Over his career, Eddie Money scored eleven Top 40 pop & rock hits between 1978 and 1991. His self-titled debut album included the classic rock staples \"Baby Hold On\" and \"Two Tickets to Paradise\" and sold two million albums in the U.S. In 1986, Money scored big again with \"Take Me Home Tonight,\" a Top 5 single that earned him a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. By the late 1990s, Money could be seen in guest spots on The Drew Carey Show and The King of Queens. He sadly passed away in 2019.
2006s Offer the Light is the second release from Noctorum, the collaboration of Marty Willson-Piper (The Church, All About Eve, The Saints) and multi-instrumentalist/producer Dare Mason (The Church, Placebo, Wedding Present). Following the bands most successful album to date, 2019s The Afterlife, and 2021s Record Store Day vinyl release of their debut Sparks Lane, this reissue of Offer The Light is eagerly awaited, especially as both The Afterlife and Sparks Lane sold out immediately and are currently out of print. . Offer The Lights sonic blueprint doesnt stray too far from The Churchs blend of Velvet Underground menace and the Byrds glorious jangle. Its a rather beautiful 70s rock album, along the lines of Pink Floyd, but not too far from the band for which Willson-Piper is most famous. It will available for the first time ever on Orange Vinyl with download code, exclusively for Record Store Day 2023.
This brand new release for Record Store Day 2023 captures the bands complete show in Brussels, newly remixed by Tom Dalgety from the soundboard multi-tracks. During their 2009 reunion tour, alternative rock pioneers Pixies performed their seminal album Doolittle in full, plus B-sides and an encore of greatest hits. Featuring raucous versions of Doolittle era classics such as Debaser, Tame, and Gouge Away plus fan-favourite deep cuts including Dancing The Manta Ray, There Goes My Gun, and Weird At My School Doolittle Live In Brussels, 2009 is an essential release for Pixies fans. Pressed on 2 x 140g green and blue translucent vinyl, housed in a wide-spine sleeve featuring UV spot-gloss detailing and printed inner sleeves.Side A 1. Dancing The Manta Ray 2. Weird At My School 3. Bailey's Walk 4. Manta Ray 5. Debaser 6. Tame 7. Wave Of Mutilation Side B 1. I Bleed 2. Here Comes Your Man 3. Dead 4. Monkey Gone To Heaven 5. Mr. Grieves 6. Crackity Jones 7. La La Love You Side C 1. No. 13 Baby 2. There Goes My Gun 3. Hey 4. Silver 5. Gouge Away 6. Wave Of Mutilation (UK Surf) Side D 1. Into The White 2. U-Mass 3. Vamos 4. Gigantic 5. Where Is My Mind
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CoastersFrom 1956 to 1961, the Coasters released a string of classic singles that reflected the life of the American teenager with keen wit and hot, rocking harmonies. Invariably those songs were written, produced and arranged by the duo of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The union of a black vocal group with two Jewish songwriters was one of the most propitious in rock history. Leiber and Stoller's witty, street-smart \"playlets\" were sung with sly, clowning humor by the Coasters and accompanied by the hot, honking \"yakety sax\" of King Curtis. The Coasters' parlayed their R&B roots into rock and roll hits by delivering Leiber and Stoller's serio-comic tunes in an uptempo doo-wop style. Beneath the humor the songs often made incisive points about American culture for those willing to dig a little deeper.
The group underwent a few lineup changes over the years (Lou was replaced in 1946 by Jayne Bundesen, who was in turn replaced by Tootsie Dinning in 1952), but their albums for Capitol sold consistently well, including their debut release Songs by the Dinning Sisters which held the top spot on the charts for 18 weeks. Marriages and children eventually demanded the act's attentions, but the family remained involved in music, from Jean Dinning writing the song \"Teen Angel\" to the sisters' nephew Dean playing bass for alterna-rockers Toad the Wet Sprocket. In 1988, Collectors Choice released an outstanding collection of the Dinning Sisters greatest hits, which is well worth checking out.
Four AcesOne of the most successful pre-rock vocal groups, the Four Aces did well during the early '50s with a narrow range of pop material but burned out before decade's end. Founded by Navy shipmates Al Alberts and Dave Mahoney, the act added Lou Silvestri and Sol Vaccaro before making a name for themselves around their native Philadelphia. After failing to find a distributor for their debut single \"(It's No) Sin,\" Alberts founded his own Victoria label to release the single. It became a big hit in late 1951 and sold a million copies. Signed to Decca before the end of the year, their debut single for the label, \"Tell Me Why,\" just barely missed the top of the charts and sold a million copies as well. A few Top Ten hits followed during the early '50s before the theme to Three Coins in the Fountain hit number one in 1954. Another movie theme, \"Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing,\" spent over a month at the top during 1955. 781b155fdc