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  • Nelson Rick - For You – The Decca Years 1963-69 (6CD Boxset + BOOK) (CD)



    The follow-up to Bear Family’s 8-CD box ’Ricky Nelson-The American Dream.’

     Every Decca recording from 1963-1969, including every hit, every single, every LP!

     Includes worldwide hits like String Along, Fools Rush In, For You, The Very Thought Of You, and

    Rick’s best-selling Dylan interpretation She Belongs To Me.

     ???-page hardcover book written by award-winning journalist Todd Everett.

     Full discography, and many unpublished photos including some from Rick’s uncle!

     Fabulous musicianship from James Burton, Glen Campbell, Al Casey, Clarence White of the Byrds,

    and Randy Meisner of the Eagles.

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  • Movie - Country Music (A Film By Ken Burns) (Blu-Ray)


    Upea 16 tunnin dokumentti.

    Ken Burns’ eight-part, 16-hour documentary series, COUNTRY MUSIC, chronicles the history of a uniquely American art form, focusing on the biographies of the fascinating characters who created it. More than eight years in the making, the film follows the evolution of country music from its diverse and humble origins as it emerged, by the end of the twentieth century, into a worldwide phenomenon. Filled with memorable musical moments, interviews with more than 80 country music artists, and evocative footage and photographs – it weaves an unforgettable story that is both intimate and sweeping.


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  • Various - Take It Off! Strip Tease Classics (Käytetty CD)


    22 Striptease Klassikkoa…Mahtava päälikansi! Al Bundyn suositus!

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  • Cream - Singles 1967-1970 (10 x 7″ single boxset) (7 single/EP)


    10 x 7” singles from the original rock power trio. Cream blazed an indelible trail through the latter half of the ‘60s with their challenging and exquisite mélange of blues, pop and psychedelia. These tracks offered a window to the wilder, widescreen adventures of their long players and here they are in glorious mono with specially designed picture sleeves; a fitting tribute to the skills of the three players, and especially to Jack Bruce, who left us in October 2014.

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  • Rhythm Lords - Lonewolf (CD)


    Kolahtaa varmasti kaikille Fab Thunderbirds faneille! Java Headed Woman/Itns My Soul/ Gonna Ride/Just One Of The Days/Scorpion/Let Her Go…

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  • Rhythm Lords - Happy Hour (CD)


    Tiukkaa rhythm-blues kamaa Californiasta…Voodoo Queen/Pay His Way/The Bell Has Tolled/Down Down Down/You Got Me Wrong/Wait On Time/24 Hours/Made Up My Mind…

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  • Various - The Best Of Twist-A-Rama (CD)


    1965 Garage Sounds from the Mohawk Valley! Jaguars/Patty & The Hangmen/Toffs/Galaxies/Willie & The New Yorkers…

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  • Various - Hi-Ball Lounge Sessions Vol 1 (CD)


    Upea Swing kokoelma! Jos uusi swing kama ei ole tuttua, niin tässä hyvä levy tutustua siihen. Lee Press On The Nail/Lavay Smith/Chazz Cats/Steve Lucky…

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  • Various - Jukebox Cowboy (Käytetty CD)


    Alternative country…22 biisiä. Dan Penn/Kevin Coyne…

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  • Various - Sun Rock 8CD Boxset + BOOK (CD)


    8-CD box (LP-format) with 224-page hardcover book, 254 tracks, total playing time approx. 10 hours and 20 minutes. The Sun Rock Box, the inevitable box. Again, new audio, new photos, new information, and new interviews make this into a very special companion to the other two Sun genre boxes. And once again the story is not just the big artists, like Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich, or Roy Orbison, it’s in wild men like Billy Riley, Sonny Burgess, Mack Vickery, Jesse Lee Turner, and many more. Even Charley Pride, who became the first and only African American country superstar, made his first recordings as a rock and roll singer at Sun!Between 1950 and 1960, Sun Records founder Sam Phillips discovered and produced B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Ike Turner, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich, and Roy Orbison, artists who changed the way popular music was made. With a staff of no more than one or two people, he did this from a small storefront studio in Memphis, Tennessee. Others who made their first recordings at Sun include Rufus Thomas, Bobby Bland, Junior Parker, Little Milton, Conway Twitty, Charlie Pride, and many more!In 1952, after producing one of the biggest pre-rock and roll hits, Jackie Brenston’s ”Rocket 88”, Sam Phillips launched Sun Records with one local release, and then folded the label for a year. In 1953, he re-launched Sun, scored major hits with rhythm and blues, country, and rock and roll artists, and created an identifiable Sun Sound along the way. He continued to release singles on Sun until 1968.

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  • Vincent Gene - The Outtakes 6CD Boxset (CD)


    Odotettu boxi. Sisältää eri-otoksia! — -the ultimate collection for the ultimate rock ’n’ roll fan.

    – With this collection and Bear Family’s companion volume, fans can own every single note ever

    recorded by the true King of Rock ’n’ Roll!

    – Sit in the control room alongside the producer as Gene Vincent records his classics. Listen to

    the chatter. Share in the decisions!

    – Fans of legendary producer Joe Meek (the British Phil Spector) will find previously unreleased

    sessions he produced.

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  • Various - Nashville Stars on Tour 4CD + DVD Boxset (CD)



    – An incredible document of a ground-breaking tour!

    – Undiscovered for more than 40 years! Audio and video of RCA Nashville’s bold attempt

    to introduce country music to Europe!

    – Bonus follow-up recordings of RCA’s Nashville stars singing in German!


    In April 1964, at the beginning of Beatlemania, RCA Nashville took the bold step of sending its biggest stars to Europe.

