This release combines Lalomie’s first solo album “My Music Is Hot” (1977) with all of her singles and b-sides from the ‘70s Parachute recording era. Includes the singles ‘My Love Is Hot (Caliente Un Amour), ‘Man Power (Can You Do It)’, ‘Double Funkin’ and ‘Two Sides’, plus all b-sides and alternative mixes from each of her early releases on Parachute.
28 tracks forming the rambunctious soundtrack for this cult movie featuring angst-ridden girls with guns in an exceedingly hokey plot line.
With dialogue snippets and a host of brash confrontational juvenile delinquent anthems – all taken from the wild and exotic side of the Cramps’ crazy collection – it’s an epic B-movie.
Active as a solo recording artist between the years of 1975-1981, Chris Rainbow wrote and recorded three very highly regarded albums, Home Of the Brave (1975), Looking Over My Shoulder (1978) and this release, his third full length recording, White Trails (1979), as well as a collection of singles throughout his valued career.
This is the first reissue of Kissing The Pink’s second studio album “What Noise”, originally released in 1984. It’s appearing on CD for the very first time.
This special edition includes the 12 original album tracks plus seven related bonus tracks.
So here we have Tammy’s first two solo albums from 1967 and 1968 containing two No. 1 singles ‘Take Me To Your World’ and Grammy winner ‘I Don’t Wanna Play House’. Other hit singles featured are ‘Apartment #9’ and ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’.
Includes cover versions of top country songs of the time ‘Ode To Billie Joe’, ‘There Goes My Everything’, ‘Walk Through This World With Me’, ‘Almost Persuaded’ and ‘Don’t Come Home A’Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind).
Phil’s, was the higher register voice of the legendary Everly Brothers.
These are the two solo albums that Phil Everly recorded in London for the UK’s PYE label in 1974 and 1975.
“There’s Nothing Too Good For My Baby” (Released in the US as “Phil’s Diner”) was co- produced by Phil and Terry Slater who also co- wrote nine of the eleven songs, with help on ‘It’s True’ from Warren Zevon who had worked in the backing band of the Everlys and was about to launch his own solo career.
· Most people will know the music of Frank Mills without even realising.
· From the mid to late seventies Frank enjoyed phenomenal success world-wide with his trademark "lounge" music, in particular the ‘Music box Dancer’ single which has received more than two dozen gold albums, over one million radio plays not to mention the coveted Grammy nomination in 1980.
· Let Frank soothe you!
Kim’s second album, a UK Top 20 hit when originally released in 1982, finally gets a proper CD release
Includes the hit singles ‘Cambodia’ (UK No.12, Australia No.2), ‘View From A Bridge’ (UK No.16, Australia No.2) and ‘Child Come Away’ (UK No.43)
As a bonus we have added five previously non LP tracks including the ultra rare ‘Bitter Is Better’
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The first reissue for Andrew Ridgeley’s debut album ‘Son Of Albert’ that was originally released in 1990, four years after the break-up of Wham!.
This Special Expanded Edition has been remastered using the original production master tapes.
This Special Expanded Edition includes the nine original album tracks from the vinyl release plus 7 related bonus tracks. This includes ‘Shake (Hardcore)’ that was featured on the CD version of the album.
Vern Gosdin was nicknamed "The Voice" by his peers. He had 19 top-ten solo hits on the Country music charts from the late 1970s through to the early 1990s“Chiseled in Stone”: Gosdin signed with Columbia in 1987.“Alone” was an album in a traditional country style and included his final number-one hit: ‘I'm Still Crazy’.
The Vernons Girls were originally a choir that were formed as part of the social activities of the Liverpool-based Vernon's football Pools company. The company saw it as a unique form of promotion and initially sponsored the project. At first, the singers were drawn exclusively from the staff of young women who checked the public's pools coupons. In the event, demand for the girls to give public performances grew far beyond expectation. Remarkably, women would seek employment with Vernons simply as a means of breaking into show business.
Tammy Wynette, known as the “First Lady of Country Music”, was one of the music’s truly iconic figures. This much beloved entertainer who, during a twenty-seven year recording career saw the release of 42 studio albums and charted 73 singles.
“You And Me”, with its title track scoring a two week run at the top of the Billboard Country charts in October 1976, headed up an album featuring a diverse range of material. Willie Nelson’s ‘Little Things’ is a catch-up ‘phone conversation between a separated couple, ‘Jesus Send A Song’ equates religion with the Nashville music scene surroundings, and southern emotions live on with ‘Dixieland (You Will Never Die)’.
“Let’s Get Together” from 1977 was well- acclaimed, not least of all because several songs came close to her recordings of a few years earlier, her inimitable “sob-in-the-voice” letting the listener know about holding your man, losing your man and what to do afterwards. Among the songwriters who contributed to the collection are the Statler Brothers Don and Harold Reid (‘You Could Be Coming To Me’) and Rafe Van Hoy (‘Cheatin’ Is’) while Tammy shared credit with George Richey on ‘Loving You, I Do’.
• In 2015, legendary jazz-funk outfit The James Taylor Quartet convened in James’ home studio in Kent to record two albums entitled “House of Funk Parts 1 & 2” for the independent library music company Audio Network. Along with James’ assistance, Cherry Red have worked to compile these albums into what is now known as “Quick Fire – The Audio Network Sessions”.
• Following on from James’ partnership with Cherry Red on the 2015 release “The Rochester Mass”, these dynamic and exciting recordings are now available on CD for the very first time.
• Recorded ‘live’ in the studio and produced by the man himself.
• Quick Fire joins the list of highly regarded James Taylor Quartet library music albums, following 2000’s “Swinging London”, 2004’s “The Hustle” and 2007’s “The Cinema Sessions”.
Regardless of the brilliance of Dudley Moore's celebrated comic partnership with Peter Cook, his marriages and abundant romantic assignations, the relationship which was surely most dear to him was with music. He could pull hilarious classical pastiches - like Beethoven 'variations on Colonel Bogey', and Britten's 'Little Miss Muffett' - out of seemingly thin air. The music he wrote with such nuance in 1968 for Stanley Donen's film Bedazzled has established an incredible reputation for that score as one of the best of the decade, while the popular Dudley Moore Trio proved to be the perfect vehicle for both his compositional explorations and joyful performance skills. Dudley displayed an intimate classical knowledge and jazz was in his very soul.
Tom T. Hall has been dubbed The Storyteller, The Poet of Nashville and the Mark Twain of Country Music.
One thing’s for sure – Tom T. Hall is one of the all-time great songwriters, with the multi-million-selling ‘Harper Valley P.T.A.’ being his most well-known composition.
“Ol’ T’s In Town” was released in 1979 and produced three chart singles, ‘You Show Me Your Heart (And I’ll Show You Mine)’, ‘ The Old Side Of Town’ and ‘Jesus On The Radio (Daddy On The Phone)’.
“A Soldier Of Fortune” covers diverse ground with the title track, penned by Gary Sefton, finding the singer in bluegrass territory accompanied by the genre’s Jimmy Martin and the Osborne Brothers, while the only other non-original, Shel Silverstein’s wonderful ‘Me And Jimmie Rodgers’, recalls innocent days and childhood heroes. Otherwise it’s original material throughout, with the writer recounting more past times, (‘Back When Gas Was Thirty Cents A Gallon’) and characters (‘The World According To Raymond’), while ‘Texas Never Fell in Love With Me’ is a humorous contradiction of the cowboy lifestyle.