LP 561 / MARLENE DIETRICH - Dietrich in Rio

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LP 561 - Marlene Dietrich 1959 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ / SJELDEN LP ! ----------------------------- Born Marie Magdalene Dietrich 27 December 1901 Schöneberg, Brandenburg, Germany Died 6 May 1992 (aged 90) Paris, France Resting place Städtischer Friedhof III, Berlin-Schöneberg Occupation Actress, singer Years active 1919–1984 ------------------- Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich (/mɑrˈleɪnəˈdiːtrɪk/, German pronunciation: [maɐˈleːnə ˈdiːtʁɪç]; 27 December 1901 – 6 May 1992)[2] was a German-American actress and singer. Dietrich maintained popularity throughout her unusually long show business career by continually re-inventing herself, professionally and characteristically. In 1920s Berlin, she acted on the stage and in silent films. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel (1930), directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame resulting in a contract with Paramount Pictures. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (1930), Shanghai Express (1932) and Desire (1936). Dietrich successfully traded on her glamorous persona and "exotic" (to Americans) looks, cementing her super-stardom and becoming one of the highest-paid actresses of the era. Dietrich became a U.S. citizen in 1939,[3] and throughout the Second World War she was a high-profile frontline entertainer. Although she still made occasional films after the end of the Second World War, Dietrich spent most of the 1950s to the 1970s touring the world as a marquee live-show performer. Dietrich was noted for her humanitarian efforts during the War, housing German and French exiles, providing financial support, and even advocating for their US citizenship. For her work improving morale on the front lines in WWII, she received honors from the US, France, Belgium, and Israel. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Dietrich the ninth-greatest female star of classic Hollywood cinema. --------------- Success in the United States In 1930, on the strength of The Blue Angel's international success, and with encouragement and promotion from von Sternberg, who was already established in Hollywood, Dietrich then moved to the United States under contract to Paramount Pictures. The studio sought to market Dietrich as a German answer to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Swedish sensation, Greta Garbo. Von Sternberg welcomed her with gifts including a green Rolls-Royce Phantom II. The car later appeared in their first US film Morocco.[22] A still from Shanghai Express (1932). Josef von Sternberg used butterfly lighting to enhance Dietrich's features. This photograph was cited by Mick Rock as the inspiration for the iconic Queen II album cover. Dietrich starred in six films directed by von Sternberg at Paramount between 1930 and 1935. von Sternberg worked effectively with Dietrich to create the image of a glamorous femme fatale. He encouraged her to lose weight and coached her intensively as an actress—she, in turn, was willing to trust him and follow his sometimes imperious direction in a way that a number of other performers resisted.[23] Their first American collaboration, Morocco (1930), again cast her as a cabaret singer; the film is best remembered for the sequence in which she performs a song dressed in a man's white tie and kisses another woman, both provocative for the era. The film earned Dietrich her only Academy Award nomination. Morocco was followed by Dishonored (1931), a major success, with Dietrich as a Mata Hari-like spy, and Blonde Venus (1932), a critical and box office failure. Shanghai Express (1932), which was dubbed, by the critics, as "Grand Hotel on wheels", was von Sternberg and Dietrich's biggest box office success, becoming the highest-grossing film of 1932. Dietrich worked without von Sternberg for the first time in three years in the romantic drama Song of Songs (1933), playing a naive German peasant, under the direction of Rouben Mamoulian. Dietrich and von Sternberg's last two films, The Scarlet Empress (1934) and The Devil Is a Woman (1935)—the most stylized of their collaborations—were their lowest-grossing films. Dietrich later remarked that she was at her most beautiful in The Devil Is a Woman.[24] A crucial part of the overall effect was created by von Sternberg's exceptional skill in lighting and photographing Dietrich to optimum effect—the use of light and shadow, including the impact of light passed through a veil or slatted blinds (as for example in Shanghai Express)—which, when combined with scrupulous attention to all aspects of set design and costumes, make this series of films among the most visually stylish in cinema history.[25] Critics still vigorously debate how much of the credit belonged to von Sternberg and how much to Dietrich, but most would agree that neither consistently reached such heights again after Paramount fired von Sternberg and the two ceased working together.[26] The collaboration of one actress and director creating seven films is still unmatched in cinema history.[27] Dietrich's first film after the end of her partnership with von Sternberg was Frank Borzage's Desire (1936), a commercial success that gave Dietrich an opportunity to try her hand at romantic comedy. Her next project, I Loved a Soldier (1936), ended in a shambles when the film was scrapped several weeks into production due to script problems, scheduling confusion and the studio's decision to fire the director, Ernst Lubitsch.[ ------------------ les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 566 / TIMI YURO - Hurt !!! / Sjelden !

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LP 566 - Timi Yuro 1961 USA / Sjelden vinyl, høt katalogpris. Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX- ( wear+skade front) Timi Yuro hadde kjempehit med HURT ! Som også er etterpå innspilt av mange andre artister ! ------------------------ Birth name Rosemary Timothy Yuro Born August 4, 1940 Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S. Died March 30, 2004 (aged 63) Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. Genres Soul, R&B Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter Years active 1961 – early 1980s ---------------------- Early years Rosemary Yuro was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1940, into an Italian-American family whose original name may have been Aurro. By the time of her birth, however, the family used the spelling Yuro. In 1952, young Rosemary moved with her family to Los Angeles,[2][3] where she sang in her parents' Italian restaurant and, despite their opposition, in local nightclubs before catching the eye and ear of talent scout Sonny Knight. Signed to Liberty Records in 1959, she had a U.S. Billboard No. 4 single in 1961 with "Hurt", an R&B ballad that had been an early success for Roy Hamilton. Yuro's recording was produced by Clyde Otis, who had previously worked with Brook Benton and Dinah Washington.[2][3] Later that year she recorded as a duo with Johnnie Ray. She charted some further minor hits including "Smile" (No. 42), and opened for Frank Sinatra on his 1962 tour of Australia. In 1962 Bob Johnston and Otis produced Yuro's single "What's a Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You?)", which went to No. 12 on the Billboard pop chart.[5] On both "Hurt" and "What's a Matter Baby", Yuro showed an emotional but elegant vocal style that owed a debt to Washington and other black jazz singers. Many listeners in the early 1960s thought Yuro was black.[2] Her single "The Love of a Boy" reached No. 44 in 1962. It was arranged and co-written by Burt Bacharach, but Yuro refused to record his suggested follow-up, "What the World Needs Now Is Love".[3] In the following year, Liberty released Make the World Go Away, an album of country and blues standards. The singer at her vocal peak, this recording includes the hit title song (later a bigger hit for Eddy Arnold, with whom the song is usually associated), a version of Willie Nelson's "Permanently Lonely", and two different blues takes of "I'm Movin' On". Yuro was also known for soulful reworkings of popular American standards, such as "Let Me Call You Sweetheart", "Smile", and "I Apologize". She toured Europe in 1963, and appeared on the British TV show Ready Steady Go!.[3] However, in the U.S. her image became established as a cabaret performer rather than as a soul singer.[2] By 1964 Yuro had moved to Mercury Records, but her first record for the label, "You Can Have Him", arranged by Jack Nitzsche,[5] only just scraped into the chart and was her last hit. Nevertheless, her album The Amazing Timi Yuro, produced by Quincy Jones, was an artistic success.[3] Subsequent records were unsuccessful, although a B-side, "Can't Stop Running Away," was later popular on the UK's Northern Soul circuit.[2] In the 1960s, Yuro made two TV appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show and was a guest on American Bandstand, Where the Action Is, and The Lloyd Thaxton Show. In 1967, she appeared in a black-and-white film in the Philippines as a guest star alongside Filipino comedians Dolphy and Panchito in a comedy titled Buhay Marino (Life of a Sailor), a film released by Wag-Wag Productions, Inc. Prior to that, Timi also appeared as guest at the Student Canteen TV program hosted by Leila Benitez at CBN (now ABS-CBN) in Aduana, Manila, and afterwards, did a singing concert at the Araneta Coliseum (now Smart Araneta C). At that time, the singer was very popular in the Philippines. She re-signed for Liberty Records in 1968, and recorded in London. By the late 1960s Yuro had performed in venues from London to Las Vegas. In 1965 and 1968 she sang at the Sanremo Festival, Italy's most popular music contest. However, her career lost its early momentum and she quit the music business altogether after her marriage in 1969. Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 570 / MARLENE DIETRICH - Lili Marlene

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LP 570 - Marlene Dietrich 1959 USA / Vinyl; NM- - Cover; EX (wear) / Sjelden LP ! ----------------------------- Born Marie Magdalene Dietrich 27 December 1901 Schöneberg, Brandenburg, Germany Died 6 May 1992 (aged 90) Paris, France Resting place Städtischer Friedhof III, Berlin-Schöneberg Occupation Actress, singer Years active 1919–1984 ------------------- Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich (/mɑrˈleɪnəˈdiːtrɪk/, German pronunciation: [maɐˈleːnə ˈdiːtʁɪç]; 27 December 1901 – 6 May 1992)[2] was a German-American actress and singer. Dietrich maintained popularity throughout her unusually long show business career by continually re-inventing herself, professionally and characteristically. In 1920s Berlin, she acted on the stage and in silent films. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel (1930), directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame resulting in a contract with Paramount Pictures. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (1930), Shanghai Express (1932) and Desire (1936). Dietrich successfully traded on her glamorous persona and "exotic" (to Americans) looks, cementing her super-stardom and becoming one of the highest-paid actresses of the era. Dietrich became a U.S. citizen in 1939,[3] and throughout the Second World War she was a high-profile frontline entertainer. Although she still made occasional films after the end of the Second World War, Dietrich spent most of the 1950s to the 1970s touring the world as a marquee live-show performer. Dietrich was noted for her humanitarian efforts during the War, housing German and French exiles, providing financial support, and even advocating for their US citizenship. For her work improving morale on the front lines in WWII, she received honors from the US, France, Belgium, and Israel. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Dietrich the ninth-greatest female star of classic Hollywood cinema. --------------- Success in the United States In 1930, on the strength of The Blue Angel's international success, and with encouragement and promotion from von Sternberg, who was already established in Hollywood, Dietrich then moved to the United States under contract to Paramount Pictures. The studio sought to market Dietrich as a German answer to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Swedish sensation, Greta Garbo. Von Sternberg welcomed her with gifts including a green Rolls-Royce Phantom II. The car later appeared in their first US film Morocco.[22] A still from Shanghai Express (1932). Josef von Sternberg used butterfly lighting to enhance Dietrich's features. This photograph was cited by Mick Rock as the inspiration for the iconic Queen II album cover. Dietrich starred in six films directed by von Sternberg at Paramount between 1930 and 1935. von Sternberg worked effectively with Dietrich to create the image of a glamorous femme fatale. He encouraged her to lose weight and coached her intensively as an actress—she, in turn, was willing to trust him and follow his sometimes imperious direction in a way that a number of other performers resisted.[23] Their first American collaboration, Morocco (1930), again cast her as a cabaret singer; the film is best remembered for the sequence in which she performs a song dressed in a man's white tie and kisses another woman, both provocative for the era. The film earned Dietrich her only Academy Award nomination. Morocco was followed by Dishonored (1931), a major success, with Dietrich as a Mata Hari-like spy, and Blonde Venus (1932), a critical and box office failure. Shanghai Express (1932), which was dubbed, by the critics, as "Grand Hotel on wheels", was von Sternberg and Dietrich's biggest box office success, becoming the highest-grossing film of 1932. Dietrich worked without von Sternberg for the first time in three years in the romantic drama Song of Songs (1933), playing a naive German peasant, under the direction of Rouben Mamoulian. Dietrich and von Sternberg's last two films, The Scarlet Empress (1934) and The Devil Is a Woman (1935)—the most stylized of their collaborations—were their lowest-grossing films. Dietrich later remarked that she was at her most beautiful in The Devil Is a Woman.[24] A crucial part of the overall effect was created by von Sternberg's exceptional skill in lighting and photographing Dietrich to optimum effect—the use of light and shadow, including the impact of light passed through a veil or slatted blinds (as for example in Shanghai Express)—which, when combined with scrupulous attention to all aspects of set design and costumes, make this series of films among the most visually stylish in cinema history.[25] Critics still vigorously debate how much of the credit belonged to von Sternberg and how much to Dietrich, but most would agree that neither consistently reached such heights again after Paramount fired von Sternberg and the two ceased working together.[26] The collaboration of one actress and director creating seven films is still unmatched in cinema history.[27] Dietrich's first film after the end of her partnership with von Sternberg was Frank Borzage's Desire (1936), a commercial success that gave Dietrich an opportunity to try her hand at romantic comedy. Her next project, I Loved a Soldier (1936), ended in a shambles when the film was scrapped several weeks into production due to script problems, scheduling confusion and the studio's decision to fire the director, Ernst Lubitsch.[ ------------------ les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 489 / BARBRA STREISAND - My Name Is Barbra

