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

Courtesy:  Arrow Video/MVD Visual

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

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

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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Alligator Records’ 20th Anniversary Tour Doc To Be Released Next Month

Courtesy:  MVD Entertainment Group

Courtesy: MVD Entertainment Group

Alligator Records is one of the most important and iconic labels in the world of the blues.  The label has been home to some of the greatest blues artists of all time since its inception more than forty years ago.  Those artists include the likes of: Charlie Musselwhite, Koko Taylor, Buddy Guy, Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, and so many greats both past and present.  Next month blues fans will get to experience some of those artists when MVD Entertainment Group releases the tour documentary Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records.

Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records will be released on Friday, April 22nd in stores and online.  It will be released exclusively on Blu-ray.  The recording presents a handful of performances from the label’s 20th Anniversary Tour, which was held in the spring of 1992.  The recording is a companion to the already released double-disc presentation of performances from the tour.  That presentation was released April 20th, 1993 via Alligator Records.  It can be purchased online direct via Alligator Records’ online store at http://www.alligator.com/albums/The-Alligator-Records-20th-Anniversary-Tour/.  The recording presented in the new Blu-ray presentation was held March 12th, 1992 at Philadelphia’s now-defunct Chestnut Cabaret.  Some of the songs featured in the recording include: ‘Pride and Joy’ and ‘Ed’s Boogie’ (Lil Ed), ‘Pussycat Moan’ and ‘Lord, I Wonder’ (Katie Webster), ‘El-Bo’ and ‘Beer Drinking Woman’ (Elvin Bishop), ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’ (Koko Taylor), ‘Wife For Tonight’ and ‘I Want All My Money Back’ (Lonnie Brooks), ‘It’s A Dirty Job’ (Koko Taylor with Lonnie Brooks), and ‘Sweet Home Chicago’ (final joint encore).  Along with the main concert presentation the new Blu-ray recording will also feature “Alligator Tales – The Making of Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records” as a bonus companion piece to the concert.  Audiences can watch the nearly eleven feature online now via Vevo at https://vimeo.com/146601598.

 

Alligator Records Making Of Clip

 

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PBS Dominates The Documentary Ranks Again In 2015

The final hours of 2015 are officially here. And with the final hours ticking away, Phil’s Picks is helping you to pass the time with the last year-ender lists of the year for discussion. Phil’s Picks has already covered quite a bit of ground in the last week and a half or so of the year. But there is still a little bit of ground to cover before the final countdown begins. That ground includes the list presented here. As always, the Top 10 titles make up the main body of the list with the bottom five each receiving honorable mention. Enough rambling for now. Presented for your consideration dear readers, is the Phil’s Picks 2015 Top 10 New Documentaries.

PHIL’S PICKS 2015 TOP 10 NEW DOCUMENTARIES

1. AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: WALT DISNEY

2. SECRETS OF THE DEAD: BEN FRANKLIN’S BONES

3. THE SIXTIES

4. NOVA: NAZI ATTACK ON AMERICA

5. THE BOMB

6. NOVA: SECRETS OF NOAH’S ARK

7. SUNSHINE SUPERMAN

8. JACO

9. I’LL BE ME

10. DINOSAUR 13

11. AMERICAN HERCULES: BABE RUTH

12. MAGICIAN

13. I’M NO DUMMY

14. NATURE: INVASION OF THE KILLER WHALES

15. NOVA: LETHAL SEAS

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Lionsgate, Others Offer Solid Alternatives To Hollywood’s Power Five Studios In 2015

Looking at numbers from the box office this year, one would imagine that theaters did quite well. In terms of financial figures, they did. But in terms of really worthwhile offerings, theaters and studios clearly did not do that well. That is because much like 2014 the major theatrical offerings churned out this year were prequels, sequels, and remakes. Next year looks to be sadly much the same in that aspect. Luckily for all of the brainless, unoriginal content churned out by Hollywood’s major studios this year, audiences were offered some viable alternatives. Many of those alternatives came courtesy of Lionsgate and other independent studios. Magnolia Films’ dramedy Life’s A Breeze is just one of the noted films that proved to be one of the year’s best new movies. The independently released buddy flick A Walk in the Woods is another of those great alternatives. IFC’s Match and Manglehorn aso proved to be viable alternatives to all of the prequels, sequels, and remakes churned out by Hollywood’s Power Five Studios. And who would have thought that Shaun The Sheep: The Movie would prove to be so enjoyable, too? There’s no dialogue at all. What’s more it’s a claymation flick. But it has so much heart. It is one that the whole family should see together at least once. It is just one more movie that made it onto this critic’s list of the year’s Top 10 New Movies. Speaking of that list the following collection of titles makes up the Phil’s Picks 2015 Top 10 New Movies. And as always the top 10 make up the main body of the list while the bottom five each receive honorable mention for a total of fifteen titles. Enough rambling. Without any further ado, here for your consideration dear readers, is the Phil’s Picks 2015 Top 10 New Movies.

