Etsi sivustolta

Ostoskori:

0 tuote(tta) - 0,00 €
Ostoskorisi on tyhjä.
Etsi sivustolta
  • Blasters

10``LP

Tuotteet 1-20 / 107

Sivu:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Taulukkona  Listana 

Nouseva

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Num Various Kaikki

  1. The Lonesome Death Of Johnny Ace 10"EP

    Sterling Roswell Quartet:
    The Lonesome Death Of Johnny Ace 10"EP (10``LP)

    The Sterling Roswell Quartet are:  Sterling Roswell (Spacemen 3, The Darkside), Jim Sclavunos (Nick Cave & Badseeds, Grinderman and The Cramps), Matt Radford (Neanderthals, Panasonics Etc, Etc) & Steve Donnelly.

    An atmospheric tale of 50’s R&B star Johnny Ace who blew his brains out playing Russian Roulette on X-Mas day 1954.

    The flip has ‘Ramblin Woman’ featuring ‘Manuela’ on vocals, a haunting tale of a woman’s loneliness and a truly ‘out there’ version of the Charlie Feathers classic ‘I Can’t Hardly Stand It’ which manages to out Cramps The Cramps…..Rockabilly dragged screaming into the 21st Century.

    15,00 €
  2. Same

    Boom! Boom! Deluxe!:
    Same (10``LP)

    Boom! Boom! Deluxe! are the legendary New Zealand Rock n' Roll and Rockabilly band.

    Fantastic fun live, playing a a mix of their own songs and authentic 1950's and 1960's classics, as well as a few clever re-workings of modern songs in the Rockabilly style!      You WILL dance!!

    20,00 €
  3. 1998 Paris Recordings

    Dale Rocka & The Volcanoes:
    1998 Paris Recordings (10``LP)

    Gatefold sleeve! Strictly limited 500 copies
    20,00 €
  4. Rock Me Daddy-O

    Mike Penny & His Moonshiners:
    Rock Me Daddy-O (10``LP)

    Mike Penny & his Moonshiners are back with their third album by Rhythm Bomb Records and reconnect with “Texas Boogie”. Musically richer and more sophisticated, they continue to follow the path that their idols have established at the end of the forties up to the beginning of the 1950s: with “Rock Me Daddy-O”, the Country & Western elements move in the background and are replaced by Jumping Jive, Boogie and Rhythm’n Blues (greetings from Bill Haley). This makes “Rock Me Daddy-O” the most danceable album from the five Hillbillies and should not be missing at any party.

    Worth mentioning in addition to the danceable Jive numbers such as “Daddy-O-Rock”, “Rompin’ Stompin’”, “Diggin’ The Boogie”, “Jump Jack Jump” or “How long must I wait”, a cool stroll version of the Indie-Song “Creep” (by Radiohead) as well as a cover of “18 Miles to Memphis”, which sounds almost as if it was the actual original version of the Stray Cats title.

    “Rock Me Daddy-O” sounds both vintage and modern at the same time. This is quite intended because with the recording of the new album, Mike has also fulfilled his youth dream and built up his own studio with a mix of old analog and new digital technology. That certainly explains the long production time of one year.

    15,00 €
  5. Boppin` Guitar

    Legacaster :
    Boppin` Guitar (10``LP)

    Tiukka uutuus! Hyvä soundista ja hyvin soitettua 50s tyylin rockabillyä.
    17,00 €
  6. Duckingham Palace?

    Matt and the Peabody Ducks:
    Duckingham Palace? (10``LP)

    Original tyylin rockabillyä.
    17,00 €
  7. Same (Pink)

    Lee Celine & Dale Watson:
    Same (Pink) (10``LP)

