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Max Greger's Dance Orchester: Strict Tempo Dancing - Waltz & Tango (7inch,...

Max Greger's Dance Orchester: Strict Tempo Dancing - Waltz & Tango (7inch,...

(1963/Polydor) Original 4track EP 21 620 EPH​ STRICT TEMPO DANCING Side A: MOON RIVER (Mancini) SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (Churchill) Side B: NOCHE DE ESTRELLAS (Malando) PLEGARIA (Bianco) MAX GREGER'S DANCE ORCHESTRA WALTZ and TANGO The Waltz is, by popular vote, one of the most beautiful ballroom dances in existance, and there is surely no one even in this day and age of the Twist and the Madison who does not get a lot of pleasure out of dancing it. Properly played — as in these two recordings by Max Greger's Dance Orchestra — the graceful swinging movement of the Waltz has a pleasantly soothing atmosphere that is very welcome among the many dances in two- and four-four time The Tango is a dance with a lot of temperament. Gone are the days of the "tender" Tango shrouded in dim lights and silk fringes ... a reputation, incidentally, against which the Tango sometimes still has to fight nowadays. However, the presentday Tango has a harder, more accented beat and has become much more virile. Unfortunately, many people think of the Tango also as a very difficult dance. True, it is by no means easy to dance convincingly, but the basic steps are not more difficult than, say, those of the Quickstep or Slow Foxtrot. WALTZ & TANGO This Long Play Microgroove Record can be played only on 45 RPM instruments with a cartridge with microsaphire which puts a pressure of about 8-10 grammes on the record or with a special stereo cartridge of 5-6 grammes. — Printed in Germany — Max Greger * 02. April 1926 - 15. August 2015 Max Greger * 02. April 1926 - 15. August 2015 Max Greger ist Saxophonist, Bandleader und Komponist. Nach dem Kriege tingelt er zunächst durch amerikanische Clubs in der US-Zone und spielt dabei mit vielen Jazzgrößen, so u.a. mit Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Kenton und Count Basie. 1948 gründet der Münchner eine eigene Combo, das Enzian-Sextett, später ein Orchester mit zwölf Solisten. Schnell leben Greger und seine Musiker nur noch aus dem Koffer, de...
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Larry Williams: That Larry Williams: The Resurrection Of Funk (CD)

Larry Williams: That Larry Williams: The Resurrection Of Funk (CD)

(​2013/Real Gone) 7 tracks (34:58). R&B legend Larry Williams goes funky on this long-lost 1978 gem. CD-debut for the only album he issued in the 70s. Larry Williams Slow Down Larry Williams Slow Down If one were to argue that this is the absolute best of Larry Williams (the bigger hits notwithstanding), you would have had no argument from John Lennon and many others. Recorded on September 11, 1957 after Little Richard had entered the ministry, it was a calculated shot at Richard’s style, right down to the squeals. The backing musicians included Plas Johnson on sax, Rene Hall on guitar, and Earl Palmer on drums. Upon release, it was confined to the B-side of Dizzy Miss Lizzy, which itself was Larry Williams’ last hit single on Specialty. Little Richard had not been replaced. Specialty continued to pump out singles by Williams together with an LP, but another major hit eluded them. In 1959, Williams was busted for narcotics possession, and Specialty dropped him. There were more sessions for more labels, and a big blip in his royalty income when the Beatles recorded three of his songs, including this one, but his music income could in no way account for the fact that when he died of gunshot wounds to the head, he was living in Los Angeles’ exclusive Laurel Canyon, drove a Rolls Royce, and had $500,000 stashed on the premises. He was found on January 7, 1980, but the coroner decided that he’d been dead for five days. There was something earthy, innocent, and almost boyish about Williams’ records, even if his life was anything but… Its origins notwithstanding, Otis’ record has survived in part because of Jimmy Nolen’s beautifully economical guitar. Nolen would go on to more or less invent funk guitar with James Brown. Willie And The Hand Jive charted again in 1966 for the Strangeloves, in the 1974 for Eric Clapton, and in the 1985 for George Thorogood. Various - Blowing The Fuse 1958 - Classics That Rocked The Jukebox Read more at: https://www.bear-family.de/various-...
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Underground Rockabilly - 25 Obscurities From The Days Of The Craze

