/span> (2017/Rhythm Bomb) 12 Lieder (32:57) Digisleeve. Samuel ´Harmonica Sam´ Andersson - Vocals and MundharmonikaMartin Abrahamsson - Gesang und GitarreMagnus Lanshammar - Bass und GitarreRonni Busack-Boysen - Lead-GitarreDaniel Winerö - Drums ,- Take a big bucket of unpolished Mississippi juke jointBoogie und mischen Sie es mit einem weiteren Eimer entspanntenund den Heim-Blues. Fügen Sie eine Teetasse Sumpf-Pop, eineEsslöffel Hillbilly und ein Pfund Profan,ekstatisches Evangelium und Sie ´ll haben die Kokomo Kings.Das ist Rock ´n ´roll bevor Rock ´n ´roll geboren wurde.Nichts als primitive, groovige Samstagnachtsmusik.zum Tanzen gemacht.Die lang erwartete Fortsetzung ihres stilvollen DebütsPlatte ´Artificial Natural´ ist hier, ihr Name ist ´TooGood To Stay Away´ voller roter Rockin-Rhythmusund Blues. 12 farbenfrohe Originale beweisen einmal mehr, dass dieGeschicklichkeit und Handwerkskunst dieses dänisch/schwedischenZusammenarbeit. Lang erwartet wird das Remake von ´TheRiver Tumed To Steam´, der als 7inch erhältlich war.Version oder ´Ein verschwendeter Tag ist für immer verloren´.ein weiterer Dancefloor-Killer! Kluger Text, rohungeschliffene und primitive Rhythmen zum Tanzen !Das ist zu gut, um sich davon fernzuhalten, also beeilen Sie sich.Holen Sie sich diese kleine Platte von Ihrem örtlichen Plattenhändler.
Tracklist:1 The view from the afternoon2 I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor3 Fake Tales Of San Francisco4 Dancing Shoes5 You probably couldn´t see for the lights but you were staring straight at me6 Still take you home7 Riot van8 Red light indicates doors are secured9 Mardy Bum10 Perhaps vampires is a bit strong but...11 When the sun goes down12 From The Ritz To The Rubble13 A certain romance - CD - mainstreamrockMediaArctic Monkeys
Tracklist:1 The view from the afternoon2 I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor3 Fake Tales Of San Francisco4 Dancing Shoes5 You probably couldn´t see for the lights but you were staring straight at me6 Still take you home7 Riot van8 Red light indicates doors are secured9 Mardy Bum10 Perhaps vampires is a bit strong but...11 When the sun goes down12 From The Ritz To The Rubble13 A certain romance - Vinyl - mainstreamrockMediaArctic Monkeys
Retrouvez 7 titres Modern Rock pour guitare (notations standards et tablatures).Inclus les paroles, la ligne mélodique du chant et un CD avec les versions complètes et playbacks de chaque chanson.Titres :Charlie Brown [Coldplay]Cousins [Vampire Weekend]Days Are Forgotten [Kasabian]I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor [ArcticMonkeys]Mr Brightside [Killers, The]Pyro [Kings Of Leon]Rope [Foo Fighters]
Albion (Babyshambles)Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Green Day)Bullets (Editors)Circle. Square. Triangle. (Test Icicles)Club Foot (Kasabian)I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (Arctic Monkeys)I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Kaiser Chiefs)I See You, You See Me (Magic Numbers, The)In The Crossfire (Starsailor)Juicebox (Strokes, The)Just Friends (Nine Black Alps)Leaders Of The Free World (Elbow)Rebellion (Lies) (Arcade Fire, The)Rock N Roll Queen (Subways, The)Sky Starts Falling (Doves)Sorry (Paddingtons, The)St. Petersburg (Supergrass)Talk (Coldplay)This Town Ain´t Big Enough For The Both Of Us (British Whale)Two More Years (Bloc Party)Wake Me Up When September Ends (Green Day)Work, Work, Work (Pub, Club, Sleep) (Rakes, The).
