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Petula Clark - Beautiful Sounds - The Petula Clark Songbook
25 tracks. Unique compilation of songs composed and sung by Petula
Castle Music 2000 CD 13.00 €
Petula Clark - Portrait Of A Song Stylist
Masterpiece Music Productions 1991 CD 9.90 €
Petula Clark - You Are My Lucky Star
Rare 1957 debout album plus bonus tracks !
Sequel Records 2000 CD 12.00 €
Phil Harris - His Original & Greatest Hits
24 biisiä
Jasmine Records 1999 CD 13.00 €
Phil Harris - Southern Gentleman of Songs
Collector's Choice Music 2000 CD 13.00 €
Phil Phillips - Sea Of Love
26 tracks. digipack sleeve
Bear Family 2008 CD 18.00 €
Phil Spector - Designing The Wall Of Sound 2CD
Designing The Wall of Sound - "I Love How You Love Me" and 47 Other Bricks in the Wall

Following on from the success of 'Building the Wall of Sound - JASCD 582' Jasmine are proud to continue charting the early career of rock's greatest producer, Phil Spector.

48 tracks across 2 CDs with early work by, Ben E. King, Johnny Nash, Gene Pitney and more!

Don't miss the first releases on Phil Spector's own label by The Crystals and the first ever version of 'Twist & Shout'!

Fully detailed liner notes continue to cover his entire history.
Jasmine Records 2012 CD 13.00 €
Pipeline # 60 - Summer 2003
Jan Davis, Vibratos..
Pipeline 2003 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pipeline # 65 - Autumn 2004
Les Paul + more
Pipeline 2004 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pipeline # 70 - Spring 2006
Fireballs + more
Pipeline 2006 Lehdet 5.00 €
Pipeline # 72 - Autumn 2006
64 pages
Pipeline 2006 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pipeline # 73 - New Year 2007
64 pages
Pipeline 2007 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pipeline # 75 - Winter 2007
Instrumental Review: Mark Griffits, Mo Foster, Instrumental Themes etc
Pipeline 2007 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pipeline # 77 - Summer 2008
Avantis, The T-Bones, Ventures, Judd & Danny Hailton and the best in rock instrumental reviews
Pipeline 2008 Lehdet 6.00 €
Pirko Manola Und Wyn Hoop - Kusse Im Mondschein
Pirkko Mannolan saksankieliset levytykset sekä yksin että yhdessä Wyn Hoopin kanssa.
Bear Family 1998 CD 17.00 €
Playmates - Golden Classics - At Play With The Playmates
12 tracks
Collectables 1991 CD 17.00 €
Puppini Sisters - Betcha Bottom Dollar
Universal Music 2006 CD 20.00 €
Puppini Sisters - The Rise & Fall Of Ruby Woo
Universal Music 2007 CD 20.00 €
Raindrops - What A Guy
12 tracks from 1963
South Bay 1994 CD 9.90 €
Ravi Shankar - Ustad Vilayat Khan - Film India
Film India comprises five film soundtracks from Ravi Shankar - four from the films of India’s internationally celebrated director Satyajit Ray, including the masterful Pather Panchali / The Apu Trilogy - Ustad Vilayat Khan’s music for Ray’s imperious Jalsaghar (The Music Room), and the soundtrack from Jean Renoir’s first Technicolor feature, The River, the first colour film made in India and regarded by Martin Scorsese as one of the most beautiful ever made.

The soundtrack of each film in the Apu Trilogy was scored by Ravi Shankar. The music for Pather Panchali, described as at once plaintive and exhilarating, is featured in the The Guardian’s list of 50 greatest film soundtracks. In 1955, Satyajit Ray made his debut as director with the masterpiece of world cinema that is Pather Panchali.

Played with restraint by a non-professional cast and influenced by such Italian neorealist features as Bicycle Thieves, it’s a story of a young Bengali boy's introduction to the ways of the world and is remarkable for its simplicity and humanity. The first in the acclaimed Apu trilogy (Aparajito and The World of Apu make up the saga), it astounded everyone when it won the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, particularly as it was filmed on weekends and holidays over a four-year period, with Ray having to pawn his wife's jewellery to complete the shoot.

