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  • Sassafras – Expecting Company (Rem. + Exp. Ed.)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1588308 Die Waliser Rock-Band Sassafras wurde 1970 von den fünf Musikern Terry Bennett, Dai Shell, Ralph Evans, Ricky John Holt und Congo Jones gegründet. Auf Esoteric Recordings erscheint jetzt eine exklusive Wiederveröffentlichung des Debütalbums "Expecting Company" aus dem Jahr 1973 als Remastered-Expanded-Edition. Die Neuauflage von "Expecting Company" bietet zwei Bonus Tracks und ein umfangreiches Booklet mit vielen Hintergrundinformationen und einem neu verfassten Essay. Ein Muss für allle Classic-Rock-Fans! Erhältlich ab 02.05.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • N.S.U. – Turn On, Or Turn Me Down (RSD)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1618114 An air of mystery surrounds this album, and indeed, even the label on which it was originally released. DJ and percussionist Count Simon de la Bedoyere (aka Simon Stable) set up the Stable label in 1968, only to fold it a year later, but during that brief spell it released a handful of great albums.

    One of those was “Turn On, Or Turn Me Down”, the only album made by psychedelic blues rock band N.S.U.. Hailing from Glasgow, and setting out their stall by taking their name from the first track on the first Cream album, they recorded the album over 3 days in February 1969 at De Lane Lea in Holborn, London, a cutting edge studio where Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd had also recorded.

    In their 2017 “Buried Treasure” feature on the album, Classic Rock magazine highlighted guitarist Ernest Rea’s “glorious flashes of acid-fuzz soloing”. The band was assisted on backing vocals by the legendary Sue and Sunny, ubiquitous at about that time, singing back-up on Joe Cocker’s “With A Little Help From My Friends”, “20th Century Boy” for T. Rex and for the likes of Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, Elton John and even Frank Zappa.

    The album features eight original band compositions together with their 8 minute version of the old blues song “On The Road Again”, popularised by Canned Heat.

    Having performed at the Royal Albert Hall to accompany the release of the album in July 1969, the band (and label) slipped back into obscurity…

    Gatefold sleeve as the original + inner bag with sleeve notes one side and MBT catalogue on the other incl. pack shots.

    William Hugh Alexander Brown (Billie) – Drummer
    Ernest Rea (The Big Fella) – Lead Guitarist
    John Graham Pettigrew (Pettsie) – Lead Vocalist
    Peter Grant Nagle (Big Nagsie) – Bass Guitar and Harp

    Produced by Trevor Walters
    Recorded at De-Lane Lea Music 24/25/26th Feb 1969
    Engineering – Barry Ainsworth
    Additional voices Sue & Sunny
    Photography N.S.U. and Mount Arafat by Roy A Giles


    Side 1
    1. Turn On, Or Turn Me Down (4.04)
    2. His Town (4.02)
    3. You Can't Take It From My Heart (2.53)
    4. Love Talk (5.04)
    5. All Aboard (4.09)
    Side 2
    1. The Game (3.12)
    2. Stoned (4.52)
    3. Pettsie's Blues (3.49)
    4. On The Road (8.14) Erhältlich ab 21.04.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • Various – American Music Library (Hits Of 1962)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1593068 The Hits Of 1962 is the latest volume of our popular American Music Library series. It includes all the American Top 10 hits that weren’t hits in Britain, any number ones on the R&B and C&W charts that didn’t make the Top 10 on the Hot 100, nor were hits in the UK, as well as a selection of the Hot 100 hits that didn’t make the US Top 10, nor the British charts.

    America took no notice when Parlophone Records in Britain issued Love Me Do by The Beatles in October 1962. Across the water that year it was business as usual and when all the figures were added up, RCA Victor came out as the label with the most hit singles that year, with the Liberty label as runner-up and three majors, Columbia, Decca and Mercury tie-ing for third place. America’s teenagers were still dancing, thanks to a steady supply of dance crazes, mainly emanating from Philadelphia’s Cameo and Parkway labels and in Detroit Berry Gordy was in the early stages of formulating his Sound of Young America at his Tamla-Motown-Gordy stable of labels.

