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Between the Buttons is the fifth British and seventh American studio album by The Rolling Stones. It was released on 20 January 1967 in the United Kingdom and 11 February 1967 in the United States as the follow-up to the ambitious Aftermath. Recorded in two spurts, in Los Angeles in August 1966 and London that November, Between the Buttons caught The Rolling Stones at a period where they were moving more into arty territory and away from their R&B roots. With the release of The Beatles' Revolver, Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde, The Mothers of Invention's Freak Out! and The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, as well as their own Aftermath and the accompanying singles during 1966, the parameters of rock music had been expanded considerably. This is th US version of the album with different tracklist, "Let's Spend the Night Together" and "Ruby Tuesday" were slotted onto the album, with "Back Street Girl" and "Please Go Home" getting the boot (these would be included on the following US release, Flowers). With "Ruby Tuesday" reaching #1, Between the Buttons shot to #2 in the US, going gold.

01 - Let's Spend The Night Together
02 - Yesterday's Papers
03 - Ruby Tuesday
04 - Connection
05 - She Smiled Sweetly
06 - Cool Calm And Collected
07 - All Sold Out
08 - My Obsession
09 - Who's Been Sleeping Here
10 - Complicated
11 - Miss Amanda Jones
12 - Something Happened To Me Yesterday

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The Feminine Complex were an all-female American garage rock band in the 1960s. The band formed while the girls were attending Maplewood High School in Nashville, Tennessee. They released only one album, Livin' Love, in 1969. The album has been reissued twice and has since developed a minor cult following. The Feminine Complex consisted of Mindy Dalton on guitar and vocals, Judi Griffith on tambourine and vocals, Lana Napier on drums, Pame Stephens on keyboards and Jean Williams on bass. Napier and Williams decided to form an all-female band in the fall of 1966, eventually asking Dalton and Griffith to join. All four were members of the Maplewood High School girl's basketball team, giving themselves the name of The Pivots, which was also their team's name. By the summer of 1967 they added Stephens, a friend of Williams', and changed their name to The Feminine Complex. They played small local gigs in Nashville and surrounding areas from 1967-68. Dee Kilpatrick of Athena Records signed the group in 1968, and they recorded their debut, Livin' Love. They broke up when school began, in fall of that year. Livin' Love was released in 1969. Two singles released from the album, "I've Been Workin' on You" and "Hide & Seek", were Top 40 hits in Nashville; a third, "I Won't Run", charted in Birmingham. This is an expanded CD from 1996, with demos and unreleased songs.

01 - Hide & Seek
02 - Now I Need You
03 - Are You Lonesome Like Me
04 - I Won't Run
05 - Six O'clock In The Morning (You 're Gone)
06 - Run That Thru Your Mind
07 - It's Magic
08 - I Dont Want Another Man
09 - Forgetting
10 - I 've Been Workin' On You
11 - Time Slips By (When You Are On My Mind)
12 - Hold My Hand
13 - Love Love Love
14 - I 've Been Workin' On You (Demo)
15 - Hold Me
16 - Now I Care
17 - A Summer Morning
18 - The Warmth Of Your Smile
19 - Are You Lonesome Like Me (Demo)
20 - Time Slips By (Demo)
21 - Is This A Dream
22 - Movin'
23 - Jaguar Jimmy
24 - To Be In Love
25 - Without You

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The Jaggerz are a pop/rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, often considered a one-hit wonder because their only major success was the single "The Rapper", written by Donnie Iris. Released on the Kama Sutra label in 1970, "The Rapper", released in late December 1969 got to #2 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two weeks in March 1970, and sold over one million copies with the gold record awarded by the R.I.A.A.. The band's name derives from the Pittsburgh English slang term, "jagger bush," meaning a thorny bush. They were managed by The Skyliners manager, Joe Rock. While attending college at Slippery Rock University, Donnie Iris started a band called the Trivells. The band became known as Donnie and the Donnelles when the line up increased from three members to four. Shortly after dropping out of college, Iris found out that a band called Gary and the Jewel Tones needed a new guitarist, where Jimmie Ross was a member. This gave birth to a new band called the "Jaggers." Forming around 1965, they began playing night clubs and the like for the next few years.In 1968, the Jaggers signed with Gamble Records, and they began to record their debut album. While in the early stages of recording the album, Jimmie Ross saw a magazine advertisement featuring another band called "The Jaggers." In order to avoid confusion, manager Joe Rock suggested that the "s" in "Jaggers" be changed to a "z." In 1969, their debut album, Introducing the Jaggerz, was released and was a moderate success.

