Global Communication, Golden Earring, Buddy Guy, Ted Nugent, and Van Dik Hout.
“They say the blues is sad, but when B.B. sings 'I got a sweet little angel, I love the way she spreads her wings,' that don't sound too sad to me!”- Buddy Guy
A great reworking of the Blood Music album by Chapterhouse was made by techno pioneers Global Communication (Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard) and is now finally available again on vinyl. It's almost 60 years since the formation of the Golden Earring(s), so about time to release their 1972 masterpiece Together. Besides we have the incredible Damn Right I've Got the Blues record, by one of the last living blues legends, Buddy Guy. Pick your favorite colour (red, white, blue) of Ted Nugent's Cat Scratch Fever and Double Live Gonzo. Finally, our Dutch fans would love to get their copy of Het Beste Van Van Dik Hout. So support your local record store and pick your favorite MOV-releases.
Originally released in 1977, Cat Scratch Fever is the third studio album by Ted Nugent, and a very successful one: it went multi-Platinum and some say it's his best album ever.
Het compilatiealbum Het Beste van 1994-2001 kan worden gezien als een terugblik op de zeer succesvolle eerste periode van de band. Met het prachtige "Stil in Mij" en het meeslepende "Alles of Niets" wisten ze een vaste groep muziekliefhebbers aan zich te binden.
Techno and house pioneers Global Communication (Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard) released their album Pentamerous Metamorphosis in 1993. The album is a reworking of the Blood Music album by Chapterhouse.
Together is a 1972 album by the world-famous rock band the Golden Earring. It is the immediate predecessor to Moontan, and is as strong an example of Golden Earring's particular blend of hard rocking Euro-prog as you are likely to hear.
Ted Nugent's untameable energy is best transmitted live on stage; Double Live Gonzo! (1978) achieves this like no other. He shouts, grunts and squeals, while his guitar does the same. Pure pyrotechnics on 6 strings!
Buddy Guy is one of those guys that had a big influence on the development of the blues during the centuries. Damn Right, I've Got the Blues is the Grammy Award-winning comeback album by the blues master, released in 1991. Legendary musicians like Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Mark Knopfler all turn up on this album.