Girls Will Be Girls, Vol. 1 is for collectors whose interest in 1960s girl groups has taken them beyond hits into the realm of demos, obscurities, and previously unreleased material. The recordings, made between 1962-1966, are drawn from a number of labels such as Colpix, Dimension, Roulette, Jubilee, and DynoVoice….
This is the second volume in this series of 60s girl group rarities. The original vinyl of this had only 12 tracks and was issued in 1963. This is the 30 track CD edition. This cd is out of print and somewhat scarce. This rip is from my new CD that I just opened to make this rip.
Another 'Great' Compilation collectable which is sure to trigger many a memory of those times. A DVD collection with the title of "Das Beste aus dem Musikladen" features 35 + 5 classic music promos across a diverse range of styles.
Never realised the breadth of the "Pop-Sike" genre until I heard Fading Yellow, a really fine compilation that hangs together beautifully as an album. That most of the tracks are obscure isn't surprising: everything is a little odd, a little ramshackle, with a strong melancholic undertow and not a little creepiness. Of course, this music is also specific to a particular time in Western pop music history so there's a strong nostalgic element, but the knowledge this music could never be exactly replicated is what also makes it so fascinating. Recommended, in a warm and loving 60s way.
538 Dance Smash 2016: Vol. 1-3 gathers the best dance tracks of this year. Ideal for the car, for extra energy to clean the house or just to complete your collection. Including Mike Posner, Armin van Buuren Feat. Kensington, Matt Simons, Xavier Rudd, Robin Schulz, Seeb, Bob Sinclar, Galantis, Afrojack, Sam Feldt, Hardwell, Lost Frequencies and more.
"The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" is a 2003 special issue of American magazine Rolling Stone, and a related book published in 2005. The lists presented were compiled based on votes from selected rock musicians, critics, and industry figures, and predominantly feature British and American music from the 1960s and 1970s. From 2007 onwards, the magazine published similarly titled lists in other countries around the world.
Theory and harmony instructionals filled with chord construction strategies and applications. The entire jazz standard songbook is built primarily on major and minor ii-V-I, major blues, minor blues and modal progressions. Learn how to comp over these types of progressions starting with these arrangements patterned after classic standards.