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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

The Music That Makes Me Dance - Carole Martin

Going Out Of My Head
The Music That Makes Me Dance
Carole Martin
Live At The Point

From the back cover: Smack dab in the middle of suburbia, "split levels-ville," Minneapolis' Golden Valley district you will find the Point Supper Club. The Point is located just across the street from Golden Valley City Hall. It seats about 150 people and caters to customers who represent a middle income segment of both adults and young adults.

I Don't Want To Talk About It
The Look Of Love
I Guess I Should Have Loved Him More
Hallelujah, I Love Him So
The Music That Makes My Dance
The More I See You
My King Of Town
I Wish You Love
Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You
Going Out Of My Head
How Deep Is The Ocean

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Hulda At The Summit

Malaguena Salerosa

Hulda At The Summit
Recorded October 14, 1968 at Jones Studio-Houston

From the back cover: Hulda was born in Reykjavik, Iceland where singing is a vital part of everyday life.

After long hours of recording these songs, arranged by Jim Hintikka whose delicate touch on guitar adds much to this album, we believe it is all here under this cover photograph taken one evening as Hulda sang in the Fire Room of the Luxurious Summit Club in Downtown Houston.

Lil Marlene
Tiny Bubbles
Yellow Bird
A Sprengisandi
Somewhere My Love
La Vie En Rose
Malaguena Salerosa
Geng Eg Farm a Gnnypur
The Happy Wanderer

Friday, September 5, 2014

Watch Over My Little Girl - The Vibrators

Check It Out
Watch Over My Little Girl
The Vibrators
Green Dolphins

From the back cover: In the beginning of their careers, many groups are victimized by restricting labels that inhibit their growth as musicians. Tags such as "acid-rock" and "soul" can retard the ascent of a group's quest for now musical horizons. Not so with The Vibrators - they refuse to be limited by name-calling.

My Little Girl
Check It Out
Jive Talkin'
Love Won't Let Me Wait
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
I Came Here
Why Can't We Be Friends
Living For The City
The Way We Were