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Roy Acuff
Wabash Cannon Ball

Cat No. JAYCD039

John Lee Hooker




Fred Astaire
Those Were The Days

Cat No. TWTDCD6002

John Lee Hooker



01. Puttin' On The Ritz
02. A Fine Romance
03. Funny Face
04. Crazy Feet
05. Night And Day
06. They Can't Take That Away From Me
07. I've Got You On My Mind
08. Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
09. Fascination Rhythm
10. My One And Only
11. Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
12. Cheek To Cheek
13. A Foggy Day
14. High Hat
15. New Sun In The Sand
16. Shall We Dance
17. Hang On To Me
18. Nice Work If You Can Get It

Hoyt Axton
Joy To The World

Cat No. JAYCD005

John Lee Hooker



01. Della And The Dealer
02. Joy To The World
03. Big Red
04. Heartbreak Hotel
05. Lonesome Road
06. Young Man
07. Nashville
08. I'll Be There
09. Double, Double Dare
10. South Bound
11. Never Gonna Work
12. I Love To Sing
13. Lion In The Winter
14. No, No Song
15. Red, White And Blue

The Bee Gees
Spicks And Specks

Cat No. HADCD105

John Lee Hooker



01. Wine And Women
02. Turn Around, Look At Me
03. How Many Birds
04. Claustrophobia
05. Three Kisses Of Love
06. To Be Or Not To Be
07. I Don't Think It's Funny
08. Spicks & Specks
09. How Love Was True
10. Follow The Wind
11. Take Hold Of That Star
12. I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men
13. I Am The World
14. Second Hand People
15. Every Day I Have To Cry
16. Monday's Rain

Tony Bennett
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1015

John Lee Hooker



01. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans
02. Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)
03. With Plenty Of Money and You
04. Anything Goes
05. Life Is A Song
06. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
07. Jeepers Creepers
08. Growing Pains
09. Poor Little Rich Girl
10. Are You Having Any Fun?
11. One O'Clock Jump
12. Jumpin' At The Woodside

Chuck Berry
Chuck Duck Walkin' Berry

Cat No. HHMMCD306

John Lee Hooker



01. Memphis Tennesee
02. Brown Eyed Handsome Man
03. Back In The USA
04. No Particular Place To Go
05. Johnny B Goode
06. Carol
07. Schooldays
08. Sweet Little Sixteen
09. Maybelline
10. Nadine
11. Roll Over Beethoven
12. You Never Can Tell
13. Reelin' And Rockin'
14. Rock And Roll Music
15. Little Queenie
16. Too Much Monkey Business
17. Thirty Days
18. Promised Land
19. My Ding-A-Ling (Live)

Pat Boone
April Love

Cat No. HADCD162

John Lee Hooker



01. Love Letter In The Sand
02. I Love You More And More
03. I Almost Lost My Head
04. Friendly Persuasion
05. Mr. Blue
06. April Love
07. Speedy Gonzales
08. Ain't That A Shame
09. Tutti Frutti
10. Don't Forbid Me
11. A Wonderful Time Up There
12. I Believe In Music
13. I'll Be Home
14. Moody River - She Fights That Lovin' Feelin'
15. Jambalaya
16. You Lay So Easy On My Mind
17. Bernadine
18. Where There's A Heartache
19. Poetry In Motion

Boxcar Willie
Gentleman Of Country

Cat No. HADCD177

John Lee Hooker



01. Hobo Heaven - Boxcar Willie
02. Medley - Boxcar Willie
03. North Of The Border - Johnny Rodriguez
04. How Could I Love Her So Much - Johnny Rodriguez
05. Tequila Sheila - Bobby Bare
06. White Freight Liner Blues - Bobby Bare
07. Farewell Party - Gene Watson
08. Memories To Burn - Gene Watson
09. Let Your Love Flow - Bellamy Brothers
10. If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body - Bellamy Brothers
11. Before The Next Teardrop Falls - Freddy Fender
12. Secret Love - Freddy Fender
13. Whisky River - Freddy Fender

James Brown
It's A Man's World

Cat No. HADCD164

John Lee Hooker



01. Give It Up Turn It Loose
02. Too Funky In Here
03. Gonna Have A Funky Good Time
04. Try Me
05. Get On The Good Foot
06. Get Up Off A That Thing
07. Georgia On My Mind
08. Hot Pants
09. I Got The Feeling
10. It's A Man's Man's Man's World
11. Cold Sweat
12. I Can't Stand It
13. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
14. I Feel Good
15. Please Please Please
16. Jam

Dave Brubeck
Take 5

Cat No. HHMMCD335

John Lee Hooker



01. Take 5
02. Blue Rondo A La Turk
03. Improvisation
04. Tritonis
05. Koto Song
06. Big Bad Basie
07. Benjamin Christopher David Brubeck
08. Black And Blue
09. Lover Man

Jerry Butler
The Ice Man

Cat No. HHMMCD344

John Lee Hooker




Cab Calloway
Those Were The Days

Cat No. TWTDCD6003

John Lee Hooker



01. Minnie The Moocher
02. St. Louis Blues
03. Sweet Georgia Brown
04. Mood Indigo
05. You Rascal You
06. Dinah
07. The Scat Song
08. Blues In My Heart
09. Bugle Call Rag
10. Aw You Dog
11. St. James Infirmary
12. Nobody's Sweetheart
13. Six Or Seven Times
14. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
15. Minnie The Moochers Wedding Day

Ace Cannon

Cat No. HHMMCD345

John Lee Hooker




Clarence Carter

Cat No. HHMMCD330

John Lee Hooker



01. Patches
02. Back Stabbers
03. Lovely Day
04. Brick House
05. Drift Away
06. Woman Don't Go Astray
07. I'm Easy
08. Got A Thing About You Baby
09. You Talk Too Much
10. Everybody Plays The Fool
11. You Don't Have To Say I Love You
12. Starting All Over Again

Ray Charles
Blues Is My Middle Name

Cat No. CWNCD2039

John Lee Hooker



01. Blues Is My Middle Name
02. Walkinand Talkin
03. Oh Baby
04. Going Away Blues
05. CC Rider
06. Alone In The City
07. Now She's Gone
08. Rockin' Guitar Blues
09. How Long
10. I Won't Let You Go
11. Sentimental Blues
12. Can Anyone Ask For More
13. Sitting On Top Of The World
14. Spitchel Mouth Blues
15. I'm Going Down To The River
16. Ray Charles Blues
17. Easy Riding Gal
18. Baby Tell What I've Done

Eric Clapton

Cat No. HADCD237

John Lee Hooker



01. She's So Respectable
02. Got To Hurry
03. A Certain Girl
04. For Your Love
05. I Wish You Would
06. Louise
07. Five Long Years
08. Early In The Morning
09. Pounds And Stomps
10. The First Time I Met The Blues
11. Stormy Monday Blues
12. Big Boss Man

