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Various - History Records - The "Space Age" Starts 1957 FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: History Records - The "Space Age" Starts 1957
Released: 2013
Style: Rock & Roll, Vocal, Doo Wop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1585 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1891 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1570 mb
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Complete your Various collection. Various ‎– History Records - The "Space Age" Starts 1957. Label: History-Records ‎– none.

Iron Age – is not part of prehistory for all civilizations who had introduced written records during the Bronze Age. Protohistory – Period between prehistory and history, during which a culture or civilization has not yet developed writing but other cultures have already noted its existence in their own writings; the absolute time scale of "protohistory" varies widely depending on the region, from the late 4th millennium BCE in the Ancient Near East to the present in the case of uncontacted peoples.

The focus of this volume of Space Age Pop, as the title implies, is on percussion instruments. Within the space age pop rubric, this didn't just mean drums, but all sorts of exotic (by the standards of the '50s and early '60s) touches on vibes, xylophones, bongos, steel drums, and even some instruments more associated with ethnomusicology studies, such as the Burmese gong. The music itself, though, isn't much different from what's found on other Space Age Pop volumes: imaginative easy listening, sometimes goofy, sometimes bizarre.

The following grading conditions apply to the vinyl component of an album or single: Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. We tend to be pretty suspicious about these things, so if the shrink-wrap doesn't look original, or if the record seems to have undergone some damage over time, we'll probably take it out of the wrapper to ensure that it's in good shape - which is why we don't have more of these. Even sealed records tend to have one or two slight faults, enough to usually qualify them for a grade of NM- or lower. We've often found that records which are clearly unplayed will have a slight amount of surface noise, especially in quieter recordings. Black vinyl that may show a slight amount of dust or dirt. Should still be very shiny under a light, even with slight amount of dust on surface.

The Space Age is generally considered to have begun with Sputnik 1 in 1957. Much of the technology originally developed for space applications has been spun off and found additional uses, memory foam is an example of this.

Tracklist

1 Elvis Presley (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)
2 Ray Conniff Doin' The Twister
3 Buddy Holly Every Day
4 Pat Boone April Love
5 Little Richard I'll Never Let You Go
6 Jerry Lee Lewis I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye
7 Elvis Presley All Shook Up
8 Ray Conniff Walkin' The Bop Again
9 Elvis Presley Too Much
10 The Shepherd Sisters Alone (Why Must I Be Alone)
11 The Drifters Fools Fall In Love
12 Ray Conniff Hand Around
13 Carl Perkins Your True Love
14 Ray Conniff Walkin' The Bop
15 Fats Domino Wait And See
16 Larry Williams Short Fat Fanny
17 Clarence "Frogman" Henry Ain't Got No Home
18 Ray Conniff The Spinner
19 Pat Boone Why Baby Why
20 Elvis Presley That's When Your Heartaches Begin
21 Andy Griffith Mama Guitar
22 Everly Brothers I Wonder If I Care As Much
23 The Ames Brothers Tammy
24 Ray Conniff Swingin' The Bop
25 Johnnie Ray You Don't Owe Me A Thing
26 Little Richard Send Me Some Lovin'
27 The Coasters The Idol With The Golden Head
28 The Platters My Dream
29 Ray Conniff The Drop
30 Pat Boone Bernardine
31 Lee Andrews & The Hearts Teardrops
32 The Ames Brothers Melodie D'amour (Melody Of Love)
33 Ray Conniff Honky-Tonk Rock-Around
34 Ray Conniff The Flea Hop
35 The Rays Silhouettes
36 Brenda Lee Dynamite
37 Ray Conniff Just Boppin'
38 The Charts Deserie
39 Chuck Willis C. C. Rider
40 Marty Robbins A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)
41 Chuck Berry Oh Baby Doll
42 The Heartbeats Everybody's Somebody Fool
43 Elvis Presley Jailhouse Rock
44 Ray Conniff Play A Guitar Solo
45 Johnnie & Joe Over The Mountain, Across The Sea
46 The Chantels Maybe
47 Carl Perkins Matchbox
48 Dale Hawkins Susie Q
49 Elvis Presley Losing You
50 Lloyd Price Just Because
51 Fats Domino Valley Of Tears
52 Ernie Freeman Raunchy
53 Eddie Cochran Sittin' In The Balcony
54 Ricky Nelson A Teenager's Romance
55 Sam Cooke (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
56 Paul Anka Diana
57 Everly Brothers Wake Up Little Susie
58 McGuire Sisters Sugartime
59 Larry Williams Boney Moronie
60 Bobby Helms My Special Angel
61 Sam Cooke I'll Come Running Back To You
62 Buddy Holly Peggy Sue
63 Mickey & Sylvia Love Is Strange
64 Connie Francis Who's Sorry Now
65 The Tune Weavers Happy, Happy Birthday Baby
66 Joe Bennett And The Sparkletones Black Slacks
67 Jerry Lee Lewis Crazy Arms
68 Chuck Berry Rock & Roll Music
69 Fats Domino I'm Walking
70 Eddie Cochran Drive In Show
71 Gene Vincent Lotta Lovin'
72 Jackie Wilson Reet Petite
73 Joy Layne Your Wild Heart
74 Ricky Nelson Stood Up
75 The Chordettes Just Between You And Me
76 Buddy Knox Party Doll
77 Jerry Lee Lewis Great Balls Of Fire
78 Ruth Brown Lucky Lips
79 Danny & The Juniors At The Hop
80 Jodie Sands With All My Heart
81 Chuck Berry School Day
82 The Del-Vikings* Come Go With Me
83 Little Richard Jenny, Jenny
84 The Diamonds Little Darlin'
85 Jimmie Rodgers Honeycomb
86 Buddy Holly, The Crickets Oh Boy
87 The Crew Cuts Young Love
88 Sam Cooke You Send Me
89 The Bobbettes Mr. Lee
90 Pat Boone Don't Forbid Me
91 The Coasters Searchin'
92 Everly Brothers Bye Bye Love
93 The Platters I'm Sorry
94 The Diamonds Silhouettes
95 Bill Justis Raunchy
96 The Del-Vikings* Cool Shake
97 Buddy Holly, The Crickets That'll Be The Day
98 Ralph Marterie Shish-Kebab
99 Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
100 Little Richard Keep A Knockin'