    Because of the amount of chart action in the Hot 100 in 1962, we have had to expand our coverage of The Hits Of 1962 from the 90-track 3CD set of previous instalments in this series, to a whopping 120-track 4CD set, featuring:
    All 55 US Pop 10 hits from 1962 that didn’t make the UK chart,
    All 8 additional US Country and R&B chart-toppers that evaded the US Pop Top 10 (and again didn’t make the UK charts),
    A generous 57-track selection of further hits from the US Pop Hot 100, none of which made the UK charts.
    With an expanded booklet annotated by compiler Austin Powell, American Music Library: The Hits Of 1962 offers a fascinating overview of the world’s biggest record-buying market of the time...

    Continuing the major series from Fantastic Voyage, providing an in-depth survey of US hits both big and small
    4CD set packed with 120 hits from the US charts of 1962, none of which were hits in the UK
    24pp booklet, annotated by compiler Austin Powell
    Deliberately compiled to complement (without track overlap) the highly popular British Hit Parade series
    There is the prospect of further volumes surveying the Fifties, as well as companion volumes devoted to lesser hits

    Disc 1:

    1. When I Fall In Love (The Lettermen)
    2. Unchain My Heart (Ray Charles)
    3. I Know You Don’t Love Me No More (Barbara George)
    4. When The Boy In Your Arms Is The Boy In Your Heart (Connie Francis)
    5. Norman (Sue Thompson)
    6. Baby It’s You (The Shirelles)
    7. Duke Of Earl (Gene Chandler)
    8. Dear Lady Twist (Gary US Bonds)
    9. Chip Chip (Gene McDaniels)
    10. Let Me In (The Sensations)
    11. What’s Your Name (Don and Juan)
    12. Percolator Twist (Billy Joe and The Checkmates)
    13. Mashed Potato Time (Dee Dee Sharp)
    14. Lover Please (Clyde McPhatter)
    15. Shout Part 1 (Joey Dee and The Starliters)
    16. Twist, Twist Señora (Gary US Bonds)
    17. PT 109 (Jimmy Dean)
    18. She Cried (Jay and The Americans)
    19. Shout! Shout! Knock Yourself Out (Ernie Maresca)
    20. Everybody Loves Me But You (Brenda Lee)
    21. Lovers Who Wander (Dion)
    22. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Gene Pitney)
    23. Second Hand Love (Connie Francis)
    24. Playboy (The Marvelettes)
    25. The Stripper (David Rose and His Orchestra)
    26. Cindy’s Birthday (Johnny Crawford)
    27. That’s Old Fashioned That’s The Way Love Should Be (The Everly Brothers)
    28. Wolverton Mountain (Claude King)
    29. Snap Your Fingers (Joe Henderson)
    30. The Wah-Watusi (The Orlons)

    Disc 2:

    1. Gravy For My Mashed Potatoes (Dee Dee Sharp)
    2. Ahab, The Arab (Ray Stevens)
    3. You’ll Lose A Good Thing (Barbara Lynn)
    4. Little Diane (Dion)
    5. Party Lights (Claudine Clark)
    6. Green Onions (Booker T and The MG’s)
    7. Patches (Dickey Lee)
    8. Rinky Dink (Dave Baby Cortez)
    9. You Belong To Me (The Duprees)
    10. You Beat Me To The Punch (Mary Wells)
    11. Alley Cat (Bent Fabric and His Piano)
    12. Venus In Blue Jeans (Jimmy Clanton)
    13. Do You Love Me (The Contours)
    14. If I Had A Hammer (Peter, Paul and Mary)
    15. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Gene Pitney)
    16. Gina (Johnny Mathis)
    17. Popeye The Hitchhiker (Chubby Checker)
    18. Bobby’s Girl (Marcie Blane)
    19. The Cha-Cha-Cha (Bobby Rydell)
    20. Ride! (Dee Dee Sharp)
    21. Release Me (Little Esther Phillips)
    22. Go Away Little Girl (Steve Lawrence)
    23. You Are My Sunshine (Ray Charles)
    24. Love Came To Me (Dion)
    25. Hotel Happiness (Brook Benton)
    26. Misery Loves Company (Porter Wagoner)
    27. That’s My Pa (Sheb Wooley)
    28. Charlie’s Shoes (Billy Walker)
    29. She Thinks I Still Care (George Jones)
    30. Mama Sang A Song (Bill Anderson)

