Secrets – Brian Culbertson

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Secrets

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 8.99

Release Date: September 16, 1997

© ℗ 1997 Mesa/Bluemoon Records. Marketed By Rhino Entertainment, a Warner Music Group Company

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Where Eagles Dare – Brian G. Hutton

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Where Eagles Dare

Brian G. Hutton

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 12, 1969


Oscar-winners Clint Eastwood ("Million Dollar Baby," "Mystic River") and Richard Burton ("The Spy Who Came in from the Cold," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?") lead a small group of Allied paratroopers deep into enemy territory to rescue an American general held captive by the Nazis in a castle in the Bavarian Alps. With Oscar-nominee Mary Ure ("Sons and Lovers"). An action-packed thrill ride written by best-selling author Allistair MacLean.

© 1969 Copyright © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

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Dreams – Brian Culbertson

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Dreams

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: January 1, 2012

© ℗ 2012 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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The Happytime Murders – Brian Henson

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The Happytime Murders

Brian Henson

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: August 17, 2018


THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS is set in the underbelly of Los Angeles where puppets and humans coexist. Two clashing detectives, one human and one puppet, are forced to work together to try and solve who is brutally murdering the former cast of “The Happytime Gang,” a beloved classic puppet show.

© © 2018 STX FINANCING, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Aida – Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra & Brian Castles-Onion

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Aida

Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra & Brian Castles-Onion

Genre: Classics

Price: $ 15.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: November 30, 2015


World-class opera in a spectacular setting: Opera Australia’s Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour returns with Aida, in a lavish production that captures the grandeur and majesty of Ancient Egypt as never before. With Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge as a backdrop and brilliant fireworks lighting up the night sky, Verdi’s thrilling music rings out in blazing glory, from the soaring passion of ‘Celeste Aida’ to the splendour of the ‘Triumphal March’. Latonia Moore stars as Aida, the Ethiopian slave girl secretly in love with the commander of the Egyptian armies. As Egypt prepares to march on Ethiopia, Aida faces a terrible choice: to save her country, she must betray the man she loves.

© © 2015 Opera Australia

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The Fartist – Brian Posehn

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The Fartist

Brian Posehn

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 3.95

Publish Date: September 12, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 New Wave Dynamics

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On Fire Live At the Bowl – Queen, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May & John Deacon

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On Fire Live At the Bowl

Queen, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May & John Deacon

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: January 1, 2013


Filmed on the Hot Space tour on June 5, 1982 at the Milton Keynes Bowl, this show features the concert in its entirety.

© © 2004 Queen Productions Ltd. Under exclusive license to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd.

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Piano and Cello Duet – Brian Crain

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Piano and Cello Duet

Brian Crain

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: July 31, 2006

© ℗ 2006 Crain Records

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The Untouchables – Brian De Palma

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The Untouchables

Brian De Palma

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: June 3, 1987


The critics and public agree. Brian De Palma's The Untouchables is a must-see masterpiece – glorious, fierce, larger-than-life depiction of the mob warlord who ruled Prohibition-era Chicago… and the law enforcer who vowed to bring him down. This classic confrontation between good and evil and stars Kevin Costner as federal agent Eliot Ness, Robert De Niro as gangland kingpin Al Capone and Sean Connery as Malone, the cop who teaches Ness how to beat the mob: shoot fast and shoot first.

© © 1987 by Paramount Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

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Brian May and Roger Taylor at Queen biopic world premiere

Founding bandmembers of rock band ‘Queen’ were on the red carpet alongside stars of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ including Remi Malek and Lucy Boynton. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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Blood Line: The Life and Times of Brian Deegan – Paul Taublieb & Susan Cooper

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Blood Line: The Life and Times of Brian Deegan

Paul Taublieb & Susan Cooper

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 16, 2018


In this adrenaline-soaked documentary, we follow the legendary life and career of motocross superstar, Brian Deegan, one of the most admired action sports athletes in history, as he transitions from an edgy, gravity-defying rebel, to becoming a father to the next generation of motorsports stars.

© © 2018 DM Worldwide Holdings Inc.

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Brian Helsing Mission 1: Just Try Not To Die – Gareth K Pengelly

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Brian Helsing Mission 1: Just Try Not To Die

Gareth K Pengelly

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: March 11, 2018

Publisher: Gareth K Pengelly

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


No-one would have expected Van Helsing's legendary Ring Of Power to fall into the hands of a bumbling idiot.Least of all said idiot – Brian Trelawney, six-foot-seven, socially inept car salesman, now turned vampire hunter. Chosen by the fickle hand of fate to be the latest in the illustrious line of vampire hunters, Brian finds himself thrust way outside of his comfort zone. After a brief spell of training under the Masters of the Helsing Order, Brian is shoved out the door and off into a world of vampires, werewolves and various other Beasties that go Bump In The Night. Armed with all the gear, but absolutely no idea, this cowardly lamp-post of a man must tackle his first mission; to placate a Banshee whose incessant wailing is keeping awake the poor denizens of Bodmin. ++This book contains harsh language and intense stupidity, right from the off. So if you don't enjoy that kind of thing, well, best not read it. Otherwise, enjoy!++

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Dillon Danis Went Clubbing After UFC 229 Brawl, Says Brian Ortega

[[tmz:video id=”0_9cgrzpus”]] Conor McGregor’s teammate, Dillon Danis, didn’t let a swollen face and head injuries keep him from having a good time after UFC 229 … in fact, he went to the nightclub after his scrap with Khabib! And, how do we know?…

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Dead End Drive In – Brian Trenchard-Smith

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Dead End Drive In

Brian Trenchard-Smith

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 3.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: August 1, 1986


Set in a near-future where the economy has crumbled and violent gangs play havoc in the streets, the powers-that-be have decided to lure the delinquent youth into drive-in cinemas and keep them there. No longer just a place to watch trashy movies and make out, these outdoor picture shows have become concentration camps for the unruly and unwanted.

© © 2017 Arrow Films

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Bride of Re-Animator – Brian Yuzna

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Bride of Re-Animator

Brian Yuzna

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 3.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: July 8, 1990


DATE. MATE. RE-ANIMATE. The success of Stuart Gordon’s hit horror-comedy Re-Animator meant that a sequel was all but inevitable. The resulting follow-up, Bride of Re-Animator – this time helmed by director Brian Yuzna (Society, Return of the Living Dead III) – would prove that there was a good deal more life (and death) left in the story of Dr Herbert West and his ghoulish exploits. It has been eight months since the bloody massacre at Miskatonic Medical School. Unperturbed by the disastrous outcome of his previous meddling with the dead, Dr West (again played by Jeffrey Combs) continues his research into the phenomenon of re-animation; only this time, he plans to create life – starting with the heart of his young protégé Dan’s dearly deceased, Meg Halsey. Surely nothing could go wrong? With special effects master Screaming Mad George (the man behind the infamous “shunting” sequence of Society) on hand to contribute a host of characteristically weird and wonderful creations, Bride of Re-Animator is a more than worthy successor to Stuart Gordon’s original cult classic.

© © 2015 Arrow Video

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Phantom of the Paradise – Brian De Palma

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Phantom of the Paradise

Brian De Palma

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

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Release Date: October 31, 1974


After hearing Winslow Leach (William Finley) perform a song from his Faust rock opera, Phil Spector-ish impresario Swan (Paul Williams) decides that Winslow's opera would be the perfect debut attraction for his new rock palace, the Paradise. Swan steals the music and has Winslow imprisoned — but not before Winslow meets aspiring songbird Phoenix (Jessica Harper). Jumping prison, Winslow breaks into Swan's Death Records factory to ruin the recordings, but a record press accident grossly disfigures him. Winslow then sneaks into the Paradise to sabotage Swan's show, disguising himself as the Phantom. Swan, however, cuts a deal with the Phantom to finish his cantata; he promises that Phoenix will sing it but then reneges, hiring prissy glam rocker Beef (Gerritt Graham). Determined to have Phoenix sing, the Phantom soon discovers just how far Swan will go to give the people what they want.

© © 1974 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Lix and Basta – The Voice in the Star – Brian Rathbone & Mark A. Gilchrist

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Lix and Basta – The Voice in the Star

Brian Rathbone & Mark A. Gilchrist

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: June 14, 2017

Publisher: Brian Rathbone

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Dragons Need Color to Live Join Lix and Basta on a colorful adventure for kids. This children's picture book tells the story of two young dragons trying to keep their color. Note: Parts 1, 2 and 3 are also available in a single book, The Lost Dragons.

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Fairytale Love – Becca & Brian – Melanie Shawn

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Fairytale Love – Becca & Brian

Melanie Shawn

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: July 30, 2014

Publisher: Red Hot Reads Publishing

Seller: Online Advantage Marketing, LLC


We’re just friends … Fair and beautiful Becca Sloan was used to saying this to people…and it was true. The youngest of Harper’s Crossing’s Quad Squad, she knew she could always rely on her best friend, Brian. Ever since their first encounter on the slide in pre-K, they’d had each other’s backs and were inseparable, through good times and bad. Sexy and charming Brian Scott kept nothing from his best friend, Becca. He knew that she would always be there for him, and she knew that she could always count on him. They had a once-in-a-lifetime friendship that was a constant in both of their lives.  When both Becca and Brian are cast in a dating reality show to find love elsewhere, it becomes clear to them that they may have already found it. With cameras rolling, they’ll have to decide if they should protect their friendship and live un-happily ever after with someone else—or trust in their amazing bond and live happily ever after with each other in a Fairytale Love. **Author's note: Each book in The Crossroads Series can be read as a stand-alone**

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Carlito’s Way – Brian De Palma

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Carlito’s Way

Brian De Palma

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: November 10, 1993


From the director of Scarface comes the critically acclaimed crime thriller Carlito's Way. Oscar® winner Al Pacino gives on electrifying performance as former drug kingpin Carlito Brigante, who is sprung from prison by his high-powered attorney (Academy Award® winner Sean Penn). He stuns the New York underworld by vowing to go straight from a history of violence, but his plans are undermined by misguided loyalties and an outmoded code of honor. In a life-or-death battle, Carlito takes on the relentless forces that refuse to let him go. Co-starring John Leguizamo and Luis Guzman, Carlito's Way is a powerful, action-packed ride all the way to its explosive conclusion.

© © 1993 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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A Thousand Words – Brian Robbins

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A Thousand Words

Brian Robbins

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: March 9, 2012


Fast-talking Jack McCall (Eddie Murphy) says whatever it takes to close a deal. But after stretching the truth with a spiritual guru, he suddenly finds his life depending on a magical tree with 1,000 leaves…one for every word he has left. Now Jack's got to stop talking and conjure up some outrageous ways to communicate or he's a goner. See why A Thousand Words is the hilarious, feel-good comedy that has it all: "great cast, great laughs [and a] great time!" Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV

© © 2012 DW Studios L.L.C. All rights reserved.

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Thicker Than Water – Brian Bromberg

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Thicker Than Water

Brian Bromberg

Genre: Smooth Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 13, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC. Marketed and distributed worldwide by Artistry Music.

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Malcolm Gladwell and Brian Grazer: Genius and Curiosity – Malcolm Gladwell & Brian Grazer

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Malcolm Gladwell and Brian Grazer: Genius and Curiosity

Malcolm Gladwell & Brian Grazer

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: November 27, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 92nd Street Y

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Scarface (1983) – Brian De Palma

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Scarface (1983)

Brian De Palma

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: December 9, 1983


In the spring of 1980, the port at Mariel Harbor was opened, and thousands set sail for the United States. They came in search of the American Dream. One of them found it on the sun-washed avenues of Miami… wealth, power and passion beyond his wildest dreams. He was Tony Montana. The world will remember him by another name… Scarface.

© © 1983 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Something About You – Brian Simpson

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Something About You

Brian Simpson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 27, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Shanachie Ent. Corp.

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Passion – Brian De Palma

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Passion

Brian De Palma

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: August 30, 2013


Brian De Palma returns to the sleek, sly, seductive territory of Dressed To Kill with an erotic corporate thriller fueled by sex, ambition, image, envy and the dark, murderous side of PASSION. The film stars Rachel McAdams (Midnight In Paris, Sherlock Holmes, Mean Girls) and Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) as two rising female executives in a multinational corporation whose fierce competition to rise up the ranks is about to turn literally cut-throat.

