Includes three complete episodes of the Cavett Show, and features off the cuff and outspoken interviews with a couple whose legendary status will probably never be surpassed within the music and entertainment world. (Culled from two separate shows in 1971, these were the first interviews Lennon had given after the dissolution of The Beatles, and the pair returned to the Cavett Show in the early Summer of 1972 to chat with the laid back host and perform two songs. Total duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Ella Fitzgerald is regarded by many as the greatest jazz singer of all time and was one of the dominant figures in the genre throughout the second half of the twentieth century. This album features over 42 timeless recordings from this formidable lady of Jazz But that's not all! Metro Sound & Vision brings you an outstanding performance from Ella's debut appearance at the '69 Montreux Jazz Festival a stage she was to grace many more times. Backed by the Tommy Flanagan Trio she delivers a set that combines contemporary tracks such as Sunshine Of Your Love and Hey Jude with classics like I Won't Dance and That Old Black Magic. Whatever the material this concert proves that Ella could always swing. -only while stocks last-
Fifty sides on a generous collection - all were recorded in London. On the evidence presented here alone, it is plain to hear that Bowlly's voice possessed that individuality which enables you to identify the singer almost immediately. Therein lies the secret of his popularity and enduring appeal.
Jimmy received many plaudits for his vocal spot during The Georgians stage shows. His voice almost operatic at times - and instantly recognisable. Come the war Gonella disbanded The Georgians. Jimmy teamed up with Al Bowlly as a double-act. They were billed as ''The Radio Stars with Two Guitars''. 5 of their recordings are featured here - including the 2 sides from their last session in April 1941. Just over two weeks after this session, Al Bowlly was killed in the Blitz. Jimmy made his last recording with Mantovani in March 1946.