01 - Eddie Cantor - 1919 - The Only Thing I Want For Christmas... 02 - Edison Mixed Quartet - 1912 - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 03 - Edison Mixed Quartet - 1913 - Hail, Hail, Day Of Days! 04 - Edison Mixed Quartet - 1914 - Oh Come All Ye Faithful 05 - Edison Quartet - 1910 - Silent Night 06 - Elizabeth Spencer & Anthony Harrison - 1912 - Silent Night 07 - Florence Easton - 1924 - Silent Night 08 - Florence Easton & Chorus - 1928 - Holy Night 09 - Atlantic Dance Orchestra - 1922 - If Winter Comes 10 - Frank C. Stanley - 1910 - Auld Lang Syne 11 - Harry E. Humphrey - 1914 - The Night Before Christmas 12 - Harry Macdonough - 1905 - Will You Love Me In December, As You Do In May 13 - Harry Macdonough & Haydn Quartet - 1905 - Winter 14 - Henry Burr - 1908 - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 15 - Henry Burr - 1908 - The Star Of Bethlehem 16 - Kathleen Parlow - 1923 - Ave Maria 17 - Manuel Romain - 1910 - Christmas Time Seems Years & Years Away 18 - Metropolitan Quartet - 1908 - Christmas, Christmas! Blessed Day! 19 - Miro's Band - 1918 - Christmas Eve 20 - Miro's Band - 1918 - Christmas Morn 21 - Nebe Quartett - 1907 - Oh Tannenbaum 22 - Oratorio Chorus - 1916 - Hallelujah Chorus From Messiah 23 - Robert Gayler - 1916 - Christmas Eve 24 - Robert Gayler - 1919 - Christmas Bells 25 - Robert Price - 1904 - Christ The New Born King 26 - The Carol Singers - 1913 - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 27 - The Carol Singers - 1914 - The First Noel 28 - The Carol Singers - 1916 - Ring Out, Wild Bells 29 - The Edison Concert Band - 1906 - Joy To The World 30 - The Edison Concert Band - 1907 - Ring Out The Bells For Christmas 31 - The Edison Concert Band - 1908 - Christ Is Come 32 - The Edison Concert Band - 1912 - Ring Out The Bells For Christmas 33 - The Edison Concert Band - 1913 - Bells Of Christmas 34 - The Edison Quartette - 1904 - Hail Smiling Morn Christmas Carol 35 - Westminster Glee Singers - 1929 - Bethlehem LINK
02 - Carolina Brown 03 - Cockney Band 04 - Crown Diamonds 05 - Ginger 06 - Invitation To The Waltz 07 - Martha 08 - Mignon 09 - Morning, Noon And Night In Vienna 10 - Scoth Country Dances 11 - The Hoosier Slide 12 - The Navy
Prince's Military Band
13 - Coax Me medley 14 - Happy Heinie 15 - Harrigan Medley 16 - Honor and glory march 17 - My Irish Molly O 18 - On to victory 19 - Razzazza mazzazza 20 - Rosebud medley 21 - The mouse and the clock 22 - The triumph of old glory 23 - Under Arms March
U.S. Military Band
24 - Bombardment & Lord Baltimore 25 - Dixie 26 - Favorite 27 - Four Musical Hits 28 - In Old Quebec 29 - Lord Baltimore Marches 30 - Manhattan Beach and Gladiator march 31 - Old Eph's Vision 32 - Pretty Pick's Chat To Me 33 - Raymond
Live performance at the Generation Club, 52 West 8th Street, New York, in April 15, 1968, with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Al Kooper and Elvin Bishop. Jimi with B.B. King on guitar and vocals, Elvin Bishop on guitar and vocals, Paul Butterfield on harmonica, Al Kooper on organ, Buzzy Feiten on bass, Don Martin on guitar, Phillip Wilson on drums and Stewart on piano.