© © 2012 SBS PRODUCTIONS – INTEGRAL FILM – FRANCE 2 CINÉMA

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Payback (1999) – Brian Helgeland

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Payback (1999)

Brian Helgeland

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: July 27, 1999


Mel Gibson gives an unforgettable performance in this explosive film from director Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential), which features a superb supporting cast including William Devane, Maria Bello and Lucy Liu. The Director's Cut allows you to see Payback like you've never seen before: through the eyes of its director. Experience a different version of Porter's (Gibson) drive to avenge those who took his money and leave him for dead. Witness the real Payback.

© © 2007 Paramount Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition – Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Anthony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition

Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Anthony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 7, 2016

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

Seller: Dynamic Forces, Inc.


The Belcher Family proudly celebrates this year's Free Comic Book Day event with three wild and zany adventures featuring those lovable scamps Tina, Gene, and Louise, plus guest stars Bob, Linda, and all your favorites from Bob's Burgers! It's the official Bob's Burgers comic book based on the fan-favorite (and Emmy Award-winning) Fox animated sitcom, jam-packed with the mouth-watering flavor that longtime fans and curious newcomers can enjoy!

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Still Dreaming (feat. Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade) – Joshua Redman

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Still Dreaming (feat. Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade)

Joshua Redman

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 25, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Nonesuch Records Inc.

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The Emperor’s Blades: Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Brian Staveley

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The Emperor’s Blades: Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne, Book 1 (Unabridged)

Brian Staveley

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: January 14, 2014

© ℗ © 2014 Brilliance Audio

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It’s On Tonight (iTunes Version) – Brian Culbertson

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It’s On Tonight (iTunes Version)

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 1, 2005

© ℗ 2005 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Colors of Love – Brian Culbertson

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Colors of Love

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 14, 2018

© ℗ 2018 BCM Entertainment, Inc.

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Sleepwalkers – Brian Fallon

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Sleepwalkers

Brian Fallon

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: February 9, 2018

© ℗ 2017 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Permission – Brian Crano

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Permission

Brian Crano

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: February 9, 2018


Anna (Rebecca Hall) and Will (Dan Stevens), were each other’s first everythings: first kiss, first love, first and only relationship. Now, 10 years in, at Anna’s 30th birthday party, as Will is about to propose, the couple’s best friend makes a drunken toast, suggesting that they should sleep around before their inevitable marriage. The joke lands like a lead balloon, but the thought lingers until Anna proposes that they try opening their relationship – as a sexual experiment. Together, they venture out of the purely monogamous boundaries of their relationship and, along the way, evolve.

© © 2016 Permission Productions Inc

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24 Hours to Live – Brian Smrz

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24 Hours to Live

Brian Smrz

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: December 1, 2017


Ethan Hawke gives an explosive performance in this epic action-thriller from the producers of JOHN WICK. Travis Conrad (Hawke) is an ex-special ops marine-turned-mercenary who is lured out of retirement by the covert company that used to employ him. After Travis is killed during a brutal firefight, a new regeneration surgery gives him a second chance at life — and one last shot at redemption — in this nonstop, pulse-pounding thrill ride.

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Living Among Us – Brian Metcalf

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Living Among Us

Brian Metcalf

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: February 2, 2018


Vampires have just made themselves public! A group of documentary filmmakers have been invited to spend time with them and learn how they live. But as reality sets in, the crew realizes they are in for far more than they bargained for.

© © 2017 Red Compass Media, Inc.

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Amen – Rich Brian

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Amen

Rich Brian

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 2, 2018

© ℗ 2018 88rising Music / EMPIRE

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Line of Defense #1 – Ricardo Sanchez & Brian Ching

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Line of Defense #1

Ricardo Sanchez & Brian Ching

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 8, 2013

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


The Insurgents are determined to regain control of Arkangel, and their moment will come when Commander Dansing makes an inspection tour of Nightbridge Station. But when Akasuki Svenson gets her orders, she makes other plans!

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Mom & Dad – Brian Taylor

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Mom & Dad

Brian Taylor

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: January 19, 2018


A teenage girl and her little brother must survive a wild 24 hours during which a mass hysteria of unknown origins causes parents to turn violently on their own kids.

© © 2017 Mom and Dad Distribution, LLC. All Rights Reserved. 2017 Momentum Pictures, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra: Live – Christmas Extravaganza! – The Brian Setzer Orchestra

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra: Live – Christmas Extravaganza!

The Brian Setzer Orchestra

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: September 15, 2005


Filmed on 12/18/04 at the sold out Universal Amphitheatre in LA, "Christmas Extravaganza" captures the full effect of a rockin' Setzer blowout with 25 tracks spanning from Setzer's entire career, from Stray Cats and BSO hits to Christmas chestnuts.

© © 2005 Surfdog, Inc.

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‘The Voice’ Winner Alisan Porter Reveals She Split From Her Husband, Brian

Alisan Porter announced in a Twitter statement on Monday that she has split from her husband, Brian Autenrieth.


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Paper Girls #1 – Brian K. Vaughan & Cliff Chiang

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Paper Girls #1

Brian K. Vaughan & Cliff Chiang

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 7, 2015

Publisher: Image Comics

Seller: Image Comics, Inc.


SAGA writer BRIAN K. VAUGHAN launches a brand-new ONGOING SERIES with superstar Wonder Woman artist CLIFF CHIANG! In the early hours after Halloween of 1988, four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls uncover the most important story of all time. Stand By Me meets War of the Worlds in this mysterious young adult adventure, starting with a spectacular DOUBLE-SIZED FIRST ISSUE!

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I Am a Man (with Bill Frisell, Brian Blade, Jason Moran & Thomas Morgan) – Ron Miles

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I Am a Man (with Bill Frisell, Brian Blade, Jason Moran & Thomas Morgan)

Ron Miles

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: November 10, 2017

© ℗ 2017 yellowbird, Werner Aldinger

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged) – Brian Quinn, Bryan Johnson & Walter Flanagan

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged)

Brian Quinn, Bryan Johnson & Walter Flanagan

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 6.95

Publish Date: July 30, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Makin Hay Books

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Jingle All the Way – Brian Levant

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Jingle All the Way

Brian Levant

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: October 17, 2006


High powered businessman Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger), is hard at work taking last-minute orders from customers to whom he just can't say no, including his son, Jamie (Jake Lloyd), who asked for the hottest action figure of the season — Turbo Man! Unfortunately, Howard is facing one BIG problem. It's Christmas Eve and Turbo Man has been sold out since Thanksgiving! Howard's down-to-the-wire trek to find Turbo Man quickly turns into an odyssey wilder than he could have ever imagined. In the course of his seemingly endless Yuletide misadventures, he finds himself in a no-holds-barred fight-to-the-finish with a crazed postman named Myron (Sinbad), who is out to claim the last Turbo Man for his kid. It's enough to scare away even the bravest of men. But to Howard, this is war — and he's determined to win…no matter what!

© © 1996 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV (Unabridged) – Brian Stelter

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Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV (Unabridged)

Brian Stelter

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: April 23, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Hachette Audio

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs – Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff & Bryan Johnson

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs

Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff & Bryan Johnson

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 5.95

Publish Date: April 2, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Makin Hay Books. Inc.

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Body and Shadow – Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

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Body and Shadow

Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 8.99

Expected Release Date: November 10, 2017

© Blue Note Records;℗2017 Middle Way Music, LLC under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Society – Brian Yuzna

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Society

Brian Yuzna

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: June 11, 1992


IT IS A MATTER OF GOOD BREEDING. REALLY. After producing Stuart Gordon’s hit Re-Animator, Brian Yuzna (Bride of Re-Animator, Return of the Living Dead III) turned his hand to directing with 1989’s Society, and gave birth to one of the ickiest, most original body horror shockers of all time. Teenager Bill Whitney (Billy Warlock) has always felt like the odd one out in his wealthy, upper-class Beverly Hills family. For some reason, he just doesn’t seem to fit in. But his sense of alienation takes a sinister turn when he hears an audio recording of his sister’s coming-out party, which seems to implicate his family and others in a bizarre, ritualistic orgy. And then there are the strange things he’s been seeing – glimpses of people with their bodies contorted impossibly out of shape… Is Bill going mad or is there something seriously amiss in his neighbourhood? Packing stomach-churning grue and thought-provoking social commentary in equal measure, Society is a biting horror satire which culminates in one of the most gag-inducing “climaxes”’ in all of horror history.

© © 2015 Arrow Films

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America’s Army #11 – Tides of Change – M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

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America’s Army #11 – Tides of Change

M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 14, 2014

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Seller: Idea and Design Works, LLC


Betrayed by Dr. Creighton, Captain Reed and Sergeant Dixon have been captured by Czervenian forces and are being held in an underwater facility with little hope of escape in America's Army #11 – Tides of Change.

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America’s Army #10 – Point of Contact – M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

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America’s Army #10 – Point of Contact

M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: July 16, 2014

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Seller: Idea and Design Works, LLC


After escaping the destruction of the Pipeline facility and surviving the explosion, Captain Reed, Sergeant Dixon and the freed scientist, Dr. Creighton are lost in the darkness of a system of underground railway tunnels.  Meanwhile, above ground the Mustangs deal with the possible loss of two of their teammates. But the squad must place the mission first and provide security for the Army CBRN units looking for clues about Adzic's secret plan in the aftermath. The fight is not over yet in America's Army #10 – Point of Contact.

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition – Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Athony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition

Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Athony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: June 8, 2016

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

Seller: Dynamic Forces, Inc.


The Belcher Family proudly celebrates this year's Free Comic Book Day event with three wild and zany adventures featuring those lovable scamps Tina, Gene, and Louise, plus guest stars Bob, Linda, and all your favorites from Bob's Burgers! It's the official Bob's Burgers comic book based on the fan-favorite (and Emmy Award-winning) Fox animated sitcom, jam-packed with the mouth-watering flavor that longtime fans and curious newcomers can enjoy!

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Laugh Factory Vol. 21 of All Access with Dom Irrera – Dane Cook, Bobby Lee, Harland Williams, Jon Lovitz & Brian Scolaro

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Laugh Factory Vol. 21 of All Access with Dom Irrera

Dane Cook, Bobby Lee, Harland Williams, Jon Lovitz & Brian Scolaro

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: July 30, 2007

© ℗ © 2007 Laugh Factory IMG Media, LLC

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Jimmy Kimmel Shreds Fox News Host Brian Kilmeade: ‘Phony Little Creep’

He says the Fox News host “kisses my ass like a little boy meeting Batman.”
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Call of the Herald – Brian Rathbone

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Call of the Herald

Godsland Series Book One

Brian Rathbone

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: February 25, 2013

Publisher: White Wolf Press, LLC

Seller: Brian Keith Rathbone


Book One of The Dawning of Power trilogy. Echoes of the ancients' power are distant memories, tattered and faded by the passage of eons, but that is about to change. A new dawn has arrived. Latent abilities, harbored in mankind's deepest fibers, wait to be unleashed. Ancient evils awaken, and old fears ignite the fires of war.

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The New 52: Futures End FCBD Special Edition #0 – Brian Azzarello & Jeff Lemire

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The New 52: Futures End FCBD Special Edition #0

Brian Azzarello & Jeff Lemire

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 14, 2014

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


THE NEW 52: FUTURES END starts here with this special Free Comic Book Day issue! What tragedy has befallen the DC Universe and how can Batman Beyond fix it? The story continues in the weekly series THE NEW 52: FUTURES END!

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Christina Aguilera Ft. Brian McKnight – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

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The Avengers, Vol. 1 – Brian Michael Bendis & John Romita, Jr.

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The Avengers, Vol. 1

Brian Michael Bendis & John Romita, Jr.

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: December 13, 2012

Publisher: Marvel

Seller: Disney Publishing Worldwide


Read the first chapter of Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis Vol. 1. The Avengers have never been mightier as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine and more team together to stop threats no single hero can stop.