El Records 2009 CD 18.00 €
Ray Anthony - Plays for Dancers In Love / Plays For Dream Dancing
2 vanhaa LP:tä yhdellä CD:llä. 24 biisiä
Emi 2001 CD 12.00 €
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Marilyn & Other Great Hits
24 biisiä
Jasmine Records 1998 CD 13.00 €
Ray Anthony And His Orchestra - Live From Pallaudium
Collectors' choice music 2000 CD 13.00 €
Ray Charles - Live At The Motreux Jazz Festival
73 min
DTS 2004 DVD 13.00 €
Ray Conniff - The Ray Conniff Singers - Songs For Christmas
IMC Music 2010 CD 8.00 €
Red Prysock - Rock'n'Roll - Best Of
24 tracks from 1953-1967.
Avi Records 1996 CD 17.00 €
Rex Kona And His Mandarins - Wild Orchids - The Exotic Sounds Of Rex Kona
Columbia Records LP 15.00 €
Richard Maltby And His Orchestra - Music In The Maltby Manner
best of the dance bands
Collector's Choice Music 2003 CD 13.00 €
Richard Marsh - Sky Saxon Presents - A Starlight Date With Richard Marsh
early 60s teen time
Arcania International 2003 LP 13.00 €
Rick Nelson - For You - The Decca Years 1963 –1969
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.
140-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.
Bear Family 2008 CD-Box 140.00 €
Rick Nelson - Rick Nelson In Concert - The Troubadour 1969 2CD
Rick Nelson and his four backing musicians were booked to play a week’s engagement at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. It wasn’t the first time the group had played there, but this time, between 30 October and 2 November 1969, the shows would be recorded for an album that would give new credibility to its star.

Six months earlier Rick had cut the Dylan song ‘She Belongs To Me’ and had used the steel guitarist Buddy Emmons on the session. Back in 1967, when Rick was recording his “Country Fever” album, Emmons had played steel on the old Jim Reeves song ‘When You Are Gone’, but the track was aborted. Rick was unable to secure the services of Emmons on a regular basis, so had toured for four months with his new trio of Randy Meisner, Allen Kemp and Pat Shanahan with the promise that “Sneaky” Pete Kleinow would join in time for the Troubadour recording. Let down at the eleventh hour, top pedal-steel player Tom Brumley joined just a day before the gigs began. The “In Concert” LP marked Rick’s first new recordings without his super sideman James Burton.

The album came as quite a shock to some people. Here was an artist considered by many to be a fabricated teen idol. Fired up and ready to go, at age 29 Rick Nelson had never looked or sounded better, singing the songs he loved, and some he’d written himself. How could he interpret Bob Dylan, Eric Andersen and Tim Hardin? It turned out that he could do so very well and the calibre of his own songs such as ‘Easy To Be Free’ even approached theirs. “In Concert” was a groundbreaking album that made a big contribution to the new style of music that came to be called country rock.

The album was released by Decca in the USA in January 1970 as a showcase for Rick and his new band. Not only did it receive critical acclaim, Rick’s fans also loved it. It was issued in a superb gatefold sleeve, folding out to reveal some great colour photos of Rick and the band, with a close up of Rick in action on the front cover. All the Troubadour concerts were recorded over a four-day period, sometimes with three shows a night. The tapes were edited down and Rick made the final choice of 12 tracks for release. Those tracks were transferred from 8-track to 16-track for overdubbing.

Having been deleted for many years, the album is reissued here in glorious expanded form over two complete CDs – more than Rick’s legion of fans could have ever hoped for. As the compilers of this musical treat, we were able to listen to nine reels of previously unissued material, from which we selected the best tracks. CD1 comprises the original 12-track album from the actual master recording remastered with dramatically improved sound plus 10 previously unreleased live cuts. Some might say that these 10 tracks alone, remixed with great care by Rob Keyloch and mastered by Duncan Cowell, would make a great Rick Nelson CD. CD2 contains a further 20 unissued mixes of live recordings from the Troubadour shows. All sound so fresh and up-to-date that it’s hard to believe that they were recorded live and not in the studio. All the alternate versions have been mixed directly from the original 8-track recordings to produce pristine sound.