Fans of Jojo Moyes and Marian Keyes will love The Songs of Us by Emma Cooper, a charming, funny and heartbreaking novel of love, loss and what it means to be a family. If Melody hadn´t run out of deicer that day, she would never have slipped and banged her head. She wouldn´t be left with a condition that makes her sing when she´s nervous. And she definitely wouldn´t have belted out the Arctic Monkeys´ ´I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor´ in assembly at her son´s school. If Dev hadn´t taken the kids to the zoo that day, then the accident wouldn´t have happened. He wouldn´t have left Flynn and Rose without a dad. Or shattered the love of his life´s heart. But if they hadn´t seen the missing person report that day, they might never have taken the trip to Cornwall. And, in the last place they expected, discovered what it really means to be ´Us´. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gavin Osborn, Katy Sobey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/head/001197/bk_head_001197_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´Quirky, clever, and original, this will break your heart, but put it back together again´ Katie Fforde ´This is a very special book indeed: funny, powerful, heart-wrenching and so poignant´ Jo Thomas ´One of my favourites of 2018´ Amazon reviewer Fans of Jojo Moyes, Cecilia Ahern and Marian Keyes will love The Songs of Us by Emma Cooper, a laugh-out-loud, funny and heartbreaking novel of love, loss and what it means to be a family. If Melody hadn´t run out of de-icer that day, she would never have slipped and banged her head. She wouldn´t be left with a condition that makes her sing when she´s nervous. And she definitely wouldn´t have belted out the Arctic Monkeys´ ´I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor´ in assembly at her son´s school. If Dev hadn´t taken the kids to the zoo that day, then the accident wouldn´t have happened. He wouldn´t have left Flynn and Rose without a dad. Or shattered the love of his life´s heart. But if they hadn´t seen the missing person report that day, they might never have taken the trip to Cornwall. And, in the last place they expected, discovered what it really means to be ´Us´. Readers love The Songs of Us: ´Rarely does a book come along that is as unique and mesmerising as The Songs Of Us´ ´Reminiscent of (and in my humble opinion right up there with) Me Before You by Jojo Moyes and Cecilia Ahern´s PS I Love You´ ´It had me laughing and crying in equal measures´ ´The Songs of Us will soften your heart and make you smile´ ´Get your hands on a copy now. TRUST ME.´ ´This book is something really special, I might even venture to say, perfect´ ´I laughed, cried, felt sad and felt heart-warmed in equal measures´ ´I could not put it down ... I really do highly recommend this book´
Une collection exceptionnelle de 30 chansons arrangées pour piano, chant, guitare (diagrammes d´accords). Inclus 2 CDS avec pistes démos et playbacks.Titres :Amazed [Lonestar]Angels [Robbie Wiliams]Are Yo Gonna Go My Way [Lenny Kravitz]Bright Eyes [Art Garfunkel]Can´t Take My Eyes Off You [Andy Williams]Crazy [Gnarls Barkley]Fly Me To The Moon [Frank Sinatra]Grease [Frankie Valli]Greased Lightnin´ [John Travolta]Hallelujah, I Love Her So [Ray Charles]Handbag And Gladrags [Stereophonics]Have You Met Miss Jones? [Robbie Williams]Hero [Enrique Iglesias]I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor [Arctic Monkeys]I´ll Be There For You [The Rembrandts]It´s Not Unusual [Tom Jones]Jesus To A Child [George Michael]Let There Be Love [Nat´ King´ Cole]Let´s Stay Together [Al Green]Maggie May [Rod Stewart]Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) [Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel]Me And Mrs Jones [Michael Bublé]Mr. Bojangles [Sammy Davis JNR.]The One I Love [REM]Shine [Take That]Volare [Dean Martin]Wake Me Up When September Ends [Green Day]You Raise Me Up [Josh Groban]You Sexy Thing [Hot Chocolate]You´re Beautiful (James Blunt]
