Michael Wetherwax and his Orchestra feature some of the great movie themes on “Super Hits From The Movies” now available from all good digital retailers.
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Pupp Barber’s video for Heel’s On from his something To Prove album will be released
shortly – Look out for it.
Pupp Barber’s album “Somethin to Prove” will be available physically on 09/25
at Amazon, Hastings Stores and independent retail. It will simultaneously be
available at all digital retailers.
The feature track “Heel’s on” from Pupp Barber’s upcoming album ” Somethin To Prove” is available for pre-orders
now. The title streets 09/11 with the album to follow 09/25.
AAO/Reality are proud to announce their representation of Pupp Barber and the release
of his forthcoming album “Somethin To Prove”.
The album will street 09/25 and will be promoted via social media and conventional
A teaser campaign will include the release of “Heels On” a key track of the album.
Peter G Kuys chairman of AAO stated: “having done nothing in this genre since our representation of the legend that is “Prodigy” we are excited about working with Pupp on this great project”
God’s Lions: The Secret Chapel Theme by Michael Wetherwax is out now, available at all digital retailers. Check it out.
All Time Greatest Blues Songs 3 CD received a wonderful review from Village Records.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a better deal for the consumer in any genre than this generous collection of early to contemporary blues. This is like a college course spread over three discs for the price of a worn out text book. This set offers up all of the great masters in one place for a change. Forty-two tracks in all featuring, Robert Johnson, Elmore James, John Lee Hooker, B. B. King, Canned Heat, Howlin’ Wolf, Leadbelly, Slim Harpo and many others. You’ll be drowning in blues by the end of the third disc.
Purchase the CD set here: All Time Greatest Blues
AAO Music Proudly salutes the olympians and paralympians of the London 2012 Olympic Games with the Stubblefield and Hall’s classic “Best Of The Best”.
Check it out here: Best Of The Best by Stubblefield and Hall
Prodigy, one-half of the legendary NY duo Mobb Deep, became a free man on Monday (March 7) after serving around three years behind bars for a weapons possession conviction. While behind bars, P conducted some controversial interviews, and even penned a blog for Vibe on a variety of topics, including conspiracy theories … and even wrote a memoir, titled My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, which he’ll be releasing next month.