Buddy Holly – Greatest Hits vol 1 (FULL ALBUM)



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Buddy Holly
Greatest Hits vol 1 (FULL ALBUM)

00:00 Peggy Sue
02:38 Everyday
04:46 That’ll Be the Day
07:04 Rave On!
08:52 Not Fade Away
11:11 Send Me Some Lovin’
13:45 Think It Over
15:30 True Love Ways
18:19 Oh, Boy!
20:23 Maybe Baby
22:24 Love Me
24:29 Heartbeat
26:39 Early in the Morning
28:44 It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

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Buddy Holly was a singer/songwriter whose records, conveying a sense of the wide-open spaces of West Texas and unstoppable joie de vivre, remain vital today.

Born on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, Buddy Holly was an American singer/songwriter who produced some of the most distinctive and influential work in rock music. Already well versed in several music styles, he was a seasoned performer by age 16. With hits such as ‘Peggy Sue’ and ‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Buddy Holly was a rising star when a tragic plane crash struck him down in 1959 at age 22.

Singer. Born Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas. As the fourth and youngest child in his family, Holly was nicknamed “Buddy” by his mother, who felt that his given name was too big for her little boy. “Holly,” the altered form of his last name, would later result from a misspelling in his first recording contract.
Buddy Holly learned to play piano and fiddle at an early age, while his older brothers taught him the basics of guitar.

A 1949 home recording of “My Two-Timin’ Woman” showcases Holly’s skilled, if prepubescent, singing voice. Holly’s mother and father, a tailor by trade, both proved to be very supportive of their son’s burgeoning musical talents, generating song ideas and even penning a letter to the editor of Lubbock’s newspaper in defense of rock ‘n’ roll-loving teenagers lambasted in a conservative editorial. Despite his parents’ support, Holly couldn’t have become a founding father of rock ‘n’ roll without engaging in some degree of rebellion.

Once a preacher at the local Tabernacle Baptist Church asked him, “What would you do if you had $10?” The young rocker reportedly muttered, “If I had $10, I wouldn’t be here.” Holly had clearly set his sights on something other than growing up to join his brothers in their tiling business.

After high school, Holly formed a band and played country and western songs regularly on a Lubbock radio station. He frequently opened for more prominent national acts that toured through town. Bandmate Sonny Curtis viewed Holly’s opening for Elvis Presley in 1955 as a crucial turning point for the singer. “When Elvis came along,” Curtis recalls, “Buddy fell in love with Elvis and we began to change. The next day we became Elvis clones.” Although the bespectacled, bow-tied youth lacked Elvis’s incendiary sex appeal, Holly’s conversion from country to rock ‘n’ roll did not go unnoticed. A record company talent scout soon caught his act at a skating rink and signed him to a contract.

In early 1956, Holly and his band began recording demos and singles in Nashville under the name Buddy Holly and the Three Tunes, but the group’s lineup was later revised and dubbed The Crickets. Holly wrote and recorded his breakthrough hit, “That’ll Be the Day,” with The Crickets in 1957. Between August 1957 and August 1958, Holly and the Crickets charted seven different Top 40 singles.

In October 1958, Holly split from The Crickets and moved to Greenwich Village in New York City. Due to legal and financial problems resulting from the band’s breakup, Holly reluctantly agreed to tour through the Midwest in 1959 with The Winter Dance Party.

Holly’s music never really died, though, despite the singer’s tragic and untimely death. Unissued recordings and compilations of Holly’s work were released in a steady stream throughout the 1960s. Due to the continued popularity of his music and film adaptations of his life’s story, Holly’s hiccup and horn-rimmed glasses are easily recognizable today.

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William Lee Golden – American Vagabond (1986 MCA CD) [Full Album]



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(See track list below notes.)

This is the solo album of the Oak Ridge Boy formerly known as Bill Golden! I figured I’d post this album since it was not already here (in its entirety, anyway.) This is from the CD, which is long out of print and getting harder to find.

