The Pirates - Live At Dingwalls By the mid-1970's The Pirates were, without doubt, the most popular act on the club circuit in the UK with their reputation rapidly spreading throughout Europe and Scandinavia. However the band had first emerged in 1959 as a backing group to the late, great JOHNNY KIDD with whom they enjoyed a total of nine chart singles. Their re-emergence as a power rock/rhythm and blues trio took the live circuit by storm and their two Warner Brothers albums "Out Of Their Skulls" and "Skull Wars" received outstanding reviews. This DVD captures the band delivering the goods in their natural habitat with no holds barred!
Stray Cats - This Country's Rockin' Rockabilly was more than the blues. It had style. It had an outfit you could wear with it and a haircut and a dance you could do. It's flamboyant tough and colourful. All the elements were right for us to fall in love with - Brian Setzer.