DescriptionThis Little Black Book Of All-Time Hit Songs is a pint-sized collection of 72 of the most timeless and enduring tunes ever written, all presented in chord song book format including chord symbols, Guitar chord boxes and full lyrics. Included within this Little Black Book are some not-so-little hits that are universally known as some of the greatest songs ever, composed by some of the greatest artists to have graced the airwaves. Artists like Elvis Presley, Queen, Van Morrison, Marvin Gaye, Dusty Springfield, Stevie Wonder and The Rolling Stones are represented here, and the list truly does go on. Reading the contents is like looking back through time at the legends and geniuses of the musical world - those performers and bands who transcend genres and time periods to become immortal. If you´ve ever wanted to play songs like Bohemian Rhapsody (even though the list of chords takes up almost a page!), Go Your Own Way, Baby Love, as well as massive modern classics like I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor, Song 2 and Seven Nation Army then this Little Black Book of all-time hit Guitar chords is for you. With handy chord boxes, chord symbols and full lyrics, you can learn the songs exactly as these musicians have played them, and therefore nail each and every tune here. This All-Time Hit Songs book is perfect for a variety of players, with simpler songs that are stalwarts of a buskers´ repertoire as well as more challenging tunes for the advanced player. The old favourites rub shoulders with contemporary pop melodies making this Guitar chord song book perfect for musicians and audiences of all tastes. The Little Black Book Of All-Time Hit Songs packs the biggest songs into a brilliantly small size. Perfect for the home or on the move, Guitarists will love every one of these immortal hits.A Groovy Kind Of Love [Mindbenders, The] A Rainy Night In Georgia [Benton, Brook] ABC [Jackson Five] Alone Again, Naturally [O´Sullivan, Gilbert] Always On My Mind [Presley, Elvis] At Seventeen [Ian, Janis] Baby Love [Supremes, The] Baggy Trousers [Madness] Bohemian Rhapsody [Queen] Brass In Pocket [Pretenders, The] Can´t Take My Eyes Off You [Williams, Andy] Come Away With Me [Jones, Norah] Dance The Night Away [Mavericks, The] Daydream Believer [Monkees, The] December 1963 (Oh, What A Night) [Valli, Frankie] [Four Seasons, The] Do Right Woman, Do Right Man [Franklin, Aretha] Do You Really Want To Hurt Me [Culture Club] Down Under [Men At Work] Dream A Little Dream Of Me [Mama Cass] Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) [Train] Everybody Wants To Rule The World [Tears For Fears] Fire [Kasabian] Go Your Own Way [Fleetwood Mac] Have I Told You Lately [Van Morrison] Help Me Make It Through The Night [Kristofferson, Kris] Holding Back The Years [Simply Red] How To Save A Life [Fray, The] I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor [Arctic Monkeys] I Don’t Wanna Dance [Grant, Eddy] I Heard It Through The Grapevine [Gaye, Marvin] I Saw The Light [Rundgren, Todd] I’m Not In Love [10cc] It Must Have Been Love [Roxette] Jack And Diane [Mellencamp, John] Labelled With Love [Squeeze] Livin’ Thing [Electric Light Orchestra] Living Doll [Richard, Cliff] Love Shack [B-52’s, The] Maggie May [Stewart, Rod] Mercy [Duffy] More Than This [Roxy Music] Mr. Jones [Counting Crows] Mustang Sally [Pickett, Wilson] My Cherie Amour [Wonder, Stevie] My Girl [Temptations, The] Nowhere To Run [Martha & The Vandellas] Orinoco Flow [Enya] Personal Jesus [Depeche Mode] Pretty In Pink [Psychedelic Furs, The] Reach Out I’ll Be There [Four Tops] Rio [Duran Duran] Seven Nation Army [White Stripes, The] Sledgehammer [Gabriel, Peter] Smoke On The Water [Deep Purple] Song 2 [Blur] Start Me Up [Rolling Stones, The] Stupid Cupid [Francis, Connie] Take Your Mama [Scissor Sisters] The House OF The Rising Sun [Animals, The] The Loco-Motion [Little Eva] The Look Of Love [Springfield, Dusty] The Tears Of A Clown [Smokey Robinson & The Miracles] Three Times A Lady [Commodores] Total Eclipse Of The Heart [Tyler, Bonnie] Toxic [Spears, Britney] Uptown Girl [Joel, Billy] Virtual Insanity [Jamiroquai] Walk On The Wild Side [Reed, Lou] What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted? [Ruffin, Jimmy] Would I Lie To You? [Charles & Eddie] Wuthering Heights [Charles & Eddie] Young Folks [Peter Bjorn And John]
