the record’s musical variety is so important to its overall presentation.  It still is not the last of the album’s most important elements.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements.

Mundo Verde / Green World’s sequencing is an important piece of the record’s whole because it is puts the finishing touch on the already solid foundation created through the record’s theme and musical variety.  The finishing touch in question is a continued energy from one song to the next, with the variations in that energy being just enough from one to the next to ensure listeners’ engagement.  The sequencing also involved variations, just slight enough, in the arrangements to ensure even more listeners’ engagement.  Keeping this in mind, the album’s sequencing proves to be just as critical to its overall presentation as its central theme and its musical variants.  When all three elements are joined, they make the album in whole yet another successful offering from Mister G and potentially one of this year’s top new children’s albums.

Mister G’s latest full-length studio album Mundo Verde / Green World is yet another successful offering from the veteran children’s entertainer.  It is also potentially one of the year’s top new children’s albums, as is evidenced in the focus of the album’s central theme and musical variations.  The album’s sequencing shows just as much focus.  Keeping that in mind, all three elements collectively make this album enjoyable from start to finish.  It is available now in stores and online.  More information on Mundo Verde / Green World is available online now along with all of Mister G’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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