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  • Where would Record Store Day be without Elvis. The King continues to be The King. ⁣
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Following his triumphant comeback special for NBC at the end of 1968, Elvis Presley made a highly-publicised return to live performance in 1969, booking an exclusive engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. Elvis treated audiences to a raucous rock set of his amazing hits.⁣
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SIDE A: 1. Blue Suede Shoes 2. I Got A Woman 3. All Shook Up 4. Love Me Tender 5. Jailhouse Rock 6. Heartbreak Hotel 7. Hound Dog ⁣
SIDE B: 1. Memories 2. Mystery Train/Tiger Man 3. Monologue⁣
SIDE C: 1. Baby What You Want Me To Do 2. Runaway 3. Are You Lonesome Tonight 4. Yesterday/Hey Jude 5. Introductions ⁣
SIDE D: 1. In The Ghetto 2. Suspicious Minds 3. What’d I Say 4. Can’t Help Falling In Love⁣
#elvis #theking #elvispresley #RSDAus #recordstore #records #recordplayer⁣
Record Store Day is 13 April in an indie record store near you!⁣
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  • Where would Record Store Day be without Elvis. The King continues to be The King. ⁣

    Following his triumphant comeback special for NBC at the end of 1968, Elvis Presley made a highly-publicised return to live performance in 1969, booking an exclusive engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. Elvis treated audiences to a raucous rock set of his amazing hits.⁣

    SIDE A: 1. Blue Suede Shoes 2. I Got A Woman 3. All Shook Up 4. Love Me Tender 5. Jailhouse Rock 6. Heartbreak Hotel 7. Hound Dog ⁣
    SIDE B: 1. Memories 2. Mystery Train/Tiger Man 3. Monologue⁣
    SIDE C: 1. Baby What You Want Me To Do 2. Runaway 3. Are You Lonesome Tonight 4. Yesterday/Hey Jude 5. Introductions ⁣
    SIDE D: 1. In The Ghetto 2. Suspicious Minds 3. What’d I Say 4. Can’t Help Falling In Love⁣
    #elvis #theking #elvispresley #RSDAus #recordstore #records #recordplayer
    Record Store Day is 13 April in an indie record store near you!⁣

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  • Kalenderblätter 
23/03/2019 - 09/365 
2004 | Franz Ferdinand 
Domino „Schampus mit Lachsfisch!“ Habe mich damals, mitte der Nullerjahre, ganz schön von dieser Welle „neuer-tanzbarer-indie-mukke-von-der-insel“ mitreißen lassen. FF habe ich mehrfach live gesehen. Bin hier auch ziemlich komplett. Und mag sie heute noch. Auch wenn mir die letzte Platte nicht so richtig gefallen hat. Diese. Immer wieder. Und sehr, sehr gerne. 
#franzferdinand

Disclaimer:
Was das hier ist? Nachdem ich mir im letzten Jahr diesen kleinen Kalender gekauft hatte, kam mir die Idee, diesen auch wirklich zu „nutzen“. Außer jeden Tag drauf zu schauen, ein Kalenderblatt abzureißen, nahm ich mir vor, das jeweilige Album am gleichen Tag auch zu hören. Gleichzeitig schaue ich nach ob ich das Album in meiner Sammlung habe und wenn es mir gefällt, oder ich tatsächlich „schwerwiegende“ Lücken in meinem Regal entdecke, dann kauf‘ ich das Album nach. Auf jeden Fall eine nette Art, neue Musik kennen zu lernen.
  • Kalenderblätter
    23/03/2019 - 09/365
    2004 | Franz Ferdinand
    Domino „Schampus mit Lachsfisch!“ Habe mich damals, mitte der Nullerjahre, ganz schön von dieser Welle „neuer-tanzbarer-indie-mukke-von-der-insel“ mitreißen lassen. FF habe ich mehrfach live gesehen. Bin hier auch ziemlich komplett. Und mag sie heute noch. Auch wenn mir die letzte Platte nicht so richtig gefallen hat. Diese. Immer wieder. Und sehr, sehr gerne.
    #franzferdinand

