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"1956 Rock N Roll Era Box Set by Time Life Music (2 LPs)" - Product Image
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"1956 Rock N Roll Era Box Set by Time Life Music (2 LPs)"

Digital Remaster LP Pressing. Artists and Tracks Include: Carl Perkins "Blue Suede Shoes" - Fats Domino "I'm In Love Again" - The Five Satins "I'll Remember (In The Still Of The Night)" - Chuck Berry "Roll Over Beethoven" - Gene Vincent "Be-Bop-a-Lula" - Bill Doggett "Honky Tonk" - Fats Domino "Blueberry Hill" - Little Richard "Rip It Up" - The Cadets "Stranded In The Jungle" - Ray Charles "Drown In My Own Tears" - Frankie Lymon "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" - Bill Haley and the Comets "See You Later, Alligator" and more!
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"Carl Perkins, Ol' Blue Suede's Back" - Product Image
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"Carl Perkins, Ol' Blue Suede's Back"

Classic Analog LP Pressing. Carl Perkins is one of the forefathers of Rock N Roll and a true icon. This album is Carl at his best playing that big guitar of his and singing the following Rock Classics. Tracks Include: "Rock Around The Clock" "That's All Right" "Kaw-liga" "Tutti Frutti" "I'm In Love Again" "Blues Suede Shoes" "Be Bop A Lula" "Mabellene" "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" "Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes" "Shake Rattle & Roll" "Rock On Around The World"
SKU Number: DOLP 208
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"Carl Perkins, Whole Lotta Shakin' " - Product Image
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"Carl Perkins, Whole Lotta Shakin' "

Classic Analog LP Pressing. Tracks Include: "Whole Lotta Shakin'Goin'On" "Tutti-Frutti" "Shake, Rattle and Roll" "Sittin' on the Top of the World" "Ready Teddy" "Long Tall Sally" "That's All Right" "Where the Rio de Rosa Flows" "Good Rockin' Tonight" "I Got a Woman" "Hey, Good Lookin'" "Jenny, Jenny"
SKU Number: DOLP COLUM1234
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"Curtis Counce, You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce #138" - Product Image
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"Curtis Counce, You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce #138"

CURTIS COUNCE - YOU GET MORE BOUNCE WITH - 45 RPM SEALED 2 LP SET LIMITED EDITION NUMBERED #138 OF THE 1000 PIECES EVER PRESSED. Sold Out Forever Last Copy. Here's How it was done: Using only the original analog master tapes, the renowned team of Steve Hoffman & Kevin Gray remastered and cut all of the titles at AcousTech Mastering, which features a pure Class-A disc-cutting system. AcousTech is located at Record Technology, Inc. the plant where the vinyl was pressed. It is a tremendous sonic advantage to have the pressing plant plating department & mastering room in the same facility as Steve & Kevin could cut a lacquer and plated immediately. This prevents the degradation of the grooves in a lacquer which is very fragile to quick deterioration. And of course cutting at 45 speed is the audiophile choice for the highes quality. A 45-RPM record is sonically superior to a 33 1/3 variety because of a 35 percent reduction of groove curvature compared to a 33 1/3 cut.. It means that while you can't fit as much music into a 45, the undukations of the groove that your cartridge has to track are stretched over a longer distance. For these reissues, the music was displaced onto four sides, meaning each side contains about 10 minutes of music. This is the ultimate reissues. In the 1950s, the Curtis Counce Group was the West Coast answer to the East Coast hard bop, epitomized by groups such as Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Horace Silver Quintet. The brilliant pianist Carl Perkins, an early casualty of the jazz life, and who Miles Davis once identified as his favorite pianist, was at the core of this exceptional band. Harold Land, who was fresh from the Clifford Brown/ Max Roach band, and who has gone on in the nearly forty years since this album was recorded to international acclaim, and the vastly underrated trumpeter Jack Sheldon round out the front line. The fiery Frank Butler (who the legendary Count Basie drummer Jo Jones once called the greatest living jazz drummer) and Kansas City native, Curtis Counce, who had had recent stints with Stan Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Art Pepper and Gerald Wilson formed the rock-solid rhythmic underpinnings that propelled the band. Characterized by the solid musical concept and sound quality normally associated with Contemporary, this album is sonically, musically, and historically outstanding. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Complete 2. How Deep Is The Ocean 3. Too Close For Comfort 4. Mean To Me 5. Stranger In Paradise 6. Counceltation 7. Big Foot
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"Elvis Presley, G.I. Blues CD" - Product Image
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"Elvis Presley, G.I. Blues CD"

Special Deluxe Collector's Edition - Exclusive 28-page booklet - complete original soundtrack plus 9 additional alternate masters and out-takes. Digitally remastered. The 1997 reissue of G.I. BLUES is remixed from the original three-track master tapes, and includes extra tracks. This limited edition of the reissue includes a deluxe 28-page booklet. This is the soundtrack to Elvis' fifth movie, made in early 1960. The version of "Blue Suede Shoes" on this soundtrack was recorded in 1960 and is different from the 1956 single version.Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals, guitar); Scotty Moore, Tiny Timbrell, Neal Matthews Jr. (guitar); Jimmie Haskell (accordion); Dudley Brooks (piano); Ray Siegel (bass); D. J. Fontana, Frank Bode, Bernie Mattinson (drums); The Jordanaires (background vocals).Reissue producers: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, Roger Semon.Recorded at RCA Studios and Radio Recorders, Hollywood, California between April and May 1960. G.I. BLUES, Presley's first movie following his return from military service was, like most of his '60s movies, a light romantic comedy with plenty of musical numbers. As the decade progressed and the Presley movie formula ossified, Hollywood and Colonel Tom expended less effort finding suitable musical material for Presley to sing. Presley's earliest '60s movies, however, usually boasted strong soundtracks, and G.I. BLUES is among the best of them. Best, of course, is the Carl Perkins classic "Blue Suede Shoes," but also excellent are a "Such A Night"-like boogie entitled "Tonight Is So Right For Love," the title track, and several lovely ballads, among them "Pocket Full Of Rainbows," "Wooden Heart," and the lullaby "Big Boots." Overall, G.I. BLUES doesn't rock quite as hard as Elvis' pre-Army soundtracks, but it does demonstrate considerably more life than most of the soundtracks that followed. In fact, Presley's movies might not be the object of derision they are today had Presley's handlers worked harder at getting him material of this quality for his later films. Track listing 1. Tonight Is So Right For Love 2. What's She Really Like 3. Frankfort Special 4. Wooden Heart 5. G.I. Blues 6. Pocket Full Of Rainbows 7. Shoppin' Around 8. Big Boots 9. Didja Ever 10. Blue Suede Shoes 11. Doin The Best I Can 12. Tonight's All Right For Love 13. Big Boots - (fast version) 14. Shoppin' Around - (previously unreleased, alternate take 11) 15. Frankfort Special - (take 2, fast version) 16. Pocketful Of Rainbows - (alternate take, 2) 17. Didja Ever - (previously unreleased, alternate take) 18. What's She Really Like - (alternate take, 7) 19. Doin' The Best I Can - (alternate take, 9)
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"Paul MCartney, Run Devil Run - U.K. EMI Release from 1999" - Product Image
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"Paul MCartney, Run Devil Run - U.K. EMI Release from 1999"

