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Cash Johnny - At Folsom Prison: 50th Anniversary Legacy Edition 5LP (RSD) (Käytetty LP/12)€150,00
AIKOJAS SITTEN LOPPUUNMYYTY! YHÄ MUOVEISSA ! UUSI ! Mukana myös ennenjulkaisematonta harjoitusmatskua.
”Hello… I’m Johnny Cash.” With those four words, The Man In Black solidified his legend as outlaw country pioneer with two spirited sets recorded at Folsom State Prison in 1968 and released as At Folsom Prison, one of the most acclaimed live albums of all time.
This special box set includes both full concerts, including performances by June Carter, Carl Perkins and The Statler Brothers.
This numbered deluxe package, featuring individually designed LP jackets packaged in a deluxe hardshell slipcase with an eight page, 12″ x 12″ booklet, and also includes a bonus 12″ single featuring previously unreleased audio of Cash and friends rehearsing at the El Rancho Motel in Sacramento, CA the night before the concerts.
Release type: RSD Exclusive Release
Gordon Robert And Link Wray - Their First Nationwide Tour: Armadillo World Headquarters Austi, TX Nov. 6, 1977 (CD)€20,00
”THEIR FIRST NATIONWIDE TOUR: ARMADILLO WORLD HEADQUARTERS, AUSTIN, TX, NOVEMBER 9, 1977
” features an fantastic, never-before released concert from their first tour across the US. Robert and Link were getting rave reviews in publications like ’Rolling Stone’, and their first hit ’Red Hot’ was doing well in the charts. This Austin gig was particularly significant in that a lot of great musicians were in the crowd, including both Vaughan brothers. And Robert and Link were ready, and rocked the audience with songs like ’Summertime Blues’, ’The Fool’ and ’Baby Let’s Play House’. A real surprise is the first-ever version of ’The Way I Walk’, performed here one month before they recorded it. The ambient live recording really places you in that Texas crowd on that memorable night. Also included are a selection of tracks from their Chicago gig on the same tour, as well as the rare ’Don Kirshner Rock Concert’ broadcast.
This historically important recording is packaged in a beautiful digipack with relevant photos, liner notes, recording data and memorabilia from the concert.
Cauthen Paul - Have Mercy EP (CD)€10,00
Somewhere between an EP and an album, Cauthen’s new seven-track collection, Have Mercy, is a stunning showcase of the pure power of truth and love. Building off the success of My Gospel, the Texas troubadour’s breakout debut, Have Mercy pushes Cauthen’s songwriting to new heights as he searches for common ground and peace of mind in an increasingly polarized world.
Head Cat - Rock N’ Roll Riot On The Sunset Strip (Limited Silver Vinyl) (LP)€29,90
Limited PINK vinyl LP.
Live archive release featuring three towering figures in the L.A. music scene performing one spectacular night of rockabilly mayhem – captured live at the legendary Cat Club in Hollywood CA. Lemmy of Motorhead, Slim Jim Phantom of Stray Cats and Danny B. Harvey light up the stage in this awesome concert appearance featuring some all-time classics – ”Good Rockin’ Tonight,” ”Blue Suede Shoes,” ”Reelin’ And Rockin’,” ”Lawdy, Miss Clawdy” and more.
Presley Elvis - Elvis – April 10 1972, Richmond (2CD) (Käytetty CD)€35,00
A fantastic double CD album taken from the original 8 and 16 track master tapes!
Welcome to another spectacular ‘Elvis On Tour’ release, brought to you by the Victrola label. Our recent ‘Greensboro, April 14, ‘72’ release was very well received, despite some reviewers failing to point out the fact that we presented a genuine, recently prepared, unreleased mix of the show as well as unreleased bits and pieces of the rehearsals on disc two.
The April 10, 1972 Richmond, VA concert was released several times by various labels. Only two releases stands out: original 1995 Vicky label CD ‘Carry Me Back To Old Virginia’ – first ever release of this show in mono (incomplete) and 2008 Madison label CD ‘Red Hot In Richmond’ – first release in original 1972 narrow stereo (complete).
Richmond concert was never available in professionally remixed quality – until now! For the first time, these are actual multi-track master recordings that have been used as a source for this show.
In 2013, Richmond show was remixed in renewed studio, using original 8- and 16-track tapes for an audiovisual project which was never finished and new mix was stored back in the vaults of the record company. Victrola label obtained original 2013 remix together with Greensboro show and decided to release it due to its absolutely stunning sound quality. Richmond show never sounded better!
Critics, predictably, will point out that this can’t be true because ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ is still incomplete and therefore Victorola can’t be having an original recording and mix of this show. Well, in fact we do have that. We also have the original ‘On Tour’ paperwork from the vaults.
