Tommy Roe, born Thomas David Roe, 9 May 1942, Atlanta, Georgia,is an American pop music singer-songwriter. Best-remembered for his hits "Sheila" (1962) and "Dizzy" (1969), critic Bill Dahl wrote that Roe was "widely perceived as one of the archetypal bubblegum artists of the late 1960s, but Roe cut some pretty decent rockers along the way, especially early in his career."
01 - Everybody 02 - Katy Did 03 - Sensations 04 - Standin' Watch 05 - You're My Happiness 06 - Janie 07 - Kiss And Run 08 - Gonna Take A Chance 09 - Little Tomboy 10 - Why Do You Make Me Cry 11 - Almost Grown 12 - I Got A Girl 13 - That'll Be The Day 14 - Switchie Witchie Titchie
The Marshall Tucker Band is an American Southern rock band originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina. The band's blend of rock, rhythm and blues, jazz, country, and gospel helped establish the Southern rock genre in the early 1970s. While the band had reached the height of its commercial success by the end of the decade, the band has recorded and performed continuously under various lineups for nearly 40 years.
01 - Reachin' For A Little Bit More 02 - If You Think You're Hurtin' Me (Girl You're Crazy) 03 - Even A Fool Would Let Go 04 - Sea, Dreams & Fairytales 05 - Anyway The Wind Blows Rider 06 - Mr. President 07 - Heartbroke 08 - Unforgiven 09 - Sweet Elaine 10 - Ace High Love
Clean Shirt is a split album by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, released on Epic Records in 1991. The two singers' last collaboration, after Waylon and Willie (1978), WWII (1982) and Take It to the Limit (1983), it was released at a time which coincided with both artists' commercial decline. All but the final two songs were written partly by Troy Seals. Clean Shirt was the duo's least successful album, peaking at #28 on the country charts and barely making the Billboard 200 at #193; "If I Can Find a Clean Shirt" was the only charting single, reaching #51.
01 - If I Can Find A Clean Shirt 02 - I Could Write A Book About You 03 - Old Age And Treachery 04 - Two Old Sidewinders 05 - Tryin' To Outrun The Wind 06 - The Good Ol' Nights 07 - Guitars That Won't Stay In Tune 08 - The Makin's Of A Song 09 - Put Me On A Train Back To Texas 10 - Rocks From Rolling Stones
The Noel Redding Band (also known as The Clonakilty Cowboys, after the title of their debut album) were an Irish folk rock supergroup that formed in Clonakilty, County Cork in 1972. Comprising bassist, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Noel Redding (formerly of The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Fat Mattress and Road), lead vocalist and keyboardist Dave Clarke, lead guitarist Eric Bell (formerly of Thin Lizzy and Them) and drummer Les Sampson (formerly of Road), the band released two albums – Clonakilty Cowboys (1975) and Blowin' (1976) – before disbanding in 1976.
01 - There's a Light 02 - Throw Me a Buoy 03 - After All 04 - Roller Coaster Kids 05 - Eight Nights a Week 06 - Clonakilty Cowboys 07 - Snowstorm 08 - Born to His Name 09 - If I Had 10 - Gotta Move Away LINK
FireHouse is an American hard rock band formed in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1989. At the 1992 American Music Awards, FireHouse won the award for Best New Hard Rock/Metal Band. They were chosen over Nirvana and Alice in Chains. Despite diminishing success in the United States as the decade progressed, the band remained very popular in Asia, mainly in countries like Japan, Thailand, and Singapore.
01 - You are my religion 02 - Love don't care 03 - In your perfect world 04 - No one at all 05 - Love of a lifetime 06 - All she wrote 07 - When I look into your eyes 08 - Don't treat me bad 09 - Here for you 10 - I live my life for you 11 - Seven bridges road
Doctors of Madness were a British protopunk art rock band formed in 1974 in a cellar in Brixton, south London by the composer and lead singer/guitarist Richard Strange, known as ‘Kid’ Strange. Active as a recording and touring band until late 1978, they found mainly cult level success and recognition that was not enough to sustain them, but they were later cited as a pivotal influence on the early British punk rock movement.
01 - Waiting 02 - Afterglow 03 - Mitzi's Cure 04 - I Think We're Alone 05 - Noises Of The Evening 06 - Billy Watch Out 07 - B-Movie Bedtime 08 - Mainlines
Dark Tranquillity is a Swedish melodic death metal band from Gothenburg. They are the longest-standing band from the original Gothenburg metal scene, and are one of the most integral pioneers of the melodic death metal genre of music.
