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Left Banke TooBeloved 1968 Lost Classic Available Again After More Than 40 Years!
Sourced from the Original Stereo Master Tapes
The Left Banke was one of the most distinctive pop bands of the 60s, renowned for the unique baroque rock that allowed them to stand out during that heady musical era. While the bands 1967 debut album, and its signature hits Walk Away RenÉe and Pretty Ballerina have long been acknowledged as classics, the bands 1968 sophomore effort The Left Banke Too has maintained a persistent under-the-radar mystique, beloved by a loyal cadre of followers yet little-known by the general public.
The Left Banke Too emerged from a turbulent period of the bands brief but eventful history. Despite the success of their 1967 debut album Walk Away RenÉe/Pretty Ballerina, the Left Bankes lineup splintered soon after its release, with keyboardist and main songwriter Michael Brown exiting the group. His former bandmates Steve Martin, Tom Finn and George Cameron regrouped and rose to the occasion for The Left Banke Too, crafting a musically inventive, emotionally evocative set thats every bit as magnificent as its predecessor.
The trios exquisite vocal interplay and adventurous songwriting are prominent on such intoxicating tracks as Theres Gonna Be a Storm, Goodbye Holly, Dark Is the Bark and the Brown-penned Desiree, which is widely regarded as one of the groups greatest studio achievements. Several of The Left Banke Toos tracks also feature backing vocals by a young Steven Tyler, several years before he achieved stardom with Aerosmith.
This lost classic is once again available on 180 gram vinyl LP and has been sourced from the original stereo master tapes.1. Goodbye Holly
2. Theres Gonna Be a Storm
3. Sing Little Bird Sing
4. Nice to See You
5. Give the Man a Hand
6. Bryant Hotel
7. Desiree* (mono)
8. Dark is the Bark
9. In the Morning Light
10. My Friend Today$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Buddy Holly CollectedImport
Buddy Holly was one of the greatest, most inventive artists in the first wave of Rock & Roll, which The Buddy Holly Collection certainly illustrates. The selection shows his wild-man Rockabilly ways as well as his sensitive songwriting.
Although his success lasted only a year and a half before his death in an airplane crash, Holly is described by critic Bruce Eder as the single most influential creative force in early rock and roll. The Buddy Holly Collection stands as the most comprehensive and greatest retrospective of the legendary artist.
Though it contains all the big hits, this is not the place to turn if you're only looking for That'll Be the Day, Not Fade Away, and Peggy Sue. This collection encompasses much more, delving deeper into Holly's body of work. An absolutely necessity for anybody who loves American music of the 20th century.
His works and innovations inspired and influenced contemporary and later musicians, notably the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Elvis Costello, and exerted a profound influence on popular music.LP1
1. Peggy Sue
2. That'll Be The Day
5. Rave On
6. Oh Boy!
7. Peggy Sue Got Married
8. Words Of Love
9. Crying, Waiting, Hoping
10. It's So Easy
11. Not Fade Away
12. It's Too Late
14. Last Night
15. True Love Ways
16. It Doesn't Matter Anymore
17. You're So Square (Baby, I Don't Care)
19. Brown Eyed Handsome Man
1. Blue Suede Shoes
2. Bo Diddley
3. Raining In My Heart
4. Modern Don Juan
5. Ready Teddy
6. Rock Around With Ollie Vee
7. Down The Line
8. Because I Love You
9. Early In The Morning
10. Love Is Strange
11. It's Not My Fault
12. Shake Rattle And Roll
13. Valley Of Tears
14. Holly Hop
17. Well...all Right
18. Honky Tonk
19. Look At Me
1. That's My Desire
2. An Empty Cup (And A Broken Date)
3. Rock Me My Baby
4. Baby Won't You Come Out Tonight
5. Love's Made A Fool Of You
6. Queen Of The Ballroom
7. Come Back Baby
8. Have You Ever Been Lonely
9. Girl On My Mind
10. Love Me
11. Midnight Shift
12. Send Me Some Lovin'
13. Dearest (Ummm, Oh Yeah)
14. What To Do
15. Maybe Baby
16. Slippin' And Slidin'
17. Fool's Paradise
18. Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie
19. That Makes It Tough$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The Chirping Crickets (200 Gram Vinyl)Ranked 420/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
Country, Rockabilly And R&B Fused Into Epochal Rock 'n' Roll
Remastered By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio From The Original Analog Master Tapes
Plating And 200-Gram Vinyl Pressing By Quality Record Pressings
Old-style Tip-on Gatefold Jacket From Stoughton Printing
One of rock's greatest albums, this is the debut album by the Crickets and the only one featuring Buddy Holly released during his lifetime. The Chirping Crickets contains the group's number one single That'll Be the Day and its Top Ten hit Oh, Boy!. Other Crickets classics include Not Fade Away, Maybe Baby, and I'm Looking for Someone to Love.
