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In Concert 9/9/94
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
The master of the Telecaster burns it up on this live set from 94.Shrink-wrapped.
Conway Twitty: Greatest Hits Live
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 70 reviews
This never-before-released, rare performance was caught on video in 1992 just before Conway Twitty's untimely death. This footage has since been in the possession of the Twitty family. Experience 8 of Conway's #1 hits and crowd favorites performed live, from ''Hello Darlin''' to ''Desperado Love'', ''It's Only Make Believe'' and more. Throughout his career transformation from rock 'n' roll teen idol to country music superstar, Conway Twitty's rich, down-home voice has spoken to the souls of
4.5 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
New, never openedShipped in a timely manner,with care.
Live in Las Vegas
4.6 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews
When Elvis Presley played Las Vegas between 1969 and '76, many rock & rollers screamed sellout. Today, every rock act plays Vegas. When Elvis came to town, it was the event. RCA--still uncovering unreleased stuff decades after the King's death--celebrates his Vegas legacy with two complete, previously unreleased shows from '69 and '70; a CD of previously released material from '70 (much of it taken from the classic Elvis Onstage, February 1970 album); and a fourth CD of mostly rarities from '74
Roy Orbison - Live at Austin City Limits
4.8 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
One of the music industry's most honored legends takes the stage for this classic performance featuring his most beloved, chart-topping hits. Take a front seat for an unforgettable night at Austin City Limits with the one, the only Roy Orbison. Songs: Only the Lonely, Leah, Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream), In Dreams, Mean Woman Blues, Blue Angel, Lana, Blue Bayou, Candy Man, Crying, Ooby Dooby, Hound Dog Man, Working for the Man, That Lovin' You Feelin' Again, (Go, Go, Go) Down the Line,
The Man In Black - The International Johnny Cash
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 148 reviews
This album features eight originals sung by Johnny Cash in German, plus two in Spanish. The CD also contains a duet with Shel Silverstein and Cash ('A Front Row Seat To Hear Ole Johnny Sing'), and the remaining titles are from German artists with their own German versions of Cash songs, including 11 songs performed by Gunter Gabriel and one song each from Bruce Low, Kurt Stelly, Jurgen Huerbst, Donald Wolf and Ralf Bendix..
Live at Town Hall Party 1958/1959 [Vinyl]
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews
Following in the footsteps of our ultra-cool Johnny Cash Town Hall Party LPs, we're back with three more live-in-the-studio sessions from '58-'59, featuring Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran and Merle Travis. Taken from Tex Ritter's legendary Town Hall Party television series, our LPs capture rockabilly legends Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran and guitar-picking icon Merle Travis at the absolute top of their games, each playing incredible live material -- and never before released on vinyl. If you missed
Nashville at Newport
4.7 out of 5 stars with 110 reviews
Country stars play the 1963-1968 Newport Folk Festivals on this collection of 30 unreleased performances! Includes Folson Prison Blues; I Walk the Line Johnny Cash; Wabash Cannonball Roy Acuff; The Battle of New Orleans Jimmie Driftwood; Blue Smoke Ike & Don Everly, and more. A fascinating illustration of the changes wrought by the waning folk revival, this ample set culls 31 performances from the Newport Folk Festivals from 1963 to '68, surely the event's most vital and traditionally grounded
Live at Star Club Hamburg
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 100 reviews
Medium 1Mean Woman BluesHigh School ConfidentialMoney (That's What I Want)MatchboxWhat'd I Say, Part 1What'd I Say, Part 2Great Balls Of FireGood Golly Miss MollyLewis' BoogieYour Cheating HeartHound DogLong Tall SallyWhole Lotta Shaking Goin' On Take one oversize talent with an ego the size of the chip on his shoulder. Put him in front of a frenzied German audience, and set him loose. What do you have? One of the greatest live albums in rock & roll history. Recorded in 1964 at the same club
NBC-TV Special '68 Comeback!
4.5 out of 5 stars with 72 reviews
As pivotal a moment in his career as ''That's Alright, Mama'' and ''Heartbreak Hotel,'' this was the show that put Elvis Presley back on his throne. It came at a time when the Beatles, the Stones, Hendrix, and acid rock ruled the genre and followed a decade of nothing but mostly lousy Elvis movies. On December 3, 1968, the camera panned in on the King's incredibly handsome face: ''If you're lookin' for trouble, you came to the right place,'' he snarled before bursting into a terrific ''Guitar
Tear it up
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 80 reviews
(1993/Receiver) 18 Songs. Good SoundMedium 1Blast OffRunaway BoysStray Cat StrutRockabilly Rules O.K.Rock This TownSexy And 17Built For SpeedTonights The NightPlease Make Up Your MindStray Cat BluesLook At That CadillacThe Race Is OnTear It UpOh BoyBring It Back AgainI Fought The LawSomething's Wrong With My RadioBe-Bop-A-Lula.
The Big D Jamboree Live! Volumes 1 & 2
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
From 1948 until the 1960s, Dallas's Big ''D'' Jamboree stage and radio show was the region's Grand Ole Opry, offering local favorites and major stars every Saturday. Unlike the conservative Opry, the Jamboree's music reflected Texas's more freewheeling sound. Drums and saxophones were common and, from the mid-'50s on, so was rockabilly. Beyond visiting stars (Cowboy Copas, Ferlin Husky, and a youthful Johnny Cash) the show was sustained by house acts like the explosive, sensual Charline Arthur,
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 35 reviews
Elvis Presley ~ Alternate Aloha.
Live in New York
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 129 reviews