12. Sep. 2014, 12:04 von mickeywillis
9. Feb. 2014, 0:39 von BromadrosisFor this edition, rather than a point system, I shall employ a new system that is intended simply to give a general impression of the quality of a release.
If a release isn't rated yet, it just means I put it in the list so as not to forget to listen to and rate it later ;-)
Obviously these ratings are coloured by personal taste, so, you know, chill out if I say something you like is the musical equivalent of horse manure.
http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/Bromadrosis/canstock3951364_zps39f00835.jpg?t=1391903253http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/Bromadrosis/canstock3951364_zps39f00835.jpg?t=1391903253http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/Bromadrosis/canstock3951364_zps39f00835.jpg?t=1391903253 = Superb! Must hear for all open-minded music lovers
http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/Bromadrosis/canstock3951364_zps39f00835.jpg?t=1391903253http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e152/Bromadrosis/canstock3951364_zps39f00835.jpg?t=1391903253 = Good to very good, recommended to all fans of parent genre (e. …
28. Aug. 2013, 1:47 von KurtBell
4. Jul. 2012, 22:09 von KurtBell
10. Dez. 2009, 4:29 von UhwelluhTwo hour program covering different shades of boogie woogie.
Swing Plus #89
12/8/09 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1-Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie – Clarence Pinetop Smith
2-Lux’s Boogie – Meade Lux Lewis
3-Slow & Easy Blues – Jimmy Yancey
4-Boogie Woogie live – Pete Johnson & Albert Ammons
5-Celeste Boogie – Freddie Slack
6-Boogie Woogie Boogie – Erroll Garner
7-Boogie Woogie Cocktail live – Kenny Kersey
8-Boogie Woogie Came to Town – Louis Jordan
9-Cow Cow Boogie (Cuma-Ti-Yi-Ay) – Ella Fitzgerald & Mills Brothers
10-I Boogied When I Should Have Woogied – Will Bradley
11-Drum Boogie – California Swing Cats
12-The Boogie & the Blues – Camille Howard
13-Hamp’s Boogie Woogie live – Lionel Hampton
14-Cuban Boogie Woogie – Jack Jenney
15-Boogie Woogie pt 1 & pt 2 – Django Reinhardt
16-Brazilian Boogie – Lena Horne
17-Buryat Boogie – Roswell Rudd
18-Boogie Bop Blues – Duke Ellington
19-Yodel Boogie – Rosalie Allen
20-Sax-o-Boogie – Sam Donahue
31. Mai. 2009, 2:59 von musicdishLos Angeles, CA - Astrella Celeste, the deeply talented, internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter is proud to be releasing her much-anticipated EP Blue Star debuting live at her upcoming CD release party at the Hotel Café on Thursday, June 4th, 2009 at 7pm. Credits for her soon-to-be released EP, Blue Star, the Spanish translation of Astrella-Celeste, make for interesting reading. Written by Astrella, with Kevin Hunter (Sheryl Crow), the album is a cavalcade of talent. Produced by Yoad Nevo (Sugababes, Goldfrapp), with string arrangements by the legendary John Cameron (Les Miserables, Jose Carreras), and featuring Rat Scabies on drums, Andy Hobson (Pretenders) on bass, this album will have fans clamoring for more. Interest in Astrella has been high with features already appearing in on ABC News, FOX & Friends, Sunday Times Magazine, OK! Magazine, Hello, Daily Mail and more.
Blue Star embodies Astrella Celeste's lyrical and relaxing spirit by fusing jazz, pop and country and delivers a sound that is uniquely her own. …
20. Mai. 2009, 4:52 von UhwelluhA smattering of swing-related recordings from the 1990s. A fellow dj called in to say that playing Pat Boone's cover of Paradise City was "way over the line."
Swing Plus #61
5/19/09 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1-As Long As I’m Singin’ – Brian Setzer Orchestra
2-You’re the Boss – Brian Setzer Orchestra
3-Go Daddy-O – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
4-Swing Lover – Indigo Swing
5-Night Life Boogie – J Street Jumpers
6-New Blowtop Blues – Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers
7-Happy Go Lucky Local – LINCOLN CENTER JAZZ ORCHESTRA
8-Summertime – Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks
9-Back Bay Boogie – Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks
10-Blues in the Dark – Kansas City Band
11-Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off – Harry Connick Jr.
12-Cry Me A River – Harry Connick Jr.
13-Hit That Jive Jack – Diana Krall
14-Fly Me to the Moon – Tony Bennett
15-Paradise City – Pat Boone
16-Brazil – Pink Martini
12. Jan. 2009, 5:55 von gworley
12. Sep. 2008, 9:38 von DarrenStockfordBrixton Academy, 10 September 2008
As an 11-year-old, my record collection was small but proud. It was funded largely by my pound-a-week pocket money, and deciding what to buy - mainly from Woolworth's in Aldershot - was a serious business. One of the singles that found its way into my record box was The Race Is On by Dave Edmunds with the Stray Cats (as it was billed on the exciting picture sleeve). I had no idea who this Edmunds fella was but I knew that the Stray Cats rocked, as I'd bought their debut album with some holiday money after the hits Runaway Boys and Rock This Town had captured my ear.
Fast-forward 27 years, to 2008, and I'm standing in Brixton Academy awaiting the on-stage arrival of Brian Setzer, Lee Rocker and Slim Jim Phantom - the three cool Cats who'd stared out at me from those early record sleeves. After two decades of Stray Cats abstinence, I caught the bug again in 2004, when the band reformed for a European tour. …
6. Apr. 2008, 21:09 von white_r