CD auf JASMINE RECORDS von LaVern Baker - It's So Fime - Singles 1953-59 (2-CD)
(2014/Jasmine) 28 tracks Featuring: Muddy Waters, Earl Hooker, Willie Dixon, Elmore James, Otis Spann
1-CD mit 20-seitigem Booklet, 27 Einzeltitel. Spieldauer ca. 75 Minuten. Die zweite CD mit den in Deutschland aufgenommen Singles von Alice Babs aus den Jahren von 1953 bis 1959. Mit dabei sind die Aufnahmen Opus in Scat und Baby get Lost für das Jazz-Label Brunswick aus dem Jahre 1953 und Open T...
(2017/Craft) 88 Tracks - Deluxe Digipack - 40-seitiges Begleitbüchlein mit einer ausführlichen Abhandlung von dem Musikhistoriker, Produzent und Grammy Award Gewinner Scott Billington, sowie Session Details. Die definitive Vee Jay Collection mit seinen kompletten Singles 1953-1965 und in hervorra...
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ronald "Ronnie" Gene Dunn born June 1, 1953 in Coleman, Texas, USA) is a Grammy Award-winning American country music singer,songwriter, best known for being one half of the duo Brooks & Dunn. He sings lead vocals on the majority of the duo's songs. Ronnie began his musical career as a solo artist. He charted two minor singles on Churchill/MCA Records in 1983: "It's Written All Over Your Face" and "She Put the Sad in All His Songs". In 1991 he and Kix Brooks formed Brooks & Dunn. They released their first album Brand New Man with their first four singles and was certififed 6x platinum by the RIAA during the same year. Brooks & Dunn have released 12 albums, five singles of which were written himself, & have released 2 Greatest Hits albums and a Christmas album.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Maurice Starr (born 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer. Starr, originally from Florida, moved to Boston with his brother Michael in the early 1970s. After moving to Boston he recorded two unsuccessful R&B albums, Flaming Starr and Spacey Lady. Since he was unsuccessful as an artist, he decided to create a band to perform the songs that he wrote. Starr won Songwriter of the Year in 1989. In 1982, Starr found the band New Edition on his talent show. The group produced a number of U.S. Top 10 R&B hit singles and a Top 5 hit in the Billboard Hot 100.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! 2 Minutes to Midnight is a song by British band Iron Maiden. The song is released as the band's tenth single and second track from their fifth album Powerslave. The single was released on August 6, 1984 and rose to number 11 in the UK Singles Chart and number 25 on Billboard Top Album Tracks. The song was written by Adrian Smith and Bruce Dickinson. The song has references to the Doomsday Clock, the symbolic clock used by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. In September 1953 the clock reached 23:58, the closest the clock ever got to midnight. This occurred when the United States and Soviet Union tested H-bombs within nine months of one another. The first guitar solo is played by Dave Murray followed by a guitar solo played by Adrian Smith. The first B-side is a cover of British progressive rock band Beckett's "Rainbow's Gold". Another B-side, titled "Mission from 'Arry", is a recording of an argument between bassist Steve Harris and drummer Nicko McBrain.