01 - Gotta Find My Way Back Home
02 - (That's Why) Baby I Love You
03 - Give A Little Love
04 - What Now My Love
05 - Higher And Higher
06 - Forever Together-Together Forever
07 - Let Me Be Your Man
08 - Bring It Back
09 - Here's A Heart
10 - Ain't No Sun
11 - Need Your Love
12 - Together

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The Youngbloods was an American folk rock band consisting of Jesse Colin Young (vocals, bass), Jerry Corbitt (guitar), Lowell Levinger, nicknamed "Banana," (guitar and electric piano), and Joe Bauer (drums). Despite receiving critical acclaim, they never achieved widespread popularity. Their only U.S. Top 40 entry was "Get Together". With Corbitt's departure from the band (for a solo career) in 1969, before the band recorded the Elephant Mountain album, Levinger assumed lead guitar duties and played extensively on Wurlitzer electric piano. The band became adept at lengthy improvisations in their live performances (as captured on the albums Rock Festival and Ride the Wind released after the band moved over to their own Warner Brothers distributed Raccoon label). Jesse Colin Young - vocals, guitar, bass, Joe Bauer - drums, Lowell "Banana" Levinger - guitar, Wurlitzer electric piano, Jerry Corbitt - guitar, plus David Lindley - fiddle, Plas Johnson - tenor saxophone, Joe Clayton - trumpet, and Victor Feldman - vibraphone.

01 - Darkness, Darkness
02 - Smug
03 - On Sir Francis Drake
04 - Sunlight
05 - Double Sunlight
06 - Beautiful
07 - Turn It Over
08 - Rain Song (Don't Let The Rain Bring You Down)
09 - Trillium
10 - Quicksand
11 - Black Mountain Breakdown
12 - Sham
13 - Ride The Wind

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Santo & Johnny were an Italian-American rock and roll duo from Brooklyn, comprising brothers Santo and Johnny Farina. They are best known for their instrumental "Sleep Walk," which became a regional hit and eventually reached #1 on the pop charts when it was released nationally. At present, Santo is semi-retired and Johnny currently tours and records new material with his own band. Johnny is also the president of Aniraf, Inc., an international record company based in New York. The last release of the duo was in 1969, this is a compilation released in 2002.

01 - Mona Lisa
02 - Hawaiian War Chant
03 - Crying In The Chapel
04 - Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero
05 - Arrivederci Roma
06 - Kaleidoscope
07 - Brazil
08 - Cairo
09 - Old Man River
10 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
11 - Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps
12 - Lady Of Spain
13 - Amazon Ritual
14 - Indian Reservation
15 - All My Loving
16 - Istanbul
17 - Prisoner Of Love
18 - Autumn In New York
19 - Brasilia
20 - Lisa (All Alone)

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Got Live If You Want It! is the first live album by The Rolling Stones. It was released in the US in late 1966. At the time, it was not released officially in the UK; instead, the British market had the 1965 EP release Got Live If You Want It!, from which the album's name derived (a different mix of "I'm Alright" appeared on this EP.) The album had been compiled as a result of a contractual obligation with US distributor London Records, and the band themselves were not happy with it. They consequently disowned it, arguing that Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert (1970) was their true live album debut.

01 - Under My Thumb
02 - Get Off Of My Cloud
03 - Lady Jane
04 - Not Fade Away
05 - I've Been Loving You Too Long
06 - Fortune Teller
07 - The Last Time
08 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown
09 - Time Is On My Side
10 - I'm Alright
11 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow
12 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

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One Night Only is a live album and DVD by the Bee Gees. It features the group's concert at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in 1997 and includes many of their greatest hits. The CD is edited, with some songs omitted, though the DVD version of the concert is complete. The album was re-issued in 1999, and included a bonus CD with the missing songs. The Bee Gees performed songs from every decade from the 1960s to the 1990s. They also sang a tribute song to their late brother Andy Gibb, "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away". During this song old footage of Andy is shown, including him singing the second verse of the song. The vocals from the original recording also play during that section. Céline Dion guest-starred on the Bee Gees-penned "Immortality". Recorded vocals by Frankie Valli are featured during "Grease", and are also taken from the original song. The album's title was originally meant to reflect the band's plan that the Las Vegas concert would be their final live performance ever, but he wanted to expand the tour and so they played several more shows.

