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  • Presley Elvis - Love, Elvis (Käytetty CD)


    Hieno kokoelma Elvarin rakkauslauluja. Mukana ennenjulkaisematon versio For The Good Times biisistä [#].

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  • Rick Broussard's Two Hoots and a Holler - Same (Käytetty CD)


    They’re probably the most legendary roots-rock/rockabilly bands to ever come out of Austin (Jesse Dayton).


     Brian Thomas – Guitar (Steel)

     Dennis Ku – Engineer

     Eric Tucker – Drums

     Erik Hokkanen – Fiddle

     Ernie Wells – Mastering

     Jesse Dayton – Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Percussion, Producer

     Matt Eskey – Graphic Design

     Rick Casper” Rawls – Guitar

     Rick Broussard – Guitar, Vocals

     Steve Chadie – Engineer

     Tony Scalzo – Organ

     Vic Gerard – Guitar (Bass)”

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  • Teddy & The Tigers - Golden Years (2CD) (Käytetty CD)


    Legendaarisimman kotimaisen rockabilly-trio Teddy & the Tigersin ensimmäinen definitiivinen kokoelma on vihdoin tässä. Tuplakokoelmalla on Tigersien 42 hittiä, mm.Tiger Twist” ja ”Dancing Shoes”. Teddy & the Tigers oli bändi, joka suisti mm. Hurriganesin valtaistuimeltaan. Se myi 120 000 levyä ja oli aikansa suosituin rockabilly -bändi, jonka johdosta rockabilly -buumi rantautui Suomeen. Oman kautensa Dingo!”

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  • Vincent Gene - The Screaming End On Film 1956-1965 (DVD)


    Parempi huomattavasti kuin Be Bop A Lula DVD!! Harvinaista matskua!!!

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  • Vincent Gene - The Road Is Rocky – The Complete Studio Masters 1956-1971 8CD boxset (CD)



    ++++++ Gene Vincent lived his life for Rock ’n’ Roll and will always be remembered for Be Bop A Lula, one of the greatestrecordings of the 1950s. It made him an instant star and launched an extraordinary rollercoaster of a career that alwaysseemed destined to end in tragedy. Along the way he recorded more than 200 songs including many of the finest andbest loved Rock ’n’ Roll classics such as Bluejean Bop, Lotta Lovin’ and Dance To The Bop. He became anenormously influential figure, especially in Europe, known for his black leather image, hell-raising lifestyle and the sheerbrilliance of his wild stage act.Here for the first time are the complete studio recordings of Gene Vincent gathered together on eight CDs and coveringthe 16 year period from 1956 to 1971. All of his recordings for Capitol, Columbia, Challenge, Forever/Playground,Dandelion, Kama Sutra and B&C are presented in chronological order, including previously unissued stereo versions.Together, they form an incredible body of work and a lasting memorial to this tortured genius. The set is accompaniedby a hardcover-book containing a detailed discography, lavishly illustrated with a wonderful array of rare and excitingphotos plus the full story of Gene’s amazing life and the background to each of his recordings.Rock ’n’ Roll comes no better than this.

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  • Throw Rag - 13 Ft. and Rising (Käytetty CD)


    Hailing from the forsaken desert wilderness of California’s Salton Sea, Throw Rag does something that surprisingly few other punk bands do these days: they sound an awful lot like the Dead Kennedys, circa 1980. Where most purveyors of non-metal heavy music these days refer to themselves as post-hardcore,” these guys are very definitely pre-hardcore. Listen to ”Lil’ Danny” and ask yourself how much it reminds you of ”Police Truck,” and check out the twisted cowpunk saga ”So. 5th St. (Country in O.G.)” and picture the Pogues if Shane MacGowan had grown up in the Imperial Valley. It fits, doesn’t it? The funny thing is that Throw Rag started out as an insane acoustic psychobilly outfit, and have gradually (over the course of eight years) turned into the sort of weirdo pre-hardcore monstrosity capable of attracting — on its first album, mind you — guest appearances from the likes of Jello Biafra (whose antiestablishment hysteria is starting to sound a bit tired, if you want to know the truth), former Black FlagCircle Jerks frontman Keith Morris, and the still-godlike Lemmy Kilmister. Unfortunately, not even Lemmy can save the band’s ill-considered misappropriation of homeboy Merle Haggard’s ”Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down,” but the originals are all good, whacked-out fun. Recommended to anyone who doesn’t care about the state of his or her immortal soul. ~ Rick Anderson, All Music Guide

