Saccharine Trust-Pagan IconsDisc 11 I Have ...2 Community Lie3 Effort To Waste4 Mad At The Co.5 I Am Right6 We Dont Need Freedom7 Success And Failure8 A Human Certainty
Hendrix,Jimi-Rainbow BridgeDisc 11 Dolly Dagger2 Earth Blues3 Pali Gap4 Room Full of Mirrors5 Star Spangled Banner - Record Plant, New York, NY, March 18, 19696 Look Over Yonder7 Hear My Train a Comin - Live at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA8 He
Kommt auf schwarzem Vinyl. Das Nashville Power Trio Goodbye June befindet sich auf den Spuren von Blackberry Smoke, Rival Sons und Those Damn Crows. Die drei Cousins (Landon Milbourn [Gesang], Brandon Qualkenbush [Rhythmusgitarre, Hintergrundgesang] und Tyler Baker [Leadgitarre]) verschmelzen Hardrock-Licks mit tiefem South-Blues und Gospel-Swing und sind dabei zeitlos und eingängig. Die Band wurde nach dem Tod von Tylers Bruder gegründet (daher der Bandname) und schwor, sein Andenken mit ihrem ihrem lebensbejahenden, souligen Sound zu ehren.
In search of truth´´ sicherte 2001 der schwedischen Dark Melodic Metal-Band Evergrey den internationalen Durchbruch. Die brillante Fortsetzung ´´Recreation day´´ (2003) festigte schließlich ihren Fußabdruck in der Power / Prog-Metal-Community. Mit ´´The inner circle´´ (2004) konnte die Band ein weiteres starkes, atmosphärisches und natürlich gut aufgenommenes Album veröffentlichen. Das lyrische Konzept basiert auf den Themen Religion, Kulte und Kindesmisshandlung. ´´The inner circle´´ wurde durch die dichte und dunkle Atmosphäre, eingängigen Hooks und dem ausdrucksstarken Songwriting zum Markenzeichen der Band. Als Teil von Evergreys Re-Releasen wird nun auch ´´The inner circle´´ wiederveröffentlicht. Die Originalaufnahmen wurden von Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Pretty Maids, Amaranthe) sorgfältig remastert. Die Neuauflage kommt auf weißem Doppel-Vinyl und beinhaltet Bonustracks.´´
A coming-of-age memoir about a young boy in rural Arkansas who searches for himself and his distant father through soul music. Growing up in rural Arkansas, young Rashod Ollison turned to music to make sense of his life. The dysfunction, sadness, and steely resilience of his family and neighbors was reflected in the R&B songs that played on 45s in smoky rooms. Steeped in the sounds, the smells, and the salty language of rural Arkansas in the 1980s, Soul Serenade is the memoir of a pop music critic whose love for soul music was fostered by his father, Raymond. Drafted into the Vietnam War as a teenager, Raymond returned a changed man, ´´dead on the inside´´. After his parents´ volatile marriage ended in divorce, Rashod was haunted by the memory of his itinerant father and his mama´s long forgotten ´´sunshine smile´´. For six-year-old Rashod, his father´s record collection - the music of Aretha Franklin, Bobby Womack, Al Green, and others - provided solace, coherence, and escape. Moving nine times during his childhood, Rashod constantly adjusted to new schools and homes with his two sisters, Dusa and Reagan, and his mother, Dianne. Resilient and tough while also being distant and punitive, she worked multiple jobs, striving ´´to make ends wave at each other if they couldn´t meet´´. He spent time with his acerbic mother´s mother, Mama Teacake, and her family´s living-out-loud ways, which clashed with his father´s family - religious, discreet, and appropriate - where Rashod gravitated to Big Mama and Paw Paw, his father´s parents. Becoming aware of his same-sex attraction, Rashod felt further isolated and alone but was encouraged by mentors in the community who fostered his intelligence and talent. He became transformed through discovering the writing of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Nikki Giovanni, and other literary greats, and these books, along with the soulful sounds of the 1970s and ´80s, enabled him to thrive in spite 1. Language: English. Narrator: C. S. Treadway. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/004795/bk_rand_004795_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A photographic look into the world of vinyl record collectors-including Questlove-in the most intimate of environments-their record rooms. Compelling photographic essays from photographer Eilon Paz are paired with in-depth and insightful interviews to illustrate what motivates these collectors to keep digging for more records. The reader gets an up close and personal look at a variety of well-known vinyl champions, including Gilles Peterson and King Britt, as well as a glimpse into the collections of known and unknown DJs, producers, record dealers, and everyday enthusiasts. Driven by his love for vinyl records, Paz takes us on a five-year journey unearthing the very soul of the vinyl community.
Recorded at The State Theatre of Maine at Lakewood in the spring of 1983, footage from this performance became the basis of Tim’s first prime-time TV special on Maine PBS. Released on vinyl LP in the fall of 1983, Downeast Standup was the first of four Tim Sample solo albums to be produced on the Bert and I label in the 1980s. Now widely considered a classic of 20th century Maine dialectal storytelling, this recording contains Tim’s signature story ´´Saturday Night at Moody’s Diner´´ as well as his moving tribute to his friend and mentor the late Bert and I co-founder Marshall Dodge, whose death in a hit-and-run auto accident at the age of 45 had sent shockwaves through the Maine storytelling community. Tim’s classic ´´About Maine Humor”, also included here, has become a popular Youtube clip, and this recording also marks the first appearance of Tim’s fictional son ´´Our Boy Hubert”, whose adventures continued on subsequent albums and television specials. This album was edited with razor blades and patch tape by Tim and folk legend Noel Paul Stookey (Paul of Peter, Paul and Mary) at Neworld, the famous ´´Henhouse” recording and animation studio in South Blue Hill, Maine. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/main/000001/pf_main_000001_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.