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Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He has been a major figure in popular music for five decades. While Dylan and the Hawks met increasingly receptive audiences on the 1966 tour, their studio efforts floundered. Producer Bob Johnston persuaded Dylan to record in Nashville in February 1966, and surrounded him with a cadre of top-notch session men. At Dylan's insistence, Robertson and Kooper came down from New York City to play on the sessions. The Nashville sessions produced the double-album Blonde on Blonde, featuring what Dylan later called "that thin wild mercury sound". Al Kooper  described the album as "taking two cultures and smashing them together with a huge explosion": the musical world of Nashville and the world of the "quintessential New York hipster" Bob Dylan.

01 - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
02 - Pledging My Time
03 - Visions Of Johanna
04 - One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
05 - I Want You
06 - Stuck Inside Of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
07 - Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
08 - Just Like A Woman
09 - Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
10 - Temporary Like Achilles
11 - Absolutely Sweet Marie
12 - 4th Time Around
13 - Obviously 5 Believers
14 - Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands

Category: Oldies | Views: 1404 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

Carpenters - 1975 - Horizon

Carpenters or The Carpenters were a vocal and instrumental duo, consisting of siblings Karen and Richard Carpenter. The Carpenters were the #1 selling American music act of the 1970s. Though often referred to by the public as "The Carpenters", the duo's official name on authorized recordings and press materials is simply "Carpenters", without the definite article. During a period in the 1970s when louder and wilder rock was in great demand, Richard and Karen produced a distinctively soft musical style that made them among the best-selling music artists of all time. Horizon is the sixth consecutive platinum-certified album by Carpenters. It was recorded at A&M Records  (mainly in Studio "D" using then-state-of-the-art 24-track recording technology, 30 Dolby and recorded at 30 inches per second). The Carpenters spent many hours experimenting with different sounds, techniques and effects.

01 - Aurora
02 - Only Yesterday
03 - Desperado
04 - Please Mr. Postman
05 - I Can Dream Can't I
06 - Solitaire
07 - Happy
08 - (I'm Caught Between) Goodbye And I Love You
09 - Love Me For What I Am
10 - Eventide


Carpenters - 1976 - A Kind Of Hush

A Kind of Hush is the seventh studio album by Carpenters. It was released in May 1976. Of its three excerpted singles only the title track, "There's a Kind of Hush (All Over the World)", a cover of a 1960s song by Herman's Hermits, gave the pair a hit single - both the US Top Ten, and UK Top 20. The album, despite its gold certification and a high UK chart placing, was a commercial disappointment in the US where its chart peak was outside the Top 30.

01 - There's A Kind Of Hush
02 - You
03 - Sandy
04 - Goofus
05 - Can't Smile Without You
06 - I Need To Be In Love
07 - One More Time
08 - Boat To Sail
09 - I Have You
10 - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do


Carpenters - 1976 - Live in Holland

Live at Jaap Eden Hal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16 November 1976

01 - There's A Kind Of Hush
02 - Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
03 - I Need To Be In Love
04 - Close To You
05 - Yesterday Once More
06 - Two Man Band
07 - Warsaw Concerto
08 - From This Moment On
09 - Medley
10 - Rainy Days & Mondays-Goodbye To Love

Category: Oldies | Views: 2012 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

Chris Montez grew up in Hawthorne, California, influenced by the Latino-flavored music of his community and the success of Ritchie Valens. In 1962, he recorded the single "Let's Dance" on Monogram Records (written and produced by Jim Lee). It went to #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S. and to #2 on the UK Singles Chart. The follow-up, "Some Kinda Fun", was a lesser hit. However, both records sold over one million copies, and were awarded gold discs. Montez toured with Clyde McPhatter, Sam Cooke, The Platters, and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and The Beatles opened a London concert for him while performing with Tommy Roe.