Dee Clark
High School Sweaters

Cat No. HHMMCD340

John Lee Hooker




Patsy Cline
Sweet, Sweet Dreams

Cat No. JAYCD016

John Lee Hooker



01. Just A Closer Walk With Thee
02. I'm Blue Again
03. Life's Railway To Heaven
04. Stop, Look and Listen
05. Yes I Understand
06. Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray
07. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
08. Love Me, Love Me Honey Do
09. The Heart You Break May Be Your Own
10. I've Loved And Lost Again
11. I Can See An Angel
12. Come On In
13. Gotta Lotta Rhythm
14. Honky Tonk Merry Go Round
15. Cry Not For Me

Patsy Cline
The Legend Lives On

Cat No. HADCD130

John Lee Hooker



01. Walkin' After Midnight
02. I Cried All The Way To The Altar
03. In Care Of The Blues
04. I Can't Forget You
05. I Love You Honey
06. Just Out Of Reach
07. Waking Dream
08. Today, Tomorrow and Forever
09. Let The Teardrops Fall
10. Hungry For Your Love
11. Too Many Secrets
12. Never No More
13. Stop The World
14. I Don't Wanna
15. Turn The Cards Slowly
16. I've Loved And Lost Again

Patsy Cline
Those Were The Days

Cat No. TWTDCD6017

John Lee Hooker



01. Walkin' After Midnight
02. Just Out Of Reach
03. I Can't Forget You
04. I Love You Honey
05. Yes I Understand
06. Don't Ever Leave Me Again
07. Today, Tomorrow, Forever
08. Hungry For Love
09. I'm Moving Along
10. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
11. I've Loved And Lost Again
12. I Don't Wanna
13. I'm Blue Again
14. Let The Teardrops Fall
15. Never No More
16. Just A Close Walk With Thee
17. I Can See An Angel
18. To Many Secrets

Rosemary Clooney
Christmas With...

Cat No. FORTCD807

John Lee Hooker




The Coasters & More
20 All Time Greats

Cat No. HADCD155

John Lee Hooker



01. Charlie Brown - The Coasters
02. Little Egypt - The Coasters
03. Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Diamonds
04. Poetry In Motion - Johnny Tillotson
05. Rubber Ball - Bobby Vee
06. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - The Platters
07. Rock'n'Roll - The Coasters
08. Hats Off To Larry - Del Shannon
09. Sealed With A Kiss - Brian Hyland
10. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes - Bobby Vee
11. The Lion Sleeps Tonight - The Tokens
12. Yakety Yak - The Coasters
13. Will You Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles
14. Peggy Sue - The Crickets
15. La Bamba - The Tokens
16. Poison Ivy - The Coasters
17. Tell Laura I Love Her - Ray Peterson
18. Party Doll - Buddy Knox
19. At The Top

Nat King Cole
Mona Lisa

Cat No. HADCD223

John Lee Hooker



01. Unforgettable
02. It's Only A Paper Moon
03. Autumn Leaves
04. Mona Lisa
05. When You're Smiling
06. Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
07. Crazy Rhythm
08. To The Ends Of The Earth
09. Route 66
10. Thou Swell
11. The End Of A Beautiful Friendship
12. It's Crazy, But I'm In Love
13. You Stepped Out Of A Dream
14. I'm Shooting High
15. I'll See You In Cuba
16. The Sand And The Sea
17. Somebody Loves Me
18. Early Americans

John Coltrane
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1005

John Lee Hooker



01. Traneing In
02. I Want To Talk About You
03. Mr. P.C.
04. Made Man Miles
05. Afro Blue
06. Mr. R.C.M. Jr / My Favourite Things
07. Stuff I'm Partial To

Chick Corea
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1019

John Lee Hooker



01. Sea Breeze
02. Moments Notice
03. Come Rain Or Shine
04. Fiesta Piano Solo
05. I Ain't Mad At You

Bing Crosby
King Of The Crooners

Cat No. HADCD219

John Lee Hooker



01. Dinah
02. Temptation
03. Please
04. I've Got The World On A String
05. Pennies From Heaven
06. How Deep Is The Ocean
07. Blue Hawaii
08. Thanks
09. Did You Ever See A Dream Walking
10. I'm An Old Cowhand
11. St. Louis Blues
12. Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Light Of The Day)
13. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)
14. Some Of These Days
15. I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You
16. Someday Sweetheart

Bobby Darin
Greatest Hits

Cat No. HADCD152

John Lee Hooker



01. Mack The Knife
02. Dream Lover
03. Splish Splash
04. If I Were A Carpenter
05. Queen Of The Hop
06. Early In The Morning
07. Plain Jane
08. Girl Who Stood Beside Me
09. Funny What Love Can Do
10. A Quarter To Nine
11. Once Upon A Time
12. I Wish We're In Love Again

Mac Davis
Texas In My Rear View Mirror

Cat No. HHMMCD316

John Lee Hooker



01. A Man Don't Cry
02. Don't Say No
03. Honey Love
04. Looking At Linda
05. Let Em Try
06. Hey Monkey
07. Poor Loser
08. Standing In The Need Of Love
09. Sweet, Sweet Was Our Love
10. Once Was The Time Of Man
11. Weep Little Girl
12. Boys Ain't Supposed To Cry
13. Be A Good Little Girl
14. Why Can't I Be Like Others
15. So Long Sucker

Miles Davis
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1004

John Lee Hooker



01. A Night In Tunisia
02. Out Of Nowhere
03. Don't Blame Me
04. Scrapple From The Apple
05. Embraceable You
06. My Old Flame
07. Shawnuff
08. The Court
09. Stop, Look And Listen
10. Yardbird Suite
11. Cool Blues

Doris Day
America's Sweetheart Sings The Movie Classics

Cat No. HHMMCD308

John Lee Hooker



01. Moonlight Bay
02. Singin In The Rain
03. Tea For Two
04. Sentimental Journey
05. My Blue Heaven
06. I Only Have Eyes For You
07. The Very Thought Of You
08. Here In My Eyes
09. Stardust
10. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
11. A Guy Is A Guy
12. Crying My Heart Out For You
13. September In The Rain
14. Oh Me Oh My
15. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
16. Don't Worry 'Bout Me
17. I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
18. I Could Write A Book
19. While The Music Plays On
20. Till We Meet Again

Bo Diddley
Hey Bo Diddley

Cat No. HHMMCD327

John Lee Hooker



01. Bo Diddley
02. I'm Going Home
03. Mess Around
04. Crakin' Up
05. Dancin' Girl
06. Can I Go Home
07. Hong King
08. Somebody's Crying
09. Rhyme Song
10. Rockin' Bo
11. Let The Kids Dance
12. Hey Bo Diddley

Fats Domino
The Fatman

Cat No. HADCD133

John Lee Hooker



01. Ain't That A Shame
02. Blueberry Hill
03. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
04. The Fat Man
05. When The Saints Go Marching In
06. Blue Monday
07. Domino Twist
08. I'm In The Mood For Love
09. I'm In Love Again
10. Jambalaya
11. Lady Madonna
12. There Goes My Heart Again
13. Honest Paps Love Their Mamas Better
14. What A Price