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LP 489 - Barbra Streisand 1965 USA Mono / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ---------------- Born Barbara Joan Streisand April 24, 1942 (age 73) Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Residence Malibu, California, U.S. Education Erasmus Hall High School Occupation; Singer songwriter actress filmmaker ---------------- Barbra Joan Streisand (born April 24, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and filmmaker. During a career spanning six decades, she has become an icon in multiple fields of entertainment, winning numerous awards, which has earned her recognition as Mother of All Contemporary Pop Divas or Queen of The Divas.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] She has been recognized with two Academy Awards,[9] ten Grammy Awards including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Grammy Legend Award,[10] five Emmy Awards including one Daytime Emmy,[11] a Special Tony Award, an American Film Institute award, a Kennedy Center Honors prize,[12] four Peabody Awards,[13] and eleven Golden Globes.[14] She is among a select group of entertainers who have been honored with all the major industry prizes. Streisand is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with more than 72.5 million albums in the United States and with a total of 245 million records sold worldwide, making her the best-selling female artist among the top-selling artists recognized by the Recording Industry Association of America.[15][16][17][18] (The only female in the top ten, and the only artist outside of the rock 'n' roll genre.)[19] After beginning a successful recording career in the 1960s, Streisand ventured into film by the end of the decade. She starred in the critically acclaimed Funny Girl, for which she won the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.[20] Her other films include The Owl and the Pussycat, The Way We Were, and A Star Is Born, for which she received her second Academy Award, composing music for the love theme "Evergreen", the first woman to be honored as a composer.[21] With the release of Yentl in 1983, Streisand became the first woman to write, produce, direct, and star in a major studio film.[22] The film won an Oscar for Best Score and Best Motion Picture Musical; Streisand received the Golden Globe Award for Best Director, the first (and to date only) woman to win that award. The RIAA and Billboard recognize Streisand as holding the record for the most top-ten albums of any female recording artist: a total of 33 since 1963.[23] Streisand is the only recording artist to have a number-one album in each of the last six decades, having released 53 Gold albums, 31 Platinum albums, and 14 Multi-Platinum albums in the United States. ---------- Family Streisand was born Barbara Joan Streisand on April 24, 1942, in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Diana (born Ida Rosen) and Emanuel Streisand. Her mother had been a soprano singer in her youth and considered a career in music, but later became a school secretary.[24] Her father was a high school teacher at the same school, where they first met. Streisand's family was Jewish; her paternal grandparents immigrated from Galicia (Poland–Ukraine) and her maternal grandparents from Russia, where her grandfather had been a cantor.[25] Her father earned a master's degree from City College of New York in 1928 and was considered athletic and handsome. As a student, he spent his summers outdoors, once working as a lifeguard and another hitchhiking through Canada. "He'd try anything," his sister Molly said. "He wasn't afraid of anything." He married Ida in 1930, two years after graduating, and became a highly respected educator with a focus on helping underprivileged and delinquent youth.[26]:3 In August 1943, a few months after Streisand's first birthday, her father died suddenly at age 34 from complications from an epileptic seizure, possibly the result of a head injury years earlier.[26]:3 The family fell into near-poverty, with her mother working as a low-paid bookkeeper.[27] As an adult, Streisand remembered those early years as always feeling like an "outcast," explaining, "Everybody else's father came home from work at the end of the day. Mine didn't."[26]:3 Her mother tried to make ends meet and couldn't give her daughter the attention she craved: "When I wanted love from my mother, she gave me food," Streisand says.[26]:3 She has an older brother, Sheldon, and a half-sister, the singer Roslyn Kind,[28][29] from her mother's re-marriage to Louis Kind in 1949. Roslyn is nine years younger than Streisand.[30][31] Education Streisand began her education at the Jewish Orthodox Yeshiva of Brooklyn when she was five. There, she was considered to be bright and extremely curious about everything, but lacked discipline, often shouting answers to questions out of turn.[26]:3 She next entered Public School 89 in Brooklyn, and during those early school years she began watching television and going to movies. Watching the glamorous stars on the screen, she was soon entranced by acting and now hoped someday to become an actress, partly as a means of escape: "I always wanted to be somebody, to be famous . . .You know, get out of Brooklyn.[26]:3 Streisand became known by others in the neighborhood for having a good voice. With the other kids she remembers sitting on the stoop in front of their flat and singing: "I was considered the girl on the block with the good voice."[26]:3 That talent became a way for her to gain attention. She made her singing debut at a PTA assembly, where she became a hit to everyone but her mother, who was mostly critical of her daughter. Young Streisand was invited to sing at weddings and summer camp, along with having an unsuccessful audition at MGM records when she was nine. By the time she was thirteen, her mother began supporting her talent, helping her make a four-song demo tape, including "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart," and "You'll Never Know."[26]:4 Although she knew her voice was good and she liked the attention, becomi

LP 138 / JANE MORGAN - The last time i saw Paris

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LP 138 - Jane Morgan - 1964 USA / Vinyl; NM- - Cover; EX ( edgewear ) Jazz, Soul, Pop, Blues ------------------------- Born Florence Catherine Currier May 3, 1924 (age 91) Newton, Massachusetts, U.S. Occupation Singer, actress Years active 1943–1973 -------------------- Early career Morgan sang popular songs in nightclubs and small restaurants, and at bar mitzvahs and other private parties, to help pay her tuition expenses at Juilliard.[5] Eventually she was hired as a singer at the Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan with the house second band for $25 a week, six nights a week. While she was still at Juilliard (1944), orchestra leader Art Mooney heard her perform and hired her. Mooney changed her name to Jane Morgan by taking the first name of one of his vocalists, Janie Ford, and the last name of another, Marian Morgan.[6] In 1948, French impresario Bernard Hilda selected her to accompany him to Paris.[5] Hilda was a prominent French society bandleader who needed a young singer to perform at a nightclub that he planned to open near the Eiffel Tower. Morgan began to appear regularly at the Club des Champs-Elysées, performing (two shows per night) American songs to mostly French audiences. Her mother had taught her French and Italian, so she quickly became proficient in French, and performed her act in flawless French, singing the classic songs of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, French songs, and standards of the century. Morgan became a sensation in Paris;[7] accompanied by Hilda and his gypsy violin, she quickly became known throughout France. French café society frequented Hilda's upscale club, which was likened to the Copacabana in New York. Many French songwriters, including Charles Trenet, frequented the club, and they wrote several songs that became hit recordings for Morgan. Morgan and Hilda soon opened a new weekly hour-long television show and she began recording in 1949 on the French Polydor label as well as Parlophone, Philips, and others.[7] In 1952 Morgan went to Montreal, Canada and opened at the Ritz Hotel as a soloist with a bilingual act using French and English. She returned to New York with regular performances in upscale nightclubs and her own radio show on NBC, backed by the 50-piece NBC Symphony Orchestra. She also performed at the St. Regis Hotel in New York. She returned to Europe in 1954 to appear in a London West End review with comedian Vic Oliver, and later at the Savoy Theatre and London Palladium.[5][8] American success Morgan wanted to advance her career in the United States, but booking agents and managers in show business felt she was too specialized and wouldn't make it outside the nightclub circuit. She left her agent and began singing at Lou Walters' Latin Quarter in New York. Walters kept Morgan at the Latin Quarter for a year, when she was noticed by Dave Kapp, who had recently founded a new recording label, Kapp Records. Kapp signed Morgan to a recording contract, and near that same period he signed pianist Roger Williams.[7] To counter her reputation as a French singer, Kapp had Morgan record "Baseball, Baseball", and her first album release was entitled "The American Girl from Paris". She recorded several additional albums and soon was paired with Williams, who had gained national acceptance with his recording of Autumn Leaves. They recorded Two Different Worlds, which gave Morgan her first significant airplay on US radio. In 1957 Kapp brought The Troubadors, a virtually unknown group of five musicians, to his studio. They had appeared in Love in the Afternoon. Kapp asked Morgan to join The Troubadors and sing "Fascination". Although written in 1904 by F. D. Marchetti as "Valse Tzigane", the song was modified in Paris at the Folies Bergère as a "strip" number. With English lyrics added by Dick Manning in 1932, it had been played throughout the 1957 movie (the French lyric had been created in 1942). Her recording was released in late 1957 and remained on the charts for 29 weeks.[9] In 1958 Kapp released The Day the Rains Came (a French song by Gilbert Becaud called "Le jour où la pluie viendra") with Morgan singing in English on one side and in French on the other. It reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in early 1959.[10] This led to her first television special, Spectacular: the Jane Morgan Hour in early 1959, the same year she married her first husband, Larry Stith. She was featured on the November 10, 1959 jazz special, Timex-All-Star Jazz III. ------------- Albums (original vinyl) # Year Album Title Label and Album Number 1 1956 - The American Girl from Paris - KAPP 1023 2 1957 - Fascination - KAPP 1068 3 1958 - All the Way - KAPP 1080 4 1958 - Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue - KAPP 1089 5 1958 - Jane Morgan (repackage of The American Girl from Paris) - KAPP 1093 6 1958 - The Day the Rains Came - KAPP 1105 7 1958 - Chante Pour Ses Amis Canadiens - KAPP 801 8 1959 - Jane in Spain - KAPP 1129 9 1959 - Great Songs from Great Shows of the Century - KAPP 5006 10 1959 - Broadway in Stereo - KAPP 3001 11 1960 - Jane Morgan Time - KAPP 1170 12 1960 - The Ballads of Lady Jane - KAPP 1191 13 1961 - The Second Time Around - KAPP 1239 14 1961 - Great Golden Hits - KAPP 1246 15 1961 - Big Hits from Broadway - KAPP 1247 16 1961 - Love Makes the World Go ‘Round - KAPP 1250 17 1962 - At the Cocoanut Grove - KAPP 1268 18 1962 - More Golden Hits - KAPP 1275 19 1962 - What Now My Love? - KAPP 1296 20 1963 - Greatest Hits - KAPP 1329 21 1963 - Serenades the Victors - COLPIX 460 22 1964 - More Greatest Hits - KAPP 1372 23 1964 - The Last Time I Saw Paris - COLPIX 469 24 1965 - In My Style - EPIC 24166 25 1965 - Jane Morgan in Gold - Today’s Hits…Tomorrow’s Golden Favorites - EPIC 26190 26 1966 - Jane Morgan Album - COLPIX 497 27 1966 - Fresh Flavor - EPIC 24211 28 1967 - Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye - EPIC 24247 29 1968 - A Jane Morgan Happening - ABC 638 30 1969 - Marry Me! Marry Me! - RCA