PHIL’S PICKS 2015 TOP 10 NEW MOVIES

1. A WALK IN THE WOODS

2. MATCH

3. SHAUN THE SHEEP: THE MOVIE

4. TURKEY HOLLOW

5. MR. HOLMES

6. LIFE’S A BREEZE

7. SPIKE ISLAND

8. LIFE’S A BREEZE

9. BELIEVE ME

10. SPARE PARTS

11. MANGLEHORN

12. SHIPS

13. GRACE

14. WHILE WE’RE YOUNG

15. DOG YEARS

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Jaco Is One Of 2015’s Top New Music, Overall Documentaries

Courtesy:  MVD Visual/Iron Horse Entertainment

Courtesy: MVD Visual/Iron Horse Entertainment

“He was our Hendrix.”  That one simple statement sums up what made bass legend Jaco Pastorius one of the most legendary figures to ever pick up the bass guitar if not the most legendary. It is a statement made by one of the interviewees in MVD Visual and Iron Horse Entertainment’s new documentary on Jaco Pastorius, or John Francis Pastorius III (as audiences learn in watching the new documentary about the famed bassist) and quite the powerful statement, too.  In watching through the nearly two-hour documentary audiences will agree that it is just one of the important statements made in reference to the brilliant yet troubled figure.  Speaking of the many statements made throughout the course of the documentary, the story presented via those statements lies at the center of the documentary.  It is just one of the elements that make the program worth the watch.  The footage and music incorporated into the story makes Jaco all the more engaging.  The bonus interviews included in the documentary’s second disc round out the program.  Together with the program’s central story and the footage and music used to flesh out the story, all three elements show in whole that Jaco is one of the year’s most important music documentaries and one of the year’s best documentaries overall.

MVD Visual and Iron Horse Entertainment’s new profile of Jaco Pastorius is one of 2015’s most important music documentaries.  It is also one of the year’s best documentaries overall.  The main reason for this is the very fact that it centers on a bass player — one of the most prolific bass players in modern music history no less.  That is just one part of what makes this documentary so important.  It is rare for bassists to get their own profile.  So that makes his presentation even more important.  At the center of the presentation is the story of a man with a brilliant yet troubled mind.  It was a mind troubled not by drugs and alcohol but by a mental disease.  To be more specific, he suffered from bipolar disorder.  As is noted in the interviews it wasn’t just bipolar disorder in general but a specific branch of bipolar disorder.  Considering this revelation made late in the program, the erratic behavior that those closest to him described make much more sense.  What’s really interesting to consider here is whether or not Pastorius himself knew that he suffered from the disorder or if anyone around him even had an inkling of it.  Considering that one of his friends alleges that Pastorius had told him that he [Pastorius] wanted to die, one can only assume that Pastorius knew that something was wrong with him.  Whether or not he knew specifically what it was and whether or not knowledge and treatment of bipolar disorder was available at the time is a whole other story in itself. These are just a couple aspects of the program’s main story that make Jaco such an interesting watch. There are also stories about an alleged rift between Pastorius and Joe Zawinul and some apparent issues with singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell, too. Those are just a couple of the side stories featured in this documentary that will keep viewers engaged. Together with the main story of Pastorius’ brilliant yet troubled mind, the whole of Jaco’s main presentation gives viewers plenty of reason to watch it.