Catch The Wind

Cat No. HADCD197

John Lee Hooker



01. Make Up Your Mind To Be Happy
02. Lalena
03. Stealing
04. Young But Growing
05. Young Girl Blues
06. Colours
07. Wear Our Love Like Heaven
08. Cosmic Wheels
09. Universal Soldier
10. Sadness
11. Sunshine Superman
12. Catch The Wind

The Drifters
On Broadway

Cat No. HADCD122

John Lee Hooker



01. Under The Boardwalk
02. I Count The Tears
03. Up On The Roof
04. Please Stay
05. On Broadway
06. When My Little Girl Is Smiling
07. True Love, True Love
08. There Goes My Baby
09. This Magic Moment
10. Some Kind Of Wonderful
11. Dance With Me
12. Save The Last Dance For Me
13. Sweets For My Sweet
14. Saturday Night At The Movies

Freddy Fender
The Man From South Of The Boarder

Cat No. JAYCD012

John Lee Hooker



01. Donna
02. Just Because
03. Running Back
04. The Rains Came
05. You'll Lose A God Thing
06. Mean Woman Blues
07. Jambalaya
08. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
09. Almost Persuaded
10. Jamaica Farewell
11. But I Do
12. Just A Little Bit
13. Ooh Po Pah Do
14. What'd I Say
15. Coming Home Soon

Freddy Fender
The Greatest Hits

Cat No. HADCD167

John Lee Hooker



01. Your Cheatin Heart
02. These Arms Of Mine
03. She's About A Mover
04. Baby I Want To Love You
05. High School Dance
06. Talk To Me
07. Let The Good Times Roll
08. In The Still Of The Night
09. A Man Can Try
10. Wasted Days And Wasted Nights
11. Crazy Baby
12. Enter My Heart
13. La Bamba
14. I'm Leaving It All Up To You
15. Wild Side Of Life
16. Sweet Summer Day
17. Mathilda
18. Silver Wings
19. Since I Met You Baby
20. Before The Next Teardrop Falls

Flatts Scruggs
Grass Roots Country

Cat No. JAYCD029

John Lee Hooker




Judy Garland
Those Were The Days

Cat No. TWTDCD6005

John Lee Hooker



01. Over The Rainbow
02. That Old Black Magic
03. Sweet Sixteen
04. Everybody Sing
05. I'm Nobody's Baby
06. The Sunny Side Of The Street
07. For Me And My Girl
08. All God's Chillin Got Rhythm
09. Embraceable You
10. When You Wore A Tulip
11. Stompin' At The Savoy
12. You Made Me Love You
13. A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow
14. It's A Great Day For The Irish
15. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
16. (Can This Be) The End Of The Rainbow

Judy Garland
Miss Showbusiness

Cat No. HADCD156

John Lee Hooker




Marvin Gaye
Distant Lover

Cat No. HADCD165

John Lee Hooker




Mickey Gilley
Lonely Wine All The Way Down The Line

Cat No. JAYCD014

John Lee Hooker



01. World Of Our Own
02. Valley Of Tears
03. Without You
04. That Heart Belongs To Me
05. Slippin' And Slidin'
06. Lonely Wine
07. It All Depends
08. Breathless
09. Down The Line
10. Susie Q
11. Caught In The Middle
12. In The Want Ads
13. My Babe
14. Night After Night
15. I Need Your Lovin'

Mickey Gilley
I Miss You

Cat No. PRACD4004

John Lee Hooker



01. Still Care About You
02. Keepin' On
03. That's How It Got To Be
04. I Miss You So
05. Just Out Of Reach
06. Grapevine
07. Frauline
08. No Greater Love
09. The Boy Who Didn't Pass
10. Ain't Goin' Home
11. Black Mountain
12. That's How It's Got To Be
13. Rocky Top
14. C C Rider

Benny Goodman
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1013

John Lee Hooker



01. Amapola
02. Basin Street Blues
03. Bugle Call Rag
04. Christopher Columbus
05. Goodnight My Love
06. Goody Goody
07. He Ain't Got Rhythm
08. Japanese Sandman
09. King Porter Stomp
10. Lazy River
11. Louise
12. My Melancholy Baby
13. One O'Clock Jump
14. Sandman
15. Sing Me A Swing Song
16. Sing, Sing, Sing
17. Smoke House Rhythm
18. St. Louis Blues
19. Stompin' At The Savoy
20. Sugar Foot Stomp
21. Thanks For The Memory
22. The Kingdom Of Swing

Merle Haggard
Branded Man

Cat No. JAYCD009

John Lee Hooker



01. Branded Man
02. Right Or Wrong
03. Movin' On
04. Faded Love
05. The Fightin' Side Of Me
06. Blue Yodel
07. Corinna Corrina
08. Hobo Bill
09. Sing Me Back Home
10. Silver Wings
11. The Fugitive
12. Swingin' Door
13. I Can't Be Myself
14. Orange Blossom Special
15. A Soldier's Letter

Merle Haggard
Branded Man

Cat No. HHMMCD334

John Lee Hooker




Merle Haggard
Live Hits & More

Cat No. HADCD168

John Lee Hooker



01. Okie From Muskogee
02. If You Want To Be My Woman
03. Games People Play
04. Workin' Man's Blues
05. Corrine Corrina
06. The Bottle Let Me Down
07. What Am I Gonna Do With The Rest Of My Life
08. Mama Tried
09. That's The Way Love Goes
10. San Antonio Rose
11. Ramblin' Fever
12. Take Me To Tulsa
13. Ida Red
14. Begging To You
15. Always Late
16. Big City
17. Folsom Prison Blues
18. Medley: Brain Cloudy Blues; Milk Cow Blues; Footlights; Today I Started Loving Her Again

Lionel Hampton
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1002

John Lee Hooker



01. Take The 'A' Train
02. Cute
03. The Man I Love
04. Lullaby Of Birdland
05. I'll Never Be The Same
06. Applecore
07. This Could Be The Start Of Something Good
08. Seven Comes Eleven
09. On Green Dolphin Street
10. Giant Steps
11. THey Say That Falling In Love Is Wonderful
12. Stompin' At The Savoy

Herbie Hancock
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1020

John Lee Hooker



01. Jammin' With Herbie
02. Herbie's Blues
03. Rock Your Soul
04. T.C.B. With Herbie
05. Soul Power
06. Cat Call
07. Curro's
08. It's A Beautiful Evening
09. Day Dreams

Woody Herman
16 Classic Performances

Cat No. CWNCD2031

John Lee Hooker



01. The Golden Wedding
02. The Woodchoppers Ball
03. Blues In The Night
04. Las Chiapanecas
05. Down Under
06. Four Or Five Times
07. Woodsheddin' With Woody
08. Blue Prelude
09. Yardbird Shuffle
10. Blue Flame
11. Fan It
12. Sheik Of Araby
13. It's A Blue World
14. Blues On Parade
15. Blues Downstairs
16. Amen Yeah Man