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  • Various - One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found (4CD Boxset) (Käytetty CD)


    ”The importance of the girl group sound of the early ’60s is often over-looked in the traditional telling of the history of Rock & Roll – in most accounts after the first wave of rockers either died (Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran), quit (Little Richard), went into the army (Elvis) or married a cousin (Jerry Lee Lewis), hordes of one-named Teen Idols (Fabian, Frankie, Dion) and smoothies (Bobby Rydell, Paul Anka) took over and rock music withered away until the Beatles rescued it. This narrow-minded opinion leaves out so much amazing music (Del Shannon, Jackie Wilson, the Everly Brothers, Lou Christie, the start of Motown, the Beach Boys and the surf sound as well as so much classic R&B) that it makes your head hurt. Add to that list of amazing music the girl group sound. Add the Ronettes, the Shirelles, the Chiffons, Little Eva and the Cookies. Add a style of music that when it is happy is just about the most exuberant sound on earth and when it is sad can completely rip your heart out. The sheer amount of girl group collections that have been released are a testament to the power of the sound and with the release of Rhino’s One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found maybe even the rock snobs will get over themselves and get on board. Those who already are hip to the power of the girl group sound will be floating on a cloud after just one look at the track listing. Most of the major movers and shakers from behind the mikes (everyone from the Shangri-Las, Barbara Lewis, Maxine Brown to Dusty Springfield, Jackie DeShannon and the Toys) and the mixing board (Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, the Tokens, Tony Hatch, Shadow Morton, Bob Crewe and Bert Berns) are here along with loads of acts that range from the obscure (Dorothy Berry, Sadina, Sylvan, the Pussycats) to the literally unknown (Marsha Gee). Best of all there are almost no hits to be found. There’s no ”Leader of the Pack,” no ”Stop in the Name of Love,” no ”Going to the Chapel”. Instead the compilers focus on under-rated or rare songs by the top names and the best songs by the second tier and below artists. This decision means there are no tracks that are over-used or obvious and that the disc is brimming with surprises and new discoveries to all but the most in-the-know girl group fanatics. Even they might find something here that will knock their bobby socks off and if not, at least they are in for almost five hours of pure fun.

    Rhino’s designers must have had fun too when coming up with the look of the set; it is packaged in a miniature hat box, the liner notes are made to look like a diary and each separate disc is housed in a mock compact. Very cute but a retailer’s nightmare no doubt. The liner notes themselves are mostly wonderful, especially co-compiler Sheila Burgel’s nifty track-by-track annotations, and there are tons of great photos including a shot of the Shangri-Las in the studio that is almost worth the price of the set alone. The music is the real draw however; the four discs and 120 songs are lovingly chosen and sequenced with great care, making sure to keep things interesting by blending styles, tempos and moods in a glittering display of pop genius. The compilers (Sheryl Farber and Gary Stewart) make remarkably few mis-steps and quite a few brilliant decisions. The first and most important one was to cast a very wide net when gathering tracks, namely by looking to the UK for artists. There was very fertile scene there in the early to mid-60s that produced some major talent like Dusty Springfield, Sandie Shaw and Lulu. Indeed some of the collections most exciting tracks are drawn from the U.K. vaults like Petula Clark’s pounding rocker ”Heart,” Lulu’s even more pounding rocker ”I’ll Come Running” (featuring some wild guitar from session whiz Jimmy Page) P.P. Arnold’s definitive version of ”The First Cut is Deepest” and Dusty’s majestic cover of the Baby Washington song ”I Can’t Wait to See My Baby’s Face”. Another fine strategy was picking”

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  • Presley Elvis - Summer Festival (Käytetty CD)


    Dinner show from August 11, 1972 recorded live at The Las Vegas Hilton. + EXTRA TRACKS!!