    Those making the trip were Jim Reeves, Bobby Bare, The Anita Kerr Singers, and Chet Atkins. Fortunately, several of

    the concerts were recorded and even filmed. After the tour, RCA in Nashville encouraged all of its major stars, including

    Jim Ed Brown, Willie Nelson, Skeeter Davis, and Stu Phillips, to record in German, and those German-language

    recordings are included complete for the first time!

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  • James Sonny - The Complete 1952-1962 6CD Box Set + BOOK (CD)



    To many, the first ten years of Sonny James’s recording career is summarized by a single hit: Young Love. That’s not surprising, since relatively few of his early singles were anthologized on LP, much less on compact disc.

    This boxed set corrects this oversight by presenting every surviving recording ’The Southern Gentleman’ made between 1952 and 1962, across six compact discs. The first two discs feature James’s rarely heard country sides, including the original I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know and such chart singles as That’s Me Without You, She Done Give Her Heart To Me, For Rent (One Empty Heart), Twenty Feet Of Muddy Water, and The Cat Came Back. The heart of the box set collects such teen pop sides as Young Love, You’re The Reason I’m In Love, First Date, First Kiss, First Love, Uh-Huh-mm, You’ve Got That Touch, and Talk Of The School, plus all three of James’s original Capitol albums. The set ends with the singer’s often-overlooked NRC, RCA Victor and Dot sides, including Jenny Lou and his vocal version of the guitar standard, Apache.

    For listeners who only know the singer through Young Love and his remarkable string of country hits through the sixties and seventies, ’Young Love’ reveals a warm, engaging performer who was more versatile than most of his fans realize. Produced with James’s cooperation, this collection includes a XXX-page book by Dave Samuelson covering his early years on radio with the Loden Family through his 1963 return to Capitol Records

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  • Big Shots Featuring Johnny Fabulous - None Of Your Business (Käytetty CD)


    A unique version of Jump Swing with elements of jazz, blues, lounge, bad Italian movies, fifties R&B and comedy.

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  • Various - Northwest Battle Of The Bands Vol 1 (CD)


    ”by Scott McCaughey

    Whoo boy, it’s about time this story really got told! Volume One of the Northwest Battle Of The Bands is the tip of the iceberg, as Alec [Palao] tells me there are at least four more coming. This is the stuff that not only kept 60s teens dancing, but also the stuff that inspired so many Seattle, Olympia, Portland and other Pacific Northwest bands to pick up guitars and make noise, from the late 70s right into the 90s. There was a flourishing scene in the mid-60s built on raw rock’n’roll bands and independent labels like Jerden and Etiquette, and that’s what happened again in the late 80s-early 90s – a regional, self-proficient approach that didn’t really give a shit about what was happening in L.A. and New York. There’s a direct line from the Sonics and Wailers and Ventures and Raiders and Frantics and Kingsmen to the Telepaths and Wipers and Moberlys and the Lewd to the U-Men to the Young Fresh Fellows to Girl Trouble to Beat Happening to Mudhoney to Soundgarden to friggin’ Nirvana or whatever you want. It’s the root of the Northwest sound, why fight it. And now Big Beat is digging out those roots for us…

    If you’re a 60s garage fiend loser like me, you may know some of these tracks. If you don’t know the Sonics, get yourself a goddamn life! ’You’ve Got Your Head On Backwards’ is a classic, covered by such luminaries as my very Young Fresh Fellows (in 1985) and Thee Headcoats. The intro to the Don & The Goodtimes hit ’Little Sally Tease’is definitive NW drum pounding, and it’s not so hard to imagine Don Gallucci at the helm of the Stooges’ ’Funhouse’ sessions; no kidding and I am not. Maybe you wouldn’t think ’The Owl & The Pussycat’ prime material for a guitar/organ combo, but I do believe the Bards may change your mind with their Them/Zombies-inspired re-telling. And the Monkees take on ’Tomorrow’s Gonna Be Another Day’ was swell, but when Sir Raleigh & the Cupons cut their lead guitarist loose on it, the Monkees’ later version quietly takes a back seat. When the Dimensions say ’She’s Boss’, I listen. Another Northwest anthem soon to be covered by Mudhoney! (Right, boys?)

    But it’s the previously unreleased tracks that get me really excited, because, again, there’s more to come, and the quality of stuff being unearthed is obviously amazing. If this is the Express I know from the lo-fi but over-the-top ’Long Green’ on the Highs Of The Mid-60s, then thank god another track has been found – the relentless fuzz stomp ’Wastin’ My Time’ does not disappoint. That the spooky ’Goodbye’ by the Liberty Party has never been covered by the Cramps can only be because they haven’t heard it! And the Rock-N-Souls version of the Wailers’ ’Turn And Run’ confirms again the Northwest has the best screamers west of the Little Richard River.

    Now one other thing that needs to be mentioned is the sonic quality of all this. It’s all from Jerry Dennon’s Jerden-Piccadilly-Panorama archives, master tapes that were obviously stored properly, and recorded by folks who knew what to do in a time when many engineers threw their hands up at ”that crazy kids’ music”! Mr Kearney Barton of Audio Recording in Seattle, where most of this stuff was cut, wasn’t afraid to peg those meters and still get every instrument balanced on tape. I’ve worked with Kearney (yes, he’s still at it) and he’ll get you the sound you want, whether you’re a punk band or a barbershop quartet. First time I came into Audio Recording with the Young Fresh Fellows, we said ”We wanna sound like the Sonics” and he just went to work. And it worked! Best-sounding thing we ever recorded! Might not have been music to a radio programmers ears, but what the hell do they know?

    I can’t wait for Volumes Two through Five. This is the shit. And you can quote me on that.

    (Scott McCaughey plays guitar and organ with The Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5, R.E.M., The New Original Sonic Sound, etc.)”

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