It covers the full range of Memphis music from Rock and Roll and Country to Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Gospel.It also contains recordings made for the Nashville-based Sun International Corporation after 1968.Se trata de un espacio en transformación constante por la luz.Un gran laberinto cuyas salidas se abren y rematan en el oceano.With the assistance of bassist Wendell Marshall and drummer Charlie Persip, Garland explores and updates seven veteran songs (including a previously unreleased "My Blue Heaven") dating from the '20s era.This fine LP is highlighted by such unlikely material as "Sonny Boy," "St.Un programa en concordia con la arquitectura circundante.
In this ninety-minute collection of more than twenty sketches—all of them musical and almost all of them involving sex or relationships (or both)—the vocally and comedically talented cast (led by founder and director Brian Posen on the piano) energetically deliver their solos, duets and group numbers with the chops of singers who happen to be comedians rather than comedians attempting to sing (there’s a big difference).Director Brendan Dowling deserves kudos for pulling together a show that is sharper and clearly more rehearsed than many sketch shows in town. Rather than just watching and enjoying the sketch, I shifted into fact checking the piece. And yet, the sketches themselves lack an essence that holds the attention. Well, during one sketch Mark Campbell plays a character who is returning to his small hometown after becoming the CEO of one of the biggest businesses in Chicago. If it doesn’t hold the attention, it allows the mind to wander. The show employs a framing device: a set of scenes that take place inside a stretch limousine during a bachelor party.The first scene inside the limo is the strongest of the series.The callbacks to that scene are a bit perplexing and ineffective.