By Iain Young (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2011 CD 25.00 €
Ricky Nelson - Ballads Of Ricky Nelson
Bear Family 2013 CD 18.00 €
Righteous Brothers - Gold 2CD
2CD = 48 tracks
Universal Music 2005 CD 22.00 €
Righteous Brothers - The Collection
18 tracks
Universal Music 1999 CD 10.00 €
Rita Hayworth - Gilded Promises 2CD
32 biisiä
Recall 2001 CD 12.00 €
Rita Pavone - Wenn Ich Ein Junge Wär
Bear Family 1992 CD 17.00 €
Robert Mitchum - Calypso Is Like So
14 tracks
Rev-Ola 2003 CD 18.00 €
Robert Mitchum - Calypso Is Like So
In 1956, at the height of the short-lived calypso craze that saw Harry Belafonte top the charts worldwide, Robert Mitchum filmed two movies in the British West Indies, 'Fire Down Below' and 'Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison'. Calypso originated in Trinidad, and Mitchum filmed 'Mr. Allison' in Trinidad's sister island, Tobago. As his co-star, Deborah Kerr, remembered, He possessed enormous musical knowledge and sense of rhythm. He'd mastered the West Indian songs with their complicated rhythms before a week was up in Tobago. By the time they'd finished filming 'Fire Down Below', Mitchum was singing calypsos at local clubs, and he continued to do so after he returned to the United States. Someone from Capitol Records heard him sing at the Polo Lounge in Beverly Hills, and signed him up. Over the course of several nights in the Spring of 1957, Mitchum recorded his classic calypso LP, 'Calypso - Is Like So...' Using his droll sense of humor, he made up new calypsos from older numbers he'd heard in the islands. The result - A lounge classic. We've revisited that LP, complete with its fabulous 'white man gone to ruin in the tropics' cover.
Bear Family 2010 LP 18.00 €
Robert Mitchum - Tall Dark Stranger
Here are more Mitchum recordings, a perfect companion to 'That Man.' Here we have his songs for the 1948 movie 'Rachel And The Stranger,' and the theme song for the film 'Young Billy Young' plus a few pop standards that he recorded as demos. The 15 titles include Dinah, Roving Gambler, and Blue Skies. The accompanying 72-page booklet includes many rare movie posters, lobbycards, programs, filmography, and other rare material. A must for the Robert Mitchum fan.
Bear Family 1997 CD 20.00 €
Robert Mitchum - That Man
26 tracks !

a classic of Fifties kitsch that attracts big, big bucks from lounge music addicts. Then we've rounded the set out with his only Capitol single, Ballad Of Thunder Road and My Honey's Lovin' Arms, and with his ultra-rare 1960s Monument recordings, including Little Old Wine Drinker Me, and Walker's Woods which showed that Mitchum could really sing. They don't make leading men like Robert Mitchum any more. When was the last time Mel Gibson sung calypsos
Bear Family 1995 CD 17.00 €
Rock-Olga - Elvis och andra Hits
Rock-Olgan uusia nauhoituksia. Olgan omakustanne CD.
Roldex CD 20.00 €
Rodgers & Hammerstein's - South Pacific
1958 movie soundtrack
Hallmark Music 2010 CD 7.00 €
Roger Miller - The Early Years of Roger Miller- A Man Like Me
17 tracks
Bear Family 2006 CD 17.00 €
Roland Shaw & His Orchestra - James Bond In Action 2CD
37 tracks Mid sixties orchestral versions of themes from James Bond movies. The movies featured are Thunderball, Goldfinger, From Russia With Love and Dr. No.
Poker Records 2008 CD 17.00 €
Ronnie Aldrich And The Squadronaires - From The Rediffusion Archives
28 biisiä - britti jazz bandleader
Vocalion 2005 CD 20.00 €
Rosemary Clooney - Tenderly
25 tracks
Proper 2004 CD 10.00 €
Rosemary Clooney - The Classic
14 biisiä
Bmg 2001 CD 15.00 €
Rosemary Clooney - White Crhistmas
superaudio cd. plays on all sacd and cd players.
Concord Records 2005 CD 10.00 €
Rosie And The Originals - Best Of Rosie And The Originals
Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals is one of those oldies around which an entire legend, if not a career, has been built, such is its lasting impact among a generation of a certain age. Rosie Hamlin's primordial squeak, with its pangs of earnest yearning, was a sound with which every adolescent female in America could identify because they knew instinctively that she was one of their own. As Phil Spector used to ask his flunky, Sonny Bono, when the latest Spector masterpiece was blasting back at them over the studio monitors - "Is it dumb enough?" "What he meant was, did it grab the kids at their level enough to make them go out and buy it," Bono later remarked.

