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    Happy Ending Pod Show
    Episode 192 Blue Moon

    Happy Ending Pod Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 112:02


    While drinking many beers we unearth a piece of a space shuttle.

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    "CAPTAIN BILLY'S MAGIC 8 BALL" -THE MILLS BROTHERS- "JOY GENERATORS" FEATURING THE ALBUM "GREATEST HITS " BY THE MILLS BROTHERS IN HIGH DEFINITION WITH THE CAPTAIN'S NARRATIVE -EPISODE # 75 -THE CAPTAIN EXPLORES HIS COV

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    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 33:53


    JOY GENERATORSI first heard The Mills Brothers on a compilation disc in the 70's with their rendition of F.D.R. Jones (a song with a complicated history). But, what struck me right off the bat was the fanfare of mouth trumpets, the infectious swinging groove, the unadulterated joy that gushed forth, and the perfectly in synch sibling harmony.This was one of the most enduring acts in American History: 54 years, 2000 recordings selling 50 million copies; the first African-American group to have their own radio show and a #1 on the Billboard Chart: Paper Doll, which is, of course, included on this collection. The cart is manufactured by GRT, a division of Paramount, but The Mills Brothers recorded multiple versions of their hits, so most likely these more mellow and mature evocations are third or fourth generation renderings, packaged for a nostalgic 8 track community.I had no clue the extent to which the “fart sound” that I learned to make by humming through my lips could be employed to such symphonic magnificence. The music these gentlemen created without instruments was mind blowing, and they employed their signature ensemble of ersatz trumpet, trombone, and tuba generously throughout their careers.  Listen, and be swept into the joyous vortex. Spanning from early jazz, through Doo-Wop, and vocal Rock n Roll, The Mills Brothers embodied the entire spectrum of 20th century American popular music. Such titles as Lazy River, Glow Worm, Basin Street Blues are timeless, and when you hear them, you hear the past, present, and the future blend together as smoothly as their unparalleled genetic synchronization. They were the children of a barber who helmed his own actual barbershop quartet, so these gentlemen were born to harmonize, which they did better than anyone.Song titles: Paper Doll, Nevertheless, Till Then, Cielito Lindo, Basin Street Blues, Rockin' Chair, You Always Hurt the One You Love, Across the Alley from the Alamo, I'll Be Around, Lazy River, Glow Worm, Be My Life's Companion.

    political and spiritual
    AIRIK EL: CLASSICS DOO WOP AT THE MOUND TABLE

    political and spiritual

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 145:00


    11/7/2022 HARMONY- MUSIC- VIBRATION AT THE MOUND TABLE CLASSIC DOO WOP

    More Than A Muse
    A Pop Revival: Midnights, Takin' It Back & The Loneliest Time

    More Than A Muse

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 58:29


    On October 21st the world was graced by THREE killer pop albums from three pop icons. Taylor Swift released her 10th studio album 'Midnights' breaking around 15 records within only a week of release. Meghan Trainor is topping TikTok with her 5th studio album 'Takin' it Back' and Carly Rae Jepsen isn't far behind with her 6th studio album 'The Loneliest Time.'We talk about the TikTok relevancy of Meghan Trainor and the blueprint she's setting for pop artists' album releases, the "embracing the cheesy moments" that Carly Rae Jepsen is adapting into her tours and music, and our thoughts on both of their most recent album releases. Then we dive into ALL things 'Midnights' discussing our favorite songs, why we think it's so good, some of the controversy, her history of petty pop, how it ranks with our favorites, and what's next for Miss Swift. Episodes Like This One: Is it unbearable to be a female pop star?, Taylor Swift Part One, Taylor Swift Part Two, Men we hate in Art and Music, Yes, A Whole Episode for SourFollow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast

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    First Taste of Love by Ben E. King

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


    Label: Atco 6185Year: 1961Condition: MPrice: $40.00From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy with a drillhole, in its original Atco records factory sleeve. I'm assuming that everyone out there knows the unbelievably classic "Spanish Harlem," either in its first version by Ben E. King or by the amazing version Aretha Franklin recorded a decade later. But I suspect that not many have had the pleasure of this single's B side, so I'm sticking a snippet of it in the jukebox for you. "First Taste of Love" is more uptempo than "Spanish Harlem," features surprising, doo-wop-style backup vocals, and was cowritten by none other than Phil Spector. (That B side, by the way, is a non-album tune.) This perhspas the nicest copy of this classic single I've had to offer since opening the store in 2001! Note: Aside from the drillhole (see scan), this beautiful copy is pristine Mint, including gorgeous Mint sound. (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

