Blue Monday A2. Enjoy Yourself A3. Hootchie Kootchie Man A4. I Feel It A5. Trombodo A6. Portrait Of Youth B1. Crazy Woman B2. She Don't Care B3. Time Has Slipped Away B4. To Be Free B5. Darlin' B6. Miles Away 7": A1. Portrait Of Youth 45 version B1. Enjoy Yourself 45 version. Limited edition, numbered, picture disc. Composed and produced by Prince under the pseudonym Alexander Nevermind , one of Sheena Easton's most well-known - and most contentious - releases, now for the first time ever on 12" picture disc, and transferred from the original master tapes at Abbey Road studios.
First-ever reissue of this darkwave masterpiece. Includes deluxe packaging, liner notes from the band and two bonus songs not found on the original. Contains mostly original, groove-oriented tracks written by the band and produced by the legendary drummer, Steve Gadd. Inside the vast Goblin archive, "Yell" is perhaps one of the less well-known tracks, that undoubtedly deserves no less attention that the band's most famous works. It's a song composed for bass guitar, percussion and keyboards where an opening reminiscent of "L'alba dei morti viventi" is followed by a sudden vibe change, due to the quick entrance of all the other instruments: electric piano chords, a pulsating bass, obscure synths and twisted keyboards still preserve that mix of tension and and darkness that made Goblin unique in the soundtracks area.
The original edition of "Yell" is today one of the rarest Golbin releases, and is exclusively reissued for the first time ever by AMS Records on red vinyl, for the Record Store Day event. Not to be missed! Preppy Boy Nik Void Remix 2. Touch and Go Blancmange Remix 3. Voodoo Doll Anna Meredith Remix. Lauderdale and will have a heavy focus in that region. Pressed on glow in the dark vinyl. The five Hooker compositions flow into each other, one after another, seamlessly, as if to take the listener on a musical voyage through time and space.
The layers of vibrant sound, accompanied by trashing drums and shrieking sax show the incredible ability of each musician to take their instrumental vocabulary to a new level. The album receives its first ever vinyl release with this color pressing, exclusively for Record Store Day If one is aware of high prices on online music sites or is a part of any worldwide record collectors' circles, albums from groups such as Ithaca and Agincourt might sound familiar. Producers, composers, singers and multi-instrumentalists Peter Howell and John Ferdinando are two English musicians who started their partnership in the mids.
From , with the release of their soundtrack for the play Alice Through The Looking Glass, until the release of a project called Friends in , they put together a total of five albums, Ithaca and Agincourt being the two most expensive and collectable of all of them. Incredibly rare and highly sought-after for years, the records contained a magical world brimming with folk music, soft psychedelia, psych-pop and progressive overtones; their music is absolutely exquisite and truly unique. It is predominantly folk, but very far from its traditional format. The longer one listens to their legacy, the longer one is going to find peculiar elements of classical gestures plus many flourishes of soft psychedelia, idiosyncratic progressive overtones, acid-folk and a taste that one is always entering the enchanting toy world of psych-pop.
It does make total sense that the word "cult" is frequently applied to describe their creations. Both of them were interviewed for the liner notes, where they reveal their secret influences and their simple but unexpected ways of creating and composing. Be subtle, be daring, and be immersed in the magic world of Peter Howell and John Ferdinando. Questions Did You Know? Going Home B3. All My Life B4. Lisa B5. Barn Owl Blues B6. Kind Sir C1. When I Awoke C3. Get Together C4. Joy In The Finding D1. Title Theme D2. Bluebottle Stripe D3. Fishing D4.
Love Theme D5. Honesty D6. Windfall Wood D7. Tomorrow Come Someday CD: March Of The Chessman Mirabella Dance Of The Talking Flowers Dum And Dee Get Together Joy In The Finding Take Me There Dawn You Need Friends A Tale Of Your Life One Sweet Day Lonely Road In The Morning Take A Walk Once In A Winter Town Time To Run Someone Like You The composition for August at Akiko's takes his instrumental work with Dirty Beaches to more personal and experimental levels.