LP 560 / DEE DEE SHARP - All the hits

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LP 560 - Dee Dee Sharp 1963 USA / Vinyl; EX- - Cover; EX- (wear) / Høy katalogverdi ! ---------------------------- Birth name Dione LaRue Born September 9, 1945 (age 70) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Genres R&B, Soul , Rock`n roll, Highschool æra. Occupation(s) Singer Instruments Vocals Years active 1961–present ------------------------ Dee Dee Sharp (born Dione LaRue, September 9, 1945, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States[1]) is an American R&B singer, who began her career recording as a backing vocalist in 1961. ---------------- Career [icon] This section requires expansion. (December 2009) In 1962 she began a string of successful Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hits: "Slow Twistin'" (with Chubby Checker) (#3) for which she was uncredited on the label, "Mashed Potato Time" (#2), "Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes)" (#9), "Ride" (#5) and "Do the Bird" (#10).[1] Both "Mashed Potato Time" and "Ride" each sold over one million copies, and were awarded gold discs.[2] "Do the Bird" provided her only entry in the UK Singles Chart, where it peaked at #46 in April 1963.[3] In 1967, she married record producer and Philadelphia International co-founder Kenny Gamble and has since recorded under the name Dee Dee Sharp-Gamble. The couple later divorced in 1980.[1] She had a brief career resurgence during the disco era and hit the charts again with her version of 10 CC's "I'm Not In Love." She also joined Lou Rawls, Billy Paul, Teddy Pendergrass, The O'Jays and Archie Bell as a member of the Philadelphia International All Stars, who had a minor hit with "Let's Clean Up the Ghetto." In 1980 she spent four weeks at number one on the Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Breaking and Entering" / "Easy Money," from her album Dee Dee. More recent appearances included a performance at Pontins in the UK for the Northern Soul Show, and at the 2008 Detroit Jazz Festival. In May 2009, she appeared in Belgium at the Salle De L'Hotel de Ville. ------------------- Studio albums 1962: It's Mashed Potato Time (US #44) 1962: Songs Of Faith 1962: Down To Earth with Chubby Checker (US #117) 1963: Do The Bird 1963: Down Memory Lane 1975: Happy Bout The Whole Thing (R&B #48) 1977: What Color Is Love (as Dee Dee Sharp Gamble, in association with Kenneth Gamble) 1980: Dee Dee (R&B #59) Compilations 1963: 18 Golden Hits 1963: All The Hits 1963: Biggest Hits 2005: Best Of Dee Dee Sharp 1962-1966 2006: Sharp Goes Wild Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP-1409 - CHARLENE - Ive Never Been To Me

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LP-1409 - CHARLENE - 1980 UK Vinyl; EX+ // Cover; EX- ( skade i front,fjernet label )

LP 567 / DEBBIE HARRY ( Blondie ) - Rock Bird

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LP 567 - Debbie Harry 1986 USA ( hennes 2 lp utgivelse ) Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ------------------------------- Birth name Angela Tremble[1] Born July 1, 1945 (age 70) Miami, Florida, U.S. Genres Rock, new wave, punk rock, disco, pop Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, actress, former Playboy Bunny Instruments Vocals Years active 1968–present --------------------- Deborah Ann "Debbie" Harry (born July 1, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter and actress, best known as the lead singer of the new wave and punk rock band Blondie. She recorded several number one singles with Blondie and is sometimes considered the first rapper to chart at number one in the United States as well, due to her work on "Rapture". She has also had success as a solo artist, and in the mid-1990s she recorded and performed with The Jazz Passengers. Her acting career spans over thirty film roles and numerous television appearances. ------------------ Solo career Debbie Harry in 2006 Harry has released five solo albums. She began her solo career in 1981 with KooKoo. Produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of Chic, the album peaked at No. 28 in the US and No. 6 in the UK;[27] it was later certified gold in the US and Silver in the UK. The album's cover art was controversial and many stores refused to stock it.[28] "Backfired", the first single from the album, had a video directed by H. R. Giger (who also created the album's front cover featuring Harry's face with metal skewers through it). The single reached No. 43 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 29 on the Hot Dance Club Songs and No. 32 on the UK Singles Chart.[27] "The Jam Was Moving" was lifted as the second single and peaked at No. 82 in the US. After Blondie split up in 1982, Harry's solo output slowed down as she cared for ailing partner Chris Stein. She released the single "Rush Rush" in 1983 (produced by Giorgio Moroder and taken from the film Scarface), but this was unsuccessful. A new single, "Feel The Spin" (taken from the film Krush Groove) was released as a limited 12" single in 1985, but again was unsuccessful. In 1986, Harry released her second solo album called Rockbird, which peaked at No. 97 in the US and No. 31 in the UK[27] (where it has been certified Gold for 100,000 sales by the BPI). The single "French Kissin' in the USA" gave Harry her only UK solo top 10 hit (No. 8) and became a moderate US hit (No. 57). Other singles released from the album were "Free to Fall" and "In Love with Love", which hit No. 1 on the US Dance Charts and was released with several remixes. "Liar, Liar" was recorded by Harry for the soundtrack album Married to the Mob in 1988, and produced by Mike Chapman. It was their first collaboration since the 1982 Blondie album The Hunter. Her next solo venture was the album Def, Dumb and Blonde in 1989. At this point Harry reverted from "Debbie" to "Deborah" as her professional name. The first single "I Want That Man" was a hit in Europe, Australia, and on the US Modern Rock Charts. The success of the single propelled the album to No. 12 on the UK chart[27] where it earned a Silver disc. However, with little promotion from her record company in the US, it peaked at No. 123. She followed this up with the ballad "Brite Side" and the club hit "Sweet and Low". "Maybe for Sure", a track originally recorded by Blondie for the Rock and Rule animated film, was the fourth single released from the album in June 1990 to coincide with a UK tour (her second in six months). The track "Kiss It Better" was also a Top 15 Modern Rock single in the US. From 1989 to 1991, Harry toured extensively across the world with former Blondie guitarist Chris Stein, Underworld's Karl Hyde, and future Blondie bassist Leigh Foxx. In July 1991, she played Wembley Stadium supporting INXS. In 1991, Chrysalis released a new "best of" compilation in Europe entitled The Complete Picture: The Very Best of Deborah Harry and Blondie, containing hits with Blondie as well as her solo hits. The collection reached No. 3 in the UK album chart[27] and earned a Gold disc. The album also included her duet with Iggy Pop on the Cole Porter song "Well, Did You Evah!" from the 1990 Red Hot + Blue AIDS charity album. Harry's fourth solo album, Debravation, appeared in July 1993. The album's first single was "I Can See Clearly", which peaked at No. 23 in the UK[27] and No. 2 on the US dance charts. This was followed by "Strike Me Pink" in September. Controversy surrounded the latter track's promotional video, which featured a man drowning in a water tank, resulting in it being banned. US editions of the album feature two additional tracks recorded with pre-recorded music by R.E.M.: "Tear Drops" and a cover of Skeeter Davis's 1961 hit "My Last Date (with You)". In November 1993, Harry toured the UK with Stein, guitarist Peter Min, bassist Greta Brinkman and drummer James Murphy. The set list of the Debravation Tour featured an offbeat selection of Harry material including the previously unreleased track Close Your Eyes (from 1989) and Ordinary Bummer (from the Stein-produced Iggy Pop album Zombie Birdhouse, a track that, under the moniker Adolph's Dog, Blondie covered in 1997). Tentative plans to record these shows and release them as a double live CD never came to fruition. However, a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" is available as a bootleg. In early 1994, Harry took the Debravation tour to the US.[29] In the UK, Harry's long tenure with Chrysalis Records also came to an end after lacklustre sales of Debravation, but the label released all of Blondie's albums and Harry's KooKoo album (for the first time on CD) as remastered editions with bonus tracks. ------------------

LP 181 / CHER - With Love / Sjelden !

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LP 181 - Cher - 1967 USA / Sjelden lp ! Vinyl; EX - Cover; VG+ ( side splitt / wear) ----------------------- Born; Cherilyn Sarkisian - May 20, 1946 (age 69) - El Centro, California, U.S. Residence Beverly Hills, California, U.S. Other married names; Cheryl LaPiere, Cher Bono, Cher Allman Cher Bono Allman Occupation; Singer actress model fashion designer television host comedian songwriter dancer businesswoman philanthropist author film producer director record producer Years active; 1963 – present Religion; Buddhism --- Spouse/ gift med ; Sonny Bono (m. 1964; div. 1975) Gregg Allman (m. 1975; div. 1979) --- Musical career Genres; Pop folk disco rock dance Instruments; Vocals Labels; Warner Bros. Wea Geffen Columbia Casablanca MCA Kapp Atco Imperial Associated acts to; Sonny & Cher Allman and Woman Black Rose ------------------------ Cher (/ˈʃɛər/; born Cherilyn Sarkisian on May 20, 1946) is an American singer, actress, and fashion icon. Described as embodying female autonomy in a male-dominated industry, she is known for her distinctive contralto singing voice and for having worked in numerous areas of entertainment, as well as adopting a variety of styles and appearances during her five-decade-long career, which has led to her being nicknamed the Goddess of Pop. Cher gained popularity in 1965 as one-half of the folk rock husband–wife duo Sonny & Cher after their song "I Got You Babe" reached number one on the record charts. She began her solo career simultaneously, releasing in 1966 her first million-seller song, "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)". Goldmine magazine's Phill Marder described her as the leader of an effort in the 1960s to "advance feminine rebellion in the rock world [and] the prototype of the female rock star, setting the standard for appearance [and] attitude".[1] She became a television personality in the 1970s with her shows The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour, watched by over 30 million viewers weekly during its three-year run, and Cher. She emerged as a fashion trendsetter by wearing elaborate outfits on her television shows. While working on television, she established herself as a solo artist with the number-one singles "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves", "Half-Breed", and "Dark Lady". After her divorce from Sonny Bono in 1975, Cher launched a comeback in 1979 with the disco-oriented album Take Me Home and earned $300,000 a week for her 1980–1982 residency show in Las Vegas. In the early 1980s, Cher made her Broadway debut, and then starred in the film Silkwood, which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1983. In the ensuing years, she starred in films such as Mask, The Witches of Eastwick, and Moonstruck, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1988. At the same time, she established herself as a rock singer by releasing multi-platinum albums such as Heart of Stone (1989) and number-one singles such as "If I Could Turn Back Time" and "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)". She reached a new commercial peak in 1998 with the song "Believe", which features the pioneering use of Auto-Tune, also known as the "Cher effect".[2] Her 2002–2005 Living Proof: The Farewell Tour ended up as the highest-grossing music tour by a female artist then. In 2008, she signed a $180 million deal to headline the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for three years. After seven years of absence, she returned to film in the 2010 musical Burlesque. Cher's first studio album in 12 years, Closer to the Truth (2013), became her highest-charting solo album in the U.S. to date. Biographer Mark Bego wrote, "No one in the history of show business has had a career of the magnitude and scope of Cher's."[3] She has won an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, a special CFDA Fashion Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and a Cannes Film Festival Award, among several other honors. She has sold 200 million records worldwide,[4] making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time. She is the only artist to date to have a number-one single on a Billboard chart in each of the past six decades.[5] Outside of her music and acting, she is noted for her political views, philanthropic endeavors and activism for LGBT rights. ------------------- Discography Main articles: Cher albums discography and Cher singles discography See also: Sonny & Cher discography --- All I Really Want to Do (1965) The Sonny Side of Chér (1966) Chér (1966) With Love, Chér (1968) Backstage (1968) 3614 Jackson Highway (1969) Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves (1971) Foxy Lady (1972) Bittersweet White Light (1973) Half-Breed (1973) Dark Lady (1974) Stars (1975) I'd Rather Believe in You (1976) Cherished (1977) Take Me Home (1979) Prisoner (1979) I Paralyze (1982) Cher (1987) Heart of Stone (1989) Love Hurts (1991) It's a Man's World (1995) Believe (1998) -- Not.com.mercial (2000) Living Proof (2001) Closer to the Truth (2013) ----------------- les mer på Wikipedia om Cher !

