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Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Richard Marx

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Richard Marx
1 Studio Albums
2 Live
3 EPs & Singles
4 Compilations
5 Duets.Rareities etc

1 Studio Albums

1987. Richard Marx
1989. Repeat Offender [Japan Ed.]
1991. Rush Street
1993. Paid Vacation
1997. Flesh and Bone
2000. Days in Avalon
2004. My Own Best Enemy [2CD Ed.]
2008. Duo [Acoustic, with Matt Scannell]
2008. Emotional Remains
2008. Sundown [256]
2010. Stories to Tell
2010. Stories to Tell [Walmart 2CD Ed.]
2012. Inside my Head [2CD]


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Tuesday, 24 December 2013






CD List:
1957 - Ray Price - Sings Heart Songs
1958 - Ray Price - Talk To Your Heart
1960 - Ray Price - Faith
1961 - Ray Price - Ray Price's Greatest Hits
1962 - Ray Price - San Antonio Rose (A Tribute To Bob Wills)
1963 - Ray Price - Night Life
1964 - Ray Price - Love Life
1965 - Ray Price - Burning Memories
1965 - Ray Price - The Other Woman
1965 - Ray Price - Western Strings (With Cherokee Cowboys)
1966 - Ray Price - Another Bridge To Burn
1966 - Ray Price - Collectors Choice
1966 - Ray Price - The Same Old Me
1967 - Ray Price - Born To Lose
1967 - Ray Price - Danny Boy
1967 - Ray Price - Ray Price's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
1967 - Ray Price - Touch My Heart
1968 - Ray Price - She Wears My Ring
1968 - Ray Price - Take Me As I Am
1969 - Ray Price - Sweetheart Of The Year
1969 - Ray Price - The Ray Price Christmas Album
1969 - Ray Price - You Wouldn't Know Love
1970 - Ray Price - For The Good Times
1970 - Ray Price - I Fall To Pieces
1970 - Ray Price - Make The World Go Away
1970 - Ray Price - The World Of Ray Price (Dbl LP)
1971 - Ray Price - I Won't Mention It Again
1971 - Ray Price - Release Me
1971 - Ray Price - Welcome To My World (Dbl LP)
1972 - Ray Price - Ray Price's All-Time Greatest Hits (Dbl LP)
1972 - Ray Price - The Lonesomest Lonesome
1973 - Ray Price - She's Got To Be A Saint
1974 - Ray Price - This Time Lord
1974 - Ray Price - You're The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me
1975 - Ray Price - If You Ever Change Your Mind
1975 - Ray Price - Like Old Times Again
1975 - Ray Price - Say I Do
1976 - Ray Price - Hank'N Me
1976 - Ray Price - Precious Memories
1976 - Ray Price - Rainbows And Tears
1976 - Ray Price - The Best Of Ray Price
1977 - Ray Price - Help Me
1977 - Ray Price - Reunited
1978 - Ray Price - How Great Thou Art
1979 - Ray Price - There's Always Me
1980 - Willie Nelson And Ray Price - San Antonio Rose
1981 - Ray Price - A Tribute To Willie And Kris
1981 - Ray Price - Town And Country
1982 - Ray Price - Master Of The Art
1982 - Ray Price - Somewhere In Texas
1984 - Ray Price - Honky-Tonk Years (1951-1953)
1985 - Ray Price - Portrait Of A Singer
1986 - Ray Price - A Revival Of Old Time Singing
1986 - Ray Price - Greatest Hits (2CD Set)
1986 - Ray Price - The Heart Of Country misic
1986 - Ray Price - Welcome To Ray Price Country
1987 - Ray Price - A Christmas Gift For You
1988 - Ray Price - Greatest Hits Vol. 4 (By Request)
1988 - Ray Price - Just Enough Love
1989 - Ray Price - American Originals
1990 - Ray Price (With Faron Young) - Memories That Last
1991 - Ray Price - Step One Records' Hall Of Fame Series
1991 - Ray Price - The Essential Ray Price 1951-1962
1992 - Ray Price - Sometimes A Rose
1993 - Ray Price - The Heart And Soul Of Ray Price (K-Tel)
1993 - Ray Price - TheOLD RUGGED CROSS(K-Tel)
1996 - Ray Price - The Honky Tonk Years (1950-66) (10 CD Set)
1997 - Ray Price - Super Hits
1999 - Ray Price - 16 Biggest Hits
1999 - Ray Price - Country Music Hall Of Fame 1996
2000 - Ray Price - Prisoner Of Love
2000 - Ray Price & The Cherokee Cowboys - In A Honky Tonk Mood
2001 - Ray Price - All-Time Greatest Hits
2002 - Ray Price - Time
2003 - Willie Nelson And Ray Price - Run That By Me One More Time
2007 - Ray Price - 18 Greatest
2008 - Ray Price - I'll Be There (The Legend Begins)
2009 - Ray Price - City Lights (24 Greatest Hits) & Favorites
2009 - Ray Price - The Best Of Ray Price (2CD Set)
2010 - Ray Price - The Same Old Me
2011 - Ray Price - Heartaches (Cherished Recordings)
2012 - Ray Price - City Lights (The Best Of Ray Price)
2013 - Ray Price - The Silence Inside
2013 - Ray Price - Ultimate Ray Price (65 Country Favorites) (3CD Set)
2013 - Ray Price - Welcome To My World - The Love Songs Of Ray Price Join FileFactory Today!