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Turns 40 Today, Brian May Says He’s ‘Not Sick Of It’

On Oct. 31, 1975, Queen released “Bohemian Rhapsody” — an epic rock suite that would become one of the band’s most memorable hits, as well as one of…
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Jamie Chung and Brian Greenberg Say “I Do” at Halloween Wedding

Trick or "I do": Jamie Chung and Brian Greenberg swapped vows in the spookiest way possible, marrying in a Halloween wedding earlier tonight, Us Weekly has confirmed. The two exchanged vows before family and friends…


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Queen‘s Brian May will debut his new short horror film, One Night In Hell, at this year’s Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights. He is also working on a full length version of the film.
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Brian Austin Green — Officially Asks Megan Fox for Spousal Support

Brian Austin Green just put it in writing … he’s asking soon-to-be ex-wife Megan Fox for spousal support.  In the docs filed Tuesday, Green checks the box for spousal support … a move we saw coming.TMZ broke the story … Green has…

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Bennington, Brian Regan and Judah Friedlander, September 21, 2015 – Ron Bennington

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Bennington, Brian Regan and Judah Friedlander, September 21, 2015

Ron Bennington

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: September 21, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 XM Satellite Radio

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Impressions from Paris to Prague – Brian Crain

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Impressions from Paris to Prague

Brian Crain

Genre: Classical Crossover

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 8, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Brian Crain

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Veteren director Brian De Palma picks up award at Venice Film Festival

Legendary filmmaker Brian De Palma collects Jaeger-LeCoultre Flory to the Filmmaker 2015 Award at Venice Film Festival. Rough Cut – no reporter narration.


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Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys – Brian Stillman

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Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys

Brian Stillman

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 6.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: January 14, 2014


When Star Wars landed in the theaters, it introduced audiences to a galaxy filled with heroes and villains, robots and space ships, and a dizzying variety of alien life. But when the lights came up, they all disappeared… Unless you had all the toys. In which case, the adventure never had to end. Like no toys before them, Star Wars toys were a phenomenon that swept the nation, permanently transforming both the toy and movie industries, and ultimately creating a hobby that, 30 years later, still holds sway over its fans. Plastic Galaxy is a documentary that explores the groundbreaking and breathtaking world of Star Wars toys. Through interviews with former Kenner employees, experts and authors like Stephen Sansweet and Gus Lopez, and of course collectors, it looks at the toys’ history, their influence, and the fond and fervent feelings they elicit today.

© © 2014 Brian Stillman

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Varsity Blues – Brian Robbins

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Varsity Blues

Brian Robbins

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: May 31, 1999


James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek) leads the action in this exciting, funny coming-of-age story about a small-town high schooler confronting the pressures and temptations of gridiron glory. At first, backup quarterback Jonathan "Mox" Moxom (Van Der Beek) is nowhere close to being a football star. He's perfectly content to stay on the bench and out of the win-at-all-cost strategies of coach Bud Kilmer (Jon Voight in a powerful performance). But when the starting quarterback is injured, Mox is in the game… and in direct conflict with his hotheaded coach and girlfriend. Soon everyone in Mox's football-crazed community will realize there's not just a new star quarterback in town, there's a new kind of hero.

© © 2003 Paramount Pictures

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Opie and Jimmy, Jim Florentine, Brian Harman, And Bruce Dickinson, August 31, 2015 – Opie Radio

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Opie and Jimmy, Jim Florentine, Brian Harman, And Bruce Dickinson, August 31, 2015

Opie Radio

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 2.95

Publish Date: August 31, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 XM Satellite Radio

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A Knight’s Tale – Brian Helgeland

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A Knight’s Tale

Brian Helgeland

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: May 11, 2001


After serving a number of years as a squire, an earnest young commoner poses as a knight and establishes himself in the jousting tournaments of Europe. He and a princess fall in love, but she is unaware of his deceit and common roots. The false knight is estranged from the princess once his true roots are revealed. He struggles to amend their relationship.

© © 2001 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Poltergeist II: The Other Side – Brian Gibson

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Poltergeist II: The Other Side

Brian Gibson

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: May 23, 1986


This effects-heavy installment is the inevitable sequel to one of the more effectively spooky and financially successful horror films of the '80s. The Freeling family is trying to grapple with the devastation wrought by the ghosts and ghouls that destroyed their lives. Steve (Craig T. Nelson), Diane (JoBeth Williams), and their kids, Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) and Robbie (Oliver Robins), have been reduced to living in the home of Diane's mother, Jess (Geraldine Fitzgerald) because the insurance company refuses to believe what happened to their house. The Freelings are unfortunately unable to escape patches of unholy ground living in a house that is just as haunted as the last. The evil spirit of the mad cult leader Kane (Julian Beck) has returned in an effort to kidnap Carol Anne. After realizing what's happening, the Freelings call upon the psychic medium Tangina Barrons (Zelda Rubinstein) for help, and are aided by a benevolent Native American spiritualist, Taylor (Will Sampson).

© © 1986 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All rights reserved.

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From There to Here 1989-2002 – Brian McKnight

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From There to Here 1989-2002

Brian McKnight

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: November 4, 2002

© ℗ 2011 Universal Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Mission: Impossible – Brian De Palma

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Mission: Impossible

Brian De Palma

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 17, 1998


Tom Cruise ignites the screen in this runaway smash hit that "holds you on the edge of your seat before blasting you out of it." (Howard Rosenberg, Los Angeles Times). Cruise stars as Ethan Hunt, a secret agent framed for the deaths of his espionage team. Fleeing from government assassins, breaking into the CIA's most impenetrable vault, clinging to the roof of a speeding bullet train, Hunt races like a burning fuse to stay one step ahead of his pursuers… and draw one step closer to discovering the shocking truth.

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The Book Thief – Brian Percival

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The Book Thief

Brian Percival

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: November 8, 2013


Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson star in this inspiring film based on the bestseller about Liesel, (Sophie Nélisse), a girl adopted by a German couple (Rush and Watson) who hide a Jew (Ben Schnetzer) from Hitler’s army. Soon Liesel discovers that words and imagination provide an escape from the events unfolding around her family in this extraordinary film directed by Brian Percival.

© © 2013 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Dragonvein: Dragonvein, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Brian D. Anderson

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Dragonvein: Dragonvein, Book 1 (Unabridged)

Brian D. Anderson

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 21.95

Publish Date: July 14, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Audible Studios

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The Unsuspecting Mage: The Morcyth Saga Book One – Brian S. Pratt

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The Unsuspecting Mage: The Morcyth Saga Book One

Brian S. Pratt

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: March 30, 2009

Publisher: Brian S. Pratt

Seller: Smashwords


“Want to be a mage? Then do we have the job for you…” Sounds great for a veteran role-player. When on-the-job training entails battling demons, learning magic through trial and error, and living in a world without toilet paper, things could get rough. But to be dropped in the middle of a forest and having to do it on your own with no instruction…welcome to James’ world. It all gets started when his grandfather suggests to James, a young man on the verge of graduating high school, that he check out the following advertisement for a job. “Magic! Real Magic! Ever wanted to learn? We require someone with intelligence and a disciplined mind. Those well versed in fantasy novels and role playing games a plus. May need to travel.” Sounded like the perfect job for a veteran role-player and avid fantasy reader. James had no idea he’d be whisked to another world, completely cut off from friends and family. Arriving in a meadow in the middle of a forest, he’s greeted by a creature not entirely human. He was then told three things: Magic works here… Don’t try to go home… Get to the village of Trendle… Then the creature vanished. Which way was Trendle? Where was he? What might inhabit the forest that will seek his ruination? These were but a few of the questions needing to be unraveled. Alone with only his wits and knowledge gleaned from hundreds of books and dungeon campaigns, he started out just trying to survive. He soon learned that one mistake, one lapse in judgment could mean his death. Not long after arriving, he made the acquaintance of Miko, a street-wise kid who quickly became his friend and companion. Little did he know that the strength within this child from the streets of Bearn, a strength that would be tested again and again as they waded through battle after battle, delved in hidden passages deep beneath the earth, and faced off against an the might of an Empire, would be invaluable in the trials ahead. The Unsuspecting Mage is the first book of The Morcyth Saga, a seven book epic fantasy adventure. It follows James as he seeks first to master the art of magic then to uncover the reason why he had been brought to this strange new world where armies are on the move and gods meddle in the affairs of men.

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The Godling Chronicles Omnibus: Books 1-3 (Unabridged) – Brian D. Anderson

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The Godling Chronicles Omnibus: Books 1-3 (Unabridged)

Brian D. Anderson

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 34.95

Publish Date: June 30, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Podium Publishing

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The Strat Pack – Jasmine, Steve Rodgers, Amy Winehouse, Paul Rodgers, Joe Walsh, Ron Wood, All Star Line-Up, Phil Manzanera, David Gilmour, Gary Moore, Brian May, Hank Marvin, The Crickets, Albert Lee, Ben Marvin, Paul Carrack, Jamie Cullum, Theresa Andersson & Mike Rutherford

Jasmine, Steve Rodgers, Amy Winehouse, Paul Rodgers, Joe Walsh, Ron Wood, All Star Line-Up, Phil Manzanera, David Gilmour, Gary Moore, Brian May, Hank Marvin, The Crickets, Albert Lee, Ben Marvin, Paul Carrack, Jamie Cullum, Theresa Andersson & Mike Rutherford - The Strat Pack  artwork

The Strat Pack

Jasmine, Steve Rodgers, Amy Winehouse, Paul Rodgers, Joe Walsh, Ron Wood, All Star Line-Up, Phil Manzanera, David Gilmour, Gary Moore, Brian May, Hank Marvin, The Crickets, Albert Lee, Ben Marvin, Paul Carrack, Jamie Cullum, Theresa Andersson & Mike Rutherford

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: January 1, 2005


In autumn 2004, London’s Wembley Arena staged what must surely go down as the greatest guitar concert of all time to celebrate the 50th birthday of a true rock icon – The Fender Stratocaster Guitar. Members of Queen, Genesis, Thin Lizzy, The Crickets, The Shadows, Free, The Eagles, Roxy Music, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones plus solo stars Amy Winehouse, Albert Lee, Jamie Cullum, Theresa Andersson, and Paul Carrack all gathered on one stage to honor the occasion and also to raise money for Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy.

© © 2005 Silver Clef Productions Ltd. Eagle Rock Entertainment Limited

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GT/Live with Fallout 4 Voice Actor Brian T. Delaney

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Offering: The Music of Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Charenee Wade

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Offering: The Music of Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson

Charenee Wade

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: June 23, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Motéma Music LLC

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Brian Williams Apologizes

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Andrew Tyndall: Brian Williams Looks Like “Sloppy Seconds” for MSNBC (Guest Column)


The news analyst writes Williams’ move is insulting to the cable network’s viewers: “Not truthful enough for ‘Nightly,’ but good enough for MSNBC.”

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Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe to Apple Music: ‘F— These Satanic Corporations’

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Hollywood Said No!: Orphaned Film Scripts, Bastard Scenes, And Abandoned Darlings from the Creators of Mr. Show (Unabridged) – David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Brian Posehn (contributor)

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Hollywood Said No!: Orphaned Film Scripts, Bastard Scenes, And Abandoned Darlings from the Creators of Mr. Show (Unabridged)

David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Brian Posehn (contributor)

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 23.95

Publish Date: September 10, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Hachette Audio

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Piano and Light (Bonus Track Version) – Brian Crain

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Piano and Light (Bonus Track Version)

Brian Crain

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: May 18, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Brian Crain

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Piano and Cello Duet – Brian Crain

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Piano and Cello Duet

Brian Crain

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: July 31, 2006

© ℗ 2006 Crain Records

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No Pier Pressure (Deluxe) – Brian Wilson

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No Pier Pressure (Deluxe)

Brian Wilson

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: April 7, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Brimel, Inc. Under Exclusive License To Capitol Records, LLC

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Brian Wilson On World Cafe

It’s not hard for the legendary musician and songwriter to pick his favorite Beach Boys song.