LP 132 / CILLA BLACK - Sweet Inspiration

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LP 132 - Cilla Black - 1970 UK / Orginalt Studio Album Vinyl; VG+ - Cover; VG+ ------------- Birth name; Priscilla Maria Veronica White Born 27 May 1943 - Vauxhall, Liverpool, England Died 1 August 2015 (aged 72) - Estepona, Málaga, Spain Genres; Pop Merseybeat soul adult contemporary Occupation(s); Singer television presenter actress Instruments; Vocals Years active; 1963 – 2015 ------------------ Main article: Cilla Black discography Cilla (1965) Cilla Sings a Rainbow (1966) Sher-oo! (1968) Surround Yourself with Cilla (1969) Sweet Inspiration (1970) Images (1971) Day by Day with Cilla (1973) In My Life (1974) It Makes Me Feel Good (1976) Modern Priscilla (1978) Especially For You (1980) Surprisingly Cilla (1985) Cilla's World (1990) Through The Years (1993) Beginnings: Greatest Hits & New Songs (2003) Cilla All Mixed Up (2009) ---------------- Priscilla Maria Veronica White OBE (27 May 1943 – 1 August 2015), known by her stage name Cilla Black, was an English singer, television presenter and actress. Championed by her friends The Beatles, she began her career as a singer in 1963, and her singles "Anyone Who Had a Heart" and "You're My World" both reached number one in the UK in 1964. Black had eleven Top Ten hits on the British charts between then and 1971. In May 2010, new research published by BBC Radio 2 showed that her version of "Anyone Who Had a Heart" was the UK's biggest selling single by a female artist in the 1960s.[1] "You're My World" was also a modest hit in the US, peaking at No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100. Along with a successful recording career in the 1960s and early 1970s, Black hosted her own variety show, Cilla, for the BBC between 1968 and 1976. After a brief time as a comedy actress in the mid-1970s, she became a prominent television presenter in the 1980s and 1990s, hosting hit entertainment shows such as Blind Date (1985–2003) and Surprise Surprise (1984–2001). In 2013, Black celebrated her 50 years in show business. British television network ITV honoured this milestone with a one-off entertainment special which aired on 16 October 2013. The show, called The One & Only Cilla Black, featured Black herself and was hosted by Paul O'Grady.[2] Cilla Black died on 1 August 2015 after a fall in her villa in Estepona, Spain. The day after her funeral, the compilation album The Very Best of Cilla Black went to number one on the UK Albums Chart; it was her first number one album. ----------- ---------- Early life Priscilla White was born in Liverpool, England, on 27 May 1943 and grew up in the Scotland Road area of the city. Her parents were John Patrick White (1904–1971) and Priscilla Blythen (1911–1996). She had a Welsh grandfather, Joseph Henry Blythen (1883–1966), who was born in Wrexham, and Irish great-grandparents on both her father's and mother's sides of the family.[3][4] She was raised in a Roman Catholic household, and attended St. Anthony's School,[5] situated behind St. Anthony's Church in Scotland Road,[6] and Anfield Commercial College, where she learnt office skills.[5][7] Determined to become an entertainer, Cilla White gained a part-time job as a cloakroom attendant at Liverpool's Cavern Club, best known for its connection with the Beatles. Her impromptu performances impressed the Beatles and others. She was encouraged to begin singing by a Liverpool promoter, Sam Leach, who booked her first gig at the Casanova Club, on London Road, where she appeared as "Swinging Cilla". She became a guest singer with the Merseybeat bands Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, Kingsize Taylor and the Dominoes and, later, with the Big Three. Meanwhile, she worked as a waitress at the Zodiac coffee lounge, where she later met her future husband Bobby Willis. She was featured in an article in the first edition of the local music newspaper Mersey Beat by the paper's publisher, Bill Harry, who mistakenly referred to her as Cilla Black, rather than her real surname, White. She then took the name Black as part of her stage name.[8] Music career Before August 1967 Black signed her first contract with long-time friend and neighbour, Terry McCann, but this contract was never honoured as it was made when she was under age (the age of majority was then 21) and her father subsequently signed her with Brian Epstein.[7] She was introduced to Epstein by John Lennon, who persuaded him to audition her. John was encouraged by his Aunt Mimi to introduce Cilla to Epstein. Epstein had a portfolio of local artists but initially showed little interest in her. Her first audition was a failure, partly because of nerves, and partly because the Beatles (who supported her) played the songs in their usual vocal key rather than re-pitching them for Black's voice.[9] In her autobiography What's It All About? she wrote:[10] I'd chosen to do "Summertime", but at the very last moment I wished I hadn't. I adored this song, and had sung it when I came to Birkenhead with the Big Three, but I hadn't rehearsed it with the Beatles and it had just occurred to me that they would play it in the wrong key. It was too late for second thoughts, though. With one last wicked wink at me, John set the group off playing. I'd been right to worry. The music was not in my key and any adjustments that the boys were now trying to make were too late to save me. My voice sounded awful. Destroyed—and wanting to die—I struggled on to the end. But after seeing her another day, at the Blue Angel jazz club, Epstein contracted with Black as his only female client on 6 September 1963.[11] Epstein introduced Black to George Martin who signed her to Parlophone Records and produced her début single, "Love of the Loved" (written by Lennon and McCartney), which was released only three weeks after she joined Epstein. Despite an appearance on ABC Television's popular Thank Your Lucky Stars, the single peaked at a modest No. 35 in the UK, a relative failure compared to the débuts of Epstein's most successful artists (the

LP 422 - CONNIE FRANCIS - Second Hand Love

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LP-422 / CONNIE FRANCIS - Vin; VG - Cov;VG+ ( MGM 4049 ) Høy kat.verdi ! --------------- Birth name; Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero Born December 12, 1938 (age 76) - Newark, New Jersey, U.S. Genres; traditional pop, rock and roll, country pop, vocal jazz Occupation(s); Singer Instruments; Accordion, vocals Years active; 1943 – present ----------------- Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, 1938) is an American pop singer and the top-charting female vocalist of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Although her chart success waned in the second half of the 1960s, Francis remained a top concert draw. Despite several severe interruptions in her career, she is still active as a recording and performing artist. ----------- 1959–1973: International recording star Following another idea from her father, Francis traveled to London in August 1959[7] to record an Italian album at EMI's famous Abbey Road Studios.[6] Entitled Connie Francis sings Italian Favorites, the album was released in November 1959. It soon entered the album charts where it remained for 81 weeks, peaking at #4. To this day, it is still Francis' most successful album. "Mama", the single taken from the album, reached #8 in the United States and #2 in the United Kingdom.[9] Following this success, Francis recorded seven more albums of "Favorites" between 1960 and 1964, including Jewish, German, and Irish Favorites, among others. These albums marked Francis' transition from the youth-oriented rock 'n' roll music to adult contemporary music, which George Franconero, Sr. had realized to be necessary if his daughter wanted to pursue a successful longtime career in music. Nevertheless, Francis continued to record singles aimed at the youth-oriented market. Among her top-ten hits on the Hot 100 were "Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart" (1961, #7), "When the Boy in Your Arms (Is the Boy in Your Heart)" (1961, #10), "Second Hand Love" (1962, #9), and "Where the Boys Are" (1961, #4). The last became her signature tune and was also the theme song of Francis' first motion picture of the same name. The movie also introduced the concept of spring break as the once sleepy town of Fort Lauderdale became the hotspot for college students on their spring vacation in the wake of the movie's success. Although she appeared in three further motion pictures, Francis was never satisfied with herself as an actress, and after appearing in a made-for-television movie in 1966, she declined further offers. The success of "Connie Francis sings Italian Favorites" in late 1959/early 1960 led Francis to become one of the first American artists to record in other languages regularly. She was to be followed by other major British and American recording stars including Wanda Jackson, Cliff Richard, Petula Clark, Brenda Lee, The Supremes, Peggy March, Pat Boone, Lesley Gore, The Beatles, and even Johnny Cash, among many others. In her autobiography, Francis mentioned that in the early years of her career, the language barrier in certain European countries made it difficult for her songs to get airplay, especially in Germany. She explained that Germany's most popular singer, Freddy Quinn, often sold two to three million records per song, equivalent to about 12 million in the United States.[citation needed] Francis used these reflections as the basis for her April 1960 recording, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". Although this single became her first #1 on the US charts (immediately followed by her second #1, "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own"), and its B-side "Jealous of you (Tango della Gelosia)" became a huge hit in Italy, it failed to make any impression on the German charts. Veteran lyricist Ralph Maria Siegel penned a set of German lyrics, named "Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel", which, after some friction between Francis and her MGM executives, was recorded and released.[2] The song peaked at #1 in Germany for two weeks, as it did in many other countries, and Francis had six more #1 hits on the German charts.[10] Contrary to popular belief, Francis did not record any further foreign-language versions of "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". The German version is the only one recorded by herself, although other artists recorded further cover versions in various languages such as Portuguese, Swedish, and Finnish. It was not until her #7 on the US charts, "Many Tears Ago", later in 1960 when Francis began to record cover versions of her own songs in foreign languages besides German. Over the following years, she eventually expanded her recording portfolio up to 15 languages. She also sang in Romanian during a live performance at the 1970 edition of the Cerbul de Aur in Braşov, Romania. Francis was not fluent in all of these languages and she had to learn her foreign language songs phonetically. Francis explained in a 1961 television interview that she was fluent in Spanish and Italian, but always had a translator nearby to make sure her translated lyrics and especially her pronunciation were as grammatically correct as possible. In the wake of "Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel", Francis enjoyed her greatest successes outside the United States. During the 1960s, her songs not only topped the charts in numerous countries around the world, but also she was also voted the #1 singer in over 10 countries. In 1960, she was named the most popular artist in Europe, the first time a non-European received this honor. From mid-1961 to mid-1963, Radio Luxembourg closed each day's broadcasts with "It's Time to Say Goodnight", a song Francis had recorded especially for this purpose and which was never officially released until 1996.[11] Francis' enduring popularity overseas led to her having television specials in numerous countries around the world, such as England, Germany, Spain, and Italy. Even at the height of the Cold War, Francis' music was well received in Iron Curtain countries, and some of her recordings were made available on state-ow

LP-1599 / DAMITA JO - Dance With a Dolly

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LP-2115 / DIANA TRASK - Miss Country Soul

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LP-1501 / DOLLY PARTON - Burlap & Satin

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LP-1509 / DOLLY PARTON - Heart Breaker

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LP-2113 / DOLLY PARTON - Sings Country Oldies

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LP-2112 / DOLLY PARTON - Just The Way I Am

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LP-949 / DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - With Love

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LP-949 / Dusty Springfield - 1978 UK Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ---------------------------------- Birth name; Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien Born; 16 April 1939 - West Hampstead, North London, England, United Kingdom Died; 2 March 1999 (aged 59)- Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom Genres; Pop, R&B, blue-eyed soul Occupation(s);Singer, arranger, musician, record producer, television presenter Instruments; Vocals, guitar, piano, percussion Years active; 1958 – 1995 --------------------------------- Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien[note 1] OBE [1] (16 April 1939 – 2 March 1999), known professionally as Dusty Springfield, was an English pop singer and record producer whose career extended from the late 1950s to the 1990s. With her distinctive sensual mezzo soprano sound, she was an important blue-eyed soul singer and at her peak was one of the most successful British female performers, with six top 20 singles on the United States Billboard Hot 100 and sixteen on the United Kingdom Singles Chart from 1963 to 1989.[2] She was a member of both the US Rock and Roll and UK Music Halls of Fame. International polls have named Springfield among the best female rock artists of all time. Her image, supported by a peroxide blonde bouffant hairstyle, evening gowns, and heavy make-up, as well as her flamboyant performances on the black and white television of the 1960s, made her an icon of the Swinging Sixties.[3] Born in West Hampstead, London to a family that enjoyed music, Springfield learned to sing at home. In 1958 she joined her first professional group, The Lana Sisters, and two years later formed a pop-folk vocal trio, The Springfields, with her brother Tom. Her solo career began in 1963 with the upbeat pop hit, "I Only Want to Be with You". Among the hits that followed were "Wishin' and Hopin' " (1964), "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (1964), "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" (1966), and "Son of a Preacher Man" (1968). As a fan of US pop music, she brought many little-known soul singers to the attention of a wider UK record-buying audience by hosting the first national TV performance of many top-selling Motown artists beginning in 1965.[3] Although she was never considered a Northern Soul artist in her own right, her efforts contributed a great deal to the formation of the genre as a result. Partly owing to these efforts, a year later she eventually became the best-selling female singer in the world and topped a number of popularity polls, including Melody Maker's Best International Vocalist.[4] She was the first UK singer to top the New Musical Express readers' poll for Female Singer. To boost her credibility as a soul artist, Springfield went to Memphis, Tennessee to record Dusty in Memphis, an album of pop and soul music with the Atlantic Records main production team. Released in 1969, it has been ranked among the greatest albums of all time by the US magazine Rolling Stone and in polls by VH1 artists, New Musical Express readers, and Channel 4 viewers.[5] The album was also awarded a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Despite its current recognition, the album did not sell well and after its release, Springfield experienced a career slump for several years. However, in collaboration with Pet Shop Boys, she returned to the Top 10 of the UK and US charts in 1987 with "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" Two years later, she had two other UK hits on her own with "Nothing Has Been Proved" and "In Private." Subsequently in the mid-1990s, owing to the inclusion of "Son of a Preacher Man" on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, interest in her early output was revived.