Herman's Hermits
I'm Into Something Good

Cat No. HADCD207

John Lee Hooker




John Lee Hooker
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1011

John Lee Hooker



1. Boom Boom
2. I Want To Hug You
3. Dimples
4. I’m Leaving Baby
5. Good Rockin’ Mama
6. Send Me Your Pillow
7. Onions
8. No Shoes
9. Please Don’t Go
10. Thelma
11. Hard Hearted Woman
12. Boogie On
13. Dusty Road
14. Baby Lee
15. Hobo Blues

John Lee Hooker
15 Blues Classics

Cat No. BJLCD100

John Lee Hooker



01. Dimples
02. I'm In The Mood
03. Boom Boom
04. Baby Please Don't Go
05. Hobo Blues
06. Dusty Road
07. Crawling King Snake
08. Maudi
09. Hard Hearted Woman
10. Feel So Bad
11. Boogie On
12. Thelma
13. Onions
14. I'm Leaving
15. Goin' To California

Lightning Hopkins
Don't Treat That Man The Way You Treat Me

Cat No. BJLCD102

John Lee Hooker



01. Goin' Back Home
02. Good Times
03. Lonesome Dog
04. Shake It Baby
05. Rosie Mae
06. Don't Treat That Man
07. I'll Be Gone
08. Santa Fe Blues
09. Shinning Moon
10. What'd I Say
11. Don't Wake Me
12. I'm Gonna Meet My Baby Somewhere
13. Sittin' Down Thinkin'
14. Talk Of The Town
15. You Treat Poor Lightning Wrong

Lightning Hopkins
Shake It Baby

Cat No. CWNCD2013

John Lee Hooker



01. Shining Moon
02. I'll Be Gone
03. Shake It Baby
04. Goin' Back Home
05. Good Times
06. What I'd Say
07. Don't Wake Me
08. Talk Of The Town
09. California Landslide
10. Rosie Mae
11. Easy On Your Heals
12. Leave Jike Mary Alone
13. You Treat Poor Lightnin' Wrong
14. Shaggy Dog
15. Santa Fe Blues

Lightning Hopkins
Sittin' Down Thinkin'

Cat No. HHMMCD326

John Lee Hooker




Howlin' Wolf
Louise, Dust My Broom On The Killing Floor

Cat No. BJLCD103

John Lee Hooker



01. Killing Floor
02. Ain't Superstitious
03. Dust My Broom
04. Little Red Rooster
05. Shake It For Me
06. Goin' Down Slow
07. Highway 49
08. Poor Boy
09. Wang Dang Doodle
10. Built For Comfort
11. My Mind Is Ramblin'
12. Rockin' The Blues
13. I Walked From Dallas
14. Howlin' For My Darling
15. Louise

Engelbert Humperdinck
After Dark

Cat No. ALPCD100

John Lee Hooker



01. Love Me Like We'll Never Love Again
02. If I Could Love You More
03. Once In A While
04. I Could Get Used To This
05. Healing
06. Answered Prayers
07. Stay With Me
08. The Great Divide
09. Slide A Little Closer
10. I Know You Hear Me
11. There's No Song Like A Slow Song

Mississippi John Hurt

Cat No. HHMMCD325

John Lee Hooker




Ferlin Husky
On The Road Again

Cat No. JAYCD013

John Lee Hooker



01. Memories
02. Gone
03. Little Tom
04. If I Can't Have All Of You
05. I Feel Better All Over
06. Good Ole Country Music Is Here To Stay
07. Blues In My Heart
08. Baby For You
09. Wings Of A Dove
10. Baby
11. Six Days On
12. Just A Little Bit
13. Ooh Po Pah Do
14. What'd I Say
15. Coming Home Soon

Ferlin Husky
Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun

Cat No. PRACD4005

John Lee Hooker



01. Six Days On The Road
02. Convoy
03. Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun
04. Don't Fall Asleep At The Wheel
05. Giddy-Up Go
06. Truck Driver's Blues
07. Teddy Bear
08. Drunkin' Driver
09. Hello I'm A Truck
10. Wings Of A Dove
11. Little Joe
12. Phantom 309
13. Me And Old Crazy Bill
14. Lookin' Thru A Window

Burl Ives
A Well Respected Man

Cat No. CWNCD2021

John Lee Hooker



01. Gallisted
02. Time
03. Snowbird
04. Real Roses
05. Roll Up Some Inspiration
06. Another Day, Another Year
07. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
08. One More Time Billy Brown
09. Tied Down Here At Home
10. Funny Way Of Laughing
11. Comin' After Jimmy

Elmore James
Raw Blues Power

Cat No. CWNCD2033

John Lee Hooker



01. Dust My Broom
02. Look On Yonder Wall
03. It Hurts Me Too
04. Coming Home
05. The Sky Is Crying
06. Standing At The Cross Roads
07. Hand In Hand
08. Rollin And Tumblin
09. Mean Mistreatin Mama
10. I Done Somebody Wrong
11. Pickin' The Blues
12. I Believe
13. My Bleeding Heart

Al Jareau
Ain't No Sunshine

Cat No. HADCD115

John Lee Hooker



01. Ain't No Sunshine
02. Kissing My Love
03. You
04. Same Love That Made Me Laugh
05. Rainbow In Your Eyes
06. Grandma's Hands
07. Lonely Town, Lonely Street
08. Lean On Me
09. One Good Turn
10. We Got By
11. Use Me (Till You Use Me Up)
12. Loving You
13. Letter Perfect

Waylon Jennings
Back In The Saddle

Cat No. HADCD181

John Lee Hooker



01. Abilene
02. Big Mamon
03. White Lightnin'
04. Crying
05. Dream Baby
06. Burning Memories
07. Jole Blon
08. Love's Gonna Live Here
09. Money
10. It's So Easy
11. Don't Think Twice It's All Right
12. Lorena
13. When Sin Stops Love Begins
14. Sally Was A Good Girl

Al Jolson
The Greatest Entertainer

Cat No. HADCD157

John Lee Hooker



01. April Showers
02. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
03. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
04. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
05. When The Red Red Robbin
06. Tonight's My Night With Baby
07. My Mammy
08. Swanee
09. When The Little Red Roses
10. Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)
11. Hallelujah, I'm A Bum

George Jones
The Lone Star Legend

Cat No. JAYCD011

John Lee Hooker




George Jones
The Best Of

Cat No. CWNCD2020

John Lee Hooker





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From the frozen Arctic to Africa’s pristine Okavango Delta, this catalogue is comprised of 78 episodes of the award-winning Safari series.


Deadly Predators / Killer Instincts Catalogue

The Big Cats

Deadly Preditors: The Big Cats

The Ultimate Stalkers - They may look like enormous versions of domestic pets but lions and tigers of the world are no "pussy cats". They are ruthless and successful carnivores of the highest order and they kill to eat. Rob Bredl takes you to see how lions and cheetahs stalk African plains. Then even in the darkest moments of survival you will appreciate the agililty of the Californian cougar as it pounces from above.

Cat No: RETDVD 047


Deadly Preditors: Crocodiles

Jaws On Land - The crocodilian is much-maligned reptile feared by humans more through ignorance than reason. Rob Bredl understands them.

