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GameBoy - Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure (mi...
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Stand: 28.08.2017
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VA - VA Road To Nashville - 60s Jamboree Movie (4)
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Stand: 15.05.2018
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Various - Record Label Profiles - Big ´D´ Jambo...
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8-CD Box (LP-Größe) mit 168-seitigem gebundenem Buch. 285 Einzeltitel. Spieldauer ca. 686 Minuten. ​• Der Anbruch des Rock ´n´ Roll-Zeitalters, 1950-58 ´live´ aus Texas. So etwas haben Sie noch nicht erlebt! • Besuchen Sie ein Livekonzert mit Stars wie Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Gene Vincent, Wanda Jackson und anderen zu Beginn ihrer Karrieren. • Etliche dieser Songs haben sie nie wieder aufgenommen! • Live-Aufnahmen, mit der damals modernsten Technik aufgezeichnet. Unglaubliche Atmosphäre! Sagenhafte Auftritte! • Nie gezeigte Fotos und neu recherchierte Lebensläufe runden diese unglaubliche Zeitkapsel ab! Wir alle wissen, dass die Grand Ole Opry – im Gegensatz zur Louisiana Hayride, die Elvis Presley, Johnny Horton u.a. landesweit zur Popularität verhalf - nichts mit Rock ´n´ Roll zu tun haben wollte. Die Hayride stand jedoch nicht alleine da. Das Big ´D´ Jamboree in Dallas begann zwar mit texanischer Country Music, nahm neue Musik allerdings begeistert auf und verhalf Carl Perkins, Gene Vincent und vielen anderen zum entscheidenden Durchbruch. Diese außerordentliche Samstagabend-Show fand im Sportatorium, einer Stahlkonstruktion und Sporthalle für Ringer in einem heruntergekommenen Viertel südlich des Stadtzentrums statt. Sie begann in der Folgezeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs und lief annähernd zwei Jahrzehnte lang. Das Jamboree lieferte einen satten Querschnitt durch die seinerzeit dynamischsten Spielarten der Country Music und des Rock ´n´ Roll. Die Show wurde in Dallas von KRLD und landesweit von CBS Radio übertragen und präsentierte von talentierten, doch zumeist vergessenen Sängern wie Riley Crabtree, Orville Couch und Helen Hall bis zu überregional bekannten Persönlichkeiten wie Johnny Cash, Sonny James, Hank Locklin, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Wanda Jackson und Gene Vincent alle und jeden. Jahre bevor europäische Fans seine Karriere wiederbelebten, bekam Ronnie Dawson , ein treuer Anhänger des Rockabilly, beim Jamboree seine Chance. Charline Arthur, ´eine Janis Joplin lange vor ihrer Zeit´, sprang von Verstärkern herunter und schmetterte gefühlvolle, unverfälschte Country Music aus der im Ring aufgebauten Bühne in die Halle, bevor sie in eine tragische Dunkelheit abtauchte. Die Geschichte dieser einzigartigen Zusammenstellung reicht zurück bis in die Mitte der Neunzigerjahre. Inspiriert durch das Wiederauftauchen von Ronnie Dawson hatte sich David Dennard aus Dallas auf die Suche nach Aufnahmen von der historischen Show gemacht. Jeder den er fragte sagte, damals seien keine Aufnahmen gemacht worden. Doch Dennard fand Platten, die für die US-amerikanischen Soldatensender gemacht worden waren. Einige davon veröffentlichte er auf seinem eigenen Label, Dragon Street. Doch die Welt wartete auf eine umfassendere Zusammenstellung. Und die liegt jetzt vor! Insgesamt acht CDs, nahezu 300 Einzeltitel, die meisten davon ´live´ direkt von der Show, dazu einige im Studio entstandene Bonusaufnahmen. Die Autoren Kevin Coffey, Stanley Oberst, Jay Brakefield und Alan Govenar schrieben in Zusammenarbeit mit Dennard das 168-seitige Begleitbuch, das voller Informationen über die damalige Zeit, die Künstler und ihre Songs steckt. Titellistung: CD 1: OCTOBER 21, 1950: Falstaff Beer Advert • The Big D Gang: Opening Theme • Billy Jack Saucier: Devil´s Dream • Jimmy Fautheree: I´m Moving On • Jimmie Heap: Carbon Copy • Ramona Reed: If I Could