50's Rockabilly / R'n'R

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  • Various - Legendary Sun Artists Part 1 (with signatures Of Narvel Felts & Rudy Grayzell) (Käytetty CD)

    30,00

    Nimmarien kera!!

    Hayden Thompson, Narvel Felts ja Rudy Grayzellin Sun-levymerkin biisit samassa paketissa!

    26 tracks with 8 page booklet

    Original 1956 & 1957 Sun Records recordings from three legendary Rockabilly performers, Hayden Thompson, Narvel Felts & Rudy Grayzell including alternate versions & detailed liner-notes.

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  • Scott Jack - Way To Survive (Käytetty CD)

    11,00

    FIRST NEW JACK SCOTT STUDIO ALBUM IN OVER 50 YEARS – TO BE RELEASED IN OCTOBER 2015 ON BLUELIGHT RECORDS.

    It’s been a long time coming, but now it’s here! The new Jack Scott album ”Way to Survive” will be released on October 9th, 2015. The album consists of twelve country and rock ’n’ roll songs carefully selected by Jack himself and the Bluelight Records production team. Jack Scott recorded ”Way to Survive” in Finland with the same dream team responsible for the highly acclaimed Hayden Thompson and Mac Curtis albums.

    When Jack Scott first appeared on the rock ’n’ roll scene in the late 1950’s he immediately demonstrated a highly individual and powerful style. His first recordings with a snarling rockabilly attitude in 1957 exhibited a profound country rock synthesis and soon after he hit the charts with the tremendous ballad ”My True Love”. Jack Scott’s principal pop success came with strong ballads like ”What In the World’s Come Over You” and ”Burning Bridges” which were massive hits on both sides of the Atlantic in 1960. It was his ballads that marked Jack Scott’s unique contribution to rock ’n’ roll. They were the slowest, heaviest and gutsiest of the era.

    Born Giovanni Scafone on January 24th 1936 in Windsor, Ontario, Jack Scott signed a recording deal at the age of 21 in 1957 and over the next five years he scored 19 hit singles. Double A-sided single from 1958, ”My True Love” / ”Leroy”, became his first million-seller, with one song peaking at number three and the other at number 11 on the Billboard pop chart. It also became a Top Ten hit in England.

    The biggest follow-ups were ”Goodbye Baby” (1959 #8), ”What In the World’s Come Over You” (1960 #5) and ”Burning Bridges” (1960 #3). One of the most well-known songs of Jack Scott, “The Way I Walk”, was a minor hit for Jack himself but it became a punk rock anthem and was covered in the 1970’s by Robert Gordon and in the 1980’s by The Cramps and was featured in the movie Natural Born Killers.

    Jack Scott sounded tough, like someone you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley. Still today Jack Scott continues to vacillate between a cowboy crooner and a rough-edged rocker and he occasionally appears on the rockabilly circuit, still looking and sounding like a man you seriously don’t want to mess with.

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  • Various - That’ll Flat Git It Vol.38 – Rockabilly & Rock ’n’ Roll From The Vaults Of Liberty and Freedom Records (CD)

    18,00

    ILMESTYY LOKAKUUN 08.

    Bear Family Records® provides with the 38th volume in the successful CD series ’That’ll Flat Git It!’ the
    first comprehensive and carefully conceived showcase of the rockabilly and R&R recordings on
    Liberty Records and its sub-label Freedom.
    • Among the best-known Liberty and Freedom rockers were Eddie Cochran, Bobby Vee, Johnny
    Burnette and Johnny Olenn.
    • Our compilation also presents fellow artists like Al Casey, Bobby Lonero, Jackie Dee (who should be
    more familiar to music lovers as Jackie DeShannon), or Lee Ross and Wally Lewis – lesser known, but
    by no means musically any weaker!
    • Carefully restored and remastered recordings.
    • DeLuxe packaging with extensive liner notes by Bill Dahl and in-detail discographical information.

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  • Various - Wild!!! (Käytetty LP/12)

    25,00

    Yksi kautta-aikojen parhaita kokoelmista. 18 Wild tracks by 12 Wild & Wonderful women. THIS ROCKS!!!

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  • Various - Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll Ten – Shun Immoral Behaviour – We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight (CD)

    15,00

    During the Ten Commandments Of Rock ’N’ Roll Commandment Ten – Shun Immoral Behaviour – We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight Atomicat (ACCD059) the party begins and you start to enjoy being single. “For many, you are back to the beginning only wealthier, wiser, crazier, and party even harder.” Commandment Ten, states Shun Immoral Behaviour We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight Atomicat (ACCD059), and all you want to do is party with the Dial Tones and, Rock All Night or meet up with Tuff Green and, Go To The Liquor Store and some want the same thing as The Treniers, Poon-Tang! You naughty boys and girls drinking, fornicating and doing deals with Baron Lee the Reefer Man, oh who cares and you follow the direction of The Ravens and Jimmy Ricks and shout, “We’ll Raise a Ruckus Tonight.”

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  • Various - Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter (CD)

    15,00

    During the Ten Commandments Of Rock ’N’ Roll Commandment Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter Atomicat (ACCD058) life goes in two directions “You get over being single while others have an eternal hope of rekindling the lost love.” Commandment Nine – Fend Off Impassiveness – Lonesome For A Letter Atomicat (ACCD058) is the time to rebegin your love life and acknowledge the inner responses of acceptance: which Elvis Presley makes clear during, Put The Blame On Me, the optimist Thurston Harris hopes, You’re Gonna’ Need Me, and “Deacon” & The Rock ’n’ Rollers are brooding, I Don’t Wanna Leave, and the hopeful are still crying and waiting while Sanford Clark is, Lonesome For A Letter. Life moves on but the devil or angel shoulder situation continues, Darling Come Back (Pat Cordell and The Crescents) conflicts with the reality, Baby I Don’t Care (Eddie Bush).

