To salute the last ten years of epic Sailor Jerry action, a short film has been created of never-seen-before archived footage from legendary Sailor Jerry Presents gigs, events and backyard barbecues over the years, all set to the iconic 1979 punk track Where Eagles Dare by The Misfits.
Like Sailor Jerry himself, The Misfits are independent spirits united in the fierce protection of their legacy. They have never before allowed their work to be used commercially, until now, testament to the band’s shared ethos with Norman 'Sailor Jerry' Collins himself. The exhilarating two-minute short film is an assault on the senses combining the past ten years of action-packed Sailor Jerry moments with historic WWII-era Honolulu material taken from the Hori Smoku documentary on the life and times of the legend himself, Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins.
TheFloatingRumShack.com recommends a glass of Sailor Jerry rum in whatever serve floats your boat the most (and I’m quite happy with it over ice for the most part) – kick back and enjoy the ride!
And if this whets your appetite – then check out the Sailor Jerry YouTube page where you’ll find lots of great videos – a number of which were recorded at Hotel Street last summer. http://www.youtube.com/user/SailorJerryUK?feature=watch
Find about more about what makes Sailor Jerry tick, where it came from and what it represents at their website: http://sailorjerry.com/uk/the-rum/ - worth spending a bit of time on this slick and well presented, but info heavy website.
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