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Stompin´ Tom Connors - My Stompin´ Grounds (Chi...
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36 pages/Seiten, 28 x 21.5 cm, booklet/geheftet: This is a children´s book with cartoon and song lyrics by Canada´s Stompin´ Tom Connors. A useful completion for children who love his TV show. Ein Kinderbuch mit kindgerechten Zeichnungen und patriotischen Liedern. Rare!/Rarität!

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Stand: 19.02.2019
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The Excellos - Rise Up - Vintage Beat Blues (LP)
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(2016/Stag-O-Lee) 12 Tracks - Stompin´ Rockabilly und Blues Bop, hart und dreckig! Ein solider Rockin´ Blues Stil, ganz im Sinne des Namensgebers, dem 50er Jahre American Blues Record Label Excello! Das Line-up der Band liest sich wie das ´Who´s who´ der Szene, Frontmann Craig Shaw (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Garry Tyrrell Lynch von Jack Rabbit Slim (drums & bass) und Wild Records Artist Jake Allen (guitar & double bass). Die Aufnahmen entstanden in den Denmark Studios, Maidenhead, UK und dauerten 7 Jahre, aber das Warten hat sich gelohnt!

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Stand: 07.06.2019
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The Excellos - Rise Up - Vintage Beat Blues (CD)
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(2016/Stag-O-Lee) 12 Tracks, Digipack - Stompin´ Rockabilly und Blues Bop, hart und dreckig! Ein solider Rockin´ Blues Stil, ganz im Sinne des Namensgebers, dem 50er Jahre American Blues Record Label Excello! Das Line-up der Band liest sich wie das ´Who´s who´ der Szene, Frontmann Craig Shaw (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Garry Tyrrell Lynch von Jack Rabbit Slim (drums & bass) und Wild Records Artist Jake Allen (guitar & double bass). Die Aufnahmen entstanden in den Denmark Studios, Maidenhead, UK und dauerten 7 Jahre, aber das Warten hat sich gelohnt!

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Stand: 15.08.2019
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Various - Rhythm ´n´ Bluesin´ By The Bayou - Li...
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(2017/Ace) 28 tracks, 1950s, 12-seitiges Booklet mit detailliertem Begleittext zu jedem Song von Ian Saddler, plus viele seltene Photos und Label Abbildungen. - Folgel 19 der bei Sammlern sehr beliebten Reihe mit ausgesuchten R&B; Rock, Blues und Cajun-Tracks aus Louisiana. Fortsetzung der beliebten CD-Serie mit Fokus auf Louisiana und seine Rock’n’Roll und Blues-Szene in den 1950er Jahren – ein spannender Schmelztiegel, nicht nur wegen der französischen Einflüsse. Die Compilation wurde von Ian Saddler zusammengestellt, der sich hier Vintage R&B widmet. - Back in the early 50s manic Memphis DJ Dewey Phillips, the man who broke Elvis, called his radio show Red, Hot & Blue – a wonderfully descriptive title which aptly illustrates the contents of this CD, the 19th in the ´´By The Bayou” series and the sixth devoted to R&B. Whether from New Orleans in the east or Lake Charles in the west, whether fast and furious or slow and mournful, South Louisiana’s brand of R&B had a distinctive sound which influenced a whole generation of the state’s young rock’n’rollers, creating a blend which became known as swamp pop. Here – hidden amongst the red, hot and blue – can be heard the embryonic sounds of that music. As previously in the series, this CD contains a mix of the famous and the totally unknown, with offerings from Guitar Jr, Lonesome Sundown and Cookie & the Cupcakes, through cult names such as Left Hand Charlie, Charles Sheffield and Little Victor to artists for whom we don’t even have a name – each play a part in bringing you a package which runs the whole gamut of South Louisiana rhythm & blues. That embryonic swamp pop sound is typified by Guitar Jr’s ‘Family Rules’, a song still sung throughout South Louisiana and into S.E. Texas where the oil business took many of Cajun descent. It is artists of this background who keep R&B alive today, while it can be difficult to find black musicians who play this genre of music. A couple of years ago Louisiana R&B veteran Carol Fran took four of us out to find a Monday night jam session but discovered several of her old haunts closed down. Eventually she found a club with a jam going on. They were younger musicians not playing Carol’s kind of music but instantly recognised her, got her on stage and a good old R&B blast took place. With the dearth of this exciting music as a live entertainment, its preservation through the release of long-lost tracks gathers in importance. But, hold on, this ain’t no history lesson, this is rompin’, stompin’ music to be enjoyed – so crank up your hi-fi, slip this CD in your player, grab a glass of something you enjoy and let the bon temps roule. IAN SADDLER

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Stand: 03.09.2019
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