Frankie Ford "Sea Cruise"

Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show. March 21, 1959.

Freddie Hubbard-Windjammer(full Album)

"Must listen Neo Terra, that song blow my mind" SUBSCRIBE!!! TRACKLIST: 00:00 Dreamweaver 05:26 Feelings 11:23 Rock Me Arms 17:16 Touch Me Baby 24:21 Neo Terra 29:25 Windjammer MUSICIANS: Freddie Hubbard - trumpet Jon Faddis: trumpet Michael Brecker: tenor saxophone Bob James: piano, clavinet, synthesizer George Cables: electric piano, clavinet Hubert Laws: flute Steve Khan: guitar Richie Resnicoff: guitar David Spinozza: guitar Eric Gale: guitar Jerry Friedman: guitar Gary King: bass Steve Gadd: drums Andy Newmark: drums Chris Parker: drums Ralph MacDonald: percussion Ray Mantilla: percussion Marvin Stamm: trumpet Bernie Glow: trumpet Lew Soloff: trumpet Wayne Andre: trombone Dave Taylor: trombone Alan Raph: trombone George Marge: oboe, alto saxophone, English horn Wally Kane: bassoon Phil Bodner: alto saxophone Max Ellen: violin David Nadien: violin Emanuel "Manny" Green: violin Harry Cykman: violin Charles Libove: violin Harry Lookofsky: violin Max Pollikoff: violin Paul Gershman: violin Matthew Raimondi: violin Richard Sortomme: violin Alfred Brown: viola Emanuel Vardi: viola Charles McCracken: cello Jesse Levy: cello

Danny & The Juniors - Swan Records - 1960 - 1962

I have reuploaded this video and corrected some errors and better versions of some of the songs: https://youtu.be/4AW7VjX49pw

"Going Home" by Sterling Cooke Force (USA, 1984)

https://www.facebook.com/prognotfrog album: "Full Force" - Albie Coccio (drums) - Harry Shuman (bass) - Gino Cannon (vocals) - Sterling Cooke [aka Sterling Koch] (guitar) Sterling Koch is a nationally recognized lap steel guitarist who is a touring/recording solo artist and session musician. Sterling specializes in playing Chicago-style, slide guitar blues in a contemporary style on the lap steel guitar. He has recorded 4 solo albums of steel guitar music including "Steel Guitar Blues", "Steelin' Home" and "How I Spent My Summer Vacation." with the most recent release being "Slide Ruler." The "Slide Ruler" album features legendary blues bassist Tommy Shannon (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter) and Grammy nominated drummer Chet McCracken (Doobie Brothers). The album includes 12 tracks covering blues legends as diverse as Elmore James, John Lee Hooker and Otis Rush and features a cover of Santo & Johnny's steel guitar standard "Sleepwalk." The album has received stellar reviews from such noted blues magazines as Blues Matters, Blues Blast Magazine and Blues In Britain magazine as well as airplay throughout the US, Canada, UK and Europe. The single, "If You Wanna Rock & Roll" written by Dion Demucci, was featured on the nationally syndicated radio program, "Blues Deluxe." Sterling has appeared as opening act for Savoy Brown, Rick Derringer and Blackfoot among many other major touring bands and just opened the 3 day, nationally recognized Pennsylvania Blues Festival 2011. He has also performed at many nationally known venues including The Bitter End, Kenny's Castaways and Cornelia Street Cafe (all in New York City) as well as Stanhope House and Bubba Mac's Blues Shack (both in New Jersey) and at Daytona Bike Week 2005. Sterling has had the support of the legendary steel guitarist Calvin Cooke (mentor to Robert Randolph of "Robert Randolph's Family Band") when first starting on steel guitar and now can claim internationally known steel guitarists Darick Campbell (The Campbell Brothers), Aubrey Ghent and Freddie Roulette as friends and mentors. http://sterlingkoch.com/bio.html This album was recorded in England with metal-meister/producer Darryl Johnston. The album has an obvious Hendrix influence to it and I think is the early germination of the V.I.H. band. The album featured a very talented bassist from Hazleton named Mike Dutz. Mike really helped to keep everything together. This was an album by a band that wasn't really ready to record combined with a producer that wasn't right for the project. http://sterlingkoch.com/discography.html 1. Hit And Run 2. I Can't Stand It 3. She's Gonna Get You 4. Makin' My Way 5. Ain't Wastin' My Time 6. Got Enough Love 7. Don't Need You Anymore 8. Killing Time 9. Going Home

Unrelated Segments - The Story Of My Life ~ Garage 1967

Great garage record from 1967 on the Hanna-Barbara lable. This is thye first of three releases from this group