Only Learn To Yodel SEPTEMBER 25 (?), 1954: Sid Erwin: This Ole House (fragment) • That´s All Right • There´s A Big Rock In The Road APRIL 28, 1956: SHOW #2: Introduction • The Texas Stompers: The Poor People Of Paris • Orville Couch: So Doggone Lonesome • Eddie Shelton: Flint Hill Special • Commodores: Two Loves • Have I • Didn´t It Rain • Shake, Rattle &, Roll • Nancy Castleberry: Ivory Tower • Joe Poovey: Honolulu Rock-A Roll-A • The Texas Stompers: Red Wing Stomp MAY 5, 1956: SHOW #6: Introduction • The Texas Stompers: Ain´t She Sweet • Orville Couch: Folsom Prison Blues • Sid King: Boo- ger Red • Ooby Dooby • Eddie Shelton: Salty Dog Blues • Carl Perkins: Slippin´ And Slidin´ • Blue Suede Shoes BONUS TRACKS: Helen Hall: Nothing Can Change My Love For You • I Need You All The Time • How Long • One Brown, One Black • Betty Lou Lobb: Chime Bells • Wide Rolling Plains CD 2: MAY 19, 1956: SHOW #9: Introduction • The Texas Stompers: Double Eagle Stomp • Cowboy Copas: Tragic Romance • Ferlin Husky: Aladdin´s Lamp • Simon Crum: Muki-Ruki • Hank Locklin: A Good Woman´s Love • Carl Perkins: I Got A

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Stand: 18.05.2018
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Glen Glenn - The Glen Glenn Story - Everybody´s...
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(Ace Records) 50´s ERA label material backed with his comeback LP cut in 1984. - This fine twofer is very much tied in with Ace’s history, especially with our original Chiswick label. The first album on Chiswick in 1977 was ´Hollywood Rock’n’Rol´” which contained some tracks by Glen Glenn that attracted appreciative reaction from European fans. Ace founder Ted Carroll met Glen near Los Angeles soon after and was able to assemble a new album that included alternate takes of his best-known songs plus some radio and TV performances. This was issued as ´The Glen Glenn Story´ in 1982, once again to much acclaim around the UK and Europe, which spurred Glen to return to the studio to make a new album, ´Everybody’s Movin’ Again´, released on Ace in 1984. Glen Glenn, real name Glen Troutman, was born in Missouri in 1934. Being raised near the Ozark Mountains meant that any musical career would have at least a country slant, but a move toSan Dimas, California brought fresh influences into the mix. He befriended guitar player Gary Lambert, and by 1954 they were working as a duo named Glen & Gary, The Missouri Mountain Boys, playing local dances and jamborees. They learnt a good deal of road craft as part of the Maddox Brothers’ touring show. Glen’s break as a rockabilly soloist came in early 1958 when he recorded ‘Everybody’s Movin’’ at Gold Star studio in LA, backed by Eddie Cochran’s bassist Connie ´´Guybo” Smith. Released on the Era label, the record became a strong seller. The follow-up, ‘Laurie Ann’ / ‘One Cup Of Coffee’, sold even better, but Glen’s career was interrupted by a two-year spell in the Army, although 1959 saw the release of another splendid rockabilly double-sider, ‘Would Ja’ / ‘Blue Jeans And A Boy’s Shirt’. All these releases featured distinctive rocking guitar work that rivals anything from the period. The material on the first album here includes strong versions of ‘Baby Let’s Play House’, ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’, ‘Shake Rattle And Roll’, ‘Treat Me Nice’ and ‘I Got A Woman’. The 1984 album contains excellent covers of songs by Roy Orbison, Wayne Raney, Larry Williams, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams alongside Glen’s new version of the title track. The fine old-style rockabilly feel was achieved by Glen calling in Gary Lambert and Connie Smith, both of whom had played on his original Era recordings. Unsurprisingly, the results captured all the spirit of the 50s with drummer Ernie Lopez providing a fine framework for the many hot guitar licks, making the album one of the best and most convincing rockabilly remakes you could hope to find.

