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4.5 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
Have Some Fun : Live At Ungano's
mpn: 0603497949335, ean: 0603497949335,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 104 reviews
To celebrate the release of Fun House in the summer of 1970, The Stooges brought the uncompromising ferocity of their second album to New York City and unleashed it within the cramped confines of Ungano's, a hole-in-the-wall club on the Upper West Side. A reel-to-reel set up in the audience recorded the manic maelstrom as the band performed the entire album -- except ''L.A. Blues'' -- along with the until-now unreleased tracks ''Have Some Fun'' and ''My Dream Is Dead.''
4.5 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
A1 Devil's Roof 3:40
A2 Bea 4:24
A3 Dizzy 3:42
A4 No Parachutes 3:12
A5 Dragonhead 4:00
B1 Fall Down 3:37
B2 I'm Alive 2:50
B3 Angel 3:25
B4 Mania 3:01
B5 The Burrow 1:20
B6 Take 4:49.
Let's Get It On
4.9 out of 5 stars with 101 reviews
A1 Let's Get It On 4:44
A2 Please Don't Stay (Once You Go Away) 3:32
A3 If I Should Die Tonight 3:57
A4 Keep Gettin' It On 3:12
B1 Come Get To This 2:40
B2 Distant Lover 4:15
B3 You Sure Love To Ball
B4 Just To Keep You Satisfied 4:35.
New York City
mpn: 0099923867821, ean: 0099923867821,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
Norah Jones New York City UK CD albumRock music CD. +Rock+Blues+Music. Rock.
Anthology of Big Band Swing, 1930-1955
mpn: 1655042, ean: 0011105062923,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
Along with Bluebird, Decca was the foremost label for big band throughout the swing era, and this two-CD set collects 40 of the best tracks from its voluminous vaults. Among the 37 bands featured: Fletcher Henderson, Jimmie Lunceford, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie ( One O'Clock Jump ), Chick Webb, Glenn Miller ( early stuff), Jimmie Dorsey, Stan Kenton, Artie Shaw, Jay McShann, Erskine Hawkins and Duke Ellington..
National Geographic: Destination New York
4.6 out of 5 stars with 52 reviews
From producer Stevan Pasero and Sugo Music, we present National Geographic Destination New York. Imagine yourself inside one of New York s legendary cabaret rooms, captivated by an intimate performance of songs from the Gershwin brothers, Irving Berlin, and other greats. In this sampling of American cabaret music, you ll discover the talent of innovative artists continuing New York s cabaret tradition. Our educational foldout and full-color map will let you peek inside the doors of the city s
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By Original Jazz Classics
mpn: 8721593, ean: 0025218679428,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
New York Blues and R&b
mpn: CDJSP7763, ean: 0788065776329,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 36 reviews
Granville McGhee, born in 1917 in Knoxville, TN, was two years younger than his brother Brownie, who contracted polio and was left with a right leg shorter than the left. Granville made him a cart and became known as 'Stick', for the wooden utensil with which he pushed the cart. Both boys learned guitar from their father. The brothers played at parties, sometimes Brownie playing piano. Then they met Lesley Riddles, a multi-instrumentalist who worked the riverboats for drinking parties escaping
Big Horn: History of Honkin Saxophone / Various
4.9 out of 5 stars with 40 reviews
A four CD set with the customary exemplary Properbox standard of packaging and presentation. Includes a fat 68 page illustrated booklet with potted biographies of the players and full discographical details. Powerful music appeal to jiving jazzers, jump rhythm n blues fans and rock n rollers..
Songs From The Vault
4.8 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews
Limited edition EP includes five previously unreleased songs by Barry Manilow.
1. Nature Boy (Brooklyn, New York - 1948)
2. Golddigger (Outtake from ''Barry'' - 1980)
3. Biggest Part Of Me - featuring Dave Koz (Outtake from ''The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties'' - 2008)
4. Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Outtake from ''The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties'' - 2008)
5. Every Breath You Take (Outtake from ''The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties'' - 2008).
The Only Living Boy in New York e.p.
sku: JUL11D04-299934, mpn: FB01, ean: 0745099221324,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
1993 Blanco Y Negro/Warner U.K. import E.P. featuring the title song (a cover of the 1970 Simon & Garfunkel tune later featured in the movie GARDEN STATE) and three others (''Gabriel'', ''Birds'' and ''Horses in the Room''). Produced and engineered by Phil Ramone, EBTG and Jerry Boys. Recorded in London..