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Savoy Brown - You Should Have Been There - Feat...
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(Panache Records) 6 Tracks (59:19) - Digisleeve - Blues Rock vom Feinsten. Live in Vancouver, Kanada aufgenommen, wurden die Songs ursprünglich bereits 2004 erstmals in limitierter Auflage veröffentlicht. Das Album enthält wunderbare Konzertversionen der klassischen Savoy Brown-Songs Hellbound Train, Street Corner Talking und Poor Girl. Neben diesen Tracks hören wir Kim Simmonds als Meister-Gitarristen ausgedehnt auf dem Blues-Song Where Has Your Heart Gone, ein elfminütiger Opus! Diese CD ist eine Empfehlung für neue und alte Fans gleichermaßen.

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Stand: 25.04.2019
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Woody Pines - Woody Pines (LP)
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(Muddy Roots) 11 tracks (31:19) - Billed as a purveyor of ´country blues, rag time, and viper jazz,´ Woody Pines is that and more. He’s also a purveyor of fine original songs that draw on those traditions and others as well: ´his Train Rolls By´ evokes Tom Waits and Woody Guthrie simultaneously, ´New Nashville Boogie´ evokes Hank Williams and the Andrews Sisters simultaneously, and his version of ´Junco Partner´ manages to avoid evoking the Clash at all. Recorded warmly but cleanly (none of that lo-fi pretense for him, and bless him for it), this album provides plenty of good rootsy enjoyment. - On his new self-titled album, Pines looks back to streets and hollers, juke joints and dancehalls, and brings them all forward for a new generation to enjoy..

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Stand: 07.06.2019
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Molly O´day - Cumberland Mountain Folks (2-CD)
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2-CD mit 44-seitigem Booklet, 36 Einzeltitel. Spieldauer ca. 105 Minuten. Wegen ihrer Art, unverfälschte Mountain Music aus voller Kehle zu singen, nannte man sie auch den ´weiblichen Roy Acuff´. Zur Begleitung nutzte sie die traditionellen Instrumente wie Dobro und Fiddle. Mac Wiseman und Carl Smith gehören zu den Prominenten, die bei ihren Sessions mitwirkten. Diese 36 Titel sind alles, was Molly für Columbia (1946-1951) aufnahm. Zu den Songs gehören Tramp On The Street, When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels , The Black Sheep Returned To The Fold , The Tear Stained Letter , The First Fall Of Snow, Poor Ellen Smith , Heaven´s Radio , Don´t Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey und die ersten aufgenommenen Fassungen von zwei Hank Williams Songs: On The Evening Train und The Singing Waterfall . Echte Mountain Music!

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Stand: 19.02.2019
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The Crests - The Best Of The Crest featuring Jo...
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(Rhino/Murray Hill) 14 tracks (5 newly remastered in Stereo) - In order to examine the way rock ´n´ roll began as a marriage of black and white popular musics. one need only look at the number of racially mixed vocal groups that emerged dunng rock´s chaotic origin. The first to gamer national recognation was Pittsburgh´s Del Vikings who scored with Come Go With Me in late ´56 early ´57. But the group that would enjoy the longest run of hits with a mixed line up was Johnny Maestro And The Crests There would be others (The Marvels immediately comes to mind). but none succeeded in establishing a sound as well as Mr. Maestro and company. The Crests began as a black quartet in 1955. Patricia Van Dross. Harold Torres. Talmadge (Tommy) Gough and J.T. Carter formed the group at P.S. 160 Junior High School in Manhattan; Carter. originally from Brooklyn. lived on Delaney St. and the rest (all from Staten Island) lived in the Allred E. Smith projects in nearby Chinatown. Singing for local functions without a permanent name, the group naturally emulated the singing idols of the day. Harlem´s Cadillacs. Harptones. and