If you’re expecting some light country pop along the lines of the Oaks, you’re in for a surprise. Golden wanted to delve more into rock and this album reflects that. One of the producers is Booker T. Jones and there is an all-star cast on-hand of names familiar to country and rock fans. Golden’s soon-to-be ex-bandmates put in guest appearances on “Music For My Soul” and “You Turn The Light On”. Golden’s soon-to-be ex-wife, Luetta, can be heard on “Music For My Soul” as well. Interestingly, Golden chose to record his own version of “Come On In (You Did The Best That You Could Do)”, which the guys had just recorded but with Duane Allen on lead.

According to a press release, the “complete project took approx. 2 years” but says that recording ran from 6/15/85 – 1/27/86.
American Vagabond was released in June ’86 and peaked at #53 the first week of August, and was off the chart by the end of the month. As we all know, Golden was out of the Oaks by the following March.

“You Can’t Take It With You” and “Love Is The Only Way Out” were issued as singles and hit #72 and #53, respectively, on the country charts. William Lee performed some of the album’s tracks at Farm Aid that year, with Joe Walsh guesting on guitar.

MCAD-5749, 1986.

Tracks:
00:00 Still In The Game (Steve Winwood, Will Jennings)
04:24 Come On In (You Did The Best You Could Do) (George Green, Rick Giles)
08:41 You Can’t Take It With You (Rick Giles, Steve Bogard)
12:50 Love Is The Only Way Out (Gene Nelson, Larry Boone, Paul Nelson)
17:45 Music For My Soul (Dave Thompson, Michael Foster)
21:20 American Vagabond (Bob Corbin)
25:16 Heroes (Jennifer Kimball, Tom Kimmel)
29:53 Somebody Gotta Pay (Bob Corbin, R. Eli Ball)
33:23 You Turn The Light On (Lewis Anderson, Steven Geyer)
37:02 Let There Be Love (Dave Gibson, Walter Carter)

Credits:
Acoustic Guitar – Fred Carter, Jr., Larry Crane
Backing Vocals – Barbara McCoy, Duane Allen, Jimmy Davis, Joe Bonsall, Richard Sterban, Rose Williams
Backing Vocals, Music Director [Assistant Choir Director] – Deborah Hall*
Backing Vocals, Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed By – Don Smith
Bass – David Cochrane, Sam Shupp, Willie Weeks
Choir – Olivet Baptist Church
Design – Camille Brown
Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar – Paul Franklin
Drums – Jim Keltner, Steve Mergen
Drums, Percussion – Chad Cromwell
Electric Guitar – Eddy Shaver
Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Vince Gill
Fiddle – Kenneth Lovelace*
Harmonica – Randy Byrd
Harmony Vocals – Luetta Golden, Rosanne Cash
Harmony Vocals, Backing Vocals – Rick Giles
Keyboards – Barry Beckett
Keyboards, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mixed By – Jack Holder
Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – William Lee Golden*
Mastered By – George Marino
Music Director [Choir Director] – Barbara Smith
Organ, Piano, Backing Vocals, Producer – Booker T.*
Photography – Alan Messer
Piano – Jim Dickenson*
Producer, Arranged By, Recorded By, Mixed By – R. Eli Ball*
Recorded By, Mixed By – David Thoener
Rhythm Guitar – Wayne Perkins
Synthesizer [CMI Fairlight], Piano – Carl Marsh
Vocals – Joanna Jacobs

Bone Church – Bone Church (full Album 2017)



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Us Heavy/Psychedelic/Stoner Rock Band ‘Bone Church’: “Bone Church” full Album released October 30, 2017
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Tracklist:

1. Altered States 00:00
2. Crimson Crown 06:45
3. Sacrament 11:09
4. Pale Moon Sacrifice 14:48
5. Too Far Out 21:59

Bone Church are:

