LP 652 / LEO KOTTKE - Same

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LP 652 - Leo Kottke 1976 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ---------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 653 / LEO KOTTKE - Ice Water

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 653 - Leo Kottke 1974 USA Re / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ---------------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 654 / LEO KOTTKE - My feet are smiling

Pris: 185,00 NOK
LP 654 - Leo Kottke 1973 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX -------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 655 / LEO KOTTKE - Dreams and all that stuff

Pris: 185,00 NOK
LP 655 - Leo Kottke 1974 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX -------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 656 / LEO KOTTKE - The Best - DBL LP

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LP 656 - Leo Kottke 1978 USA DBL LP / Vinyl; Ex/ex+ - Cover; EX- FOC (vært fukt i nedkant ) -------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 657 / LEO KOTTKE - Chewing Pine

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 657 - Leo Kottke 1975 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ---------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 658 / LEO KOTTKE - Same

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 658 - Leo Kottke 1976 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM cutout ----------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 659 / LEO KOTTKE - L.Kottke, Peter Lang, John F

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 659 - Leo Kottke 1974 USA - Vinyl; EX+ / Cover; EX ------------------- Born; September 11, 1945 (age 70) - Athens, Georgia, U.S. Genres; American folk music, American primitivism, Folk blues, Folkrock,Gitarrock, Folkgitarist Occupation(s); Guitarist Instruments; Vocals, guitar Years active ; 1966 – present ----------------------- Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family. Focusing primarily on instrumental composition and playing, Kottke also sings sporadically, in an unconventional yet expressive baritone described by himself as sounding like "geese farts on a muggy day".[1] In concert, Kottke intersperses humorous and often bizarre monologues with vocal and instrumental selections from throughout his career, played solo on his 6- and 12-string guitars. ------------------------ Studio albums Year Album US Label 1969 6- and 12-String Guitar Takoma 1970 Circle Round the Sun Symposium 1971 Mudlark 168 Capitol 1972 Greenhouse 127 1974 Ice Water 69 Dreams and All That Stuff 45 1975 Chewing Pine 114 1976 Leo Kottke 107 Chrysalis 1978 Burnt Lips 143 Balance 1981 Guitar Music 1983 Time Step 1986 A Shout Toward Noon Private Music 1988 Regards from Chuck Pink 1989 My Father's Face 1990 That's What 24 1991 Great Big Boy 1994 Peculiaroso 1997 Standing in My Shoes 1999 One Guitar, No Vocals 2004 Try and Stop Me RCA Victor --------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 645 / SONNY & CHER - Baby dont go - MONO Utgave

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LP 645 - Sonny & Cher 1965 USA / Vinyl; VG ( hairliere ) - Cover; EX- ( edgewear ) Sjelden MONO ! ----------------------- Origin from; United States Genres; Pop, pop rock, folk Years active; 1964 – 1977 ---------------- Sonny & Cher were an American pop music duo, actors, singers and entertainers made up of husband-and-wife Sonny and Cher Bono in the 1960s and 1970s. The couple started their career in the mid-1960s as R&B backing singers for record producer Phil Spector. The pair first achieved fame with two hit songs in 1965, "Baby Don't Go" and "I Got You Babe". Signing with Atco/Atlantic Records, they released three studio albums in the late 1960s, as well as the soundtrack recording for an unsuccessful movie, Good Times. In 1972, after four years of silence, the couple returned to the studio and released two other albums under the MCA/Kapp Records label. In the 1970s, they also positioned themselves as media personalities with two top ten TV shows in the US, The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour and The Sonny & Cher Show. The couple's career as a duo ended in 1975 following their divorce. In the decade they spent together, Sonny and Cher sold over 40 million records worldwide.[1] Performing under her first name, Cher went on to a highly successful career as a solo singer and actress, while Sonny Bono was eventually elected to Congress as a Republican U.S. Representative from California. The two performers were inducted to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1998, right after Sonny's death in a skiing accident. ----------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 644 / HARPERS BIZARRE - Feelin groovy - MONO

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 644 - Harpers Bizarre 1967 USA - MEGASJELDEN MONO !! Vinyl; VG ( hairlinere ) Cover; VG + ( wear + tape) ------------------- Career Harpers Bizarre was formed out of the Tikis, a band from Santa Cruz, California, that had some local successes with Beatlesque songs in the mid 1960s.[1] The Tikis had been signed to Tom Donahue's Autumn Records from 1965 to 1966 and had released two singles on that label.[2][3] In 1967, record producer Lenny Waronker got hold of the Simon & Garfunkel song "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)", determined to make it into a single. The Tikis recorded it using an arrangement created by Leon Russell, featuring extended harmonies reminiscent of the work of Brian Wilson or even the Swingle Singers. The song was released under a new band name, "Harpers Bizarre" (a play on the magazine Harper's Bazaar), so as not to alienate the Tikis' fanbase.[1] The Harpers Bizarre version of the song reached No. 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in April 1967,[4][5] far exceeding any success that the Tikis thus far had. The track reached No. 34 in the UK Singles Chart.[6] The success of the single prompted Harpers Bizarre to record their debut album. At this point the band consisted of Ted Templeman (born 24 October 1944; vocals, drums, guitar); Dick Scoppettone (born 5 July 1945; vocals, guitar, bass); Eddie James (guitar); Dick Yount (bass, vocals) and John Petersen (8 January 1945 – 11 November 2007; drums, percussion, vocals). Petersen had previously already enjoyed a brief spell of success as member of the Beau Brummels;[1] James left after the release of the group's second album and was replaced by Tom Sowell. Under the guidance of producer Lenny Waronker (and Templeman, who emerged as the leader of the group), Harpers Bizarre developed a unique sound which experimented with heavy vocal layering. Most of Harpers Bizarre's recordings are cheerful and airy, both in subject matter and musical accompaniment, often with string and woodwind arrangements. Their music is most closely associated with the sunshine pop and baroque pop genres. In addition to covering several old standards (including Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" and Glenn Miller's "Chattanooga Choo Choo"), Harpers Bizarre also recorded the work of several contemporary songwriters, including one-time Tikis member Randy Newman, Van Dyke Parks and Harry Nilsson, who also appear on their recordings in the guise of session musicians and/or arrangers. After the band's initial chart ascendancy with "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)", none of Harpers Bizarre's subsequent singles achieved the same level of success. "Chattanooga Choo Choo" did reach No. 1 on Billboard 's Easy Listening chart, despite a drug reference ("do another number down in Carolina"). The band broke up shortly after their last album was released in 1969. Templeman has stated that they broke up over whether to continue with their producer: "Well, the lowdown was that the rest of the band didn't want Lenny to produce us anymore, but I did. So, it was me against them. (Laughs) And that was it."[7] On October 31, 1969, while returning to San Francisco after playing a concert in Pasadena, California, their TWA flight was hijacked. All the passengers were safely released in Denver.[8] In 1967 they contributed the title-song for the TV-series "Mailibu U.", starring Ricky Nelson. Their music can also be heard in the 1968 film I Love You, Alice B. Toklas, and their rendition of "Anything Goes" is heard over the opening scenes of the 1970 film The Boys in the Band. In 1976, a partial reunion of the group occurred (without Templeman) to record an album, As Time Goes By, that is often overlooked in Harpers Bizarre discographies.[citation needed] Drummer John Petersen, husband of Templeman's sister Roberta, died suddenly on November 11, 2007 of a heart attack. ---------- les mer på Wikipedia...

LP 643 / HARPERS BIZARRE - Anything goes

Pris: 165,00 NOK
LP 643 - Harpers Bizarre 1967 USA - WS 1716 Vinyl; VG ( en del hairlines ) Cover; EX ( wear ) --------------- Career Harpers Bizarre was formed out of the Tikis, a band from Santa Cruz, California, that had some local successes with Beatlesque songs in the mid 1960s.[1] The Tikis had been signed to Tom Donahue's Autumn Records from 1965 to 1966 and had released two singles on that label.[2][3] In 1967, record producer Lenny Waronker got hold of the Simon & Garfunkel song "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)", determined to make it into a single. The Tikis recorded it using an arrangement created by Leon Russell, featuring extended harmonies reminiscent of the work of Brian Wilson or even the Swingle Singers. The song was released under a new band name, "Harpers Bizarre" (a play on the magazine Harper's Bazaar), so as not to alienate the Tikis' fanbase.[1] The Harpers Bizarre version of the song reached No. 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in April 1967,[4][5] far exceeding any success that the Tikis thus far had. The track reached No. 34 in the UK Singles Chart.[6] The success of the single prompted Harpers Bizarre to record their debut album. At this point the band consisted of Ted Templeman (born 24 October 1944; vocals, drums, guitar); Dick Scoppettone (born 5 July 1945; vocals, guitar, bass); Eddie James (guitar); Dick Yount (bass, vocals) and John Petersen (8 January 1945 – 11 November 2007; drums, percussion, vocals). Petersen had previously already enjoyed a brief spell of success as member of the Beau Brummels;[1] James left after the release of the group's second album and was replaced by Tom Sowell. Under the guidance of producer Lenny Waronker (and Templeman, who emerged as the leader of the group), Harpers Bizarre developed a unique sound which experimented with heavy vocal layering. Most of Harpers Bizarre's recordings are cheerful and airy, both in subject matter and musical accompaniment, often with string and woodwind arrangements. Their music is most closely associated with the sunshine pop and baroque pop genres. In addition to covering several old standards (including Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" and Glenn Miller's "Chattanooga Choo Choo"), Harpers Bizarre also recorded the work of several contemporary songwriters, including one-time Tikis member Randy Newman, Van Dyke Parks and Harry Nilsson, who also appear on their recordings in the guise of session musicians and/or arrangers. After the band's initial chart ascendancy with "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)", none of Harpers Bizarre's subsequent singles achieved the same level of success. "Chattanooga Choo Choo" did reach No. 1 on Billboard 's Easy Listening chart, despite a drug reference ("do another number down in Carolina"). The band broke up shortly after their last album was released in 1969. Templeman has stated that they broke up over whether to continue with their producer: "Well, the lowdown was that the rest of the band didn't want Lenny to produce us anymore, but I did. So, it was me against them. (Laughs) And that was it."[7] On October 31, 1969, while returning to San Francisco after playing a concert in Pasadena, California, their TWA flight was hijacked. All the passengers were safely released in Denver.[8] In 1967 they contributed the title-song for the TV-series "Mailibu U.", starring Ricky Nelson. Their music can also be heard in the 1968 film I Love You, Alice B. Toklas, and their rendition of "Anything Goes" is heard over the opening scenes of the 1970 film The Boys in the Band. In 1976, a partial reunion of the group occurred (without Templeman) to record an album, As Time Goes By, that is often overlooked in Harpers Bizarre discographies.[citation needed] Drummer John Petersen, husband of Templeman's sister Roberta, died suddenly on November 11, 2007 of a heart attack. ---------- les mer på Wikipedia...