Teenagers. At the same time. Brooklyn.born Johnny Maestro (or Mastroangelo. as he was christened) from near. by Mulberry St. was already singing in a racially integrated group —a necessity, according to Maestro. There just weren´t too many white kids interested in singing black R&B in lower Manhattan at the time. Maestro met the future Crests at the Henry Street Settlement House in 1956 and joined them soon after. ´Street´ vocal groups would seek any place that offered a good echo to add timbre and depth to their a capella singing. One natural refuge was the subway. One day in 1957 the group. recently named The Crests at the suggestion of member Carter. was in the subway practicing some of the gospel harmony they had been studying. A woman. riding the train from Brooklyn. heard them singing at the Brooklyn Bridge station The wife of arch´ estra leader Al Browne. she gave her husband´s business card to the group at the subway station. The group kneew that an Al Browne had backed up one of their favorite groups. The Heartbeats. and rushed to contact him. Browne knew the owners of a miniscule record label. Joyce Records. Maestro claims that Joyce Records was two guys who ran the company from the back of a record store in Brooklyn. something quite believable given the history of many of New York´s small independent record operations at the time. The group wrote both sides of what would be their last single. My Juanita , Sweetest One: and future royalty payments notwithstanding (Maestro claims the sum of $17.50 for this single). Sweetest One - actually made the national pop charts. peaking at #87 in July 1957. Two other recordings from that session. No One To Love and Wish She Was Mine were released on Joyce a few months later without fanfare or sales. While recording for Joyce. the group was intro-duced to singer. songwriter.rarranger Billy Dawn Smith. Smith was impressed with the group and brought them to the attention of music publisher George Paxton. With the group now signed to him— minus Patricia Van Dross, who as a 15-year-old girl was not allowed to travel with the boys—Paxton formed Coed Records in early 1958. Compared to Joyce. Coed was it big league operation. Paxton had contacts throughout the industry and provided the group with some Al the best writers and arrangers on the scene, including Luther Dixon. Bert Keyes and Otis Blackwell. Coed 501 Pretty Little Angel by The Crests— inaugurated the label. While it got local airplay and local chart placement. national atten. Lion was not to be. The group´s next release. however. was a different story: it would not only twome one of the best-selling ´oldies´ of all time, but the source of some controversy in the payola hearings that would take place two years atter its release That classic. 16 Candles was originally called Twenty One Candles before someone with marketing sense aimed the song at the burgeoning teenage audience. Trade ads of the day state that the record ´broke´ immediately; it was later shown that when Dick Clark bought it share of the publishing in the song. the record began being featured almost daily 011 American Bandstand. and success followed directly. The song peaked at 12 on the national charts and The Crests were on their way. Appearances with Clark and Alan Freed. among others. strengthened the group´s stage acumen: their show featured some

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Various - Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Hear...