PAUL MCCARTNEY -RUN DEVIL RUN- ORIGINAL U.K. EMI RELEASE 1999 OUR LAST COPY FOREVER ORIGINAL PACKAGING - These FOREIGN pressings are sent with the vinyl outside of the jackets when being shipped to the U.S. to protect the covers from damage. Once inside the our wherehouse we then protectively seal the title in a loose re-sealable plastic cover to ensure the quality of the product. This title is brand new & never played condition. Don't Miss out BECAUSE THIS TITLE IS NOW CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT AND COULD BE GONE FOREVER. Whenever Paul McCartney's storied life has hit personal or professional hard times, he's wisely returned--figuratively and literally--to his musical foundations. In the Beatles' final, troubled days, it was Get Back, the aborted return-to-roots project salvaged as Let It Be, and during his late-'80s solo doldrums it was the '50s rave-up CHOBA B CCCP (a.k.a. the "Russian Album"). In the wake of Linda's passing, McCartney "gets back" to a motley dozen '50s hits, B-sides, and obscurities, and pens three surprising originals that neatly fit their mold. Using a band of seasoned British vets (including Pink Floyd's Dave Gilmour and Mick Green from Johnny Kidd & the Pirates on guitars, and Deep Purple's Ian Paice on drums) whose own unbridled affection for this music radiates from every track, McCartney tackles the familiar (Gene Vincent's "Blue Jean Bop," Elvis Presley's "All Shook Up") and unfamiliar (the Vipers' UK skiffle hit "No Other Baby," Carl Perkins's "Movie Magg") alike with enthusiasm, if not slavish devotion, as witnessed by his nifty zydeco revamp of Chuck Berry's "Brown Eyed Handsome Man." The Mac originals "Try Not to Cry" and "What It Is" (and the choice of Ricky Nelson's "Lonesome Town") seem to deal not-so-obliquely with his love and loss, yet are delivered with an upbeat confidence that seem to belie his mourning. In the end, Run Devil Run may be as much personal exorcism as it is loving musical recapitulation, and McCartney is in peak vocal form throughout 1. Blue Jean Bop 2. She Said Yeah 3. All Shook Up 4. Run Devil Run 5. No Other Baby 6. Lonesome Town 7. Try Not to Cry 8. Movie Magg 9. Brown Eyed Handsome Man 10. What It Is 11. Coquette 12. I Got Stung 13. Honey Hush 14. Shake a Hand 15. Party
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"Porky's Revenge Soundtrack - Mint MFSL Aluminum CD" - Product Image
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"Porky's Revenge Soundtrack - Mint MFSL Aluminum CD"

PORKY'S REVENGE - VARIOUS ARTISTS ThIS MFSL title MYMUSICFIX IS offering is a collectors masterpiece that has been out of print for decades and MINT CONDITION. This is a last chance for our customers to enjoy this rare piece of audiophile musical history. Don't Miss out Each MFSL ALUMINUM CD was pressed directly from the original studio master session tapes ; the purest source of musical information and engineered to produce the finest CD sound quality available. Every compact disc delivers the music to you with all the depth, dynamics, and richness of the live recording session. Invite you to hear the three-dimensional quality of the music just as the artist intended for it to sound. The proprietary mastering technology extracts and transparently stores more musical information from the original master tapes than any other method in existence. For the discriminating listener, the results include: a wider range of frequencies, increased depth and room dimension cues, clarity, and separation of instruments. The technology substantially decreases characteristics such as hardness and glare E-BAY STORE. FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL RARE OUT OF PRINT MFSL SELECTIONS - INDIVIDUAL TITLE INFORMATION OR INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE JUST HIT THIS STORES TAB >. & TYPE IN MFCD INTO THE SEARCH FIELD WITHIN OUR STORES SECTION AS YOUR PERSONAL CODE AND ALL INDIVIDUAL TITLES + INFORMATION WILL APPEAR Collectors Note: Do your home work and you will soon realize that you will be one of the last people in the world to own this sonic gem still in it's MFSL original Aluminum CD MINT CONDITION. Track Listings 1. High School Nights - Dave Edmunds 2. Do You Wanna Dance - Dave Edmunds 3. Sleepwalk - Jeff Beck 4. I Don't Want to Do It 5. Stagger Lee - The Fabulous Thunderbirds 6. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins 7. Peter Gunn Theme - Clarence Clemons 8. Queen of the Hop - Dave Edmunds 9. Love Me Tender - Willie Nelson 10. Philadelphia Baby - Crawling King Snakes 11. Porky's Revenge! - Dave Edmunds
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"Pre Fab, Music That Inspired John Lennon & Paul McCartney - Various Artists"

