|50's Ultimate Rock & Roll Collection
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The Ultimate Rock & Roll Collection: The 50's
|100 Best Jazz Tunes of the 1950's
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10 HOURS OF JAZZ FROM THE GENRE'S MOST EXPLOSIVE DECADE 8 DISCS IN A DELUXE BOX, ALL WITH INNER MINI LP BAGS, 64 PAGE, FULLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET (w. extensive notes, detailing each track, by world renowned Jazz critic Charles Waring), & EVERY TRACK FULLY REMASTERED - ALL PRICED VERY COMPETITIVELY. All the biggest names from jazz history are featured here - from early pioneers like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and Count Basie to modern jazz pathfinders represented by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Charles Mingus, John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman.
|Viva Italia: Festive Italian Classics
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|Appalachian Stomp: Bluegrass Classics
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Never before have so many of bluegrass' original, greatest hits appeared in one place! Includes Uncle Pen Bill Monroe; Foggy Mountain Breakdown Flatt & Scruggs; Rocky Top Osborne Bros.; Are You Missing Me? Jim & Jesse; Orange Blossom Special Stanley Bros.; Dueling Banjos Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell; You Don't Know My Mind Jimmy Martin; Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms Del McCoury; Dooley Dillards, and more, 18 high, lonesome cuts on the CD, 12 on the cassette!
Appalachian Stomp is an ideal starter disc for those just beginning to explore bluegrass. Mostly this is because its 18 selections are so immediately accessible. The "classics" here, in other words, are usually those infrequent bluegrass cuts to have gained radio recognition beyond a core bluegrass audience. That explains why along with timeless standards such as Flatt & Scruggs' "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and the Osborne Brothers' "Rocky Top" we also get "Dueling Banjos" from the film Deliverance, a cut that is to classic bluegrass what Walter Murphy is to Beethoven. There are less immediately obvious choices too, though. If your previous exposure to bluegrass doesn't go beyond the Holy Trinity of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and the Stanley Brothers--for example, if you've never heard J.D. Crowe & the New South's stellar example of progressive bluegrass, "Old Home Place," or experienced Jimmy Martin lay down the law on his rousing "You Don't Know My Mind"--then you're in for a high-lonesome surprise. --David Cantwell
|Best of the Blues
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|Chart Toppers: Romantic Hits Of The 50's
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|Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2: From the 50s and 60s
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|Casey Kasem Presents: America's Top 10 Through the Years - The 1950s
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The first musical collection to be endorsed by Casey Kasem! Each volume contains artist photos, liner notes and historical facts about each decade.
|Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1957: Pop Gold
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11 CD DEBUTS! - ALL ORIGINAL 45 RPM SINGLE VERSIONS - DIGITALLY REMASTERED FOR HIGHEST QUALITY SOUND
Who knew when Hit Parade launched its audiophile-quality reissue series with Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956 that popular demand would warrant two big volumes for 1957 - a very good year for music! Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1957: Pop Gold throws its spotlight on the astonishing breadth of music that graced the popularity charts that year: Calypsos, polkas, skiffle, and all manner of pop tunes for listeners of every age. Many people thought rock `n' roll was just a craze back then, so traditional pop styles were doing very well, thank you. This pure pop installment of Jukebox Classics shows exactly how well. Digitally remastered and lovingly presented, these 25 hits sound more vibrant than you've ever heard them!
In 1957, the teenagers swooned to Ricky Nelson's recording debut and earliest hits for Verve Records, A Teenager's Romance and You're My One And Only Love, while the grown-ups delighted to traditional pop classics such as Jane Powell's version of True Love. Tony Bennett waxed the biggest hit of his career with the hard-to-find In The Middle Of An Island, and Johnnie Ray and Gale Storm notched their last major hits with Yes, Tonight Josephine and Dark Moon.
Rusty Draper brought the British skiffle style to the Top 10 on the American charts with the folksy Freight Train, and the Fontane Sisters joined the calypso craze with their spirited rendition of The Banana Boat Song. Will Glahé's Liechtensteiner Polka broke out of its niche to become a major national seller alongside the hits of Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, and yet it has never appeared on CD until now!
And who could forget the dreamy vocal groups of the era, represented here by such rare gems as the Four Esquires' Look Homeward Angel and the Four Voices' Lovely One, both of which make their CD debuts. Other first-time-on-CD cuts include Eydie Gorme's second-biggest hit of the `50s, Love Me Forever, and Jim Lowe's rare country-pop crossover hit, Four Walls.
With an incomparable selection lasting over a full-hour and a fact- and photo-filled 12-page booklet featuring a 4,000 word essay on the music by noted music writer Greg Adams, Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1957: Pop Gold is truly worth its weight in gold. (also see: Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1957: Rhythm & Rock)
|Goodfellas: Music From The Motion Picture
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Cult Gagster Movie
- Record Label: Wea
- Catalog#: 7567821522
- Country Of Release: NLD
- Year Of Release: 2009