01 - Like A Rolling Stone 02 - Blues Jam No.1(Part 1) 03 - Blues Jam No.1(Part 2) 04 - Band Introduction(By B.B King) 05 - Blues Jam No.2(Part 1) 06 - Blues Jam No.2(Part 2) 07 - Blues Jam No.3 08 - It's My Own Fault
The Champs were a rock and roll band, most famous for their Latin-tinged instrumental "Tequila". Formed by studio executives at Gene Autry's Challenge Records to record a B-Side for the Dave Burgess (aka Dave Dupree) single, the intended throwaway track became more famous than its A-Side, "Train to Nowhere". "Tequila" went to No. 1 in just three weeks and the band became the first group to go to the top spot with an instrumental that was their first release. The song was recorded at Gold Star Studios in 1958, and in 1959 won the Grammy Award for Best Rhythm & Blues Recording. Band members Chuck Rio - saxophone, vocals, Dave Burgess - guitar, Dale Norris - guitar, keyboards, Bobby Morris - bass, Dean McDaniel - bass, Gen Alden - drums, Paul C Saenz - Lead Guitar and Benjamin Van Norman - Bass.Band members later featured Glen Campbell, Jerry Cole and Seals and Crofts. "Tequila!" was written and sung by the saxophone player Danny Flores, although he was credited as Chuck Rio because he was under contract to another record label at the time. Flores, who died in September 2006, was known as the "Godfather of Latino rock.
01 - Tequila 02 - Train To Nowhere 03 - Sombrero 04 - Sky High 05 - Experiment In Terror 06 - La Cucaracha 07 - The Shoddy Shoddy 08 - Jumping Bean 09 - Too Much Tequila 10 - Turnpike 11 - The Caterpillar 12 - Beatnik 13 - El Rancho Rock 14 - Midnighter 15 - Chariot Rock 16 - Bandido 17 - Limbo Rock 18 - Subway 19 - Red Eye 20 - Gone Train 21 - What's Up Buttercup 22 - Caramba
The Small Faces were an English rock and roll band from east London, heavily influenced by American rhythm and blues. The group was founded in 1965 by members Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston, although by 1966 Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist. The band is remembered as one of the most acclaimed and influential mod groups of the 1960s, With memorable hit songs such as "Itchycoo Park", "Lazy Sunday", "All or Nothing", "Tin Soldier", and their concept album Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake, they later evolved into one of the UK's most successful psychedelic acts before disbanding in 1969. After the Small Faces disbanded, three of the members were joined by Ronnie Wood as guitarist, and Rod Stewart as their lead vocalist, both from The Jeff Beck Group, and the new line-up was renamed the Faces. 35th Anniversary Edition featuring The Small Faces' complete 1967 recordings in stereo & mono along with 19 bonus tracks. Disc 1 01 - (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me 02 - Something I Want To Tell You 03 - Feeling Lonely 04 - Happy Boys Happy 05 - Things Are Going To Get Better 06 - My Way Of Giving 07 - Green Circles 08 - Become Like You 09 - Get Yourself Together 10 - All Our Yesterdays 11 - Talk To You 12 - Show Me The Way 13 - Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire 14 - Eddie's Dreaming 15 - I Can't Make It 16 - Just Passing 17 - Here Comes The Nice 18 - Itchycoo Park 19 - I'm Only Dreaming 20 - Tin Soldier 21 - I Feel Much Better 22 - Don't Burst My Bubble 23 - Things Are Going To Get Better (Alt Ver) 24 - Green Circles (Slow Ver) Disc 2 01 - Album Sampler 02 - (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me 03 - Something I Want To Tell You 04 - Feeling Lonely 05 - Happy Boys Happy 06 - Things Are Going To Get Better 07 - My Way Of Giving 08 - Green Circles 09 - Become Like You 10 - Get Yourself Together 11 - All Our Yesterdays 12 - Talk To You 13 - Show Me The Way 14 - Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire 15 - Eddie's Dreaming 16 - I Can't Make It 17 - Just Passing 18 - Here Comes The Nice 19 - Itchycoo Park 20 - I'm Only Dreaming 21 - Tin Soldier 22 - I Feel Much Better 23 - (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me (Alt Ver) 24 - Green Circles (Usa Mix) LINK