    Celine Lee was born in Florida in the 80’s but grew up listening to the music of the 40’s and 50’s and even older, thanks to her grandparents. On one side were the grandparents who would listen to Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra and on the other side were a mix of a Slavic musician Grandfather ( who was also a Pro- Basketball player in the 50’s) who taught his granddaughter Croatian folk songs , and Grandmother, the real Miss Atomic Bombshell 1949 (inspiration for one of her debut albums songs) originally from Oak Ridge Tennessee, who always had Hank Williams Sr, Patsy Cline, and Elvis playing on the turntable.
         Growing up being influenced by such music there was little surprise when she started her first band, Celine and the Hellbillies, the rebellious streak no doubt inspired by her Punk Rock music-loving parents. Feeling a change of atmosphere and familiarity would help her singing career , she moved to the Big Apple. It was there she starting singing with a few local Rockabilly bands and getting to know the big city's many great artists, and some national touring artists. One meeting was with Texas honky-tonker Dale Watson.
      “ A friend told me that Dale Watson was playing in town and we went to the show. I got to chat with him about being a singer and appreciating his music” , said Celine. “ But the real surprise came weeks later when in a Facebook message I was contacted by Dale’s record label and asked for permission to use a photo that I posted on my Facebook page! It was a candid shot taken by a friend from when I was a hostess at the Playboy Club. I was always the bad bunny at the club and doing what I wasn’t supposed to do: drinking Champagne out of the bottle, having small rips in my pantyhose. And when that photo was taken, I had just gotten a warning and I one finger saluted, but jokingly, that’s why I’m smiling in it. A girlfriend happened to take a pic of it.”

    17,00 €
  8. Same

    Lee Celine & Dale Watson:
    Same (10``LP)

    Celine Lee was born in Florida in the 80’s but grew up listening to the music of the 40’s and 50’s and even older, thanks to her grandparents. On one side were the grandparents who would listen to Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra and on the other side were a mix of a Slavic musician Grandfather ( who was also a Pro- Basketball player in the 50’s) who taught his granddaughter Croatian folk songs , and Grandmother, the real Miss Atomic Bombshell 1949 (inspiration for one of her debut albums songs) originally from Oak Ridge Tennessee, who always had Hank Williams Sr, Patsy Cline, and Elvis playing on the turntable.
         Growing up being influenced by such music there was little surprise when she started her first band, Celine and the Hellbillies, the rebellious streak no doubt inspired by her Punk Rock music-loving parents. Feeling a change of atmosphere and familiarity would help her singing career , she moved to the Big Apple. It was there she starting singing with a few local Rockabilly bands and getting to know the big city's many great artists, and some national touring artists. One meeting was with Texas honky-tonker Dale Watson.
      “ A friend told me that Dale Watson was playing in town and we went to the show. I got to chat with him about being a singer and appreciating his music” , said Celine. “ But the real surprise came weeks later when in a Facebook message I was contacted by Dale’s record label and asked for permission to use a photo that I posted on my Facebook page! It was a candid shot taken by a friend from when I was a hostess at the Playboy Club. I was always the bad bunny at the club and doing what I wasn’t supposed to do: drinking Champagne out of the bottle, having small rips in my pantyhose. And when that photo was taken, I had just gotten a warning and I one finger saluted, but jokingly, that’s why I’m smiling in it. A girlfriend happened to take a pic of it.”

    15,00 €
  9. Spinnin` Around

    Vince and the Sun Boppers:
    Spinnin` Around (10``LP)

    Following their first album release in 2016, VINCE AND THE SUN BOPPERS are ready and proud to present their second RHYTHM BOMB album, Spinnin Around. Filled with brand new tracks to enjoy and dance along with, Spinnin' Around is a collection of self - penned rocking songs recorded at Berlins LIGHTNING RECORDERS.

    With jivers such as "Hold My Hand" and "Let´s Get Ready", a stroll for the ladies with "Frank's Barber Shop" or a bopper for all with "Got A Feeling For You", these recordings can cover any dance craving your body desires. This is music coming straight from the heart for those who enjoy Rockabilly and Rock 'n' Roll. Let it spin around!

    15,00 €
  10. The New West
  11. Split  The New! Attention

    King D And The Royals Of Rhythm :
    Split The New! Attention (10``LP)

    Mario David is a killer frontman of this 2 bands!! He manages perfectly in the sounds more 50's with the project King D And The Royals Of Rhythm and in the sounds but 60s under the name the New! Attentions!

    A record 10inch with 2 totally different faces but both totally recommendable!

    15,00 €
  12. If It Ain't Broke

    Caravans:
    If It Ain't Broke (10``LP)

    Vihdoinkin uutta matskua Caravansilta.
    18,00 €
  13. Same

    Dusty Chance & the Allnighters:
    Same (10``LP)

    Limited 10" album!!! Tiukkaa orkkis rockabillyä Amerikasta.
    25,00 €
  14. Headless (Blue Vinyl)

    Long Tall Texans:
    Headless (Blue Vinyl) (10``LP)

    Onhan se aina tapahtuma, kun Long Tall Texans julkaisee uuden levyn. Tämä on erittäin rajoitettu painos, joten kannattaa tilata heti!