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    I Fell In Love by Carlene Carter

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022


    Label: Reprise 19915Year: 1990Condition: M-Price: $8.00Terrific rocker from a member of the Carter family, daughter of June Carter. Check out the mp3 "snippet" of it! Note: This beautiful, Near Mint copy comes in a vintage Reprise Records factory sleeve. It has pristine Mint sound.

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    Since I Met You Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022


    Label: Atlantic Oldies 13042Year: 1956Condition: M-Price: $10.00Originally released on Atlantic 1111. Finally found a copy of the relatively rare Atlantic Oldies reissue of this classic RnB ballad, which Dave Marsh rightly included in his list of the 1,001 greatest singles of all time.

    Why? The Podcast
    Why? Episode 217- Sha Na Na's Scott Simon

    Why? The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 31:38


    Sha Na Na have been everywhere- from the stage of Woodstock to the gym at Rydell High. We talked with Scott Simon, a long-time member of the group, who also wrote one of the most popular songs from the movie Grease, Sandy.For more information, you can follow Sha Na Na on Facebook, or you can get  information, merch and so much more on their website.Do You Wanna Start A CultA weekly comedy podcast hosted by Gus Holland and Christian McLain.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

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    On the Road Again by Canned Heat

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


    Label: Liberty 56038Year: 1968Condition: MPrice: $24.00From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy with a drillhole, in its original factory sleeve. Here's a beautiful copy of this classic blues rocker, built on a riff made famous in 1949 by bluesman John Lee Hooker. This single is an edited version of the 5:01 album cut. Note: This rare vinyl pressing has untouched-looking vinyl and amazing, pristine Mint audio. (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

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    Everybody's Next One by Steppenwolf

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


    Label: Dunhill/ABC 4138Year: 1968Condition: MPrice: $45.00From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy, in its original Dunhill factory sleeve. Besides the classic A side, this single is doubly wonderful because of the great garage-rock nugget hiding on the B side. The A side is a specially edited version of a 3:28 album track. Collector Nerd Alert: Most pressings of this release are on Dunhill/ABC; however, at the beginning of the single's run a few copies were released on Dunhill... those command slightly higher prices. Note: This beautiful copy has no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio). The astounding audio from this 45 shines through pristine Mint... a real treat! (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

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    Cotton Fields by Highwaymen

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


    Label: U.A. 370Year: 1961Condition: M-Price: $16.00One of my all-time favorite folk numbers, this song has been recorded many times over the years — including at least two off the top of my head, by the Beach Boys and by CCR. This is one of the nicest stock copies I've yet had in the store since opening in 2001! Note: This beautiful copy comes in a vintage United Artists Records factory sleeve. The labels grade very close to Mint, and the audio sounds almost flawless! The vinyl (styrene) also grades Near Mint with just a little scuffing.

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    Love Don't You Go Through No Changes On Me by Sister Sledge

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022


    Label: Atco 7008Year: 1974Condition: MPrice: $23.00From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy with a drillhole, in its original factory sleeve. One listen to this little dancer gem, and you'll be in love (with the song)! Note: Aside from the drillhole, these copies are pristine Mint. The placement of the drillhole varies, as does the presence and amount of "bubbling" on the labels. The wax and audio are uniformly in Mint condition.

    Real Punk Radio Podcast Network
    Redox #321 – Raised In The City

    Real Punk Radio Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022


     Originally published 8/28/16Picking some favs tonight - from Punk, Doo Wop, New Wave and Frat Rock!Here's The Playlist:Favorite ThingDruglords Of The Avenues We'll Inherit The Earth...A Tribute To The ReplacementsKnow Your Product The Saints ...

