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VA - 40!!! Years Bear Family Records (2015)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at Feb. 23, 2018
VA - 40!!! Years Bear Family Records (2015)

VA - 40!!! Years Bear Family Records (2015)
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Genre: Rock, Blues, Folk, World, & Country / Label: Bear Family Records

Bear Family celebrates its 40th year in the business Bear Family boxed sets continue to set the standard for reissues, worldwide Exclusive limited anniversary offer for our friends at a very special price Musicians and songwriters join to pay tribute to Bear Family Original recordings – not available anywhere else Bear Family Records came into being in the late summer of 1975. We want to celebrate the company's 40th anniversary with a very special release.
Eddie Noack - Psycho: The K-Ark & Allstar Recordings, 1962-1969 (2013) {Bear Family Records BCD 17204 AH}

Eddie Noack - Psycho: The K-Ark & Allstar Recordings, 1962-1969 (2013) {Bear Family Records BCD 17204 AH}
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© 1962-69, 2013 Bear Family Records | BCD 17204 AH
Country / Honky Tonk / Traditional Country / Bakersfield Sound

Eddie Noack had a rough '50s, working hard and never scoring a hit, but that's nothing compared to his '60s. After he was dropped by Mercury, the singer wound up drifting to Allstar, a fly-by-night Nashville indie that specialized in "song poems" – suckers would send in lyrics and pro musicians would set them to music, for a fee – and found space for Noack, a songwriter who had success, but a singer who had none. At Allstar, he was usually able to record his own songs, but Noack wound up chasing trends instead of setting them. Specifically, he wound up cutting several singles in the style of Buck Owens & the Buckaroos, sides that may not have charted but illustrated Noack was a pro, capable of following shifting fashions and delivering upon them ably, even appealingly.
George Jones - Birth Of A Legend: The Truly Complete Starday & Mercury Recordings 1954-1961 (2017) {6CD Bear Family BCD 16100}

George Jones - Birth Of A Legend: The Truly Complete Starday & Mercury Recordings 1954-1961 (2017) {6CD Bear Family BCD 16100}
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© 1954-61, 2017 Bear Family Records | BCD 16100
Country / Honky Tonk / Nashville Country / Country Gospel / Country Pop

In May 1956, the Texan label Starday issued a wild rockabilly single by Thumper Jones. Its top side, the kinetic “Rock It”, was primal, uncontrolled and wild. The flip, “How Come It”, was less frenzied but still driving and infectious. Original pressings of the two-sided pounder in either its 45 or 78 form now fetch at least Ј200. This is not your usual rockabilly rarity though. The record’s label credited the songs to a Geo. Jones. Thumper Jones was a pseudonymous George Jones (1931–2013), who was cashing in a hip style: the only time he did so with rockabilly.
Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup - A Music Man Like Nobody Ever Saw (2016) {5CD Box Set Bear Family BCD 17352 rec 1941-1962}

Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup - A Music Man Like Nobody Ever Saw (2016) {5CD Box Set Bear Family BCD 17352 rec 1941-1962}
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© 1941-62, 2016 Bear Family Records | BCD 17352
Blues / Delta Blues / Chicago Blues / Electric Blues

In the world of music, there was never anyone quite like ARTHUR 'BIG BOY' CRUDUP. Rooted in the Mississippi Delta, his style was propulsive, melodic, original, and profoundly soulful. If he wasn’t 'The Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll', as one LP proclaimed, there’s no doubt that rock ‘n’ roll owes a debt to his songs, including That’s All Right Mama, My Baby Left Me, Rock Me Mamma, So Glad You’re Mine, and Mean Ol’ Frisco Blues, as much as to his tight, swinging brand of rural blues.
Tito Puente - Night Beat / Mucho Puente, Plus (1957) {RCA-Bear Family BCD 15686 rel 1993}

Tito Puente - Night Beat / Mucho Puente, Plus (1957) {RCA-Bear Family BCD 15686 rel 1993}
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© 1957, 1964, 1993 RCA Victor / Bear Family Records | BCD 15686
Jazz / International Jazz / Latin Jazz/ Cuban Traditions / Mambo / Afro-Cuban Jazz

In 1993, Bear Family released Night Beat/Mucho Puente, Plus, which contained two complete albums – Night Beat (1957) and Mucho Puente (1964), both originally released on RCA – by Latin jazz giant Tito Puente on one compact disc.
Edna McGriff - Start Movin' In My Direction: The Bell Recordings, Plus 1954-1959 (2012) {Bear Family BCD 17276 AH}

