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Last Shop Standing: Whatever Happened To Record...
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Last Shop Standing: Whatever Happened To Record Shops?: Graham Jones

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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Rough Trade Shops/The Best Of Rough Trade Records
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Rough Trade Shops/The Best Of Rough Trade Records: Various

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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Various - Vol.3, Soma Records Story (180g)
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LP Compilation auf SUNDAZED RECORDS von Various Artists - Vol.3, Soma RECORDS Story (180g) The record world was a completely different place in 1965. Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock ´n´ roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60´s, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British Invasion-influenced LPs - no more than a hundred or so - in about five minutes. But, ahhh, those singles. And nobody did them better than the shoebox companies sprouting up like bread mold all over the country, labels who could tap into the best local talent and get their show-stopping songs into the local record shops.Just about every sector of the US had its own scene, red hot local chart entries that kids three hundred miles away were destined to never hear. And that´s why the legendary indie labels - from International Artists in Houston or Autumn in San Francisco to Dunwich in Chicago or Etiquette in Tacoma - and hundreds more just as groovy, are revered today more than ever. The Soma Record Company of Minneapolis caught the national spotlight by releasing hits from the likes of the Castaways and the Gestures. But ´Liar Liar´ and ´Run, Run, Run´ are just the tip ofthe iceberg. If you´ve always suspected that thousands of great singles from the ´60s that you´ve yet to hear are lurking in the bushes, guess what´ You´re right. Step into the dusty Soma vaults with us - brush aside those cobwebs, if you would - point your flashlight towards the strobelight flickering at the far end of the tunnel and keep walking. When the cool Fender ´n Farfisa sounds finally grab you by the shirt collar, just keep telling yourself: ´This isn´t a dream. It´s what I was born to do.´

Anbieter: Bear Family Recor...
Stand: 07.06.2019
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Various - Vol.2, Soma Records Story (180g)
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LP Compilation auf SUNDAZED RECORDS von Various Artists - Vol.2, Soma RECORDS Story (180g) The record world was a completely different place in 1965. Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock ´n´ roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60´s, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British Invasion-influenced LPs - no more than a hundred or so - in about five minutes. But, ahhh, those singles. And nobody did them better than the shoebox companies sprouting up like bread mold all over the country, labels who could tap into the best local talent and get their show-stopping songs into the local record shops.Just about every sector of the US had its own scene, red hot local chart entries that kids three hundred miles away were destined to never hear. And that´s why the legendary indie labels - from International Artists in Houston or Autumn in San Francisco to Dunwich in Chicago or Etiquette in Tacoma - and hundreds more just as groovy, are revered today more than ever. The Soma Record Company of Minneapolis caught the national spotlight by releasing hits from the likes of the Castaways and the Gestures. But ´Liar Liar´ and ´Run, Run, Run´ are just the tip ofthe iceberg. If you´ve always suspected that thousands of great singles from the ´60s that you´ve yet to hear are lurking in the bushes, guess what´ You´re right. Step into the dusty Soma vaults with us - brush aside those cobwebs, if you would - point your flashlight towards the strobelight flickering at the far end of the tunnel and keep walking. When the cool Fender ´n Farfisa sounds finally grab you by the shirt collar, just keep telling yourself: ´This isn´t a dream. It´s what I was born to do.´

Anbieter: Bear Family Recor...
Stand: 07.06.2019
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Vinyl London
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London´s record shop scene is at its most vital and buoyant point since the 1990s, following a resurgence of interest in vinyl over recent years. Vinyl London is at once a practical guide, featuring maps, addresses, opening times and stock information, and an attractive visual celebration of London´s record shops.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 16.07.2019
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Store Front II
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James and Karla Murray have been capturing impeccably accurate photographs of New York City since the 1990s. In the course of their travels throughout the city´s boroughs they´ve also taken great care to document the stories behind the scenery. The Murrays have rendered the out of the way bodegas, candy shops and record stores just as faithfully as the historically important institutions and well known restaurants, bars and cafes. This 336 page volume collects the best of their work in one place.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 16.07.2019
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Faber Music Bullet For My Valentine - Fever - G...
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This ARTIST-APPROVED ALBUM MATCHING SONGBOOK is the third studio album from the Welsh heavy metal band. Containing eleven tracks, the album was released in April 2010. The album debuted in the US at No.3 making it the band´s most successful record to date. Will Dean, writing in The Guardian said: Throughout the walls of sound that are built up by Michael Paget´s and Matt Tuck´s guitars there´s a strong ear for melody of the type that´s lifted them out of the metal aisles of record shops and into the mainstream.Parental Advisory: contains explicit lyrics

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Stand: 10.05.2019
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Store Front Ii (mini Edition)
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James and Karla Murrays classic tome from their ongoing Store Front series is now available for the first time in its covetable mini format.The Murrays have been capturing impeccable photographs from the streets of New York City since the 1990s. With Store Front II theyve continued their documentation of an important cross-section of New Yorks Mom and Pop economy. The Murrays penetrating photographs are only half the story though. Their copious background texts, gleaned largely from interviews with the stores owners and employees, bring wonderful color and nuance to the importance of these unique one-off establishments. The Murrays have rendered the out of the way bodegas, candy shops and record stores just as faithfully as the historically important institutions and well known restaurants, bars and cafes. From the StonewallInn to the Brownsville Bike Shop and The Pink Pussycat to Smith and Wolensky, the Murrays reveal how New Yorks long-standing businesses stand in sharp contrast to the citys rapidly evolving corporate facade.The authors landmark 2008 book, Store Front, was recently cited in Bookforums 20th Anniversary issue as having demonstrated the paradoxical power of digital photo editing to alter actual views in order for us to see more clearly what is really there. James and Karla Murray live in New York City and were awarded the New York Society Librarys prestigious New York City book award in 2012 for their last book, New York Nights.

Anbieter: buecher.de
Stand: 16.07.2019
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FantasticLand: A Novel , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 6...
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Since the 1970s, FantasticLand has been the theme park where ´´Fun is Guaranteed!´´ But when a hurricane ravages the Florida coast and isolates the park, the employees find it anything but fun. Five weeks later, the authorities who rescue the survivors encounter a scene of horror. Photos soon emerge online of heads on spikes outside of rides and viscera and human bones littering the gift shops, breaking records for hits, views, likes, clicks, and shares. How could a group of survivors, mostly teenagers, commit such terrible acts? Presented as a fact-finding investigation and a series of first-person interviews, FantasticLand pieces together the grisly series of events. Park policy was that the mostly college-aged employees surrender their electronic devices to preserve the authenticity of the FantasticLand experience. Cut off from the world and left on their own, the teenagers soon form rival tribes who viciously compete for food, medicine, social dominance, and even human flesh. This new social network divides the ravaged dreamland into territories ruled by the Pirates, the ShopGirls, the Freaks, and the Mole People. If meticulously curated online personas can replace private identities, what takes over when those constructs are lost? FantasticLand is a modern take on Lord of the Flies meets Battle Royale that probes the consequences of a social civilization built online. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Angela Dawe, Luke Daniels. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009389/bk_brll_009389_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 26.06.2019
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