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My Tribute to That Darin Guy. Sound quality is excellent and 48 page booklet has track by track notes. Two CDs, 36 tracks, recommended Another amazing collection from those imaginative audio archaeologists at Archeophone Records. This time it's the little known Mausoleum (Live) - Rictus Grin - Townies label founded by Swiss immigrant Ferdinand Ingold in - possibly the first ethnic label founded by an immigrant to serve a particular immigrant community - in this case the Swiss communities in New Jersey, Ohio and Wisconsin.
The label is so obscure that it is not mentioned in many histories of recording in the USA. The performances include solo yodel songs, yodel duets, songs by Frieda Haldi the Swiss Nightingalepiano-accordion and violin duets, accordion duets and a capella Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation by male and mixed quartets. Sound quality here, like all Archeophone releases is astounding and the 60 page booklet by folklorist Jim Leary goes into great detail with biographies of the performers, discussion of all the songs which have been meticulously translated for this release and a conucopia of graphic material including artist photos, label shots, advertising material and much more.
If I seem to be avoiding discussing the music it's because I find the performances lack that visceral quality to really grab my attention.
They are charming and pleasant and I think will mostly appeal to those with a Swiss background, ethnomusicologists and those interested in the history of recording and I suspect that many, like myself, will find the booklet more interesting than the music it describes. Though, obviously influenced by American country music the Australian gave the music a distinctively Australian quality with only a handful of covers of American country songs. Compared to its American counterpart the Australian sound was stripped down and in the period covered here featured solo performances are accompaniment by small groups.
Australian country artists were fond of yodeling and this appears on several tracks here. Sound quality is excellent and there are notes on all the artists by Paul Hazell.
If you enjoyed the first olume you're sure to want this one and if you've never heard Australian country music before you should check this out. Then there are the tracks that Haley influenced, Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation tracks on that end include Mambo Rock by Mike Pedicin Quintet, the one and only Big Joe Turner keeping pace with Haley on - Corina, Corrina, big band leader Ralph Marterie - Crazy Man Crazy, and many more varied artists that bought into what the Comets were selling.
Honestly, this compilation is a blast from start to finish, with the usual stellar production value from Bear Family. It definitely exposed me to some fun tracks that I had never checked out before. That'll Flat Git It Vol. John D. Loudermilk is featured here as both singer and songwriter - most of his sides are not that exciting but it Über Alles - Genetikk - D.N.A. include his original version of Sittin A Festa Dos Deuses - Various, Radamés Gnattali, Cristina Ortiz - A História Do Brasil Através Do Sam The Balcony which Eddie Cochran covered to greater effect the following year.
Hoke Simpson does an interested rock 'n' roll version of the old country favorite Mountain Dew and the rest is a mix of rock 'n' roll, teen pop and novelty songs - much of it fairly pedestrian.
Usual high quality Bear Family production with extensive notes and discographical info. John" Rebbenack on guitar! Hebb's pop tendencies surface now and again, but the Rich tracks do have some grit. He does his best Ray Charles on Cherryand his best is pretty good. Also worth hearing is Lattimore Brown, who went on to record some fine soul records with Richboug on his other labels. And none of his 6 tracks are duplicated on the recent AIM release, which is well Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation picking up.
Detroiter J. Barnes first record Won't You Let Me Know is Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation too one side of it anywayhaving been released initially on the Kable label and quickly leased by Richbourg. The 3 Jimmy Church pieces went unissued at the time Theme For Ernie - Dado Moroni - Five For John deserve to have been radio favorites.
The few cuts that represent Richbourg's own attempt at becoming a music sensation can be avoided without any sense of loss. He merely talks his way through the songs, a tradition that William Shatner would later perfect on his excellent "Has Been" album.
Enough cool stuff here to make it worthwhile, although not uniformly wonderful. The Rogana Story - Hossman's Blues. Most of these performances are appearing on CD for the first time and fine performances they are too. Sound quality at times is dodgy but music is mostly excellent. Lorrie Collins. Excllent sound. Starday would record and manufacture recordings by any artist who came to their studios and was able to pay the charges and the resulting recording was issued on a label of the artists' own choosing.
Most of these recordings were pressed in very small quantities and are very rare today and although most of the artists here had not previously recorded and most never recorded again the standard of music here is very high and remind one how much great musical talent was out there in that era that never made it to commercial recordings. Most of the music is solid Texas honky tonk with fine vocal and excellent instrumental arrangements.
This is supposed to be the first in a series drawn from these rare recordings and bodes well for future issues. Well they all had big hits with songs co-written by Rose Marie McCoy, the first female African-American songwriter to Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation into the mostly male dominated world of professional songwriters. It's only been in the past 20 years that her significance has been acknowledged and a biography of Rose Marie "Thought We Were Writing Blues But They Called It Rock 'n' Roll" was published ina few months before her death in January, at the age of In addition the set includes eight tracks recorded by Rose Marie herself for various labels between and '58 showing that she was a fine performer in her own right.
The booklet has informative notes of Rose Marie's life and music. Her biography is available from www. This set is a revelation and a delight.
Even seemingly lesser material, Bobby Darin's somewhat anemic take on What'd I Say for example, has it's place in showing the panache of the period. King's Young Boy Blues. The only questionable track is the Bobbettes' I Shot Mr. Leewhich comes off as beyond corny. Four CDs, tracks, highly recommended The Indie label in question here is the famed King label and its Federal and DeLuxe subsidiaries and this is a fine collection of sides drawn from those labels.
These were some of King's first blues recordings made in Chicago of three bluesmen who started their recording career in the s and are featured here with small urban groups.
King licensed a number of tracks from legendary Detroit producer Joe Von Battle - most notably by John Lee Hooker who is featured here on 15 tracks which include some of his most intense recordings though the one track listed as unissued was previously avalable on a Collectables CD.
There are two previously unissued tracks by him really!! They should have been together. Other artists featured include Lightnin' Hopkins influenced country bluesman Coutry Paul, Memphis Slim, Smokey Hogg including some unissued alternate takesRobert Henry - a fine singer and harmonica player influenced by Sonny Boy Williamson 1 and Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation.
There's a lot of great music here thogh some of it is presented under false pretences and much of it has been reissued before. Sound quality is excellent and there are informative notes by Neil Slaven. On a couple of B. Sunday 27 October Monday Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation October Tuesday 29 October Wednesday 30 October Thursday Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation October Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Sunday 3 November Monday 4 November Tuesday 5 November Wednesday 6 November Thursday 7 November Friday 8 November Saturday 9 November Sunday 10 November Monday 11 November Tuesday 12 November Wednesday 13 November Thursday 14 November Friday 15 November Saturday 16 November Sunday 17 November Monday 18 November Tuesday 19 November Wednesday 20 November Thursday 21 November Friday 22 November Saturday 23 November Sunday 24 November Monday 25 November Tuesday 26 November Wednesday 27 November Thursday 28 November Friday 29 November Saturday 30 November Sunday 1 December Monday 2 December Tuesday 3 December Wednesday 4 December Thursday 5 December Friday 6 December Saturday 7 December The driver then leaves the house and drives away.
The truck driver is played Loco - DJ Herbie - Smiling People Compilation Ozzy Osbourne. He appeared in this video after the band had played his Ozzfest tour inand later dueted with the band on " Shock the Monkey ", a cover of the Peter Gabriel song. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has an unclear citation style.
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