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  • Hetten Des - Cowboys Con Cojones (CD)


    PowerCuntry -R’n’R, injected with Punk influencies (Think Hank Williams III) LOISTAVA ALBUMI!!

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  • Nekromantix - Brought Back To Life Again (Käytetty CD)


    Uusi versio!! Yksi kautta-aikojen parhaista psychobilly albumeista. Nyt re-masteroituna ja mukana muutama ennenjulkaisematon versio sekä video.

    This re-issue of Nekromantix hard to find 1994 release ’Brought Back To Life’ contains not only a video of the band performing a cover of Born To Be Alive”, but also an original intro intended for the album. This intro was on a mc tape that was tangled up in the tape machine and couldn’t be used, therefore a last minute intro had to be made for the original release.

    After all these years Nekroman still had this tape and with today’s technology and many hours of patience, Kresge & Nekroman managed to save it. The organ & bell version of ”Nekrofelia” was also intended for the original release but it was decided to use the normal version instead. The alternate take appears on this album as does ”Monster Movie Fan” with a slightly different ending than the original.”

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  • Presley Elvis - King Of Western Bop 2LP (Käytetty LP/12)


    Alternate takes, Master takes and

    Live recordings 1953-1954. Eli kaikki saatavilla oleva materiaali ko. vuosilta. Hieno tupla-albumi.

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  • Presley Elvis - All Shook Up – Live 1969 (Käytetty CD)


    Elvis Live 26.08.1969. Suoraan äänipöydästä. Tässä konsertissa on se mahtava ”nauruversio” Are You Lonesome Tonight biisistä.

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  • Presley Elvis - Big Boss Man (Käytetty CD)


    Soundboard äänitys 30.03. 1975 Dinner Show + extra matskua.

    Big Boss Man provides us with a complete concert (77 minutes of mostly unreleased material) plus eight bonus songs from Elvis’ twelfth season in Las Vegas, 18th March – 1st April, 1975, a year that would have many highs and lows for the forty year old superstar.
    Colonel Parker had initially planned for Elvis’ regular engagement to be from 26th January to 9th February. But this had to be cancelled due to a two-week hospital stay where Elvis is treated for a number of physical and mental problems aggravated by depression. Following his discharge, a much healthier Elvis headed to RCA’s Hollywood studio to record the ten songs that make up the Today album (10th – 12th March). A number these tracks are added to the live repertoire and greatly improve the standard of this season’s shows. Despite some press reviews concentrating on Elvis’ increasing weight and age, Elvis was in great form vocally and appeared to enjoy performing once again. The shows were shorter than the previous Las Vegas season, gone were the rambling monologues and karate demonstrations. Instead, Elvis joked less with the audience and devoted more attention to singing quality songs, removing many of the quick renditions of 50’s hits.

    This FTD release highlights Elvis’ dinner show performance on 30th March, although there is some debate it might be the midnight show on 28th March. The show begins with a very unusual sounding Also Sprach Zarathustra, where the orchestra is mixed low and James Burton’s guitar really stands out. The sound quality improves during See See Rider and it is quite reasonable for a soundboard recording. Following a straight rendition of I Got A Woman / Amen is some curious and candid fan interaction.

    A new addition from the recent recording session is a sincere And I Love You So. There are solid performances of If You Love Me, Big Boss Man and It’s Midnight, as well as an inspired version of Promised Land. After a two year absence, Burning Love makes a welcome return to the set list following an audience request.