LP 636 / STEELEYE SPAN - Now we are six

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 636 - Steeleye Span 1974 USA / Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX ------------------- Origin from; England Genres; Poprock, Rock,Electric, Folk, Blues Years active 1969–1978, 1980–present ------------------- Steeleye Span are an English folk-rock band formed in 1969. Still active today, along with Fairport Convention, they are amongst the best known acts of the British folk revival, and were among the most commercially successful, thanks to their hit singles "Gaudete" and "All Around My Hat". They had three Top 40 albums; they achieved a certified gold record with sales of "All Around My Hat". Throughout their history, Steeleye Span have seen many personnel changes but have maintained a strong continuity of tradition. Their typical album is a collection of mostly traditional songs with one or two instrumental tracks of jigs and/or reels added; the traditional songs often include some of the Child ballads. In their later albums there has been an increased tendency to include music written by the band members, but they have never got completely away from traditional music, which draws upon pan-British traditions. ----------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 633 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Armed Forces

Pris: 95,00 NOK
LP 633 - Elvis Costello 1978 USA / Vinyl; VG+ (mange hairlines) - Cover; EX- (hjørnebrett ) ------------------ Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 632 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Almost

Pris: 225,00 NOK
LP 632 - Elvis Costello 1981 UK / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX --------------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 631 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Almost

Pris: 225,00 NOK
LP 631 - Elvis Costello 1984 UK / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ( orginal plast utvendig ) ------------------ Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 635 / ELVIS COSTELLO - lbMePdErRoloAmL

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LP 635 - Elvis Costello 1982 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ----------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 630 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Blod & Chocolate - PROMO

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LP 630 - PROMO LP - Elvis Costello 1986 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX / SJELDEN LP ! ----------------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 629 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Taking liberties

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 629 - Elvis Costello 1980 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX m,cutout --------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 628 / ELVIS COSTELLO - King of America

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 628 - Elvis Costello 1986 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ------------------ Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 627 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Best of

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 627 - Elvis Costello 1985 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ---------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 626 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Punch the clock

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 626 - Elvis Costello 1983 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ------------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 625 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Get Happy

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 625 - Elvis Costello 1980 UK / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX ---------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 624 / ELVIS COSTELLO - The Beloved Entertainer

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 624 - Elvis Costello 1980 DE / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ----------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 623 / ELVIS COSTELLO - Trust

Pris: 195,00 NOK
LP 623 - Elvis Costello 1980 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ----------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 1189 / JACKSON BROWNE - World In Motion

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 1189 - Jackson Browne 1989 Canada / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ---------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1188 / JACKSON BROWNE - Lives In The Balance

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 1188 - Jackson Browne 1986 USA / Vinyl; EX? - Cover; EX ------------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1187 / JACKSON BROWNE - Lawyers In Love

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP 1187 - Jackson Browne 1983 DE / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ------------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1186 / JACKSON BROWNE - Hold Out

Pris: 185,00 NOK
LP 1186 - Jackson Browne 1980 DE / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX --------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1185 / JACKSON BROWNE - Running on empty

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LP 1185 - Jackson Browne 1977 USA / Vinyl: EX+ - Cover; EX ------------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1184 / JACKSON BROWNE - The Pretender

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LP 1184 - Jackson Browne 1976 DE / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX+ ---------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1183 / JACKSON BROWNE - Late for the sky

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LP 1183 - Jackson Browne 1974 DE / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ------------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1182 / JACKSON BROWNE - For Everyman

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LP 1182 - Jackson Browne 1973 Usa / Vinyl; EX+ / Cover; EX- (wear) ------------------ Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 1181 / JACKSON BROWNE - Saturate before using

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LP 1181 - Jackson Browne 1972 USA / Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX ( edgewear) ------------------- Birth name; Clyde Jackson Browne Born; October 9, 1948 - Heidelberg, West Germany Origin; Los Angeles, California, U.S Genres; Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock Occupation(s); Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist Years active; 1966 – present ------------------- Clyde Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 18 million albums in the United States.[1] Coming to prominence in the 1970s, Browne has written and recorded songs such as "These Days", "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Lawyers in Love", "Doctor My Eyes", "Take It Easy", "For a Rocker", and "Somebody's Baby". In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as bestowed an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. ------------- Songwriter for others After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Browne's songs, including "These Days", "Holding", and "Shadow Dream Song".[4] He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records' publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including "These Days"). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey. Browne's first songs, such as "Shadow Dream Song" and "These Days", were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a "new face to look for" and praised his "mind-boggling melodies". Les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 558 / MONKEES - the birds, the bees & the monke

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LP 558 - The Monkees 1968 USA / Orginal 1ste press på Colgem Records Vinyl; EX- (hairlines) - Cover; VG (wear+tape) -------------------------- Origin Los Angeles, California, United States Genres Rock, pop Years active 1965 -1971, 1986–1989, 1993–1997, 2001–2002, 2010–present Labels Colgems, RCA, Bell, Arista, Rhino ----------------------- The Monkees are an American pop/rock band that released music in their original incarnation between 1965 and 1971, with subsequent reunion albums and tours in the decades that followed. They were formed in Los Angeles in 1965 by Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider for the American television series The Monkees, which aired from 1966 to 1968. The musical acting quartet was composed of Americans Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork and Englishman Davy Jones. The band's music was initially supervised by producer Don Kirshner. Dolenz described the Monkees as initially being "a TV show about an imaginary band [...] that wanted to be the Beatles, [but] that was never successful."[1] The actor-musicians, however, soon became a real band.[citation needed] As Dolenz later described it, "The Monkees really becoming a band was like the equivalent of Leonard Nimoy [who played the alien officer Spock in Star Trek] really becoming a Vulcan."[2] For the first few months of their initial five-year career as the Monkees, the four actor-musicians were allowed only limited roles in the recording studio. This was due in part to the amount of time required to film the television series.[3] Nonetheless, Nesmith did compose and produce some songs from the beginning, and Peter Tork contributed limited guitar work on the sessions produced by Nesmith. They eventually fought for and earned the right to collectively supervise all musical output under the band's name. The sitcom was canceled in 1968, but the band continued to record music through 1971. A revival of interest in the television show came in 1986, which led to a series of reunion tours and new records. Up until 2011 the group had reunited and toured several times, with varying degrees of success.[4][5][6][7] Despite the sudden death of Davy Jones on 29 February 2012, the surviving members reunited for a tour in November–December 2012[8][9] and again in 2013 for a 24-date tour.[10] The Monkees have sold more than 75 million records worldwide and had international hits, including "Last Train to Clarksville", "Pleasant Valley Sunday", "Daydream Believer" and "I'm A Believer". At their peak in 1967 the band outsold the Beatles and the Rolling Stones combined. ------------------- Les mer på Wikipedia....

LP 146 / JOHN DEEN and The TRAKK - Beat 69 - Sjeld

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LP 146 - John Deen and The Trakk - 1969 DE ( UK - Band ) - Megasjelden vinyl ! Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX- ( wear ) ------------------- JOHN DEEN AND THE TRAKK - Your whole life through Another interesting Lp issued by the budget German label Europa, issued in 1969. Seems to be an English band that tried to make success in Germany. ------------------- Kopi linken, lim in i headingen og hør på den sjeldne vinylen her; https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=john+deen+and+the+Trakk&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-004 ------------- John Deen And The Trakk ‎– Beat 69 Label: Europa ‎– E 351 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Germany Released: 1969 Genre: Rock Style: Surf, Rock & Roll, Beat, Psychedelic Rock Tracklist A1 I'll Show You 3:38 A2 Gotta Get Away 2:55 A3 Standing Alone 2:44 A4 High Phen 1:34 A5 Your Whole Life Through 2:25 A6 Happy Blues 2:33 A7 To Make It 2:05 B1 King And Queen 2:10 B2 I Met A Girl Last Night 1:50 B3 Looking Down On My Friends 1:17 B4 I Found Out 3:46 B5 Letter 3:23 B6 Who Knows 3:12 B7 Kavind 3:10

LP 154 / BEES MAKE HONEY - Music every night

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LP 154 - Bees Make Honey - 1973 UK / Sjelden vinyl ! Flott musikk ! Vinyl; EX- ( hairlines ) - Cover; VG ( uttaksskade lp side ) ------------ Bees Make Honey Origin from; United Kingdom Genres; Pub rock, country rock, Rock n`Roll, Rock Years active; 1971 - 1974 ----------- Bees Make Honey were an influential band in the early pub rock movement in the UK. The band were formed in 1971 in north London by Barry Richardson, who had a residency in a jazz band at the "Tally Ho" public house, when Eggs over Easy started playing pub rock there. He invited Ruan O’Lochlainn, Deke O’Brien and Mick Molloy to see Eggs over Easy [1] and they formed a band with American drummer Bob “Cee” Siebenberg, who would later rise to fame in Supertramp. Richardson, O’Brien and Molloy were former members of Irish showband The Alpine Seven, and of Dublin's first Rhythm & Blues band Bluesville (with Ian Whitcomb).[2] They initially performed as an unnamed band at the "Tally Ho", where Richardson had previously performed, eventually naming themselves Bees Make Honey in January 1972 [3] While touring heavily on the emerging pub rock circuit, Bees Make Honey signed with record label EMI who issued their first single "Knee Trembler" / "Caldonia" (EMI 2078 (1972)), and their debut album Music Every Night (EMI 3013 (1972)). The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios and produced by their manager Dave Robinson, who also managed Brinsley Schwarz,[1] but by the time the album was released, O’Lochlainn and Siebenberg had left. Drummer Fran Byrne, guitarist Rod Demick (ex Screaming Lord Sutch) and keyboardist Malcolm Morley (ex Help Yourself) joined, and toured to promote the album. They supported T. Rex at the Brixton Academy, but most of the audience were teenage girls desperate to see Marc Bolan, and the band was booed heavily. In 1974 original members O'Brien and Molloy left, and Morley joined Man,[4] so guitarists Willy Finlayson and Ed Deane, and keyboardist Kevin McAlea, joined. This line up recorded the second album, but EMI dropped both the unreleased album and the band. Another album was cut for DJM Records, but when this was also not released, the band broke up in late 1974.[3] After the break-up Byrne moved to Ace, Demick & Finlayson formed Meal Ticket and McAlea went on to work with Kate Bush on her 1979 tour and her series of concerts in 2014 in London. A 4-track EP ("Sylvie"/"Namalee"/"Boogie Queen"/"Don't Stop Now") entitled Bees Make Honey was released by Charly (CEP 117) in 1977. In November 1996, Bees Make Honey were included along with other notable UK pub rock bands on a two-disc compilation by EMI Naughty Rhythms: The Best of Pub Rock (EMI Premiere 37968). Subsequently, in 2003, label Acadia released a two-disc anthology entitled Back on Track, combining studio sessions and representative live performances by the band. The Bees also contribute three tracks ("What Have we Got to Loose", "Indian Bayou Saturday" and"Dance Around") and Meal Ticket one ("Day Job") to Goodbye Nashville, Hello Camden Town: A Pub Rock Anthology issued by Castle Records in March 2007 (CMEDD1451). -------------- Se på siden; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Pub_rock_musical_groups

LP 152 / BROWN`S HOME BREW - Together

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LP 152 - Brown`s - 1974 UK Vinyl; EX- - Cover; EX- --------------------- Brown's Home Brew ‎– Together Genre: Pop, Rock, Folkpop Year: 1974 ---- Tracklist Build A Wall Birmingham Cincinatti Floor I Know For Sure The Fisherman Papal Rock I Was Lost Muskrat Momma Rose Every Time You Win One My Good Friend Noah ---- Lite å finne om gruppen på Wikipedia, prøv andre nett steder !

LP 124 / AMERICA - Holiday

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LP 124 - America - 1974 USA Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX (wear ) - Bilde to viser orginalt innercover ! --------------------------- Origin from; London, England Genres; Rock, folk rock, soft rock, pop rock Years active; 1970 – present --------------------- Discography Main article: America discography America (1971) Homecoming (1972) Hat Trick (1973) Holiday (1974) Hearts (1975) History: America's Greatest Hits (1975), compilation Hideaway (1976) Harbor (1977) America Live (1977), live Silent Letter (1979) Alibi (1980) View from the Ground (1982) Your Move (1983) Perspective (1984) In Concert (1985), live Encore: More Greatest Hits (1991), compilation Hourglass (1994) In Concert (1995), live Horse with No Name (1995), live Human Nature (1998) Highway (2000), compilation The Complete Greatest Hits (2001), compilation Holiday Harmony (2002) The Grand Cayman Concert (2002), live Here & Now (2007) Live In Concert: Wildwood Springs (2008), live Hits: 40th Anniversary Edition (2011) Back Pages (2011) Lost & Found (2015) --------------------- America is a rock band, formed in England in 1970 by multi-instrumentalists Dewey Bunnell, Dan Peek, and Gerry Beckley. The trio first met as sons of U.S. Air Force personnel stationed in London, where they began performing live. America achieved significant popularity in the 1970s, and was famous for the trio's close vocal harmonies and light acoustic folk sound. This popularity was confirmed by a string of hit albums and singles, many of which found airplay on pop/soft rock stations. The band came together shortly after the members' graduation from high school, and a record deal with Warner Bros. Records followed. Their debut, a 1971 self-titled album, produced the transatlantic hits "A Horse with No Name" and "I Need You"; Homecoming (1972) produced the single "Ventura Highway"; and Hat Trick (1973), a modest success on the charts which fared poorly in sales, produced one minor hit song. 1974's Holiday featured the hits "Tin Man" and "Lonely People"; and 1975's Hearts generated the number one single "Sister Golden Hair" alongside "Daisy Jane". History: America's Greatest Hits, a compilation of hit singles, was released the same year and was certified multi-platinum in the United States and Australia. Peek left the group in 1977 and their commercial fortunes declined, despite a brief return to the top in 1982 with the single "You Can Do Magic". Four decades into their career, the group continues to record material and tour with regularity. Their 2007 album Here & Now was a collaboration with a new generation of musicians who credited the band as an influence. America has been inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. --------------------- les mer på Wikipedia

