We pay tribute to the muse of one of rock’n roll’s earliest hits, Peggy Sue, who passed away yesterday in Lubbock, Texas.
Taken from the Modern Harmonic release, Country Jazz.
This compilation highlights the best of the best science fiction soundtrack work from one of Hollywood’s masterful soundtrack composers.
Chuck Berry’s 1957 debut album might not contain all the hits from the era–Berry was a singles man, after all–but it is a fine document of Berry’s versatility as a guitarist. This expanded edition also includes a handful of beloved contemporary singles.
Doo Wop group The Platters have stood the test of time, still sounding fresh sixty years later. This twofer offers their first two albums, with the added bonus of their iconic, non-album singles that made them a household name.
Gotta love the frenetic energy of wild man Screamin’ Jay Hawkins….
The long-running jazz quartet’s fine 1957 self-titled album sees a reissue, with bonus tracks from a long-lost 1956 session. It’s an essential album from one of the best jazz combos of all time.
Corky Hale is one of the world’s premiere harpists, a child prodigy turned teenage TV personality via her appearances on the Freddy Martin show, and then to a gig accompanying Liberace, which suddenly beget opportunities left and right, performing and recording with musicians of all stripes and genres. For the quality of her self-titled… Read More ›