Upon reading this paperwork it becomes clear that the ‘On Tour’ shows were recorded in both 16-track and 8-track. The reason behind recording it on both 16- and 8-track is probably due to the fact that it was a) not a regular concert recording but also the recording of a soundtrack for a movie and b) the 8-track could also be meant as a safety back-up, just in case something went wrong with the 16-track recording.
The official paperwork also reveals that almost half of the Richmond show is in the Sony vaults on 16-track tapes, the other half is on 8-track tapes. It makes one wonder if some of the original 16-track tapes are missing or are in the hands of collectors or are perhaps stored in the MGM vaults? The paperwork also proves that ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ was not (!) recorded other than only a very small snippet of the beginning of the song. ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ from the Richmond show is listed in the official paperwork as being ‘Film Company Number: 51’. The paperwork then reads:‘One (1) 8 track copy of original recording (overlaps and songs missing)’. Then there are handwritten notes, also from the vaults, of someone writing down about what is on the ‘On Tour’ tapes. The writer notes about ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ of the Richmond show: ‘brief’. In other words: short / incomplete. So there you have it: some of the ‘On Tour’ recordings in the Sony vaults are incomplete and ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ was not recorded in full and therefore missing from the tape.
Obviously the ‘main course’ of our release is the spectacular sounding Richmond concert on disc one, with the incomplete ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’, but fortunately only the start of the song is missing.
We have added second disc with ‘an overview’ of ‘Elvis On Tour’, featuring songs recorded during the March 1972 studio rehearsal sessions in Hollywood, CA and live songs from April 9, 1972 Hampton Roads, VA evening show and April 18, 1972 San Antonio, TX in glorious stereo. We have included two great monaural tracks from the April 5th 1972, Buffalo rehearsal, too.
This disc starts with the (little bit naughty) March 30, 1972 take 2 rehearsal of ‘Burning Love’. This time in better sound then before. We all know that when Elvis starts changing lyrics and laughing, he is in a great mood. Through several interesting rehearsals we come to a collection of songs from above mentioned shows recorded for ‘On Tour’. All these tracks are taken from the original tapes and latest, unreleased, mixes from the vaults. Your special attention is requested for the great sound on the recordings of San Antonio, TX, April 18, 1972!
As a very pleasant and special feature, we have added 8 tracks recorded during Elvis concerts in Madison Square Garden on June 10, 1972. All these recordings come in a different mix, prepared back in 1972 by RCA in Japan. This mix is very rare and hardly ever heard. It features some instruments much more prominent in the mix such as the organ and Glen D. Hardin on piano and some errors (feedbacks) which were later repaired in studio. The sound is fantastic and we feel that the recording of ‘The Impossible Dream’ shines more than ever before.
We sincerely hope you will enjoy this second Victrola release, featuring material from ‘Elvis On Tour’ and recognize the fact that we are bringing you this material in the best quality possible.
All tracks were taken from original sources and digitally restored and remastered in renewed studio for your listening pleasure. CD1 all tracks are stereo. CD2 all tracks are stereo except for tracks 9 & 10.
”Elvis April 10, 1972 Richmond” release is presented in a deluxe double digipak accompanied with a 16-page booklet. Most of photos used for this project were taken in Richmond, April 10, 1972. Front cover cool image was taken in El Paso, November 10, 1972. Additional photos from Hampton Roads, April 09, 1972, selected March/April 1972 candid shots and photos taken during Madison Square Garden performances in June 1972 have also been added
The Victrola label is planning more releases in 2019, including fantastic 180grams vinyl versions of Greensboro and Richmond concerts in a beautiful gatefold sleeve, and with a large booklet filled with many rare pix and several interesting CDs too, so stay tuned!
Presley Elvis - Murfreesboro ’74 (2CD) (CD)€50,00
FTD is pleased to announce the release of “ELVIS: MURFREESBORO ‘74”. Released as a 5” digipack, this 2-CD set features Elvis in great form from two shows on March 14th and 19th at the Murfreesboro Middle State Tennessee University. The sound quality and performances from Elvis and the band are really powerful. “Steamroller Blues” will knock your socks off!.
ENNENJULKAISEMATTOMIA SOUNDBOARD ÄÄNITYKSIÄ!!!!!!!
Squirrel Nut Zippers - Beasts Of Burgundy (LP)€29,90
These songs are dedicated to out familiesm all Squirrels past and present, Jazz Poet Ron Cuccia, and the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.
A Note From the Band:
After many years and incarnations, we would like to say how grateful we are for the wonderful opportunities and grand times you have given us. It’s with heartfelt warmth we share out thanks and appreciation!
Thanks to deLisle Guitars.