Out Of Print CD. Features song by the original artists that the Beatles covered on their first five records--very rare. Tracks And Artists Include: "Top Notes/ Twist & Shout" "Larry Williams/ Dizzy Miss Lizzy" "Barrett Strong/ Money" "The Coasters/ Young Blood" "The Crickets/ Don't Ever Change" "Buddy Holly/ Crying, Waiting, Hoping" "Carl Perkins/ Glad All Over" "Ray Charles/ I,ve Got A Woman" "Chuck Berry/ Too Much Monkey Business" "Little Richard/ Ooh My Soul" "The Matvelettes/ Please Mr. Postman" "Roy Orbison/ Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)" "Roy Hamilton/ I'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Cry (Over You)" "Arthur Crudup/ That's All Right" "Ann-Margret/ I Just Don't Understand" "Smokey Robinson & The Miracle/ You Really Got A Hold On Me" "Everly Brothers/ So How Come (No One Loves Me)" "Little Eva/ Keep Your Hands Off My Baby" "Tommy Roe/ Sheila" "Chan Romero/ Hippy Hippy Shake".
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"Retro Autorama Turntable with 16 LPs" - Product Image
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"Retro Autorama Turntable with 16 LPs"

New Retro AutoRamaTurntable. All LP's included in this listing are Long Out of Print and tremendously Rare. The Turntable will assist you in getting back in the vinyl groove while having some real party fun available whenever it's put to use. This turntable will become a centerpiece of fun & pleasure spinning tones the old retro way. The Crosley Broadcaster Style Turntable plays at three speeds,33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records. The turntable was introduced in the late 50's & provided music lovers with a sense of independence, allowing them to easily cart their record player from one location to another. The popularity of this unit was due on no small part to its portability, but also to its style finishing touches that became Crosley hallmark. So whether you choose Ella Frizgerald or Elvis, celebrate your vinyls in portable style. Features - AM/FM Radio - Illuminated Electronically assisted Dial Turner - External FM Antenna - Auto Return Tone Arm - Adjustable Tone Control - 3 speed belt driven turnable - Plays at 3 speeds - Dynamic full range stereo speakers - Diamond Stylus Needle - UL listed - Auxiliary Output - with 90 day limited warranty. 1956 / The Rock n Roll Era Discography / SIDE ONE has Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins / Im In Love Again by Fats Domino / I will Remember by The Five Satins / The Fool by Sanford Clark / Let The Good Times Roll by Shirley and Lee / Eddie My Love by The Teen Queens. SIDE TWO has Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry / Love Is Strange by Mickey and Sylvia / Be-Bop-a-Lula by Gene Vincent / My Prayer by The Platters / Honky Tonk (Part 2) by Bill Doggett. SIDE THREE has Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino / Rip It Up by Little Richard / Stranded in the Jungle by The Cadets / Treasure of Love by Clyde McPhatter / Down In My Own Tears by Ray Charles / Young Love by Sonny James. SIDE FOUR has Long Tall Sally by Little Richard / Why Do Falls Fall In Love by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers / Fever by Little Willie John / See You Later, Alligator / Since I Met My Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter. 1959 The Rock n Roll Era Discography SIDE ONE has Charlie Brown by The Coasters / A Teenager In Love by Dion and the Belmonts / So Fine by The Fiestas / Donn by Richie Valens / Dream Lover by Bobby Darin and 16 Candles by The Crests. SIDE TWO has Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price / What d I Say by Ray Charles / I Cried A Tear by LaVern Baker / I Want To Walk You Home by Fats Domino and Sea of Love by Phil Phillips. SIDE THREE has Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford / Poison Ivy by The Coasters / Kansas City by Wilbert Harrison / The All-American Boy by Bill Parsons / A Lovers Question by Clyde McPhatter and Sleep Walk by Santo and Johnny. SIDE FOUR has There Goes My Baby by The Drifters / Personality by Lloyd Price / Ive Had It by The Bell Notes / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) by The Impalas and Come Softly To Me by The Fleetwoods. 