(2000/FUEL) 15 tracks
(2006 ´M.C. Records´) (53:29/14) Old-Timey and Swing Band Music. RACHAEL DAVIS - voc, JOSHUA DAVIS - gtrs/voc, JOE WILSON - tromb/steel gtr/voc, ANDY WILSON - hca/tpt/flugelhorn, DOMINIC JOHN SUCHYTA - upright bass/voc.
(SHOUT) 25 Titel 1961-67 mit 12-seitigem Booklet. CD ist original versiegelt!
(SHOUT) 20 Titel, feat. der vielseitige Soul-Mann aus New York, der alle Tracks auf dieser Compilation aufführte, schrieb, produzierte oder arrangierte - alle Tracks sind das erste Mal auf CD und wurden von seinem Sohn Chris Radcliffe in den Tresoren von Jimmy´s Baby Cakes Prod entdeckt. Kompanie! Seltene Strecke von 1963-76!
(SHOUT) 25 Tracks Okeh 1962-66 (62:56/25) 30 Jahre Aufnahmen auf rund 20 verschiedenen Labels, darunter ein halbes Dutzend R&B-Hits, aber immer noch ein´großes Unbekanntes´ der Soul-Welt! Ted Taylor begann sein Leben als Doo-Wop-Signer bei The Cadets and Jacks, und seine Solokarriere brachte eine Fülle von Singles in seiner unverwechselbaren High-Tenor-Stimme hervor. Dies ist die erste umfassende Neuauflage von Ted´s Okeh 45s, aufgenommen in New York und Nashville von 1962-1966, in einem Stil, der mit dem von Clyde McPhatter, Little Willie John und Smokey Robinson vergleichbar ist.
Ausgezeichnete spanische Soul-Band shwoing Einflüsse von Northern Soul, Stax, bis Funk. Elf Originale, schöne groovende Klänge. Mit dem tollen Gesang der schwarzen Sängerin Mayka Edjole und funky Orgelklängen. Empfohlen. Digipak. MAYKA EDJOLE - voc, JOSE HERRANZ - gtr, SANTI VALLEJO - B3, SANTI ARTIN - bass, JAVIER GOMEZ - Schlagzeug.
Taschenbuch: 766 Seiten - Verlag: KP Books - 1997 - Sprache: Englisch - ISBN-13: 978-0873414906 - 216 mm x 286 mm x 38 mm Dazed and confused about rock ´n´ roll memorabilia? From Elvis to Madonna, KISS to the Monkees, non-recorded rock ´n´ roll memorabilia is hotter now than ever. If you are lucky enough to own a piece of rock history, or if you want to learn more about what is out there, take it easy. You´ll find all you need to know in the first ever complete compilation of rock ´n´ roll artifacts. Beginning collectors will read tips on how to start a collection without paying too much or buying a fake, and seasoned collectors will learn about the newest trends. Author Mark Baker has researched the stories behind the bands, discovered hard-to-find items you may not even know existed, and arrived at current market values for thousands of rock-related collectibles. Y414,9(ef You´ll find: • Current values for more than 10,000 items including autographs, backstage passes, guitar picks, and clothing • Valuable information on how to spot reproductions, counterfeits, reprints, and forgeries • Special sections on presentation discs and awards, posters, and personally-owned items • An easy-to-follow listing of your favorite artists and groups • More than 350 photos of non-recorded memorabilia, including 8 full-color pages You´ll want to twist and shout when you find the value of your Genesis 1978 World Tour backstage pass, identify a guitar used by Keith... About the Author Mark Allen Baker is a respected author, historian, and researcher of collectibles and memorabilia. His articles have appeared in more than fifty publications, and he is the author of the Collector´s Guide to Celebrity Autographs, the Baseball Autograph Handbook, the All Sport Autograph Guide, Auto Racing Memorabilia and Price Guide, and Team Baseballs.
(1949-53 ´Regal/United´) (71:35/25) Hervorragender früher R&B / Excellent early recordings. * = previously unissued, + = unavailable since the original 78 rpm release. With Dave Bartholomew, Ernie K-Doe, Larry Darnell, Annie Laurie, Chubby ´´Hip Shakin´´´ Newsome, Erline Harris, Joseph ´´Google Eyes´´ August and James ´´Blazer Boy´´ Locks. This album features an important and highly enjoyable body of blues and rhythm and blues recordings by the De Luxe, Regal and United labels during the late ´40s and early ´50s. These songs are among the best and earliest examples commited to wax. Contains 25 songs, many unissued and others unavailable since their initial issue on 78s. Complete descriptive notes enclosed by Jeff Hannusch, author of I Hear You Knockin´: The Sound of New Orleans Rhythm and Blues. This album draws attention to an important body of historic rhythm and blues recordings made by the De Luxe, Regal and United labels, during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The 25 tracks which make up this antholo-gy, were among the earliest and best examples of New Orleans R&B committed to wax. The De Luxe label was owned by two brothers, David and Jules Braun. Based in Linden, New Jersey, De Luxe specialized in recording ´race music´— black music that was being ignored by the major labels after WW II. One of the Brauns´ best retail accounts was Al Young´s Bop Shop which was located on South Rampart Street, once the main street of black New Orleans. In 1947, the Brauns called Young and inquired if there was any suitable talent in the city they might consider recording. Young told the brothers that New Orleans was indeed brimming with black talent, and that they could record it at the nearby J&M Studio on North Rampart Street. Obviously the Brauns found New Orleans to be a hotbed for several styles of black music as their catalog proved. Before the year was out, three New Orleans artists had major ´Race´ hits on De Luxe including Paul Gayten´s ´True.´ Annie Laurie´s ´Since I Fell For You,´ and Roy Brown´s influential ´Good Rockin´ Tonight.´ Unfortunately, also in 1947, the Brans entered into an ill-fated distribution agreement with King Records´owner Syd Nathan who managed to assume 51 percent of their label. Their deal eventually soured and after August 1949. the Brauns stopped sending masters to King, instead issuing them on Regal, a label they became partners in with Fred Mendelsohn. Regal operated until November of 1951 and continued to record several New Orleans artists at the recommendation of Paul Gayten who assumed A&R duties with the label.