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Brian Wilson’s music genius, mental issues are focus of film

In this Tuesday, June 2, 2015 photo, musician Brian Wilson poses for a portrait during press day for "Love & Mercy" at The Four Seasons in Los Angeles. The film focuses on two formative periods in the Wilson's life, separated by 20 years. It opens in U.S. theaters on June 5, 2015. (Photo by Casey Curry/Invision/AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — With a shuffling gait and wearing jeans, sneakers and a blue plaid shirt that matches his eyes, Brian Wilson is at the center of a Hollywood whirlwind.



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Telling Brian Wilson’s Fractured Life Story On Film

NPR’s Melissa Block talks with Bill Pohlad, director of the film Love & Mercy, about creating an intimate portrait of Wilson — in both The Beach Boys’ heyday and the troubled years that followed.

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It’s On Tonight (iTunes Version) – Brian Culbertson

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It’s On Tonight (iTunes Version)

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: July 26, 2005

© ℗ 2005 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Delivery: The Beast Within – Brian Netto

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Delivery: The Beast Within

Brian Netto

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: May 27, 2014


In this unnerving chiller, Kyle and Rachel Massy are a young couple who have agreed to document their first pregnancy for a reality show. During the production and after moving to a new home, a series of unexplained phenomena start plaguing the couple, eventually derailing the production of the show. Rachel, growing increasingly paranoid, starts to believe that there might be something seriously wrong with their unborn bundle of joy. Told through the show's un-aired footage and interviews from friends, family and production members, Brian Netto's savvy debut feature injects the found footage genre with a fresh perspective and enough eeriness to keep you on the edge of your seat.

© © 2013 Type AB, Inc

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‘Love & Mercy’ Star Paul Dano Talks About Tackling Music Legend Brian Wilson

Following a pair of splashy supporting roles in ’12 Years a Slave’ and ‘Prisoners,’ the 30-year-old actor takes the lead (and the mic) in the Beach Boys biopic.
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Queen’s Brian May Says Adam Lambert ‘Doesn’t Want To Be With Us All The Time’

Sorry Queen fans, guitarist Brian May says that the band are not working on a new album because singer Adam Lambert “doesn’t want to be with us all the time.” “[A new album] is not coming along, no we’re not doing that,” May told Gigwise. “Not at the moment anyway, we might do. At the moment we’re watching with interest while Adam pursues his solo career . . .”
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42 – Brian Helgeland

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42

Brian Helgeland

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: April 12, 2013


In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the team, breaking Major League Baseball's infamous color line. Facing unabashed racism from every side, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting, instead letting his talent on the field do the talking — ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. In 1997, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 for all teams, making it the first number in sports to be universally retired.

© © 2013 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Legendary Pictures Funding, LLC

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Dreams – Brian Culbertson

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Dreams

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: June 12, 2012

© ℗ 2012 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs – Walter Flanagan, Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff

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Tell ‘Em Steve Dave Presents: A Small Fistful of Dollahs

Walter Flanagan, Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn, Sunday Jeff

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 5.95

Publish Date: April 2, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Makin Hay Books. Inc.

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Let Us Prey – Brian O’Malley

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Let Us Prey

Brian O’Malley

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: May 26, 2015


Rachel (Pollyanna McIntosh, The Woman), a rookie cop, is about to begin her first nightshift in a neglected police station in a backwater town. Surrounded by both disgruntled officers and irate petty offenders, her job becomes all the more difficult and terrifying when a mysterious man (Liam Cunningham, Game of Thrones) is brought in and strange things start happening to everyone in the station. As it becomes clear that the enigmatic stranger has something to do with the supernatural events, Rachel finds herself in a fight for her life against cop and criminal alike as one by one they turn on each other and themselves. Now she must survive the night and uncover the stranger’s true plans for the station’s hapless denizens before she too falls prey to the unholy power that seeks to destroy them all.

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Kaycee Dean, Brian Surewood

Kaycee Dean is a hard core and wacky California model that likes pumping older dudes. She’s also a fast talker, who doesn’t shut up unless you muzzle her mouth with a fat meatstick. This deepthroat babe can slurp manmeat with the best of them, and her dripping coochie was built to take a beating. Watch her face get banged silly before she’s flipped on her back and plowed like the girl she is.

I am Eighteen

Riley, Brian Surewood

Riley is the proud owner of an incredibly puffy fuckhole and a perfectly plump bum. This middle-American girl from Indiana is only a month away from turning 19, but for now, she’s still our little 18 year old whore. Just look at those luscious dimples! Now grab those pigtails and pull her head toward your dickhead. Let this airtight cocksucker take it all the way down. This loud screamer loves it xxx and thinks cream is always good to the last drop.

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The Introspective Roger Ailes: Fox News’ Chief on Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Brian Williams’ Future (“I’d Put Him Back”) and His Own


Ailes, 74, arguably the most powerful person of the next election, opens up about Rupert Murdoch, his dislikes (Elisabeth Murdoch’s “creepy” ex-husband Matthew Freud), that MLK photo in his office and lesbian friends (“People don’t know me”), and the new field of candidates as he grows his $ 15 billion empire.

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Steep Your Soul: How Brian Grazer Begins Each Day | Super Soul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network

Brian Grazer is one of the most successful men in Hollywood’s history. He’s the producer behind movie classics like Splash, Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind as well as the recent television smash hit Empire. Combined, his work has been nominated for 43 Oscars® and 149 Emmys®. Yet, no matter what project he’s working on or where his work takes him, Brian follows the same morning ritual he’s had for the last 20 years.

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“Super Soul Sunday” is a two-time Emmy award-winning series that delivers a thought-provoking, eye-opening and inspiring block of programming designed to help viewers awaken to their best selves and discover a deeper connection to the world around them. The series features exclusive interviews and all-new conversations between Oprah Winfrey and top thinkers, authors, filmmakers and spiritual leaders. Exploring themes and issues including happiness, personal fulfillment, wellness, spirituality and conscious living. “Super Soul Sunday” presents an array of perspectives on what it means to be alive in today’s world.

Oprah Winfrey Network is the first and only network named for, and inspired by, a single iconic leader. Oprah Winfrey’s heart and creative instincts inform the brand — and the magnetism of the channel.

Winfrey provides leadership in programming and attracts superstar talent to join her in primetime, building a global community of like-minded viewers and leading that community to connect on social media and beyond. OWN is a singular destination on cable. Depth with edge. Heart. Star power. Connection. And endless possibilities.

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Oprah sits down with prolific film and television producer Brian Grazer for a conversation about expanding our curiosity, a trait he attributes to his success and says should be as much a part of our culture as creativity and innovation.

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Winfrey provides leadership in programming and attracts superstar talent to join her in primetime, building a global community of like-minded viewers and leading that community to connect on social media and beyond. OWN is a singular destination on cable. Depth with edge. Heart. Star power. Connection. And endless possibilities.

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Hear Brian Wilson and Kacey Musgraves’ Whimsical ‘Guess You Had to Be There’

She’s one of country music’s most buzzed-about young performers, but one listen to Kacey Musgraves vocal contribution on “Guess You Had to Be There,” from Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson’s upcoming album, No Pier Pressure, suggests she could have fit in well during the girl-group heyday of the Sixties.

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Andy Cohen Jokes That Ryan Seacrest Had Former ‘American Idol’ Co-Host Brian Dunkleman Killed

On Thursday night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” host Andy Cohen was trying to get Kelly Clarkson to Plead The Fifth when he joked:

“Kelly easily withstood the pressure-cooker that was ‘American Idol,’ before Ryan Seacrest had co-host Brian Dunkleman killed.”

Co-host? Dunkleman? We had to access the parts of our brains reserved for useless pop culture knowledge to vaguely recall that, oh yeah, there was another guy who held a microphone and used to stand on stage next to Seacrest during Season 1 of “American Idol.”

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That guy was Brian Dunkleman. He is alive and “still doing stuff,” as BuzzFeed put it last year.

Talk about a blast from the past!
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Brian Wilson Plots Summer Tour With Former Beach Boys

A couple of months after Brian Wilson releases his upcoming album, No Pier Pressure, the singer-songwriter will hit the road for a summer tour. Wilson’s former Beach Boys bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, who recorded the No Pier Pressure song “Sail Away” with him, will join him on the…
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Twitter Reminds Brian Williams With Memes That He’s A Jackass [Photos]

Brian Williams’ little white “misremembering” of an account that transpired in 2003 Iraq just may be the nail in the coffin for the veteran news anchor’s career.

Last week, NBC News posted a 12-year-old video clip to their Facebook page where Williams recounted his war hero tale of being in a Chinook helicopter that took RPG fire. The video began to many of comments–prompted from Lance Reynolds writing “Sorry dude, I don’t remember you being on my aircraft. I do remember you walking up about an hour after we had landed to ask me what had happened.”

Shortly after that online sh*tstorm, Williams offered some “clarification” on his story: “I want to apologize. I said I was traveling in an aircraft that was hit by RPG fire. I was instead in a following aircraft,” he said. ” I made a mistake in recalling the events of 12 years ago.”

Shortly after, Williams’ Twitter account was scrubbed of all activity, leaving a picture of barren news desk at NBC headquarters. The Washington Post points out that Williams has knowingly lied on his war wounds on several occasions over the years and obviously was only going to come clean when exposed.

Which is where social media comes in. For nearly 24 hours, trending topics such as #BrianWilliamsWarStories and #BrianWilliamsMisremembers have been flooding timelines with no signs of subsiding.

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Brian Williams Apologizes For False Iraq Story

‘Nightly News’ anchor Brian Williams apologized Wednesday for incorrectly claiming as recently as last week that he rode on a helicopter that came under enemy fire when he was reporting in Iraq in …


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America’s Army #11 – Tides of Change – M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

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America’s Army #11 – Tides of Change

M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 14, 2014

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Seller: Idea and Design Works, LLC


Betrayed by Dr. Creighton, Captain Reed and Sergeant Dixon have been captured by Czervenian forces and are being held in an underwater facility with little hope of escape in America's Army #11 – Tides of Change.

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Against the Sun – Brian Falk

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Against the Sun

Brian Falk

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: January 23, 2015


In one of the most harrowing true stories of World War II, three US Navy airmen crash land their torpedo bomber in the South Pacific and find themselves on a tiny life raft, surrounded by open ocean. No food. No water. No hope of rescue. Against incredible odds, these three virtual strangers must survive storms, sharks, starvation – and each other – as they try to sail more than a thousand miles to safety.

© © 2013 Rub A Dub Dub Productions, LLC

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America’s Army #10 – Point of Contact – M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

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America’s Army #10 – Point of Contact

M. Zachary Sherman, Scott R. Brooks, J Brown, Brian Rood & Marshall Dillion

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: July 16, 2014

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Seller: Idea and Design Works, LLC


After escaping the destruction of the Pipeline facility and surviving the explosion, Captain Reed, Sergeant Dixon and the freed scientist, Dr. Creighton are lost in the darkness of a system of underground railway tunnels.  Meanwhile, above ground the Mustangs deal with the possible loss of two of their teammates. But the squad must place the mission first and provide security for the Army CBRN units looking for clues about Adzic's secret plan in the aftermath. The fight is not over yet in America's Army #10 – Point of Contact.

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged) – Bryan Johnson, Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn

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Tell Em Steve Dave Fair-re-re Tale Theater (Unabridged)

Bryan Johnson, Walter Flanagan, Brian Quinn

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 6.95

Publish Date: July 2, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Makin Hay Books

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The Providence of Fire (Unabridged) – Brian Staveley

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The Providence of Fire (Unabridged)

Brian Staveley

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: January 13, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Brilliance Audio

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20th Anniversary Tour (Live) – Brian Culbertson

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20th Anniversary Tour (Live)

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: January 12, 2015

© ℗ 2015 BCM Entertainment, Inc.

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DC Comics Essentials: Joker (2015-) #1 – Brian Azzarello & Lee Bermejo

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DC Comics Essentials: Joker (2015-) #1

Brian Azzarello & Lee Bermejo

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: January 6, 2015

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


The creative team behind the sensational LUTHOR-award-winning writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo-re-team to delve into the world of Gotham City and the life of the Dark Knight's most dangerous and deadly adversary: The Joker! This excerpt from JOKER is a part of just one of the titles featured in the DC ENTERTAINMENT ESSENTIAL GRAPHIC NOVELS AND CHRONOLOGY 2014 catalog. Inside is an expansive look at our rich backlist collection created by the best writers and illustrators in the industry. This catalog can be used as an important resource for new fans seeking a starting point, as well as a look back at our impressive backlist for the most fervent DCE enthusiasts.

