All About Jazz

Home » Search Center » Results: Shout! Factory

Results for "Shout! Factory"

Advanced search options

2

Article: Film Review

The Harder They Come Collector's Edition

Read "The Harder They Come Collector's Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


Jimmy Cliff The Harder They Come Collector's Edition Shout! Factory 2019 With the inclusion of six hours of bonus content in addition to its initial release in high-definition, The Harder They Come in its Collector's Edition may be even more enlightening on a cultural level now than it was when originally ...

1

Article: Film Review

Santana Live At US Festival

Read "Santana Live At US Festival" reviewed by Doug Collette


Santana Live At US Festival Shout! Factory 2019 The Carlos Santana appearing at the US Festival in 1982 is not the same hungry street urchin transformed by the music he made early in his career with the band under his name. Since the galvanizing breakthrough at Woodstock in 1969, the group ...

Album

Black Beehive

Label: Shout! Factory
Released: 2014
Track listing: Hey Delila; Everything About You; Seven State Lines Josephina; Black Beehive; We Won't Go Back; Fear, Greed and Ignorance; Hubert's Dream; I Get Smooth; Travellin' Light; ​Forever Bonnie.

Album

In The Mood

Label: Shout! Factory
Released: 2014

5

Article: Album Review

Big Head Todd and the Monsters: Black Beehive

Read "Black Beehive" reviewed by Doug Collette


Big Head Todd & The Monsters have maintained a solid and occasionally high profile since their formation in 1986. Regular studio and road work has produced a fairly extensive discography of albums and DVD's as well as authorized concert recordings, including their previous project under the pseudonym Big Head Blues Club, 100 Years of Robert Johnson, ...

Album

The Pogues: The Very Best Of The Pogues

Label: Shout! Factory
Released: 2013
Track listing: Dirty Old Town; The Sunnyside Of The Street; If I Should Fall From Grace With God; The Irish Rover; Rain Street; A Pair Of Brown Eyes; Boys From The County Hell; Fairytale Of New York; Body Of An American; Thousands Are Sailing; Sally MacLennane; Misty Morning, Albert Bridge; Tuesday Morning; Rainy Night In Soho; Streams Of Whiskey; The Sickbed Of Cúchulainn; Young Ned Of The Hill; Love You ’Till The End.

4

Article: Extended Analysis

The Pogues: The Very Best Of The Pogues

Read "The Pogues: The Very Best Of The Pogues" reviewed by Skip Heller


The hybrid of punk rock and world music is by now expected, and the Pogues are by now the known avatar. But in 1984, when the band's debut album, Red Roses For Me (Stiff), was released, it made no impression. It didn't sell, and it wasn't written about much. Their blend of Celtic folk and English ...

4

Article: Multiple Reviews

Los Lobos: Kiko @ 20 (x3)

Read "Los Lobos: Kiko @ 20 (x3)" reviewed by Doug Collette


In the twenty years since the release of Kiko, Los Lobos has made albums equally brilliant--The Town and The City (Mammoth, 2006) for instance--but it has never made one better. This eighth album from the East Los Angeles band, in fact, stands as a template for all subsequent Los Lobos albums (hear 2011's Tin Can Trust) ...

7

Article: Hardly Strictly Jazz

Los Lobos: Kiko - 20th Anniversary Edition

Read "Los Lobos: Kiko - 20th Anniversary Edition" reviewed by Skip Heller


Los Lobos Kiko: 20th Anniversary Edition Shout! Factory 2012 Looking over the punk-era rise of Los Angeles roots rock, reveals an embarrassment of musical riches. The prototypical outfit was The Blasters, a literate working class rockabilly-tinged barband whose songs (written by Dave Alvin) were knowing, compassionate stories of real American life, ...

4

Article: Multiple Reviews

Los Lobos: Kiko @ 20 (x3)

Read "Los Lobos: Kiko @ 20 (x3)" reviewed by John Kelman


With a career now well into its fourth decade, and with a discography heavy on hits and light on misses, there are still sure to be certain recordings that stand out amidst a growing catalog. Yet, when Los Lobos released Kiko (Warner Bros.) in 1992, it had an album that not only stood out--if for no ...


Engage

Contest Giveaways
Enter our latest contest giveaway sponsored by Mosaic Records
Publisher's Desk
Double the Fun! Jazz & Wine Return to All About Jazz
Read on.

All About Jazz needs your support

Donate
All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded albums and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, limited reopenings and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary step that will help musicians and venues now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the sticky footer ad). Thank you!

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.