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  • Zetterberg Sven - Let Me Get Over It (Käytetty CD)


        Backing Vocals – Lotten Andersson, Malin Bäckström
        Bass – Hasse Ericsson (tracks: 1,5-7,9,11-12), Tommy Cassemar (tracks: 2-4,8,10,13-14)
        Dobro – Göran Wennerbrandt (tracks: 6)
        Drums – Marcus Andersson
        Harmonica – Greger ”Knock-Out Greg” Andersson (tracks: 14)
        Organ – Pelle Piano
        Piano – Fredrik Gustafsson
        Rhythm Guitar – Anders Léwen
        Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Tore Berglund
        Trumpet – Karl Orlandersson
        Vocals, Lead Guitar – Sven Zetterberg

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  • Presley Elvis - Memphis Sessions `69 (Käytetty CD)


    Mahtava albumi Follow That Dream fan club labeliltä! Pääosin ennenjulkaisemattomia otoksia Elviksen `69 vuoden Memphis äänutyksistä. Klassikkokamaa. MUST! jokaiselle ELVIS fanille!

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  • Presley Elvis - Dixieland Rocks (Käytetty CD)


    Loistava tasoinen keikka 6.5,1975 Murfreesborosta + Bonuksena 07.05. Konsertista Love Me Tender ja Bridge Over Troubled Water.

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  • Nelson Ricky - The American Dream – The Complete Imperial & Verve Recordings 1957-1962 (6CD Boxset) (CD)


    TÄYDELLINEN !! Mukana mahtava kovakantinen kirja!!

    ABOUT RICKY NELSON…They call me a teenage idol…” Ricky Nelson sang in 1962. And of course he was the prototypical teenage idol. Already one of the most familiar faces on American television, he cut his first single at the age of seventeen. That single, I’m Walkin’, quickly amassed impressive sales and launched a career that would span three decades. A fan of Sun rockabilly, Ricky assembled his own band with a fabulous rock ’n’ roll sound, featuring guitarist James Burton, who would join him in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He drew songs from some of the era’s greatest writers, including Johnny and Dorsey Burnette, Baker Knight, Gene Pitney, and Johnny Cash

    And just in case anyone thought that the family sitcom made Ricky Nelson a star, it’s worth remembering that the show wasn’t broadcast outside the United States, but Ricky was an international star, an influence on Cliff Richard, and an early favorite of Paul McCartney, among many others.

    ABOUT THIS BOXED SET…Twenty-five years in the making! Ever since Bear Family Records started, we’ve wanted to do the complete Ricky Nelson recordings on Verve and Imperial. Few artists had the consistency …and few were as influential. But we didn’t want to do an incomplete job so we waited until we had access to all the original masters and session tapes so that we could do it absolutely right.Now we’re ready, and here’s what we found!

    * Every Rick Nelson recording for Verve and Imperial in pristine original sound quality from the original tapes!

    * The very rare Challenge recordings with the FLEAS and THROPHIES featuring Ricky.

    * Many titles in stereo as well as mono!

    * Many previously unissued alternate takes, not included on the recent boxed set or elsewhere!

    * Sessions with false starts and incomplete takes. We’ll take you to Master Recorders for a Ricky Nelson session!

    * Rare TV performances, including duets with Lorrie Collins of the Collins Kids.

    * Rare movie performances including a duet with Dean Martin!

    * An incredible hardcover book with many previously unpublished photos and a newly researched biography by Los Angeles-based music journalist Todd Everett!

    * New 3-track mixes by Bill Inglot. Do we need to say more? * Yes we do: The production and final mastering is done by the ’One and Only Bob Jones!’

    * Did we forget to mention hits? They’re all here: I’m Walkin’, Be-Bop Baby, Stood Up, Waitin’ In School, Believe What You Say, My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It, Poor Little Fool, Lonesome Town, I Got A Feelin’, Never Be Anyone Else But You, It’s Late, Just A Little Too Much, Travelin’ Man, Hello Mary Lou, A Wonder Like You, Young World, Teenage Idol, It’s Up To You, Today’s Teardrops…and many more!* = STEREO”

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  • Orbison Roy - Orbison 1955 – 1965 7CD Box set (CD)


    The ultimate Orbison! Between 1955 and 1965 Roy Orbison revolutionised popular music and these are the recordings that did it! This 7-CD set includes every recording from his golden decade!

    Beginning his career as a rockabilly singer on Jew-Wel and Sun Records, Roy scored one hit, Ooby Dooby, and left many great early rare and rockin’ sides behind …Problem Child, Down The Line, Rockhouse, Cat Called Domino... as well as songs he wrote for Buddy Holly, like An Empty Cup and You’ve Got Love. Then Roy’s song Claudette (both early demo’s included here for the first time!) became a hit for the Everly Brothers, and Roy went to Nashville to record first for RCA, then Monument.

