Reviews 2010
Hawaii Five-O 2010: Aloha On Auto Pilot
Written by Will “the Thrill” Viharo   

Hawaii Five-OWill “the Thrill” Viharo reviews CBS's 2.0 reboot of the classic TV cop show, Hawaii Five-O, starring Aussie actor Alex O'Loughlin as McGarrett, Scott Caan (son of James) as Danny “Danno” Williams. Is this seasons most anticipated new series worth the hype or should they “Book ‘em, Danno?”

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George Gee & the Jump, Jivin' Wailers Swing Orchestra - If Dreams Come True
Written by Frankie Hagan   

George Gee Swing OrchestraAs a freshman at Carnegie Mellon University, George Gee had a dream of leading his own big band in the tradition of his musical hero Count Basie. With his original Make-Believe Ballroom Orchestra, George set out to make that dream an inspired reality. After great performance and recording success, George Gee's latest album If Dreams Come True, is the further evolution of that clear, uncompromising vision.

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His-Panic Stomp Girls 2010
Written by Salvador Ortega   

His-panic Stomp Girls 2010Mention “rockabilly” to most people not involved in the scene and you may get references to ‘80s rockers the Stray Cats, hot rods and tattoos. What surprises many people is the large number of Latinos involved in the scene. Not just in the Southwest, but as far north as my native Chicago, you will find Latinos embracing rockabilly music and style with their own take on the sub-culture. No element of the sub-culture shows the extensive Latino influence of the rockabilly scene like the music. His-Panic Stomp Girls 2010 is a wonderful introduction to the music of Latino Rockabilly.

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Elvis on Tour: Long Live The King
Written by Will “the Thrill” Viharo   

Elvis on TourReleased theatrically in 1972 and finally making its long-delayed DVD and Blu-Ray debut Tuesday, August 3, the documentary Elvis on Tour was The King’s 33rd and final film – and sadly, it shows. Throughout this ambitious chronicle of a grueling 15 night/15 city tour (primarily of the Southeastern United States), Elvis appears shockingly pale and sweaty, his face bloated (though his physique is lean and looks great in an arresting array of his trademark bejeweled jumpsuits), his speech often slurred, and his unique singing voice, while still powerful, was not quite up to his own lofty standards, as redefined two years earlier in Elvis: That’s the Way It Is, which expertly documented his triumphant return to live performing in Las Vegas (and, contrary to the marketing hyperbole surrounding this DVD release, was at least equally revelatory and intimate with its subject).

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Little Fats & Swingin 'Hot Shot Party - Fat Trick
Written by Frankie Hagan   

Little Fats & Swingin' Hot Shot PartyFat Trick by Little Fats & Swingin' Hot Shot Party is explosive, rambunctious, infectious, giddy, and directly in your face like a close talker or a far too rich dessert. Part neo swing, gypsy & dixieland jazz, with perhaps just a splash of Spike Jones all wrapped up for you neatly in a package.

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