Dan Sefcik – Guitar, Bass, Lyrics
Rob Sickinger – Drums, Lyrics
Jack Rune – Vocals
Pat Good – Bass

credits:

Recorded at Silver Bullet Studios
Mixed by Greg Thomas and Chris Yeterian
Mastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering

Bone Church logo by Teddy Pancake
Cover art and layout by Vin Rosa

Heavy, psychedelic, Rock n’ Roll riffage from the catacombs of Connecticut

Reno and Smiley – hymns sacred gospel songs (Full Album)



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Reno and Smiley – Hymns Sacred Gospel Songs (King 693)

Recorded at King Studios Cincinnati, Ohio
Date: October 26, 1959

Red Smiley – Rhythm Guitar & Lead Vocals
Don Reno – Lead Guitar & Tenor Vocals
John Palmer – Bass
Mack Magaha – Percussion

01. 0:00:00 In the Garden
02. 0:02:33 He Will Set Your Field on Fire
03. 0:05:07 I’ll Meet You in the Morning
04. 0:08:15 Jesus Will Save Your Soul
05. 0:10:43 I Need the Prayers
06. 0:14:05 The Lord’s Last Supper
07. 0:16:29 Whispering Hope
08. 0:19:23 The Arm of God
09. 0:21:47 You Never Mentioned Him to Me
10. 0:24:31 I Feel Like Traveling On
11. 0:26:59 Mother’s Only Sleeping
12. 0:30:13 Little Country Preacher

Chase Atlantic Self Titled Album Reaction! – (Who Hurt Them)



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From the album:
Shadows On The Sun (2003)
01. Room With A View
02. Champion
03. Star Quality
04. Prince Charming
05. Win Some Lose Some
06. Pay Them Back
07. Blah Blah Blah (feat Slug)
08. Shadows On The Sun
09. Prelude
10. Forest Whitiker
11. Bitchslap!
12. Back Stage Pacin’
13. When The Beat Comes In
14. Missing Teeth
15. Dorian
16. Soul Whisper
17. Picket Fence
18. Victory! (Come Forward)

From september 22nd to november 20th 2009 Brother Ali is on the Fresh Air Tour together with Evidence, Toki Wright & BK-One.
Dates and locations:
22 sep – Pizza Luce – Duluth, Minnesota
23 sep – Whats Up Lounge – Mankato, Minnesota
24 sep – The Industry – Iowa City, Iowa
25 sep – Nuttys North – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
26 sep – The Waiting Room – Omaha, Nebraska
27 sep – Granada – Lawrence, Kansas
29 sep – Ogden Theatre – Denver, Colorado
30 sep – Fox Theatre – Boulder, Colorado
01 oct – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, Colorado
02 oct – In The Venue – Salt Lake City, Utah
03 oct – The Venue – Boise, Idaho
04 oct – Badlander – Missoula, Montana
06 oct – Boulevard – Spokane, Washington
07 oct – Neumos – Seattle, Washington
08 oct – Element Nite Club – Victoria, British Columbia
09 oct – Venue – Vancouver, British Columbia
10 oct – Nightlight Lounge – Bellingham, Washington
11 oct – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, Oregon
12 oct – The WOW Hall – Eugene, Oregon
14 oct – Humboldt State University – Arcata, California
15 oct – New Oasis – Reno, Nevada
16 oct – The Catalyst Club – Santa Cruz, California
17 oct – Slims – San Francisco, California
18 oct – Avalon Night Club – Santa Clara, California
20 oct – El Rey Theatre – Los Angeles, California
21 oct – Canes Bar & Grill – San Diego, California
22 oct – Club Red – Phoenix, Arizona
23 oct – Club Congress – Tuscon, Arizona
26 oct – Foundation – Lubbock, Texas
27 oct – Granada Theater – Dallas, Texas
28 oct – Emos – Austin, Texas
29 oct – Warehouse Live – Houston, Texas
01 nov – The Social – Orlando, Florida
04 nov – Cats Cradle – Carrboro, North Carolina
05 nov – Ottobar – Baltimore, Maryland
06 nov – First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
07 nov – The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza – New York, New York
08 nov – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, Massachusetts
09 nov – Higher Ground – Burlington, Vermont
10 nov – The Asylum – Portland, Maine
11 nov – Pearl Street – Northampton, Massachusetts
13 nov – Grog Shop – Cleveland Heights, Ohio
14 nov – Skullys – Columbus, Ohio
15 nov – Uncle Pleasants – Louisville, Kentucky
17 nov – Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, Michigan
18 nov – Metro – Chicago, Illinois
19 nov – Barrymore Theatre – Madison, Wisconsin
20 nov – First Avenue – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Bruno Mars – When I Was Your Man [Official Video]