LP 122 / DONOVAN - Wear your love like heaven

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LP 116 - Donovan - 1967 NL / Epic Masterpress - sjelden lp ! Vinyl; VG+ - Cover; VG+ ( wear ) --------------------------- Birth name Donovan Philips Leitch Born 10 May 1946 (age 69) Maryhill, Glasgow, Scotland Genres Folk rock, psychedelic folk, psychedelic rock Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, record producer Instruments Vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, banjo Years active 1964 – present ------------- Discography Main article: Donovan discography What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid (1965) Fairytale (1965) Sunshine Superman (1966) Mellow Yellow (1967) A Gift from a Flower to a Garden (1967) The Hurdy Gurdy Man (1968) Barabajagal (1969) Open Road (1970) H.M.S. Donovan (1971) Cosmic Wheels (1973) Essence to Essence (1973) 7-Tease (1974) Slow Down World (1976) Donovan (1977) Neutronica (1980) Love Is Only Feeling (1983) Lady of the Stars (1984) One Night in Time (1993) Sutras (1996) Pied Piper (2002) Sixty Four (2004) Brother Sun, Sister Moon (2004) Beat Cafe (2004) Ritual Groove (2010) The Sensual Donovan (2012) Shadows of Blue (2013) ------------- Donovan (born Donovan Philips Leitch; 10 May 1946) is a Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist. He developed an eclectic and distinctive style that blended folk, jazz, pop, psychedelia, and world music (notably calypso). He has lived in Scotland, London and California, and, since at least 2008, in County Cork, Ireland, with his family.[1] Emerging from the British folk scene, Donovan reached fame in the United Kingdom in early 1965 with live performances on the pop TV series, Ready Steady Go!. Having signed with Pye Records in 1965, he recorded singles and two albums in the folk vein, but after a new contract with US CBS/Epic Records his popularity spread to other countries. After extricating himself from his original management contract, he began a long and successful collaboration with Mickie Most, a leading British independent record producer, with hits in the UK, the US and other countries.[2][3][4] His most successful singles were the early UK hits "Catch the Wind", "Colours" and "Universal Soldier" in 1965. "Sunshine Superman" topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart (number two in Britain), and "Mellow Yellow" reached US number two the following year, with "Hurdy Gurdy Man" in the Top 5 in both countries in 1968. He was the first artist to be signed to CBS/Epic Records by the new administrative vice-president, Clive Davis. Donovan and Most collaborated on hit albums and singles between 1965 and 1970.[5] He became a friend of pop musicians including Joan Baez, Brian Jones and The Beatles. He taught John Lennon a finger-picking guitar style in 1968.[6] Donovan's commercial fortunes waned after parting with Most in 1969, and he left the industry for a time. Donovan continued to perform and record sporadically in the 1970s and 1980s. His musical style and hippie image were scorned by critics, especially after punk rock. He stopped performing and recording several times but had a revival in the 1990s with the emergence of the rave scene in Britain. He recorded the 1996 album Sutras with producer Rick Rubin and in 2004 made a new album, Beat Cafe. Donovan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2014. ------------------- ------------------ Music career 1964–67: rise to fame Donovan arriving at Schiphol Airport in 1965 Returning to Hatfield, he spent several months playing in local clubs, absorbing the folk scene around his home in St Albans, learning the crosspicking guitar technique from local players such as Mac MacLeod and Mick Softley and writing his first songs. In 1964, he travelled to Manchester with Gypsy Dave, then spent the summer in Torquay, Devon. In Torquay he stayed with Mac MacLeod and took up busking, studying guitar, and learning traditional folk and blues.[12][13] In late 1964, he was offered a management and publishing contract by Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens of Pye Records in London, for which he recorded a 10-track demo tape (later released on iTunes), which included the original of "Catch the Wind" (his first single) and "Josie". The first song revealed the influence of Woody Guthrie and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, who had also influenced Bob Dylan. Dylan comparisons followed for some time.[5] In an interview with KFOK radio in the US on 14 June 2005, MacLeod said: "The press were fond of calling Donovan a Dylan clone as they had both been influenced by the same sources: Ramblin' Jack Jesse Fuller, Woody Guthrie, and many more."[citation needed] While recording the demo, Donovan befriended Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, who was recording nearby. He had recently met Jones's ex-girlfriend, Linda Lawrence, who is the mother of Brian Jones' son, Julian Brian (Jones) Leitch.[14] The on-off romantic relationship that developed over five years was a force in Donovan's career. She influenced Donovan's music but refused to marry him and she moved to the United States for several years in the late 1960s. They met by chance in 1970 and married soon after. Donovan had other relationships – one of which resulted in the birth of his first two children, Donovan Leitch and Ione Skye, both of whom became actors. In the first week of May 1965, Donovan met Bob Dylan in Dylan's suite at the Savoy Hotel in London. The music press had made much of their supposed rivalry and Donovan's alleged aping of Dylan (similarities also noted by Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones),[15] The meeting went well and Dylan told Melody Maker: "He played some songs to me. ... I like him. ... He's a nice guy." Melody Maker noted that Dylan had mentioned Donovan in his song "Talking World War Three Blues" but that the crowd had jeered, to which Dylan had responded backstage: "I didn't mean to put the guy down in my songs. I just did it for a joke, that's all." The meeting was captured by

LP 390 / FLINTLOCK - Tears n` Cheers

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LP 390 - Flintlock 1977 UK / Poprock, Rock, Bluesrock, Hardrock Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ FOC ------------------------- Flintlock were a 1970s pop group from Essex, England. Its members were Derek Pascoe (vocals/saxophone), Mike Holoway (drums/percussion), Jamie Stone (bass/vocals), John Summerton (guitar/vocals) and Bill Rice (keyboards). ------------ Career The group began under the name The Young Revivals, but after two years changed their name to Flintlock. They came to national attention in the mid 1970s through regular appearances on the British children's television programmes, You Must Be Joking and Pauline's Quirkes, hosted by the actress Pauline Quirke. Flintlock also appeared on programmes such as Blue Peter, Magpie, and Top of the Pops. They also hosted their own programme, Fanfare. Holoway also became known as an actor in the children's cult TV drama programme, The Tomorrow People, in which Flintlock made a guest appearance in the Series 5 story, The Heart of Sogguth. Flintlock had one Top 30 hit single in the UK Singles Chart, "Dawn", in the summer of 1976.[1] A one-off reunion concert took place in 2007. John Summerton is now a vocalist and guitarist in Essex based group The Beagles. He runs a weekly Jam night at Bowers Social Club in Pitsea, Basildon and a monthly Jam at The Cock Tavern in Ongar, Essex. In January, 2013, 4 members of Flintlock reunited for an impromptu, one-off performance at the Cock Tavern. Discography Singles "Learn to Cry" (August 1975) "A Little Bit of Lovin'" (February 1976) "Dawn" (April 1976) "Sea of Flames" (July 1976) "Russian Roulette" (November 1976) "Carry Me" (March 1977) "Anything for You" (September 1977) "Mony Mony" (February 1978) "(Hey You) You're like A Magnet" (January 1979) Three further singles were released in Japan: "Amorous Lady" (1977) "Taken All Away" (1978) "Get With The Boys" (1979) Albums On the Way (December 1975) Hot from the Lock (December 1976) Tears 'n' Cheers (October 1977) Stand Alone (February 1979) A greatest hits album was also released in Japan and Germany.

LP 371 / PAUL SIMON - Still crazy after all these

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LP 371 - Paul Simon - 1975 USA Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX- ( navn/skittent ) ----------------------- irth name Paul Frederic Simon Born October 13, 1941 (age 74) Newark, New Jersey, US Origin Queens, New York City, New York, US Genres Folk, rock, pop, world --------------- Paul Frederic Simon (born October 13, 1941) is an American musician, actor and singer-songwriter. Simon's fame, influence, and commercial success began as part of the duo Simon & Garfunkel, formed in 1964 with musical partner Art Garfunkel. Simon wrote nearly all of the pair’s songs, including three that reached No. 1 on the U.S. singles charts: "The Sound of Silence", "Mrs. Robinson", and "Bridge over Troubled Water".[1] The duo split up in 1970 at the height of their popularity, and Simon began a successful solo career as a guitarist and singer-songwriter, recording three highly acclaimed albums over the next five years.[2] In 1986, he released Graceland, an album inspired by South African township music. Simon also wrote and starred in the film One-Trick Pony (1980) and co-wrote the Broadway musical The Capeman (1998) with the poet Derek Walcott.[3] Simon has earned twelve Grammys for his solo and collaborative work, including a Lifetime Achievement Award.[4] In 2001, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame[5] and in 2006 was selected as one of the "100 People Who Shaped the World" by Time magazine.[6] In 2011, Rolling Stone magazine named Simon as one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists.[7] In 2015 he was named as one of The 100 Greatest Songwriters by Rolling Stone Magazine.[8] Among many other honors, Simon was the first recipient of the Library of Congress's Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in 2007.[9] In 1986, Simon was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music, where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees. ------------------ Discography Main article: Paul Simon discography Studio albums The Paul Simon Songbook (1965) Paul Simon (1972) There Goes Rhymin' Simon (1973) Still Crazy After All These Years (1975) One-Trick Pony (1980) Hearts and Bones (1983) Graceland (1986) The Rhythm of the Saints (1990) Songs from The Capeman (1997) You're the One (2000) Surprise (2006) So Beautiful or So What (2011) ----------------------- les mer på Wikipedia.....om Simon & Garfunkle

LP 369 / DUBLINERS - Same

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LP 369 - The Dubliners - 1968 DANSK Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX+ ---------------------- Origin Dublin, Ireland Genres Irish folk Years active 1962–2012 ------------- The Dubliners were an Irish folk band founded in Dublin in 1962. The band started off as The Ronnie Drew Ballad Group, named in honour of its founding member; they subsequently renamed themselves as The Dubliners. The group line-up saw many changes over their fifty-year career. However, the group's success was centred on lead singers Luke Kelly and Ronnie Drew, both of whom are now deceased. The band garnered international success with their lively Irish folk songs, traditional street ballads and instrumentals.[1] The band were regulars on the folk scenes in both Dublin and London in the early 1960s, until they were signed to the Major Minor label in 1965 after backing from Dominic Behan. They went on to receive extensive airplay on Radio Caroline, and eventually appeared on Top of the Pops in 1967 with hits "Seven Drunken Nights" (which sold over 250,000 copies in the UK)[2] and "Black Velvet Band". Often performing political songs considered controversial at the time, they drew criticism from some folk purists and Ireland’s national broadcaster RTÉ had placed an unofficial ban on their music from 1967–71. During this time the band's popularity began to spread across mainland Europe and they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show in the United States. The group's success remained steady right through the 1970s and a number of collaborations with The Pogues in 1987 saw them enter the UK Singles Chart on another two occasions.[3] The Dubliners were instrumental in popularising Irish folk music in Europe, though they did not quite surpass the popularity of The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem in the United States. They influenced many generations of Irish bands, and their legacy can to this day be heard in the music of artists such as The Pogues, Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly. Much adored in their native country, covers of Irish ballads by Ronnie Drew and Luke Kelly tend to be regarded as definitive versions. One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated 50 years together in 2012, making them Ireland's longest surviving musical act.[4][5] Also in 2012, the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards bestowed them with a Lifetime Achievement Award.[6] The Dubliners announced their retirement in the autumn of 2012, after 50 years of playing, following the death of the last of the founding members, Barney McKenna.[7] However, the surviving members of the group, with the exception of John Sheahan, continue touring under the name of "The Dublin Legends". ------------- Discography See: The Dubliners discography Original albums 1964 The Dubliners 1965 In Concert (Live) 1966 Finnegan Wakes (Live) 1967 A Drop of the Hard Stuff (a.k.a. Seven Drunken Nights) 1967 More of the Hard Stuff 1968 Drinkin' and Courtin' (a.k.a. I Know My Love) 1968 At It Again (a.k.a. Seven Deadly Sins) 1969 Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Live) 1969 At Home with The Dubliners 1970 Revolution 1972 Hometown (Live) 1972 Double Dubliners (a.k.a. Alive And Well) 1973 Plain and Simple 1974 Live (Live) 1975 Now 1976 A Parcel of Rogues 1977 Live at Montreux (Live) 1977 15 Years On 1979 Together Again 1982 Live In Carré (Live) 1983 21 Years On (Live) 1983 Prodigal Sons 1987 25 Years Celebration 1988 Dubliner's Dublin 1992 30 Years A-Greying 1996 Further Along 1997 Alive Alive-O (Live) 2002 40 Years (features old and new songs) 2002 Live From The Gaiety (Live) 2006 Live At Vicar Street (Live) 2009 A Time to Remember (Live) ----------------- les mere på Wikipedia...