PENNANTS - DON'T GO - WORLD 102 - 1961

DOOWOP - VOCAL GROUP HARMONY Pennants (McKeesport, Pa.) aka The Laurels (7) Personnel : Bob Gaynor (Lead) Fred Hulme (First Tenor) Dick Muse (Second Tenor) Noel Schwertfeger (Baritone) Nick Ticich (Bass) Discography: The Pennants Singles : 1961 - Don't Go / Workin' Man (World 102) Unreleased : 1961 - Darling How Long (Word) The Laurels (7) Singles : 1989 - Don't Go / Darling How Long (World 102) Unreleased : 1960 - Every Minute of the Day / Lips of Fire (Willett) Discography : Fred Hulme, Dick Muse, Nick Ticich, Noel Schwertfeger and Bob Gaymor from McKeesport, Pennsylvania dubbed themselves the Laurels, and by 1957 were doing campus gigs, and expanded to local clubs and hops. Their first trip to the Pittsburgh region was a performance at the White Elephant in 1958. During the show, DJ Tom Nee introduced the group to Harry Latanzio, the owner of Harry's Danceland in Latrobe. The Laurels were signed to open there for national acts like The Coasters and Freddy Cannon. That led to bookings at the Veterans Club of McKeesport, where they got the audience pumped for the likes of Pookie Hudson and The Spaniels. Latanzio then hooked the guys up with Elmer Willett. Willett owned the Vogue Terrace club and ran a local label, Willett Records, out of Carnegie. The Laurels taped "Every Minute of the Day" and "Lips of Fire" for Willett, but he never released them. But Lennie Martin and Lou Guarino at World Records liked their sound, and issued "Working Man" b/w "Don't Go" in 1960. They credited it to the Pennants for still unexplained reasons. Muse, an English major, received his B.A. in 1960. The Laurels disbanded after graduation to deal with the real world, and he went on to a teaching career.

The Marvelettes - "Please Mr. Postman" (1961)

"Please Mr. Postman" is a song written by Georgia Dobbins, William Garrett, Freddie Gorman, Brian Holland, and Robert Bateman. It is the debut single by the Marvelettes for the Tamla label, notable as the first Motown song to reach the number-one position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. The single achieved this position in late 1961; it hit number one on the R&B chart as well. "Please Mr. Postman" became a number-one hit again in early 1975 when the Carpenters' cover of the song reached the top position of the Billboard Hot 100. "Please Mr. Postman" has been covered several times, including a 1963 version by The Beatles. In April 1961, the Marvelettes (then known as "The Marvels") arranged an audition for Berry Gordy's Tamla label. Marvels member Georgia Dobbins needed an original song for their audition, and got a blues song from her friend William Garrett, which she then reworked for the group. Dobbins left the group after the audition and was replaced, Gordy renamed the group and hired "Brianbert"—Brian Holland and Robert Bateman's songwriting partnership—to rework the song yet again. Freddie Gorman, another songwriting partner of Holland (before Holland became part of the Holland–Dozier–Holland team) was also involved in the final reworking. The Marvelettes recording features lead singer Gladys Horton hoping that the postman has brought her a letter from her boyfriend, who is away at war. Accompaniment is provided by the Funk Brothers, including Marvin Gaye on drums. The Marvelettes' version later appeared in a bar fight scene in the film Mean Streets (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese. Songwriting credits for "Please Mr. Postman" seem to have changed over the years. The original Tamla 45 single for the Marvelettes' version credits "Dobbins/Garett/Brianbert" as the songwriters, and credits "Brianbert" as producer. The original With the Beatles album cover credited it to just Brian Holland. The 1976 Beatles discography book All Together Now credits it to Holland, Bateman, and Berry Gordy. The 1992 Motown boxed set 'Hitsville USA: The Motown Singles' Collection credits Dobbins, Garrett, Holland, Bateman, and Gorman as the composers. The Songwriters Hall of Fame credits "Please Mr. Postman" to just Holland, Bateman, and Gorman. "Please Mr. Postman" was covered in a version by English rock group the Beatles on their With the Beatles album in the UK and on The Beatles' Second Album in the US. Sung by John Lennon, their version reverses the genders. The song was produced by George Martin. The Beatles included "Please Mister Postman" as part of their live act in 1962, performing it regularly at the Cavern Club. By the time it was recorded for their second album, With The Beatles, it had been dropped from their set, and required some work in the studio to bring it up to an acceptable standard. Ian MacDonald criticised their version for having a "wall of sound" and for a "general airlessness." A hit cover of "Please Mr. Postman" was recorded by the Carpenters, whose version took the song again to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1975. The Carpenters' version resembles an old 1950s rock & roll song. The single was released in late 1974, reached number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Easy Listening charts in January 1975, and was the duo's 12th million-selling single gold record. The corresponding Horizon album was belatedly released in June 1975 and went Platinum. The Carpenters' cover version was also sampled by rapper Juelz Santana for his single "Oh Yes". It is used by the Rob, Arnie and Dawn Show to introduce their Listener Mail segment, and was sung by the presenters of the British Saturday morning show "SMTV Live" to introduce the mailbag section. A music video of the song, filmed in Disneyland, can be found on the DVD Gold: Greatest Hits (released in 2002), originally packaged as Yesterday Once More (released on VHS and LaserDisc in 1985).