    At Monument Records, Roy made the most perfectly realised pop music of the early-to-mid Sixties. Bruce Sprinsteen spoke of its mysterious sense of longing.” As Roy’s contemporaries fell to the British Invasion, he went from strength to strength. All of his Monument recordings are complete here for the first time. All the hits, Uptown, Only The Lonely, Blue Angel, I’m Hurtin’, Running Scared, Crying, Candy Man, Dream Baby, In Dreams, Falling, Mean Woman Blues, Blue Bayou, Pretty Paper, It’s Over, Oh Pretty Woman, and more! All the B-sides, including songs that became big hits for other artists, like Today’s Teardrops, Love Hurts, and Distant Drums. And all the album tracks from all the Monument LPs, plus previously unissued alternate takes and rare demo’s! This set concludes with Roy’s first MGM hit, Ride Away from 1965, closing out incredible 10 years…10 years that changed the way popular music was made.

    Altogether, this set includes more than 150 recordings, as well as an LP-sized book that includes many previously unseen photographs, a newly researched biography by Colin Escott, and a complete discography.

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  • Various - Good Rockin` Tonight-The Legacy Of Sun Records (DVD)


    ”Sam Phillips’s Sun Records will forever be best known as the label for which Elvis Presley made his timeless first recordings. But Sun earned its legendary status by also recording any number of other blues and rock & roll greats, including Howlin’ Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash. This 112-minute, 2001 documentary from PBS’s American Masters series features plenty of reminiscences by Sun old-timers (including the ever-voluble Phillips, who was not, apparently, universally loved by his artists) and some vintage film footage. But the best moments come when more contemporary artists–ranging from Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, and Mark Knopfler to Live, Third Eye Blind, Ben Folds, and even Kid Rock–do their versions of Sun classics like ”Honey Don’t” and ”That’s All Right Mama.” Several of these performances can also be found on the excellent Good Rockin’ Tonight CD; the documentary is good, but if you have to make a choice, go with the CD. -Sam Graham


    Historians may never agree about where and when rock ’n’ roll was born, but they do agree that an entrepreneur in the world of music named Sam Phillips began a revolution and spawned a legacy when he created Sun Records. This Memphis-based success story defined some of the most appealing roots of American popular culture with such seminal artists as Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and so many others, all reprised in this two-hour American Masters film with such performers as Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and Live, many accompanied by Elvis’ original sidemen, Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana. Highlights include a moving rendition of ”Lonely Weekends” with Jerry Lee Lewis and Matchbox Twenty, and an emotional reunion of old Mississippi Delta musicians. Songs: That’s All Right (Paul McCartney), Honey Don’t (Ben Folds Five), Rock n’ Roll Ruby (Mark Knopfler), I Walk the Line (Live), My Bucket’s Got a Hole in It (Robert Plant & Jimmy Page), Blue Suede Shoes (Johnny Hallyday), Who Will the Next Fool Be (Zucchero), Cry, Cry, Cry (Third Eye Blind), Drinkin’ Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee (Malcolm Yelvington and Kid Rock), Lonely Weekend (Matchbox Twenty).”

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  • Watson Dale - Every Song I Write Is For You (Käytetty CD)


    Long inspired by country legends who endured tragedy and heartache, Dale Watson received a double dose of both in 2000. Devastated after his fiancée died in a car crash in September, Watson attempted suicide by drug overdose after Christmas and wound up committing himself to a mental health institution. After his release, he wrote songs to confront his pain, resulting in Every Song I Write Is for You, a moving, inspiring journey through past joys, present pain, and, ultimately, healing. Emotions of bereavement run through every number: sorrow (I Can’t Let You Go”), anger (”Our First Times and Our Last Times”), sacrifice (”I’d Deal with the Devil”), and acceptance (”I See Your Face in Every Face I See” and ”These Things We’ll Never Do”). Misty, atmospheric arrangements, occasional jazzy rhythms, and (synthesized) strings in the Billy Sherrill tradition frame each number to perfection. As mainstream Nashville leans on cotton-candy kid stuff to maintain eroding audiences, Watson has not only regained his personal bearings, he’s created a classic of staggering proportion, a powerful reminder of what this music is really about. -Rich Kienzle”

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  • Happy Drivers - Epica-Carmina (Käytetty LP/12)


    Uusintapainos ja samalla ekaa kertaa vinyylinä. Tiukkaa neo/psycho kamaa Ranskasta.

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