LP 368 / DUBLINERS - The patriot game

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LP 368 - The Dubliners - 1971 UK / Irsk Folkemusikk, Folk SJELDENTALBUM !! Vinyll; NM - Cover; EX+ / Stereo SHM 738 ---------------------- Origin Dublin, Ireland Genres Irish folk Years active 1962–2012 ------------- The Dubliners were an Irish folk band founded in Dublin in 1962. The band started off as The Ronnie Drew Ballad Group, named in honour of its founding member; they subsequently renamed themselves as The Dubliners. The group line-up saw many changes over their fifty-year career. However, the group's success was centred on lead singers Luke Kelly and Ronnie Drew, both of whom are now deceased. The band garnered international success with their lively Irish folk songs, traditional street ballads and instrumentals.[1] The band were regulars on the folk scenes in both Dublin and London in the early 1960s, until they were signed to the Major Minor label in 1965 after backing from Dominic Behan. They went on to receive extensive airplay on Radio Caroline, and eventually appeared on Top of the Pops in 1967 with hits "Seven Drunken Nights" (which sold over 250,000 copies in the UK)[2] and "Black Velvet Band". Often performing political songs considered controversial at the time, they drew criticism from some folk purists and Ireland’s national broadcaster RTÉ had placed an unofficial ban on their music from 1967–71. During this time the band's popularity began to spread across mainland Europe and they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show in the United States. The group's success remained steady right through the 1970s and a number of collaborations with The Pogues in 1987 saw them enter the UK Singles Chart on another two occasions.[3] The Dubliners were instrumental in popularising Irish folk music in Europe, though they did not quite surpass the popularity of The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem in the United States. They influenced many generations of Irish bands, and their legacy can to this day be heard in the music of artists such as The Pogues, Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly. Much adored in their native country, covers of Irish ballads by Ronnie Drew and Luke Kelly tend to be regarded as definitive versions. One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated 50 years together in 2012, making them Ireland's longest surviving musical act.[4][5] Also in 2012, the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards bestowed them with a Lifetime Achievement Award.[6] The Dubliners announced their retirement in the autumn of 2012, after 50 years of playing, following the death of the last of the founding members, Barney McKenna.[7] However, the surviving members of the group, with the exception of John Sheahan, continue touring under the name of "The Dublin Legends". ------------- Discography See: The Dubliners discography Original albums 1964 The Dubliners 1965 In Concert (Live) 1966 Finnegan Wakes (Live) 1967 A Drop of the Hard Stuff (a.k.a. Seven Drunken Nights) 1967 More of the Hard Stuff 1968 Drinkin' and Courtin' (a.k.a. I Know My Love) 1968 At It Again (a.k.a. Seven Deadly Sins) 1969 Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Live) 1969 At Home with The Dubliners 1970 Revolution 1972 Hometown (Live) 1972 Double Dubliners (a.k.a. Alive And Well) 1973 Plain and Simple 1974 Live (Live) 1975 Now 1976 A Parcel of Rogues 1977 Live at Montreux (Live) 1977 15 Years On 1979 Together Again 1982 Live In Carré (Live) 1983 21 Years On (Live) 1983 Prodigal Sons 1987 25 Years Celebration 1988 Dubliner's Dublin 1992 30 Years A-Greying 1996 Further Along 1997 Alive Alive-O (Live) 2002 40 Years (features old and new songs) 2002 Live From The Gaiety (Live) 2006 Live At Vicar Street (Live) 2009 A Time to Remember (Live) ----------------- les mere på Wikipedia...

LP 367 / HERMAN`S HERMITS - Mrs.Brown you got a lo

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LP 367 - Herman`s Hermits - 1968 USA Vinyl; NM- - Cover; EX m, cutout FOC ------------------------ Origin Manchester, England Genres Beat, pop Years active 1962–present ------------- Herman's Hermits are an English beat (or pop) band, formed in Manchester in 1962. Originally called Herman & The Hermits, they were discovered by Harvey Lisberg, who signed them up to management. Lisberg sent a return plane ticket to Mickie Most so that he could come up from London to see the band play in Bolton. Most became the group's record producer, controlling the band's output. He emphasised a simple, non-threatening, clean-cut image, although the band originally played R&B numbers.[1] This helped Herman's Hermits become hugely successful in the mid-1960s but dampened the band's songwriting; Noone, Hopwood, Leckenby and Green's songs were relegated to B-sides and album cuts. Their first hit was a cover of Earl-Jean's "I'm into Something Good" (written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King), which reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart and No. 13 in the US in late 1964. They never topped the British charts again, but had two US Billboard Hot 100 No.1s with "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" (originally sung by Tom Courtenay in a 1963 British TV play) and "I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am" (a British music hall song by Harry Champion dating from 1911, which Peter Noone's Irish grandfather had been in the habit of singing when Noone was young). These songs were aimed at a US fan base, with Peter Noone exaggerating his Mancunian accent. In the US, their records were released on the MGM label, a company which often featured musical performers they had signed to record deals in films. The Hermits appeared in several MGM movies, including When the Boys Meet the Girls (1965) and Hold On! (1966). They also starred in the film Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter (1968) and appeared in the 1965 anthology film Pop Gear. Herman's Hermits had four Top 3 hits in the US in 1965, with the aforementioned No. 1 hits and "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat" (US No. 2). They recorded The Rays' "Silhouettes" (US No. 5), Sam Cooke's "Wonderful World" (US No. 4), "Just a Little Bit Better" (US No. 7), and "A Must to Avoid" (US No. 8) in 1965; "Listen People" (US No. 3), George Formby's "Leaning on a Lamp Post" from Me and My Girl (US No. 9), and the Ray Davies song "Dandy" (US No. 5) in 1966; and "There's a Kind of Hush" (US No. 4) in 1967. On WLS "Mrs. Brown" and "Silhouettes" were 1–2 on 14 May 1965 and exchanged positions the next week, a distinction matched only by The Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and "She Loves You" during 14 February – 6 March 1964. They appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Dean Martin Show and The Jackie Gleason Show. Continued success in the US proved elusive beyond 1967, although they had as many Top Ten hits in Britain (five) in the period 1967 through 1970 as they had had there in the years of the mid-'sixties when the band were wowing American audiences and British audiences seemed more diffident. By the time the group recorded their final album of the 1960s, Rock 'n' Roll Party, the band's success in the US was history and the album was not released by MGM there. Peter Noone and Keith Hopwood left the band in 1971. Herman's Hermits reunited in 1973 to headline a successful British invasion tour of the US culminating with a standing-room-only performance at Madison Square Garden and an appearance on The Midnight Special (without Hopwood). Later, a version of the band featuring Leckenby and Whitwam opened for The Monkees on reunion tours of the US. Noone declined an offer from tour organizers to appear, but later appeared with Davy Jones on a successful teen-idols tour. Karl Green began performing again in 2014, playing the hits of Herman's Hermits for the first time since 1980 ------------------- Discography Main article: Herman's Hermits discography 1965 — Herman's Hermits 1965 — Herman's Hermits on Tour 1966 — Hold On 1966 — Both Sides of Herman's Hermits 1967 — There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World 1967 — Blaze 1968 — Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter 1971 — Whale of a Tale (under moniker Sour Mash) 1986 - Classic Collection 1991- Live in Salem Oregon ---------------- Les mer på Wikipedia...

LP 404 / ASSOCIATION - Stop Your Motor

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LP 404 - The Association - 1971 USA Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX m,cutout ------------------- Origin California, United States Genres Sunshine pop, baroque pop, folk rock, psychedelic folk Years active 1965–1978; 1979-present Labels Jubilee, Valiant, Warner Bros., Columbia, Mums, RCA, Elektra ------------------ The Association is an American pop band from California in the folk rock or soft rock genre. During the 1960s, they had numerous hits at or near the top of the Billboard charts (including "Windy", "Cherish", and "Along Comes Mary") and were the lead-off band at 1967's Monterey Pop Festival. ----------- Beginnings Jules Alexander (born September 25, 1943, Chattanooga, Tennessee) was in Hawaii in 1962 serving a stint in the Navy when he met Terry Kirkman (born December 12, 1939, Salina, Kansas, who had grown up in Chino, California, and attended Chaffey College as a music major), a visiting salesman. The two young musicians jammed together and promised to get together once Alexander was discharged. That happened a year later; the two eventually moved to Los Angeles and began exploring the city's music scene in the mid-1960s, often working behind the scenes as directors and arrangers for other music acts. At the same time, Kirkman played in groups with Frank Zappa for a short period before Zappa went on to form The Mothers of Invention. Eventually, at a Monday night hootenanny at the LA nightclub The Troubadour in 1964, an ad hoc group called The Inner Tubes was formed by Kirkman, Alexander and Doug Dillard, whose rotating membership contained, at one time or another, Cass Elliot, David Crosby and many others who drifted in and out. This led in February 1965 to the forming of The Men, a 13 piece "folk-rock band", reportedly the very first use of this hybrid term. This group had a brief spell as the house band at The Troubadour. After a short time, however, The Men disbanded, with six of the members electing to go out on their own. (Some of the remaining players continued on as Tony Mafia's Men, and one of the others, Mike Whalen, joined The New Christy Minstrels.) At the suggestion of Kirkman's then-fiancée, Judy, they took the name The Association. The original lineup consisted of Alexander (using his middle name, Gary, on the first two albums) on vocals and lead guitar; Kirkman on vocals and a variety of wind, brass and percussion instruments; Brian Cole on vocals, bass and woodwinds (born September 8, 1942 in Tacoma, Washington, and had played with the Portland folk group "Gnu Folk"); Russ Giguere (born October 18, 1943, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and moved to San Diego at age 4) on vocals, percussion and guitar; Ted Bluechel, Jr. (born December 2, 1942, San Pedro, California, who was first chair percussionist in the All Southern California High School Band while attending North Torrance High School and eventually moved on to El Camino College) on drums, guitar, bass and vocals; and Bob Page (born May 13, 1943) on guitar, banjo and vocals. However, Page was replaced by Jim Yester (born November 24, 1939, Birmingham, Alabama, who had played with his brother Jerry in the Yester Brothers before joining the army as a radar technician) on vocals, guitar and keyboards before any of the group's public performances. The new band spent about five months rehearsing before they began performing around the Los Angeles area, most notably a regular stint at The Ice House in Pasadena (where Giguere had worked as lighting director) and its sister club in Glendale.[1] They also auditioned for record labels but faced resistance due to their unique sound. Eventually, the small Jubilee label issued a single of "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" (a song originally recorded by Joan Baez, later popularized by Led Zeppelin), but nothing happened. Finally, Valiant Records offered them a contract, with the first result being a version of Bob Dylan's "One Too Many Mornings", which was produced by Valiant's owner, Barry De Vorzon, at Gold Star Studios. The Men were first managed by Doug Weston, owner of the Troubador, before switching to actor Dean Fredericks, who remained on board when the Association was formed and helped get them the Valiant deal. In 1966 Fredericks turned the reins over to Pat Colecchio, who managed the group for the next eight years. First success Their national break would come with the song "Along Comes Mary", written by Tandyn Almer.[1] Alexander first heard the song when he was hired to play on a demo version and persuaded Almer to give the Association first crack at it. The song, which brought the group a bit of controversy at first due to "Mary" allegedly being slang for marijuana, went to No. 7 on the Billboard charts and led to the group's first album, And Then... Along Comes the Association, produced by Curt Boettcher, which had originally been started at Gary S. Paxton's converted garage studio with the vocals being done at Columbia Studios. Another song from the album, "Cherish", written by Kirkman,[1] would become the Association's first No. 1 in September 1966 (covered 6 years later with great international success by David Cassidy.) The group followed with their second album, Renaissance, released in late 1966. The band changed producers, dropping Boettcher in favor of Jerry Yester (brother of Jim and formerly of the Modern Folk Quartet, and later, a member of The Lovin' Spoonful). The album did not spawn any major hits (the highest charting single, "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies" stalled at No. 35), and the album only reached No. 34, compared with a No. 5 showing for And Then... Along Comes the Association. Crest In late 1966, Warner Bros. Records, which had been distributing Valiant, bought the smaller label (and with it, the Association's contract). In May 1967, Alexander left the band to study meditation in India, and he was replaced by Larry Ramos (born Hilario Ramos on April 19, 1942, Waimea, Hawaii; died April 30, 2014)[2] on vocals and guitar. Ramos joined the