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(Vladimir Twist Records) 18 Tracks - Hallo Leute, es ist Zeit für einen weiteren Ausflug in die Gewölbe des Psychobilly. Einfach die 33 U/min Scheibe abfahren und wild werden! JUST GO WILD OVER ROCK & ROLL von BOBBY DEAN ist ein echter wilder Rock und ein sehr guter Opener für diese Compilation-LP, wie es für THE BLUE CATS auf ihrer ersten LP-Veröffentlichung 1980 war. EVERBODY´S ROCKIN´ von THE CHAMPS ist ein wild rockendes Instrumental mit zusätzlichem Gesang. Es gibt kein Rauskommen - es gibt eine erfolgreiche Kontaktaufnahme im spannenden Beat der CHAMPS. Schließen Sie sich den fröhlichen Fußstampfer- und Rockingmethoden an, wie es die RICOCHETS oder THE BLUE CATS getan haben. I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM von THE ELECTRIC PRUNES war 1966 ihr zweiter 7´´ Release. Es erreichte Platz 11 bei den´Billboard´s Charts´. In den frühen 80er Jahren wurde dieser erstaunliche Chartbreaker von NAZ NOMAD 8 THE NIGHTMARES und THE CANNIBALS abgedeckt. GIRL I WANT YOU by THE SEEDS ist ein weiterer Garagen-Punk-Song aus den Gewölben des Trash. Dies ist ein SKY´SAXON Original, das die Band gründete und Bass, Mundharmonika und Lead-Gesang spielte. Dieser wurde von der psychotischeren Band THE PURPLE THINGS abgedeckt. SHE´S MY WITCH von KIP TYLER 8 THE FLIPS ist einer dieser Songs, die von ein paar Bands gecovert wurden, aber jede Coverversion hat diese sehr coolen Gitarrenlecks wie das Original in sich. Das erste Mal, dass ich diesen Song als Cover gehört habe, war auf der BIG BEAT LP ´´I could go to hell for you´´ von THE SIC KIDZ. WARRIOR SAM von DON WILLIS wurde in Jackson, Tennessee, für SATELLITE RECORDS (später STAX) aufgenommen. DON WILLIS, NEIL HERBERT, JIMMY DYE, GENE ACRE und der Gitarrist SHELBY BYRD schnappten sich die Orchard Street und plattgedrückt sind sie wie eine explodierende H-Bombe mit ´´Warrior Sam´´, die von TAV FALCOS PANTHER BURNS abgedeckt wurde. WILD, WILD LOVER von BENNY JOY ist vielleicht der erste Psychobilly-Song aller Zeiten. Es wurde 1957 von BENNY JOY und seinem Kumpel BIG JOHN TAYLOR irgendwo in einem Wohnzimmer aufgenommen. Wahrscheinlich hat dieser Song THE METEORS inspiriert, einen solchen Song wie ´´Death Dance´´ zu schreiben. LONG BLACK TRAIN von CONWAY TWITTY scheint eine überzeugende Fusion aus ´´Mystery Train´´, ´´My Baby left me´´ und ´´Orange Blossom Special´´ zu sein, aber es ist einer seiner besseren Songs, der unter so großen Hits wie ´´It´s only make believe´´, ´´Mona Lisa´´, ´´Born to sing the blues´´ und ´´Lonely blue boy´´ versteckt ist. ´´Long black train´´ war bereits 1981 Teil der ersten DELTAS LP. THUNDER & LIGHTNING by TOOTER BOATMAN & THE CHAPARRALS ist der bekannteste Song von TOOTER BOATMAN, der 1959 bei einem Autounfall ums Leben kam. Der Song wurde von THE BLUE CATS auf ihrer ´´Fight back´´ LP gecovert. LATER by THE JODIMARS wurde 1956 vom Tenorsaxophonisten JOEY D´ AMBROSIA, dem Schlagzeuger DICK RICHARDS und dem Bassisten MARSHALL LYTLE aufgenommen.... 3 der Haley Kometen. Sie wurden zu einer sehr beliebten heißen Attraktion auf der Ostseite der Staaten.... a la BILL HALEY... entzogen sie sich und Mitte 1957 hatten sie sich aufgelöst. Dieser Song wurde von RESTLESS und THE BEL-AIRES gemacht. MUNSTERS THEME von JACK MARSHALL ist das ursprüngliche Titelmotiv dieser berühmten TV-Serie, die ursprünglich zwischen 1964 und Mitte 1967 in den USA ausgestrahlt wurde. Dieses wurde von Bands wie The KEYTONES, The RADIUM CATS und Nigel Lewis´ ESCALATORS abgedeckt. (I´M NOT YOUR) STEPPIN´ STONE von den MONKEES ist einer dieser Songs, die man auf ihren ´´best of...´´ Platten finden konnte, aber man konnte ihn auch als Coversong bei einem KREWMEN Album finden. PETER GUNN/LOCOMOTION von FREDDIE STARR & THE MIDNIGHTERS wurde von den DELMONAS aus der Medway-Szene berichtet und war auf der ´´Big Beat Beach Party´´ Compilation zu finden. FREDDIE STARR schnitt nur drei 7´´ unter der Leitung von JOE MEEK für DECCA RECORDS. JOHNNY REMEMBER ME von JOHN LEYTON ,der geboren wurde. Der 17. Februar 1939 in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, war sein erster Hit, der rund zwei Monate lang die Nummer eins war. Er war einer der wichtigsten englischen Sänger der frühen 60er Jahre mit eigenem Sound. So ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass dieser Song von der berühmtesten Psy-Chiobilly-Band THE METEORS gecovert wurde. CADILLAC von BO DIDDLEY wurde ursprünglich 1960 veröffentlicht. BO a.k.a ELIAS McDANIEL, geboren am 30. Dezember 1928, McComb, Mississippi, machte seinen stotternden Rhythmus und dieser rasierte und haarige

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Various - Greetings From - Greetings From Texas