T.C. ATLANTIC - Faces (Minneapolis (Minnesota) -1966).*****📌

T.C. Atlantic was an American garage rock and psychedelic band from Minneapolis, Minnesota who were active 1960s. They were one of the most popular groups in the Twin Cities, but failed to break nationally. In the intervening years since their breakup, their recordings have attracted the interest of 60s music collectors and enthusiasts, and they are particularly remembered for their 1966 fuzz-tinged psychedelic anthem, "Faces." The group hailed from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and in the mid to late 1960s, they were one of the biggest groups in the Minneapolis area, recording a six singles and a live LP that were little heard outside of the region.[1][2][3] The band's lineup consisted of Freddy Freeman on vocals and keyboards, Bob Wells on guitar, Joe Kanan on bass, and Rod Eaton on drums.[3][4] Their first single, "I Love You So Little Girl" was released in 1965 on Aesop's Records.[2][4] In March 1966 they followed it up with "Mona" b/w "My Babe."[2] Their third record was released in June on Turtle Records and featured the trance-like and psychedelic A-side "Faces," which is the song for which they have become best known, backed with "Baby Please Don't Go."[2][4][5] In November they cut another record of Turtle, "Shake" b/w "Spanish Harlem." In 1967 the band recorded a live LP for Dove Records, Live at the Bel Rae Ballroom, though consisting of all cover songs, is today highly regarded.[1][3][6] In early 1968 they cut a single Candy Floss Records, "I'm So Glad" b/w "20 Years Ago (In Speed's Kitchen)."[2] Their last record came out in May of that year on Parrot Records, "Love is Just" b/w "Faces."[2] The band broke up shortly thereafter. In the intervening years their work has come to the attention of garage rock and psychedelic music collectors and enthusiasts.[1] The song "Faces," is particularly revered and is sometimes mentioned as one of the finest garage psychedelic songs.[1][5] It has been included on the Pebbles, Volume 3 compilation.[1] An anthology of the band's work has been assembled by Bacchus Archives, The Best of T.C. Atlantic.[6][7] Their live album, Recorded Live at the Bel Rae Ballroom, has been re-issued on Eva Records out of France.Membership Freddy Freeman (vocals and keyboards) Bob Wells (guitar) Joe Kanan (bass) Rod Eaton (drums) Discography Singles "I Love You So Little Girl" b/w "Once Upon a Melody" (Aesop's 5-6044, September 1965) "Mona" b/w "My Babe" (B-Sharp 272, March 1966) "Faces" b/w "Baby Please Don't Go" (Turtle 1103, June 1966) "Shake" b/w "Spanish Harlem" (Turtle 1105, November 1966) "I'm So Glad" b/w "20 Years Ago (In Speed's Kitchen)" (Candy Floss 101, March 1968) "Love is Just" b/w "Faces" (Parrot 338, May 1968).

The Motorcycle Industry - The Palisades (Acoustic at The Space in CT)

From "Random Songs" Download this album here! http://themotorcycleindustry.bandcamp.com/ Or get the discography here! http://themotorcycleindustry.tumblr.com Lyrics: From the palisades, we made our way Back down to the other side of your favourite bridge And we took the long way; fuck the subway Sweat-soaked train to the East side where I waste my time, Watching easy girls dabble in the plus one crowd Backpack street corps, fixed-gear cohorts, Blessed faux-Manchester galore Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We sing Hallelujah from an empty school yard Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We say, "Oh, our Father, why do you bother with us?" Your friends score their fix Man, those parsons' kids know the best way to have a good time Backseat nosebleeds, midtown club scene They'll never take me alive Let's hit the park, it's vacant after dark Except for my friends with the stylish tattoos And this vinyl princess peaked my interest, With her nihilistic views Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We sing Hallelujah from an empty school yard Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We say, "Oh, our Father, why do you bother?" And you're carrying me home from the park I think we both knew that my South Carolina state identification card Wouldn't get me far And your mother's banging on the door Should I hide in the bathroom, or leave through the window, Like that time before? Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We sing Hallelujah from an empty school yard Goodnight, goodnight Goodnight, goodnight We say, "Oh, our Father, why do you bother with us?"

Kokomos aka Four Seasons - Open House Party / No Lies - Josie 906 - 1962

DOOWOP - VOCAL GROUP HARMONY Kokomos (New York) aka The Four Seasons Personnel : Frankie Valli Thomas DeVito Nick Massi Bob Gaudio Discography : 1962 - Mama's Boy / Yours Truly (Gone 5134) 1963 - No Lies / Open House Party (Josie 906) Biography : The Four Seasons released their first single in 1961 ("Bermuda"/"Spanish Lace" on Gone Records). The single did not chart. The group began working with producer Bob Crewe as background vocalists, and sometimes leads under different group names like the Kokomos. Both singles by the Kokomos on Gone and Josie records are the 4 Seasons with a different lead singer added in there. Frankie Valli is also in there, as he can be clearly heard on all 4 songs. Possible lead singers are: Bob Crewe / Matthew Reid / Kevin McQuinn or John Corey (aka: Johnny Saber) or yet another anonymous voice - no one seems to know. But positively it is the 4 Seasons with a Bob Crewe production.

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