LP 387 / FABULOUS KNICKERBOCKERS - Same

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LP 387 - The Fabulous Knickerbockers - 1987 UK - RARE ! / Mercybeat, US-Beat,Poprock Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM -------------------------- Origin Bergenfield, New Jersey, U.S. Genres Pop, garage rock, rock and roll, Beat music Years active 1964–1970 Labels Challenge Website The Knickerbockers ----------------- The Knickerbockers were an American pop/rock music group, best remembered for their 1965 hit "Lies". History Formation The band was formed in 1962 in Bergenfield, New Jersey, by brothers Beau Charles (guitar and vocals) and John Charles (bass and vocals) (birth names: Robert and John Carlos Cecchino respectively) with fluctuating personnel until 1964, when they met Buddy Randell (vocals and sax) (birth name: William Crandall). Randell was previously of the Rockin' Saints and the Royal Teens, who had a hit with "Short Shorts" in 1958. They took their name from Knickerbocker Road, which ran through the town next to their hometown.[1] The classic line-up consisted of Randell, the Charles brothers and drummer Jimmy Walker (previously the drummer with the Massena, New York-based Atco Records act The Castle Kings). They were spotted by producer and singer-songwriter Jerry Fuller playing the University Twist Palace in Albany, New York, and he subsequently signed them to Los Angeles-based Challenge Records. Initial success Throughout The Knickerbockers' three years of recordings, the group tirelessly pursued current trends; the vocals on "Jerk Town", for example, are heavily derivative of the Four Seasons. (Furthermore, the song's lyrics refer to "hot rods", like so many other popular songs of the day). The Knickerbockers had top-20 hits in early 1964 and 1965 with "All I Need Is You" and "Lies". The follow-up to "Lies" was "One Track Mind", and it was nearly a hit as well. The band's label, Challenge Records, couldn't handle the distribution, and the single only reached number 45. The Knickerbockers soldiered on, appearing in the movie Out of Sight (1966) and as regulars on Dick Clark's ABC-TV program, Where the Action Is (1965–1967). Decline Though the band had a strong songwriter in Beau Charles, the group was hampered by their label's ineptness, and drummer Walker left in late 1967 to replace Bill Medley in The Righteous Brothers.[2] Walker would also record three solo singles for Columbia Records in 1968–1969, before retiring to Wyoming for much of the 1970s. Buddy Randell was the next to depart. The Charles brothers kept the band going by adding new members Richie Walker (vocals), Eric Swanson (drums) and Barry McCoy (keyboards). Randell rejoined The Knickerbockers on drums in 1968, leaving again in 1970 (McCoy departed to join Gary Puckett and The Union Gap). Buddy later recorded singles for Uni Records ("Randi, Randi"/"Be My Baby" 1970) and under aliases such as Steel Wool ("No Sugar Tonight", White Whale 1969) and Blowtorch ("I Want Sugar all the Time" Paramount Records 1971). Beau Charles was also active outside of the group, recording "Sharon Stay in Birmingham" for White Whale Records under the alias of Columbus Jones in 1969. (Both of the White Whale and Uni Records singles were produced or co-produced by George Tobin, who later went on to produce and manage 1980s teenage singer Tiffany). Other projects and reformation Beau and John Charles, along with singer Ritchie Costanza and drummer Eric Swanson, were signed to Motown records in 1971, where their name was subsequently changed to Lodi. They recorded an album (released in 1972) and one single ("Happiness" / "I Hope I See it In My Lifetime") on the Mowest subsidiary, before splitting up. The Charles brothers, Randell, and Swanson then briefly backed up Playboy Records artist Brenda Patterson in 1973–1974, most notably appearing on an episode of The Midnight Special. Beau Charles remained the most visible member of the band throughout the 1970s, appearing in an episode of Harry-O as a lounge singer, and performing on various film and television soundtracks. Since then, The Knickerbockers have reformed twice. The first time was in 1983 in Los Angeles, with everyone except Buddy Randell (he was singing with the faith-based band Jerusalem Rivers at the time). They recorded demos with producer Jerry Fuller, but split up soon afterward. The band reformed one more time, performing for a month in Delray Beach, Florida, in 1990, before disbanding again. Beau and John Charles have been involved with The Knickerbockers' CD releases on Sundazed Records. Buddy Randell died in 1998. The band's two most popular singles are on the box set Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, and there are numerous re-issues and rarity sets. A compilation album by the band is The Fabulous Knickerbockers, released on Sundazed Records. -------------- Albums Lloyd Thaxton Presents.... (Challenge 1264) 1965 Jerk & Twine Time (Challenge 621) 1966 Lies (Challenge 622) 1966 U.S. No. 134 Lodi (MoWest MW 101L) 1972 The Fabulous Knickerbockers! (Sundazed) 1989 The Great Lost Knickerbockers Album! (Sundazed) 1992 Hits, rarities, unissued cuts and more... (Sundazed) 1997 Rockin' with the Knickerbockers! (Sundazed 5154) 2006 ------------------ mer info på Wikipedia !

LP 319 / DES AND DAWN - " The Seagulls name was ne

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LP 319 - Des and Dawn - 1971 USA - SJELDEN LP ! / Folk,Pop,Rock Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX ------------------- More Images Des* And Dawn* ‎– The Seagull's Name Was Nelson Label: IRC ‎– ICC 8004 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: USA Released: 1971 Genre: Folk, World, & Country Style: Tracklist A1 The Seagull's Name Was Nelson A2 Two Little Boys A3 Sixteen Rietfonteins A4 The Beautiful Strangers A5 Jerusalem Of Gold A6 Clear, Cool, Calm And Still B1 Only Love B2 Wayfaring Strangers B3 Whose Garden Was This B4 The Bachelor's Lament B5 The Ballad Of Sea Cottage B6 My Sweet Lord

314 / VAN STEPHENSON - Rightous anger

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LP 314 - Van Stephenson - 1984 USA Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ m, cutout ----------------------- Albums Year Title Chart positions US 1981 China Girl — 1984 Righteous Anger 54 1986 Suspicious Heart — Singles Year Title Chart positions Album US [6] 1981 "You've Got a Good Love Coming" 79 China Girl 1984 "Modern Day Delilah" 22 Righteous Anger "What the Big Girls Do" 45 1986 "We're Doing Alright" — Suspicious Heart -------------- Van Wesley Stephenson (November 4, 1953[1] – April 8, 2001) was an American singer-songwriter. He scored two US Billboard Hot 100 hits in the 1980s as a solo artist, and later became tenor vocalist in the country music band BlackHawk in the 1990s. In addition, Van co-wrote several singles for other artists, such as Restless Heart. Van died of melanoma in 2001. ---------------- Biography Stephenson was born in Hamilton, Ohio but moved to Nashville, Tennessee when he was ten years old, and played in garage bands as a teenager. He graduated from seminary school and wrote songs on the side in the 1970s; his first chart hit as a songwriter was for Crystal Gayle, who cracked the US country Top Ten with his "Your Kisses Will" in 1979. Stephenson went on to write hits for Kenny Rogers, Dan Seals, Janie Fricke, and John Anderson. Partnering with Dave Robbins, Stephenson wrote a string of hits for Restless Heart, and would continue to work with Robbins later in his career. Stephenson landed a recording contract of his own with Handshake Records, through which he released his first solo album, China Girl in 1981. He later signed with MCA, and his second album, Righteous Anger was released in 1984. He scored big on the Billboard charts with "Modern Day Delilah" peaking at No. 22, and a second hit, "What the Big Girls Do" peaked at No. 45.[2] Righteous Anger charted at No. 54 on the Billboard 200,[3] but his follow-up 1986 disc, Suspicious Heart, did not chart, nor did its lead single, "We're Doing Alright." It also included two songs featured on movie soundtracks: "Make It Glamorous" from the 1984 film The Wild Life and "No Secrets" from the 1985 film Secret Admirer. Stephenson returned to songwriting duties until the early 1990s, when he became one-third of BlackHawk, a successful country group, through the end of the decade. In February 1999, Stephenson was diagnosed with melanoma and underwent surgery.[4] He left the group in early 2000 to continue battling the cancer, and he died on the morning of April 8, 2001 as a result of the disease.

LP 243 / ALAN LOMAX - Raise a Ruckus and have a

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LP 243 - Alan Lomax - 1963 USA / Sjelden Folk/C&W LP Vinyl; EX- (hairlines ) - Cover; EX- ( wear ) ------------- Born January 31, 1915 Austin, Texas, United States Died July 19, 2002 (aged 87) Safety Harbor, Florida, United States Occupation(s) Folklorist, ethnomusicologist, musician ------------ Alan Lomax and The Dupree Family ‎– Raise a Ruckus and Have a Hootenanny Label: Kapp Records ‎– KS - 3316 Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo Country: US Released: Genre: Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk ------------- Alan Lomax (January 31, 1915 – July 19, 2002) was an American field collector of folk music of the 20th century. He was also a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian, and film-maker. Lomax produced recordings, concerts, and radio shows in the US and in England, which played an important role in both the American and British folk revivals of the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s. During the New Deal, with his father, folklorist and collector John A. Lomax and later alone and with others, Lomax recorded thousands of songs and interviews for the Archive of American Folk Song at the Library of Congress on aluminum and acetate discs. After 1942, when Congress cut off the Library of Congress's funding for folk song collecting, Lomax continued to collect independently in Britain, Ireland, the Caribbean, Italy, and Spain, as well as the United States, using the latest recording technology, assembling an enormous collection of American and international culture. In March 2004 the material captured and produced without Library of Congress funding was acquired by the Library, which 'brings the entire seventy years of Alan Lomax's work together under one roof at the Library of Congress, where it has found a permanent home.' [1] With the start of the Cold War, Lomax continued to speak out for a public role for folklore,[2] even as academic folklorists turned inward. He devoted much of the latter part of his life to advocating what he called Cultural Equity, which he sought to put on a solid theoretical foundation through to his Cantometrics research (which included a prototype Cantometrics-based educational program, the Global Jukebox). In the 1970s and 1980s Lomax advised the Smithsonian Institution's Folklife Festival and produced a series of films about folk music, American Patchwork, which aired on PBS in 1991. In his late seventies, Lomax completed a long-deferred memoir, The Land Where the Blues Began (1995), linking the birth of the blues to debt peonage, segregation, and forced labor in the American South. --- Mer info på Wikipedia !