The central story presented in Jaco is in itself more than enough reason for music lovers and lovers of music history to watch the documentary. That is because it paints a rich picture of a brilliant yet troubled mind. The thing is that his was a mind troubled not by drugs and alcohol but by mental disorder. While his battle with bipolar disorder obviously complicated his life, it also led to some of the most brilliant and innovative works that the music community in whole has ever had the pleasure of experiencing. And audiences learn all about that through the course of Jaco’s nearly two-hour run time. Of course the story centered on Pastorius’ impact on the music community is just one part of what makes this documentary such an important addition to this year’s field of documentaries. The combination of the program’s footage and music makes up another of the program’s key elements. In regards to the footage that accompanies the interviews, the footage gives audiences a look into Pastorius at different avenues of his career both onstage and off. It serves to help illustrate the highs and lows that he experienced and how they affected both him and those that were closest to him. The use of music from Joni Mitchell, Weather Report, and from Pastorius himself helps in its own way to give some insight (in hindsight that is) into the struggle that Pastorius must have fought throughout his life. That is especially the case as it is finally revealed late in the program that he suffered from bipolar disorder. Pastorius is shown sitting in front of a piano at a live venue playing a rather interesting piece that really heightens the importance of the revelation. It is just one example of how the music serves its own important purpose in Jaco’s overall presentation. The changing styles exhibited throughout the course of the program both before and after the revelation of his diagnosis shows in hindsight the intensity of the battle going on inside Pastorius’ mind. When coupled with the footage used to flesh out the story of Pastorius’ life and career the two elements together work with the documentary’s main story (told through collected interviews with those closest to Pastorius) to exhibit even more exactly why Jaco is such a rare and important gem of a documentary. Even with all of this in mind, there is still at least one more element to examine in Jaco’s overall presentation. That final element is the bonus material included with the program.

Both the central story of Jaco Pastorius’ story life and career and the material used to flesh out the story (I.E. the music and footage, which also includes home movies of Pastorius and his family) are integral parts in their own right to the whole of Jaco. While both elements are equally important to the whole of the program, the bonus material included in the presentation’s second disc cannot be ignored in its importance. The bonus material in question is an hour and forty minutes of bonus interview footage in which those closest to Jaco and even those who were more acquaintances share their memories of Pastorius. They share insightful thoughts and happy memories of the legendary bassist. Joni Mitchell shares her thoughts on having to hunt down Pastorius in one interview, revealing that he was at a “rehearsal” with members of Weather Report. In reality, he was where she expected to find him. But he wasn’t practicing. Instead he was playing Frisbee with one of his fellow musicians. There is also a funny anecdote from Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea in which Flea outlines the reach of Pastorius’ body of work as he discusses a young Australian teen that made a bet with him about learning Pastorius’ work. While the bet that Flea and the young gentleman made is itself pretty funny, the outcome of the deal is just as funny. There are also some insights that are at times thought-provoking and at others moving from those that knew him best. Together with the other noted interviews, the whole of those interviews makes Jaco’s bonus material just as important as the presentation’s other noted elements. Audiences will especially agree with this sentiment as they realize that the interviews in question are extensions of the interviews featured in the main body of the documentary. This adds even more interest to the interviews as it allows audiences to get a fuller view of the picture painted by those interviewed. Together with those interview segments and the material that accompanies said segments (the footage and music), all three elements combine to make Jaco a program that will keep audiences completely engaged from beginning to end. And in keeping audiences so solidly engaged, audiences will agree that Jaco proves, in the end, to be one of this year’s most important music documentaries and one of the year’s best new documentaries overall.

Jaco is a rare gem of a documentary. It is just as rare in the realm of music documentaries. That is because of how few documentaries have ever been produced about bass players. That is just part of what makes this presentation so important. The story presented within the documentary makes it even more important. It isn’t just another run-of-the-mill bio piece. It doesn’t follow Pastorius from birth to death. Rather it picks up in his young adult life and goes from there. And unlike so many other music documentaries it reveals a man that was troubled not by drugs and alcohol but by mental disorder. Audiences get more than just a bunch of interviews here, too. They also get a well-edited program that utilizes both home movies and pictures from Pastorius’ life and career, and samples of his music to help better illustrate the story of who Jaco Pastorius was. There are even complete interview segments included as bonus material to make that picture whole and clear. Whether through said interviews, through the noted music samples and footage, or through the program’s main story, audiences get so much from this new profile of one of the music industry’s most prolific performers. All things considered Jaco proves in the end to be without argument one of the most important music documentaries to be released this year and one of the best overall documentaries to be released this year. It is available now in stores and online via MVD Visual’s online store at http://mvdb2b.com/?q=Jaco&s=t&site_id=search&boolean=IN+BOOLEAN+MODE. More information on this and other titles from MVD Visual is available online now at:

 

 

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