01 Intro - You Should Be Dancing - Alone
02 Massachusetts
03 To Love Somebody
04 Words
05 Closer Than Close
06 Island In The Stream
07 Our Love (Tribute to Andy Gibb)
08 Night Fever - More Than A Woman
09 Lonely Days
10 New York Mining Disaster 1941
11 I Can't See Nobody
12 And The Sun Will Shine
13 Nights On Broadway
14 How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
15 Heartbreaker
16 Guilty
17 Immortality (with Celine Dion)
18 Tragedy
19 Started A Joke
20 Grease
21 Jive Talking
22 How Deep Is Your Love
23 Staying Alive
24 You Should Be Dancing

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Still Waters is the Bee Gees' twenty-first original album, released in March 1997. In 1995, the Gibb brothers created a ballad compilation called "Love Songs" which featured some new recordings. However, their record company rejected the album and the new songs were included on a new studio album instead. The Bee Gees recorded further new songs in 1996 and 1997 and Still Waters was released in March 1997. The result was their most successful album in almost twenty years, garnering positive reviews. The album sold over 5 million copies worldwide, peaking at #2 in the UK charts and reaching #11 in the United States. Polydor Records may have hurt the initial sales of Still Waters in the U.S. as most copies were sold out during the first week of release, which caused the album to only debut at #11

01- Alone
02- I Surrender
03- I Could Not Love You More
04- Stil Waters Run Deep
05- My Lover's Prayer
06- With My Eyes Closed
07- Irresistible Force
08- Closer Than Close
09- I Will
10- Obsessions
11- Miracles Happen
12- Smoke And Mirrors

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A collection of mixes, TV performances and interviews.

01- World Beat On CNN
02- Stayin' Alive (Fashion MIX)
03- (I'll Always Keep My) Promises
04- Oprah Winfrey Medley1:
       How Deep Is Your Love/Jive Talkin/StayinAlive/You Should Be Dancing
05- Oprah Winfrey Medley2:
       To Love Somebody/How Can You Mend A Broken Heart/Massachusetts
06- I've Gotta Get A Message To You
07- One
08- Still Waters Run Deep
09- In The Morning
10- Run To Me
11- Rick Dees Radio Interview 97 Part 1- Radio Version Of "Alone"
12- Rick Dees Radio Interview 97 Part 2- Radio Version Of  "You Should Be Dancing"
13- Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Medley:
       Massachusetts / Words /How Deep Is Your Love /Jive Talkin /
       Stayin Alive /You Should Be Dancing

14- Still Waters Run Deep (Rosie O'Donnell Show)
15- Jive Talkin'(Rosie O'Donnell Show)

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Christmas songs and remixes, an unofficial release.

01 - O' Come All Ye Faithfull (Humourous Intro) '97
02 - Silent Night (Extended Mix) 78
03 - Holiday (March Of The Wooden Soldiers Remix) '67
04 - Miracles Happen (42Nd Mix) '97
05 - In The Bleak Midwinter (Bbc Special) '00
06 - Toys (Surprise Mix) '85
07 - Lord Bless All
08 - First Of May (Shepers Mix)
09 - Jingle Jangle (Bells Mix) '96
10 - Town Of Tuxley Toymaker (John Blanchfield)
11 - Come Home For The Winter (Andy Gibb) '77
12 - Seasons (No Hat Moon) '86
13 - Silent Night (Cilla Black With All Gibb Families)
14 - Xmas Day Of Halloween (Parttial)

