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|Erja Lyytinen & Davide Floreno - It's A Blessing
2005 released album now available also on LP
|Bluelight Records 2012||LP||15.00 €
|Del Moroccos - Blue Black Hair
VINYL VERSION - 180 GRAM LP WILL BE OUT IN FEBRUARY 2011 !!
Produced by Jimmy Sutton, The Del Moroccos' debut CD, Blue Black Hair blends R'n'R, R'n'B, 50's garage, and Latin Rocanrol! . Fronted by 3 sexy singers the Del Moroccos also feature Jimmy Sutton on electric guitar and Beau Sample, Cave Catt Sammy, on bass.
|Goofin Records 2011||LP||15.00 €
|Brian Setzer Orchestra - Songs From Lonely Avenue LP+CD
LP with CD:
Rockabilly guitar-slinger, big band impresario, and all-around cool cat Brian Setzer
takes a walk on the dark side with his film noir-inspired new album 'Songs From
Lonely Avenue,' out October on Surfdog Records.
With a propulsive rhythm, an ominous minor key, wickedly good instrumental solos and
the familiar character of the Devil up to his old tricks, opening track "Trouble
Train" sets the mood for the whole album (with echoes of that other great song about
Lucifer, Charlie Daniels' "Devil Went Down to Georgia"). Throughout the rest of the
album, thugs prowl the street, young couples dance the night away in New York,
hearts are broken, and lives are taken, all over pitch-perfect melodies and
Comprising ten vocal tracks and three instrumentals, 'Songs from Lonely Avenue'
marks the first time Setzer has written every track on an album. With all the scope
of a Raymond Chandler novel or an Orson Welles film, it's his most ambitious project
And as he did on 2007's 'Wolfgang's Big Night Out,' Setzer recruited 87-year-old
Frank Comstock, one of the most important and inventive arrangers of instrumental
music of the last century, to score the horn arrangements. Comstock wrote music for
many of the era's top artists, including Doris Day, Sonny Dunham, Benny Carter and
Judy Garland (not to mention the "Rocky & Bullwinkle" theme!).
Furthermore, the "New King Of Jingle Bell Rock" (Billboard) Brian Setzer and his
18-piece big band will kick off their seventh Christmas Extravaganza 27-date tour on
November 20th in Detroit.
From launching the rockabilly revolution with the Stray Cats to pioneering the swing
revival with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, this Long Island-born innovator has earned
his unique place in modern music by walking the line between conceptual discipline
and balls-out rockin'. Setzer won three Grammy Awards (two for Best Pop Instrumental
Performance for "Sleepwalk" from The Dirty Boogie in 1998 and "Caravan" from VaVoom
in 2000, plus one for Best Pop Performance with "Jump, Jive an' Wail," also from The
Dirty Boogie) by targeting that place where wild energy and visionary imagination
|Surfdog Records 2009||LP||25.00 €
|J. Tex - Misery
mukana mm Wild Bummer ja Day By Day
|Heptown Records 2009||LP||15.00 €
|Justin Townes Earle - Midnight At The Movies
Limited Edition LP includes code for free mp3 download of the album
|Bloodshot Records 2009||LP||18.00 €
|Ray Collins' Hot Club - Goes Intercontinental
featuring Mike Sanchez and Big Jay McNeely
|Brisk Records 2009||LP||17.00 €
|Justin Townes Earle - The Good Life
With Justin Townes Earle’s pedigree come mixed blessings. As the son of legendary singer/songwriter Steve Earle, high expectations are the name of the game, and he’s shown that he is up to the task on The Good Life, crafting stark portraits and narrative tales with elements of blues, classic country and rock n’roll. A modern-day troubadour, Earle blends genres seamlessly, framing his songs in warm musical settings and creating tunes that could easily be mistaken for classics. “I started out to make an old timey country record, but I listen to so many other kinds of music,” Justin explained. “Some of the songs were rearranged on the spot and took on other lives and album is now more of an exploration of southern music.” Earle approaches universal topics like traveling and matters of the heart (“Hard Living”, “The Good Life”) with the same fervor with which he evokes the bleak loneliness of a Civil War soldier on “Lone Pine Hill”.
The Good Life is produced by RS Field (Billy Joe Shaver, Sonny Landreth) and Steve Poulton. The album was recorded (with the exception of “Ain’t Glad I’m Leaving”) at House of David studios, the legendary room that has hosted sessions with George Jones, Elvis Presley, Neil Young and countless others. Joining Earle in the studio are a cast of all-star players including longtime cohort Cory Younts (Bobby Bare, Jr) on banjo and mandolin, pedal steel player master Pete Finney (Dixie Chicks, Patty Loveless), bassist Bryn Davies (Patty Griffin, Guy Clark), drummer Bryan Owings (Buddy Miller, Shelby Lynne), keyboardist Skylar Wilson and fiddle player Josh Hedley.
Although his father’s incredibly acclaimed, prolific career casts a huge shadow, Justin Townes Earle makes a name for himself by focusing his writing on the personal rather than the political, narrative tales instead of protest. The Good Life melds the qualities of a short story with the lyrical acuity of excellent songs, celebrating grand southern traditions and blowing a fresh breeze across the musical gardens and dive bars of Nashville.
|Bloodshot Records 2008||LP||20.00 €
|Knucklebone Oscar - Back From The Jungle
||Rookie Records 2007||LP||19.00 €
|Mary Weiss - Dangerous Game
First ever solo album from the original lead singer of the Shangri-Las! Thirteen original songs plus a cover of the Shangs’ Heaven Only Knows! Backed by the Reigning Sound!
|Norton Records 2007||LP||13.00 €
|Ray Collins' Hot Club - Lord Oh Lord
||Crazy Love Records 2007||LP||15.00 €
|Bo Weavil - Midnight Rumble With Bo Weavil LP + 7" EP
||Lenox Records 2001||LP||15.00 €
|Lazy Lester - Direct To Disc
||Blue Heaven Studios 2000||LP||23.00 €
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