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Name:positiva
Joined:6 Oct 2009
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Location:Portsmouth
 
 
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positiva
3rd May 2014
Preston Epps

A: Bongo Boogie
B: Flamenco Bongo
Unlike the other Preston Epp's singles on Top Rank this one is on the 'Majesty' label. The 'Original Sound' singles are to be found on a myriad of Cd's but these two tracks I cannot find anywhere on CD.

positiva
12th Aug 2013
Emile Ford And The Checkmates

A1: Counting Teardrops
A2: I'll Be Satisfied
B1: Them There Eyes
B2: Question
This EP is outside the scope of the Pye EP numbering system which ran from 24001-24302 (1955-1968). The EP appears to have no title and might well be a disc specifically made for Jukeboxes.
A search has found Pye NEP.24501 & 24503 which are by the Irish Tenor Michael O'Duffy.

positiva
4th Jun 2013
Bill Haley And His Comets

A: Rock The Joint
B: Yes Indeed!
This record was released by 'London' to capitalise on the success of Bill Haley & the Comets on 'Brunswick' (a fellow Decca UK label). 'Rock the Joint' was Haley's first release on the Essex label in 1952 and had not previously been given a UK release.
'Yes Indeed!' had been released on the 'Trans-World' label in July 1956 (According to the 'Rockin' Country Style' website). This label was owned by Dave Miller who was one of the co-owners of 'Essex'.

positiva
5th Feb 2013
Little Richard

A: Ooh! My Soul
B: True, Fine Mama
The 'B' Side 'True, Fine Mama' was incorrectly numbered '624' and later corrected to '633'

positiva
8th Jan 2013
Buddy Holly

A: Midnight Shift
B: Rock Around With Ollie Vee
This is the first recording of 'Rock Around with Ollie Vee' (Matrix 100440) and not the version released on US Decca 9-30434 (Matrix 101033). The US release has a sax break at 1.46 whereas the UK Issue has a guitar break. The sax player is now thought to be E. R. Dutch McMillin.


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Ron Goodwin And His Concert Orchestra

Ron Goodwin Specials (No. 2)

A1: Jet Journey
A2: Red Cloak
B1: The Messenger Boy
B2: Elizabethan Serenade
Parlophone UKGEP 8699Oct 1958EP0 
Jeanne Black

A: He'll Have To Stay

Jeanne And Janie

B: Under Your Spell Again
Capitol UKCL 15131May 19607"27.5
Jack Scott

A: Burning Bridges
B: Oh, Little One
Top Rank UKJAR 375May 19607"2 
Charlie Feathers

Charlie Feathers

A1: Gone Gone Gone
A2: Tongue Tied Jill
B1: Folsom Prison Blues
B2: Don't Let Me Cross Over
Charly UKCEP 116Sep 1977EP1 
Floyd Cramer

A: Lovesick Blues
B: The First Hurt
RCA UKRCA 1284May 19627"0 


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