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  • Various - Atomicat Hootenanny (CD)

    15,00

    Atomicat Hootenanny (Atomicat ACCD099) is compiled for high octane album, and the thirty “get up and move” titles encompasses: up-tempo white rock ‘n’ roll, shuffle feet rockabilly movers, rockin’ blues with a stomping beat, rhythmic strollers to please the ladies, two hard-hitting instrumental rockers, and titles about alcohol! The Hootenanny is aimed at New Year’s Eve parties, nevertheless, the not over-played and over-reissued titles have all year around playability, and the bop until you drop titles are compelling to hear.

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  • Various - Let´s Have A Funny Little Christmas (CD)

    15,00

    Tired of hearing the ”same old” boring Christmas songs? We have all been there. The good doctor, DJ ”Mojo” Man found a cure for this: 28 boss novelty Christmas songs that will make you spill your eggnog over the Christmas tree and guaranteed to instantly make you feel better during the Holiday season. This collection contains a cascade of novelty Holiday songs from Malcolm Dodds (Ich Bin Very Happy); The Marquees (Christmas In the Congo); The Holly Twins with Eddie Cochran (I Want Elvis For Christmas); Buchanan & Goodman (Santa & the Satellite); Augie Rios (Donde Esta Santa Claus?); Lord Beginner (Christmas Morning The Rum Had Me Yawning); Brenda Lee (I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus); Mad Milo (Elvis For Xmas); Ray Stevens (Santa Claus Is Watching You) and many more. Some are really funny and some are just hilarious. Dig that jive and Merry Christmas!

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  • Various - Meet Mrs. Santa Claus (CD)

    15,00

    The compiler of this collection, the ”Mojo” Man (a.k.a. Little Victor Mac) at Koko-Mojo Records is giving a piece of very good advice: add a feminine touch to your holidays this year. This time around Victor has handpicked 28 fabulous Christmas tunes by some real gone lady singers. It’s always all about Mr. Santa Claus here and Mr. Santa Claus there. It doesn’t have to be that way. Move over old man ’cause Mrs. Santa is coming to town. Many great tracks are featured from Mabel Scott (Boogie Woogie Santa Claus), Alma Cogan (Mrs. Santa Claus), Pearl Bailey (Jingle Bells Cha-Cha-Cha), Mahalia Jackson (Go tell It On The Mountain), The Platters with their female vocalist Zola Taylor singing lead (All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth), Eartha Kitt with a gritty and rarely heard live version of a song ( Santa Baby) recorded in 1962. More little known gems come from Ozie Ware (Santa Claus Bring My Man Back), Jan Bradley (Christmas Time), Ruby Wright (Santa’s Little Sleigh Bells), Marlene Paula (I Want To Spend Christmas With Elvis), Dinah Washington (Ole Santa), Lillian Briggs (Rock ‘N’ Roll-y Poly Santa Claus), Bertha “Chippie” Hill (Christmas Man Blues) and other dangerous ladies behind a microphone. It’s hard to find a bad track here. This could easily become a series for the next holiday seasons.

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  • Various - Bronze Christmas (CD)

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    Another fantastic Christmas delight from Koko-Mojo Records (and the first one on their ”Black History” Series). Back in the day the term ”bronze” was used in the USA to describe African Americans. In other words, it was a synonym of negro, black, sepia, coloured etcetera. After trying all these names, the compiler of this anthology (the mighty ”Mojo” Man) decided to call it “Bronze Christmas” because ”Black Christmas” was too obvious and has been largely used for many similar projects. Nevertheless, this compilation is all about ”Black Christmas” and black folks singing about Christmas, New Year’s Eve etcetera. The ”Mojo” Man (a.k.a. Little Victor Mac) selected some of his favourite tunes by ”bronze” artists guaranteed to make your Christmas maybe a little less white but merrier and with a whole lot of extra soul. This collection features 28 songs from the likes of the Mills Brothers (their version of ”Here Comes Santa Claus” included here inspired Elvis Presley who used their arrangements on his 1957 Christmas album), Louis Armstrong, Harry Crafton, Chuck Berry, Larry Darnell, Hank Ballard, Big Bud, Little Willie Littlefield, The Pilgrim Travellers (their version ”I’ll Be Home For Christmas” was also popularized by Elvis), Huey Piano Smith, Ella Fitzgerald and a lot more.

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  • Berry Chuck - Bio / Chuck Berry ’75 (CD)

    18,00

    The late, great Chuck Berry’s last two albums for Chess Records, dating from 1973 and 1975. ‘Bio’ has Elephant’s Memory providing backing on most tracks, who had come to fame by backing John Lennon
    ‘Chuck Berry ’75’ is a mixture of Berry originals and covers, and brought down the curtain on his 21 year association as a Chess recording artist.

    Digitally remastered and slipcased With extensive new notes

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  • Various - Meteor – Hillbilly Bop Memphis Style (Käytetty LP/12)

    25,00

    Klassikko albumi! Kunnon 50s Rockabilly-Hillbillyä Memphisistä!

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