Cat No: RETDVD 043

Sharks & Killer Whales

Deadly Preditors: Sharks & Killer Whales

Gliding Monsters Of The Deep - Sharks first appeared in the earth's ocean about 350 million years ago, long before dinasaurs ever roamed the Earth. Host Bob Bredl will dive to get you "Nose to jaws" with these highly adaotable predators of the sea.

Cat No: RETDVD 042


Deadly Preditors: Snakes

Your Number Phobia Is Here - With years of experience, snake aficionado Rob Bredl guides us through the haunts and lairs of the deadliest snakes on the planet including the inland Taipan, which he says, "can kill you in three seconds if it hits an artery". With Rob's unique insight into the Cobra, Python, Taipan and more, viewers will embark on a journey from fear to understanding and ultimately careful respect for some of the most dangerous reptiles on the planet. Rob dodges death at every turn, turning his hard won knowledge into amazing one on one encounter all caught on camera.

Cat No: RETDVD 046

Australian Pythons

Australian Pythons

Pythons are relatively primitive and were some of the first snakes to evolve.  Rob Bredl makes a study of the snakes that branded Australia “The land of the Pythons.” In all sizes and colors, Rob really gets into a “pet” topic of his and drapes himself with these big guns of the snake world. From 20 inches to 20 feet they are all constrictors and use this as their means of killing prey. Rob takes us to an annual bat migration where Children’s pythons find plenty of prey... he takes to the trees to find the beautiful green python and even a type named after Rob Bredl’s famous snake expert father, the “Bredlii.”

Rob seaches for answers as to why they are one of the only predators with color vision and how they have adapted so well to a harsh environment. He shows us how the Python uses both his scent sense to find rodent tracks and follow them all the way the burrow… and when the python will use his infra red sensing abilities in tandem with this sense of smell to track down birds in trees.

Urban Birds Of Prey

Urban Birds Of Prey

Rob leaves his beloved bush for the noise and jangle of the city to examine the adaptive nature of Owls, Kingfishers, Magpies, Butcherbirds, Crows… all well-adapted carnivores living with us. Rob demonstrates the tool-making and tool-using behavior of crows and how strong social bonds keep a crow family together.

And while listening to its beautiful song discover the grisly details of how the Butcherbird gets it’s name. This plus a night hunt for the prince of darkness the owl will have you wondering at the murder and mayhem surrounding you in your civilized suburb.



For a study in sheer animal cunning it would be difficult to surpass the dingo; an animal very similar in appearance to the domestic dog with good reason… the dingo is the original dog, the first wolf to be domesticated from Asia 3,000 years ago and now released for so many generations in Australia that it has returned to wolf-like behavior.

Rob Bredl examines this killer of the outback to find the truth behind the hype. It successfully hunts kangaroos as well as running down sheep and cattle. For this reason in the state of Queensland a fence 3000 miles long has been erected to try and keep it out.  Most famous for taking and reportedly eating baby Azaria Chamberlain in the late 70’s as portrayed in the Meryl Streep movie “A Cry in the Dark. The dingo has recently started to attack and kill humans again posing clashing cries of destruction and conservation. Rob has his own dingoes DNA tested for purity and lineage knowing the killer instinct lies deep within.



From the furtive movements of the tiniest of the species to the lumbering motion of the massive Komodo Dragon, lizards can evoke a fear that ripples down our spine knowing their minds are cool with a single purpose… to survive at your cost if necessary. 

Rob Bredl brings new understanding to the Komodo Dragons, the largest monitor on earth, and compares them with their Australian cousins the goannas. He also introduces us to the perentie, known by the Australian Aboriginal people as the "Land Crocodile." Rob gleefully gets his hands on some serious lizards surviving in extreme environments on pure killer instinct.

Marsupial Carnivores

Marsupial Carnivores

Strange, vicious little creatures with Dracula-like teeth & really bad attitudes because aggression is a major key to survival. Don’t let the size fool you- they can pack a whole lot of punch for their size. Rob Bredl introduces us to Numbats, Dunnarts, Quolls, Phascogales, Planigales and Antechinus. These amazing little animals feature high aggression matched only by their metabolic rates.

Hunting and stalking their prey is like watching a top African predator hunt… only in fast forward. Rob shows us their needle-like fangs and ponders their roots in a harsh land where once their prehistoric ancestors where lumbering giants compared with their modern, high speed counterparts. Rob also searches for answers of the extinct “Marsupial Lion” being compared to the saber-toothed tiger and if it is somehow linked to a mystery of Yeti proportions that has been lurking the Australian bush for close to a century.

Ocean Venom

Ocean Venom

These innocent looking and often pretty ocean dwellers have frighteningly powerful toxins to inject into their victims. From blue ringed octopus, box jellyfish, sea wasps, stonefish and cone shells to the headline making, deadly irukandji, Rob Bredl goes offshore to find out why such potent venoms are needed to kill small prey fish when merely brushing against an irukandji “jellyfish” can bring excruciating pain and inevitable death to innocent human swimmers.

On Australia’s magnificent beaches these guys are the worst ambassadors you could ask for… but which is the deadliest to humans and why has it developed such a powerful arsenal? Rob pulls on his flippers drifts with these killers for the answers.

The Spiders

The Spiders

Spiders; one of the greatest fear-inducing creatures… even a shadow of a spider evokes caution and loathing. But Rob Bredl only sees their cunning, agility and intelligence as great hunters. You will enter the world of venomous spiders, as Rob introduces you to the hairiest, deadliest and most aggressive spiders that hunt their prey like miniature lions.  You’ll meet the damaged human survivors of spider attacks and how to avoid being bitten in the first place. Get uncomfortably close to Funnel Webs, massive Bird Eating Spiders, White Tails, Tarantulas, Red Backs/Black Widows, Scorpions and more… and you’ll discover when you’ve got poison in your fangs this deadly - size doesn’t matter.

The Elvis Story: The Boy, The Man, The King

The Elvis Story: The Boy, The Man, The King
This is the musical and the social phenomenon who's looks, incredible voice and style set in motion the Rock 'N' Roll era. The story of Elvis Presley traces his early years with fascinating detail, film clips, rare early footage and wealth of photographs are all here on this DVD.

Cat No: RETDVD 015

James Dean: The Original Rebel Without A Cause

James Dean: The Original Rebel Without A Cause
On September 30th 1955, James Dean was only 24 years of age when he was killed in an automobile accident, but today he is still revered as an icon of Fifties style. This film traces his life fro the early years in Indiana up to his finest hour in the movie 'Rebel Without A Cause'.

Cat No: RETDVD 017

Marilyn: The Discovery Of Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn: The Discovery Of Marilyn Monroe
She was beautiful. Half child, half woman..." A legend was about to be born. In 1945 Norma Jeane Dougherty was working on a factory assembly line when she was 'discovered' by army photographer Private David Conover. As the first man to recognise her photogenic qualities he was stunned by her beauty.