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Queen’s Brian May Says ‘Adam Lambert Is A Gift From God’

If you were to ask Queen‘s Brian May about Adam Lambert, he would tell you that he is a “gift from God.” May says that Lambert was the only performer they had found who was capable of filling the shoes of iconic frontman Freddie Mercury. “Adam is the first person we’ve encountered who can do all the Queen catalogue without blinking,” May tells Classic Rock.
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Landmarks – Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

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Landmarks

Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: April 29, 2014

© ℗ 2014 Mid City Records, LLC Under Exclusive License To Blue Note Records

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Shepherd’s Quest: The Broken Key #1 – Brian S. Pratt

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Shepherd’s Quest: The Broken Key #1

The Broken Key Trilogy, no. 1

Brian S. Pratt

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: March 29, 2009

Publisher: Brian S. Pratt

Seller: Smashwords


Longing for adventure is one thing, but when it becomes reality… Four comrades set out to recover the segments of a key which they believe will unlock the King's Hoard, rumored to hold great wealth. Written in the style of an RPG game, with spells, scrolls, potions, Guilds, and dungeon exploration fraught with traps and other dangers.

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Going Gray – Brian Spangler

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Going Gray

Brian Spangler

Genre: Science Fiction

Publish Date: November 25, 2014

Publisher: Brian Spangler

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


An Apocalyptic Thriller Going Gray is a 285 page (56k word) novel, and is Book 1 of the Gray Series. Best of Indie 2014! -Suspense Magazine "Grips you from the start and doesn't let go. Going Gray is hard to put down." -Jason Gurley, bestselling author of Greatfall. "Captivated me from the first page with its intensity… a gripping read!" -Jennifer Jaynes, USA TODAY bestselling author of Never Smile at Strangers. "Intensity from the first sentence. Hold on for the thrilling ride." -Ernie Lindsay, USA TODAY bestselling author of Sara's Game. "Brian Spangler has taken the terror thriller in a new and exciting direction with Going Gray, and he had me turning pages the whole way." -Michael Bunker, bestselling author of Pennsylvania. "A haunting tale that will stick with you long after you've read the last page." -Kate Danley, USA TODAY bestselling author. When Emily heard the first scream, she became concerned. When she heard a second scream, she grew scared. When she heard the third scream, she was struck with terror. But it was what Emily could not hear that frightened her the most. Emily wakes to find that her world has plummeted into darkness–the clouds have spilled out of the sky and taken the sun. And there is more to the mist than just the dangers of being blind–the fog is poison, killing everything in its path. Their home is no match for the caustic fog, and her family is suddenly running for their lives. But when she learns that the machines built to save the world could be the cause of the accident, Emily turns to her father–the original architect–with the hope that they can stop the environmental catastrophe.   And don't forget to check out the other books in the Gray Series — available everywhere! Going Gray — Book 1 Gray Skies — Book 2 Blinded By Sight — Book 3 Union — Book 4

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Brian May And Roger Taylor Aren’t Fans Of Queen’s New Album

Queen released a two-disc compilation last month, which band members Brian May and Roger Taylor weren’t pleased with. “Apart from that it is a rather odd mixture of our slower stuff, I didn’t want the double-album version they’ve put out,” griped Taylor. “It’s an awful lot for people to take in, and it’s bloody miserable. I wouldn’t call it an album either.”
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Laugh Factory Vol. 21 of All Access with Dom Irrera – Dane Cook, Bobby Lee, Harland Williams, Jon Lovitz & Brian Scolaro

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Laugh Factory Vol. 21 of All Access with Dom Irrera

Dane Cook, Bobby Lee, Harland Williams, Jon Lovitz & Brian Scolaro

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: July 30, 2007

© ℗ © 2007 Laugh Factory IMG Media, LLC

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The Internet’s Own Boy – Brian Knappenberger

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The Internet’s Own Boy

Brian Knappenberger

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: June 27, 2014


Aaron Swartz's online presence and influence was groundbreaking. From helping develop internet protocol RSS to his work as a co-founder of Reddit, the programming prodigy helped shape the digital landscape we all use today. Chronicling his pioneering efforts crusading for open access and free speech and the resulting legal nightmare and tragedy that ensued, “The Internet’s Own Boy” is a dynamic and moving portrait of a brilliant tech millionaire who renounced the values of Silicon Valley startup culture and used technology to tirelessly fight for social justice, no matter what the cost.

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Another Long Night Out – Brian Culbertson

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Another Long Night Out

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 25, 2014

© ℗ 2014 BCM Entertainment, Inc.

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The New 52: Futures End FCBD Special Edition #0 – Brian Azzarello & Jeff Lemire

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The New 52: Futures End FCBD Special Edition #0

Brian Azzarello & Jeff Lemire

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 14, 2014

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


THE NEW 52: FUTURES END starts here with this special Free Comic Book Day issue! What tragedy has befallen the DC Universe and how can Batman Beyond fix it? The story continues in the weekly series THE NEW 52: FUTURES END!

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Superman Sampler 2013 – J. Michael Straczynski, Geoff Johns, Richard Donner, Brian Azzarello, Shane Davis, Jim Lee & Adam Kubert

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Superman Sampler 2013

J. Michael Straczynski, Geoff Johns, Richard Donner, Brian Azzarello, Shane Davis, Jim Lee & Adam Kubert

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: March 21, 2013

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Rocketed from the dying planet Krypton, baby Kal-El was raised on Earth as Clark Kent and discovered that he had extraordinary powers far exceeding everyone around him. Combined with the strong moral values from his adoptive parents, he became Superman. Created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel, Superman has become a worldwide icon and relevant cultural touchstone. This summer, the world’s first superhero will be bigger than ever in the highly anticipated blockbuster film Man of Steel , coming to theaters June 14th. Please enjoy this sampler of DC Comics’ standout Superman graphic novels, showcasing a few of the great stories featuring the characters in Zack Snyder and Christopher Nolan’s new movie epic.

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The New Avengers #1 – Brian Michael Bendis & David Finch

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The New Avengers #1

Brian Michael Bendis & David Finch

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: February 21, 2012

Publisher: Marvel

Seller: Disney Publishing Worldwide


In the wake of the systematic destruction of the original Avengers, just what sort of threat to the world could persuade Captain America to assemble an all-new team? And following the events of Avengers Disassembled, who could possibly be on this team? How does Cap, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Wolverine sound? Fate has brought them together, and now Captain America wants to make it permanent! Who will take his hand and join the new Avengers? And will they be strong enough to fight the mysterious forces at play around them? Collects New Avengers (2004) #1.

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Avengers: Disassembled #1 – Brian Michael Bendis & David Finch

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Avengers: Disassembled #1

Brian Michael Bendis & David Finch

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: April 23, 2012

Publisher: Marvel

Seller: Disney Publishing Worldwide


Read the first issue of Avengers Disassembled for free. It begins with the return of a team member thought dead and by the time it's over, everything you know about the Avengers will have changed! Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch tear the Avengers apart!

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The Avengers, Vol. 1 – Brian Michael Bendis & John Romita, Jr.

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The Avengers, Vol. 1

Brian Michael Bendis & John Romita, Jr.

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: December 13, 2012

Publisher: Marvel

Seller: Disney Publishing Worldwide


Read the first chapter of Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis Vol. 1. The Avengers have never been mightier as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine and more team together to stop threats no single hero can stop.

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Rockabilly, Empty Hearts & Psycho Sisters: Chats with Brian Setzer, Elliot Easton, Vicki Peterson & Susan Cowsill…Plus!

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A Conversation with Brian Setzer

Mike Ragogna: Brian, let’s talk about your new album, Rockabilly Riot! All Original. It’s all original material and you start it off with the adrenalized “Let’s Shake.” Rockabilly’s really all about the shake, isn’t it?

Brian Setzer: Yeah! [laughs] To me, it seems like nervous energy, you know? It was invented by guys who were just getting back after the war and they were experimenting. Guys from the country were mixing up that kind of music with the blues, there were jazz players who were experimenting with it, it was kind of a mish-mash. It seems like a big ball of energy to me, I guess that’s what’s always attracted me to it.

MR: I’ve been following your music for decades, and my feeling is you discovered that junction point where rockabilly meets swing and dirty boogie.

BS: I saw that it would work because it’s all based on the blues. The blues is the great granddaddy of all this music. That’s where it all comes from. So to me, it was like, “Why wouldn’t it work?” Country, swing, jazz, rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll, it all comes from the blues, so why wouldn’t it work? It wasn’t like I was trying to mix baroque music in there with it. All that music came from the blues. If you like these kinds of music, you take these little pieces that you like and you throw it in. It’s like making a bowl of chili or something, to me. It’s personal taste. Some guys like a little more jazz in their rockabilly, some guys like a little more rock ‘n’ roll. That’s the way you play it. But I always knew that would all work because it was based on the blues.

MR: To me, that’s “Americana.” What’s interesting is that we’ve defined “Americana” as this mid-tempo, kind of rocking, organic-ish, Byrds-influenced music, but it seems like the name “Americana” should’ve been applied to the blues, jazz, gospel, and, of course, rockabilly, that are truly “American” forms of music that sprang from history and culture.

BS: I get what you’re saying, the Americana label is almost folk music, isn’t it?

MR: Yeah, exactly.

BS: Yeah, I’m kind of an anomaly there, I never really fit into anybody’s box. I don’t know how I got those Grammys because I am certain there’s not a rockabilly category. They just kind of squeezed between the cracks somehow.

MR: Yeah, I think you’re right on with that. Okay, so for Rockabilly Riot! All Original, did you sit down and write these songs for the album or were these songs collecting?

BS: You know, I’m a songwriter. I sit down and I write songs. Then I decide what it’s going to be. “Is this going to be a big band record? Should I write some charts behind it? Is this going to be music for other people?” Once I wrote that first song, which was “Vinyl Records”–inspired by my daughter who collects vinyl records now–I was kind of off and running. You need that little spark. It starts a fire. Once a spark starts, you kind of get rolling. After I wrote “Vinyl Records,” I wrote a couple more and I said, “This is a rockabilly record.” Then what you want to do is not repeat too much. You don’t want twelve songs with the same beat in the same key. After you’ve written two or three that might be similar, you want to change gears a little bit. That’s kind of how I look at making a record.

MR: I love how you musically referenced Johnny Horton. I’m not sure I’ve ever heard that done before the way you set it up.

BS: [hums cadence] Yeah, it’s got that Johnny Horton “Battle Of New Orleans” beat, which is really a military drumbeat.

MR: “The Girl With The Blues In Her Eyes” is another off the beaten path song, too. I guess that speaks to your earlier point of having variety on your record.

BS: You know, I came up with that just sitting down. I played a D major chord, which any beginning guitar player can play, but instead of going to A or G, I went to D minor and went, “Oh, that’s different, I’ve never really heard that.” Then I went to the G and the G minor. It sounded really different, but it was a little Beatle-sounding to me, so I thought, “I’ve got to make that fit into the ‘billy side a little more.” I added Paul Franklin on pedal steel and my friend Mike Himelstein wrote the lyrics. He didn’t have that in the title, “The Girl With The Blues In Her Eyes.” It was in the lyrics and I went, “Oh no, Mike, that’s the title. You have to rewrite these lyrics because that’s perfect. That’s the title of the songs.”

MR: Pretty original.

BS: Yeah, I thought that was really kind of different. When you get a spark flying like that, it just starts to roll.

MR: Speaking of rolling, “Nothing Is A Sure Thing” going into “What’s Her Name?” going into “Calamity Jane” practically comes off as a little storyline.

BS: I never thought of it that way! It’s really hard to sequence a record, you know? I guess you could look at it that way.

MR: To me, it was like love sets you up for a fall with “Nothing Is A Sure Thing,” then in “What’s Her Name?” you’re looking for her, and then “Calamity Jane” seems to be the end game.

