Saturday, July 30, 2016

V/A - Only five songs





















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From my personal collection.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Mike Di Napoli - Mike Di Napoli Plays Honky Tonk Classics






Mike Di Napoli Plays Honky Tonk Classics.rar
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LP from my personal collection.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Effi Netzer With Beit Rothschild Singers And Band – This Is Israel

Effi Netzer With Beit Rothschild Singers And Band – This Is Israel (Israeli Folk Songs And Dances)
Label: Marble Arch Records – MAL 1138
Format: Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Mono 
Country: UK
Released: 1965
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Klezmer







Tracklist Hide Credits
A1 Hava Nagila
Written-By – Folk
A2 Eretz Zavat Halav
Written-By – Gamliel*
Written-By [Bible] – Traditional
A3 Ez Vakevess
Written-By – M. Shalem
A4 Debka Haabir
Written-By – N. Sharabi*
A5 Nigun Atik
Lyrics By – M. Kashtan*
Music By – A. Ne'eman*
A6 Horrah Nirkoda
Written-By – M. Lavry*
A7 Finjan
Lyrics By – H. Heffer*
Music By – Folk
A8 Maim Maim
Music By – Amiran*
Written-By [Bible] – Traditional
A9 Tapuach Chenani
Lyrics By – M. Dor*
Music By – J. Hadar*
B1 Hevenu Shalom Aleichem
Written-By – Folk
B2 Hava Netze Bemachol
Written-By – Folk
B3 Krakoviyak
Written-By – Folk
B4 Horrah Ne'urim
Lyrics By – A. Ben-Zeev*
Music By – Effi Netzer
B5 Bat Hacarmel
Lyrics By – A. Bar-Am
Music By – Effi Netzer
B6 Debka Hilel
Lyrics By – A. Ben Zeev*
Music By – Effi Netzer
B7 Chedvat Ne'urim
Lyrics By, Music By – Effi Netzer
B8 Hineh Ma Tov
Written-By – Folk
B9 Boi Tama

Lyrics By, Music By – Effi Netzer
Companies, etc.
Made By – Hataklit Ltd.
Credits
Accordion – Effi Netzer
Chorus, Ensemble – Beit Rotschild Singers And Band*
Notes
(c) PYE RECORDS LTD 1969 DISTRIBUTED BY PYE RECORDS (SALES) LTD. A.T.V. HOUSE GREAT CUMBERLAND PLACE LONDON W.1. 

Release date according to the label discography.







LP from my personal collection.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Perry Como - Dream Along With Me

Perry Como – Dream Along With Me





Label: RCA Camden – CAS 403(e)
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue 
Country: US
Released: 1957
Genre: Pop
Style: Vocal

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Me And My Shadow
Accompanied By – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra
Written-By – Al Jolson, Billy Rose, Dave Dreyer
2:54
A2 Without A Song
Accompanied By – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra
Written-By – Billy Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans
3:12
A3 More Than You Know
Accompanied By – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra
Written-By – Billy Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans
3:20
A4 Blue Skies
Accompanied By – Russ Case And His Orchestra, The Satisfiers
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:18
A5 My Melancholy Baby
Written-By – Ernie Burnett, George A. Norton
2:57
A6 Girl Of My Dreams
Accompanied By – The Satisfiers
Written-By – Sunny Clapp
3:12
B1 Chincherinchee
Accompanied By – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra
Backing Vocals – The Ray Charles Chorus
Written-By – John Jerome
2:24
B2 If I Loved You
Written-By – Rodgers & Hammerstein
3:14
B3 They Say It's Wonderful
Accompanied By – The Satisfiers
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:32
B4 I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
Accompanied By – Russ Case And His Orchestra, The Satisfiers
Written-By – Billy Rose, Fats Waller, Harry Link
2:07
B5 Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
Accompanied By – The Satisfiers
Written-By – Benny Davis, Joe Burke (3), Mark Fisher (3)
3:11
B6 Dream Along With Me (I'm On My Way To A Star)
Accompanied By – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra
Backing Vocals – The Ray Charles Singers
Written-By – Carl Sigman
2:50

Companies, etc.
Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
Credits
Illustration – David Plourde
Notes
Label Variation: solid light blue background, the front of the jacket has a black background with artwork by Plourde 

Stereo effect reprocessed from monophonic. Dynaflex logo on the back of the jacket & this LP is especially thin and flexible.

PERRY  COMO

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LP from my personal collection.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Trini Lopez – Welcome To Trini Country



Trini Lopez – Welcome To Trini Country
Label: Reprise Records – RS 6300
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album 
Country: US
Released: 1968
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gentle On My Mind
Written-By – John Hartford
2:32
A2 Crazy Arms
Written By – C. Seals, R. Mooney
2:20
A3 DevIl Woman
Written-By – M. D. Robinson
3:25
A4 Once A Day
Written-By – Bill Anderson 
2:00
A5 Green, Green Grass Of Home
Written-By – Curly Putman
3:10
A6 Good Old Mountain Dew
Written By – T. L. Garrett
Written-By – J. Clement, T. Lopez
2:02
B1 Flowers On The Wall
Written By – Lewis DeWitt
2:14
B2 If The Whole World Stopped Lovin'
Written-By – Ben Peters
2:30
B3 Lonely Weekends
Written-By – C. A. Rich
2:14
B4 Four Strong Winds
Written-By – Ian Tyson
2:27
B5 Shanghied
Written By – Wilkin
Written-By – Tillis
2:09
B6 Mental Journey
Written-By – Leon Ashley, Margie Singleton
1:57

Credits

Arranged By – Don Tweedy
Producer, Liner Notes – Snuff Garrett
Recorded at Columbia Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Vocal accompaniment by The Jordanaires

AllMusic Review by Greg Adams  
Trini Lopez is one eclectic guy. Starting out as a would-be teen idol before becoming a purveyor of folk hits and oldies in the raucous, stripped-down style that brought him fame, Lopez further added to his melting pot of styles by cutting this country album in 1968. Traveling to Nashville with Snuff Garrett, a producer known for his work with pop acts like Bobby Vee and Gary Lewis, Lopez made a surprisingly straightforward and serious country record. On Welcome to Trini Country, Lopez mostly covers recent country hits and classics like "Flowers on the Wall," "Crazy Arms," and "Devil Woman," sticking to a recognizably country sound that, on "Good Old Mountain Dew," could even pass for bluegrass. Kudos to Lopez for cutting "Shanghied," an excellent Webb Pierce B-side that never became a hit for anyone. The series of cover photos that show Lopez wearing cowboy duds and posing with Johnny Cash, Chet Atkins, Marty Robbins, and Floyd Cramer might give the impression that Lopez intends to hang his saddle in Trini Country for keeps, but when he interjects a lusty "sock it to me" in the middle of "Lonely Weekends," you know he's only passing through.

LP from my personal collection.