(2011/YELLOW) 20 tracks (47:39) w. 8 page booklet. The rare 1960s SPAR material, featuring the cream of the crop of Nashville´s studio musicians who became country-rock legends with Area Code 615 & Barefoot Jerry. Feat. Grady Martin, Johnny Elgin, Lloyd Green, Pete Drake, Floyd Cramer, Hank Garland a.o.
Ein weißer Stoff mit verschiedenen Dinosauriern bedruckt Ein toller Stoff von Moda, der für Kinder sehr ansprechend ist Stoff ist 100% Baumwolle Cotton Breite ist 110cm Preis pro Meter18,50 Verkaufseinheit ist 0,5m
2014/Straight Shooter Records) 12 tracks. The Blues Jamboree sind: Paul Banks - voc,gtr,mand, Troels Jensen - voc,pno, H.P. Lange - voc,gtr, Tim Lothar - voc,gtr,perc, Rune Myhren - voc,hca,cajon,perc, Peter Nande - voc,hca,jug,jawharp,washtub bass,perc, Svante Sjöblom - voc,gtr,mand, Olav Poulsen - gtr, Mik Schak - washboard, David Larsson - cajon, Hugo Rasmussen - bass. A Scandinavian Blues Revue - sollte man live erleben oder die CD kaufen!
(2001/Dragon Street) 29 Tracks - Includes live recordings, demos and other rarities from around the Big D!
(1990/Sunjay) 22 tracks - Rare studio recordings by artists who appeared at Ed McLemore´s ´Big D Jamboree´! Ed McLemore who also ran a publishing company and who owned a recording studio, recorded almost every ´Big D Jamboree´ artist, even it often was fo
(2017/Sleazy) 25 tracks - The 23rd edition of this legendary Spanish festival, compted this time by ´Deejay Francho´
CD auf DEEJAY RECORDS von THE CATS AND THE FIDDLE - Vol.3, Gesamtaufnahmen 1947-50
Unveröffentlichte Livevaufnahmen und aufwendige Booklets (allein die Fotos sind den Preis wert ). A fine batch of rockabilly gems (for the most part previously unissued) that have languished in archive vaults for over forty years! Made for broadcast on the Dallas equivalent of the Grand Ol Opry, ‘The Big ‘D’ Jamboree’ these tracks really convey the atmosphere of a 50s live radio show.
DescriptionUkulele Jamboree! is a celebration of the spirit for use by ukulele entertainers and everybody else who wants to feel better in these often sad times of ours. There are no hymns or songs of praise as in a church, but the function is pretty much the same, the use of song to raise you out of yourself and onto another plateau where all is merry and bright. An alternative medicine to pills and the like. If we only had an army of ukesters singing these numbers we could march into any troubles part of the globe and within moments every belligerent would lay down their arms and surrender. Soon all would be joining in the fun. Pull out your Ukuleles and follow the dancing print.