Dr. Wesley Britton is the author of four books on espionage on TV, Films, and in literature. He's co-host of online radio's "Dave White Presents" where he interviews musicians, authors, actors, and entertainment insiders. He teaches English at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Crossfire Hurricane may not say anything new about the Rolling Stones, but the documentary is still a delight for both fans and those less familiar with the band.
A new reissue of Rainbow: Live In Munich 1977 captures the one film of Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio, and Cozy Powell together.
A new series of Leslie Charteris The Saint reissues includes new material and all the Saintliness that readers have been loving for over 80 years.
Willie Nile's American Ride is another testament to one of the most underrated and uplifting rockers of our times.
Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie Soundtrack isn't really a soundtrack, but rather two stoners clowning around with musical support.
This release is an eclectic sampler of Louisiana music from the Likes of Jerry Reed, Tony Joe White, Hank Williams, and Buckwheat Zydeco.
Marshall Chapman's Blaze of Glory is a seasoned veteran's menu of rockabilly ingredients in an old fashioned Southern delight.
The reborn Del-Lords serve up upbeat roots rock on Elvis Club.
Creed Bratton's three act Tell Me About It is an audio autobiography with a variety of musical styles and approaches.
The spacey electronic music of The Caves of Androzani is a nice souvenir for Doctor Who fans, especially those who like vintage 1980s music.