"The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face)" is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on May 10, 1972, by Columbia Records and continues in the tradition set by his recent studio releases of covering mostly current chart hits. It made its first appearance on Billboard magazine's Top LP's & Tapes chart in the issue dated June 10, 1972, and remained there for 15 weeks, peaking at #71.
Career retrospective from Pub Rock’s angriest man Graham Parker, spread over 6 CDs with a DVD featuring a live set at the Brook Southampton from last year’s final tour with the Rumour…LTW’s Ian Canty looks at 40 years of Camberley’s very own Punk Soul brother….. It wasn’t very promising on the face of it. A resentful 25 year old garage pump attendant with a run through the 60s from Mod to Hippy behind him and a headful of dreams about Van Morrison and Dr Feelgood, matched up with what might have been the cream of the Pub Rock scene. But this was after all of their respective bands had singularly failed to make an impact, so together, in 1976, they stood at the doors of the Last Chance saloon. What wasn’t expected was that with their musical power allied to the petrol pump punk’s lyrical smarts and alarming stage presence, they would blow the doors off the hinges. Ladies and gentleman, I give you Graham Parker and the Rumour.
Face to Face is the third and final album by American soul/disco group GQ, released in 1981 on the Arista label. It peaked at #18 on the R&B chart and #140 on the pop listing. Two singles, "Shake" and "Sad Girl", were released; the latter became the group's third to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #93.
VANCOUVER, B.C. - In this compelling in-depth interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Jay Parker, who was born into a multi-generational Satanic-Illuminati family and received MONARCH trauma-based mind-control as a child, discusses (1) Satanic-Illuminati control of U.S. and world society and religions; (2) His personal life experiences being brought up in a Satanic-Illuminati family; and (3) Inter-dimensional (Luciferic-Satanic) or extraterrestrial forces that interact with and control the Satanic-Illuminati power structure.
Rollin' with Leo is the second, and last, album as a leader by American jazz saxophonist Leo Parker, recorded in 1961 but not released on the Blue Note label until 1980. The Allmusic review by Steve Leggett awarded the album 4½ stars and calling it "a wonderful portrait of this unsung but brilliant player, whose huge, sad, but almost impossibly strong tone always felt like it carried the world on its shoulders".
The legendary Rockpalast-concerts of Graham Parker! Graham Parker has hold onto his reputation as one of the most important singer-songwriters for more than 30 years. Together with The Rumour , Graham Parker gave two shows at the Rockpalast. The second appearance at Grugahalle, Esssen was in 1980, where Parker opened the 7th legendary Rockpalast-Night. This time Nicky Hopkins sat in at the piano (famous for his works with The Beatles and Rolling Stones).
Ce livre paru en 1966 traite du gangstérisme américain et de plusieurs personnages historiques qui ont inspirés des séries comme Boardwalk empire. …
GQ are remembered for two very different things: uptempo disco-funk jams ("Disco Nights," "Standing Ovation") and covers of Billy Stewart ballads. And they excelled in both areas. But by 1981 (the year in which Face to Face first came out as a vinyl LP), the popularity that GQ had enjoyed in 1979 and 1980 was starting to fade. Face to Face, which was the Bronx outfit's third album as GQ (in 1976, they recorded an album titled Soul on Your Side as the Rhythm Makers), wasn't as commercially successful as 1979's Disco Nights or 1980's Two. Unlike those albums (both of which went platinum in the United States), Face to Face didn't contain any blockbuster hits. But Face to Face did make it to number 18 on Billboard's R&B albums chart, and it contained the number 23 R&B hit "Shake."