01 - Nothing To No One 02 - Lesser Faith 03 - Terminus (Where Death Is Most Alive) 04 - Blind At Heart 05 - Icipher 06 - Inside The Particle Storm 07 - Empty Me 08 - Misery's Crown 09 - Focus Shift 10 - Mundane And The Magic
Celtic Frost was a heavy metal band from Zürich, Switzerland. They are known for their heavy influence on the extreme metal genres, particularly black metal. The group was first active from 1984 to 1993, and re-formed in 2001.
01 - Human (Intro) 02 - Seduce Me Tonight 03 - Petty Obsession 04 - (Once) They Were Eagles 05 - Cherry Orchards 06 - Juices Like Wine 07 - Little Velvet 08 - Blood On Kisses 09 - Downtown Hanoi 10 - Dance Sleazy 11 - Roses Without Thorns 12 - Tease Me [Bonus] 13 - Mexican Radio [Live]
Beherit is a black metal band from Finland. The band was formed in 1989 by Nuclear Holocausto (Marko Laiho), Black Jesus (Arjo Wennström) and Sodomatic Slaughter (Jari Pirinen), with the purpose of performing "the most primitive, savage, hell-obsessed black metal imaginable. Beherit" is the Syriac word for Satan. Through the uncommercial nature of their music, visuals and live performances, the band quickly attracted a cult following. Besides the "raw" sound, the band's music is noted for its avant-garde side and emphasis on atmosphere. Beherit are now regarded as a pioneer in their genre.
01 - Grave Desecration 02 - Six Days With Sadistic Slayer 03 - Fallen Souls 04 - Sadomatic Rites 05 - Nocturnal Evil 06 - The Oath Of Black Blood 07 - Satanas
Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehley is an American guitarist best known as an original member and lead guitarist for the rock band Kiss. He took on the persona of "SpaceAce" when the band adopted costumes and theatrics. Frehley played with the group from its inception in 1973 until his departure in 1982 and from 1996 to 2002.
01 - Shot Full Of Rock 02 - Do Ya 03 - Five Card Stud 04 - Hide Your Heart 05 - Lost In Limbo 06 - Trouble Walkin' 07 - 2 Young 2 Die 08 - Back To School 09 - Remember Me 10 - Fractured III
Warhorse were a band formed by former Deep Purple bassist Nick Simper. He had left Deep Purple in 1969 and joined Marsha Hunt's backup band. Not long after, Simper replaced her backing band with Ged Peck on guitar and Mac Poole on drums. While this was going on, Simper would play in an extracurricular band along with Peck, Poole and singer Ashley Holt. When Hunt became pregnant, the band stopped touring and Simper and Peck re-organized the group as Warhorse. Holt became the band's singer, and they recruited keyboardist Rick Wakeman who proved unreliable. When their first demo was recorded in April 1970, Wakeman was replaced by Frank Wilson.
01 - Red Sea 02 - Back In Time 03 - Confident But Wrong 04 - Feeling Better 05 - Sybilla 06 - Mouthpiece 07 - I (Who Have Nothing) 08 - Ritual (Live) 09 - Bad Time (Demo) 10 - She Was My Friend (Demo) 11 - Gypsy Dancer (Demo) 12 - House Of The Dolls (Demo) 13 - Standing Right Behind You (Demo)
Van der Graaf Generator, sometimes known by the shorter Van der Graaf, are an English progressive rock band. They were the first act signed to Charisma Records. The band achieved considerable success in Italy during the 1970s. In 2005 they embarked on a reunion, which continues to the present day.
01 - Afterwards 02 - Orthentian St. - Part1 & 2 03 - Running Back 04 - Into A Game 05 - Aerosol Grey Machine 06 - Black Smoke Yen 07 - Aguarian 08 - Necromancer 09 - Giant Squid 09 - Octopus
Trees was an English folk rock band that existed between 1969 and 1972. Although the group met with little commercial success in their time, the reputation of the band has grown over the years. Like other folk contemporaries, Trees music was influenced by Fairport Convention, but with a heavier and more psychedelic edge. The group's material was divided between adaptations of traditional songs and original compositions.
01 - Soldiers Three 02 - Murdoch 03 - Streets Of Derry 04 - Sally Free And Easy 05 - Fool 06 - Adam's Toon 07 - Geordie 08 - While The Iron Is Hot 09 - Little Sadie 10 - Polly On The Shore
A local St. Louis, Missouri band. Coming directly from playing live with some of the finest hard rock bands of the era, Touch entered the studio to record their only album in 1968, released the following year in a limited pressing of 100 LPs. This Gear Fab reissue collects that entire album with the original lineup's two non-LP 45s, three songs recorded by the altered post-LP lineup, and a couple cuts by the Essence, the latter day band of Touch leader Ray Schulte. As such, it is the complete collection of the band's intense, sometimes left-leaning psychedelia grounded in blues. Contains the complete original album STREET SUITE plus singles and previously unreleased recordings.