Monday, 23 December 2013

R.I.P. ...GERI ... MY CAT !!!!

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Monday, 16 December 2013

Sam Cooke

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Sam Cooke - Discography

1951-57 - Sam Cooke+Soul Stirrers - Complete Specialty Recordings (3 CD,2002)
1957 - Sam Cooke
1958 - Encore
1959 - Hit kit
1959 - Tribute To The Lady
1960 - Cooke's Tour
1960 - Hits Of The 50's
1960 - The Wonderful World of Sam Cooke
1961 - My Kind Of Blues
1961 - Swing Low
1962 - The Best of Sam Cooke
1962 - Twistin' The Night Away
1963 - Live at the Harlem Square Club (One Night Stand! 2005)
1963 - Mr. Soul
1963 - Night Beat
1964 - Ain't That Good News
1964 - At The Copa (Live)
1965 - Shake!
1965 - The Best of Sam Cooke, Volume  2
1965 - Try A Little  Love
Covers Box
Rare songs (2001, 2 CD)
Sam C's SAR Records Story - 2cds
Sam Cooke-Around The World-2008
Sam Cooke-Keep Movin' On-2003
Sam Cooke-The Man And His Music-1986
Sam Cooke-The Man Who Invented Soul-2000
Sam Cooke-The Rhytm & The Blues-1999
Sam Cooke-You Send Me-2007
Sam Cooke (2003) Portrait of a Legend

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Thursday, 12 December 2013


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101. Perry Como - That Christmas Feeling
102. Perry Como - Ill Be Home For Christmas
103. Perry Como - Silent Night
104. Perry Como - O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fidelis)
105. Perry Como - Jingle Bells
106. Perry Como - O Little Town Of Bethlehem
107. Perry Como - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
109. Perry Como - White Christmas
110. Perry Como - Ave Maria
111. Perry Como - The First Christmas
112. Perry Como - The First Christmas
113. Perry Como - The Christmas Symphony
115. Perry Como - twas The Night Before Christmas
116. Perry Como - The Twelve Days Of Christmas
117. Perry Como - God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
118. Perry Como - C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S
119. Perry Como - Joy To The World
120. Perry Como - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
121. Perry Como - Frosty The Snowman
122. Perry Como - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
123. Perry Como - Introduction To There Is No Christmas Like A Home Christmas
124. Perry Como - Introduction To The Christmas Symphony

201. Perry Como - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
202. Perry Como - (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays
203. Perry Como - Ave Maria
204. Perry Como - (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays
205. Perry Como - Winter Wonderland
206. Perry Como - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
207. Perry Como - The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
208. Perry Como - Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
209. Perry Como - White Christmas
210. Perry Como - Here We Come-A-Caroling~we Wish You A Merry Christmas
211. Perry Como - God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
212. Perry Como - O Holy Night (Cantique De Noel)
213. Perry Como - The Story Of The First Christmas

301. Perry Como - Christmas Bells
302. Perry Como - Love Is A Christmas Rose
303. Perry Como - Christmas Eve
304. Perry Como - Do You Hear What I Hear!
305. Perry Como - Christ Is Born
306. Perry Como - The Little Drummer Boy
307. Perry Como - There Is No Christmas Like A Home Christmas
308. Perry Como - O Holy Night
309. Perry Como - Medley- Caroling, Caroling-First Nowell-Hark! The Herald Angels-Silent Night
310. Perry Como - Silver Bells
311. Perry Como - Toyland
312. Perry Como - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
313. Perry Como - Ave Maria
314. Perry Como - Some Children See Him
315. Perry Como - Christmas Dream
316. Perry Como - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Forever Join FileFactory Today!

Bay City Rollers

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Bay City Rollers

1974 - Rollin'
1975 - Bay City Rollers
1975 - Once Upon a Star
1975 - Souvenirs of Youth
1975 - Wouldn't You Like It
1976 - Dedication
1976 - Rock 'N' Roll Love Letter
1977 - It's A Game
1978 - Strangers In The Wind
1979 - Elevator
1980 - Voxx
1981 - Ricochet
1982 - And Forever
1983 - Live in Japan
1985 - Breakout
2001 - Rollerworld Live at the Budokan 1977

1977 - Greatest Hits
1982 - Burning Rubber
1991 - Greatest Hits
1995 - Absolute Rollers
1998 - The Collection
2000 - The Definitive Collection

2009 - Singles Collection

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Thursday, 28 November 2013



Allison Sheppard, NATUROPATH

allisonpic I have enjoyed a lifelong interest in natural medicine as was fortunate enough to have been raised using complementary and alternative therapies to support and improve my own health.
My passion for creating the right environment for health and well being and belief in food as medicine ultimately led me to the ancient discipline of Naturopathy.
This interest culminated in me graduating from the University of Westminster in London with a first-class honours degree in Naturopathy and Health Science.

My knowledge and interest extends into understanding the field of psycho-emotional health having first completed a Psychology degree.
I treat every individual as whole and my passion for learning and understanding ‘how health manifests’ is evident within every consultation.
I am a fully insured, CRB checked member of the British Naturopathic Association and registered with the General Council of Naturopaths and the Complimentary Healthcare Council.

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Monday, 25 November 2013

1000th UK #1 ALBUM

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Robbie Williams scores 

UK's 1,000th 

number one album

Robbie Williams at the London PalladiumWilliams launched his album with a star-studded concert at the London Palladium

with previous albums.
here just the 1000th

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Pop star Robbie Williams' new big band album Swings Both Ways has become the 1,000th record to top the UK charts.
He achieves the milestone 57 years after Frank Sinatra had the first number one, with Songs For Swingin' Lovers, in 1956.
Since then, more than 3,000 album charts have been published - with the Beatles the most frequent visitors to the top.
Williams has now had 11 number ones as a solo artist, equaling Elvis Presley.
If you include his four number ones as a member of Take That, he has been in pole position 15 times - the same as The Beatles.
However, measured by duration at the top, Williams still has a long way to go. The Beatles have spent 174 weeks - over three years - at number one, while Williams languishes behind on 31.
Artists who have spent the most weeks at number one

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Sunday, 24 November 2013

Mike Sarne

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1. Come outside
2. Come inside
3. Dodgy lookin' bird
4. Slow twistin' round the totem pole
5. Now you've moved
6. Dracula's castle
7. Will I what
8. Just for kicks
9. My baby's crazy 'bout Elvis
10. Just like Eddie
11. Waitress song
12. On Lover's Hill
13. He knows y'know
14. Bird you know I love ya
15. Don't you phone me I'll phone you
16. Are you satisfied
17. Hello lover boy
18. Baby I'm on my way
19. Code of love
20. Dear little soul
21. Please don't stay
22. Fountain of love
23. Out and about
24. Place to go
25. You've got somethin'
26. Love me please
27. Indubitably me Join FileFactory Today!

John Leyton

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John Leyton - 1.The Two Sides Of (1961) 2. Always Yours (1963)
John Leyton - Remembering John Leyton - The Anthology - CD1
John Leyton - Remembering John Leyton - The Anthology - CD2

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Saturday, 23 November 2013

The 1000th UK NUMBER 1 ALBUM on Sunday 24th November, 2013

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1,000 Number One Albums: 
A chart history
A selection of number one albums Just some of the 999 albums that have reached number one... so far

Last Sunday, Lady Gaga scored the 999th UK number one album, with her brazen pop opus ARTPOP.
Early sales figures suggest she'll be replaced at the chart summit on Sunday with Robbie Williams and Jake Bugg the early contenders for the 1,000th number one.
As the landmark approaches, we look at the records that paved the way, starting with the UK's first ever chart topper, in 1956.

First number one: 

Frank Sinatra - Songs For Swingin' Lovers (1956)

Frank Sinatra
The first album chart was published in the Record Mirror in July 1956. It listed just five albums, and Frank Sinatra was leader of the (rat) pack.
Songs For Swingin' Lovers was his 10th solo album and is still, arguably, his greatest swing collection.

First ever album chart

  • 1. Frank Sinatra - Songs For Swingin' Lovers
  • 2. Original Cast - Carousel Soundtrack
  • 3. Mel Torme - At The Crescendo
  • 4. Louis Armstrong - At The Crescendo
  • 5. Original Cast - Oklahoma Soundtrack
A challenge to the tide of rock and roll that was sweeping over America, it's a loose concept record about a man who leaves his lover and pursues a new romance.
Backed by Nelson Riddle's fresh, hip arrangements, Sinatra sounded on top of the world - delivering some of his best-known performances on You Make Me Feel So Young and I've Got You Under My Skin.
Given a perfect five-star review by Rolling Stone, it was the UK's number one for three weeks, and the fifth best-selling album of 1956 (number one was the soundtrack to Carousel).
But albums were still niche products. Only 12 million were sold in 1956 - compared to 100.5m in 2012.

100th number one: John Lennon - Imagine (1971)

John Lennon
It took 15 years for the 100th number one to roll around - thanks mainly to The Beatles, who spent a combined three years in pole position.
But it was John Lennon who scored the chart centenary with his second solo album, Imagine.
A huge commercial success both in 1971 and immediately after his murder, it is less abrasive and more fondly remembered than his debut, Plastic Ono Band.
Every facet of his mercurial personality is on display: He's head-over-heels on Oh Yoko!; vulnerable on Jealous Guy; and venomous on How Do You Sleep? (a thinly-veiled character assassination of Paul McCartney).
But it is the optimistic, simple title track that endures. Lennon confessed it was "anti-religious, anti-nationalistic, anti-­conventional [and] anti-capitalistic" but "because it is sugar-coated it is accepted".
"It was just what John believed," said Yoko Ono. "That we are all one country, one world, one people. He wanted to get that idea out."

200th number one: Boney M - Nightflight To Venus (1978)

Boney M
Released in September 1978, Boney M's Night Flight To Venus was the band's most successful record, clinging to the top spot for four weeks.
It contained several global hits, including Brown Girl In The Ring and Rivers Of Babylon - but not, strangely, that year's Christmas number one, Mary's Boy Child.
The band were the brainchild of German pop svengali Frank Farian (later responsible for Milli Vanilli), who reached a creative peak on this willfully experimental third album.
The seven-minute title track was a freaky space odyssey, which envisaged an interstellar journey to a terraformed planet.
"It took almost 90 years to cool down the planet from its 500 degrees to the current pleasant 75 degrees, and to transform the atmosphere to make it inhabitable for Earth people," noted the narrator, over a pounding drum track based on Cozy Powell's hit Dance With The Devil.
It set the record up to be a space-age disco concept album, but the idea was immediately ditched on track two - Rasputin - a deranged ode to a 19th Century Russian mystic.

300th number one: Various - Now That's What I Call Music 3 (1984)

Now 3 and Wham
Compilation albums were included in the main countdown until 1989, and the Now... series regularly outsold all the competition.
The third installment was released in July 1984 and contained four number one singles - including Wham's Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go and Duran Duran's The Reflex.
But the track-listing also provides a few insights into the year's prevailing social issues. Special AKA's Nelson Mandela reflected the increasing disquiet over South Africa's apartheid laws, while Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel delivered a funky anti-drugs message on White Lines (Don't Do It).
Other songs on the 30-strong track-list included Queen's I Want To Break Free, Tina Turner's What's Love Got To Do With It and The Weather Girls' wedding disco staple It's Raining Men.
The sleeve starred the series' short-lived (and frankly unnecessary) porcine mascot, and exhorted fans to "complete your collection!" by purchasing the two preceding volumes, as well as their VHS and Betamax companions "for all you videoholics".
Thirty years later, and the series is thriving - Now 83 was the fastest-selling album of 2012.
But the most successful installment was number 44, which kicked off with Britney Spears ...Baby, One More Time, and shifted a remarkable 2.3m copies in 1999.
Chart: The artists who have spent the most weeks at number one

400th number one: Erasure - Wild! (1989)

Selling 400,000 copies in just four days, Wild! was the second in a run of five consecutive number one albums for synthpop duo Erasure.
Despite the titular exclamation mark, it was their most mature record to date, opening with a sombre piano instrumental, and taking melodic flights of fancy on the hit single Blue Savannah.
At the time, frontman Andy Bell was one of the few openly gay pop stars and, while the record addressed gay themes (Drama! is about a "drama queen" who puts his friends through "one psychological drama after another"), the band were careful not to be too outrageous.
"If we did an openly gay video, it wouldn't get played on MTV," Bell told Australia's Countdown magazine in 1990.
"By approaching it the way we approach it - not being too aggressive or shouting at people, just showing them it's part of life but not the only thing in life - it's easy for people to deal with, and maybe there will be fewer people afraid to come out."

500th number one: Deacon Blue - Our Town (1994)

Deacon Blue
One in every 20 chart-toppers is a "best of" album - the first being The Best Of Ball, Barber & Bilk, - a 1962 collection of jazz standards by trumpeter Kenny Ball, trombone player Chris Barber and band leader Acker Bilk.
Deacon Blue's greatest hits reached number one in May 1994, featuring Scot-rock classics like Dignity, Real Gone Kid and their plaintive cover of Burt Bacharach's I'll Never Fall In Love Again.
The band had survived through sudden, head-turning success and the John-and-Yoko romance between frontman Ricky Ross fell and bandmate Lorraine McIntosh. ("Nobody in a band wants the backing singer going out with the lead singer," she admitted to Scotland's Daily Record last year).
But, three weeks after Our Town was released, Deacon Blue announced they were splitting up.
"As George Harrison once said, all things must pass," said Ross.
Now reformed, they released a new album, The Hipsters, in 2012.

600th number one: Robbie Williams - I've Been Expecting You (1998)

Robbie Williams
During the recording of I've Been Expecting You in spring 1998, producer Guy Chambers kept track of the work in -progress on a whiteboard, hung on the wall of Wheeler End studio in rural Buckinghamshire.
Scrawled along the top in black marker was the legend: "Robbie Williams' difficult second album (which isn't that difficult after all)."
"It's effortless, really," he told a documentary crew who turned up to film the sessions.
An ebullient victory lap after the success of Angels, the album's success was equally effortless - sailing to number one, going 10x platinum and selling more than three million copies.
Williams, at the peak of his fame, was so cocksure he could get away with self-aware lyrics like this, from Strong: "In the early morning when I wake up / I look like Kiss but without the make-up / And that's a good line to take it to the bridge."
Singles No Regrets and She's The One still form part of his live show today. The only real misfire was the leaden, James Bond-sampling Millennium - a cynical ploy for airplay as the year 2000 approached.
In total, Williams has scored 10 number ones - more than anyone else except The Beatles, Madonna and Elvis.

700th number one: Coral - Magic and Medicine (2003)

The Coral
TV talent shows were hitting their stride in 2003, with Will Young, Gareth Gates, Girls Aloud and Liberty X all racking up the hits - but British indie was about to get a much-needed shot in the arm.
Liverpudlians The Coral were among the first out of the gates, blazing a trail for the likes of Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, Keane and Razorlight.

Record-breaking chart toppers

  • Most weeks at number one: South Pacific Soundtrack (115 wks)
  • Album that has returned to number one the most often: Sound Of Music Soundtrack (12 times
  • Most consecutive number ones: Led Zeppelin and Abba (eight each)
  • Biggest selling album of all time: Queen's Greatest Hits (5.9m)
Source: Official Charts Company
The band had scored a minor hit the previous year with the jangly, Merseybeat throwback Dreaming Of You, and their second album cemented their success.
Praised by the NME for its "brutally concise and beautiful pop songs", it spawned the top 10 singles Don't Think You're The First and Pass It On.
But the band were taken aback by their swift rise.
"The smell of money's got into everyone," singer James Skelly told the Guardian. "Sony don't have any other good bands, there's just us, so everything's being put on us. I feel like apologizing to people in a way, about how in your face everything is."
He needn't have worried. Their chart rein lasted a week, after which Robbie Williams' Escapology claimed the top spot.

800th number one: Norah Jones - Not Too Late (2007)

Norah Jones
Norah Jones reached number one just three years after The Coral, a sign of the music industry's ever-decreasing attention span.
The constant churn at the top of the charts also coincided with a downturn in sales, which were sinking faster than a brick in a swimming pool - from 237m in 2004, to 128m in 2009.
The decline is neatly encapsulated by Norah Jones' triptych of number ones. Her debut, Come Away With Me, sold 2.4m copies in 2003. The follow-up, Feels Like Home, managed 900,000. Not Too Late, released in 2007, scraped in with sales of 100,000.
A deliberate step away from the coffeehouse jazz of her earlier records, it was also Jones's first collection of original material.
She made gentle stabs at politics - lamenting the re-election of President Bush in My Dear Country and portraying the US as a leaky boat in Sinkin' Soon - and, ultimately, the musical experimentation ensured her longevity.
"I don't expect to sell millions of records every time. I just don't think that's gonna be possible," she told CBS news.
"I feel like I've had my cake and I've eaten it and it tasted great. And I don't need another piece."

900th number one: Oasis - Time Flies (2010)

Oasis set a chart record in 1997 that still stands today, when their third album Be Here Now sold 660,000 copies in seven days - the highest-first week sales in history.
But, as songwriter Noel Gallagher freely admitted in the ensuing years, the bloated, cocaine-fueled album was not his finest moment.
"Just because you sell lots of records, it doesn't mean to say you're any good," he noted. "Look at Phil Collins."
Time Flies was the band's swansong - a double disc anthology released the year after their acrimonious split backstage in Paris.
Over 27 tracks, it sketched how the band "dragged English guitar music out of the gutter" (Noel's words) with football terrace anthems like Wonderwall and Supersonic.
Oasis celebrate their 20th anniversary next year, but there is little hope of a reunion.
"I don't think there's any unfinished business," Noel said in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine this week. "I don't think that we left anything unsaid, do you know what I mean?"

1,000th number one: To be confirmed (2013)

Jake Bugg, Robbie Williams and JLS
JLS, Jake Bugg and Robbie Williams are the main contenders for Sunday's historic top spot.
If Williams triumphs, it will be his 11th number one - equaling Elvis's record.

The results will be revealed at 19:00 GMT on 24 November, with the full chart published by the Official Charts Company here. Join FileFactory Today!

Tuesday, 19 November 2013


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1966 - Hits Van
1968 - By Request
1971 - A Retrospective Journey
1971 - Pssst Baby Spotnicks Are Calling
1973 - Bo Winberg & The Spotnicks - Today
1975 - Feelings
1977 - 20 Heta Latar!
1977 - Chart Toppers, Recorded 1977
1977 - The Very Best Of The Spotnicks
1978 - The Great Snowman
1982 - We Don't Wanna Play Amapola No More
1985 - Highway Boogie
1987 - 16 Golden World Hits
1987 - Love Is Blue
1988 - 18 Greatest Hits
1989 - The Spotnicks In London - Out-A Space
1989 - The Spotnicks In Spain - Bailemos Con Los Spotnicks
1989 - The Spotnicks In Stockholm
1989 - The Spotnicks In Winterland
1990 - The Spotnicks At Home In Gothenburg
1992 - Amapola
1992 - Bo Winberg # 1
1992 - Collection
1995 - Tracks
1997 - The Spotnicks 1997
1999 - Millenium Collection 2CD
1999 - Rare Collection 2CD
2000 - Vol. 1 - The Spotnicks In Paris
2000 - Vol. 2 - The Spotnicks
2000 - Vol. 3 - The Spotnicks
2000 - Vol. 4 - The Spotnicks
2000 - Vol. 5 - The Spotnicks
2000 - Vol. 6 - The Spotnicks
2002 - Something Like Country & Back In The Race
2002 - The Other Side Of The Moon
2002 - Top Twenty - Vol. 1
2003 - Back To The Roots
2003 - Ketteiban 2CD
2006 - The Premium Best Collection 2CD
2007 - Karelia
2007 - Spotnicks In Tokyo
2007 - The Spotnicks In Japan

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Monday, 18 November 2013

Annette Funicello .. R.I.P.

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Billy Fury

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1960a The Sound Of Fury (Vinyl-rip)
1960b Billy Fury (Vinyl-rip)
1963 We Want Billy! .. Billy [2 albums]
1993 Am I Blue
1998 The 40th Anniversary Anthology
1999 The Best Of
2005 The Rocker
2007 His Wondrous Story, The Complete Collection

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Thursday, 14 November 2013

richard chamberlain

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Richard Chamberlain - A Fellow Needs A Girl
Richard Chamberlain - A Kiss To Build A Dream On
Richard Chamberlain - A Quiet Kind Of Love
Richard Chamberlain - All I Do Is Dream Of You
Richard Chamberlain - All I Have To Do Is Dream
Richard Chamberlain - April Love
Richard Chamberlain - Dear Heart
Richard Chamberlain - Georgia On My Mind
Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo
Richard Chamberlain - Hush..Hush, Sweet Charlotte
Richard Chamberlain - I Can Dream, Can't I
Richard Chamberlain - I Hadn't Anyone Till You
Richard Chamberlain - I Will Love You
Richard Chamberlain - I'll Be Around
Richard Chamberlain - It's A Lonesome Town
Richard Chamberlain - Joy In The Morning
Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender
Richard Chamberlain - Rome Will Never Leave You [From ''dr.Kildare'']
Richard Chamberlain - Stella By Starlight
Richard Chamberlain - Theme From Dr. Kildare (Three Stars Will Shine)
Richard Chamberlain - True Love
Richard Chamberlain - Try To Remember
Richard Chamberlain - You Always Hurt The One You Love

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Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Tommy Bruce and the Bruisers

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Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Ain't Misbehavin' [Re-Recording]
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Ain't Misbehavin'
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Blueberry Hill
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Bony Maroni
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Boom Boom
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Broken Doll
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Buttons And Bows
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Chantilly Lace
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Give Me Your Word
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Got The Water Boiling
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Honey Girl, You're Lonely
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - I'm Crazy 'bout My Baby
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - I'm On Fire
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - It's Drivin' Me Wild
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - It's You
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Lavender Blue
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Let It Be Me
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Love, Honour And Oh! Baby
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - My Little Girl
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - No More
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Over Suzanne
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Shakin' All Over
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Sunny Side Of The Street
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - The London Boys
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - Two Left Feet
Tommy Bruce And The Bruisers - You Make Love So Well

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Saturday, 9 November 2013

Tab Hunter

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Tab Hunter - After You've Gone
Tab Hunter - Again
Tab Hunter - All Alone
Tab Hunter - And So To Sleep Again
Tab Hunter - Any Time
Tab Hunter - Apple Blossom Time
Tab Hunter - Black Coat
Tab Hunter - Bumming Around
Tab Hunter - But Beautiful
Tab Hunter - But I Do
Tab Hunter - Bye Bye, Love
Tab Hunter - Candy
Tab Hunter - Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Tab Hunter - Funny
Tab Hunter - Headin' Down The Wrong Highway
Tab Hunter - Hey, Good Lookin'
Tab Hunter - I Ain't Got Nobody
Tab Hunter - I Gotta Have My Baby Back
Tab Hunter - I Hadn't Anyone Till You
Tab Hunter - I Love You Yes I Do
Tab Hunter - I Want To Be With You Always
Tab Hunter - I Wish I Didn't Love You So
Tab Hunter - I'll Never Be Free
Tab Hunter - I'll Never Smile Again
Tab Hunter - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
Tab Hunter - I've Got A New Heartache
Tab Hunter - Invitation To The Blues
Tab Hunter - It Makes No Differance Now
Tab Hunter - It's The Bottle Talking
Tab Hunter - Jealous Heart
Tab Hunter - Kiss Her One Time For Me
Tab Hunter - Lets Pretend There's A Moon
Tab Hunter - Long Ago
Tab Hunter - Maybe You'll Be There
Tab Hunter - Moonlight Bay
Tab Hunter - My Devotion
Tab Hunter - Nevertheless
Tab Hunter - Ninety Nine Ways
Tab Hunter - Oh, Happy Day
Tab Hunter - Oh, Lonesome Me
Tab Hunter - Red Sails In The Sunset
Tab Hunter - She's Not That Kind
Tab Hunter - The Way Tou Look Tonight
Tab Hunter - There's No Fool Like An Old Fool
Tab Hunter - Time After Time
Tab Hunter - When I Fall In Love
Tab Hunter - Why Does It Get So Late So Early
Tab Hunter - Wild Side Of Life
Tab Hunter - You Cheated
Tab Hunter - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby

Tab Hunter - Young Love

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Joan Morris and William Bolcom [Requested]

Track Listings

1. After The Ball
2. Good Bye, My Lady Love
3. A Bird In A Gilded Cage
4. Under The Bamboo Tree
5. On The Banks Of The Wabash, Far Away
6. Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out
7. I've Got Rings On My Fingers
8. Come Down Ma Evenin' Star
9. I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard
10. Will You Love Me In December As You Do In May?
11. Meet Me In Saint Louis, Louis
12. Love's Old Sweet Song
13. Waltz Me Around Again Willie
14. Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie
15. Vaudeville: I Don't Care
16. Vaudeville: Shine On, Harvest Moon
17. Vaudeville: Yip - I - Addy - I - A!
18. Vaudeville: Let The Rest Of The World Go By
19. Vaudeville: May Irwin's
20. Vaudeville: I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

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Singer Noel Harrison died at his home in Devon, aged 79 on 22 October, 2013.
The son of the actor Rex Harrison, he was best known for recording the hit song 
The Windmills Of Your Mind on The Thomas Crown Affair soundtrack.
It won best song at the 1968 Oscars and was later covered by artists including 
Dusty Springfield.

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Noel Harrison - A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Noel Harrison - A Young Girl
Noel Harrison - Another Song To You
Noel Harrison - Another Virgin Spring
Noel Harrison - Blue Island
Noel Harrison - Boom
Noel Harrison - California Weekend
Noel Harrison - Come Dance With Me
Noel Harrison - Devil Fish
Noel Harrison - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Noel Harrison - Don't We All Get Lonely Sometimes
Noel Harrison - Dress Rehearsal Rag
Noel Harrison - Everybbody's Talkin'
Noel Harrison - Feuilles-O
Noel Harrison - Go Ask Your Man
Noel Harrison - Halleluah I Love Her So
Noel Harrison - Hello Sun
Noel Harrison - Highway In The Wind
Noel Harrison - Highway On The Wind
Noel Harrison - I Shall Remember
Noel Harrison - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Noel Harrison - I'm Gonna Be A Country Boy Again
Noel Harrison - In Your Childhood
Noel Harrison - Just Like A Woman
Noel Harrison - Let's Not
Noel Harrison - Leitch On The Beach
Noel Harrison - Life In London
Noel Harrison - Life Is A Dream
Noel Harrison - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
Noel Harrison - Menilmontant
Noel Harrison - Mountains And Marianne
Noel Harrison - Mrs. Williams' Rose
Noel Harrison - Museum
Noel Harrison - Nathan La Franeer
Noel Harrison - No-Body Knows You When You're Down And Out
Noel Harrison - People In The Rain
Noel Harrison - Please
Noel Harrison - Poor Cow
Noel Harrison - Rin Around A Rosy Rag
Noel Harrison - Rum And Coca-Cola
Noel Harrison - San Franciso Bay Bblues
Noel Harrison - Santa Monica Pier
Noel Harrison - Sarra Chi Sa
Noel Harrison - Show Me The Way To Go Home
Noel Harrison - Sign Of The Queen
Noel Harrison - So Long, Marianne
Noel Harrison - Sparrow
Noel Harrison - Spider, Spider
Noel Harrison - Stone Cold Man
Noel Harrison - Strawberry Fields Forever
Noel Harrison - Suzanne
Noel Harrison - The Great Electric Experiment Is Over
Noel Harrison - The Last Thing On My Mind
Noel Harrison - The Original Talking Blues
Noel Harrison - The Penguin Dance
Noel Harrison - The Pig Got Up And Slowly Walked Away
Noel Harrison - The Same Thing Has Happened To You
Noel Harrison - The Windmills Of Your Mind (Theme From The Thomas Crown Affair)
Noel Harrison - Tin Wedding
Noel Harrison - What Are Little Boys Made Of
Noel Harrison - When I'm 64..Mrs Williams Rose
Noel Harrison - Woman Join FileFactory Today!

Saturday, 28 September 2013



my Mother passed away on

 27th September, 2013.

I will not be adding to this blog for

 the foreseeable future.

Mum on her 90th birthday .. 20th April, 2013



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