1960 Rock n Roll Discogrphy SIDE ONE has Save The Last Dance For Me by The Drifters / Finger Poppin Time by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters / Walk Dont Run by The Ventures / Wonderful World by Sam Cooke/ He Will Break Your Heart by Jerry Butler and A Thousand Stars by Kathy Young and the Innocents. SIDE TWO has Only The Lonely by Roy Orbision / Good Timin' by Jimmy Jones / Sweet Nothins by Brenda Lee / Walking to New Orlenas by Fats Domino and Alley-Ooop by The Hollywood Argyles. SIDE THREE has Handy Many by Jimmy Jones / Lonely Blue Boy by Conway Twitty / Angel Baby by Rosie and the Originals / Chain Gang by Sam Cooke Lets Go, Lets Go, Lets Go by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters and Calendar Girl by Neil Sedaka. SIDE FOUR has Stay by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs / New Orleans by Gary U.S. Bonds / You Talk Too Much by Joe Jones / Let The Little Girl Dance by Billy Bland and Image of a Girl by The Safaris. 1945 Timelife - Your Hit Parade On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe/Johnny Mercer - You Belong To My Heart/Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra - Rum and Coca-Cola/The Andrews Sisters - It Might As Well Be Spring/Dick Haymes - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Tampico/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - There! I've Said It Again/Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - There Goes That Song Again/Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - It's Been A Long, Long Time/Harry James and His Orchestra - If I Loved You/Perry Como - Candy/Johnny Mercer, Jo Staff and The Pied Pipers - A Little On The Lonely Side/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Gotta Be This or That/Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - I'll Buy That Dream/Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes - I Can't Begin To Tell You/Bing Crosby - Till The End Of Time/Perry Como - I'm Beginning To See The Light/Harry James and His Orchestra - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive/Johnny Mercer - Caldonia/Louis Jourdan and His Tympany Five - Laura/Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dream/The Pied Pipers - Don't Fence Me In/Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters - Sentimental Journey/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)/Perry Como 1946 Timelife - Your Hit Parade Sioux City Sue/Bing Crosby - I Got The Sun In The Morning/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Ole Buttermilk Sky/ Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - You Keep Coming Back Like A Song/Dinah Shore - Prisoner of Lover/Perry Como - Stone Cold Dead In The Market (He Had It Coming)/Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jourdan - Personality/Johnny Mercer - I Don't Know Enough About You/Peggy Lee - Doin' What Comes Natur'lly/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Oh! What It Seemed To Be/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - To Each His Own/The Ink Spots - Shoo-Fly Pie (and Apple Pan Dowdy)/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - Surrender/Perry Como - South America, Take It Away/Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters - Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)/Dinah Shore - I'm A Big Girl Now/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Symphony/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief/Betty Hutton - The Gypsy/Ink Spots - Come Rain Or Come Shine/Margaret Whiting - They Say It's Wonderful/Perry Como - The Whole World Is Singing My Song/Les Brown and His Orchestra - The Old Lamp-Lighter/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye 1949 Timelife - Hit Parade Mule Train/Frankie Laine - Careless Hands/Mel Torme - Again/Doris Day - Room Full of Roses/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Baby, It's Cold Outside/Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer - Some Enchanted Evening/Perry Como - A Little Bird Told Me/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Forever and Ever/Russ Morgan - Galway Bay/Bing Crosby - My