    Here's What We Know
    William Lee Golden (the Oak Ridge Boys), AKA "Mountain Man"

    Here's What We Know

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:04


    Gary had the distinct honor of having William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys join him for an open conversation, and William was very frank.In this episode:What he did during the pandemicWho taught him to play the guitarWhy he had to leave the Oakridge BoysHis book Behind the BeardGrowing up on a cotton and peanut farmWhy they didn't sing any new songs during the pandemicWhat he thinks about his kids being in the music industryWhich song gives him chillsTaking a stand and being who you areThe insane number of sit-ups he still does at 83About William Lee Golden:He is one of the most recognized personalities in Country and Gospel music, having garnered the highest accolades as a member of the legendary group The Oak Ridge Boys. Now, the renowned “Mountain Man” is climbing to new heights in the world of fine art.Doo-wop, Pop, CountryFor the first time in a long time, William Lee Golden has a spring in his step. Coming out of a tumultuous period in his life, the iconic baritone vocalist has found the love of his life in his new bride, Simone. He's also comfortable with his place in the world as part of the Oak Ridge Boys, who are celebrating their 42nd Anniversary together in 2015, while Golden's celebrating his 50th anniversary since joining the iconic group.A farmer's son, Golden spent the early years of his life in rural south Alabama surrounded by music. As he grew up, he started singing at the age of seven and began performing regularly on his grandfather's weekly radio show along with his sister, Lanette. It was there that his love of harmony came alive, and by his teenage years, Golden grew to appreciate the Country, Gospel, Doo-Wop, and Pop quartets, and sure enough, it wasn't long before he was joining up with The Oak Ridge Boys.Nobody back home in Brewton, Alabama, could've imagined back then all that Golden would accomplish with The Oak Ridge Boys since joining the band in 1965. While on a break from the quarter, Golden released several solo recordings to considerable success.But for as much success he has had as a recording artist, Golden's no one-dimensional act. He's found considerable success with his paintings, and he's finding even more success with a new visual medium, photography, where he often focuses on landscape portraits and scenes. Many of his favorite shots can be found on Golden's official Facebook page.Family has long held a special meaning to Golden. In addition to his newly found love with his wife, Simone, Golden has four sons in Rusty, Chris, Craig, and Solomon. Golden also has six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Along with his marriage to Simone, he also welcomes his step-daughter Megan, her husband Newton, along with the addition of another grandchild to the fold.Lifetime AchievementsWith over forty million records sold, The Oaks have had more than a dozen Number One singles and over thirty Top Ten hits. Their numerous Gold and Platinum recordings include “Thank God For Kids,” “Ozark Mountain Jubilee,” and the crowd favorite “Elvira.” The Oaks have received five Grammy Awards, one American Music Award, four Country Music Awards (CMA), four Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM), the 2008 ACM Pioneer Award, ten Dove Awards, the 2010 President's Honor, induction into The Grand Ole Opry in 2011 as well as the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. In 2015 they were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The legendary group has received an abundant amount of other national and international acknowledgments.https://www.williamleegolden.com/

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    Show Biz Kids by Steely Dan

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022


    Label: ABC 11382Year: 1973Condition: MLast Price: $15.00. Not currently available for sale.From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy. One of the best early Steely Dan numbers, this is a great 3:59 edit from the 5:21 LP cut.

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    Switchin' To Glide by Kings

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022


    Label: Elektra 47052Year: 1980Condition: MPrice: $10.00The A side was first released with a different B side, but about 13 weeks into the song's run on Billboard, the company released this update with the great "The Beat Is On" on the B side. Both sides charterd for another 10 weeks. Note: This copy comes in a vintage Elektra/Asylum Records factory sleeve. It has no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio).

    Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
    Episode 2307: Trade Martin ~ Renown Producer, Songwriter, Vocalist, From Doo Wop, Vanilla Fudge, Patti Labelle, B.B. King, to Kanye & Still Evolving! Pt.1

    Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 43:09


    Trade Martin is an American musician, songwriter and producer.Grammy award-winning multi-instrumentalist, Trade Martin, possesses one of the most gifted musical minds and voices in the entertainment spectrum.Trivia: Trade Martin's song "Take Me for  a Little While" is sampled on "Ghost Town" is a song by rapper Kanye WestBUT Trade has Worked with the Legends Like Levi Stubbs of the Four Tops Producer, Phil Spector, Been a Session Musician, of famous  Grammy® Award Winning songs, From the Brill Building to Iconic Commercials for Pepsi. Thru the Decades of Music a Mix of Genre's are happening & Trad was a part of the scene Trade Martin's career has covered so many eras of music — as a producer, arranger, songwriter, and even occasionally as a recording artist — that he's almost impossible to pin down as a musical figure. In the late '50s, in a partnership with Johnny Power, he began recording acts such as Johnny & the Jokers and released their work on the Harvard Records label before the two formed Rome Records in 1960. Rome only lasted until 1962, weighted down by its lack of reliable distribution, which prevented the company from succeeding despite signing such talent as the Earls (who went on to score their hits for Old Town Records), Del & the Escorts, and the Glens. Martin usually played all of the instrumental accompaniments for these groups, overdubbing the instruments one at a time. In 1963, following the demise of the Rome label, Martin left the partnership and recorded under his own name on Roulette and other labels through the end of the '60s, and even got an entire LP, Let Me Touch You, out on Buddah Records in 1972. His main activity and success, however, were rooted in his work as a producer, arranger, and songwriter, functions that he has performed over the years in idioms ranging from '60s girl group pop/rock, folk, and electric blues to '70s funk and '80s dance-pop. He has also worked with artists such as Eric Andersen, Ellie Greenwich, Lesley Gore, the Tokens, Ian and Sylvia, Rick Nelson, B.B. King, B.T. Express, Pam Russo, and Solomon Burke. What's more, his songs have been recorded by the likes of Dusty Springfield ("Take Me for a Little While"), Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles, B.B. King ("Peace to the World"), and Dave Edmunds ("Don't You Double Cross Me"). He has also written and produced a handful of film soundtracks.Martin wrote several film scores. Credits include Made for Each Other, Hail, Stormy Monday, The Inkwell, It's My Party, and West New York.[https://www.trademartinmusic.com© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!2022 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy:  https://tinyurl.com/BASAud

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show
    Rockin' Eddy Old Town Records Countdown Show 2-Oct-Sep-22: Rock & Roll, Doo-Wop R&B

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 56:56


    Old Town Records: Good guys countdown featuring Old Town Records, set up by the Weiss brothers and featuring hit makers such as the Solitaires, the Capris, the Fiestas and a whole lot more.

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    Promises by Eric Clapton

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    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022


    Label: RSO 1039Year: 1978Condition: MLast Price: $9.50. Not currently available for sale.From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy, in its original RSO factory sleeve. Credited to "Eric Clapton And His Band." Note: This beautiful 45 has a little "bubbling" on the labels, which separately grade Near Mint. The vinyl (styrene) looks untouched, and the audio sounds pristine! (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

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    Come Dancing by Kinks

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


    Label: Arista 9016Year: 1983Condition: M-Last Price: $12.00. Not currently available for sale.A well deserved hit from the early 1980's, this was the Kinks' last visit to the U.S. top 10. The A side is an edited version of the 4:34 album track, while the B side is a previously unreleased, non-album cut. Also released on Arista 1054. Note: This beautiful copy comes in a Near Mint picture sleeve. It has Mint labels and pristine audio.

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    Hungry for Love by San Remo Golden Strings

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


    Label: Ric-Tic 104Year: 1965Condition: M-Price: $15.00Fabulous Motown-style instrumental from the Ric-Tic house band. The flip side is a non-album track credited to 'Bob Wilson and the San Remo Quartet.' Note: This beautiful copy has pristine Mint sound.

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    Sweep Around Your Own Back Door by Lulu

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


    Label: Atco 6722Year: 1969Condition: M-Price: $15.00Here's another of Lulu's terrific Soul outings... the A side is a lovely ballad, and the flip is an irresistable southern-style funky soul track. Both sides were recorded at Muscle Shoals studios. Note: This beautiful copy has a drillhole and comes in a vintage Atco Records factory sleeve. The labels are Near Mint. The vinyl and audio grade pristine Mint. (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

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    My Girl by Temptations

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


    Label: Gordy 7038Year: 1965Condition: M-Price: $140.00Here's a beautiful copy of this classic 1965 Soul ballad, which sits at #27 on Dave Marsh's list of the 1,001 greatest singles of Rock'n'Soul, and at #88 on the Rolling Stone Top 500 list. This a first-issue copy with the script-style Gordy label design. It comes in a gorgeous copy of the release's rare picture sleeve, featuring a great group photo (see scan). And the audio is so good (nearly perfect!) I had to make an mp3 "snippet" for you to hear... Enjoy! Note: This 45 record has nearly pristine labels, and the vinyl looks almost untouched. As noted, the audio is something special... very close to Mint. The cool picture sleeve is a reference copy... no notable flaws!