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Bruno Mars – When I Was Your Man
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The THIRD single from the album “Our Amazing God” by Daryl Wicker & The Potter’s House Choir. The recording is available on CDBaby.com, iTunes, GooglePlay and Amazon.com as well as internet radio stations Jango.com, Spotify.com, iTunes Radio, GooglePlay Radio and Soundcloud.com Please add us as a station.

The live recording occurred on Sunday, May 5th, 2013 at The Potter’s House Church in Columbus Ohio where Daryl Wicker is the Worship Leader. Audio recorded by Vanguard Recording of Nashville with engineer Danny Duncan of Israel & New Breed fame, and the video was shot by Media Images of Gahanna Ohio and edited by Ben Kalb. The full DVD will release in 2014. It was a combination of the PH Worship Choir and the 1Voice Youth and Young Adult Choir. All songs were written by Daryl and friends, Steve Crawford (Worship Leader at Lakewood Church with Pastor Joel Osteen, Houston), Matt Hines (keyboards) and Sara George (singer/songwriter) except for the remake of “Show Me Your Glory” which is only available on the CD/DVD. Pastor Tim Oldfield joined us for two very powerful short messages about who God is and His redeeming power. Look for more videos from us on this YouTube channel.
Song topics include peace, power, strength from The Lord, hope, love, joy, healing, happiness and wholeness. Knowing that God is the Great I AM.

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NEW ALBUM SPOTLIGHT 10-31-16 – Cristian Bergagna – Carpe Noctem – Horror Synth



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Artist – Cristian Bergagna
Digital Album – Carpe Noctem
Label – Cristian Bergagna Self-Released
Country – Argentina
Year – 2016
Style – Horror Synth, Horror Disco
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released October 31, 2016

Tracklisting

1.Introduction (Feat. Rodrigo Gonzalez)
2. Black Feathers in my Back
3. Rituals
4. Black Candles
5. Pure Fresh Blood
6. Broken Circle
7. Churches are Burning
8. Silent Shadows
9. Smells of a Rotten Heart
10. Hide Us in the Dark
11. Churches are Burning (Nightcrawler Remix)
12. Demonio (Bonus Track)

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Lifechurch Edmond – “Irresistible”



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Lifechurch Praise and Worship team sings new single off the Lifechurch EP “Irresistible”

Church of Christ Congregational Singing Album (2012) (PART 1/2)



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The first part of the 2012 Let The Bible Speak singing album, recorded at the Pleasant View Church of Christ in Springfield, MO.

Hymns album from First-Plymouth Congregational, Lincoln, Nebraska



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In this video, we see the Plymouth Choir, Plymouth Brass and Plymouth Ringers of First-Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, in recording sessions held in November 2012 for their CD of hymns, released by Pro Organo in September, 2013 under the title Hymns from First-Plymouth. Minister of Music Tom Trenney and Associates Minister of Music Jeremy Bankson share their thoughts and experiences on the significance of the hymn for congregations. Available at www.proorgano.com. Item CD 7260.