Edna McGriff - Start Movin' In My Direction: The Bell Recordings, Plus 1954-1959 (2012) {Bear Family BCD 17276 AH}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 293 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 176 Mb
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© 1954-59, 2012 Bear Family Records | BCD 17276 AH
R&B / Jazz / Vocal / Pop

1-CD-Album Digipak (4-plated) with 44-page booklet, 29 tracks, playing time approx. 75 mns. The forgotten recordings of Edna McGriff a Fifties R&B star! Few ever reissued on CD, most unheard since the 1950s! Includes fabulous R&B versions of pop songs like The Fool, Born To Be With You, Freight Train, and I Enjoy Being A Girl with the cream of New York's R&B session men! First full-length biography by R&B scholar Bill Dahl.
Various Artists - Deutsches Jazz Festival, Frankfurt 1954-1955 (1990) {8CD Box Set Bear Family BCD 15430}

Various Artists - Deutsches Jazz Festival, Frankfurt 1954-1955 (1990) {8CD Box Set Bear Family BCD 15430}
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© 1954-55, 1990 Brunswick / Bear Family Records | BCD 15430
Jazz / Traditional Jazz / Cool / Continental Jazz / Jump / Swing / Big Band / Third Stream

8-CD box (LP-size) with 47-page book, 137 tracks. Playing time approx. 725 mns. The third German Jazz Festival in 1955 was a four-day event that featured nearly 30 groups and soloists. It was recorded by Deutsche Grammophon for release on Brunswick, but only parts of it were released on long-deleted EPs. The complete tapes survived though. The 1954 festival was also recorded, but only the portion issued on an EP was saved. Now the surviving portion of the 1954 festival and the entire 1955 festival are issued complete by Bear Family on eight CDs.
Roy Orbison - Orbison 1955-1965 [2001, 7CD Box, Bear Family BCD 16423 GL] Re-up

Roy Orbison - Orbison 1955-1965 [2001, 7CD Box, Bear Family BCD 16423 GL]
Rock'n'Roll | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | Covers -> 39 Mb | no Book
Bear Family Records | BCD 16423 GL | ~2303 + 1142 Mb

The ultimate Orbison! Between 1955 and 1965 Roy Orbison revolutionised popular music and these are the recordings that did it! This 7-CD set includes every recording from his golden decade! Beginning his career as a rockabilly singer on Jew-Wel and Sun Records , Roy scored one hit, 'Oooby Dooby', and left many great early rare and rockin' sides behind …'Problem Child, Down The Line, Rockhouse, Cat Called Domino'…
Jerry Lee Lewis - The Locust Years and...And The Return To The Promised Land  (1994) [8CD Box, Bear Family BCD 15783 HI] Re-up

Jerry Lee Lewis - The Locust Years and…And The Return To The Promised Land (1994)
8CD | Rock'n'Roll | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | Covers -> 35 Mb
Bear Family Records | BCD 15783 HI | ~2583 + 1102 Mb

A characteristically humongous (8-CD) box set from the wonderful obsessive-compulsives at Bear Family, documenting the Killer's '60s tenure at Smash Records. Lewis made consistently good music during this period, but the combination of his personal scandals and the British Invasion made him a pariah to radio programmers until mid-decade, when he returned to his country roots. Highlights of the set include the entirety of a Texas live show, with Lewis and his crack band rendering various early rock standards at dangerously high (i.e., proto punk) speed, some excellent duets with his (then) wife Linda Gail, and gorgeous renditions of standards like Willie Nelson's "Funny How Time Slips Away" and Merle Haggard's "Lonesome Fugitive." Lewis fans with deep pockets should grab this one immediately…
Connie Francis - Kissin, Twistin, Goin Where The Boys Are [1996, 5CD Box, Bear Family BCD 15826 EI] Re-up

Connie Francis - Kissin, Twistin, Goin Where The Boys Are (1996)
Country/Pop/Pop Rock | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | Covers -> 18 Mb
Bear Family Records | BCD 15826 EI | ~1909 + 900 Mb

Five more CDs of Connie Francis, picking up right where Bear Family's earlier White Sox, Pink Lipstick set left off, in 1960 – although its 300-plus minutes of music only cover the period of 1960 to 1962. By this time, Connie Francis was established as one of the top female vocal talents of her generation, and she was ready to experiment – you hear her successful move into country music, wonderful outtakes, and never-issued songs from her early-'60s sessions…