    Next up are the introductions and band solos. David Briggs joins the live band for his first season on the electric piano. Whereas bass player Duke Bardwell leaves the band at the conclusion of this engagement and is replaced by original bassist Jerry Scheff. Elvis also introduces Barbra Streisand, who is sitting in the audience, saying that they will meet after the show.

    My Boy is performed dramatically as always, but I’ll Remember You is somewhat marred by Elvis kissing a few too many of his admirers. Let Me Be There is enthusiastically done with reprise, and An American Trilogy displays the tremendous power Elvis’ voice had at that time. A hurried Can’t Help Falling In Love wraps up the 55 minute show before a quick fade and no closing vamp.

    Eight bonus songs are added at end of the disc, with five from the 31st March midnight show. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me and The Wonder Of You are inferior to those versions sung in 1970, but still enjoyable. Bridge Over Troubled Water receives a brilliant rendition and is one of the highlights of the disc. Little Darlin’ makes its debut during this season and sounds like a live rehearsal with Elvis and the band all over the place. It’s an interesting version of a fun song not meant to be taken seriously. Hawaiian Wedding Song is a pleasant addition, although not as touching as other versions.

    The final three tracks are possibly from the 22nd March midnight show and are in poorer sound quality than the rest of the disc. Which is a real pity because they are all stand out tracks. This concert is released on Fort Baxter’s A Profile box set volume 2 and one of the best shows unofficially available. Both Green, Green Grass Of Home and Fairytale are new inclusions from the Today album and outshine their studio versions.

    Bobby Darin’s You’re The Reason I’m Living is a true rarity, the only known performance of the song is charming and unrehearsed. The tracklisting provides a great overview of Elvis’ return to live performances following a five-month absence. This cd is worth acquiring, as very few soundboards are available from this engagement. Big Boss Man reveals a dedicated entertainer in strong voice doing what he loves best.

    Both fans and collectors will not be disappointed.


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  • Meteors - In Heaven (CD)


    NYT UUSINTAJULKAISUNA!! Legendaarinen eka levy (1981) cd:nä. Psychobilly klassikko. MUST! Kaikille hyvän psychobilly diggareille!

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  • Holly Buddy And The Crickets - The Definitive Story DVD + CD (DVD)


    ”Komea numeroitu DVD/CD. DVD sisältää; 90 minuutin story, 3 x live biisi Ed Sullivan showsta, paljon uusia haastatteluita mm. Jerry Allison, Joe Mauldin, Sonny Curtis, Tommy Allsupo, Sonny West ja muut.

    Bonus CD:llä : best of by Buddy`s friends!”

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  • Di Maggio Connection - The Wildest Game (Käytetty CD)


    Hillitön albumi Marco Di Maggiolta ja kumppaneilta. Upea neo-billyä, jossa soundit on kohdallaan!! YKSI VUODEN 2005 KOVIMMISTA KIEKOISTA!!!!

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  • Reverend Horton Heat - We Three Kings (Käytetty CD)


    REV JA KUMPPANIT JOULULAULUJEN IHMEELLISESSÄ MAAILMASSA! Do you prefer your Christmas with sawdust on the floor and blood in its mouth?” (New Music Express) If so, don’t bother writing to Santa. Sure, he’s a swell guy, but when it comes to ”guitars so wild they must have been miked, mixed, and produced in the fiery depths of Hell” (Rolling Stone), St. Nick’s axe-handlin’ chops ain’t what they used to be. But don’t fret, this year everybody’s favorite psychobilly clergyman Reverend Horton Heat has his own bag of treats for all the goodly little kats and kittens! ”We Three Kings” has the holiday licks and tricks you’ve come to expect from the jolly ol’ Rev. as he blazes through 12 classics and an original (”Santa on the Roof”). From ”Frosty the Snowman” to ”Winter Wonderland,” Father Christmas is getting an IV of slapback and gin! So, raise a glass of nog and try to act nice. the Rev’s making his list! Digipak.”

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