LP 562 / DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - Stay awhile-i only wa

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LP 562 - Dusty Springfield 1964 USA / Vinyl; EX- - Cover; EX- ( baksidenavn+wear) ----------------------------- Birth name Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien Born 16 April 1939 West Hampstead, North London, England, United Kingdom Died 2 March 1999 (aged 59) Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom Genres Pop, R&B, blue-eyed soul Occupation(s) Singer, arranger, musician, record producer, television presenter Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano, percussion Years active 1958–1995 ------------------------ Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien[note 1] OBE [1] (16 April 1939 – 2 March 1999), known professionally as Dusty Springfield, was an English pop singer and record producer whose career extended from the late 1950s to the 1990s. With her distinctive sensual sound, she was an important blue-eyed soul singer and at her peak was one of the most successful British female performers, with six top 20 singles on the United States Billboard Hot 100 and sixteen on the United Kingdom Singles Chart from 1963 to 1989.[2] She is a member of both the US Rock and Roll and UK Music Halls of Fame. International polls have named Springfield among the best female rock artists of all time. Her image, supported by a peroxide blonde bouffant hairstyle, evening gowns, and heavy make-up, as well as her flamboyant performances on the black and white television of the 1960s, made her an icon of the Swinging Sixties.[3] Born in West Hampstead, London to a family that enjoyed music, Springfield learned to sing at home. In 1958 she joined her first professional group, The Lana Sisters, and two years later formed a pop-folk vocal trio, The Springfields, with her brother Tom. Her solo career began in 1963 with the upbeat pop hit, "I Only Want to Be with You". Among the hits that followed were "Wishin' and Hopin'" (1964), "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (1964), "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" (1966), and "Son of a Preacher Man" (1968). As a fan of US pop music, she brought many little-known soul singers to the attention of a wider UK record-buying audience by hosting the first national TV performance of many top-selling Motown artists beginning in 1965.[3] Although she was never considered a Northern Soul artist in her own right, her efforts contributed a great deal to the formation of the genre as a result. Partly owing to these efforts, a year later she eventually became the best-selling female singer in the world and topped a number of popularity polls, including Melody Maker‍ '​s Best International Vocalist.[4] She was the first UK singer to top the New Musical Express readers' poll for Female Singer. To boost her credibility as a soul artist, Springfield went to Memphis, Tennessee to record Dusty in Memphis, an album of pop and soul music with the Atlantic Records main production team. Released in 1969, it has been ranked among the greatest albums of all time by the US magazine Rolling Stone and in polls by VH1 artists, New Musical Express readers, and Channel 4 viewers.[5] The album was also awarded a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Despite its current recognition, the album did not sell well and after its release, Springfield experienced a career slump for several years. However, in collaboration with Pet Shop Boys, she returned to the Top 10 of the UK and US charts in 1987 with "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" Two years later, she had two other UK hits on her own with "Nothing Has Been Proved" and "In Private." Subsequently in the mid-1990s, owing to the inclusion of "Son of a Preacher Man" on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, interest in her early output was revived. -------------------- les mer på+ Wikipedia ...............

LP-947 / DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - It Begins Again

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LP-947 / Dusty Springfield - 1978 UK Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ---------------------------------- Birth name; Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien Born; 16 April 1939 - West Hampstead, North London, England, United Kingdom Died; 2 March 1999 (aged 59)- Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom Genres; Pop, R&B, blue-eyed soul Occupation(s);Singer, arranger, musician, record producer, television presenter Instruments; Vocals, guitar, piano, percussion Years active; 1958 – 1995 --------------------------------- Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien[note 1] OBE [1] (16 April 1939 – 2 March 1999), known professionally as Dusty Springfield, was an English pop singer and record producer whose career extended from the late 1950s to the 1990s. With her distinctive sensual mezzo soprano sound, she was an important blue-eyed soul singer and at her peak was one of the most successful British female performers, with six top 20 singles on the United States Billboard Hot 100 and sixteen on the United Kingdom Singles Chart from 1963 to 1989.[2] She was a member of both the US Rock and Roll and UK Music Halls of Fame. International polls have named Springfield among the best female rock artists of all time. Her image, supported by a peroxide blonde bouffant hairstyle, evening gowns, and heavy make-up, as well as her flamboyant performances on the black and white television of the 1960s, made her an icon of the Swinging Sixties.[3] Born in West Hampstead, London to a family that enjoyed music, Springfield learned to sing at home. In 1958 she joined her first professional group, The Lana Sisters, and two years later formed a pop-folk vocal trio, The Springfields, with her brother Tom. Her solo career began in 1963 with the upbeat pop hit, "I Only Want to Be with You". Among the hits that followed were "Wishin' and Hopin' " (1964), "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (1964), "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" (1966), and "Son of a Preacher Man" (1968). As a fan of US pop music, she brought many little-known soul singers to the attention of a wider UK record-buying audience by hosting the first national TV performance of many top-selling Motown artists beginning in 1965.[3] Although she was never considered a Northern Soul artist in her own right, her efforts contributed a great deal to the formation of the genre as a result. Partly owing to these efforts, a year later she eventually became the best-selling female singer in the world and topped a number of popularity polls, including Melody Maker's Best International Vocalist.[4] She was the first UK singer to top the New Musical Express readers' poll for Female Singer. To boost her credibility as a soul artist, Springfield went to Memphis, Tennessee to record Dusty in Memphis, an album of pop and soul music with the Atlantic Records main production team. Released in 1969, it has been ranked among the greatest albums of all time by the US magazine Rolling Stone and in polls by VH1 artists, New Musical Express readers, and Channel 4 viewers.[5] The album was also awarded a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Despite its current recognition, the album did not sell well and after its release, Springfield experienced a career slump for several years. However, in collaboration with Pet Shop Boys, she returned to the Top 10 of the UK and US charts in 1987 with "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" Two years later, she had two other UK hits on her own with "Nothing Has Been Proved" and "In Private." Subsequently in the mid-1990s, owing to the inclusion of "Son of a Preacher Man" on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, interest in her early output was revived.

LP-2102 / ELKE SOMMER - Love in any language

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LP-2102 / ELKE SOMMER - Love in any language / 1965 USA Sjelden lp ! Vinyl; NM / Cover; EX m,cutout

LP-740 / GRACE SLICK - Manhole

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LP - 740 // Grace Slick - 1973 USA / Hennes debutalbum !! Vinyl; EX+ ( med et par hairlines ) - Cover; EX (edgewear) ------------------ Birth name; Grace Barnett Wing Also known as; Gracie, The Acid Queen, The Chrome Nun Born; October 30, 1939 (age 76) - Highland Park, Illinois, U.S. Genres; Psychedelic rock, acid rock, hard rock, blues rock, pop Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, visual artist Instruments; Vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass, oboe, flute, harmonica, clarinet Years active; 1964 – 1990 (music), 1998 – present (visual arts) ------------------ Grace Barnett Slick (née Wing; born October 30, 1939) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, artist and former model, widely known as the first female diva in rock and roll history and a searing voice in the mid-1960's San Francisco psychedelic renaissance. Her iconic career spanned all or parts of four decades, most notably with the ground-breaking Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship and Starship bands. She started with The Great Society and also had stints as a solo performer. --------- Early life Grace Barnett Wing was born October 30, 1939, in Highland Park, Illinois, to Ivan W. Wing (1907–1987), of Norwegian and Swedish descent, and Virginia (née Barnett; 1910-1984), a lineal descendant of passengers of the Mayflower.[1] In 1949 her brother Chris was born.[2] Her father, working in the investment banking sector for Weeden and Company, was transferred several times when she was a child and, in addition to the Chicago area, she lived in Los Angeles and San Francisco, before her family finally settled in Palo Alto, California, south of San Francisco, in the early 1950s.[3] Wing attended Palo Alto Senior High School before switching to Castilleja High School, a private all-girls school in Palo Alto. Following graduation, she attended Finch College in New York City from 1957 to 1958, and the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, from 1958 to 1959. On August 26, 1961, Wing married Gerald "Jerry" Slick, an aspiring filmmaker, and after the couple briefly moved away from San Francisco, Grace Slick worked as a model at an I. Magnin department store for three years. Slick also started composing music, including a contribution to a short film by Jerry Slick. -----

LP-7178 / FRANCOISE HARDY - Sings In English

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LP-7178 / FRANCOISE HARDY - Sings In English / 1966 UK Sjelden !! Vinyl; VG+ Cover; EX

LP 380 / JANIS JOPLIN - Greatest hits

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LP 380 - Janis Joplin - 1973 USA Vinyl; EX- (riper/hairlines ) - Cover; EX- ( wear) ----------------------- Birth name Janis Lyn Joplin Also known as Pearl Born January 19, 1943 Port Arthur, Texas, U.S. Died October 4, 1970 (aged 27) Los Angeles, California, U.S. Genres Psychedelic rock, blues rock, psychedelic soul Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter Instruments Vocals, guitar Years active 1962–1970 Labels Columbia Associated acts Big Brother and the Holding Company, Kozmic Blues Band, Full Tilt Boogie Band, Grateful Dead, Kris Kristofferson ------------- Janis Lyn Joplin (/ˈdʒɒplɪn/; January 19, 1943 – October 4, 1970) was an American singer-songwriter who first rose to fame in the late 1960s as the lead singer of the psychedelic/acid rock band Big Brother and the Holding Company, and later as a solo artist with her own backing groups, The Kozmic Blues Band and The Full Tilt Boogie Band. Her first ever large scale public performance was at the Monterey Pop Festival; this led her to becoming very popular and one of the major attractions at the Woodstock festival and the Festival Express train tour. Joplin charted five singles; other popular songs include: "Down on Me"; "Summertime"; "Piece of My Heart"; "Ball 'n' Chain"; "Maybe"; "To Love Somebody"; "Kozmic Blues"; "Work Me, Lord"; "Cry Baby"; "Mercedes Benz"; and her only number one hit, "Me and Bobby McGee". Joplin was well known for her performing ability and was a multi instrumentalist. Her fans referred to her stage presence as "electric"; at the height of her career, she was known as "The Queen of Psychedelic Soul". Known as "Pearl" among her friends, she was also a painter, dancer and music arranger. Rolling Stone ranked Joplin number 46 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time in 2004[1] and number 28 on its 2008 list of 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. Joplin remains one of the top-selling musicians in the United States, with Recording Industry Association of America certifications of 15.5 million albums sold in the USA. --------- Studio albums Big Brother and the Holding Company (1967) Cheap Thrills (1968) 2x Platinum I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969) Platinum Pearl (1971) 4x Platinum -------------- les mer på wikipedia...