Cat No: RETDVD 016

The Peter Green Story: Man Of The World

The Peter Green Story: Man Of The World

Legendary musician Peter Green was co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, one of the most sucessful bands to emerge from the 1960s. The documentary film marks Fleetwood Mac's 40th anniversary year and traces Green's early successes, having written the band's first number one hit Albatross, and Black Magic Woman (later a huge hit for Santana)

It also examines Green's subsequent spiral into schizophrenia. The film features extensive rare archive footage of live and studio performances and in-depth interviews with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Mike Vernon (Fleetwood Mac's original producer) and Carlos Santana.

120 Mins

Star Portrates: Anita Baker

Anita Baker

At the age of 12, Anita Baker was already impressing people with her remarkable vocal talents…to her family and friends she was known as ‘the little lady with the big voice’ and yet, at the age of 18, after recording a flop album with the Detroit based R&B group Chapter 8, she considered that her career was over before it had even begun.

In Star Portraits, Anita reveals how a record company executive talked other influential music business people into giving her a second chance which resulted in her becoming one of the best R&B/Soul artists to emerge from the US during the eighties. The church played an early, influential role in her singing career, and legendary jazz names like Sarah Vaughan and Nancy Wilson were also an inspiration to the young Detroit singer.

The turning point in Anita Baker is the world – “No one can do Anita Baker like I can”, she admits disarmingly. “I always want to be associated with quality”.

Star Portraits features many of the musical highlights of Anita Baker’s career including clips of her highlights. The proof is here that she is a worthy successor to the crown of the late great Sarah Vaughan.

Star Portrates: Chaka Khan

Chaka Khan

CHAKA KHAN has been astonishing audiences worldwide for nearly 20 hitmaking years with her gorgeous soulful voice, astonishing musical eclecticism and dynamic personal presence. From her early funky hits with dance/soul band Rufus to her later solo and duet triumphs, Chaka has never given less than her absolute best.

Her career and larger-than-life personality are examined here in a fascinating series of interviews, performance footage, and tributes from relatives and friends. “Success has not changed Chaka at all”, reveals her mother, “she is completely uninhibited onstage and offstage…”, while singer/actress Pia Zadora explains: “She’s got it inside, it’s an inner excitement, something constantly going on and yet she doesn’t throw it at your face. It’s a nice thing to watch, it’s easy, she’s easy to listen to and easy to watch.

Very much her own woman, Chaka here is revealingly honest about her life and her work: “I can’t be given a song and be told ‘sing it like this, use these licks, this is the way I want you to sound’. When I go into a studio, all that my producer says is ‘Sing!’ That’s all he says, and that’s the way I work best or I don’t work at all. Because its personal, its very personal with me. It’s my art, it’s mine”.

Star Portrates: The Commodores

The Commodores

THE COMMODORES were at the height of their success when Lionel Richie, in many ways the leader of the group, decided that he wanted to have a solo career. Many music industry observers considered that the band would not survive for long without Richie but they did, and returned to the charts with hits like Nightshift and Goin’ To The Bank, while Lionel Richie himself went to have international solo success.

The story of The Commodores is told here via the band’s respective members, flashbacks to their finest moments, and contributions from other top artists including Lou Rawls and Ronald Townson of 5th

Dimension. Rawls discusses the difficulties The Commodores faced when Richie left, and J.D. Nicholas talks about the challenge he faced when he was asked to join the band as their lead vocalist.

During their long career The Commodores, with or without Lionel Richie, have won nine platinum and 24 gold discs. During a ten year period they were one of the most popular black music groups in the US and abroad. This Star Portrait recalls the triumphs like Nightshift, Goin’ To The Bank and Machine Gun and illustrates just why they captured such a huge international following.

Star Portrates: Engelbert Humperdinck

Engelbert Humperdinck

Fate took a hand when the newly-named Engelbert Humperdinck was asked to fill in for another singer who was indisposed and topped the bill of the top-rating UK television show Sunday Night At The Palladium. He sang his new single Release Me, and became the proverbial ‘overnight success’ – and more than 25 years later he is still charming fans around the world.

Humperdinck is the ‘Mr Romance’ of popular music. His records have sold in the millions (at its peak Release Me was selling 85,000 copies a day) and he has topped the bill in Las Vegas, London, New York, and just about every other major entertainment centre in the world.

In Star Portrait, Engelbert talks candidly about his life and his career. He started his career in music not as a singer but with a great love for the saxophone. His early idols were Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey “because I respected their musicianship”. He also revealed a remarkable talent for mimicry but eventually he found his true vocation…singing.

Englebert reveals the advice that he was given by Liberace, talks about his future ambitions, and why there won’t be an autobiography of his life as yet. “I would like to write a book but I would call it the first part of my career because I haven’t finished it yet”.

And of course there is plenty of the Humperdinck vocal magic with clips of him performing such classic hits as Release Me, The Last Waltz, Love Is All and After The Lovin’.

Star Portrates: Gloria Estefan

Gloria Estefan

GLORIA ESTEFAN and the Miami Sound Machine are the world’s most successful ambassadors of Latin-American music. Their exciting fusion of fiery Latin rhythms, modern rock and dance sensibilities, all topped by Gloria’s glorious vocals, have been a major fixture in International pop over the past 12 years.

The musical and personal history of the band is told here in a revealing series of interviews and performing footage. Among those interviewed are Gloria, husband Emilio – musical mastermind of the Miami Sound Machine – and such friends as Mickey Thomas of Starship.

Talented, beautiful and highly intelligent, Gloria has been described as a “down-to-earth Angel”. She herself says: “If I could freeze time, this would be it. I’ve never been happier. I’ve got a great career, my marriage is doing wonderfully, I’m a very happy person. The best I can hope for is to continue feeling this way….”.

Star Portrates: Julio Iglesias

Julio Iglesias

JULIO IGLESIAS has been described as the man who brought romance back to music, and with worldwide record sales in excess of 125 million albums at the last count he has certainly established himself as one of the world’s most successful recording artists.

His early ambition was to be a professional footballer but that career was brought to a premature demise when he was badly injured in a car accident. In 1968 he won the Benidorm Song Contest and it was the launch-pad to international fame.

Julio’s music has won him millions of fans around the world not least with the female sex. His Spanish charm and good looks have earned him a Romeo image, and he has several times been voted the sexiest man alive.

In Star Portraits, Iglesias chats candidly about his life and his work. With the help of flashbacks and clips from his television appearances, his career is traced from when he was just a Spanish pop singer through to his worldwide success. “I deserve my success because I fight for it”, he says “There’s nothing better in life than success”.

Star Portrates: Lou Rawls

Lou Rawls

The voice and presence of Lou Rawls transcends any individual musical genre. No one big – whether it’s soul, R&B, Jazz or pop has been able to contain the man’s immense style and talent. “You hear that voice and there’s no mistaking”, says Dick Clarke, “that is the one and only Lou Rawls, and he’s been able to adapt and live through all the times…he’s as current today as he was when he first came out. I think he’ll be contemporary till the day he dies”. A performer’s performer, we’re privileged to share some of Lou’s marvellous onstage moments when he sings such standards as “Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing”, “Tobacco Road”, “You’ll Never Find…” and “Wind Beneath My Wings”; conversely, we discover how Lou spends much of his time working for the United Negro College Fund Charity.