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    Shop Around by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


    Label: Tamla 54034Year: 1960Condition: MPrice: $75.00Now here's a real rarity, and a mighty strange one at that. When "Shop Around" was first released on Tamla 54034 in 1960, it had a different take of the song, which Motown quickly pulled from the market. Though this take has pretty much the same arrangement, it has a totally different Smokey Robinson vocal and totally different production approach. Unlike the hit version, this one is not awash in echo and the dynamics are richer. In addition, the electric guitar part shines through clearly at various places, especially the end of the second chorus. (Take a listen to the jukebox snippet.) Copies with this take are identified with the number H55518A-2 on the trailoff wax. What makes this copy strange is that it's a third pressing of "Shop Around," from around 1967. If Motown pulled the take quickly in 1960, why were they doing second and third pressings of it later on? (Yes, there was also a second pressing, with the Globes logo label.) In any case, it's unlikely that you've heard this version before, since it isn't found on reissues or compilation albums of the Miracles catalog. Certainly, I hadn't heard it until today. :-) Note: The label credits the group as "The Miracles Featuring Bill 'Smokey' Robinson." This copy comes in a vintage Tamla Records factory sleeve. It has no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio).

    Juan Ep Is Life
    DJ Doo Wop Part 1

    Juan Ep Is Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 60:39 Very Popular


    This week Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg talk to the legendary DJ Doo Wop. They discussed his origins in Hip Hop, becoming a DJ, his beef with Kid Capri, becoming popular, 95 Live, Cipha's favorite Doo Wop tape, and so much more. Plus Part 2 on Patreon.New Episode on Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/juanepislifeFollow the showhttps://www.instagram.com/juanepislife/?hl=enFollow Cipha Soundshttps://www.instagram.com/ciphasounds/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/ciphasounds?lang=enFollow Rosenberghttps://instagram.com/rosenbergradiohttps://twitter.com/RosenbergradioAll things Juan EP is Life is sponsored by Monster Energy. @MonsterEnergy @MonsterMusicFollow Billy Junehttps://instagram.com/billyjune88https://twitter.com/billyjune88 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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    Before The Next Teardrop Falls by Freddy Fender

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


    Label: Goldies 45 2760Year: 1975Condition: MPrice: $9.00Originally released on ABC-Dot 17540. This is a beautiful copy of the ABC's Goldies 45 reissue, which is blessed with stone Mint audio... the best I've ever heard on either an original or reissue. Definitely cause for celebration, since this is even better than the beautiful original pressing I had for sale recently. Hence, a new mp3 "snippet" in our jukebox and a new recording for my iTunes library! By the way, this single has an excellent B side as well... definitely worth making part of your Freddy Fender collection. For a lengthy but impassioned explanation why I think so highly of this song and its place in Rock/Soul/Country music history, check out the entry for that original 45 I mentioned. Note: This beautiful copy comes in a vintage Goldies 45 Records factory sleeve. It has pristine Mint vinyl (styrene) and audio.

    Deeper Roots Radio Podcast
    Episode 135: Doo Wop's Golden Age

    Deeper Roots Radio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 116:11


     In the early 1950s, trade magazines were bemoaning the overabundance of vocal groups making it difficult for single artists to break through. It was just the beginning of a wave of adolescent boys finding that street corner singers were attracting the neighborhood girls. Well, that's the story anyway. But it might not have been too far off the mark as the mid-to-late 1950s saw the charts exploding with groups with vocal prowess in both instrumental imitation and harmonies with inglorious sound effects. It would become an cultural art form born in the tradition of some of the vocal groups of the 30s and 40s. This week on Deeper Roots we'll revisit doo wop's golden age where the harmonies were tight and sweet and the ballads were recycled gems of the past or low-brow teen crooning of the present. Join us on Sonoma County Community Radio for some of the best examples of Doo Wop's Golden Age. 