01 - Stormy Monday Blues 02 - Round Trip 03 - Day To Day Man 04 - Light My Fire 05 - Lady Of The Universe (Unreleased) 06 - The Magic Inside You (Unreleased) 07 - Rainbow (Unreleased) 08 - Happy Face 09 - Beginnings 10 - Get A Gun 11 - Catfish 12 - Got To Keep Travelin' On 13 - Let's Keep The Children On The Streets 14 - Motor City's Burning 15 - Gettin' Off
Richard Barcelona (guitar, vocals), Daniel Derda (drums), Eddie Haddad (organ, piano, vocals), Keith John (bass, guitar), Dave Novogroski (drums). A late sixties Hollywood hippie type rock band. Barcelona and Keith later played in Edge, who issued an album in 1970. The American Revolution album, produced by Harley Hatcher, is quite heavily orchestrated with pleasant vocal harmonies, particularly on In The Late Afternoon, Rainbow In The Rain and Love Has Got Me Down. Some of the songs have a psychedelic taint, but it's predominantly rather good psych-pop.
01 - Cold Wisconsin Nights 02 - Rainbow In The Rain 03 - Prelude To Love 04 - Show Me How To Cry 05 - Crying Eyes And An Empty Heart 06 - Come On And Get It 07 - In The Late Afternoon 08 - Keeping Your Love 09 - Opus # 1 10 - Love Has Got Me Down
Mind Garage is a five-man psychedelic rock and roll band from Morgantown, West Virginia, and progenitor of Christian rock music. Christian rock music did not exist in 1967 for mainstream American media. As alternative styles of music developed "...Christian Rock Music began when Mind Garage recorded "Electric Liturgy". By the end of 1968, the Mind Garage had performed the "Electric Liturgy" live more than a dozen times, in Episcopal, Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist churches, each time with people dancing in the aisles. Each time, the services were attended by Christians and non Christians alike in a communal celebration of life.
01 - Ruby Rose 02 - Life 03 - Back Down Home 04 - Futher Back Down Home 05 - There Was A Time 06 - Sweet Potato 07 - Doctor John 08 - Never Leave Me 09 - Angel Asks 10 - What's Behind Those Eyes
1889 - Brass Band (Oldest known band recording) - 5th Regt March 1890 - U.S. Marine Band - Semper Fidelis 1890 - U.S. Marine Band - The Thunderer 1890 - U.S. Marine Band - Washington Post 1891 - Billy Golden - Turkey In The Straw 1891 - Billy Golden - Uncle Jefferson 1891 - George Washington Johnson - The Laughing Song 1891 - John Yorke Atlee - The Mocking Bird 1891 - Russell Hunting - Michael Casey as A Physician 1892 - Russell Hunting - Michael Casey at The Telephone 1892 - Russell Hunting - Michael Casey Taking The Census 1894 - J.W. Myers - The Heart Bowed Down 1894 - U.S. Marine Band - Manhattan Beach 1894 - Vess Ossman - Yankee Doodle 1895 - Sousa's Band - El Capitan March 1895 - Sousa's Band - Washington Post March 1895 - Vess Ossman - Cocoanut Dance 1896 - George J. Gaskin - She May have Seen Better Days 1900 American Quartet (Earliest) - A Night Trip To Buffalo Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - Mandy Lee Dan Quinn - Nothing's Too Good For The Irish Harry MacDonough & Grace Spencer - When We are Married Harry MacDonough - I Can't Tell Why I Love You, But I Do Harry MacDonough - Mandy Lee Harry MacDonough - My Wild Irish Rose Harry MacDonough - The Holy Cith Vess Ossman - A Coon Band Contest 1901 Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - The Wedding Of Reuben And The Maid Arthur Collins - Cindy, I Dreams About You Billy Golden - Roll on The Ground Byron G. Harlan & Joe Belmont & Florodora Girls - Tell Me, Pretty Maiden Byron G. Harlan - Hello Central, Give Me Heaven Cal Stewart - Jim Lawson's Horse Trade with Deacon Witherspoon Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh Weathersby on A Trip To Boston Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh's Huskin' Bee Dance Dan Quinn - Ain't Dat A Shame Dan Quinn - You Can't Keep A Good Man Down George Washington Johnson - The Laughing Song Georgia Minstrel Co. - Minstrels- First Part, No. 5 Georgia Minstrel Co. - Minstrels- First Part, No. 6 Harry MacDonough & Grace Spencer - Tell Me, Pretty Maiden Harry MacDonough & S. H. Dudley - Sweet Annie Moore Harry MacDonough - Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder Harry MacDonough - Good-Bye, Dolly Gray