LP-2117 / JOSEPHINE - a BOBINO 1975 - 2 lp.

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LP-2117 / JOSEPHINE - a BOBINO 1975 - 2 lp. 1976 FRANSK Vinyler; 2 x nm / Cover; EX

LP-7082 / K. D. LAND - Absolut Tork & Twang

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LP-7082 / K. D. LAND - Absolut Tork & Twang / 1989 DE Vinyl; EX Cover; EX ------------------ Birth name Kathryn Dawn Lang Born November 2, 1961 (age 55) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Genres Country, pop, folk, jazz Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer, actress Instruments Vocals, guitar Years active 1984–present

LP-217 / KATE BUSH - Never For Ever

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LP-217 / Kate Bush 1980 Italia Press Vinyl; VG? - Cover; EX FOC ---------- Birth name; Catherine Bush Born; 30 July 1958 (age 57) - Bexleyheath, London Borough of Bexley, England Genres; Rock, Art rock, baroque pop, art pop, experimental pop Occupation(s) Musician singer-songwriter record producer Instruments Vocals keyboards Years active 1975–present ------------ Discography Main articles: Kate Bush discography and List of songs recorded by Kate Bush The Kick Inside (1978) Lionheart (1978) Never for Ever (1980) The Dreaming (1982) Hounds of Love (1985) The Sensual World (1989) The Red Shoes (1993) Aerial (2005) Director's Cut (2011) 50 Words for Snow (2011) ------------ Catherine "Kate" Bush, CBE (born 30 July 1958)[1] is an English singer-songwriter, musician, composer, dancer and record producer known for her ambitious, eclectic music and idiosyncratic performances. Bush first came to note in 1978 when, at the age of 19, she topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks with her debut single, "Wuthering Heights", becoming the first female artist to achieve a UK number-one with a self-written song.[2] She has since released twenty-five UK Top 40 singles, including the top ten hits "The Man with the Child in His Eyes", "Babooshka", "Running Up That Hill", and "King of the Mountain". She has released ten studio albums, all of which reached the UK Top 10, including the UK number-one albums, Never for Ever (1980) and Hounds of Love (1985). She is the first British solo female artist to top the UK album charts and the first female artist ever to enter the album chart at number-one,[3] as well as the first (and to date, only) female artist to have top five albums in the UK charts in five successive decades.[4] Bush has been nominated 13 times for British Phonographic Industry accolades,[5] and in 1987 she won a Brit Award for Best British Female Artist.[6] During the course of her career, she has also been nominated for three Grammy Awards. In 2002, she was recognised with an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. Bush was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to music.[7][8] She received the award from Queen Elizabeth II on 10 April 2013 at Windsor Castle ---------- Musical Career 1975–77: Beginnings Bush attended St Joseph's Convent Grammar School, a Catholic girls' school (later part of St Mary's and St Joseph's School, Sidcup), in Woolwich Road, Abbey Wood, south east London, in the mid-1970s. During this time her family produced a demo tape with over 50 of her compositions, which was turned down by record labels. David Gilmour of Pink Floyd received the demo from Ricky Hopper, a mutual friend of Gilmour and the Bush family. Impressed with what he heard, Gilmour helped the sixteen-year-old Bush get a more professional-sounding demo tape recorded that would be more saleable to the record companies.[18] Three tracks in total were recorded and paid for by Gilmour.[19] The tape was produced by Gilmour's friend Andrew Powell, who would go on to produce Bush's first two albums,[17] and sound engineer Geoff Emerick.[20] The tape was sent to EMI executive Terry Slater.[21] Slater was impressed by the tape and signed her.[22] The British record industry was reaching a point of stagnation.[21] Progressive rock was very popular and visually oriented rock performers were growing in popularity, thus record labels looking for the next big thing were considering experimental acts.[21] Bush was put on retainer for two years by Bob Mercer, managing director of EMI group-repertoire division. According to Mercer he felt Bush's material was good enough to be released but felt that if the album failed it would be demoralising and if it was successful Bush was too young to handle it.[23] For the first two years of her contract, Bush spent more time on school work than making an album. She left school after doing her mock A-levels and having gained ten GCE O-Level qualifications.[24] In 2005, Bush stated in an interview with Mark Radcliffe on BBC Radio 2 that she believed EMI signed her before she was ready to make an album so that no other record company could offer her a contract. After the contract signing, EMI forwarded her a sizeable advance which she used to enroll in interpretive dance classes taught by Lindsay Kemp, a former teacher of David Bowie,[25] and mime training with Adam Darius.[26] Bush also wrote and made demos of close to 200 songs, a few of which today can be found on bootleg recordings and are known as the Phoenix Recordings.[27] From March to August 1977, she fronted the KT Bush Band at public houses around London – specifically at the Rose of Lee public house (now Dirty South) in Lewisham. The other three band members were Del Palmer (bass), Brian Bath (guitar), and Vic King (drums). She began recording her first album in August 1977,[17] although two tracks had been recorded during the summer of 1975. 1978–79: The Kick Inside and Lionheart Kate Bush "Wuthering Heights" (1978) Menu 0:00 Sample from Kate Bush's "Wuthering Heights" Problems playing this file? See media help. As part of her preparation for entering the studio, Bush toured pubs with the KT Bush Band. However, for her début album, The Kick Inside (1978), she was persuaded to use established session musicians, some of whom she would retain even after she had brought her bandmates back on board.[28] Her brother Paddy played the harmonica and mandolin, unlike on later albums where he would play more exotic instruments such as the balalaika and didgeridoo. Stuart Elliott played some of the drums and would become her main drummer on subsequent albums.[29] Bush released The Kick Inside when she was 19 years old, but some of the songs had been written when she was as young as 13. EMI originally wanted the more rock-oriented track "James and the Cold Gun" to be he

LP 563 / LINDA RONSTADT - Same

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LP 563 - Linda Ronstadt 1972 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ------------------------------- Birth name Linda Maria Ronstadt Born July 15, 1946 (age 69) Tucson, Arizona, U.S. Genres Rock, rock and roll, folk, country rock, soft rock,[4] jazz, big band, art rock Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, actress Instruments Vocals, guitar, percussion Years active 1967–2011 ------------------- Linda Maria Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946) is an American popular music singer. She has earned 11 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, an ALMA Award, and numerous United States and internationally certified gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums. She has also earned nominations for a Tony Award and a Golden Globe award. Ronstadt has collaborated with artists from a diverse spectrum of genres including Bette Midler, Billy Eckstine,[5] Frank Zappa, Rosemary Clooney, Flaco Jiménez, Philip Glass, Warren Zevon, Emmylou Harris, Gram Parsons, Dolly Parton, Neil Young, Johnny Cash, and Nelson Riddle. She has lent her voice to over 120 albums and has sold more than 100 million records, making her one of the world's best-selling artists of all time.[6][7] Christopher Loudon of Jazz Times noted in 2004, Ronstadt is "Blessed with arguably the most sterling set of pipes of her generation … rarest of rarities – a chameleon who can blend into any background yet remain boldly distinctive … It's an exceptional gift; one shared by few others."[8] In total, she has released over 30 studio albums and 15 compilation or greatest hits albums. Ronstadt charted 38 Billboard Hot 100 singles, with 21 reaching the top 40, 10 in the top 10, three at number 2, and "You're No Good" at number 1. This success did not translate to the UK, with only her single "Blue Bayou" reaching the UK Top 40.[9] Her duet with Aaron Neville, "Don't Know Much", peaked at number 2 in December 1989.[10] In addition, she has charted 36 albums, 10 top-10 albums and three number 1 albums on the Billboard Pop Album Chart. In a 2011 interview with the Arizona Daily Star she said, "I am 100 percent retired and I'm not doing anything any more". It was announced publicly in August 2013 that Ronstadt had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in December 2012, which left her unable to sing.[11] Her autobiography, Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir,[12] was released in September 2013. It debuted in the Top 10 on The New York Times Best Sellers List. Ronstadt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2014.[13] On July 28, 2014, she was awarded one of the twelve 2013 National Medals of Arts and Humanities. ------------------- Discography Main article: Linda Ronstadt discography Hand Sown ... Home Grown (1969) Silk Purse (1970) Linda Ronstadt (1972) Don't Cry Now (1973) Different Drum (1974) (The first compilation album of Ronstadt's work released by Capitol) Heart Like a Wheel (1974) Prisoner in Disguise (1975) Hasten Down the Wind (1976) Greatest Hits (1976) A Retrospective (1977) Simple Dreams (1977) Living in the USA (1978) Mad Love (1980) Get Closer (1982) What's New (1983) Lush Life (1984) For Sentimental Reasons (1986) Canciones de mi padre (1987) Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind (1989) Mas Canciones (1991) Frenesí (1992) Winter Light (1993) Feels Like Home (1995) Dedicated to the One I Love (1996) We Ran (1998) Western Wall: The Tucson Sessions (1999) Hummin' to Myself (2004) Adieu False Heart (2006) Duets (2014) --------------------- les mer på Wikipedia.........

LP-1546 / LORETTA LYNN - Somebody Somewhere

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LP-1546 / LORETTA LYNN - 1976 USA Vinyl; NM // Cover; EX+ (edgewear)

LP-1557 / LYNN ANDERSON - Rose Garden

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LP-1557 / LYNN ANDERSON - Rose Garden / 1971 NL Vinyl; VG+ (noe hairlinere) Cover; EX

LP-2056 / MAMA CASS - Dream a little dream

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LP-2056 / MAMA CASS - Dream a little dream / 1968 USA Vinyl; EX/EX+ Cover: EX ( noe kantwear) -------------- Born; Ellen Naomi Cohen - September 19, 1941 - Baltimore, Maryland, United States Died; July 29, 1974 (aged 32) - Mayfair, London, England Other names; Mama Cass Genres; Pop - Folk rock

LP-948 / MARIANNE FAITHFUL - The World Of

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LP-948 / Marianne Faithful - 1969 UK MONO Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ----------------------------------- Birth name; Marian Evelyn Faithfull Born; 29 December 1946 (age 69) - Hampstead, London, England Genres; Rock, classic rock, folk, jazz, blues Occupation(s); Singer, songwriter, actress Instruments; Vocals, keyboards Years active; 1964 – present ---------------------------------------- Marianne Evelyn Faithfull (born 29 December 1946) is an English singer, songwriter and actress, whose career has spanned six decades. Her early work in pop and rock music in the 1960s was overshadowed by her struggle with drug abuse in the 1970s. During the first two-thirds of that decade, she produced only two little-noticed studio albums. After a long commercial absence, she returned late in 1979 with the highly acclaimed album Broken English. Faithfull's subsequent solo work, often critically acclaimed, has at times been overshadowed by her personal history. From 1966 to 1970, she had a highly publicised romantic relationship with the Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger. She co-wrote "Sister Morphine", which is featured on the Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers album, and had an early hit with the Jagger/Richards composition "As Tears Go By." ---------------- Studio Albums Come My Way Marianne Faithfull Go Away from My World North Country Maid Loveinamist Dreamin' My Dreams Broken English Dangerous Acquaintances A Child's Adventure Strange Weather A Secret Life The Seven Deadly Sins Vagabond Ways Kissin Time Before the Poison Easy Come, Easy Go Horses and High Heels Give My Love to London

LP-2293 / MELANIE - Garden In The City

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LP-2293 / MELANIE - Garden In The City - 1972 USA DIE-CUT LP Vinyl; NM & Cover; EX FOC

