Grapefruit Moon: The Songs of Tom Waits is Southside's tribute to one of his favorite songwriters, but also a pet sound: big band music. The idea to marry the brassy, ballsy sound of a big band to Tom Waits' cinematic, character-driven songs has been sitting in the back of Southside's mind for sometime.
Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. The 27 trombones that earned one of Down Beat's rare 5***** review. Each of the selections on this set has between seven and a dozen trombonists along with a rhythm section. The first five selections were recorded with East Coast musicians and the next six with players from the West Coast but, truth be told, there is no real difference in the style of music.
Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. Saxes Inc – a unique sax-heavy session done by Warner Brothers, and a blaring batch of tracks played by an all-star all-sax group that includes Herb Geller, Phil Woods, Gene Quill, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Seldon Powell, Hal McKusick, and Georgie Auld! Bob Prince arranged and conducted, and the approach is surprisingly modernist, with the saxes carrying the bulk of the rhythm and melody, as well as the solos – a really great approach that makes for plenty of unique moments – all handled with a sound that's a lot more fluid than you might expect! Titles include "Four Brothers" (of course!), "The Gypsy", "Night In Tunisia", "Jumpin With Symphony Sid", and "Axmobile".
An unflattering look inside America's corporate controlled food industry.
Real world hustlers control the underworld economy. From human trafficking to fake pharma, this dark and seedy world has players on every level. Each vies to take the top spot in their respective niche. Shadow Kings and Queens profit off illegal trades across the globe.
The waters of Southeast Asia are some of the most dangerous in the world, with the channels between Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia offering rich pickings for pirates. Special Investigator for Risk Intelligence Karsten von Hoesslin embarks on an undercover surveillance mission watching suspicious tankers. With 25 percent of the world’s oil at stake, law enforcement will stop at nothing to track the pirates stealing and the companies paying them to steal.