Thanks to Alex Holeman – Guiding Hand of the S.S. Zipper
Presley Elvis - Holiday Season In Vegas (Hilton Hotel ’75) (CD)€50,00
FTD is pleased to announce the release of “ELVIS: “HOLIDAY SEASON IN VEGAS (Hilton Hotel ’75)”. Released as a 5” digipack, this 2-CD set features Elvis in great form from the Hilton Holiday Season shows in December 1975 Las Vegas.
The shows are ‘soundboard quality’ and the AUDIO has sonic imperfections. It is on the original source tape.
Colter Wall - Songs Of The Plains (LP)
After two years of relentless touring, Colter Wall wanted to make an album about home. Drawing on the stories of Saskatchewan, Canada, the young songwriter’s corner of the world takes shape throughout his second full-length album, Songs of the Plains.
Produced by Dave Cobb in Nashville’s Studio A, the project combines striking original folk songs, well-chosen outside cuts, and a couple of traditional songs that reflect his roots growing up in the small city of Swift Current.
Presley Elvis - Avventura In Oriente 3CD Boxset (Käytetty CD)€40,00
Victrola label is proud to present an ultimate release of Elvis’ ”HARUM SCARUM’ movie soundtrack material.
What makes this new release so special? Most of it has been released before, but never before in such pristine quality!
The outtakes come from a direct copy of a DAT cassette that was made on November 1989 in New York City.
It was a surprise to discover masters that we had not heard in the way before. On this DAT copy there were also other outtakes from other studio sessions. Most of these outtakes have been released before but never before have they been heard in stereo. The special feature of the Harum Scarum sessions is that the songs were recorded with two drummers that can also be heard simultaneously, this is clearly audible in the sessions.
The mono masters come from the first English pressing of the UK LP Harem Holiday. What you hear is the authentic sound that was on the LP.
As this release deals with the year 1965, some other songs are included on this release as a bonus features, i.e.:
– Crying In the Chapel: was issued on April 6, 1965, in RCA’s ’Gold Standard Series’. It became Elvis’ first million seller (!) since ’Return To Sender’ in 1962 and his greatest chart success over a six-year span.
– (Such An) Easy Question: was released as a single on June 8, 1965. It was the follow-up release to ’Crying In The Chapel’ and peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The single reached the top of the Billboard Easy Listening Chart, spending two weeks at number one in July 1965. The song was also included on the soundtrack for the movie ’Tickle Me’, released on June 3, 1965.
Do not miss your opportunity to obtain an ultimate “Harum Scarum” release from renowned Victrola label!
Presley Elvis - My Wish Came True (Käytetty CD)€20,00
It was the 1st tour of 1977 and in spite of his unhealthy look, Elvis was in solid voice – especially near the end of the tour. February 20 is one of best shows of the tour and it marked the first time that Elvis attempted his recent single ”Moody Blue“.
Our release has been taken directly from a 1st generation copy of an original audience recorded master cassette tape, as recorded by Claude Baker (aka Crazy Canuck), who passed away in September 2016. Claude attended, and recorded, all of Elvis’ shows during the February tour of 1977.
Portions of the Charlotte concert were previously released from a soundboard tape on the official ’Follow That Dream’ label, but this show has never been available on CD in its entirety before. Note: This is the very last audience-recorded show from the February 1977 tour that is still unreleased. The sound quality is very good. There are highlights a-plenty, including a soulful ’You Gave Me A Mountain’, strong versions of ’My Way’ and ’How Great Thou Art’, and a truly gorgeous ’Unchained Melody’.
As usual, this release is presented in a de-luxe 6-panel digipak, with a collection of photos taken in Charlotte, February 20th, 1977 and two local press reviews. With special thanks to our dear friend, the late Bob Heis.
Glenn Glen - Pick ’Em Up And Lay ’Em Down! (10``LP)€20,00
Glen Glenn is a name held in high esteem by rockabilly fans and was a second generation artist who developed his own style’.
12 recordings from the Era label catalog, 1955–1963. Contains different versions from the originally released records.
Previously unseen photos and information from Deke Dickerson.
Carefully restored and mastered for our high-quality 10“ LP series.
Glen Glenn and Gary Lambert had to wait until the 1980s for the new generation of fans to pay homage
to them and ecstatically dance to their three Era label releases issued under Glen’s name, and it is these
recordings on which their reputation is firmly cemented.
The booklet style sleeve contains the 110 gram vinyl, 10 inch album, and the sleeve is adorned with
photographs and fascinating information from scribe Deke Dickerson.
Wynette Tammy - Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad – Take Me To Your World / I Don`t Wanna Play House (CD)€15,00
For the first time the first two solo albums of country legend Tammy Wynette from 1967 and 1968 are released on one CD – including the chart toppers ”Take Me To Your World” and ”I Don’t Wanna Play House”.