Archival footage and interviews show us the entertainers of the 1940’s as they do their part for the war effort.
A four-disc set of every Edie Adams show from the early 1960s.
Remember back when variety shows were all the rage? The Best of The Dean Martin Variety Show proves that even after 40+ years, this is not only one of the best, but it’s still just as entertaining today.
Striptease became stripping when all the tease was taken out of it, but a new book remembers a time in America when strippers could be nearly as legitimate as singers or comedians. Ben Varkentine found his curiosity, peeked.
Glaswegian tech-heads go on a quest to make a dance version of “Rhinestone Cowboy” in Stuart David’s The Peacock Manifesto. Ian Koss discovers a book as loopy as David’s band, Looper.
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Just in time for the heavy metal Christmas shopping season, European author Alexandros Anesiadis delivers his latest — a thorough and riveting encyclopedia-type account of the hard-working DIY American bands that created an important underground music scene that’s well worth remembering.