    Disclaimer:
    Was das hier ist? Nachdem ich mir im letzten Jahr diesen kleinen Kalender gekauft hatte, kam mir die Idee, diesen auch wirklich zu „nutzen“. Außer jeden Tag drauf zu schauen, ein Kalenderblatt abzureißen, nahm ich mir vor, das jeweilige Album am gleichen Tag auch zu hören. Gleichzeitig schaue ich nach ob ich das Album in meiner Sammlung habe und wenn es mir gefällt, oder ich tatsächlich „schwerwiegende“ Lücken in meinem Regal entdecke, dann kauf‘ ich das Album nach. Auf jeden Fall eine nette Art, neue Musik kennen zu lernen.
  •  33  2  1 hour ago
  • Saturday tunes and a spritz, name a more dynamic duo 🙌🏼
  • Saturday tunes and a spritz, name a more dynamic duo 🙌🏼
  •  30  1  2 hours ago
  • •now spinning•
Gary Clark Jr. - Live (2014)
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Texas guitar ace Gary Clark, Jr., who at his best sounds like nothing so much as the past and the future of the blues, has been compared to guitar icons like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. His playing is a powerful and inspired mix of blues roots with some contemporary soul and hip-hop touches, but it remains the blues always, and the blues is perhaps even more central to his sound than it was for either Hendrix or Vaughan. Clark's major-label debut, 2012's Blak and Blu, stretched the blues thing a bit thin in places, and it only partially resembled his live sets, which were wild, gritty, and often beautifully elegant surveys of electric blues, with Clark's solid originals settling nicely with vintage covers, all with no frills and gimmick-free. Clark, for all the press about it, has never really been about being clever and innovative with the blues, but prefers instead to stand for its strong tradition, and just bring what he brings to the table without a whole lot of fuss. That's what his live sets are about, and this double-disc live album, recorded during a 18-month-long tour in 2013 and 2014, reveals a clearer and more in-focus look at what Clark offers than Blak and Blu does. Mixing select blues covers with standout Clark originals from Blak and Blu, Live is a wonderful introduction to a fine young guitar player, songwriter, and singer. He doesn't need bells and whistles. He plays the guitar, really good guitar, and if this is indeed the past and future of the blues rolled into one, then the blues appears to be in really good hands.

@garyclarkjr
  • •now spinning•
    Gary Clark Jr. - Live (2014)

    Texas guitar ace Gary Clark, Jr., who at his best sounds like nothing so much as the past and the future of the blues, has been compared to guitar icons like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. His playing is a powerful and inspired mix of blues roots with some contemporary soul and hip-hop touches, but it remains the blues always, and the blues is perhaps even more central to his sound than it was for either Hendrix or Vaughan. Clark's major-label debut, 2012's Blak and Blu, stretched the blues thing a bit thin in places, and it only partially resembled his live sets, which were wild, gritty, and often beautifully elegant surveys of electric blues, with Clark's solid originals settling nicely with vintage covers, all with no frills and gimmick-free. Clark, for all the press about it, has never really been about being clever and innovative with the blues, but prefers instead to stand for its strong tradition, and just bring what he brings to the table without a whole lot of fuss. That's what his live sets are about, and this double-disc live album, recorded during a 18-month-long tour in 2013 and 2014, reveals a clearer and more in-focus look at what Clark offers than Blak and Blu does. Mixing select blues covers with standout Clark originals from Blak and Blu, Live is a wonderful introduction to a fine young guitar player, songwriter, and singer. He doesn't need bells and whistles. He plays the guitar, really good guitar, and if this is indeed the past and future of the blues rolled into one, then the blues appears to be in really good hands.

    @garyclarkjr
  •  40  2  3 hours ago