01 - Let's Dance
02 - I Ran
03 - You're The One
04 - Let's Do The Limbo
05 - Rocking Blues
06 - Chiquita Mia
07 - Somebody Loves You
08 - In A English Town
09 - Some Kinda Fun
10 - Say You'll Marry Me
11 - All You Had To Do Was Tell Me
12 - I Feel Like Dancing
13 - No No No
14 - Tell Me It's Not Over
15 - Go Ahead On
16 - Monkey Fever

Category: Oldies | Views: 1581 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

Bridget St John is a British folk singer and songwriter, best known for the three albums she recorded between 1969 and 1972 for John Peel's Dandelion label. Peel produced her debut album Ask Me No Questions. She also recorded a large number of BBC Radio and Peel sessions and toured regularly on the UK college and festival circuit. Her popularity peaked in 1974 when she was voted fifth most popular female singer in that year's Melody Maker readers poll. Songs for the Gentle Man is a 1971 folk rock album by Bridget St John. A follow up to her highly successful debut album, Songs for the Gentle Man propelled her to cult status in the United Kingdom. The album was produced by Ron Geesin, who had worked with Pink Floyd.

01 - A Day A Way
02 - City Crazy
03 - Back To Stay
04 - Seagull Sunday
05 - If You'd Been There
06 - Song For The Laird Of Connaught Hall Part 2
07 - Making Losing Better
08 - The Lady And The Gentle Man
09 - Downderry Daze
10 - The Pebble And The Man
11 - It Seems Very Strange

Category: Oldies | Views: 1463 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

Bobby Goldsboro is an American country and pop singer-songwriter. He had a string of hits from 1962 to 1982, including 5 releases that achieved sales of over one million copies. Goldsboro was born in Marianna, Florida. In 1956, Goldsboro's family moved 35 miles north from Marianna to Dothan, Alabama. He graduated from Dothan High School in 1959, and later enrolled at Auburn University. Goldsboro left college after his second year to pursue a musical career. He played guitar for Roy Orbison from 1962 to 1964, while releasing a few unsuccessful singles. His biggest hit was 1968's "Honey", a maudlin tear-jerker about the death of a man's young wife. The song, written by Bobby Russell, was recorded in one take. It topped the U.S. chart for four weeks, reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart on two separate occasions (1968 and 1975), and was a #1 single in Australia. The single sold in excess of one million copies.  It also became his first country hit, and marked a career transition, as his songs became more successful on the country chart than on the pop side. Goldsboro's last Top 40 hit on the Hot 100 came in late 1973, but he remained a fixture in the country top 40 into the early 1980s. Honey (#1 US Country,Gold) is the 10th album by Goldsboro.

01 - Honey
02 - The Straight Life
03 - With Pen In Hand
04 - Muddy Mississippi Line
05 - Blue Autumn
06 - Little Things
07 - Summer (The First Time)
08 - Wachtin' Scotty Grow
09 - Broomstick Cowboy
10 - It's Too Late
11 - Autumn Of My Life
12 - Hello Summertime
13 - I'm A Drifter
14 - Love Divine
15 - Lovin'in Slow Motion
16 - Payin' For The Good Times

Category: Oldies | Views: 2034 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

Bobby Darin, was a two-time Grammy award winning American singer, Oscar nominated actor and accomplished musician. Darin performed widely in a range of music genres, including pop, rock, jazz, folk and country. Although unknown to his public, his health was dangerously fragile and strongly motivated him to succeed within the limited lifetime he feared he would, and ultimately did, have. The Desert Inn was a Paradise, Nevada, hotel/casino that operated from April 24, 1950, to August 28, 2000. Designed by noted New York architect Jac Lessman, it was the fifth resort to open on the Las Vegas Strip. Almost every major star of the last fifty years played at the Desert Inn. Its famous "crystal showroom" hosted Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Noel Coward, Ted Lewis, Joe E. Lewis, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Paul Anka, Neil Sedaka, Dionne Warwick, Wayne Newton, Barry Manilow, Cher, Tina Turner, and more. This is a 1971 live performance at The Desert Inn

01 - Intro. Monologue
02 - Save The Country
03 - Moritat (Mack The Knife)
04 - Fire And Rain
05 - Hi De Ho (That Old Sweet Roll)
06 - Monologue 1
07 - Beatles Medley (Hey Jude, Eleanor Rigby, Blackbird, A Day In The Life)
08 - Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher And Higher
09 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
10 - Monologue 2
11 - If I Were A Carpenter
12 - Simple Song Of Freedom
13 - Finale Band Introduction
14 - Encore (Chain Of Fools, Respect, Splish Splash, Johnny B. Goode)
15 - Work Song
16 - Beyond The Sea

Category: Oldies | Views: 1379 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-03

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