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Stand: 18.05.2018
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Sherry Davis - Just A Little Bit of Sherry Davi...
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(Rollercoaster) 4 tracks - small center - Sherry Davis met Gene Autry when she was taken to visit his house as a child, and from that day she wanted to be a singer. Success in Amateur Nights and Talent Shows led Sherry to singing on the Cowtown Round-Up where she met Smokey Montgomery who helped her join Texo Ted Gouldy´s Hired Hands about October 1949. The Hired Hands were effectively the Light Crust Doughboys in disguise and had a daily show on Radio WBAP, Fort Worth. About a year later Sherry switched to WBAP-TV´s Bewley Barn Dance which she co-hosted with Darrell Glenn, who was replaced by Pat Boone when Glenn went on the road to promote his big hit ´Crying In The Chapel´. Gene Autry encouraged Sherry to move to the West Coast about 1954. She recorded advertising jingles for American Music and played on the Foreman Phillips Show and Town Hall Party before becoming featured singer on the nationally syndicated Lawrence Welk TV Show. The American Music connection led to her disc debut ´God Speaks´/´Did You Stop To Pray This Morning?´ (Crest 1005). Sherry returned to Dallas in 1955 and was soon a regular on the Big D Jamboree playing alongside the biggest names in music. She also hosted KRLD-TV´s Opus ´56 show. In October 1956 Sherry became one of the very few artists ever to support a tour by RCA artist Elvis Presley; they played to over 60,000 people in 4 days. The following summer the Big D´s Ed McLemore and Johnny Hicks set up a recording session, financed by Ray Winkler (Radio KZIP, Amarillo), which took place in Norman Petty´s studio overnight July 25-26, 1957. Petty hired the musicians and it wasn´t until later that Sherry realised she´d been backed by Buddy Holly (lead guitar) and JI Allison (drums) who at the time were still a few weeks away from stardom with the Crickets. The other musicians were George Atwood on bass, Vi Petty on organ, the Picks (Bill & John Pickering and Bob Lapham) backing vocals and Jack Vaughan or Niki Sullivan on rhythm guitar. ´´Broken Promises´´ and ´´Humble Heart´´ made up the debut single on Winkler´s Fashion label (1001) in late August. Mitch Miller wanted to buy the masters for Columbia but the deal fell through when McLemore refused to relinquish the publishing rights; a devastating blow for Sherry as Miller would have been the perfect person to promote her career. The two songs have never been reissued until now and the original single is one of the highest priced discs to emerge from Texas. The two superb and previously unissued rockers on side one of this EP are a mystery. Sherry recognises her voice but cannot recall recording them. They were probably cut in Dallas about 1957. The classy backings may well be the Big D Jamboree houseband. Whatever the origins the two songs are among the best femme rockers to come out of Texas. This is just a little bit of Sherry Davis - further material by Sherry will appear on a forthcoming Rollercoaster CD, Highway 84. Sherry later worked the Holiday Inn circuit and then spent almost a decade as a Las Vegas headliner singing for lounge-pop genius Esquivel before retiring from music in 1971. It´s a pity we had to wait so long for Sherry´s first release in the UK, but maybe it´s not too late for her career to take off on this side of the Atlantic ....(John Ingman)

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Stand: 09.04.2018
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