In doing so they "The Few" have tapped into and virtually broken the backbone of our entire legislative and legal sysem. From to they played over shows and had three full length albums and several releases on 7" and cassette. Since returning from hiatus in , they have had two 7" releases and been on three compilations. This pressing is on gram vinyl and is limited to numbered copies, on colored vinyl and on black. Comes with a digital download. Haskins bemoans the futility of "sending thoughts and prayers" to solve this tragic issue and also the inherent hypocrisy of the present government.
The 7" single "Thoughts and Prayers" comes packaged in a sleeve with a striking picture of a rifle with a bloody red circle around it and a line drawn through it. The complete lyrics of "Thoughts and Prayers" are printed on the back so the nation does not miss a word of this powerful call to action.
The B-Side is a haunting cover of Emily Jane Whites's "Hole in the Middle," another powerful political song that is equally as relevant today. RSD is the perfect time for him to raise his voice against America's shameful tragedy with his newest release, "Thoughts and Prayers.
The Dreamer 2. Velvet 3. Blackeyedsusan 4. Park Bench People 5. Spirits Up Above 6. Nola 7. Red 8. Winterwind 9. Desire Quiet Life UK 7" Version 2. Life In Tokyo Short Version 2. Life In Tokyo, Pt. It is now for the first time ever available on limited edition clear vinyl in limited pressing. Born at the crossroads of good old-fashioned Harlem soul power and next generation New Orleans sounds, John The Martyr's debut album is best described by lead singer Bill Hudson as a "gumbo". Time 2. Cross The Line 3. Feeling Good 4. Prism 5. Channeled 2. Shy 3. Fury 4.
Brighter Day 5. Sci-Fi themes, comic book heroism, Halloween villains, and more. Worldwide run of copies. The pressing of the beast! An instrumental band, they played everything from hard rock to be-bop, and always with a strong focus on improvisation on Tuesday nights at The Baked Potato and soon, lines would form outside the club many hours before the show. Side A, E. Evolve and Transcend features the incomparable DJ Premier on the beat and a guest verse from Evidence. Awake And Love Fly By Night Wilderness, Ocean, And Space Love Is Strange All This I Do Behold Wakefulness Of The World The Morning Cometh Between My Inner World Daughter Of The Night Lost Spirit Of America Awake And Love II Peace Tell Me What You See.
First-ever release of this cult classic soundtrack for Creepozoids, composed by Guy Moon who aso composed instantly recognizable music for Looney Tunes and The Addams Family. Stoughton gatefold packaging, with liner notes from noth the composer and actress Linnea Quigley. Armed with his guitar, a vocal effects processor, and a few friends Cris Morgan, Randy Pirosko, and Douglas Esper , he embarked on a two year tour and completed a few recording sessions.
The two recordings have never been released until now. His guitar solo on Nothing Compares 2 U never got completed as the band had to leave for a show that night in Salt Lake City. Red Vinyl 1. Diamond Day 2. Glow Worms 3. Lily Pond 4. Timothy Grub 5. Where I Like To Stand 6. Swallow Song 7. Window Over The Bay 8. Rose Hip November 9.
Come Wind Come Rain Hebridean Sun Rainbow River Trazlerman's Song Jog Along Bess Iris's Song For Us. Joe Nardone Sr. Pressed at Furnace Record Pressing. Mike Watt releases on Record Store Day have become an annual tradition, and for good reason. The bass legend, whose massive resume spans from the Minutemen and fIREHOSE to the Stooges seems to have an endless supply of new, interesting projects, which find him collaborating with an eclectic group of musicians across a variety of genres.
Devin hails from Dischord band The Effects. A single produced by the highly-revered Saravah label at the time, featuring the Art Ensemble of Chicago backing the poetry of the little-remembered Alfred Panou, is not as well-known as the label's other releases. Seen in the film Weekend by Jean-Luc Godard, Alfred Panou, who is of mixed Benin-Togolese origin, already had a career as an actor in political theater when, pushed by producer Pierre Barouh, he recorded two of his texts concerning Black Power.