BS: [laughs] In “What’s Her Name?” I was trying to talk about a guy who really loves a girl and he pretends he’s forgotten about her but he hasn’t. He’s going to go out looking for “What’s Her Name.” For “Calamity Jane,” I was thinking of an old western saloon, really, with that bluegrass call.

MR: The images push the envelope, but musically, it’s all very rockabilly.

BS: It’s all based on rockabilly. It jumps off in different directions, but it’s definitely a rockabilly record.

MR: Let’s talk about the players on Rockabilly Riot! All Original. You have Kevin McKendree, Mark Winchester, Noah Levy… Was this a dream rockabilly band for you?

BS: They’re the best guys I could think of. Mark retired, he became a carpenter to raise his daughters. More power to him, I don’t know many guys who could really do that. He came out of the woodwork again down in Nashville. As he says, “I’m tired of playing for the tip jar.” He’s back to playing, so I said, “Mark, you’re in.” Kevin I’ve used before, he’s a rockabilly piano player. That’s his favorite. Jerry Lee Lewis is his idol, but he could also be Oscar Peterson. Then as far as a drummer, I’ve got a local guy. I just love Noah’s feel. It’s kind of swampy, it’s not rock. It’s hard to find a rockabilly drummer. You don’t want a guy that can’t swing, he’s got to be able to swing. Noah’s got that swampy feel I like. My joke is I think the only way you could make a better rockabilly record is if you got Elvis to sing it, because I’m no Elvis. But I think I hold up my end on the guitar.

MR: You do, sir! Brian, to me, you are one of the best guitar players out there. It isn’t you’re your rockabilly either. Look at The Knife Feels Like Justice, which is one of my favorite albums ever.

BS: Oh wow.

MR: I feel that you could’ve gone any musical direction you wanted. But that’s not what you wanted. Brian, do you know what made you follow–actually, create–your particular mélange of rockabilly-plus?

BS: That’s a good question. You’re right, I could’ve grown really long hair and bought a Les Paul and a Marshall and made a lot of money. [laughs] Let’s face it, rockabilly is not on the tip of everyone’s tongue. I’ve got to say, I think it chose me. My first memory of hearing rockabilly records were the ones that my dad brought back from the army. He was drafted like most men of that era and stationed in Korea. His unit had a lot of guys from the south. He didn’t talk about it too much, but he said, “I was stationed with these guys from the south, they were playing this music here and I like it.” He had a Carl Perkins record, a Johnny Cash record and an Elvis record. I said, “Wow, this Carl Perkins guy, wow! Johnny Cash, I’ve never heard of him! Jerry Lee Lewis?” Then when The Beatles came out, I heard them cover the Carl Perkins songs. The Stones did a Chuck Berry song and I went, “Oh!” You don’t want to like the same music your dad likes when you’re a kid, right? But my dad would come in whistling the song and I’d say, “How do you know this song? This is The Beatles! This is The Rolling Stones!” and he’d say, “No, it’s Johnny Cash, it’s Carl Perkins. I don’t know who these English guys are but this is Johnny Cash.” I guess that’s the first experience I had wit hit, at a very young age.”

MR: And that molded you to need to do this.

BS: I just always loved that sound and the simplicity. It paralleled the energy of punk rock except the guys really knew how to play. It just spoke to me. It’s kind of like asking a guy why he likes redheads over brunettes. You really can’t give a solid answer.

MR: When you think about that era, rockabilly does seem to infer the roots of punk, right?

BS: It really does. It parallels it. I’m telling you, our first Stray Cats gig in England, you could draw a line done the middle of the club, punks were on one side and rockabillies were on the other side and they were nudging each other, really elbowing each other like a, “piss off” kind of thing. We had drawn an equal crowd of punks and rockabillies, I’ll tell you that.

MR: Did you share the same vision of music as Slim Jim Phantom and Lee Rocker? Did you all love a similar kind of music?

BS: Well, the guys loved the music, whether they had heard it or not. I could tell you when I was playing in the corner bar with my brother on the drums, Slim Jim would come in and lean on a post. This was 1978 or ’77 and I saw a guy with a pompadour and a cowboy shirt and a pair of jeans and boots. I was saying, “Who’s this guy?” People had long hair and earth shoes on and here comes in this cowboy-looking guy with a fifties haircut. He looked like he stepped off an episode of Gunsmoke. He was just standing there with his legs crossed. One night, my brother didn’t show up, but he goes, “I’ve got my drum set in the car.” He was just waiting, you know?

MR: In those Stray Cats videos, you took on that visual perfectly. I think it happened at a time when new wave was trying to decide what it was–Euro-romantic, punky-pop, etc. So your take on new wave was unique. Do you think that added to why people liked The Stray Cats?

BS: Well, the purists hated it because my hair was too long and I didn’t have my jeans cuffed the proper length. You have that with all sorts of music–blues purists refusing anything past 1946 and so on. A lot of people didn’t like it but I think the reason it resonated and it became a hit was because A, we added something new to it, we wrote rockabilly songs–a lot of the rockabilly style is just the one, four, five blues format. We actually wrote songs. We looked cool, we mixed some genres, we threw some punk in there, we had big, crazy pompadours with lots of grease in them. It resonated with the eighties world. They didn’t care that it came from the fifties originally, we had somehow re-energized it. And I can’t say enough about Dave Edmunds making it sound brand new. We weren’t trying to sound like a fifties record, which a lot of the bands were. They wanted to sound just like a fifties record, we didn’t want that. We wanted to sound brand new. Dave Edmunds really was a big part of that for us.

MR: Speaking of production, you reunited with Peter Collins for Rockabilly Riot: All Original. What was it like getting back together with him and making a totally different album with him?

BS: He’s so good. He’s the old school of producers that want you to record direct, not overdub, no three takes. You go in there as a band and make a record. That’s how we did dirty boogie. There’s no splicing guitar solos together. If you make a mistake but the song has that magic, that track has that mistake left on it. Plus he’s such a nice, easygoing guy. It’s really a pleasure. He basically came out of retirement to make the reocrd, he doesn’t make records anymore, he did it just because he wanted to make a great rockabilly record with me.

MR: Nice. You’ve released so much vinyl, CDs and swag through Surfdog. You have quite the love affair with this label, huh.

BS: Well, it’s my manager’s label. I think we moved after Vavoom! when I was on Interscope and all that stuff mattered. I don’t know if it matters anymore. I don’t even know if people buy records…I’m so old school. But I recall asking if we could leave the label because we just couldn’t take the interference about wanting a “hit” record. I wouldn’t know what a “hit” record was if you hit me over the head with a hammer. I don’t know what that is, I just write songs. It became really tough to try and make a record because they had us redoing song after song, mixing it with different styles and things. I think eventually, we just said, “Would you just let us go and let us make our own records?” That’s when Dave Kaplan, who owns Surfdog came in. He just lets me make a record.

MR: I brought it up earlier, but what are your thoughts about The Knife Feels Like Justice these days? I believe it was a really great record that somehow just slipped under the radar.

BS: Man, I think there’s some really good stuff on there. I think I probably sounded too much like what was going on at the time. I moved too far away from rockabilly. I probably should’ve stayed a little closer, but you know, it almost hit. Do you remember AOR and CHR?

MR: Oh yeah.

BS: A lot of people won’t. Album-Oriented Radio and Contemporary Hit Radio. I think it was number one AOR and it came that close to jumping and the record company, EMI, just kind of jumped ship. They said, “Ah, we’ve done all we could.” Looking back on it, musically, I like a lot of it. Some of it I think is kind of overdone, with the big eighties drum sounds. But there’s still some good songs on that record.

MR: Yeah, that title track is great pop-rock, and it had “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” and “Radiation Ranch”…

BS: Oh yeah, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” is a good one, isn’t it? [hums]

MR: Ya! I have to ask you my traditional question. What advice do you have for new artists?

BS: You just have to do what you want to do or you won’t be happy, I don’t think. Things come and go so quick, you have to do what you want to do. That’s the first thing. At the risk of sounding like an old guy, it really helps when you bear down on your instrument and learn how to read some music. It just connects the dots for you. I know most people don’t read music, but if you have the patience to try and learn a little bit of reading, you can really connect a lot of the dots. I find that players come to me and ask, “How do you do that? How did you think of that?” I say, “Well, look at it this way. It’s because I learned how to read and write music that those thoughts come into my head.” I think that’s the best advice I could give, really.

MR: It’s unfortunate that nowadays, music education programs in schools have had their budgets slashed or the departments have been completely eliminated.

BS: I know, I know. I’m so lucky, I remember besides band class, we would have music class where they would roll in an old cart with an organ on it and we’d learn “The Erie Canal” song and old American songs I sing today that these little old ladies put their time into. It means so much. I’ll sing an old American folk song or something and my daughters will look at me and go, “What’s that?” I’ll think, “That’s right, you guys don’t have that.” It really is a shame that it’s gone.

MR: I had a similar experience with the little old lady. Or school’s music teacher humped portable organ to every class.

BS: Yeah, God bless those little old ladies, right? I’d say, “I’ve got a mule, her name is Sal, fifteen miles on the Erie Canal,” and my daughters will say, “That’s cool, what is that?” You don’t know “The Erie Canal” song? They don’t! How could they? You’re not going to hear that on Pandora.

MR: [laughs] Is your family going to continue the Setzer music tradition or do they have other goals?

BS: I think the buck stops with me. [laughs] I think I’m the anomaly. My elder daughter is going to college, she’ll be interested in photography and things. The little one is interested in cooking and nutrition. Not just cooking food, but what goes in it. She’s got that thing going. My son is doing his own thing and it’s not musical. I kind of feel like what I’d like to do is just touch someone and say, “Here’s everything I’ve learned,” but it’s not that easy. Probably what I’ll wind up doing is giving some lessons one day, I don’t know if it’ll be over the internet or teaching classes. People have asked me to teach what they call a master class where I go and show people things. That’s probably where I’m going to be headed one day. I wish I could just touch someone who likes my playing on the shoulder and say, “Here’s all I’ve got,” and boom, they’ve got it.

MR: Passing the torch.

BS: Yeah, it would be kind of nice to teach a little bit of it, because people ask me a lot. But I’m not quite ready for it.

MR: Brian, the problem is going to be that nobody is doing what you do, so it’s going to be hard to reach your level of heart-meets-feel-meets-proficiency.

BS: [laughs] Well, I can’t describe what I do, it’s just what comes out. There’ll be more great guitarists coming. There are plenty of great players around. I like to think I’ve got my own style and when people hear me or hear the radio, they say, “Oh, that’s Brian Setzer.” That was always the goal.

MR: Hey, the last time I saw you, you were singing the national anthem at a Yankees game. Are you signed up to do that again?

BS: Oh my God, you saw that?

MR: [laughs] I was the one yelling “Brian!” and you pointed towards me..or at least that’s how I delusionally remember it.

BS: Oh, my gosh, I do recall that! See, one summer, I just got it under my craw that I wanted to sing the national anthem. I think I did it at about five or six stadiums. It was a hoot. They always let me bring my guitar on and I’d do my doo-wop version of the national anthem. I think it was kind of a passing thing. If they asked me again locally, I suppose I could do it.

MR: Come on, it’s time already!

BS: No, it’s not time for that yet. [laughs] I still have a lot of rockin’ left, I’ve still got touring, but I think the next thing will be teaching. I think I’d rather watch the baseball game.

MR: Okay, ’til then, we’ll have to just imagine a rockabilly national anthem.

BS: You’ve got it, my man.

MR: I was just about to ask you what you’re doing in the future. You sort of just covered it, but what else do you want to get done?

BS: I won’t know until it hits me over the head. I can’t say, “Well, my next record is going to be a bossanova record. It has to hit me, so I don’t know. In my spare time, I just do really dumb guy things. I love my dogs–I guess that’s not dumb. I like to go to ball games. I’m trying to keep sort of fit. I’ve got my daughters who are college age. In my spare time, I’m not going to fashion model events or unique parties or anything like that. I’ve never liked any of that kind of stuff, so I just kind of do what everybody else does.

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A Conversation with The Empty Hearts’ Elliot Easton

Mike Ragogna: Elliot, after listening to the new project, I would argue that your new group should be called The Whole Hearts, not The Empty Hearts.