LP 242 / HARVEY ANDREWS - Writer Of Songs

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LP 242 - Harvey Andrews - 1972 DE press Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM ---------------- Harvey John Andrews (born 7 May 1943 in Stechford, Birmingham) is an English singer-songwriter and poet. Career From 1964, Andrews supported his nascent career as a singer/songwriter by working as a schoolteacher, before becoming a full-time professional musician in 1966. Harvey Andrews has produced 16 albums singing his own songs, many of which have also been recorded by other artists. He collaborated on a successful musical depicting life growing up in Birmingham in the forties and fifties. "Go Play Up Your Own End" has been well received across the Midlands, especially in its production in 2006 featuring Jasper Carrot in a major role, but has yet to make the transfer to London. The musical has played at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, the Birmingham Hippodrome and the Alexandra Theatre, thus setting a record of having been staged at every one of the second city's major theatres. In 2007 he published a musical memoir "Gold star to the Ozarks". Harvey retired from full-time concert performances in October 2012 with a series of concerts at The Guild Hall, Lichfield. ------------

LP 400 / JEFFERSON - Same

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LP 400 - Jefferson - 1968 USA Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX+ ----------- Jefferson Real Name: Geoff Turton Profile: British pop singer born on March 11, 1944 in Birmingham. Aliases: Geoff Berry, Geoff Turton ----------- Albums ( 3 ) ; Jefferson ‎(LP, Album) - Janus Records - JLS 3006 - 1968 The Colour Of My Love - PYE Records, PYE Records -1969 I Love You This Much - Philips Rec. - 1973

LP 398 / ARLO GUTHRIE - Running down the road

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LP 398 - Arlo Guthrie 1969 DE pressing Vinyl; EX- ( noen hairlines) - Cover; EX --------------------- Birth name Arlo Davy Guthrie Born July 10, 1947 (age 68) Coney Island, New York, United States Genres Folk, folk-rock, talking blues Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, actor Instruments Guitar, harmonica, piano Years active 1967 – present -------------- Discography Main article: Arlo Guthrie discography Alice's Restaurant (1967) Arlo (1968) Running Down the Road (1969) Alice's Restaurant Soundtrack (1969) Washington County (1970) Hobo's Lullaby (1972) Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys (1973) Arlo Guthrie (1974) Together in Concert (1975), with Pete Seeger (2 record set), Warner/Reprise Amigo (1976) The Best of Arlo Guthrie (1977) One Night (1978) Outlasting the Blues (1979) Power of Love (1981) Precious Friend (1982), with Pete Seeger (2 record set), Warner/Reprise Someday (1986) All Over the World (1991) Son of the Wind (1992) 2 Songs (1992) More Together Again (1993), with Pete Seeger (2 record set) Alice's Restaurant: The Massacree Revisited (1996) Mystic Journey (1996) This Land Is Your Land: An All American Children's Folk Classic (1997) Till We Outnumber 'Em (2000) – various artists, live program hosted by Arlo Banjoman: a tribute to Derroll Adams (2002) Live In Sydney (2005) In Times Like These (2007) 32¢ Postage Due (2008) Tales Of '69 (2009)[1] -------------- Arlo Davy Guthrie (born July 10, 1947) is an American folk singer.[1] Like his father, Woody Guthrie, Arlo is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice. Guthrie's best-known work is "Alice's Restaurant Massacree", a satirical talking blues song about 18 minutes in length. His song "Massachusetts" was named the official folk song of the state in which he has lived most of his adult life. --------- Early life Arlo Guthrie was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of folk singer and composer Woody Guthrie and his wife Marjorie Mazia Guthrie. His sister is record producer Nora Guthrie. His mother was a one-time professional dancer with the Martha Graham Company and founder of the Committee to Combat Huntington's disease, the disease that took Woody's life in 1967. His father was from a Protestant family and his mother was Jewish.[2] His maternal grandmother was renowned Yiddish poet Aliza Greenblatt.[3] Guthrie received religious training for his bar mitzvah from Rabbi Meir Kahane, who would go on to form the Jewish Defense League. "Rabbi Kahane was a really nice, patient teacher," Guthrie later recalled, "but shortly after he started giving me my lessons, he started going haywire. Maybe I was responsible."[4] Guthrie converted to Catholicism in 1977,[5] before embracing interfaith beliefs later in his life.[6] Guthrie attended Woodward School in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn 1st through 8th grades and later graduated from the Stockbridge School, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in 1965, and briefly attended Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. He received an Honorary Doctorate from Westfield State College, in 2008. As a singer, songwriter and lifelong political activist, Guthrie carries on the legacy of his legendary father. He was awarded the Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience award on September 26, 1992.[7] "Alice's Restaurant" Guthrie performing during his 2005 Alice's Restaurant Massacree 40th Anniversary tour. His most famous work is "Alice's Restaurant Massacree", a talking blues song that lasts 18 minutes and 34 seconds in its original recorded version. Guthrie has pointed out that this was also the exact length of one of the famous gaps in Richard Nixon's Watergate tapes. He has been known to spin the story out to forty-five minutes in concert. The Alice in the song is Alice Brock, who had been a librarian at Arlo's boarding school in town before opening her restaurant, and who now owns an art studio in Provincetown, Massachusetts.[8] The song lampoons the Vietnam War draft. However, Guthrie has stated in multiple interviews that the song is more an "anti-stupidity" song than an anti-war song, adding that it is based on a true incident.[9] In the song, Guthrie is called up for a draft examination, and rejected as unfit for military service as a result of a criminal record consisting in its entirety of a single arrest, court appearance, fine, and clean-up order for littering on Thanksgiving Day in 1965, when Arlo was 18 years old. Alice's restaurant is the subject of the recurrent refrain, but is not mentioned in the story (early drafts of the song explained that the restaurant was a place to hide from the police). On the DVD commentary for the 1969 movie, Guthrie states that the events presented in the song all actually happened. For a short period after its release in 1967, "Alice's Restaurant" was heavily played on U.S. college and counterculture radio stations. It became a symbol of the late 1960s and for many it defined an attitude and lifestyle that were lived out across the country in the ensuing years. Its leisurely, sassy finger-picking acoustic guitar and rambling lyrics were widely memorized and played by irreverent youth. Many stations across the States have made playing "Alice's Restaurant" a Thanksgiving Day tradition.[10] A 1969 film, directed and co-written by Arthur Penn, was based on the true story told in the song, but with the addition of a large number of fictional scenes. This film, also called Alice's Restaurant, featured Arlo and several other figures in the song portraying themselves. The part of his father Woody Guthrie, who had died in 1967, was played by an actor, Joseph Boley; Alice, who made a cameo appearance as an extra, was also recast, with actress Pat Quinn in the title role.[11] Despite its popularity, the song "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" is not always featured on the set list of any given Guthrie performance. He performs the song every

LP-216 / 4 SEASONS - Gold Edition - 29 Gol

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LP-216 / The 4 SEASONS DBL LP 1969 USA - Det sjeldne Metall Gull-albumet ! Vinyler; EX+ - Cover; EX- ( litt wear ) ( Høy kat.pris ! ) ------------- Also known as Jersey Boys, The four lovers Origin Newark, New Jersey, United States Genres Pop, pop rock, blue-eyed soul Years active 1960–present ------------ The Four Seasons are an American rock and pop band that became internationally successful in the 1960s and 1970s. The Vocal Group Hall of Fame has stated that the group was the most popular rock band before the Beatles.[1] Since 1970, they have also been known at times as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. In 1960, the group known as the Four Lovers evolved into the Four Seasons, with Frankie Valli as the lead singer, Bob Gaudio (formerly of the Royal Teens) on keyboards and tenor vocals, Tommy DeVito on lead guitar and baritone vocals, and Nick Massi on electric bass and bass vocals. The legal name of the organization is the Four Seasons Partnership, formed by Gaudio and Valli after a failed audition in 1960. While singers, producers, and musicians have come and gone, Gaudio and Valli remain the group's constant (with each owning fifty percent of the act and its assets, including virtually all of its recording catalog).[2][3] Gaudio no longer plays live, leaving Valli the only member of the group from its inception who is currently (2015) touring.[4] The Four Seasons (group members 1960–1966) were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990,[5] and joined the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999.[1] They are one of the best-selling musical groups of all time, having sold an estimated 100 million records worldwide. ------------- Before the Four Seasons Main article: Four Lovers Frankie Valli's first commercial release was "My Mother's Eyes" (as Frankie Valley) in 1953. The following year, he and guitarist Tommy DeVito formed the Variatones (with Hank Majewski, rhythm guitar, Frank Cattone, accordion, and Billy Thompson, drums),[6] which between 1954 and 1956 performed and recorded under a variety of names before settling on the name The Four Lovers.[7][8] The same year, the quartet released their first record, "You're the Apple of My Eye", which appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, peaking at #62.[9] Five additional Four Lovers singles (on RCA Victor) were released over the next year, with virtually no sales, airplay, or jukebox play. In 1957, the group's seventh single (this time on Epic) had a similar lack of success.[10] From 1956 until 1958, the group stayed together, performing in clubs and lounges as the Four Lovers and recording on various record labels with various names: Frankie Tyler, Frankie Valley, Frankie Valley and the Travelers, Frankie Valley and the Romans, the Village Voices, and the Topics are some of the 18 "stage names" used individually or collectively by the members of the group. In 1958, Charles Calello replaced Nick Massi on bass in the lineup. In 1959, the group started working with producer/songwriter Bob Crewe, primarily for session work (Crewe wrote "I Go Ape", which Valli recorded with the intention of releasing it as a "solo" single). Later that year, the Four Lovers were performing in Baltimore on the same stage as the Royal Teens, who were riding the wave of success of "Short Shorts", a song co-written by then-15-year-old Bob Gaudio, who was also the Royal Teens' keyboardist. In late 1959, Gaudio was added to the Four Lovers on keyboards and guitar, as a replacement for rhythm guitarist Hank Majewski. Early the following year, Nick Massi returned to replace Calello, who remained the band's musical arranger. In 1960, despite the changes of personnel, the fortunes of the Four Lovers had not changed—they failed an audition for a lounge at a Union Township, Union County, New Jersey bowling establishment. According to Gaudio, "We figured we'll come out of this with something. So we took the name of the bowling alley. It was called the Four Seasons." Despite the last few years of frustration of the Four Lovers, this proved to be the turning point for the group. Later, on a handshake agreement between keyboardist/composer Bob Gaudio and lead singer Frankie Valli, the Four Seasons Partnership was formed. The rise of the Four Seasons The Four Seasons signed as artists to Crewe's production company, and they released their first Crewe-produced single under their new name in 1961 ("Bermuda"/"Spanish Lace" on Gone Records). The single did not chart. The group continued working with producer Bob Crewe as background vocalists, and sometimes leads under different group names, for productions on Crewe's own Topix label. As a follow-up, Bob Gaudio wrote a song that, after some discussion between Crewe and Gaudio, was titled "Sherry". After the song was recorded, Crewe and the members of the group solicited record labels to release it. It was Frankie Valli who spoke with Randy Wood, West coast sales manager for Vee-Jay Records (not the founder of Dot Records) who, in turn, suggested the release of "Sherry" to the decision makers at Vee-Jay. "Sherry" made enough of an impression that Crewe was able to sign a deal between his production company and Vee-Jay for its release. They were the first white artists to sign with Vee-Jay.[11] In 1962, the group released their first album, featuring the single "Sherry", which was not only their first charted hit but also their first number-one song. Under the guidance of Bob Crewe, the Four Seasons followed up "Sherry" with several million-selling hits, generally composed by Crewe and Gaudio, including "Big Girls Don't Cry" (their second #1 hit), "Walk Like a Man" (their third #1), "Candy Girl", "Ain't That a Shame", and several others. In addition, they released a Christmas album in December 1962 and charted with a unique rendition of "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town". From 1962 to early 1964, only the Beach Boys matched the Four Seasons in record sales in the United States, and their first three Ve

LP-32 / CLASSICS IV - The Very Best of

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LP-32 / CLASSICS IV 1975 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM ( Min lapp er på bildet, fjernes ) ------------------- Classics IV, 1968. Background information Origin from; Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. Genres; Soft southern rock, pop rock Years active; 1965 – present ------------------ The Classics IV is a band formed in Jacksonville, Florida, United States, in 1965. The band is often credited for establishing the "soft southern rock" sound. The band, led by singer Dennis Yost, is known mainly for the hits "Spooky", "Stormy" and "Traces", released 1967 to 1969, which have become cover standards. ------------ Early days The group began as a Jacksonville cover band consisting of guitarists J. R. Cobb, Walter Eaton, keyboardist Joe Wilson, and singer Dennis Yost. Cobb and producer-manager Buddy Buie (died 18 July 2015, in Dothan, Alabama, from a heart attack) would later form The Atlanta Rhythm Section with Candymen drummer Robert Nix (died on May 20, 2012, at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, at age 67, from complications following surgery; he suffered from diabetes and multiple myeloma[1]), also from Jacksonville, and keyboardist Dean Daughtry in 1974. Yost had previously been a member of The Echoes. The name "The Classics" came from the Classic drum set Yost owned. He was known in the Georgia/Florida area as the "stand-up drummer" because he played standing up. The Classics played Ventures covers, instrumental versions of "Misty" and "Summertime." People started requesting vocals, so Dennis would say "I can sing that," and that was the beginning of the group's new direction. The group began performing vocal hits such as "Sherry" by The Four Seasons. The band was discovered performing in Daytona Beach by talent agent Paul Cochran, who became the band's manager in partnership with Buie. The pair had formed an alliance with manager-publisher Bill Lowery and urged the band to relocate to Atlanta. With the help of Lowery, they quickly snagged the group a singles deal with Capitol. The Classics' debut single was "Pollyanna," a song written by Lowery client Joe South. Its style was starkly similar to that of the Four Seasons. Shortly after that they received a letter informing them that there was already a recording act named The Classics, who had a single titled "Till Then." In an effort to differentiate themselves, Yost and company added "IV" to the name because there were (at that time) four members. After the Capitol single flopped, the group landed a deal with Imperial Records. Guitarists Cobb and Buie added lyrics to a jazz instrumental titled "Spooky," a regional hit for Atlanta saxophonist Mike Sharpe. The single made it to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. and #46 in the UK. Drummer Kim Venable was brought in so Yost could move freely out front (Robert Nix and Terry Walters were the drummers on their studio recordings). Daughtry replaced Wilson. The band changed its name to "The Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost" and enjoyed two more top-10 hits, "Stormy" (1968, No. 5) and "Traces" (1969, Hot 100 No. 2, Easy Listening No. 2). Cobb and Buie borrowed heavily from 1936's "Everyday With Jesus" by Robert C. and Wendell P. Loveless to pen the top 20 follow-up "Everyday With You Girl" (1969, No. 19). In 1971 Michael Huey[2] became the drummer after working for other Lowery artists Tommy Roe and The Swingin' Medallions. During this period Huey also became the staff drummer for Lowery Studios, and later moved to L.A. where he drummed on numerous hit records and tours for Walter Egan, Juice Newton, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Lindsey Buckingham, Etta James, and more. "Spooky", "Stormy", and "Traces" each sold more than one million units, and all were awarded gold discs by the R.I.A.A.[3] Those three hits plus "Everyday With You Girl" also appeared in the 1977 film The Chicken Chronicles. They changed their name again, to "Dennis Yost and the Classics IV," and had one last top 40 hit, "What Am I Crying For?" (1972, No. 39) on MGM South. Cobb left and was replaced by Bradenton, Fla., guitarist Mack Doss. ----------- ALBUMS; Year Album; 1968 Spooky - Imperial LP-9371 (Mono) - LP-12371 (Stereo) Mamas and Papas/Soul Train - Imperial LP-12407 1969 Traces - Imperial LP-12429 Golden Greats Volume 1 - Imperial LP-16000 1970 Stormy - Sunset SUS-5323 Song - Liberty LST-11003 1973 What Am I Crying For - MGM South MSH-702