Panou's prose is one of the first, in its own way, to question the notion of black identity.
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The rowdy poly-instrumental jungle fantasy of the Art Ensemble of Chicago creates a musical counterpoint. First ever vinyl reissue; Color vinyl; Worldwide edition of Je Suis Un Sauvage B1. Brand new music from Pelican, the Chicago-based post-metal quartet. Baby Shark has already taken a bite out of the internet with over 2 billion views, making it one of the most watched videos ever. The wonderful new Baby Shark 7" vinyl features the hit single and an electronic remix that will be enjoyed by the whole family.
Originally released on San Francisco's Heyday records, the intention was always to release it on vinyl - 19 years later here it is with two extra tracks and new artwork including lyrics you can read, finally! Pressed on blue vinyl. Forget The Radio 2. Swan 3. Wondering 4. Sanctuary 5. Waves Toward The Moon 6. Goodbye 7. Watching Us 9. After Eight All Those Wires Wreck A Sea Shanty What Is Her Name All That Remains.
The central theme of the album title and the artwork of the original LP is focused on environmental damage to the earth. SIDE B 7. The American album also featured the full cover artwork as a poster, and a replica poster is also included in this special package. SIDE 1 1. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 2. Something Following Me 4. Mabel 5. Cerdes Outside The Gates Of. SIDE 2 1. A Christmas Camel 2. Conquistador 3. Kaleidoscope 4.
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Repent Walpurgis. Bernard "Pretty" Purdie is an American drummer that needs little introduction. At an early age he began hitting cans with sticks and learned the elements of drumming techniques from overhearing lessons being given. Good Livin' Good Lovin' 4. Day Dreaming 5. Song For Aretha 6. Heavy Soul Slinger.
Stash is a previously unreleased album as mystical and mysterious as the great Rasputin himself. There is very little information available detailing where these recordings originated from or the reason why the album was never made available to the public. Dubbing Is A Must 2. Not A Word 3. Interplanetary Cowboy 4.
True Explanation 4. Guns and Cocaine Crime 2. No Bad Man Will Enter 3. City Lockdown Dub 4. Nova Police. For this very special rerelease, Coalmine Records is paying homage to the pioneering indie label, Delicious Vinyl, in remembrance of their co-founder, Matt Dike, who sadly passed in March This limited edition rerelease is manufactured exclusively for Record Store Day , where it will be available through various participating record shops.
In the summer of , legal problems with the actual Salvation Army forced the band to change their name. This is an unreleased live recording from at Wilson Park in Torrance, CA and was recorded right before The Salvation Army was forced to change their name. She Turns To Flowers 2. Upside Down 3. Lucifer Sam 4. Marjorie Tells Me 5. With A Cantaloupe Girlfriend 6. Feel A Whole Lot Better 7. I Am Your Guru 8. Going Home. Also, the performance occurred during the filming of a currently unreleased documentary entitled San Fermin: No Promises, which provides a glimpse into the five-year history of critically-acclaimed indie rock band San Fermin.
Shown through the lens of sold-out shows on the east and west coast, everyday life in New York City, and studio recording and rehearsal, the film unwraps the relationships that have transformed a grandiose, logistically impractical endeavor from bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone into a unique community of musicians and friends.
As the journey unfolds, this community is tested by the departure of its lead singer as they begin work on a new album. The show at The Fillmore was the last for the band's lead singer. The documentary will be released in conjunction with the live album and a digital or physical copy of the documentary will be included in the vinyl package. Major label debut album from Seven Mary Three, now being pressed on vinyl for the very first time!
Features hits "Cumbersome" and "Water's Edge". Water's Edge 2. Cumbersome 3. Roderigo 4. Devil Boy 5. My My 6. Lame 7. Headstrong 8. Anything 9. Margaret Punch In Punch Out Favorite Dog. Limited to 1, copies worldwide. Nearly 25 years after its initial release, Kenny Wayne Shepherd's debut album is being released on vinyl for the very first time! The limited edition Record Store Day release of this platinum selling album contains liner notes from Kenny Wayne himself.