    Disc 3:

    1. I’ve Been Everywhere (Hank Snow)
    2. Don’t Let Me Cross Over (Carl Butler)
    3. Soul Twist (King Curtis and The Noble Knights)
    4. Dear Ivan (Jimmy Dean)
    5. Motorcycle (Tico and The Triumphs)
    6. A Little Too Much (Clarence Henry)
    7. Surfer’s Stomp (The Mar-Kets)
    8. A Sunday Kind Of Love (Jan and Dean)
    9. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (The Kingston Trio)
    10. I Surrender Dear (Aretha Franklin)
    11. Yessiree (Linda Scott)
    12. Come Back Silly Girl (The Lettermen)
    13. Surfin’ (The Beach Boys)
    14. Dear One (Larry Finnegan)
    15. She Can’t Find Her Keys (Paul Petersen)
    16. Annie Get Your Yo-Yo (Little Junior Parker)
    17. The Rains Came (Big Sambo and The House Wreckers)
    18. Anything That’s Part Of You (Elvis Presley)
    19. Moments To Remember (Jennell Hawkins)
    20. Uptown (The Crystals)
    21. Twistin’ Matilda (Jimmy Soul)
    22. Itty Bitty Pieces (James Ray)
    23. I’ll Take You Home (The Corsairs)
    24. So This Is Love (The Castells)
    25. I’m On My Way (The Highwaymen)
    26. Most People Get Married (Patti Page)
    27. I Was Born To Cry (Dion)
    28. Don’t Play That Song (Ben E. King)
    29. You Don’t Miss Your Water (William Bell)
    30. Hit Record (Brook Benton)

    Disc 4:

    1. Oh My Angel (Bertha Tillman)
    2. Fortune Teller (Bobby Curtola)
    3. Stranger On The Shore (The Drifters)
    4. Imagine That (Patsy Cline)
    5. Lipstick Traces On A Cigarette (Benny Spellman)
    6. Having A Party (Sam Cooke)
    7. Twist And Shout (The Isley Brothers)
    8. Dancin’ The Strand (Maureen Gray)
    9. I Don’t Love You No More I Don’t Care About You (Jimmy Norman)
    10. Little Red Rented Row Boat (Joe Dowell)
    11. Above The Stars (Mr Acker Bilk)
    12. Till Death Do Us Part (Bob Braun)
    13. I Love You The Way You Are (Bobby Vinton)
    14. I’m The Girl From Wolverton Mountain (Jo Ann Campbell)
    15. If I Didn’t Have A Dime To Play The Jukebox (Gene Pitney)
    16. Your Heart Belongs To Me (The Supremes)
    17. Someday When I’m Gone From You (Bobby Vee and The Crickets)
    18. I’m Goin’ Back To School (Dee Clark)
    19. That Stranger Used To Be My Girl (Trade Martin)
    20. Wiggle Wobble (Les Cooper and The Soul Rockers)
    21. Dear Hearts And Gentle People (The Springfields)
    22. If You Were A Rock And Roll Record (Freddy Cannon)
    23. A Little Bit Now A Little Bit Later (The Majors)
    24. Shutters And Boards (Jerry Wallace)
    25. Road Hog (John D. Loudermilk)
    26. Echo (The Emotions)
    27. My Wife Can’t Cook (Lonnie Russ)
    28. Remember Then (The Earls)
    29. Loop De Loop (Johnny Thunder)
    30. Shake Me I Rattle Squeeze Me I Cry (Marion Worth)

    Erhältlich ab 21.11.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Various – American Music Library (Hits Of 1960)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1589425 The American Music Library is a major new series from Fantastic Voyage and is sure to be of considerable interest to music lovers with an interest in accumulating a substantial collection of hit singles, without track overlap with our popular British Hit Parade series. Hot on the heels of the debut release in the series, The Hits Of 1959, comes the second hit-packed instalment, The Hits Of 1960.

