segunda-feira, 27 de junho de 2016

Gone For Summer Holiday


Thank you so much for all the suport. 
But now it's time for a little rest. 
Take care and enjoy music!

Now It's Time For A Summer Holiday

Original released on LP Columbia (EMI) 
33SX 1472 (mono) / SCX 3462 (stereo)
(UK, January 1963)








MARY WELLS's First Album

Original released on LP Motown MLP 600 (mono)
(US, November 1961)

This is the first album released by legend Mary Wells. It also contains her first two hit singles for Motown label, with "Bye Bye Baby" making it to # 8 R&B /# 45 Billboard Pop Hot 100 in late 1960/early 1961, and "I Don't Want To Take A Chance", a # 9 R&B /# 33 Hot 100 in August 1961 - and their B-sides - "Please Forgive Me" and "I'm So Sorry". And... more 10 bonus tracks! A very good edition from label Soul Jam, which calls it "The definitive remastered edition". How important and influential was Mary Wells in the business? In a span of 22 years, from 1960/1961 to 1982, she delivered 22 hit singles on the R&B charts for Motown (13), 20th Century (3), Atco (1), Jubilee (3), Reprise (1) and Epic (1), 19 of which crossed over to the Pop charts. Three of her hits were # 1 (1 Hot 100 and 3 R&B], "The One Who Really Loves You" was the first Hot 100 Top Ten (# 8 in 1962) for Gordy's Motown empire, and "My Guy", written by Smokey Robinson, became their first Hot 100 # 1 in early 1964. Twelve of her hit singles were Pop Top 40 and 18 Top 40 R&B. Mary died tragically from throat cancer in 1992 at age 49.


domingo, 26 de junho de 2016

Girls Girls Girls - 26 Instrumental Beauties

DAN HILL SOUNDS ELECTRONIC

Original released on LP CBS ALD 5367
(SOUTH AFRICA, 1965)

"Sounds Electronic" are sounds atomic...... That's the explosive force that leaps out of the grooves of this exceptional disc as modern as the space age. Assembled here are some of South Africa's finest musicians, under the brilliant direction of Dan Hill, who has specially arranged this wonderful selection of dance party tunes for modern electronic instruments. Even the non electric instruments, such as percussion, sax, flute, and piano were re-channelled through various electronic devices, such as echo chambers, reverberation and tape delaying machines, to give them a distinctive unusual sound. The man responsible for the top flight engineering effects is Geoff Tucker, a young South African, who has kept his knowledge in line with the latest advances that apply to the modern recording techniques. His knowledge of electronic effects combined with the musical knowhow of Dan Hill, has resulted in a collection of all the big hits of 1965, presented in an excitingly different ear catching style. This is the sound of tomorrow. A sound that will make a party move electronically. A sound of the modern day combo...... "Sounds Electronic". (original liner notes)

ALL TIME FAVOURITES 14

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