Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954-1975. Blu-ray 8-disc set $275.99. Reader Reward Price $248.39. Criterion. In 1954, a beast came out of the sea, destroying everything in its path — and changing movies forever. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling and international appeal of an iconic giant monster. This set features numerous interviews, commentary, trailers and a lavishly illustrated deluxe hardcover book. (November)
Downton Abbey: The Complete Collection. DVD 22-disc set $83.99. Reader Reward Price $75.59. Enjoy all six seasons of the multi-award winning hit series in this boxed set, which offers all of the splendour and romance, desire and heartbreak, scandal and rumour that Downton Abbey viewers across the globe have grown to love. Featuring all fifty-three episodes and over five hours of brand new bonus material, this is the perfect collection for every Downton Abbey fan. (April)
Twin Peaks: The Television Collection. Directed by David Lynch & others. Blu-ray 15-disc set $99.99. eader Reward Price $89.99. For the first time, every Twin Peaks episode is all in one place. Included are all twenty-nine episodes of the original two seasons, along with all eighteen parts of the return to Twin Peaks that captivated audiences twenty-five years later. This set also includes many behind-the-scenes special features. So grab a cup of coffee, a slice of cherry pie and experience the legendary mystery… again and again! (October)Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, movies
Music lover on your list? Then surely we have an album or two for them this year — check out our recommended albums for the 2019 holiday season below!
The Good Lovelies: Evergreen. CD $14.99. LP $22.99. Reader Reward Card Applies. It's been ten years, and ten Christmas tours since Toronto's The Good Lovelies released their album Under The Mistletoe. In celebration, they decided to capture many of the songs they have been performing over the past ten years on this brand new collection, "Evergreen." Included are three new original songs as well as some familiar chestnuts like "O Holy Night," "Please Come Home For Christmas" and more. (November)
Leon Redbone: Christmas Island. CD $18.99. Reader Reward Price $17.09. Out-of-print for many years, this European re-release of the enigmatic Leon Redbone's 1988 Christmas album comes just a few months after we lost him. Only one week later, Leon's longtime friend Dr. John also said goodbye. The two purveyors of folk, blues, jazz and Tin Pan Alley hook up on this album’s seasonal favourite, "Frosty the Snowman." The whole album is a pleasant mixture of Christmas songs, all in the typically unique Redbone style. (October)
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Get yourself prepared with our annual holiday catalogue, Books of the Season, which features the best books, music, toys, games, and gifts for everyone on your list.
Pick up a free copy of the catalogue in any of our bookstores, or read it online right now >>>Categories: Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter
The Highwomen. The Highwomen. CD $17.99. RRC Price $16.19. Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby make up the Highwomen — an all-female supergroup that is ready to challenge country music's gender barriers with their self-titled debut album. Morris says, “I love that we have songs on this album about shattering female stereotypes to a gay country love song, and songs about losing loved ones,” says Morris. “It’s all real and it’s all country.” (Elektra/ Atlantic. September)
Sheryl Crow. Threads. CD $14.99. LP $26.99. RRC applies. “I became inspired to record an album of musical experiences with the legacy artists who inspired me to want to be a great songwriter, musician, and producer. [...] Just as importantly, I wanted to work with younger artists on this record, who I believe will pick up the torch and continue to light the way [...]” - Sheryl Crow. Collaborators include Keith Richards, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt & Mavis Staples, Stevie Nicks, Johnny Cash & others. (Universal. September)
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Norah Jones. Begin Again. CD $10.99. LP $17.99. RRC applies. Last year, Jones quietly returned to the studio with the sole intent of following her muse down creative pathways without any expectations. Revelling in the joy of music-making with a true spirit of openness, Jones got together with various friends for brief, largely-improvised sessions to collaborate and experiment. The singles Jones began releasing last summer ran the gamut from riveting electronic experiments to starkly acoustic folk ballads to organ-and-horn drenched soul songs. (Blue Note. April)
The Strumbellas. Rattlesnake. CD $11.99. LP $21.99. RRC applies. Rattlesnake marks a stylistic turn from their melancholy, introspective releases, to an uplifting album with songs that focus more on optimism. The album, recorded on the band's home turf in Kingston and Toronto, is a musical step forward from the to-the-rafters scrappy folk aesthetic of their earlier work. The nine-track body of work is the sunny side of the street follow-up to The Strumbellas’ third album, Hope, which featured the hit single ‘Spirits’. (Glassnote. April)
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