Star Portrait traces Lou’s career from its humble beginnings on Chicago’s South Side to his current musical eminence: riveting live footage, tributes from friends and colleagues (“Lou is one of my very favourite singers, I put him next to Joe Williams – I love that rasp in his voice” – Steve Allen) and candid interviews with Lou himself reveal the man behind that warm voice. “It’s a privilege to be an artist, because it’s something that’s unique”, declares Lou. “After you get into it for a while, you learn a certain form of creativity that is…unique unto you”.

Star Portrates: The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues

THE MOODY BLUES uplifting brand of cosmic music has been delighting and enlightening fans of intelligent rock since the mid-60’s. With total sales of over 40 million albums, the Moody Blues are still exciting audiences, confounding critics, and topping album charts worldwide.

The down-to-earth secrets of their success are told here in a revealing series of personal interviews, and their musical history is traced through absorbing new and vintage performing footage. “We always said we wanted to be everybody’s second favourite group”, explained drummer Graeme Edge, “and that’s the way it turned out for us!” added bass player John Lodge. “The main thing about the Moody Blues is that we’re all mates – that’s a lot different from being friends. Friendships are something you really have to work on, but mates, you can knock on somebody’s door 20 years later and it’s as though it was yesterday, you just pick up straightaway. That’s what its like with the Moody Blues”.

Star Portrates: Neil Sedaka

Neil Sedaka

NEIL SEDAKA’s mid – 70’s comeback after ten years in the doldrums is one of the most amazing stories in modern pop music. Back in 1963, after five years as a globally-successful singer (with sales of 25 million records) and equally successful songwriter, Sedaka was washed up, made obsolete by changing pop tastes. H is new music was contemporary, classy, and most of all commercial. He became a massive international star for the second time.

The ups and downs of Sedaka’s career are examined here in a fascinating series of frank personal interviews, ebullient performance footage, and tributes from friends, family and colleagues. Neil himself explains the musical genesis of several great hits including “Laughter In The Rain” and the slow version of “Breaking Up Is So Hard To Do”. We also catch a rare glimpse of his performing his first love, classical music, with a chamber music ensemble: “As a kid I was obliged to play”, says Neil, “but now I do it because I want to do it”.

Neil’s co-writer, lyricist Howard Greenfield explains how the partnership that created their hits came about, and declares, “When the success came a second time, not only did Neil know how to handle it, but he was able to maximise it. Not many people have a second chance like that.” Sedaka himself sums it all up very simply: “Every day is a gift, and if you work on that, its worthwhile”.

Star Portrates: Rita Coolidge

Rita Coolidge

RIITA COOLIDGE her voice: warm, strong and intimate, makes every fan and listener feel she’s singing directly to them. Ever since emerging in the late 60’s as the original “Delta Lady”, lovely Rita has bewitched millions worldwide with her cool confidence and marvellous musicality.

Rita’s rise to stardom, the story of her success, and her own personal and career ambitions are revealed here in a candid series of interviews with Rita herself and such friends as Bonnie Bramlett and songwriter Peter Allen, who says “What makes Rita different is that she doesn’t try to embellish a song or do anything other than sing the song as great as she can. She always gives you the song just straight, direct”.

The terrific performance and promotional film footage included here of Rita demonstrates her enviable versatility. She herself says of her music “I’ve always had a hard time trying to find a category to put my music in, therefore I’ve given up categories instead of giving up music, because I really enjoy every kind of music”.

Star Portrates: Roberta Flack

Roberta Flack

ROBERTA FLACK’s unique musical brand of “quiet fire”, a consummate blend of her gospel and classical training, has thrilled audiences worldwide for over two decades and earned her an enviable reputation as a performer’s performer. Her story is told here in a series of interviews and live footage, including a riveting 1971 performance at Mr Henry’s, the Washington night club where she was discovered that year.

Roberta herself talks in depth about her background – “It was almost like I was born in the ghettos, but the ghetto wasn’t born in me” – and interviews with friends and family confirm her early prodigiosity: “She competed in, and I think she placed in the Van Cilburn competiton. She was a serious concert pianist”, remembers her sister Ingrid. Among the many celebrities who pay tribute to Roberta are Quincy Jones, Leroy Dorsey, Les McCann, Ashford and Simpson and Lou Rawls, who says: “Roberta has the ability to take a song and make it personal to the point where you’re listening to it, you felt like, wow, that’s what I would have said, that’s how I would have felt.

One of the few superstars who truly deserve the epithet “classy”, Roberts reveals the philosophy behind her music: “I think you get what you go for”, she reveals, “I am not going for large numbers of people. I’m going for perfection as an artist”.

Star Portrates: Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer

ROBERT PALMER the blue eyed soul music of Robert Palmer has been winning him new fans for more than two decades now. He has become one of the UK’s truly international rock/pop stars, an artist capable of ringing the changes with his musical styles – whether performing evergreen standards by the likes of Cole Porter, or working and collaborating with the rising stars of the contemporary pop scene, Palmer has established himself as one of the greats of the contemporary pop scene.

In Star Portraits, Palmer discusses his career to date, and there are also contributions from fellow musicians including members of Kiss and Talking Heads. His appeal is analysed – “every man wants to be like him and every woman wants him” – and there are various clips of Palmer in performance including Discipline Of Love, Addicted To Love and I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On.

Palmer himself admits: “I see myself still as an apprentice, I’m still learning….” And he says that his career has been guided very much by his own personal instincts.

Star Portrates: Sheena Easton

Sheena Easton

SHEENA EASTON Few pop artists can genuinely claim to have been “an overnight success” but in the case of Sheena Easton from Glasgow, her rise to fame was positively phenomenal. In less than nine months she had gone from being an unknown singer on the local Glaswegian club scene to topping the US charts with what was only her second record, 9 to 5.

The launch pad for her career had been provided via an appearance on the BBC TV series ‘The Big Time’ which showcased Sheena and her endeavours to become a pop star. She was shown at her audition, recording her first single, and being generally groomed for stardom. The rest, as they say is pop music history.

In this Star Portrait, Sheena Easton reflects on her rise to stardom. “It has been a challenge but I have done what was right for me”, she says. “Luck and timing is so important in any career…I have had my failures but I have survived them…I believe that if you reflect positively it will come back to you.”
The film footage includes clips of Sheena performing such hits as 9 to 5, U Got The Look (with Prince), Strut and Days Like This. She discusses her acting career (which has included appearances on TV’s Miami Vice with Don Johnson) and the ultimate goal in her personal life.

Star Portrates: Tom Jones

Tom Jones

TOM JONES is one of the most successful individual stage and record performers of the rock era. His unflagging energy, good-humoured sexiness and most importantly his potent and powerful voice have remained virtually unchanged for over a quarter of a century.

His musical and personal history is told here in a revealing series of interviews and performing footage, while Tom’s candid analysis of his own appeal gives a unique insight into the man behind the image. Tom’s son, Mark Woodward, now his manager explains their intriguing father-son relationship, while tributes from fellow performers sit alongside some of Tom’s great onstage moments.

