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Buy the Box Set now: http://amzn.to/YV9g6T Download the collection now: http://bit.ly/WZUUSc Cameo-Parkway is the fabled Philadelphia label that brought the world such classic artists as Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, Dee Dee Sharp, The Tymes, Patti Labelle and her Blue Belles, Frankie Beverly, ? & The Mysterians and others. It was America's leading independent label during the era that preceded the British invasion with a breathtaking range of pop, soul, rock, novelty and dance records that have continued to resonate with fans over the past five decades. It has been argued that popular culture was forever changed by the impact of Cameo-Parkway hits. The labels' biggest claim to fame are the string of dance craze hits that followed in the wake of "The Twist." These included "Mashed Potato ...
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Parkway Drive - 'Atlas' New Album October 2012 Album: Atlas Label: Epitaph Genre - Metal / Hardcore Country - Australia Web - https://www.facebook.com/parkwaydrive TrackList: 01: Sparks (0:00) 02: Old Ghost/New Regrets (2:19) 03: Dream Run (5:08) 04: Wild Eyes (9:17) 05: Dark Days (13:28) 06: The River (17:40) 07: Swing (23:08) 08: The Slow Surrender (26:40) 09: Atlas (30:53) 10: Sleight Of Hand (35:02) 11: Snake Oil And Holy Water (39:29) 12: Blue And The Grey (42:19) 'Subscribe for more leaks from similar artists before their official release dates. Thanks!!' Download on: Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/preorder/atlas/id557834497 Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Parkway-Drive/dp/B009B91VQ8
Label: Stupido Records - Finland - 2001 Album: Kernel - Ballad Of Linus Torvalds Artists: Kernel (Brandi Ifgray / Tuomo Puranen) - Finland Label: http://www.stupido.fi Album: http://www.discogs.com/Kernel-Ballad-... Artists: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Brandi+... / http://www.discogs.com/artist/Tuomo+I... Tracklist: 1 Ballad Of Linus Torvalds 2 Southbound Vertigo Parkway 3 Ghost Of The Valley Tracks 1 and 2 are music from the documentary film THE CODE, the history of LINUX, created by Linus Torvalds.
Since they first came roaring out of Byron Bay in 2003, PARKWAY DRIVE have never taken a backward step. From playing local shows to making multiple trips around the world, they've scaled heights previously unheard of for an Australian hardcore or metal band. Signing to prestigious US label Epitaph, scoring a Top 6 ARIA berth for 2007's Horizons album, selling-out countless shows at home as well as in Europe, the UK, North America and Asia... it's been one triumph after another. They've been on a whirlwind adventure with barely any time for looking back. Until now... PARKWAY DRIVE: "THE DVD" is a documentary looking at the rise and rise of the Byron juggernaut. Featuring archival footage dating right back to the early days, the film follows the quintet from humble beginnings on the beach...
1964 Beatles Cover Band on DJ Parkway label For sale starting 17 April 2016 on ebay at Wrigley Records www.wrigleyrecords.com Disclaimer – There is no intention to infringe on any copyrights, so if anybody has a legitimate copyright claim with this upload, please let me know and I will take it down immediately. Otherwise, enjoy! -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Two fabulous Northern Soul dancers offered on this extremely RARE STOCK copy - some ligt surfae marks but pays beautfully - check out the double soundfile lifted directly off this disc De Vonns Parkway: 976 Artist De Vonns Label Parkway: 976 Format 45 A side Put Me Down B side Freddie Year 66 City philadelphia, pa Tracklisting For Bon-o-can Productions Written & Produced By Al Cleveland & Arthur Crier Flip Written By Paul Martin £ 40.00 @ http://www.raresoulman.co.uk/d/236415/DE_VONNS https://www.facebook.com/groups/JohnManship/ ★★★★★ Manship's Price Guide - Edition 6 ★★★★★ http://www.raresoulman.co.uk/d/209399/MANSHIPS_PRICE_GUIDE MANSHIP'S RARE SOUL 45 GUIDE EDITION 6 first class shipping within the UK £8.00 Priority Fed Ex 24 hours to Europe £15 Priority Fed Ex 24 hours to USA £1...
2 killer Sister Northern Soul sides in flawless condition throughout Baines, Vickie Parkway: 957 DJ Artist Baines, Vickie Label Parkway: 957 DJ Format 45 A side Losing You B side Got To Run Year 65 City philadelphia, pa Tracklisting Arranged By Leroy Glover Written By Mike Lewis, R. Lisu & E. Philips Produced By Mike Lewis & Stuart Wiener Flip Written By Mike Lewis, J. Sauter £ 100.00 @ http://www.raresoulman.co.uk/d/46172/BAINES,_VICKIE https://www.facebook.com/groups/JohnManship/ ★★★★★ Manship's Price Guide - Edition 6 ★★★★★ http://www.raresoulman.co.uk/d/209399/MANSHIPS_PRICE_GUIDE MANSHIP'S RARE SOUL 45 GUIDE EDITION 6 first class shipping within the UK £8.00 Priority Fed Ex 24 hours to Europe £15 Priority Fed Ex 24 hours to USA £15 Priority Fed Ex 24 hours to Japan or Australi...
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Written by Kal Mann and Dave Appell. The Orlons’ follow up to their #2 charting, “The Wah Watusi” was this uptempo and totally infectious recording, which reached #4. It was released in the UK on Pye Records’ newly launched Cameo-Parkway label in December 1962. This launching gave the Philadelphia label its own outlet in the UK and Pye stepped up by creating this vivid black and red label, inspired by the Cameo label in the US. Previous Cameo-Parway recordings had been released in the UK on EMI’s Columbia label. “Don’t Hang Up” charted at #39 in the UK in January, 1963;, giving the group their only UK chart appearance. It got a boost by being played regularly on a BBC radio show hosted by Jack Jackson. Today, of course, all of the Orlons’ recordings are highly thought of by collectors.
The Chicago-based Parkway label issued some pioneering blues records including this early Little Walter side from the period before he became well known as a harmonica player. On 'Moonshine Blues' he plays guitar and is accompanied by Muddy Waters on second guitar, and 'Baby Face' Leroy Foster on drums.
To an old county town long ago,
Just as the evening sun went below,
Entered the hotel bar on the hill,
Stranger who called himself, Brigalow Bill.
Called for a glass of ale and a smoke,
Didn’t have much to say, hardly spoke,
Nothing about his past, did he tell,
Twenty five years ago, Brigalow Bill.
Fashion of dress and style of swag roll,
Even the way he walked plainly told,
Even the slightest glance would reveal,
City man breed and born, Brigalow Bill.
Over the years he sank further down,
He was the derelict drunk of the town,
Everyone laughed and teased him at will,
Topic of all their jokes, Brigalow Bill.
Anyone in the town on a spree,
Always had Brigalow Bill come to me,
Even in drink his tongue would be still,
Never spoke of his past, Brigalow Bill.
Then to the town a rodeo came,
One of the Brahma bulls broke its chain,
Everyone left the streets running wild,
Nobody saw a small wondering child.
Suddenly came a loud savage roar,
Out in the street they all looked and saw,
Stopped with a gun the beast lay there still,
Over the form of poor Brigalow Bill.
Brigalow Bill’s address in his grave,
Time for the unknown boy that he saved,
Nothing was known of his past until,
After the death of poor Brigalow Bill.
Photograph of his wife and a note,
Telling of her new love so she wrote,
Nothing was known of his past until,
After the death of poor Brigalow Bill.