1. s telemarketing label created by Ron Popeil (mastermind behind sold-on-TV products like the Pocket Fisherman and Mr. Microphone) in that sold budget-priced compilation LPs. Established an UK branch soon after which occasionally issued movie soundtracks and classical compilations. US parent: Ronco Teleproducts, Inc. UK branch: Ronco.
  2. Captured on a new reissue from Third Man Records, Ann Arbor Blues Festival , Vol. 1 & 2 offers a snapshot of a moment in time when the giants of Black music converged at a Midwestern college campus and delivered stunning performances. The album opens with some slick stage banter from Arkansas-born, traveling bluesman Roosevelt Sykes.
  3. BEATLES Vinyl Records and CDs: British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in The lineup () comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Paul McCartney (vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, percussion), George Harrison (guitar, vocals, sitar), and.
  4. The track album features five cover versions of classic ‘80s tunes performed by The Goldberg’s cast members Hayley Orrantia (“Erica Goldberg”) and AJ Michalka (“Lainey Lewis”) including “True Colors”, “Walking on Sunshine” and “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”. The album also features original songs written for the series including, “Love Ninja” performed by Orrantia.
  5. Nov 23,  · Various Anthology Of American Folk Music (Folkways 6xLPs, ) Listen / Buy. A box-set collection of tracks first released between and , the monumental Anthology Of American Folk Music was compiled by the Hollywood film-maker Harry Smith, who during the s had put together a library of thousands of folk, blues and country discs. In.
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  7. The song also spent three weeks at number two on the Middle-Road Singles (now called Adult Contemporary) chart. The Music Vendor chart ranked "Popsicles and Icicles" at No. 1 for the week of 18 January. In the UK, "Popsicles and Icicles" was released on Stateside Records, with "Comedy and Tragedy" as the B-side.
  8. AL GOODMAN and his ORCHESTRA The Desert Song I have some 10" LP albums, for $ each, as follows: FIREHOUSE FIVE PLUS TWO Good Time Jazz GUY LOMBARDO AND HIS ROYAL CANADIANS Lombardoland DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA A Cole Porter Review STAN KENTON Stan Kenton's Milestones CURTAIN CALL Vol.1 Musical Milestones in Show Business.

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