LP 564 / MELANIE - The Four sides of Melanie - DBL

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LP 564 - Melanie 1970 USA / Vinyl; EX- / Cover; 4 siders urbrett cover FOC ( LP; BDS 95005 ) ----------------------------- Birth name Melanie Anne Safka Born February 3, 1947 (age 68) Origin Astoria, Queens, New York, US Genres Folk, pop, country Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician Instruments Vocals, guitar Years active 1967–present ------------------- Melanie Anne Safka-Schekeryk (born February 3, 1947) is an American singer-songwriter.[1] Known professionally as Melanie, she is best known for her hits "Brand New Key", "Ruby Tuesday", "What Have They Done to My Song, Ma", and her song about performing at the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)" ----------------------- Discography Albums; Born to Be (aka My First Album), November 1968 Affectionately Melanie (aka Melanie), December 1969 Candles in the Rain with Edwin Hawkins Singers, September 1970 Leftover Wine, November 1970 R.P.M. (Revolutions Per Minute) (film soundtrack), 1970 The Good Book, May 1971 All the Right Noises (film soundtrack), August 1971 Gather Me, December 1971 Garden in the City, 1972 The Four Sides of Melanie*, 1972 Stoneground Words, November 1972 Melanie at Carnegie Hall, 1973 Please Love Me*, 1973 Madrugada, May 1974 As I See It Now, February 1975 Sunset and Other Beginnings, October 1975 Photograph, 1976 Phonogenic – Not Just Another Pretty Face, September 1978 Ballroom Streets, August 1979 Arabesque, August 1982 Seventh Wave, September 1983 Am I Real or What, 1985 Cowabonga – Never Turn Your Back on a Wave, April 1988 Precious Cargo, 1991 Silence Is King, February 1993 Freedom Knows My Name, 1993 Antlers, 1996 (re-released as Yes Santa, There is a Melanie in 2004) Old Bitch Warrior, February 1996 Recorded Live @ Borders, 1999 Beautiful People: The Greatest Hits Of Melanie*, 1999 These Nights, 2001 Victim of the Moon 2002 Crazy Love, 2002 Moments from My Life, 2003 Paled By Dimmer Light, 2004[1] Ever Since You Never Heard of Me, 2010 1984 (live album), 2015 --------------------- Les mer på Wikipedia !

LP 565 / MELANIE - Stoneground Words

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LP 565 - Melanie 1972 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX FOC -------------------------- Birth name Melanie Anne Safka Born February 3, 1947 (age 68) Origin Astoria, Queens, New York, US Genres Folk, pop, country Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician Instruments Vocals, guitar Years active 1967–present ------------------- Melanie Anne Safka-Schekeryk (born February 3, 1947) is an American singer-songwriter.[1] Known professionally as Melanie, she is best known for her hits "Brand New Key", "Ruby Tuesday", "What Have They Done to My Song, Ma", and her song about performing at the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival, "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)" ----------------------- Discography Albums; Born to Be (aka My First Album), November 1968 Affectionately Melanie (aka Melanie), December 1969 Candles in the Rain with Edwin Hawkins Singers, September 1970 Leftover Wine, November 1970 R.P.M. (Revolutions Per Minute) (film soundtrack), 1970 The Good Book, May 1971 All the Right Noises (film soundtrack), August 1971 Gather Me, December 1971 Garden in the City, 1972 The Four Sides of Melanie*, 1972 Stoneground Words, November 1972 Melanie at Carnegie Hall, 1973 Please Love Me*, 1973 Madrugada, May 1974 As I See It Now, February 1975 Sunset and Other Beginnings, October 1975 Photograph, 1976 Phonogenic – Not Just Another Pretty Face, September 1978 Ballroom Streets, August 1979 Arabesque, August 1982 Seventh Wave, September 1983 Am I Real or What, 1985 Cowabonga – Never Turn Your Back on a Wave, April 1988 Precious Cargo, 1991 Silence Is King, February 1993 Freedom Knows My Name, 1993 Antlers, 1996 (re-released as Yes Santa, There is a Melanie in 2004) Old Bitch Warrior, February 1996 Recorded Live @ Borders, 1999 Beautiful People: The Greatest Hits Of Melanie*, 1999 These Nights, 2001 Victim of the Moon 2002 Crazy Love, 2002 Moments from My Life, 2003 Paled By Dimmer Light, 2004[1] Ever Since You Never Heard of Me, 2010 1984 (live album), 2015 --------------------- Les mer på Wikipedia !

LP-950 / NANCY SINATRA & LEE HAZLEWOOD - Did You E

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LP-950 / Nancy Sinatra og Lee Hazlewood - 1971 UK / KUN UK COVER, SJELDENT ! Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX ------------------------------ A second LP, Nancy & Lee - Did You Ever?, was released in 1971 by RCA Records in Britain. It came out in America (re-titled Nancy & Lee - Again, and with the tracks re-ordered) the following year. ----------------------------- Birth name; Nancy Sandra Sinatra Born; June 8, 1940 (age 75) - Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S. Genres; Rock, pop, country, jazz. Occupation(s); Singer, actress, author. Instruments; Vocals Years active; 1961 – present --------------------------------- Nancy Sandra Sinatra (born June 8, 1940) is an American singer and actress. She is the daughter of the late singer/actor Frank Sinatra and is widely known for her 1966 signature hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". Other defining recordings include "Sugar Town", the 1967 number one "Somethin' Stupid" (a duet with her father), the title song from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, several collaborations with Lee Hazlewood such as "Jackson", and her cover of Cher's "Bang Bang", which was used in the opening sequence of Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Volume 1. Nancy Sinatra began her career as a singer and actress in the early 1960s, but initially achieved success only in Europe and Japan. In early 1966 she had a transatlantic number-one hit with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". She appeared on TV in high boots, and with colorfully dressed go-go dancers, creating a popular and enduring image of the Swinging Sixties.[1][2] The song was written by Lee Hazlewood, who wrote and produced most of her hits and sang with her on several duets, including the critical and cult favorite "Some Velvet Morning". In 1966 and 1967, Sinatra charted with 13 titles, all of which featured Billy Strange as arranger and conductor. Sinatra also had a brief acting career in the mid-1960s including a co-starring role with Elvis Presley in the movie Speedway, and with Peter Fonda in The Wild Angels. In Marriage on the Rocks, Frank and Nancy Sinatra played a fictional father and daughter. ---------------------- Discography Main article: Nancy Sinatra discography Boots (1966) How Does That Grab You? (1966) Nancy in London (1966) Country, My Way (1967) Sugar (1967) Nancy (1969) Nancy's Greatest Hits (1970) Woman (1973) One More Time (1995) Sheet Music (1998) For My Dad (1998) How Does It Feel (1999) California Girl (2002) Nancy Sinatra (2004) Shifting Gears (2013)

LP 568 / NANCY SINATRA - Movin with Nancy

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LP 568 - Nancy Sinatra 1968 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ------------------------------ Birth name Nancy Sandra Sinatra Born June 8, 1940 (age 75) Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S. Genres; Rock, pop, country, jazz Occupation(s); Singer actress author Instruments; Vocals Years active; 1961 – present ------------------------ Nancy Sandra Sinatra (born June 8, 1940) is an American singer and actress. She is the daughter of the late singer/actor Frank Sinatra and is widely known for her 1966 signature hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". Other defining recordings include "Sugar Town", the 1967 number one "Somethin' Stupid" (a duet with her father), the title song from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, several collaborations with Lee Hazlewood such as "Jackson", and her cover of Cher's "Bang Bang", which was used in the opening sequence of Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Volume 1. Nancy Sinatra began her career as a singer and actress in the early 1960s, but initially achieved success only in Europe and Japan. In early 1966 she had a transatlantic number-one hit with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". She appeared on TV in high boots, and with colorfully dressed go-go dancers, creating a popular and enduring image of the Swinging Sixties.[1][2] The song was written by Lee Hazlewood, who wrote and produced most of her hits and sang with her on several duets, including the critical and cult favorite "Some Velvet Morning". In 1966 and 1967, Sinatra charted with 13 titles, all of which featured Billy Strange as arranger and conductor. Sinatra also had a brief acting career in the mid-1960s including a co-starring role with Elvis Presley in the movie Speedway, and with Peter Fonda in The Wild Angels. In Marriage on the Rocks, Frank and Nancy Sinatra played a fictional father and daughter. --------------------------- Recording career 1960s In the late 1950s, Sinatra began to study music, dancing, and voice at the University of California, Los Angeles. She dropped out after a year,[citation needed] and made her professional debut in 1960 on her father's television special, The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis, celebrating the return of Elvis Presley from Europe following his discharge from service in the US Army. Nancy was sent to the airport on behalf of her father to welcome Elvis when his plane landed. On the special, Nancy and her father danced and sang a duet, "You Make Me Feel So Young/Old". That same year she began a five-year marriage to Tommy Sands.[citation needed] Sinatra was signed to her father's label, Reprise Records, in 1961. Her first single, "Cuff Links and a Tie Clip", went unnoticed. However, subsequent singles charted in Europe and Japan. Without a hit in the US by 1965, she was on the verge of being dropped. Her singing career received a boost with the help of songwriter/producer/arranger Lee Hazlewood, who had been making records for ten years, notably with Duane Eddy. Hazlewood became Sinatra's inspiration. He had her sing in a lower key[4] and crafted pop songs for her. Bolstered by an image overhaul — including bleached-blonde hair, frosted lips, heavy eye make-up and Carnaby Street fashions — Sinatra made her mark on the American (and British) music scene in early 1966 with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'",[3] its title inspired by a line in Robert Aldrich's 1963 western comedy 4 for Texas starring her father and Dean Martin. One of her many hits written by Hazlewood, it received three Grammy Award nominations, including two for Sinatra and one for arranger Billy Strange. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.[5] She appeared on TV in high boots, and with colorfully dressed go-go dancers, a craze during the late Sixties, and created a popular and enduring image of the Swinging Sixties.[1][2] A run of chart singles followed, including the two 1966 Top 10 hits "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?" (U.S. No.7) and "Sugar Town" (U.S. No.5). "Sugar Town" became her second million seller.[5] The ballad "Somethin' Stupid" — a duet with her father — hit No.1 in the U.S. and the U.K. in April 1967 and spent nine weeks at the top of Billboard's easy listening chart. It earned a Grammy Award nomination for Record of the Year and remains the only father-daughter duet to hit No.1 in the U.S.; it became Sinatra's third million-selling disc.[5] Other 45s showing her forthright delivery include "Friday’s Child" (U.S. No.36, 1966), and the 1967 hits "Love Eyes" (U.S. No.15) and "Lightning’s Girl" (U.S. No.24). She rounded out 1967 with the raunchy but low-charting "Tony Rome" (U.S. No.83) — the title track from the detective film Tony Rome starring her father — while her first solo single in 1968 was the more wistful "100 Years" (U.S. No.69). In 1968 she recorded the Kenny Young song "The Highway Song" with Mickey Most producing for the U.K. and European markets. The song reached Top 20 in the U.K. and other European countries. Sinatra enjoyed a parallel recording career cutting duets with the husky-voiced, country-and-western-inspired Hazlewood, starting with "Summer Wine" (originally the B-side of "Sugar Town"). Their biggest hit was a cover of the country song, "Jackson". The single peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1967, when Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash also made the song their own. In December they released the "MOR"-psychedelic single "Some Velvet Morning", regarded as one of the more unusual singles in pop, and the peak of Sinatra and Hazlewood’s vocal collaborations. It reached No.26 in the US. The promo clip is, like the song, sui generis. The British broadsheet The Daily Telegraph placed "Some Velvet Morning" in pole position in its 2003 list of the Top 50 Best Duets Ever. ("Somethin' Stupid" ranked number. Les mer på Wikipedia !