(Charly) 16 tracks ´What Foes Around, Turn Around´ runs on old maxim which still holds true. In music, as in all things to do with fashion, tastes go round in full circle. What was passe last year can well be this year´s in thing. We´ve seen *the return of the mini-skirt and now it´s the turn of 1960´s soul music to get a much deserved resurgence of popularity. Maybe it´s a sign that I´m getting old but — the explosion of rock ´n´ roll onto the scene around 1955 excepted — I can think of no other era or musical style which possessed quite the same measure of excitement and delightful discovery as did ´Sixties Soul. True, there have been many great records in the years since but I can´t imagine ever again feeling confident enough to place a standing order with my local record shop for every single release on not one but half-a-dozen labels, knowing that I´ll like every one of them! Sue, London American, Stateside, President, Jay Boy, Chess. Atlantic, Stax and Tamla Motown, were the much-sought-out UK labels amongst soul fans in those heady days. Now, two decades later, the music is ´coming back strong´ (to quote a Tony Clarke classic from the era) thanks initially to the efforts of such re-issue labels as Charly and, latterly, to the renewed chart status of oldies from the likes of Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye, thanks to the use of the songs in TV commercials. Clubs up and down the land are playing the classic songs to a whole new audience while the faithful minority (and it isn´t a small one) who have never deserted the music have taken the chance to stock up on fresh copies of their well-worn favourites. I´ve a strong conviction that both groups will find plenty to entertain them in this great album. Birdlegs And Pauline : The British version of the Sue label, run for Island Records by that colourful character, the late Guy Stevens, was *prized by ´60s soul music collectors for unearthing the real rarities from the American RUB scene. Many were great. some were abysmal, all were interesting. ´´Spring´´ was one of the most talked about UK Sue issues, and one of the most obscure in origin (indeed, it wasn´t until sitting down to pen this present sleevenote that I discovered they had an *album issued, on the Cuca label). From that LP´s sleevenote I´ve gleaned the following information! It was the idea of Chicago bluesman Shakey Jake to put the two together — Birdlegs (aka Sidney Banks) and Pauline (a good friend of Pearl Bailey). Cut originally for Cuca. the quirky ´Spring´ was picked up by Ewan Abner (later to be a Motown exec) for release nationally on Vee Jay. Bob And Ear : Men of many names, Bob and Earl first rocked the emergent British disco scene with the emminently danceable ´Harlem Shuffle´ back in 1963 but it wasn´t until re-release in 1969 that it cracked the UK top-ten. Bobby Relf also recorded as Bobby Garrett while his partner Earl Nelson also masqueraded on records — with some success — as Earl Cosby, Jackie Lee and Jay Dee. Just to further clarify things, the original Bob in the duo had been Bobby Byrd. otherwise known as Bobby Day, of ´Rockin´ Robin´ fame! * The original pairing had emerged from the Hollywood Flames. for whom Nelson sang lead on the 1957 hit ´´Buzz Buzz´´, and recorded for Class until 1959 when Relf replaced Byrd. ´Harlem Shuffle´ was originally released in the US by Marc, one of several LA based labels for which they recorded, usually under the aegis of producer Fred Smith and arranger Barry White (later to be a soul superstar) who devised a totally distinctive sound. With the Rolling Stones´ recent cover version having returned that group to its ´60s R&B roots, the time seems ripe for the original ´´Harlem Shuffle´´ to return to the nation´s dance-floors. Barbara Lewis : A product of the Ollie McLoughlin stable, which also included Deon Jackson and the Capitols, Barbara Lewis had an R&B chart-topper in 1963 with the superb ballad ´Hello Stranger´´, leased from McLoughlin´s Carla label by Atlantic, and quickly scored again with ´Baby I´m Yours´ and ´Make Me Your Baby´. Shades Of Blue: Of Shades of Blue I know nothing except that they were a white Detroit based act and that their ´Oh How Happy´ was written by Edwin Starr and was widely performed by British soul acts in the late ´60s. It was released in the UK on Sue. Brenton Wood: Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, on July 26 1941, Los Angeles´ based Brenton Wood wasn´t a one-hit wonder, he was a two-hit wonder! It was Double Shot Records who