Darling, My Darling/Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae - Don't Cry Joe/Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra - Riders in the Sky/Vaughn Monroe - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm/Les Brown - Slipping Around/Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Bali Ha'i/Perry Como - That Lucky Old Sun/Frankie Laine - Maybe It's Because/Dick Haymes - So Tired/Russ Morgan - Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Powder Your Face with Sunshine/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Someday/Vaughn Monroe - "A" - You're Adorable/Perry Como with Fontaine Sisters - Cruising Down The River/Blue Barron - Far Away Places/Margaret Whiting 1952 Timelife - Hit Parade The Glow-Worm/The Mills Brothers - Wheel of Fortune/Kay Starr - Maybe/Perry Como and Eddie Fisher - Half As Much/Rosemary Clooney - Slow Poke/Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys - You Belong To Me/Jo Stafford - Lady of Spain/Eddie Fisher - Delicado/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Kiss of Fire/Georgia Gibbs - I'm Yours/Don Cornell - The Little White Cloud That Cried/Johnny Ray - Lover/Peggy Lee - Sugarbush/Doris Day and Frankie Laine - Wish You Were Here/Eddie Fisher - Jambalaya/Jo Stafford - Blue Tango/Leroy Anderson and His "Pops" Concert Orchestra - I Went To Your Wedding/Patti Page - High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)/Tex Ritter - Tiger Rag/Les Paul and Mary Ford - Tell Me Why/The Four Aces - A Guy Is A Guy/Doris Day - Here In My Heart/Al Martino - Any Time/Eddie Fisher - Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart/Vera Lynn 1953 Timelife - Hit Parade Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes/Perry Como - Side by Side/Kay Starr - You You You/The Ames Brothers - April in Portugal/Les Baxter and His Orchestra - Vaya con Dios /Les Paul and Mary Ford - I'm Walking Behind You/Eddie Fisher - Ricochet/Teresa Brewer - No Other Love/Perry Como - Oh!/Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo/Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer - Rags to Riches/Tony Bennett - The Doggie In The Window/Patti Page - Dragnet/Ray Anthony and His Orchestra - Many Times/Eddie Fisher - Till I Waltz Again With You/Teresa Brewer - The Song From Moulin Rouge/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Keep It A Secret/Jo Stafford - Ruby/Richard Hayman and His Orchestra - Eh, Cumpari/Julius La Rosa - I Love Paris/ Les Baxter and His Chorus and Orchestra - Changing Partners/Patti Page - Pretend/Nat "King" Cole - Baubles, Bangles and Beads/Peggy Lee - P.S. I Love You/The Hilltoppers
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"Retro Suitcse Turntable with 16 LPs" - Product Image
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"Retro Suitcse Turntable with 16 LPs"

Retro Suitcase Turntable. Take it anywhere. It's portable. All LP's included in this listing are Long Out of Print and tremendously Rare. The Turntable will assist you in getting back in the vinyl groove while having some real party fun available whenever it's put to use. This turntable will become a centerpiece of fun & pleasure spinning tones the old retro way. The Crosley Portable Suitcase Style Turntable plays at three speeds,33 1/3, 45 & 78 RPM Records. The protable turntable was introduced in the late 50's & provided music lovers with a sense of independence, allowing them to easily cart their record player from one location to another. The popularity of this unit was due on no small part to its portability, but also to its suitcase style finishing touches that became Crosley hallmark. So whether you choose Ella Frizgerald or Elvis, celebrate your vinyls in portable style. Features - 3 speed belt driven turnable - Plays at 3 speeds - Dynamic full range stereo speakers - Manaul return tone arm - Adjustable tone control -Diamond Stylus Needle - UL listed - with 90 day limited warranty. 