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    We Got To Hit It Off by Millie Jackson

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


    Label: Spring 3002Year: 1979Condition: M-Price: $20.00It's great to hear this self-proclaimed "liberated woman" assert her right to approve of any man she "gets it on" with. "I don't let my body rule my mind" is a good philosophy for many occasions and for both genders. :-) Plus the tune's got a rhythm that just won't quit... check out the mp3 "snippet" I had to rush-release for you to hear. Note: This beautiful copy comes in a vintage Spring Records factory sleeve. It grades very close to Mint in appearance (Labels, Vinyl) and has pristine Mint sound (unlike the snippet). (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

    Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
    Episode 2301: Larry Chance ~ Talks Remember Then & Celebrating NEW Concerts & Music "From The Heart"

    Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 28:57


    PBS, ABCI LOVE History of Vocals n Music, Rock & Roll/Soul & Today I Get to go Back BEFORE my Time on Earth in the Rock & Soul Chart Dial to an AWESOME vocalist in the Music Era. And with New Music From The Heart & a Single "After You". Larry also as a  New Jazz Album & a Single with Billy Vera.. And He's Got More Music, Concerts & TV Appearances Too.Larry Chance was the driving force behind the group's formation and success. Chance grew up in Philadelphia and attended high school with Chubby Checker, Frankie Avalon, and Danny Rapp of Danny & the Juniors. But it was not until 1957 that he moved with his parents to the Bronx after high school, that his musical career took off.Chance formed a group at the Tecumsa Social Club, known as the Hi-Hatters. The group was Chance, Bob Del Din, Eddie Harder, Larry Palombo and John Wray. Later, in 1961, the Earls lost their original member Larry Palombo in an army skydiving accident. In 1961, Rome released the Earls' first record – "Life is But a Dream" (Rome 101 – 1961)[2] b/w "It's You" (and in the late 1970s released with "Whoever You Are" as the B-side). The group then performed with Murray the K and on Dick Clark's American Bandstand show. They released another record that year, "Looking For My Baby" (Rome 102) b/w "Cross My Heart".In 1962, the group hooked up with Stan Vincent and recorded "Remember Then" for Old Town Records (Old Town 1130) b/w "Let's Waddle".[2] It was a hit, peaking at #24 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1963. Chance co-wrote the group's next single "Never" b/w "I Keep A-Tellin You" (Old Town 1133–1963). The group scored another hit in 1963 on Old Town with "Eyes" b/w "Look My Way" (Old Town 1141). Later, a demo "I Believe" was released (Old Town 1149–1963) b/w "Don't Forget".[2] "I Believe" became a much bigger record from the 1970s onward as it received heavy airplay on NYC oldies radio.Chance later had a brief solo career, recording "Let Them Talk". He returned to the Earls who, at that time, had two new members – Bob Moricco and Ronnie Calabrese. The group started playing their own instruments and, in 1967, recorded "If I Could Do It Over" b/w "Papa" (Mr. G 801 – 1967), and a track for ABC Records, "Its Been a Long Time Coming" b/w "In My Lonely Room" (ABC 11109–1967).The group continued performing into the 1970s and, in 1977, they released a disco version of The Velvets' "Tonight (Could Be the Night)." By 1983, the group's personnel were Chance, Ronnie Calabrese, Colon Rello, Bobby Tribuzio and Tony Obert, and they recorded Larry Chance and the Earls – Today.From 1989-1993, the group consisted of: Larry Chance, Bobby Tribuzzio, Bob Coleman, Art Loria (formerly of The Belmonts) and T.J. Barbella. This roster continued a busy performance schedule and studio works. In 1989, they were on Broadway performing in the original production of A Bronx Tale, a one man play by Chazz Palminteri. They recorded the theme song of the production "Streets of the Bronx", which was slated to appear on the soundtrack of the motion picture A Bronx Tale, however a different version of the song was eventually chosen. Two albums were released: Larry Chance and the Earls (Live!) and Earl Change. Another single released in 1989 was "Elvis:He's Alive", which was warmly received by critics and received a BMI Award of Recognition of a Musical Work. They were nominated as "Best Musical Act" in Atlantic City for their eight week run at The Claridge Hotel, starring with Sal Richards.LarryChanceandtheEarls.com© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!2022 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy:  https://tinyurl.com/BASAud

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    You Baby by Turtles

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022


    Label: White Whale 227Year: 1966Condition: MLast Price: $25.00. Not currently available for sale.There aren't too many perfect pop confections that make me smile like this one! With audio this great, it's got to be in our online "jukebox" of mp3 snippets. This early Turtles single isn't as well known as some of their later ones, but after you hear the snippet, I'm sure you'll agree it's one of their very best. This is a copy of the first pressing, on the dark blue White Whale label; second pressings are on the light blue label. Note: This 45 record comes in a White Whale Records factory sleeve. It has Mint labels and pristine Mint sound.