LP 514 / CLIFFORD T. WARD - Home Thoughts

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LP 514 - Clifford T. Ward 1973 UK press / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX+ ---------------- Clifford T. Ward Birth name Clifford Thomas Ward Born 10 February 1944 Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire, England Died 18 December 2001 (aged 57) Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter Years active 1962–2001 ----------- Early life Born in Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire, Ward was one of five children, having one sister and three brothers. He was educated at Stourport Secondary Modern School, and there he met his wife, Pat, when she was 13 years old, and he 14. At school he spent some time as a choir boy. Ward and Pat married when he was 17 and she 16, after Pat became pregnant with the first of their four children: Debbie, Martin, Sam and Polly.[citation needed] Early career In 1962, shortly after leaving school, Ward formed a beat band "Cliff Ward and the Cruisers".[2] The band was popular in Birmingham and also in demand at American Army bases in France. It was during this time abroad that Ward wrote "Home Thoughts from Abroad" (a song that would later appear on his second solo album and also as the B-side of "Gaye"). In the mid 1960s and after several member changes, the group was renamed 'Martin Raynor and The Secrets' with Ward in the role of the elusive Raynor. The fictitious name was soon dropped and the band continued on as 'Raynor's Secrets', and went on to tour around Britain and France, achieving moderate success. Along the way, six singles were recorded by the group (ten of the songs penned by Ward himself), though these made little impact.[2] Solo career In 1968, following the demise of The Secrets, Ward decided he needed to get "a real job", and so spent the following three years at a teacher training college, ultimately finding employment at nearby North Bromsgrove High School, teaching English and drama.[2] One of his pupils was the future wife of Sting, Trudie Styler. The children heard singing on Ward's early albums were from North Bromsgrove High School. In his spare time, he continued songwriting and recorded his first solo album Singer Songwriter. Singer Songwriter was released in 1972 on Dandelion Records (a label formed by the disc jockey John Peel) just before it went into liquidation.[2] As a result, the album received little media coverage and went largely unnoticed. Signing a new recording contract with Charisma Records, Ward went on to have a hit with the single "Gaye".[2] It sold over a million copies worldwide and reached number 8 in the UK Singles Chart in July 1973.[1] In July 1973, following the success of "Gaye", Ward's second album Home Thoughts achieved healthy sales and reached number 40 in the UK Albums Chart.[1] At this point, wanting to concentrate on music full-time, he gave up the teaching profession. He made a rare public appearance in August, performing "Gaye" on Top of the Pops. In January 1974 Ward entered the singles chart again at number 37 with "Scullery",[1] a track from his third album Mantle Pieces.[3] Subsequent singles, notably "No More Rock 'n' Roll", "Jigsaw Girl", "Ocean of Love" and "I Got Lost Tonight" (written by the US singer-songwriter Tim Moore, one of the very rare occasions when he recorded outside material) were loved by BBC Radio presenters and programmers but Ward never made it into the UK charts again. It was said that he would have had more commercial success were it not for his dislike of touring, public appearances, interviews and photo shoots.[2] "The Best is Yet to Come", from the album Both of Us, enjoyed success when covered by Justin Hayward, and his songs were recorded by Cliff Richard, Jack Jones, Art Garfunkel, and Judy Collins.[2] He was compared to Paul McCartney by reviewers and his songs have strong melodies and concise, original lyrics.[citation needed] Death In 1987, Ward was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.[2] He continued to record and write songs while living at home, cared for by his wife Pat. In 1994, Ward was interviewed by local newspaper, the Wolverhampton Express & Star. He told reporter Aidan Goldstraw: "I have not and will not come to terms with this illness. There are times — usually quite late at night — when I'm almost normal again. But unless they find a cure for this dreadful MS, then I don't see a future".[citation needed] Also then, he recorded his eleventh and what would be his last new album, Julia and Other New Stories, crawling on all fours into his home-based recording studio to finish it. At around the same time, a stage musical, Shattered World, was produced as a tribute to him, based on his life and his battle against MS. Half of the songs were Ward's own, and half were numbers written by others about him. In 2001, he fell ill from pneumonia and entered a Kidderminster hospital.[2] He died there a few weeks later, on 18 December.[4] Albums Title Original release date Singer-Songwriter September 1972 Home Thoughts June 1973 Mantle Pieces December 1973 Escalator April 1975 No More Rock 'n' Roll December 1975 Waves November 1976 New England Days October 1977 Both of Us March 1984 Sometime Next Year July 1986 Gaye and Other Stories October 1990 Laugh It Off February 1992 Julia and Other New Stories (demos and out-takes) February 1995 Hidden Treasures August 1998 Bittersweet May 1999 The Ways of Love May 2000 Anthology June 2002 This Was Our Love May 2003 Work in Progress October 2003 Studio Sessions (limited edition) September 2005 Sometime Next Year October 2005

LP 513 / PAUL WAROFF - California Sun

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LP 513 - Paul Waroff 1980 USA / Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX- (cutout) ------------ Paul Waroff ‎– California Son Label: Casablanca Records ‎– NBLP 7235 Format: Vinyl, LP Country: US Released: 1979 Genre: Rock, Pop ------------- Tracklist A1 Laughing Eyes A2 Cinderella A3 Can't Make It Alone A4 Good Time Band B 1 I Cry B2 Here I'm Again B3 California Son B4 Prisoner Of Love B5 I Believe In You

LP 501 / CAT STEVENS - Catch Bull At Four

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LP 501 - Cat Stevens 1972 UK FOC / Vinyl; VG+ - Cover; VG ( litt slitt ) ------------ Birth name Steven Demetre Georgiou Also known as Steve Adams Born 21 July 1948 (age 67) Marylebone, London, England Genres; Folk pop rock Islamic Occupation; Singer-songwriter musician Instruments; Vocals guitar bass guitar mandolin organ piano Mellotron double bass Years active; 1965–80 (as Cat Stevens) 1995–present (as Yusuf Islam or Yusuf) -------------- Yusuf Islam (born Steven Demetre Georgiou, 21 July 1948), commonly known by his former stage name Cat Stevens, is a British singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, humanitarian, and education philanthropist.[1] His 1967 debut album reached the top 10 in the UK, and the album's title song "Matthew and Son" charted at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. His albums Tea for the Tillerman (1970) and Teaser and the Firecat (1971) were both certified triple platinum in the US by the RIAA.[2] His musical style consists of folk, pop, rock and Islamic music.[3][4][5] His 1972 album Catch Bull at Four spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard 200, and fifteen weeks at number one in the Australian ARIA Charts.[6][7] He earned two ASCAP songwriting awards in 2005 and 2006 for "The First Cut Is the Deepest", and the song has been a hit for four different artists.[8] His other hit songs include "Father and Son", "Wild World", "Peace Train", "Moonshadow", and "Morning Has Broken". In 2007 he received the British Academy's Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection.[9] In December 1977, Stevens converted to Islam,[10] and he adopted the name Yusuf Islam the following year. In 1979, he auctioned all his guitars for charity[11] and left his music career to devote himself to educational and philanthropic causes in the Muslim community. He was embroiled in a long-running controversy regarding comments he made in 1989 about the death fatwa on author Salman Rushdie. He has received two honorary doctorates and awards for promoting peace from two organisations founded by Mikhail Gorbachev. In 2006, he returned to pop music – releasing his first album of new pop songs in 28 years, titled An Other Cup.[12][13] With that release and for subsequent ones, he dropped the surname "Islam" from the album cover art – using the stage name "Yusuf" as a mononym.[13] In 2009, he released the album Roadsinger, and in 2014, he released the album Tell 'Em I'm Gone, and began his first US tour since 1978.[14] He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.[15] --------- Early life (1948–65) Steven Georgiou, born on 21 July 1948 in the Marylebone area of London,[16] was the third child of a Greek Cypriot father, Stavros Georgiou (b. 1900),[17] and a Swedish mother, Ingrid Wickman (b. 1915).[18] He had an older sister, Anita, and a brother, David.[16] The family lived above the Moulin Rouge, a restaurant that his parents operated on the north end of Shaftesbury Avenue which was a short walk from Piccadilly Circus in the Soho theatre district of London. All family members worked in the restaurant.[16] His parents divorced when he was about eight years old, but they continued to maintain the family restaurant and live above it. Although his father was Greek Orthodox and his mother a Swedish Baptist, Georgiou was sent to St. Joseph Roman Catholic Primary School, Macklin Street, which was closer to his father's business on Drury Lane.[19] Georgiou developed an interest in piano at a fairly young age, eventually using the family baby grand piano to work out the chords, since no one else there played well enough to teach him.[20] Inspired by the popularity of the Beatles, at 15 he extended his interest to the guitar,[10] persuaded his father to pay £8 for his first instrument, and began playing it and writing songs.[20] He would escape at times from his family responsibilities to the rooftop above their home, and listen to the tunes of the musicals drifting from just around the corner[16] from Denmark Street, which was then the centre of the British music industry.[10] Stevens emphasised that the advent of West Side Story in particular affected him, giving him a "different view of life".[21] With interests in both art and music, he and his mother moved to Gävle, Sweden, where he attended primary school (Solängsskolan) and started developing his drawing skills after being influenced by his uncle Hugo Wickman, a painter. They subsequently returned to England.[22] He attended other local West End schools, where he says he was constantly in trouble, and did poorly in everything but art. He was called "the artist boy" and mentions that "I was beat up, but I was noticed".[23] He went on to take a one-year course of study at Hammersmith School of Art,[24] as he considered a career as a cartoonist. Though he enjoyed art (his later record albums would feature his original artwork on his album covers),[23] he wanted to establish a musical career and began to perform originally under the stage name "Steve Adams" in 1965 while at Hammersmith.[24][25] At that point, his goal was to become a songwriter. As well as the Beatles, other musicians who influenced him were the Kinks,[26] Bob Dylan, Nina Simone, blues artists Lead Belly and Muddy Waters,[27] Biff Rose (particularly Rose's first album), Leo Kottke,[23] and Paul Simon.[28] He also wanted to emulate composers who wrote musicals, like Ira Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein. In 1965 he signed a publishing deal with Ardmore & Beechwood and recorded several demos, including "The First Cut Is the Deepest".[29] Musical career (1966–70) Early musical career Georgiou began to perform his songs in London coffee houses and pubs. At first he tried forming a band, but soon realised he preferred performing solo.[20] Thinking that his given name might not be memorable to prospective fans, he chose the stage name Cat Stevens, in part because a girlfriend said he had eyes like a cat, but mainly because he said, "I couldn't imagin