Harry MacDonough - I'll Be with You When The Roses Bloom Again Harry MacDonough - I've A Longing In My Heart For You, Louise Harry MacDonough - In The Shade Of The Palm Harry MacDonough - When The Harvest Days are Over Harry MacDonough - When You Were Sweet Sixteen Joe Belmont - Whip-Poor-Will Song Len Spencer - Scene at A Dog Fight Sousa's Band - American Patrol Will Denny - Any Old Place I Hang My Hat is ''Home, Sweet Home'' To Me 1902 Arthur Collins - Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home Arthur Collins - Under The Bamboo Tree Bert Williams - When It's All Going Out And Nothing Coming In Byron G. Harlan & Joe Belmont - The Birds Cal Stewart - Last Day Of School at Pumpkin Center Frank Stanley & Byron G. Harlan - First Rehearsal For The Huskin' Bee Harry MacDonough & S. H. Dudley - Bye And Bye You Will Forget Me Harry MacDonough - Home, Sweet Home Harry MacDonough - Jennie Lee Harry MacDonough - My Carolina Lady Harry MacDonough - On A Sunday Afternoon Harry MacDonough - The Mansion Of Aching Hearts Haydn Quartet - In The Sweet Bye And Bye J.W. Myers - On A Sunday Afternoon Len Spencer - Arkansaw Traveler (new version) 2 Len Spencer - Arkansaw Traveler (new version) Mina Hickman - Pretty Molly Shannon S. H. Dudley feat. v-Harry MacDonough - While The Leaves Came Drifting Down William Redman - In The Good Old Summer Time 1903 Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - Down Where The Wurzburger Flows Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - Hurrah For Baffin's Bay Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - Parody on Hiawatha Arthur Collins - Any Rags Billy Murray - Tessie (You are The Only, Only) Billy Murray - Up In A Cocoanut Tree Bob Roberts - By The Sycamore Tree Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh On an Automobile Dan Quinn - Hiawatha Harry MacDonough & Joe Belmont - Beautiful Bird, Sing On Harry MacDonough & John Bieling - Tessie Harry MacDonough - Heidelberg Harry MacDonough - Hiawatha Harry MacDonough - In The Good Old Summer Time Harry MacDonough - In The Sweet Bye And Bye Haydn Quartet - My Old Kentucky Home J.W. Myers - In The City Of Sighs And Tears Len Spencer - Reuben Haskins' Ride on A Cyclone Auto Sousa's Band - In The Good Old Summer Time Sousa's Band - Jack Tar March 1905 Albert Campbell - In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - Coax Me Arthur Collins - Nobody Arthur Collins - The Preacher And The Bear Arthur Collins - What You Goin' To Do When De Rent Comes 'Round Billy Murray - Come Take A Trip In My Air-Ship Billy Murray - Give My Regards To Broadway Billy Murray - In My Merry Oldsmobile Billy Murray - Yankee Doodle Boy Byron G. Harlan - Where The Morning Glories Twine Around The Door Corrine Morgan & Haydn Quartet - Dearie Haydn Quartet - My Little Canoe Haydn Quartet - Silent Night, Hallowed Night Henry Burr - In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree 1906 - 1914 Ada Jones & Billy Murray - I'm Crying Just for You Ada Jones & Billy Watkins - By the Beautiful Sea Ada Jones & Henry Burr - On the Old Front Porch Ada Jones & the Peerless Quartet - All Aboard For Dixie Land Ada Jones - Billy Watkins - By The Beautiful Sea Alma Gluck, Louise Homer - Rock of Ages American Quartet - Billy Murray - When You Wore A Tulip American Quartet - Do You Take This Woman for You Lawful Wife American Quartet - When You Wore A Tulip American Quartet with Billy Murray - Rebecca Of Sunny Brook Farm Arthur Colins - Byron G Harlan - I Love The Ladies Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan - Camp Meeting Band Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan - Down In Chattanooga Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan - On the Old Fall River Line Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan - Celebration Day In Tennessee Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan - Eagle Rock Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan - The Aba Daba Honeymoon Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan - Underneath The Tango Moon Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan - I Love The Ladies Arthur Fields - Along Came Ruth (words & music by Irving Berlin) Bert Williams - The Darktown Poker Club Billly Murray - I'll Do It All Over Again Billly Murray - Sit Down, You're Rocking The Boat Billy Murray & Will Oakland - Just for Tonight Billy Murray - He'd Have To Get Under Billy Murray - He's A Devil In His Own Home Town Billy Murray - I'll Do It All Over Again Billy Murray - Just For Tonight Billy Murray - On the Old Fall River Line Billy Murray - Sit Down, You're Rocking The Boat Billy Murray - They Start The Victrola Billy Murray - This is the Life Billy Murray - When You're All Dressed Up and No Place to Go Cal Stewart - Fourth Of July At Punkin Center Charles Harrison - Mary You're A Little Bit Old-Fashioned Eddie Morton - He's a Devil in His Own Home Town Elida Morris - I Want To Go Back To Michigan Elida Morris - If I Had Someone At Home Like You Fred Duprez - Happy Tho' Married Fred Van Eps - Old Folks Rag George MacFarlane - Can't You Hear Me Calling, Caroline Harry MacDonough & Marguerite Dunlap - When It's Apple Blossom Time In Normandy Harry MacDonough & Olive Kline - You're Here and I'm Here Heidelberg Quintet with Billy Murray - By the Beautiful Sea Henry Burr & Albert Campbell & Oakland - I'm On My Way to Mandalay Henry Burr & Albert Campbell, Will Oakland - I'm On My Way To Mandalay Henry Burr & Helen Clark - In The Valley Of The Moon Henry Burr - Ada Jones - In The Heart Of The City That Has No Heart Henry Burr - In the Heart of the City That has No Heart Henry Burr - You Planted A Rose In The Garden Of Love Joe Hayman - Cohen On The Telephone John McCormack - Ave Maria from Cavalleria Rusticana John McCormack - Ave Maria John McCormack - Good-Bye Lyric Quartet - When The Angelus Is Ringing Peerless Quartet - If I had my way Peerless Quartet - When The Angelus Is Ringing Peerless Quartet - While They Were Dancing Around Peerless Quartet with Ada Jones - All Aboard For Dixie Prince's Band - Ballin' The Jack Prince's Band - The Old Homestead Prince's Orchestra - Memphis Blues Van Eps Trio - Old Folks Rag Victor Herbert - March of the Toys Victor Military Band William J. Halley - Do You Take This Woman For Your Lawful Wife LINK Part 1 LINK Part 2
Peter Criss, is an American musician best known as the original drummer for the rock band Kiss. Criss was the "Catman" of Kiss. Criss was involved with a number of bands throughout the mid-to-late 1960s. It was during this time that Criss joined Chelsea, who had a two-album deal with Decca Records; the group released a self-titled album in 1970. They never recorded a second album, and in August 1971 became Lips (a trio consisting of Criss and his Chelsea bandmates Michael Benvenga and Stan Penridge). By the spring of 1973, Lips was just the duo of Criss and Penridge.
01 Affection (Barracudas, 1966) 02 It's Been So Long (Barracudas, 1966) 03 Chicken (Barracudas, 1967) 04 No Use (Barracudas, 1967) 05 Respect (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 06 Since I Fell For You (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 07 My Girl (Sounds Of Soul, 1967) 08 What Is A Man (The Vintage, 1969) 09 Heaven In The Stars Above (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 10 Run Mr. Greene (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 11 You Make Me Feel (Chelsea Demo, 1971) 12 Beck (Lips Demo, 1972) 13 Baby, Don't You Let Me Down (Lips Demo, 1972) 15 Hooked On Rock And Roll (Lips Demo, 1972) 16 Don't Let The Blues Surround You (Lips Demo, 1972) 17 That's The Kind Of Sugar Papa Likes (Lips Demo, 1972)
The Holy Modal Rounders were an American folk music duo from the Lower East Side of New York City which started in the early 1960s, consisting of Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber. Their unique blend of folk music revival and psychedelia gave them a cult-like following from the late 1960s into the 1970s. For a time the band also featured prolific and famous playwright and actor, Sam Shepard.
01 - Flop Eared Mule 02 - Black Eyed Susie 03 - Sail Away Ladies 04 - Clinch Mountain Backstep 05 - Fishing Blues 06 - Statesboro Blues 07 - Junko Partner 08 - Mole In The Ground 09 - Hot Corn Cold Corn 10 - Down The Old Plank Road 11 - Chevrolet Six 12 - The Crowley Waltz 13 - Bully Of The Union 14 - Sugar In The Ground LINK