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    Mr. Tambourine Man by Byrds

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022


    Label: Columbia 43271Year: 1965Condition: MLast Price: $25.00. Not currently available for sale.Beautiful copy of an essential 1960's classic — one of the nicest I've yet had to offer on the site. The audio will blow you away — brilliant and pristine! I finally made a snippet, since I just don't hear that gorgeous guitar opener often enough: Once a day will definitely keep my music doctor away. :-) Note: This 45 record comes in a vintage Columbia Records factory sleeve.

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show
    Rockin' Eddy Dot Records Countdown Show 18-Sep-22: Rock & Roll, Doo-Wop, R&B

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 71:41


    Dot Records: A Good Guys Countdown show featuring the Dot Records label. Remember Pat Boone, Robin Luke, Arthur Alexander.

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    Baby Workout by Jackie Wilson

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022


    Label: Brunswick 55239Year: 1963Condition: M-Price: $25.00Here's a beautiful copy of this essential early Soul classic, which Dave Marsh pegs at #758 in his Top 1,001 Singles list. The B side, by the way, is a non-album cut. Note: This 45 comes in a vintage Brunswick Records factory sleeve. It grades very close to Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio).

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    Rock Of Ages by Def Leppard

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


    Label: Mercury 812604Year: 1983Condition: M-Price: $12.00Now, if you were a hard rock band who wanted to leave behind a rock'n'roll anthem that would be remembered 20 years later, you couldn't do much better than "Rock of Ages." There are many rock anthems out there by now, but here's one that's not going to be forgotten. This was the group's second U.S. chart single and is still very fresh material. By the way, the flip also got some airplay on the FM "album rock" outlets. Note: This copy has pristine Mint audio. The labels have light storage wear. (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) by Greg Kihn Band

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


    Label: Beserkley 47149Year: 1981Condition: MPrice: $14.00Here's a beautiful copy of one of the truly great moments in American power pop, in its original picture sleeve. Note: This beautiful 45 record has no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio), and the picture sleeve is Near Mint with a touch of top-edge wear.

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    See Me, Feel Me/ Overture From Tommy by Who

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


    Label: MCA 60106Year: 1970Condition: MPrice: $8.00Originally released on Decca 32729. This is the out-of-print mid-1970's repressing on MCA. I'm putting a snippet of both tracks into the jukebox, partly in honor of the band's recent recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, accepted by the two surviving members, Roger Daltry and Pete Townshend. The A side snippet shines with a rock'n'roll majesty that just isn't heard today, and the snippet from the Tommy Overture clearly demonstrates why Pete Townshend is put in the very top tier of rock guitarists. (This scan is a representative image from our archives.)

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show
    Rockin' Eddy Gee Records Countdown Show 11-Sep-22: Rock & Roll, Doo-Wop, R&B

    Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 55:33


    Gee Records: A Good Guys Countdown show featuring the Gee Records label from New York City. Lots of Doo-Wop and R&B founded by George Goldner with the $100 Handshake.

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    Teach Your Children by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022


    Label: Atlantic 2735Year: 1970Condition: M-Price: $14.00This is a beautiful copy of one of my greatest personal favorite 45s ... Both because of the timeless A side, and the iconic folk-rock on the flip. Note: This copy comes with a vintage Atlantic Records sleeve. Vinyl pressing.

    Classic 45's Jukebox
    Diamond Head by Ventures

    Classic 45's Jukebox

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022


    Label: Dolton 303Year: 1965Condition: M-Last Price: $40.00. Not currently available for sale.This Surf instrumental really grabbed me, so I grabbed a snippet of it for the Classic 45s Jukebox! Check it out, especially if you're a fan of the genre. Note: This beautiful copy comes in a vintage Dolton Records factory sleeve. The Near Mint labels have some "bubbling," but the vinyl looks untouched, and the audio sounds pristine Mint!