These are among the best rock 'n' roll songs of the 1950s or ever, making this one of the most significant album debuts in rock 'n' roll history - ranking with Elvis Presley and Meet the Beatles, writes AllMusic.
What has Analogue Productions done to kick this classic album up a notch? For starters, our version features stellar remastering by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. Followed by state-of-the-art plating and pressing on 200-gram heavyweight vinyl at Quality Record Pressings, maker of the world's finest-sounding LPs. Stoughton Printing provides a sturdy old-style tip-on jacket to round out the package.
Born Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, Holly was nicknamed Buddy by his mother. She felt that his given name was too big for her little boy. Holly, the altered form of his last name, would later result from a misspelling in his first recording contract. Holly learned to play piano and fiddle at an early age, while his older brothers taught him the basics of guitar.
In early 1956, Holly and his band began recording demos and singles in Nashville under the name Buddy Holly and the Three Tunes, but the group's lineup was later revised and dubbed The Crickets. Holly wrote and recorded his breakthrough hit, That'll Be the Day, with The Crickets in 1957. The song's title and refrain are a reference to a line uttered by John Wayne in the 1956 film The Searchers. Between August 1957 and August 1958, Holly and the Crickets charted seven different Top 40 singles.
Composer and singer John Fogerty, of Creedence Clearwater Revival fame, inducted Buddy Holly into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame at the 1986 Hall of Fame induction ceremony. What Buddy Holly meant to him, Fogerty said, was destiny calling. Fogerty, 12, bought That'll Be The Day and soon began dreaming of forming his own combo, like the group of musicians - The Crickets - he saw on the album cover. And in Liverpool, England, the same thing was going on with four other guys. They named their group The Beatles, because Buddy Holly's group was called The Crickets.
We are, each of us, made up of the people we love and the people we admire, Fogerty, said. We take those reflections, and hopefully, grow.
Holly's talented life was cut short in a plane crash on Feb. 3, 1959, that also claimed the lives of Ritchie Valens and J.P. The Big Bopper Richardson. This album is a tribute to what was, and what might have been a lengthy pioneering musical career.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Oh, Boy!
2. Not Fade Away
3. You've Got Love
4. Maybe Baby
5. It's Too Late
6. Tell Me How
7. That'll Be The Day
8. I'm Looking For Someone To Love
9. An Empty Cup (And A Broken Date)
10. Send Me Some Lovin'
11. Last Night
12. Rock Me My Baby$34.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Greatest Hits (Red Vinyl) (Out Of Stock)Red Colored Vinyl
Linda Ronstadt's appeal crossed so many genre lines it's impossible to categorize her as anything other than a gifted vocalist. She enjoyed success on country and rock charts alike with a voice that capably handled the requirements of both styles. There was a commanding roughness to her you-did-me-wrong classic, You're No Good, that mixed both soul and R&B stylings into her vocals. In a similar vein, she handled the Motown standard, Heat Wave, like a pro, this time giving it the slightest hint of a country twang. She even rose to the occasion of covering Buddy Holly's That'll Be the Day. Rondstadt had some of her best moments with material that had a more emotional element, regardless of genre. Love Is a Rose and Tracks of My Tears are good examples of the disparate styles she could navigate with equal aplomb. Greatest Hits doesn't chronicle Rondstadt's hits past the mid-1970s, but is still worth owning, not only for the songs themselves, but as a point of reference in her career. --Steve Gdula1. You're No Good
2. Silver Threads And Golden Needles
4. Love Is A Rose
5. That'll Be The Day
6. Long, Long Time
7. Different Drum
8. When Will I Be Loved
9. Love Has No Pride
10. Heat Wave
11. It Doesn't Matter Anymore
12. Tracks Of My Tears$24.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock