Other companies have Carl Perkins sets, but no one else has all the Sun recordings (complete - with some previously unissued) as well as his Columbia recordings from 1958-1962, and everything he cut for Decca between 1963 and 1965. We start in 1954 with the early rockabilly sound of 'Honky Tonk Gal', then the early country singles, and then 'Blue Suede Shoes' and those classic Sun rockabilly tracks. We have Your True Love at its original tempo and speeded-up for single release, and we have newly discovered alternate takes.
Quelques mois avant de mourir, Jung fit un rêve : installé à son bureau, il parlait, lui dont l’œuvre ne s’était jamais adressée qu’aux spécialistes, à un vaste public qui le comprenait parfaitement. Ce rêve le décida à écrire le présent Essai d’exploration de l’inconscient qui allait lui permettre de dégager l’importance primordiale de la vie inconsciente dans l’accomplissement de l’individu moderne et de la société…
Carl Carlton was the singer's sole gold LP and included his sole gold single, "She's a Bad Mama Jama." Produced by Leon Heywood, it includes the steppers favorite "Your Love's Rated X-Tra," " Don't You Wanna Make Love" (which sounds like Rick James' "You & I"), and the ballad "I Think It's Gonna Be Alright." The album highlights Carlton's vocal growth. "She's a Bad Mama Jama" can be found on Pure Funk, Vol. 2, Old School, Vol.3, The Number Ones: Soul on Fire, Funk Classics: The 80's, and Strip Jointz, Vol. 2: More Hot Songs for Sexy Dancers, among others.
If you want a good sampling of Copland's orchestral works, then this 2-CD compilation comes highly recommended, with excellent performances of works such as Appalachian Spring, Quiet City, El Salón México and others. (Presto Classical)