Says Tom of his act: “You should try to be as real as possible and then people can identify with you, if you become untouchable you cant do things tongue-in-cheek, you cant have so much fun – you have to act the part. Be who you are…it’s not an audience being there and my being here – we’re all in it together. It’s just like having a party”.

Crash Impact

Crash Impact

Sixty minutes of the most amazing crashes extracted from hours of racing footage! From motorcycles to boats to cars, this title assembles the most spectacular accidents & incidents from the most popular categories of motor sports.

Watch as man and machine attempt to combine skill & percision, but race instead towards high speed disaster!

Cat No: RETDVD 070

Crash Impact 2

Crash Impact 2

Jam packed with totally fresh mayhem from 10 of North America's top catigories of motor sports, Crash Impact 2 brings you face to face with high speed chaos. Witness the incredible in-car action from the pilot's seat - with every angle covered at the world's most challenging circuits.

This riveting hour of disasters from the risky side of power & pride is set to the hard driving sounds of some of Hollywood's best musicians. Guarenteed to leave you at the edge of your seat and gasping for breath, Crash Impact 2 is too powerful to be missed!

Cat No: RETDVD 071

Crash Impact 3

Crash Impact 3

The world's most notorious racing circuits are the scene yet again of total system mayhem and destruction. Crash Impact 3, the latest in the definitive motor sports crash series, brings you explosive action set to a pulsating soundtrack scored by Hollywood's hottest musicians.

Bursting with additional categories, Crash Impact 3 also features on-bike and in-car segments that virtually put you in the driver's seat when things get dangerous.

Cat No: RETDVD 072

Evil: The World's Deadliest Killers

Enter the world of evil, filled with destruction and perversion. Feel the terror as you enter the minds of the most deadly serial killers.

We tell the stories of men and women who are filled with twisted perceptions, Manson, Bundy and Dahmer are all on this DVD.

Cat No: RETDVD 003

Great Moments of the 20th Century: 1900-1945

Great Moments of the 20th Century

A New Beginning / World At War

Life in the 20th Century has proven to be amazing. From the realisation of flight by the Wright Brothers at the turn of the century to Neil Armstrong and the moon landing in 1969, technological advances are progressing at a tremendous rate. Events had taken place that shaped our civilisation and changed the destiny of humanity forever.

125 Mins
Cat No. RETDVD201

Great Moments of the 20th Century: 1945-1970

Great Moments of the 20th Century

Post War Prosperity / Protest & Progress

Life in the 20th Century has proven to be amazing. From the realisation of flight by the Wright Brothers at the turn of the century to Neil Armstrong and the moon landing in 1969, technological advances are progressing at a tremendous rate. Events had taken place that shaped our civilisation and changed the destiny of humanity forever.

125 Mins
Cat No. RETDVD202

Great Moments of the 20th Century: 1970-2000

Great Moments of the 20th Century

A New World Order / The Global Community

Life in the 20th Century has proven to be amazing. From the realisation of flight by the Wright Brothers at the turn of the century to Neil Armstrong and the moon landing in 1969, technological advances are progressing at a tremendous rate. Events had taken place that shaped our civilisation and changed the destiny of humanity forever.

125 Mins
Cat No. RETDVD203

Heroes of World War II: Europe & Air Warfare

Heroes of World War II

In terms of lives lost and military destruction, this global conflict was the most decistating war in human history. Beginning in 1939 as a European conflict between Germany and an Anglo-French coalition, it widened to include most of the nations in the world.

Cat No. RETDVD301

Heroes of World War II: Pearl Harbour & The Pacific

Heroes of World War II

In terms of lives lost and military destruction, this global conflict was the most decistating war in human history. It ended in 1945 leaving a new world order dominated by the U.S. and U.S.S.R.

Cat No. RETDVD302

In The Footsteps Of The Holy Family

In The Footsteps of the Holy Family

Filmed in Israel, Egypt and Jordan. This intruiging documentary explores the mysteries of the miraculous birth of Jesus and his perilous flight to Egypt.

Hosted by Roger Moore

Cat No: RETDVD 006

Roswell: The Cover Ups & Close Encounters

Well known UFOlogist and eye witness still alive from the event at Roswell New Mexico in 1947 try to answer this compelling mystery.

Did an alien aircraft and it's entire crew actually survive a fiery plunge to earth for years through government red tape and covert agency cover-ups?

It did - Until now.

Cat No: RETDVD 006

The Search For Nazi Gold

Trace the rise and fall of the Third Reich and Hitler's obsession for gold. Then stories of Nazi generals shipping the gold to Canada after WW2.

The ship carrying the gold was sunk off the coast of Venezuela, 60 years later our cameras search the depths for the cargo.

Be preapred to be astonished with the findings.

Cat No: RETDVD 004

The Spirit Of Diana

Britains most renowned psychics retrace Diana's final journey and gather with her closest friends to reach out to her spirit.

This most exciting and riveting event hosted by Patrick Macnee features the UK's top mediums Craig and Jane Hamilton Parker, conducting a seance to reach the spirit of Diana.

You will not believe the answers that "come through" and which are discussed by a panel of her confidants, spiritual advisers and personal astrologers. This is truly a remarkable event that will capture the interest of people everywhere.

Cat No: RETDVD 006

UFO Chronicles

The truth is out there, could the unbelievable be believable? There have been thousands of UFO sightings since the beginning of time.

These chronicles investigate these reports of contacts, abductions, landings and sightings through key witnesses, photo' and film clips.

Cat No: RETDVD 002

World Magic Awards

World Magic Awards

The Biggest magical television special in history! Gathered are some of the world's greatest illusionists!

Award winning performers include the legendary Pendragons, Jeff McBride, Michael Friffin and Franz Harary.

Cat No: RETDVD 400


John Lee Hooker
All That Jazz

Cat No. AJJCD1011

John Lee Hooker



1. Boom Boom
2. I Want To Hug You
3. Dimples
4. Iím Leaving Baby
5. Good Rockiní Mama
6. Send Me Your Pillow
7. Onions
8. No Shoes
9. Please Donít Go
10. Thelma
11. Hard Hearted Woman
12. Boogie On
13. Dusty Road
14. Baby Lee
15. Hobo Blues

Tony Bennett

Cat No. AJJCD1015

Tony Bennett



1. I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plans
2. Chicago (That Toddlin’ Town)
3. With Plenty Of Money And You
4. Anything Goes
5.Life Is A Song
6. I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face
7. Jeepers Creepers
8. Growing Pains
9. Poor Little Rich Girl
10. Are You Having Any Fun?
11. One O’Clock Jump
12. Jumpin’ At The Woodside

Tony Bennett

Cat No. AJJCD1015

Tony Bennett



1. I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plans
2. Chicago (That Toddlin’ Town)
3. With Plenty Of Money And You
4. Anything Goes
5.Life Is A Song
6. I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face
7. Jeepers Creepers
8. Growing Pains
9. Poor Little Rich Girl
10. Are You Having Any Fun?
11. One O’Clock Jump
12. Jumpin’ At The Woodside






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