1956 / The Rock n Roll Era Discography / SIDE ONE has Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins / Im In Love Again by Fats Domino / I will Remember by The Five Satins / The Fool by Sanford Clark / Let The Good Times Roll by Shirley and Lee / Eddie My Love by The Teen Queens. SIDE TWO has Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry / Love Is Strange by Mickey and Sylvia / Be-Bop-a-Lula by Gene Vincent / My Prayer by The Platters / Honky Tonk (Part 2) by Bill Doggett. SIDE THREE has Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino / Rip It Up by Little Richard / Stranded in the Jungle by The Cadets / Treasure of Love by Clyde McPhatter / Down In My Own Tears by Ray Charles / Young Love by Sonny James. SIDE FOUR has Long Tall Sally by Little Richard / Why Do Falls Fall In Love by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers / Fever by Little Willie John / See You Later, Alligator / Since I Met My Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter. 1959 The Rock n Roll Era Discography SIDE ONE has Charlie Brown by The Coasters / A Teenager In Love by Dion and the Belmonts / So Fine by The Fiestas / Donn by Richie Valens / Dream Lover by Bobby Darin and 16 Candles by The Crests. SIDE TWO has Stagger Lee by Lloyd Price / What d I Say by Ray Charles / I Cried A Tear by LaVern Baker / I Want To Walk You Home by Fats Domino and Sea of Love by Phil Phillips. SIDE THREE has Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford / Poison Ivy by The Coasters / Kansas City by Wilbert Harrison / The All-American Boy by Bill Parsons / A Lovers Question by Clyde McPhatter and Sleep Walk by Santo and Johnny. SIDE FOUR has There Goes My Baby by The Drifters / Personality by Lloyd Price / Ive Had It by The Bell Notes / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) by The Impalas and Come Softly To Me by The Fleetwoods. 1960 Rock n Roll Discogrphy SIDE ONE has Save The Last Dance For Me by The Drifters / Finger Poppin Time by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters / Walk Dont Run by The Ventures / Wonderful World by Sam Cooke/ He Will Break Your Heart by Jerry Butler and A Thousand Stars by Kathy Young and the Innocents. SIDE TWO has Only The Lonely by Roy Orbision / Good Timin' by Jimmy Jones / Sweet Nothins by Brenda Lee / Walking to New Orlenas by Fats Domino and Alley-Ooop by The Hollywood Argyles. SIDE THREE has Handy Many by Jimmy Jones / Lonely Blue Boy by Conway Twitty / Angel Baby by Rosie and the Originals / Chain Gang by Sam Cooke Lets Go, Lets Go, Lets Go by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters and Calendar Girl by Neil Sedaka. SIDE FOUR has Stay by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs / New Orleans by Gary U.S. Bonds / You Talk Too Much by Joe Jones / Let The Little Girl Dance by Billy Bland and Image of a Girl by The Safaris. 1945 Timelife - Your Hit Parade On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe/Johnny Mercer - You Belong To My Heart/Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra - Rum and Coca-Cola/The Andrews Sisters - It Might As Well Be Spring/Dick Haymes - My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Tampico/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - There! I've Said It Again/Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - There Goes That Song Again/Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - It's Been A Long, Long Time/Harry James and His Orchestra - If I Loved You/Perry Como - Candy/Johnny Mercer, Jo Staff and The Pied Pipers - A Little On The Lonely Side/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Gotta Be This or That/Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - I'll Buy That Dream/Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes - I Can't Begin To Tell You/Bing Crosby - Till The End Of Time/Perry Como - I'm Beginning To See The Light/Harry James and His Orchestra - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive/Johnny Mercer - Caldonia/Louis Jourdan and His Tympany Five - Laura/Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dream/The Pied Pipers - Don't Fence Me In/Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters - Sentimental Journey/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba)/Perry Como 1946 Timelife - Your Hit Parade Sioux City Sue/Bing Crosby - I Got The Sun In The Morning/Les Brown and His Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Ole Buttermilk Sky/ Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - You Keep Coming Back Like A Song/Dinah Shore - Prisoner of Lover/Perry Como - Stone Cold Dead In The Market (He Had It Coming)/Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jourdan - Personality/Johnny Mercer - I Don't Know Enough About You/Peggy Lee - Doin' What Comes Natur'lly/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Oh! What It Seemed To Be/Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - To Each His Own/The Ink Spots - Shoo-Fly Pie (and Apple Pan Dowdy)/Stan Kenton and His Orchestra - Surrender/Perry Como - South America, Take It Away/Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters - Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)/Dinah Shore - I'm A Big Girl Now/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Symphony/Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief/Betty Hutton - The Gypsy/Ink Spots - Come Rain Or Come Shine/Margaret Whiting - They Say It's Wonderful/Perry Como - The Whole World Is Singing My Song/Les Brown and His Orchestra - The Old Lamp-Lighter/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye 1949 Timelife - Hit Parade Mule Train/Frankie Laine - Careless Hands/Mel Torme - Again/Doris Day - Room Full of Roses/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Baby, It's Cold Outside/Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer - Some Enchanted Evening/Perry Como - A Little Bird Told Me/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Forever and Ever/Russ Morgan - Galway Bay/Bing Crosby - My Darling, My Darling/Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae - Don't Cry Joe/Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra - Riders in the Sky/Vaughn Monroe - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm/Les Brown - Slipping Around/Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Bali Ha'i/Perry Como - That Lucky Old Sun/Frankie Laine - Maybe It's Because/Dick Haymes - So Tired/Russ Morgan - Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)/Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Powder Your Face with Sunshine/Evelyn Knight and the Stardusters - Someday/Vaughn Monroe - "A" - You're Adorable/Perry Como with Fontaine Sisters - Cruising Down The River/Blue Barron - Far Away Places/Margaret Whiting 1952 Timelife - Hit Parade The Glow-Worm/The Mills Brothers - Wheel of Fortune/Kay Starr - Maybe/Perry Como and Eddie Fisher - Half As Much/Rosemary Clooney - Slow Poke/Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys - You Belong To Me/Jo Stafford - Lady of Spain/Eddie Fisher - Delicado/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Kiss of Fire/Georgia Gibbs - I'm Yours/Don Cornell - The Little White Cloud That Cried/Johnny Ray - Lover/Peggy Lee - Sugarbush/Doris Day and Frankie Laine - Wish You Were Here/Eddie Fisher - Jambalaya/Jo Stafford - Blue Tango/Leroy Anderson and His "Pops" Concert Orchestra - I Went To Your Wedding/Patti Page - High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)/Tex Ritter - Tiger Rag/Les Paul and Mary Ford - Tell Me Why/The Four Aces - A Guy Is A Guy/Doris Day - Here In My Heart/Al Martino - Any Time/Eddie Fisher - Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart/Vera Lynn 1953 Timelife - Hit Parade Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes/Perry Como - Side by Side/Kay Starr - You You You/The Ames Brothers - April in Portugal/Les Baxter and His Orchestra - Vaya con Dios /Les Paul and Mary Ford - I'm Walking Behind You/Eddie Fisher - Ricochet/Teresa Brewer - No Other Love/Perry Como - Oh!/Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo/Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer - Rags to Riches/Tony Bennett - The Doggie In The Window/Patti Page - Dragnet/Ray Anthony and His Orchestra - Many Times/Eddie Fisher - Till I Waltz Again With You/Teresa Brewer - The Song From Moulin Rouge/Percy Faith and His Orchestra - Keep It A Secret/Jo Stafford - Ruby/Richard Hayman and His Orchestra - Eh, Cumpari/Julius La Rosa - I Love Paris/ Les Baxter and His Chorus and Orchestra - Changing Partners/Patti Page - Pretend/Nat "King" Cole - Baubles, Bangles and Beads/Peggy Lee - P.S. I Love You/The Hilltoppers
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