    SAIMME VIELÄ MUUTAMAN LISÄÄ!!

     

    18,00 €
  15. So Long My Friend... Alan Mills, Never Forgotten
  16. 49 Women EP

    Rothstein Frank:
    49 Women EP (10``LP)

    Hieno 10"EP. Äänittetty Tanskassa ja Texasissa.
    13,00 €
  17. Step It Up And Go!
  18. Everyday Is A Holly Day 2LP

    Various:
    Everyday Is A Holly Day 2LP (10``LP)

    "Hieno Holly tribuutti. Every Day Is a Holly Day features 22 tracks compiled by French record executive Patrick Mathe to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the passing of Buddy Holly. It is a tremendous success with just about every act delivering the goods. Red River's "Rave On" moves like a sensitive Ramones -- if there ever was such a thing -- following "Words of Love" from Shoes, a cascading Flamin' Groovies-ish '60s pop offering. Elliott Murphy with Modern Lover Ernie Brooks does a nice "Everyday" while Willie "Loco" Alexander wonderfully distorts "Baby Won't You Come Out Tonight." It's great to hear Frank Rowe and the Classic Ruins give a Bobby Fuller Four rendition of "Love's Made a Fool of You" to the world along with Box Top Alex Chilton producing Lolitas' "Not Fade Away." Tav Falco's Panther Burns, Chris Bailey from the Saints, session guitarist extraordinaire Chris Spedding on a great "It's So Easy," the Slickee Boys, and others may be reverent in their approach, but they also inject a lot of fun into the tribute. So many flavors in this mix add a new dimension to Holly's music, making the sounds easily accessible for those who have had little or no exposure to Buddy's genius. Effective and very worthwhile. :~ Joe Viglione

    Great tribute album; melds rock 'n' roll, rockabilly and punk -- and makes it work.

    There have been three great periods in rock music, in my opinion: 1955-1959, 1964-1969, and the 1980s. In the first, rock 'n' roll exploded onto the scene and upset the pop music applecart. In the second, inaugurated by the British Invasion, rock both reflected and helped drive the era's cultural changes. In the third, rock artists melded the creativity and experimentation that marked the Sixties with the (dare I say it?) fun that characterized the Fifties, musically speaking.

    I would go so far as to say that rock from the 1980s has more in common with rock 'n' roll from the 1950s than with anything else before or since. The 1980s mostly added studio sophistication and MTV to a music that seemed fresh and edgy again following the uninspired and uninspiring decade of disco and "classic" rock.

    Fittingly, the best tribute album to 1950s rock 'n' roll great Buddy Holly was made in the 1980s. Everyday Is A Holly Day was released in 1989 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Holly's death. The artists who contributed to it capture the essence of Holly's musical appeal while adding to it the wonderful punk sensibility of the Eighties.

    Buddy Holly (born Charles Hardin Holley) was one of the top four or five rock 'n' rollers of the Fifties. In this pantheon I include Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis (arguably), and Holly. Holly came from Lubbock, Texas, where from an early age he sang and played first country music, then "western bop," a style that he and a friend developed. He began making records in 1956, and with his group, the Crickets -- and later, as a solo artist -- scored a string of hits starting in mid-1957. On Feb. 3, 1959, while on tour, he died at age 22 in a plane crash near Mason City, Iowa. This was "the day the music died," to quote the Don McLean song, "American Pie."

    Holly's singing and playing style was distinctive. () your head one way and it sounds like straight-out rock 'n' roll; ()* it the other way and it is unadulturated rockabilly, sounding more like the Everly Brothers or Rick Nelson than Little Richard or Chuck Berry. Holly's voice, and in particular his phrasing, is the bridge. By and large not a shouter, he hiccuped his way through his most famous songs, and this trademark vocal oddity provides the nervous edge that lifts his work out of the realm of "mere" rockabilly.

    Then there were the songs themselves. In his too-short career, Holly studio-recorded some 50 tunes, many written by himself, and almost all of them built around a simple but powerful hook: "Maybe Baby," "That'll Be the Day" (inspired by a phrase repeate"

    25,00 €
  19. Like A Hole In The Head: Remixes, Rewrites & Extras PICTURE DISC
  20. Hifi Sound For Hipshakers

    Royal Premiers:
    Hifi Sound For Hipshakers (10``LP)

    300 copies - band from Nantes in France !
    15,00 €

Tuotteet 1-20 / 107

Sivu:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Taulukkona  Listana 

Nouseva

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Num Various Kaikki