LP 569 / NANCY SINATRA - Country, my way

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LP 569 - Nancy Sinatra 1967 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX / Høy pris vinyl ! ------------------------- Birth name Nancy Sandra Sinatra Born June 8, 1940 (age 75) Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S. Genres Rock pop country jazz Occupation(s) Singer actress author Instruments Vocals Years active 1961–present ------------------------ Nancy Sandra Sinatra (born June 8, 1940) is an American singer and actress. She is the daughter of the late singer/actor Frank Sinatra and is widely known for her 1966 signature hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". Other defining recordings include "Sugar Town", the 1967 number one "Somethin' Stupid" (a duet with her father), the title song from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, several collaborations with Lee Hazlewood such as "Jackson", and her cover of Cher's "Bang Bang", which was used in the opening sequence of Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Volume 1. Nancy Sinatra began her career as a singer and actress in the early 1960s, but initially achieved success only in Europe and Japan. In early 1966 she had a transatlantic number-one hit with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'". She appeared on TV in high boots, and with colorfully dressed go-go dancers, creating a popular and enduring image of the Swinging Sixties.[1][2] The song was written by Lee Hazlewood, who wrote and produced most of her hits and sang with her on several duets, including the critical and cult favorite "Some Velvet Morning". In 1966 and 1967, Sinatra charted with 13 titles, all of which featured Billy Strange as arranger and conductor. Sinatra also had a brief acting career in the mid-1960s including a co-starring role with Elvis Presley in the movie Speedway, and with Peter Fonda in The Wild Angels. In Marriage on the Rocks, Frank and Nancy Sinatra played a fictional father and daughter. --------------------------- Recording career 1960s In the late 1950s, Sinatra began to study music, dancing, and voice at the University of California, Los Angeles. She dropped out after a year,[citation needed] and made her professional debut in 1960 on her father's television special, The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis, celebrating the return of Elvis Presley from Europe following his discharge from service in the US Army. Nancy was sent to the airport on behalf of her father to welcome Elvis when his plane landed. On the special, Nancy and her father danced and sang a duet, "You Make Me Feel So Young/Old". That same year she began a five-year marriage to Tommy Sands.[citation needed] Sinatra was signed to her father's label, Reprise Records, in 1961. Her first single, "Cuff Links and a Tie Clip", went unnoticed. However, subsequent singles charted in Europe and Japan. Without a hit in the US by 1965, she was on the verge of being dropped. Her singing career received a boost with the help of songwriter/producer/arranger Lee Hazlewood, who had been making records for ten years, notably with Duane Eddy. Hazlewood became Sinatra's inspiration. He had her sing in a lower key[4] and crafted pop songs for her. Bolstered by an image overhaul — including bleached-blonde hair, frosted lips, heavy eye make-up and Carnaby Street fashions — Sinatra made her mark on the American (and British) music scene in early 1966 with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'",[3] its title inspired by a line in Robert Aldrich's 1963 western comedy 4 for Texas starring her father and Dean Martin. One of her many hits written by Hazlewood, it received three Grammy Award nominations, including two for Sinatra and one for arranger Billy Strange. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.[5] She appeared on TV in high boots, and with colorfully dressed go-go dancers, a craze during the late Sixties, and created a popular and enduring image of the Swinging Sixties.[1][2] A run of chart singles followed, including the two 1966 Top 10 hits "How Does That Grab You, Darlin'?" (U.S. No.7) and "Sugar Town" (U.S. No.5). "Sugar Town" became her second million seller.[5] The ballad "Somethin' Stupid" — a duet with her father — hit No.1 in the U.S. and the U.K. in April 1967 and spent nine weeks at the top of Billboard's easy listening chart. It earned a Grammy Award nomination for Record of the Year and remains the only father-daughter duet to hit No.1 in the U.S.; it became Sinatra's third million-selling disc.[5] Other 45s showing her forthright delivery include "Friday’s Child" (U.S. No.36, 1966), and the 1967 hits "Love Eyes" (U.S. No.15) and "Lightning’s Girl" (U.S. No.24). She rounded out 1967 with the raunchy but low-charting "Tony Rome" (U.S. No.83) — the title track from the detective film Tony Rome starring her father — while her first solo single in 1968 was the more wistful "100 Years" (U.S. No.69). In 1968 she recorded the Kenny Young song "The Highway Song" with Mickey Most producing for the U.K. and European markets. The song reached Top 20 in the U.K. and other European countries. Sinatra enjoyed a parallel recording career cutting duets with the husky-voiced, country-and-western-inspired Hazlewood, starting with "Summer Wine" (originally the B-side of "Sugar Town"). Their biggest hit was a cover of the country song, "Jackson". The single peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1967, when Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash also made the song their own. In December they released the "MOR"-psychedelic single "Some Velvet Morning", regarded as one of the more unusual singles in pop, and the peak of Sinatra and Hazlewood’s vocal collaborations. It reached No.26 in the US. The promo clip is, like the song, sui generis. The British broadsheet The Daily Telegraph placed "Some Velvet Morning" in pole position in its 2003 list of the Top 50 Best Duets Ever. ("Somethin' Stupid" ranked number Les mer på Wikipedia !

LP-1541 / PATSY CLINE - 20 greatest hits !

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LP-1541 / PATSY CLINE - 1984 Italia Vinyl; EX+ // Cover; EX ( kant wear )

LP-1542 / PATSY CLINE - Sweet Dreams

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LP-1542 / PATSY CLINE - 1986 Italia Viny; ex+ // Cover; EX

LP-1543 / PATSY CLINE - The best of

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LP-1543 / PATSY CLINE - 1982 UK Vinyl; VG/VG+ // Cover; EX

LP 415 / RORY BLOCK - High Heeled Blues

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LP 415 - Rory Block - 1981 USA / Blues, Bluesrock Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM- -------------------- Birth name Aurora Block Born November 6, 1949 (age 66) Princeton, New Jersey, United States Genres Country blues Occupation(s) Guitarist, singer Instruments Guitar Years active 1964–present ------------------ Aurora "Rory" Block (born November 6, 1949,[1] Princeton, New Jersey, United States) is an American female blues guitarist and singer, a notable exponent of the country blues style. ---------- Career Aurora Block was born in Princeton and grew up in Manhattan. Her father, Allan Block, ran a sandal shop in Greenwich Village in the 1960s, and the influence of the Greenwich Village folk music scene, such as Peter Rowan, Maria Muldaur, and John Sebastian,[1] tempted Block to study classical guitar. At the age of 14, she met guitarist Stefan Grossman, who introduced her to the music of Mississippi Delta blues guitarists.[2] Block began listening to old albums, transcribing them, and learning to play the songs. At age 15, she left home to seek out the remaining blues giants, such as Mississippi John Hurt, Reverend Gary Davis, and Son House, and hone her craft in the traditional manner of blues musicians;[1] then she traveled to Berkeley, California, where she played in clubs and coffeehouses. After retiring temporarily to raise a family, Block returned to the music industry in the 1970s with middling success until signing with Rounder Records in 1981, who encouraged her to return to her love for the classical blues form. Since then she has carved out her own niche, releasing numerous critically acclaimed albums of original and traditional songs, including many Robert Johnson covers, such as "Terraplane Blues" and "Come on in My Kitchen". Block has won five W. C. Handy Awards, two for "Traditional Blues Female Artist" (1997, 1998) and three for "Acoustic Blues Album of the Year" (1996, 1999, 2007).[1] She also won NAIRD awards for "Best Adult Contemporary Album of the Year" in 1994 for Angel of Mercy and again in 1997 for Tornado.[3] Angel of Mercy, Turning Point, and Tornado included mostly original compositions. However, Mama's Blues, Ain't I a Woman and When a Woman Gets the Blues featured songs written by Tommy Johnson, Robert Johnson, Lottie Beaman, and Mattie Delaney.[4] In 2010, Block released her autobiography in .pdf format and a limited print run titled When A Woman Gets The Blues. Discography Year Title Label Number Notes 1967 How to Play Blues Guitar Elektra 324 Credited as "Sunshine Kate", with Stefan Grossman, reissued in 1978 as Kicking Mule 109 1975 Rory Block RCA Victor 0733 1976 Rory Block (I'm in Love) Blue Goose 2022 1977 Intoxication, So Bitter Sweet Chrysalis 1157 1979 You're the One Chrysalis 1233 1981 High Heeled Blues Rounder 3061 Recorded at Bearsville Sound Studios, Produced by John Sebastian 1983 Blue Horizon Rounder 3073 1984 Rhinestones & Steel Strings Rounder 3085 1986 I've Got a Rock in My Sock Rounder 3097 1987 Best Blues and Originals Rounder 11525 1987 House of Hearts Rounder 3104 1990 Color Me Wild Alcazar 1003 Children's album 1991 Mama's Blues Rounder 3117 1992 Ain't I a Woman Rounder 3120 1994 Angel of Mercy Rounder 3126 1994 Adult Contemporary Album of the Year 1994 Women in (E)motion Tradition & Moderne 107 Live, 1988 1995 When a Woman Gets the Blues Rounder 3139 1996 Acoustic Blues Album of the Year 1995 Turning Point Munich 145 1996 Tornado Rounder 3140 1997 Adult Contemporary Album of the Year 1997 Gone Woman Blues: The Country Blues Collection Rounder 11575 1997 The Early Tapes 1975-1976 Alcazar 111 1998 Confessions Of A Blues Singer Rounder 3154 1999 Acoustic Blues Album of the Year 2002 I'm Every Woman Rounder 3174 2003 Last Fair Deal Telarc CD-83593 2004 Sisters & Brothers Telarc CD-83588 With Eric Bibb and Maria Muldaur 2005 From the Dust Telarc CD-83614 2006 The Lady and Mr Johnson Rykodisc RCD 10872 2007 Acoustic Blues Album of the Year 2008 Blues Walkin' Like a Man: A Tribute to Son House Stony Plain SPCD 1329 2008 Country Blues Guitar - Rare Archival Recordings 1963-1971 Guitar Workshop SGGW103 With Stefan Grossman, reissue of How to Play Blues Guitar plus 16 additional tracks 2011 Shake 'Em on Down: A Tribute to Mississippi Fred McDowell Stony Plain SPCD 1344 2012 I Belong to the Band: A Tribute to Rev. Gary Davis Stony Plain SP 359 2013 Avalon: A Tribute to Mississippi John Hurt Stony Plain SPCD 1369 Her fourth release in the Mentor Series.[5] 2014 Hard Luck Child: A Tribute to Skip James Stony Plain SPCD 1373

LP-1404 - ROSANNE CASH - Seven Years Ache

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LP-1404 - ROSANNE CASH - 1981 USA

LP-1535 / SKEETER DAVIS - My heart`s in the countr

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LP-1535 / SKEETER DAVIS - 1966 USA / Sjelden flott lp ! Vinyl; EX+ // Cover; EX- ( coversplitt/avispapircover)

LP-1536 / SKEETER DAVIS - Bluberry Hill and other

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LP-1536 / SKEETER DAVIS - 1965 USA / Sjelden fin lp. Vinyl; NM- // Cover; EX+ m, orginal plast utvendig !

LP-1537 / SKEETER DAVIS - The end of the world

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LP-1537 / SKEETER DAVIS - 1977 TYSK LP Vinyl; NM- // Cover; EX

LP-1594 / TAMMY WYNETTE - "No Charge"

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LP-1594 / TAMMY WYNETTE - "No Charge" / 1976 NL Vinyl; NM- Cover; EX- (1 kant skade venstre nede !)

LP-2358 / JERRY BURNS - Same

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LP-2358 / JERRY BURNS - Same - 1992 UK Vinyl; NM / Cover; EX

LP-2396 / BELLE EPOQUE - Bamalama

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LP-2396 / BELLE EPOQUE - Bamalama - 1978 SE Vinyl; NM / Cover; EX noe wear POPROCK & EURODISCO

LP-2460 / PETULA CLARK - Same

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LP-2460 / PETULA CLARK - Same - 1968 USA - 1 lp utgivelse i USA Vinyl; EX / Cover; EX m,cut out