If ever there was a record that met this criterion, then it was Angel Baby, which propelled a group of hapless amateurs into national prominence during the early months of 1961. It wasn't just a hit, but an absolute smash, hitting the Hot 100 at #40 on 12 December 1960, a feat only groups like the Beatles were able to better in the mid-60s. In fact John Lennon frequently cited Angel Baby as one of his all-time favourites and later recorded the song himself.

Rosalie (Rosie) Hamlin was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon in 1944 and grew up in Anchorage, Alaska where her parents had settled when she was about a year old. In the summer of 1956 Rosie's mother bought her an old upright piano from a thrift store and an aunt taught her a few chords and helped her with her vocal technique. The shy schoolgirl began sitting in with local country bands to gain experience and was still attending school, in San Diego, when she teamed up with a quintet of teenage instrumentalists named the Originals.

During the summer school holiday of 1960 they recorded Angel Baby, a song she had scribbled on the back of her notebook as a sophomore at San Diego High School. "It started out as a poem," she says, "I had a puppy love crush on a young boy, the very first boyfriend I ever had, right before I joined the Originals. In San Diego there were no recording studios at all. We called around and we heard about a man in San Marcos, a farming area out in the country. He had an old barn-type building where he had retired to and he'd built a recording studio. I think it was two-track. So we went there and spent the whole day recording it over and over and over again. On the day of the recording, our sax player had to stay at home and rake leaves - his mother wouldn't let him go until he had cleaned the yard. We kept calling him from the recording studio telling him to hurry on over but he said, 'I can't, my mother won't let me leave'. So the bass player had to play sax on the record even though he hardly know how to hold the instrument. Because we were so inexperienced - we had never really played before - we just had very basic raw talent. All of our mistakes went into the record. But, being so simple, all the kids could relate to it."

The contrast between Angel Baby and the flipside, Give Me Love was so extreme that they sounded as though they has been recorded by two different groups. A blues jam which seemingly teetered on the brink of collapse from start to finish, Give Me Love featured a vocal by a local R&B vocalist named Bluford Wade who had written the song at the last moment because the band had failed to come up with a B-side of their own. What followed next reads like the script of a bad 50s teen movie, the full story being related in the accompanying CD booklet.

A record distributor in LA issued Angel Baby on his tiny Highland label only to lose the group once the record had hit the charts, even though they had several more sides in the can. A chance meeting with soul legend, Jackie Wilson, resulted in Rosie signing with the Brunswick label who issued a follow-up, Lonely Blue Nights, which also made the charts, and an LP of the same title.

Compiled for the first time on CD, The Best Of Rosie & The Originals includes all the Highland recordings, the cream of her Brunswick sides and ten previously unissued titles.

Ace Records
Ace Records 1999 CD 17.00 €
Roy Orbison - Authorized Bootleg Collection 4CD
Eagle Rock 2004 CD-Box 25.00 €
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