LP 463 / CATS - 45 lives

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LP 463 The Cats 1970 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX m,cutout ----------------- The Cats were a rock band from Volendam, Netherlands. Together with BZN, they were key figures of what came to be called the Palingsound (eel-sound), an umbrella for artists residing in Volendam. ---------- 1960s The band began life as two separate duos: Cees Veerman (6 October 1943 - 15 March 2014) and Arnold Muhren (born 28 January 1944) who started in a skiffle band; and cousins Piet Veerman (born 1 March 1943) and Jaap Schilder (born 9 January 1943) who modelled themselves after the Everly Brothers. The duos merged and became The Mystic Four, with Cees and Piet Veerman on vocals and guitar, Schilder on guitar (and piano), and Muhren on bass. By 1965 they changed their name to The Blue Cats, a reference to the colour of their suits and Cees' nickname, Poes (Dutch for 'cat'). Dropping the 'Blue' from their name in 1966 they recruited drummer Theo Klouwer (30 June 1947 – 8 February 2001). The Cats borrowed money from Jan Buys, who was later to become their manager, and recorded their first singles that immediately entered the charts. Singing in English thanks to a songwriting duo from England, the group sounded British. Cees initially performed the majority of the lead vocals but that was to change by 1968 when the band recorded "Times Were When"; Piet decided that this song (the original version is by the Scottish band Studio Six), suited his voice better and Cees agreed on giving him a go. Arnold's lyrics and Piet's sad voice appeared to be a match made in heaven, spawning five Top 10 hits in the next two years including "Lea"[1] (dedicated to a faithful fan who died in a car accident), "Why?",[2] "Scarlet Ribbons"[3] and "Marian".[4] 1970s Their international popularity began to grow. By spring 1970 the Cats toured Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles and played one show on 4 April 1970 in Guyana. http://sepakgol.com/ On 17 October 1970 the band travelled to EMI headquarters in London to collect, as Theo said when the Dutch television show TopPop followed them, "a few goldies". These were presented to the band by Cliff Richard. Early in 1971 The Cats were touring Indonesia. They were rebuked for meeting with the expatriat Dutch political dissident Poncke Princen whom some in the Netherlands viewed as a traitor.[citation needed] "Don't Waste Your Time" broke a string of Top 10 chart dominations, but the next single, "One Way Wind", became The Cats' biggest ever hit. In Germany it reached Number One chart position and in 1972 the band responded by releasing Katzenspiele (Cat's Play), featuring their hits rerecorded in German. By now, the band were so popular they had become part of the popular consciousness. But the busy schedule had begun to take its toll as Cees contracted voice problems. Roadcrew member Piet Keizer replaced him temporarily. Not having played on their own albums in six years, The Cats entered 1974 by flying to Los Angeles's Larrabee Studios to record Love in Our Eyes; or rather to add their voices to somebody else's songs. Not everyone enjoyed it. Cees was quoted of saying about the session: "'Be My Day' topped the charts, which was a great thing, but the rest of that pre-baked stuff should've been chucked into the ocean near Malibu".[citation needed] Their Malibu sojourn did not stop The Cats from going back to record Hard To Be Friends of which "Come Sunday" and the title track charted in late 1974 and early 1975. Cees had left by then but he returned a year later. Although the hits continued they failed to reach former glories. In 1978 The Cats were booked to appear on chart-show to playback "She Was Too Young". It was, however, a thinly-disguised solo-performance by Cees. Late in 1979 members of The Cats decided to disband. A farewell-single (a reissue of the 1972 track "End of the Show") charted as late as April 1980. Solo careers In 1976, Cees Veerman released a solo album called "Another Side Of Me", which spawned the single "Sailor, Sail On (Dreamer, Dream On)".[5] In 1987, Piet Veerman had a solo-hit with "Sailing Home". Subsequent singles did reasonably well and he kept touring with a set of solo material and Cats classics, often using backing tapes. In 1995, Piet guested on a bilingual duet version of "One Way Wind" with Flemish singer Dana Winner titled "Westenwind". Piet sang in English and Winner sang in Dutch. 2000s On 23 March 2006, The Cats were made Members of the Order of Orange-Nassau.[6] The same year the group made a reunion to record a single for inclusion on a best of album. It went gold. Cees Veerman performed with the Cats Aglow Band as support act of Willy De Ville's Amsterdam Carré show on 7 July 2008. Cees Veerman died at the age of 70, on 15 March 2014.[7] Discography Albums Cats As Cats Can 1967 Cats 1968 Colour Us Gold 1969 Portrait 1970 Take Me with You 1970 45 lives 1970 Cats Aglow 1971 One Way Wind 1972 Lo Mejor 1972 Times Were When 1972 Signed by The Cats 1972 Home 1973 One Way Wind 1974 Love in Your Eyes 1974 10 Jaar 1974 Hard To Be Friends 1975 We Wish You a Merry Christmas 1975 Homerun 1976 Let's Go Together 1977 Times Were When 1979 The End of the Show 1980 Third Life 1983 Live in Concert 1984 Flying High 1985 Live 1991 Shine On 1994

LP 481 / GRASS ROOTS - Greatest hits

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LP 481 - The Grass Roots 1971 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX --------------- Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S. Genres Folk rock, pop rock, rock Years active; 1965 – present ------------ The Grass Roots is an American rock band that charted frequently between 1966 and 1975. It was originally the creation of Lou Adler and songwriting duo P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. In their career, they achieved two gold albums, one gold single and charted singles a total of 21 times. Among their charting singles, they achieved Top 10 three times, Top 20 three times and Top 40 eight times.[3][4] They have sold over twenty million records worldwide.[5] Until his death in 2011, early member Rob Grill and a newer lineup of the Grass Roots continued to play many live performances each year. Currently, band members chosen by Grill are carrying on the legacy of the group with nationwide live performances. ------- The founding years The name "Grass Roots" (originally spelled as one word "Grassroots") originated in mid-1965 as the name of a band project by the Los Angeles, California songwriter and producer duo of P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri. Sloan and Barri had written several songs in an attempt by their record company, Dunhill Records (owned by Lou Adler), to cash in on the budding folk rock movement. One of these songs was "Where Were You When I Needed You," which was recorded by Sloan and Barri. Sloan provided the lead vocals and played guitar, Larry Knechtel played keyboards, Joe Osborn played the bass and Bones Howe was on drums.[6] The song was released under "The Grass Roots" name and sent, as a demo, to several radio stations of the San Francisco Bay area. When moderate interest in this new band arose, Sloan and Barri went to look for a group that could incorporate the Grass Roots name. They found one in a San Francisco band, The Bedouins, and cut a new version of "Where Were You When I Needed You" with that band's lead vocalist, Willie Fulton. In late 1965, the Grass Roots got their first official airplay on Southern California radio stations, such as KGB (AM) in San Diego and KHJ in Los Angeles, with a version of the Bob Dylan song "Mr. Jones (Ballad of a Thin Man)". For some months, the group were the first "real" Grass Roots — but the partnership with Sloan and Barri broke up when the band demanded more space for their own more blues rock-oriented material (which Dunhill was not willing to give them). Willie Fulton (lead vocals, guitar,) Denny Ellis (guitar, backing vocals) and David Stensen (bass, backing vocals) went back to San Francisco, with drummer Joel Larson being the only one who remained in LA (he was to become a member of a later Grass Roots line-up as well). Fulton, Ellis and Stensen, with original Bedouins drummer Bill Shoppe, for a time, continued to appear as the Grass Roots until Dunhill ordered them to cease since they'd decided to start all over again with another group they would groom to be the Grass Roots. In the meantime, the second version of "Where Were You When I Needed You" peaked in the Top 40 in mid-1966, while an album of the same name sold poorly.[5] Still looking for a group to record their material and promote it with live dates, in 1966 Sloan and Barri offered Wisconsin-based band The Robbs (for whom they produced some early material) a chance to assume the identity of the Grass Roots, but the group declined.[citation needed] The years of success The group's third — and by far most successful — incarnation was finally found in a Los Angeles band called The 13th Floor (not to be confused with the 13th Floor Elevators). This band consisted of Creed Bratton (vocals, guitar), Rick Coonce (drums, percussion), Warren Entner (vocals, guitar, keyboards), and Kenny Fukomoto (vocals, bass) and had formed only a year earlier. Entner, who had been attending film school at UCLA alongside future Doors members Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek, was drifting through Europe in the summer of 1965 singing and playing on street corners, when he met fellow busker and American Creed Bratton in Israel, where an Israeli businessman expressed interest in managing and promoting them. But the duo moved on individually and ended up back in LA by 1966, where they formed the 13th Floor and submitted a demo tape to Dunhill Records.[7] After Fukomoto was suddenly drafted into the army, the group went through two replacements before finding singer/bassist Rob Grill. In 1967 the band was offered the choice to go with their own name or choose to adopt a name that had already been heard of nationwide. In the beginning, they were one of many U.S. guitar pop/rock bands, but with the help of Barri and their other producers, they developed a unique sound for which they drew as heavily on British beat as on soul music, rhythm and blues and folk rock. Many of their recordings featured a brass section, which was a novelty in those days among American rock bands, with groups like Chicago just developing. The bulk of the band's material continued to be written by Dunhill Records staff (not only Sloan and Barri) and the LA studio-musicians who were part of what became known as the Wrecking Crew played the music on most, if not all, of their hits.[6] The Grass Roots also recorded songs written by the group's musicians, which appeared on their albums and the B-sides of many hit singles. As the Grass Roots, they had their first Top 10 hit in the summer of 1967 with "Let's Live for Today", an English-language cover version of "Piangi con me", a 1966 hit for the Anglo-Italian quartet The Rokes. "Let's Live for Today" sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc.[8] With Rob Grill as lead singer, they recorded a third version of "Where Were You When I Needed You." The band continued in a similar hit-making vein for the next five years (1967–1972). The Grass Roots played at the Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival on Sunday, June 11, 1967, in the "Summer of Love" as "Let's Live for To

LP 608 / EVERLY BROTHERS - Same

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LP 608 - The Everly Brothers 1984 USA / Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM (m, org.plast utvendig ) ------------------------ Genres; Rock and roll, Country, Rockabilly, Years active; 1957 – 1973, 1983 – 2005 Labels; Cadence, London (UK), Warner Bros., RCA Victor, Razor & Tie, Mercury ----------------- The Everly Brothers were American country-influenced rock and roll singers, known for steel-string guitar and close harmony singing. Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip "Phil" Everly (January 19, 1939 – January 3, 2014) were elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. ----------- Phil Everly's death On January 3, 2014, Phil Everly died at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California,[35] 16 days before his 75th birthday. He died of lung disease.[36][37][38] Don Everly claimed in a 2014 interview with Los Angeles Times that he had given up smoking in the late 1960s, and that Phil had stopped too, but started again during their break-up and had continued until 2001. Don said that weak lungs ran in the family as their father Ike, had died of black lung disease. He admitted that he had lived "a very difficult life" with his brother and that he and Phil had become estranged once again in later years, something which was mainly attributed to "their vastly different views on politics and life" with the music being the one thing they shared closely, saying "it's almost like we could read each other's minds when we sang." However, Don also stated that he had not gotten "over" Phil's death, which he elaborated by saying: "I always thought about him every day, even when we were not speaking to each other. It still just shocks me that he's gone." Don added that he always firmly believed he would die before Phil due to Don being older. --------- Les mer på Wikipedia.......

LP 622 / ELVIS COSTELLO - My Aims Is True - NORSK

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LP 622 - Elvis Costello 1977 NORGE / Vinyl; EX - Cover; EX ----------------- Birth name; Declan Patrick MacManus Also known as; D.P. Costello,The Imposter,Little Hands of Concrete,Napoleon Dynamite Howard Coward, Mac Manus Born; 25 August 1954 (age 61) - Paddington, London, England Genres; Pub rock, new wave, punk rock, power pop, folk rock, baroque pop Occupation(s); Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer Instruments; Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, drums Years active; 1970 – present ---------------- Declan Patrick MacManus, (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement of the mid-to-late 1970s.[3][4] His critically acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True, was recorded in 1977. Shortly after recording it he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album, This Year's Model, was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967–1987. His third album, Armed Forces, was released in 1979, and features his most successful single "Oliver's Army". His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[5] Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Steeped in wordplay, the vocabulary of Costello's lyrics is broader than that of most popular songs. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".[6] Costello has won multiple awards in his career, including a Grammy Award, and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.[7] In 2003, Costello and the Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[8] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. ---- Les mer på Wikipedia....