JAMES BROWN - I Got The Feelin'
3 DVD set includes the historic Boston Garden set, April 5th 1968, the day after Martin Luther King's assassination
This beautifully crafted - once-in-a-lifetime concert - was organized by Montreux Jazz Festival founder Claude Nobs - in July 2008 and features well know artists who Jones has worked with over his career in over 3 hours of footage.
SAM AND DAVE - The Original Soul Men (Historic Music)
W0W!!!! Could these guys sing and move! Pure energy and magic.
Not high quality video like today's but DEFINITELY worth having. The audio is okay, but a great performance
Unquestionably Britain's greatest female vocalist, Dusty Springfield made some of the finest recordings of the sixties. Dusty Springfield: Once Upon A Time 1964 - 1968 features 20 complete songs filmed from 1964 to 1969 and has all of her greatest hits and more. Included on the DVD are her early classics I Only Want To Be With You , Wishin' And Hopin' and I Just Don't Know What To Do With My Self as well as timeless hits Son Of A Preacher Man , The Look Of Love and You Don't Have To Say You Love Me.
In between the performances, Dusty's story is told through new interviews with Burt Bacharach, singer Madeline Bell (who sang back-up for Dusty in the `60s) and Simon Bell (who sang back-up for Dusty from the 70s through the 90s) filmed exclusively for the DVD as well as Dusty herself via a newly discovered, previously unseen biographical interview from 1978. The bonus features include Dusty's complete 1965 and 1966 New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert appearances as well as a duet with Burt Bacharach on A House Is Not A Home. www.amazon.com
Otis is electrifying, and his performance of "I've Been Loving You Too Long" alone is worth the price.