Underground Rockabilly - 25 Obscurities From The Days Of The Craze

While the majority of rockabilly collections are denoted as featuring a slew of rare or otherwise unavailable tracks, truth be known very few really do. This 25 cut obscurities compilation however is the real deal. Featuring only rockabilly rarities that have never before seen the light of day on CD, or indeed on anything apart from, in a few cases, original 45rpm releases on tiny independent southern US labels existing for short periods in the mid to late 1950s.An absolute must for collectors of this enduring genre, this superb compilation will prove to be the holy grail for anyone with even a hint of interest in hearing, cherishing and owning forever recordings that never troubled the top 40 but remain amongst the finest examples of music made during the golden age of rockabilly. TracklistDISC 11. Al Epp & The Pharoahs – Breaking My Heart 2. Walter Brown – Alley Cat 3. Glen Honeycutt – Rock All Night 4. Max Alexander & Hank Harral – Little Rome 5. Jimmy Patton – Yah I’m Movin’ 6. Jimmie John – Solid Rock 7. F Dee Johnson – Be My Baby 8. Don Woody – Barking Up The Wrong Tree 9. The Chavis Brothers – So Tired 10. Don Feger – Date On The Corner 11. Carl Mann – Gonna Rock N Roll Tonight 12. Jimmy Lloyd – You’re Gone Baby 13. Mike Waggoner – Coming Up 14. Joey Castle – That Ain’t Nothin’ But Right 15. Jay B Loyd – I’ll Be Alright 16. Riley Crabtree – She Loves Me Better 17. Tommy Lam – Speed Limit 18. Marvin Rainwater – Hot And Cold 19. Al Urban – Won’t You Tell Me Her Name 20. Dinky Harris & The Spades – She Left Me Cryin’ 21. Kenny Owens – I Got The Bug 22. Jimmy Patton – Oakies In The Pokie 23. Charles Senns – Gee Whiz Liz 24. Don Willis – Boppin’ High School Baby 25. Glenn Bond – When My Baby Passes By DISC 21. Nat Couty – Woodpecker Rock 2. Gene Brown – Big Door 3. Elroy Dietzel & The Rhythm Bandits – Teenage Ball 4. Curtis Long – Going Out On The Town 5. Rocky Davis – Hot Rod Baby 6. Benny Joy – Little Red Book 7. Benny Ingram – Jello Sal 8. Bill Flagg – Go Ca...

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John Fahey - The Transcendental Waterfall (1963-67 with T Shirt/Poster)

John Fahey - The Transcendental Waterfall (1963-67 with T Shirt/Poster)

John Fahey - The Transcendental Waterfall (1963-67 with T Shirt/Poster) Catalogue Number: 4M600SLP Numbered, Limited Edition! Only 2000 Copies. Deluxe 180g Vinyl 6LP Box Set Includes T-Shirt and Poster with Stunning Graphic Design Cover Art! The Transcendental Waterfall: Guitar Excursions 1959-1967 is a 6-LP box set drawing from John Fahey’s best, and most influential, period. Included in the set are Blind Joe Death, Death Chants, Breakdowns, And Military Waltzes, The Dance of Death and Other Plantation Favorites, The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party, The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death, and Days Have Gone By, all reissued on 180 gram vinyl with deluxe tip-on jackets. Also included are a t-shirt, poster, and a postcard, all of which are housed in a deluxe box with stunning graphic design. An amazing package featuring some of the most important guitar solo recordings of the 20th century. Track Listings Blind Joe Death 1. West Coast Blues (Blind Blake) 2. St. Louise Blues (W.C. Handy) 3. I'm A Poor Boy A Long Way From Home (Barbecue Bob) 4. Uncloudy Day (Josiah Kelley Alwood) 5. John Henry (Traditional) 6. In Christ There Is No East or West (Episcopal Hymn) 7. The Transcendental Waterfall 8. Desperate Man Blues 9. Sun Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Blues 10. Sligo River Blues 11. On Doing AN Evil Deed Blues Death Chants, Breakdowns and Military Waltzes 1. Sunflower River Blues 2. When the Springtime Comes Again 3. Stomping Tonight On the Pennsylvania/Alabama Border 4. Some Summer Day 5. On the Beach at Waikiki 6. Spanish Dance 7. The Downfall of the Adelphi Rolling Grist Mill 8. John Henry Variations 9. Take A Look At That Baby 10. Dance of the Inhabitants of the Palace of King Phillip XIV 11. America 12. Episcopal Hymn The Dance of Death and Other Plantation Favorites 1. Wine and Roses 2. How Long 3. On the Banks of the Owchita 4. Worried Blues 5. What the Sun Said 6. Revelation on the Banks of the Pawtuxent 7. Poor Boy 8. Variations on the Coocoo 9. Th...

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