9 thoughts on Tequila - Various - Turn Back The Hands Of Time: Great Orchestras Of The 50s And 60s (CD)

  1. Gogor   Jukasa
    VARIOUS - TURN TO STONE, VOL. 1 REPRESSED. Great collection of 14 rare, obscure and amazing mid 60s US local garage 45s so rare that original copies go upwards the $ mark. LP has straight ahead boss garage rock, snotty punkers, thrilling teen coolness & magical moody winners.
  2. Tar   Sajar
    The records here are all rare rock singles from the late 60s and early 70s – tunes from that time when UK mod was turning into freakier, trippier modes – but Rob also makes sure that most of these numbers have strong basslines or really great drums – which means that the whole thing groove s a lot more than any other collection of rare.
  3. Akinosar   Vogore
    Jun 10,  · Tupelo Drive-In presents JOHNNY A show. Drive-In and Restaurant Seating Available. For nearly 20 years Johnny A. has travelled the world effortlessly gliding through, bending and blending, musical genres to deliver his own unique style of instrumental guitar music. Never content with complacency, and always up for a challenge, Johnny again takes an adventurous musical left turn to .
  4. Nenos   Shakora
    The B’s The B’s () With big hair, big tunes and big voices, the B’s surreal new wave offered them as a freakbeat take on Devo, with the spiralling Planet Claire (featuring Fred Schneider’s unmistakable deadpan bark), the Martian disco of Rock Lobster, and Dance this Mess Around, a girl group parody in which the seeds of riot grrl are sewn with Cindy Wilson’s scowling.
  5. Nisida   Kazizilkree
    Blues researcher Paul Oliver who helped lead me in the right musical direction in the s, said of the Reverend Gary Davis that he was “one of the great folk guitarists of our time, and one of the last of a great tradition”. Certainly he was unique, being a street singer but not a bluesman although he could and did sing the blues.
  6. Zolokora   Vorisar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Turn Back The Hands Of Time: Great Orchestras Of The '50s And '60s on Discogs.
  7. Bragami   Damuro
    Jul 29,  · Paste compiled the best songs of the s by whittling down a list of more than songs. View (or listen) to the best hits from the '60s here!Author: Hilary Saunders.
  8. Kegis   Kazikinos
    The still-touring Domino, an icon from the first generation of rock'n'roll, began recording for Imperial Records in the late '40s, and by the '50s and early '60s he had amassed more worldwide hits and sales than any other artist except for Elvis Presley. His tradition-drenched hits, driven by sax sections and piano, have stood the test of time.
  9. Shamuro   JoJozilkree
    Dec 31,  · It is comfort for the soul in 3/4 time. Another reminiscence about Virginia is rendered on “Don’t Forget This Song”. With a slide guitar, this somewhat fatalistic observation (Doomed for eternity ”) balances itself with the refrain, “ May forget the singer, but don’t forget the song ” Again a great turn of phrase by A.P.

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