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With a career as illustrious as the Moody Blues, it's difficult to group together all their best material on a single disc, but Legend of a Band acts as a brief yet pleasant jaunt through some of their most popular work. While some of their early material is deemed slightly progressive because of lengthy keyboard suites and instrumental runs, it wasn't until the mid- to late '70s that their music began to take a more rock & roll-oriented path. Even though only 12 songs make up this hits collection, they do offer a definitive cross section of their music. The early tracks, which include classics like "Tuesday Afternoon," "Question," and "The Story in Your Eyes," as well as their highest-charting single, the dreamy "Nights in White Satin," aptly display their late-'60, early-'70s sound. It was songs such as these that melded a fairy-tale guitar feel and wavy synthesizer washes with Justin Hayward's fragile voice. This set also includes their late-'80s hits which contained a slightly edgier rock & roll sound, with a touch more bite on the guitars and friendlier, catchier choruses. Songs like "I Know You're Out There Somewhere" and "Your Wildest Dreams" come from the last years of their career, but still carry a certain magic that rides on Hayward's velvety singing. The Moody Blues' sound is one that is truly unique because of their curved melodies and glossy guitar/keyboard flow, unlike many bands of their era. This compilation acts as an excellent introduction for someone who is curious about their music. (Mike DeGagne)

01 - Your Wildest Dreams
02 - The Voice
03 - Gemini Dream
04 - The Story In Your Eyes
05 - Tuesday Afternoon
06 - Isn't Life Strange
07 - Nights In White Satin
08 - I Know You're Out There Somewhere
09 - The Other Side Of Life
10 - Ride My See-Saw
11 - I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)
12 - Question

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Sérgio Santos Mendes is a Brazilian musician. He has released over thirty-five albums, and plays bossa nova heavily crossed with jazz and funk. Mendes is married to Gracinha Leporace who regularly performs vocals for her husband and can also be heard on his 2006 version of the Jorge Ben Jor song "Mas Que Nada" with Black Eyed Peas. The original lineup of Brasil '66 was Mendes (piano), vocalists Lani Hall and Janis Hansen (singer), Bob Matthews (bass), José Soares (percussion) and João Palma (drums). John Pisano guested as guitarist. This line-up recorded three albums between 1966-1968 (including the best-selling Look Around LP), before there was a major personnel change for their fourth album Fool on the Hill. Karen Philipp replaced Hansen as the second female vocalist, while veteran drummer Dom Um Romão teamed with Rubens Bassini to assume percussionist duties.Claudio Slon was to join the group as drummer in 1969, and played with Mendes for nearly a decade. Sebastiao Neto was the new bassist and Oscar Castro-Neves the guitarist. This line up had a more orchestrated and big band sound than their predecessors. Most significantly, in the early 1970s, lead singer Hall pursued a solo career and became Alpert's second wife. Some accounts claim that Mendes was upset with Alpert for years for "stealing" Hall away from his group. Though his early singles with Brasil '66 (most notably "Mas Que Nada") met with some success, Mendes really burst into mainstream prominence when he performed the Oscar-nominated Burt Bacharach and Hal David song "The Look of Love" on the Academy Awards telecast in April 1968. Brasil '66's version of the song quickly shot into the top 10, peaking at #4 and eclipsing Dusty Springfield's version from the soundtrack of the movie, Casino Royale. Mendes spent the rest of 1968 enjoying consecutive top 10 and top 20 hits with his follow-up singles, "The Fool on the Hill" and "Scarborough Fair." From 1968 on, Mendes was arguably the biggest Brazilian star in the world, enjoying immense popularity worldwide and performing in venues as varied as stadium arenas and the White House, where he gave concerts for both Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon. The Brasil '66 group appeared at the World Expo in Osaka, Japan in June 1970.

Disc 1

01  - Wichita Lineman
02  - Norwegian Wood
03  - Look Who's Mine
04  - Masquerade
05  - Prety World
06  - Dois Dias
07  - You Stepped Out Of A Dream
08  - Crystal Illusions (Memorias De Marta Sare)

Disc 2

01  - (Sittin' On)The Dock Of The Bay
02  - Viola Enluarda
03  - Song Of No Regrets
04  - Salt Sea
05  - Empty Faces
06  - Ye-Me-Le
07  - Easy To Be Hard
08  - Where Are You Coming From
09  - Sometime Ago
10  - What The World Needs Now

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