Elliot Easton: [laughs] Well, our hearts are full as far as making the music. And you’ll have to ask Steven Van Zandt about the name, he came up with it.

MR: What’s the story behind this group?

EE: Basically, it comes from a friendship between Andy Babiuk, bass player, and Steven. Andy was previously in a band called The Chesterfield Kings that was on Little Steven’s Underground Garage label. They appeared on an episode of Sopranos, they’ve been friends for quite a while. Andy has done some music consultation work for David Chase for Not Fade Away and things like that. So they’re pals. Steven is just one of those guys that likes to come up with cool band names. When it came time for a name, he gave us a list and said, “Why don’t you pick one of these?” We went through his list and we liked The Empty Hearts. It came about like most things, through friends.

MR: Speaking of friends, Empty Hearts is a merging of talent from The Cars, Blondie, Romantics, The Chesterfield Kings…

EE: Yeah, yeah. To us, it’s very natural, we’re all friends, we all have admired each others’ work through the years, it’s a great situation, it’s a nice, fresh beginning. It’s just been really pleasurable, it’s been fun. That’s really what it’s all about. Hopefully that comes through in the grooves, not that there’s grooves anymore, but you know what I mean.

MR: The virtual groove.

EE: The grooves in the rhythm.

MR: What was the studio experience like and how did it progress from all these talents coming together?

EE: Andy just had this idea, “Wouldn’t it be fun to have a band with friends?” Maybe he’d come to some kind of a crossroads with his band and wanted to just have fun playing music again and we all felt similarly. He just called me. It seemed like an off the wall thing, a little dubious that it would actually happen. He said, “I’ve got this idea for a band, Clem [Burke] would play drums and Wally [Palmar] would be singing, what do you think about playing guitar in it?” At that point, it didn’t cost me anything to say yes because I didn’t know if it was going to happen or not, so I said, “Yeah, sure, if you get it together count me in,” ’cause I wasn’t doing much. Andy is quite a guy, he did get it together, he’s a really hard worker and a great organizer and he put the thing together and got everybody on board. We went up to Rochester New York where his studio is, he’s got a warehouse kind of studio set up. Two of us live in LA, Clem and I, two of us live out of town, Wally in the Detroit area and Andy in Rochester. For writing the songs, Andy and Wally got together a bit on their own, and they came out to California and we rented a rehearsal place. I showed them some ideas and some songs that I had incubating for a while, we recorded that stuff informally, Wally went away and worked on the lyrics and stuff like that, it was a very organic process, we just jammed on ideas and hammered some songs together, then we went up to Rochester and the great Ed Stasium engineered and produced it. People who don’t know his work would certainly have heard it, he did most of the Ramones records.

I first worked with Ed in the mid-eighties on the Lights Out record from Peter Wolf, J. Geils’ lead singer. It’s great to have him around. We all go back like thirty years or more. Then we got the bright idea, since we don’t have a keyboard player of getting Ian McLagan from The Faces and The Small Faces and The Rolling Stones to play keyboards. So he was up for the idea, he came up to Rochester and played Hammond organ and Wurlitzer electric piano, real rock ‘n’ roll keyboards and that was a great little addition to the sound. It’s just kind of taken on a life of its own, moving forward in one direction, all of us. And here I am talking to you, it’s very exciting. Musicians are notorious for discussing things that never come to fruition over a couple of drinks, “Hey man, let’s do something together” and then the next day it’s all forgotten–probably like in most business, you know what I mean? “We’ve got to do something together, we’ve got to collaborate,” whatever, and then the next morning it’s like, “What? Did that conversation really exist?” So it was really great to actually see this thing follow through to fruition and have a really nice record done, have it coming out in August, it’s great. It’s really fun.

MR: I see that Empty Hearts has a track called “Fill An Empty Heart,” I’m guessing a play on the group name. All this Empty Heart-edness!

EE: [laughs] Yeah, as far as the line or the title “Fill An Empty Heart,” that was something Wally came up with. Maybe it was inspired by the band name. I can’t remember the sequence because he wrote lyrics on his own, but I just think it’s a cool name, I don’t think Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers are out to break anybody’s heart. I don’t know that The Empty Hearts really feel that their hearts are empty. It’s just a name. [laughs]

MR: Yeah, I’ve beaten that joke into the ground, sorry.

EE: [laughs] Well, that’s what fans like to do, isn’t it?

MR: Exactly! [laughs] This is pretty much a party record. Do you think that’s indicative of how good of a time you guys were having in the studio or maybe how creatively you guys were bouncing ideas off each other?

EE: I think both. I think it’s indicative of how we were having a great time. We’ve been having a great time every time we get together whether it’s to be in the studio or to write a song or to do a photo session, we’re always laughing and having a good time with it. That’s the whole point of the thing, to enjoy making music and have a good time making music. As I said before, I do think it comes through in the music that we were enjoying ourselves. That’s not contrived, that’s just the sound of four guys having a blast.

MR: Elliot, in my opinion, The Cars left a nice musical legacy. Remember when people used certain albums to test stereo systems? I can remember The Cars’ first album being a test record during that era.

EE: That’s very nice, thank you. I’m really proud of the work we accomplished. That first record took all of twenty-one days to make. It took twelve days to record in England and nine days to mix, just a song a day and we were done in three weeks. That was winter of ’77. It’s pretty amazing. It’s great to have been a part of that.

MR: Although you first broke hugely in the seventies, The Cars is one of the iconic groups that comes up when one talks about music of the eighties.

EE: Yeah, for better or for worse, I guess, huh? [laughs] It’s a much-maligned decade. I don’t know why. I think the seventies were a lot lamer, but we always joke… My wife and I were talking about the eighties and the shoulder pads and the clothes and the funny hair, some of those bands were just “haircut bands.”

MR: Yeah, especially a lot of the Europop dance groups. Elliot, you were part of Creedence Clearwater Revisited, how did that come together?

EE: Like so many things in this business, it just comes through friends. I had a buddy who worked at Atlantic Records who knew Stu Cook from Creedence. We discovered that Stu lived five minutes away from me out here in Calabasas at the time, so we got together and had some lunch. On Stu and Doug [Clifford’s] fiftieth birthday they got together and had a little party together and they decided they wanted to play music again. I’d been hanging out with Stu and he knew that I was a big fan and had played those songs in high school and stuff like that, so he said, “How about Elliot?” I was their first choice of guitar. In fact, we auditioned singers at my home studio here in southern California. I ended up doing that for eleven years. I’ve done a lot of fun things. I’ve played with Brian Wilson on his first solo record and I did some shows with him. I did a little touring with Hall & Oates back in the nineties, a lot of session stuff, I just try to keep busy.

MR: Yeah including The New Cars, which I enjoyed as a kind of Todd Rundgrens’ Utopia meets The Cars.

EE: Well thank you! That was a very enjoyable project. It was like Greg [Hawkes] and I from The Cars and Todd [Rundgren] and Prairie [Prince] and Kasim [Sulton]. Greg used to call it “Autopia,” because it was half Utopia, half Cars.

MR: You were also part of the No Cats project with Lee Rocker.

EE: Oh yeah! That’s right!

MR: Yes, sir, you’ve played on quite a few projects.

EE: A bunch of sessions over the years, it’s true.

MR: And you released that solo album Change No Change. Why no follow up to that?

EE: Well, again, I wasn’t trying to have a solo career or anything like that, it was just something that naturally grew out. I started getting together regularly with a friend of mine, Jules Shear. We found we enjoyed writing songs together, he’d come over my house with his acoustic guitar and I’d show him some ideas and he’d help me flesh them out, he’s such a great songwriter, we ended up writing a batch of songs and then he was like, “What are we going to do with these songs?” They weren’t purpose-written for an Elliot Easton solo record or anything like that, we were just writing songs for the joy of it. I said, “What are we going to do with these?” and he said, “Why don’t you sing them?” I don’t remember exactly what I said but I’m sure I thought to myself, “I’m not a lead singer!” And I’m not! I wouldn’t mind hearing those songs sung by a good singer.

MR: Dude, they’re perfectly fine, don’t you think?

EE: They’re okay. It was an enjoyable thing to do, but to be perfectly honest I think self-awareness is important. It’s important to know your abilities and it’s also important to know your limitations. I think they both define who you are as a person and an artist or whatever. To be completely honest about it, I’ve always found for myself that I really shine in a supportive role. I enjoy it more, I’ve never really sought out to be center stage, that’s not necessarily my thing, but what I love to do is to take a piece of music or be part of creating a piece of music and give it that lift that sends it over the top, whether it’s those solos that people seem to like from Cars records or whatever it may be. I think that’s my little gift, just being able to come up with hooks and solos and cool parts and take a great song and make it into a great record, which are two different things, really.

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

EE: Very good question. How would I answer that… For one thing, I’d say save your money. I’m not trying to be funny or facetious. There’s a feeling that you can lapse into when you achieve this great success and it’s thinking that it’s going to last forever. Nothing does. It doesn’t matter if you’re Nick Cave or The Cars or whoever. I would advise a young musician to think about the future and to write music. Don’t get involved in drugs if you can possibly avoid it. Drugs and alcohol are kind of a dead end. It stifles creativity and shortens your life and adds misery to it. Those are some of the big ones. And above all, have fun, because if you’re not having fun, then you’re doing it wrong.

MR: That’s beautiful, that’s really a great answer. And speaking of having fun, are you still loving your Tikibird?

EE: My Gibson? Oh yeah, it’s a blast. I love that guitar! I’ll be playing it a lot with The Empty Hearts. I’ve been very blessed in my life, I was one of those kids that used to write away to guitar companies for catalogs. I still am, but even at ten, eleven, twelve years old I was so guitar crazy. You just can’t imagine how nuts I was over guitars. I was one of those guys who used to bring catalogs to school and hide them behind my textbooks. I knew every model. If you would’ve told me back then that I’d have five or six different signature models through the years and guitar companies would approach me to design guitars for them I would’ve just laughed you out of the room. At this point I’ve done two for Gibson, a Martin acoustic, a Gretsch and a Kramer in the eighties. I’ve had like five signature model guitars. It’s an honor to have the signature model guitar, but in a more philosophical way I just feel so blessed to be considered a part of the guitar community and the musical community and to have my opinion valued by people like that who think that I would be able to contribute something to the world of guitars beyond just playing music is really flattering. It’s a great payoff to all of my misspent youth staring at catalogs and memorizing specs. I could’ve told you every bit of copy in the 1966 Gibson catalog. Every serial number. I was just crazed for that stuff. To this day, when the Brown truck comes and a new guitar gets delivered to the door, it’s like Christmas. I haven’t become jaded about that or anything. I still love it.

MR: Beautiful. Will The Empty Hearts be touring to support the album?

EE: Oh yes, we’ll absolutely be touring. It’s kind of toured around from what it used to be. In the eighties we used to make records and then we’d tour to promote the record, but I think it’s flip-flopped now. You want to tour so you can make a record. But definitely one of the main goals of the band has been all along to get out there and play live. Once the record comes out in August I expect we’ll be getting out as much as possible. It’s definitely one of our goals.

MR: What’s the future hold for you, you know, since you could be teaming up with literally anyone at literally any time.

EE: [laughs] My tastes are pretty eclectic, I think I’ve got a pretty deep well to draw from in terms of influences and stuff like that. I don’t know… A year or two ago, I had a mid-century crisis, so I did The Tiki Gods. That was exotica, lounge, Les Baxter sort of stuff. I wouldn’t consider myself a jazz musician but I enjoy tackling most other forms. I like to play a bit of jazz, I just don’t consider myself a jazz musician.

MR: Is there something you want to conquer that you haven’t attempted yet?

EE: Well, I’m kind of doing it. It’s great to be in a band where both my playing ability and my writing ability is welcomed and we’re all writing songs together. It’s a nice collective, I would say this is one of those moments where I am achieving something I would love to achieve. I’m just kind of enjoying this one right now. I never know what the future will bring though.

Transcribed by Galen Hawthorne

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A Conversation with The Psycho Sisters’ Vicki Peterson and Susan Cowsill

Mike Ragogna: Finally, after twenty-two years in the making, The Psycho Sisters’ album Up On The Chair Beatrice is released. So was there at least a teensy respite between when the recording started and finished?