    The Mixtape Treasury
    Rap Is Outta Control (DJ Eclipse & DJ Riz) 4 Sep 22

    The Mixtape Treasury

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 121:31


    Sol Messiah feat. Evidence “Limitless” (prod. & cuts by Sol Messiah) Reahad Sadiq feat. Dean Marten “Mob Is Back” (prod. by DILLYGOTITBUMPIN) Agallah feat. Yatzee Yates “The Persona” (prod. by D.R.U.G.S. Beats) Supreme Cerebral “Project Stories” (prod. by Yoga Flame Kane) Kool G Rap feat. Big Daddy Kane “Fly Till I Die” (prod. by Domingo, cuts by DJ RBI) Stan Ipcus “Grizzly” (prod. by Stan Ipcus) Diamond D “Smoke Sumthin” (prod. by D.R.U.G.S. Beats) SCATTA R.Pee “Gimme Di Mic” (prod. by Ace Wit Da Heat) Planet Asia feat. Kurious “Clap Ya Hands” (prod. by Ro Data) The Bad Seed “Four Finger Ring” (prod. by Murda Megz) Bad Lungz “Razor's Edge” (prod. by Yoga Flame Kane & A1 Beatz) Chayna Ashley “Non-Issue” (prod. by IM'PERETIV) Jester Jacobs x Jack Danz “Hit” (prod. by Jack Danz) Agallah feat. Big Brother Biz “Rush” (prod. by Agallah) MenaceTheDJ “The Professional” (prod. & cuts by MenaceTheDJ) Tragedy Khadafi & BP “Tragedy to Triumph” (prod. by BP) Lil Dee “King” (prod. by Chu) Crimeapple x Sadat X “Crimeapple & Dot” (prod. by Roc Marciano) Ty Farris x Sebb Bash “Mental Tats” (prod. by Sebb Bash) Roc Marciano & The Alchemist feat. Knowledge The Pirate “Zip Guns” (prod. by Alchemist) Thrax TheUpMost feat. Kay Prophet “40-2-3rd 3rd-2-40” (prod. by 2oona beatz) ILL BILL feat. Nems “Smarten Up” (prod. by Little Vic) Alejandrito Argeñal feat. Tha God Fahim “Tirade” (prod. by Alejandrito Argeñal) Termanology feat. UFO Fev “Take Me To The Plug” (prod. & cuts by Statik Selektah) David Bars “I'm Leaving” (prod. by Parks) DJ Lord Jazz feat. Young Zee & Pacewon “They Dont Want Money” (prod. & cuts by DJ Lord Jazz) MC Serch feat. Bobby J From Rockaway “Round Here” (prod. by Krohme) Solomon Childs “Touch My Skill” (prod. & cuts by Tone Spliff) Cappadonna x Stu Bangas feat. Sick Jacken “Everything Is Measured” (prod. by Stu Bangas) Mickey Diamond & Machacha feat. Willie The Kid “Yellow Jackets” (prod. by Machacha, cuts by DJ Rill) Team Demo feat. Doo Wop and Kurious “Strictly For My People” (prod. by Team Demo, cuts by DJ Dialtone) Artifacts “Facts” (prod. by Buckwild, cuts by DJ Eclipse) Treach feat. Sadat X & KRS-One “Free Paper Burn” (prod. by Jay Wex) P.U.R.E. “Yall in Trouble (Y.I.T)” Stylistic Murder feat. AZ, O.C. & KRS-ONE “Represent The Real” (prod. by Stylistic Murder & Wax100, cuts by DJ Flip)

    KooperKast
    Black 'n' White 'n' Rock 'n' Roll - One

    KooperKast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 10:07


    This is the first of a series of rambling conversations about race and music that we're calling Black 'n' White 'n' Rock 'n' Roll. We start with DooWop, pioneered by Black groups and then emulated by many Italian groups.

    KooperKast
    Black 'n' White 'n' Rock 'n' Roll - Seven

    KooperKast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 8:07


    In this seventh episode of Black 'n' White 'n' Rock 'n' Roll we start back at the DooWop days and wander up through the Tokens, Al's 1650 Broadway days and then wind up at Motown.