    When the decade, later to be called “The Swinging Sixties”, got under way, America was still the engine room of the world’s pop music, their music industry was far more mature than that in any other country and a plethora of small independent labels were able to compete quite efficiently with the “majors” that had been in business since the forties or even earlier. So, a Top 10 hit in America would often translate into a hit in many other world territories. But not always. The American Music Library celebrates US hit singles big and small, but concentrates on only those singles that did not chart in the UK. So it deliberately avoids duplication of tracks on compilations like the British Hit Parade series, which many collectors have assiduously purchased over the years.

    The Hits Of 1960 is a 90-track 3CD set which features:
    All 30 US Pop 10 hits from 1959 that didn’t make the UK chart,
    All 8 additional US Country and R&B chart-toppers that evaded the US Pop Top 10 (and again didn’t make the UK charts),
    A further 52 hits from the US Pop Hot 100 that didn’t make the UK charts.

    So enjoy this survey of the biggest pop, country and R&B hits that missed out on the UK charts, as well as a selection of other Hot 100 hits for your enjoyment. The accompanying 20pp booklet is illustrated in colour and features notes by series compiler Austin Powell, plus US release information (label, catalogue number, credited accompanists and producers) and details of any UK equivalent.

    Continuing the major new series from Fantastic Voyage, providing an in-depth survey of US hits both big and small
    3CD set packed with 90 hits from the US charts of 1960, none of which were hits in the UK
    20pp illustrated booklet, annotated by compiler Austin Powell
    Deliberately compiled to complement (without track overlap) the highly popular British Hit Parade series
    Subsequent volumes will be devoted to US hits from other years in the Fifties and Sixties
    There is also the prospect of companion volumes devoted to lesser hits

    Disc 1:
    1. Pretty Blue Eyes (Steve Lawrence)
    2. Go, Jimmy, Go (Jimmy Clanton)
    3. The Village Of St Bernadette (Andy Williams)
    4. Where Or When (Dion and The Belmonts)
    5. Lonely Blue Boy (Conway Twitty)
    6. Baby (You’ve Got What It Takes) (Dinah Washington and Brook Benton)
    7. Forever (The Little Dippers)
    8. O Dio Mio (Annette)
    9. Sink The Bismark (Johnny Horton)
    10. The Old Lamplighter (The Browns)
    11. Night (Jackie Wilson)
    12. Love You So (Ron Holden)
    13. Happy-Go-Lucky-Me (Paul Evans)
    14. A Rockin’ Good Way (To Mess Around And Fall in Love) (Dinah Washington and Brook Benton)
    15. That’s All You Gotta Do (Brenda Lee)
    16. My Home Town (Paul Anka)
    17. Tell Laura I Love Her (Ray Peterson)
    18. Image Of A Girl (The Safaris)
    19. Finger Poppin’ Time (Hank Ballard and The Midnighters)
    20. Mission Bell (Donnie Brooks)
    21. Mr Custer (Larry Verne)
    22. Yogi (The Ivy Three)
    23. A Million To One (Jimmy Charles)
    24. You Talk Too Much (Joe Jones)
    25. Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Let’s Go (Hank Ballard and The Midnighters)
    26. Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
    27. He Will Break Your Heart (Jerry Butler)
    28. Sailor (Your Home Is The Sea) (Lolita)
    29. Wonderland By Night (Wunderland Bei Nacht) (Bert Kaempfert)