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Various Greetings From Texas When Americans meet each other, the first question they usually ask is, ´´Where you from?´´ If the answer is ´New Jersey,´ ´Kansas´ or ´Rhode Island,´ there´s often a polite silence. Followed by a change of subject. But if the answer is ´Texas,´ it´s not unusual to hear some genuine enthusiasm. ´´Really! What´s it like?´´ Like it or not, there is awe surrounding Texas. Sure, it´s big. In fact, it´s almost the biggest state there is. The Sons of Sam Houston probably still haven´t forgiven those upstart Alaskans. But in any case the response you get goes beyond land mass. There´s something about Texas. Texas is a culture. It´s a way of life. People from Texas are not simply average Americans. They´re Texans. There have probably been more movies about Texas than any other state, and as far as music goes….well, just read on. Mind you, not all the qualities associated with Texas are admirable. Like movies and music, there are probably more jokes about Texas than there are about any other state in the union. Texans take a fair amount of ribbing about who they are and what they do. Ribbing, of course, is the least you can expect when your national cuisine is barbeque. Who can count all the jokes about Texans who die, go to Heaven (or Hell) and end up getting barbeque sauce all over the place? One way or another they manage to antagonize the guy in charge. St. Peter complains because there are pickup trucks or empty six packs all over the streets of gold. The Devil complains because a bad day in Hell is ´´like a spring day in Amarillo.´´ And besides, the damned Texans are barbequing on the fires of Hell and have installed air conditioning just in case it really heats up a bit. In short, Texans take their culture with them wherever they travel, including the hereafter. Texans, as well as visitors from more temperate climes, have a lot to say about Texas weather. The heat is a big topic of conversation. Texans pick their parking places by shade, not distance. They know that a seat belt in July does a pretty good imitation of a branding iron. Droughts, too, are a way of life. Texans long ago stopped associating bridges with water. As folks in the country say, ´´It´s so dry the trees are bribin´ the dogs.´´ Just about every quality of Texas life – whether good, bad or indifferent – is on display on this collection. Twenty-five songs telling you a whole lot of what you need to know about Texas and Texans. Here are the things that Texans are proudest of, right along side a few other qualities they may not be quite as proud of, but they sure ain´t ashamed enough to stop writing and singing songs about them. You´d think that a collection like this would consist solely of native Texans singing their pride, but that´s not the case. Admittedly many of these artists hail from Texas – men like Ernest Tubb, Willie Nelson, and Tex Ritter, but there are plenty of exceptions. And speaking of Mr. Ritter, when a guy adopts the name of a state as his first name, you know you´re on to some serious identity issues. And Tex Ritter is just the tip of the iceberg. Think about Tex Williams – who came from Illinois! There just aren´t too many guys out there calling themselves ´Illinois Williams´ or ´New Jersey Jones´ or ´Pennsylvania Smith.´ Along with Williams, there are quite a few non-Texans on this collection proudly singing about the joys and perils of life in the Lone Star state. When you have a guy of Scandinavian ancestry like Ole Rasmussen (whose California-based band was named the Nebraska Cornhuskers) or a Canadian from Nova Scotia singing about Texas, you know there´s something powerful going on. And Hank Snow isn´t the only Canadian on board this train. There´s fellow Nova Scotian Wilf Carter as well. And there are lots of out-of-state Americans like Sanford Clark (Oklahoma), Hank Locklin (Florida), Rex Allen (Arizona), and old Roy Rogers, himself, who hailed from Ohio. Nothing stopped these non-Texans from singing the praises of Texas.

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