Susan Cowsill: Well, about two of those twenty-two years. We actually started this process in the Spring of 2012. [laughs]

MR: So what is this twenty-two years stuff? Is that when you were starting to create the material for this?

Vicki Peterson: Yes, it was. We started writing it twenty-two years ago, and did a couple of demo-type recordings. We recorded a forty-five, which actually exists out there in the world and we did do one session with Kevin Salem recording a few of these songs for fun, with no thought of releasing that or anything.

MR: How far back does your friendship go? What’s the origin story of said Psycho Sisters?

VP: I’ll give you the quick chronology. We met in 1978, but really became lifelong friends around 1988.

SC: Wasn’t it ’85? My mom was dying.

VP: No, it was after that.

SC: Huh. I believe her, she’s the smart one.

VP: It was around when we were making that last Bangles record.

SC: Right, I remember now. But the “in the making” thing is that we fully intended every single day of every single year to make the record. We wrote all these songs and every day we said, “We’ve got to make this record,” and every day we didn’t, so that’s in the making, isn’t it?

VP: That’s totally in the making.

MR: That’s pretty cool. But both of you have been working with your other groups and affiliations. Do you think those projects got in the way of finishing this record?

SC: Well, sure. Life gets in the way of life, every minute. You can quote me on that. We’re best friends and we’re sisters and it leads to this, “Oh, we’ll just do it later,” kind of thing.

VP: I’m the kind of person who would fret about, “We’re never going to make the Psycho record are we. It’s just never going to happen, we’ll never do it,” and Susan would say, “It’ll happen when it’s supposed to happen.” She was very Zen about it and I think in the end she’s absolutely right.

SC: She’s the smart one, I’m the Zen one.

VP: That being said, nothing does happen until you decide that it’s going to happen. It really wasn’t until V and I both said, “Hey. Let’s get ‘er done.”

MR: Finally, after everything that’s gone into it, the time devoted to it, how do you view this Psycho Sisters project in the end?

VP: I think it’s a very happy completed circle of something that has existed for a long time. I think Susan has said before that these songs deserved their day. That’s one of the reasons we didn’t just say, “Oh forget all that, let’s just write all new stuff.” We really decided, “No, these songs existed for a reason, we’ve never given them a chance to be heard. I also believed firmly that the first time you hear a piece of music, it’s brand new. It’s brand new to the listener. We didn’t shape these songs in any particular way sonically, we didn’t say, “Okay, we want these songs to sound as if they’re twenty years old.” Some people react to it and say, “Wow, it sounds like the nineties,” and I’m not quite sure what that means.

SC: [laughs] I don’t either! I’ve been reading that, too.

VP: But that being said, that might just be an implied thing because we’re acknowledging the fact that that’s when they were written and created originally.

SC: The truth of the matter is that they are. I wonder if people didn’t know it took twenty-two years.

VP: Yeah, that’s what I’m wondering; if they all thought this was completely brand new material would they still all have that resonance? But to us it’s a beautiful thing to say, “Okay, we have done this.” It’s as if you were working on a novel for twelve years and you finally get to a point where you say, “Okay, I’m ready to have this read by the world.”

SC: For me, it’s interesting because through the years as an artist you’re creating content and whether you want to or not it’s just one of the evil aspects of being an artist is this little creature lives in your head and says, “Is this viable? Is anybody going to want to hear this? What is the point of this?” I really put a big mute button on that guy because he bugs me. I don’t think art is something we should judge. It’s like judging somebody’s emotions. That being said, these songs aren’t rocket science, they aren’t going to save the planet, but they are where we were at that time. Preserving an emotion and a moment in time and like Vick said I said, giving it its due. So when I’m listening to it I say, “I remember that,” and “Oh wow, how cute,” or “Aw, how sad, poor her.” It’s like looking at a scrapbook.

VP: A scrapbook of former relationships as well, because many of these stories are based on people we used to date.

SC: Oh God, some of them are dead!

VP: Oh, yeah, there’s that too. Some of them are dead! [laughs] Oh, well.

SC: [laughs]

MR: Are there a couple of stories on this record that are particularly endearing to you?

VP: We’re both still laughing.

SC: Wait! I want to know what you’re laughing about. What story are you laughing about?

VP: Oh God, there are several. Here’s a safe one. It’s the song “Heather Says.” The reason that is a favorite of mine is that this song goes back to when both Susan and I were eleven years old. Susan was recording this song, I was at home trying to figure it out on guitar. For my little fingers and my little brain at that time it was a mindbender. I couldn’t wrap my head around where those changes were going.

SC: It was pretty sophisticated.

VP: It was confusing to me. It was one of those songs that I always wanted to master and I think all these years later I can finally play this bloody thing without making a mistake. It’s also this funny thing where when that was recorded in 1971 it was a familiar story to any young girl, the schoolyard bully, the person who commanded attention and obedience from her classmates. Now it’s much, much more topical because the whole idea of bullying young children is much more discussed and not something that is just dealt with on an individual basis. We talk about it now.

MR: I have a kid, and I had to have him switch schools to keep him away from bullies. But in the beginning, I admit that I was one of those people who said, “Oh, it’s just one of those things that kids have to go through.” It’s so out of hand now.

VP: It is so out of hand. Maybe it’s gotten worse, but at least we’re paying attention now.

SC: I think it probably always has been going on, just like any less-than-charming aspect of a human being that’s been going on forever but now we’re more educated, aware of it, and look for solutions to it. That’s a lot heavier than what I was going to say! [laughs]

VP: What were you going to say?

SC: Oh, no, no, no, I wouldn’t want to sully this conversation!

MR: [laughs] Susan, what is your favorite song?

SC: I always find “Timberline” to be a rather amusing story.

VP: Ooh, “Timberline,” that is a good one.

SC: It is a good one. Really “Timberline” never even existed until one afternoon when I was in this bad relationship. I needed to get out of the house I was in because the person I was with just wasn’t cool and I needed to get out immediately. Vicki had just come out of a relationship where she had a wonderful fiancé–I say “wonderful” now but he was a pain in the ass. But I loved him. His name was Bobby and unfortunately, Bobby passed away from which cancer, Vicki?

VP: Leukemia.

SC: He had Leukemia and he had passed away recently and I was in a pickle at my house because I was staying with this person that I shouldn’t have been in a relationship with. I called Vick and I said, “I’ve got to get out of here and I have to have a story,” because he liked her. I don’t know whose idea it was but we concocted that Vicki was ready to spread the ashes of her fiancé and I had to run immediately to be with her, we have to go up to Big Bear like now. That was all a lie. We took him with us, just to make it half true, did we not?

VP: We did.

SC: We took the box with us. We drove up to Big Bear and we stayed in a cabin–was it called Timberline?

VP: No, no, we made that up.

SC: Okay, cool. We did go to Big Bear, we did keep the ashes of her fiancé in the car with us because we’re both catholic and we stayed in a cabin up there, just chilled our heels and I did a little bit of thinking about what I should do about this relationship/non-relationship. In the process, we wrote “Timberline.”

VP: We also brought the Ouija board.

SC: Yeah, we brought the Ouija board because we had some recent dead people.

VP: We talked to them!

SC: We did! In fact a lot of the lines of “Timberline” are from the Ouija board. So yeah, “Timberline” came out of absolute desperation. I think we stayed longer than we said we would and I told him, “We’re writing, we’re being creative, it’s helping her move through grief.” It was all a pile of s**t.

VP: It was one of the first songs that we wrote together, as well.

SC: That’s true.

MR: Susan, you had another family member pass recently. Are you okay?

SC: Yes, I’m very okay.

VP: We’re putting a big pause in the brothers going.

SC: There’s been a twenty-five year moratorium declared by my brother Bob.

VP: Thank you, I appreciate that.

SC: No problem. Richard did just pass on July 8th, but yeah, I’m okay. The alternative is to not be okay and I find that tends to be a waste of energy and rude to the universe and God, to remain in a perpetual state of “not okay.” I’m certainly allowing myself, in the time that it is, to be as sad as I am, but I’m certainly going to be okay, and Richard was okay. Richard felt he had done everything that he needed to do and he was ready to rock. That being said, our age group says we should all be around hanging out with each other and we’re not. I can’t control the universe and what it does, so the only thing I’m in control of is myself. That’s all any of us has. We’re all okay, in fact I’m fairly glad for him because he was in a rough spot.

MR: I was lucky enough to see all of The Cowsills–well, your mom had already passed–but I saw you guys at the El Rey in 1999 or 2000. Shirley Jones was there as the substitute mom, I guess.

VP: She’s the other mom.

SC: That was the last time we were all together.

MR: Wow. So speaking of family, Vicki and Susan truly are close sisters-in-law, psycho or otherwise, huh.

VP: We truly are. I can say that for our name… We absolutely own it, live up to it, nurture it, and it gets more authentic every day.

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

VP: Yikes.

SC: Run away! [laughs]

VP: I don’t know that there’s any advice I can give because I think most young artists who are coming up today who really want to do this thing have every tool at their command to take it as far as they can. There’s so much available now that wasn’t available when Susan and I were first starting this, either individually or in different groups, because there’s so many different ways to get your music out there. That being said, it’s in some ways more complicated and difficult because of the fact that everybody can get their music and there are no gatekeepers anymore, there are very few to filter things through. I say if you really want to do this, put your heart and soul and energy every day into it and figure out what you really want to do and who you really want to reach and then just go for it. But it ain’t easy, baby.

SC: I agree with everything my sister just said, but I would add to it that I concur, we are in a different time, we have eight hundred thousand more options but we also have that many more people on the planet and creative, beautiful, artistically-talented, should-be-heard young people. It’s a bigger, bigger world, making it harder to be individualized and heard in that way so do everything she said but bottom line? Do it because you love it. That’s what you’re really going to end up with the most gratification from is making the music because you have to, you need to, it’s what you love, it’s how you feel yourself and how you express yourself. Do it because of that first. Then you’ve got a shot at the rest of it following. If you’re doing it just to get famous or rich or noticed or whatever those things are, you’ll never be satisfied, even if you get that. It’s a heart moment. You’ve got to love what you do. It’s a long road.

MR: Futuristic social media and technology aside, are the basics of that what you would have told both of yourselves way back when, also?

VP: Yes.

SC: Yes.

VP: The lesson I keep thinking to tell younger Vicki is, “Really trust your instincts.” It’s something I went along with for a long, long time and a few times disregarded to my own detriment, I believe. I think listening to your instincts, and that includes what Susan was saying about following your heart and doing things because you love them, that is your truest path and that’s what will get you where you need to go, whether that means you’re top of the pops or not. It may not be, but it’s going to be where you’re supposed to go.

Transcribed by Galen Hawthorne

INTRODUCING DOUG SEEGERS

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photo courtesy Rounder Records

According to Doug Seegers…

“Maikng this record was a dream come true for me. We made it in 3 days and I was worried at first that I would not have much input. But everyone listened to what I had to say and allowed me to make the record that really represented my vision.”

According to Will Kimbrough…

“Doug is the real deal. Over and over, he sat down at the microphone and casually blew us all away with his songs, his voice, his guitar. The artists who is totally prepared and confident and knows exactly what he wants in the studio is rare enough. To learn Doug’s story makes it like some sort of miracle. But it’s no fluke; Doug’s simply played and sung every day, whether it was on the street or in a fancy studio. He has to do it. He’s the real deal.”

“POP UR HEART OUT” WITH SALME DAHLSTROM’S REMIX BY SPEKRFREKS

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photo credit: Bryce Prevatt

According to Salme Dahlstrom…

“I play all of the instruments, program, produce, edit and mix it all myself,” Salme Dahlstrom says of her creative process. “Except for a couple of guest vocalists, I did that too, the singing, that is!”

According to Salme Dahlstrom’s peeps…

“The Wall Street Journal recently dubbed Dahlstrom a ‘music licensing queen’ when, like Moby before her, she managed to license every track from her 2008 album The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade to various major companies and television programs. At the time, she was not only just getting noticed, she was just getting started.”


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