    Disc 2:
    1. Angel Baby (Rosie and The Originals)
    2. Alabam (Cowboy Copas)
    3. Wings Of A Dove (Ferlin Husky)
    4. Smokie (Part 2) (Bill Black’s Combo)
    5. Fannie Mae (Buster Brown)
    6. Doggin’ Around (Jackie Wilson)
    7. There’s Something On Your Mind (Part 2) (Bobby Marchan)
    8. This Bitter Earth (Dinah Washington)
    9. A Woman, A Lover, A Friend (Jackie Wilson)
    10. Crazy Arms (Bob Beckham)
    11. Rockin’ Little Angel (Ray Smith)
    12. Why Do I Love You So (Johnny Tillotson)
    13. The Secret Of Love (Elton Anderson)
    14. Money (That’s What I Want) (Barrett Strong)
    15. Too Pooped To Pop (Chuck Berry)
    16. (Welcome) New Lovers (Pat Boone)
    17. String Along (Fabian)
    18. Let Them Talk (Little Willie John)
    19. The Same Old Me (Guy Mitchell)
    20. Just One Time (Don Gibson)
    21. Lonely Weekends (Charlie Rich)
    22. Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Part 2) (Jessie Hill)
    23. I Need You Now (Joni James)
    24. The Madison (Al Brown’s Tunetoppers)
    25. What Do You Want? (Bobby Vee)
    26. Nobody Loves Me Like You (The Flamingos)
    27. The Way Of A Clown (Teddy Randazzo)
    28. A Star Is Born (A Love Has Died) (Mark Dinning)
    29. All I Could Do Was Cry (Etta James)
    30. Hot Rod Lincoln (Charlie Ryan)
    31. Clap Your Hands (The Beau-Marks)

    Disc 3:
    1. Alley-Oop (Danté and The Evergreens)
    2. Hey Little One (Dorsey Burnette)
    3. Banjo Boy (Dorothy Collins)
    4. Look For A Star (Garry Miles)
    5. Sticks And Stones (Ray Charles)
    6. Do You Mind? (Andy Williams)
    7. One Boy (Joanie Sommers)
    8. I’ll Be There (Bobby Darin)
    9. Please Help Me, I’m Falling (Rusty Draper)
    10. The Twist (Hank Ballard and The Midnighters)
    11. I Know One (Jim Reeves)
    12. Little Bitty Pretty One (Frankie Lymon)
    13. (I Do The) Shimmy Shimmy (Bobby Freeman)
    14. Diamonds And Pearls (The Paradons)
    15. Shortnin’ Bread (Paul Chaplain and His Emeralds)
    16. A Fool In Love (Ike and Tina Turner)
    17. Let The Good Times Roll (Shirley and Lee)
    18. (You’ve Got To) Move Two Mountains (Marv Johnson)
    19. Brontosaurus Stomp (The Piltdown Men)
    20. Shoppin’ For Clothes (The Coasters)
    21. The Hucklebuck (Chubby Checker)
    22. Humdinger (Freddy Cannon)
    23. Ruby Duby Du (Tobin Mathews)
    24. Gonzo (James Booker)
    25. Bumble Bee (LaVern Baker)
    26. Dance By The Light Of The Moon (The Olympics)
    27. Frank Gari (Utopia)
    28. You Are The Only One (Ricky Nelson)
    29. Angel On My Shoulder (Shelby Flint)
    30. Oh Lonesome Me (Johnny Cash)

    Erhältlich ab 13.06.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Mitarbeiter-Charts 2012

    Sektion: Features

    Mitarbeiter-Charts 2012Das Jahr 2012 neigt sich dem Ende entgegen. Und während wir eine kleine Rückschau wagen, wird offenkundig, dass die vergangenen zwölf Monate ganz im Zeichen des Pandas standen. Denn der Stuttgarter Künstler CRO infizierte ganz Deutschland mit einer Stilmixtur aus Rap und Pop. Sein Albumdebüt “Raop” verbrachte insgesamt fünf Wochen auf Platz 1 der Media Control Charts und wurde mit Gold & Platin ausgezeichnet. Die erste Albumsingle “Easy”, ein echter Ohrwurm Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Mitarbeiter-Charts 2011

    Sektion: Features

    Das Jahr neigt sich dem Ende entgegen, und in guter alter Tradition haben wir die Mitarbeiter von Rough Trade, Groove Attack und GoodToGo befragt, was ihre ganz persönlichen musikalischen Highlights in den vergangenen zwölf Monaten waren. Naturgemäß liest sich das Ergebnis wie eine wilde Mischung aus Rock, Pop, Folk, Hip Hop, Reggae, Jazz, elektronischer Musik und obskuren Underground-Sachen – so verschiedenartig wie auch wir es sind. Gleichwohl beinhaltet Kompletter Artikel →

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