One of the most unique rock groups of the 1960s, The Hello People, was created during late 1967 in New York by producer Lou Futterman. The idea for creating the group stemmed from Marcel Carné's film Children of Paradise (Les Enfants du Paradis). Etienne De Crux, the father of French mime, plays the part of Bapties's father in the film. During the sixties De Crux taught painting to a group of musicians. Since these musicians learned to paint so quickly, De Crux reasoned that musicians could also learn mime and apply it in some new way to create a new form. The manager of the musicians De Crux taught, Lou Futterman, decided he would implement this new concept. He then put together a new group of musicians who would perform in mime makeup and do mime routines between songs, never speaking a word to the audience. Original members: W. S. Tongue - vocal, guitar, Greg Geddes - bass, vocal, Bobby Sedita - guitar, vocal, Larry Tassi - keyboards, vocal, Michael Sagarese - flute and Ronnie Blake - drums. The group recorded for Philips Records, performed at the Café Wha? in Greenwich Village in 1968 and at The Players Theater, upstairs above the Café Wha? Although the group didn't have a hit record they were often seen on major network television shows such as The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and the controversial Smothers Brothers Show. 01 - It's A Monday Kind Of Tuesday 02 - Sunrise Meadow 03 - A Stranger At Her Door 04 - Movin' & Growin' 05 - Paisley Teddy Bear 06 - (As I Went Down To) Jerusalem 07 - Lamplight, Nightlight 08 - Mr. Truth Evading, Masquerading Man 09 - Paris In The Rain LINK
Steeleye Span are a British folk-rock band, formed in 1969 and remaining 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 3 top 40 albums. They achieved a certified "gold" record with sales of "All Around My Hat". The name Steeleye Span comes from a character in the traditional song Horkstow Grange (which they did not actually record until they released an album by that name in 1998). Please To See The King is the second album by Steeleye Span, released in 1971. The title of the album is derived from the "Cutty Wren" ceremony. A winter wren in a cage is paraded as if it were a king. This rite was carried out on December 26, Saint Stephen's Day, and is connected to early Christmas celebrations. All songs appearing on the album are traditional. Musically, this was their most electric, dense recording, with loud guitars and strong looping bass lines and no drums. Melody Maker made this their folk album of the year. 01 - The Blacksmith 02 - Cold, Haily, Windy Night 03 - Jigs Bryan O'lynnthe Hag With The Money 04 - Prince Charlie Stuart 05 - Boys Of Bedlam 06 - False Knight On The Road 07 - The Lark In The Morning 08 - Female Drummer 09 - The King 10 - Lovely On The Water LINK
Taking their name from the Roman god of the underworld, hard rock band Pluto were formed in North London in 1970. The key members, Gardner and Alan Warner were two highly experienced campaigners from widely disparate musical backgrounds. Following extensive and exhausting auditions, the rhythm section was in place. On the road; their bluesy, hard-rock set quickly won them a fair old reputation and a loyal following on the university/college circuit, which they quickly expanded upon, eventually establishing themselves as regulars at many of the more prestigious gigs. They toured with just about everybody, whose sound was clearly reflected in Pluto’s set. Finally, the Dawn label signed them for their only studio album, recorded in early 1971. 01 - Grossfire 02 - And My Old Rocking Horse 03 - Down And Out 04 - She´s Innocent 05 - Road To Glory 06 - Stealing My Thunder 07 - Beauty Queen 08 - Mister Westwood 09 - Rag A Bone Joe 10 - Bare Lady 11 - I Really Want It 12 - Something That You Loved (Bonus) 13 - Rag A Bone Joe (Alt. Mix) LINK