Born with a Broken Heart 2. Deja Voodoo 3. Aberdeen 4. Shame, Shame, Shame 5. One Foot on the Path 6. Everybody Gets the Blues 7. While We Cry 8. I'm Leaving You Commit a Crime 9. Moscow Underground 2. Rockets 3. Stars Will Lead The Way 4. Kiss And Fly 2. Graffiti Soul 3.
Blood Type O 4. This Is It 5. Shadows And Light. Christine 4. Get A Grip On Yourself 5. Peace Love And Understanding 2. Teardrop 3. Whiskey In the Jar 4. Sloop John B. First time on wax for Jamaican ska originators' masterpiece, green vinyl edition with poster insert exclusive for Record Store Day. Skalloween 2. Skamania 3. El Pussycat 4. Right Now 5. Have A Good Time 6. Phoenix City 7. Trip To Mars 8. Instrumental, interstitial music, and spiritual sounds by the Spacebomb House Band, the musicians and arrangers behind records by Matthew E.
They are joined by Greg Saunier of Deerhoof on this most special full album re-interpretation of Fugazi's classic In On The Killtaker-- reconfigured as a modern composition for these dark times. Sweet and Low 2. Facet Squared 3. Cassavetes 4. Public Witness. Programme 6. Great Cop 2. Rend It 3. Returning The Screw 4. Instrument 5. Walken's Syndrome. Two song 7-inch on splatter colored vinyl by Stranger Attractor, a dark synth-wave duo from Indianapolis featuring former members of Skeletonwitch, Demiricous, and Sacred Leather. His name was John Peel. The background story and atmospheric influence of this one-piece, minute composition came to life after this music driven character and long-time BBC progressive pioneer passed away in October , in the city of Cusco Peru close to the sacred Inca site Machu Picchu.
Tangerine Dream owe John their international career. Edgar wanted to say thank you with this album, composed especially for John. Caminos Del Inca 2. Machu Picchu 3. Tayta Inti 2. Rio Urubamba 3. La Piedra Intihuatana Serj Tankian System of a Down third solo album Harakiri is the most punk rock oriented record he ever created. Much like anything else that Tankian has ever released, there are deep sociological and political themes all throughout the album. The metal influences has been cut out, but the energy is still intact.
Harakiri is one of the finest albums he delivered as a solo musician to date. The package contains an 4-page booklet and exclusive bonus print. Rock the two removable patches to shred with the shell squad! First time reissue of this synth pop classic. Green vinyl in a single pocket gatefold sleeve true to the original. K7 in The album was "conceived as a single seamless sea of sound. This exclusive Record Store Day Version sees the album pressed on 2LP blue vinyl in a gatefold sleeve and includes 4 additional tracks that didn't make the original 1LP pressing.
My First 2. Elitsa 3. Springer 4. Joe Si Ha 2. Rosa 3. Bongo 4. No Hassle. Athens Andover is The Troggs' album featuring three-quarters of R. The collaboration came about serendipitously as R. Featuring numerous Troggs originals, a tune written by the three members of R. Crazy Annie Together Tuned Into Love Deja Vu Nowhere Road Dust Bowl I'm In Control Don't You Know What's Your Game Suspicious Hot Stuff.
Blister in the Sun Violent Femmes cover. Sunbeam Records presents a reissue of Twink's Think Pink, originally released in Recorded in London in July , and featuring members of Tomorrow, the Pretty Things, the Deviants, and Tyrannosaurus Rex, the legendary Think Pink is one of the hallowed relics of British underground rock. Its strikingly different mono mix was intended to appear in Decca's celebrated Nova series, but the release was cancelled and the mix has never been heard -- until now. Assembled with the full participation of John "Twink" Alder, the set comes complete with detailed notes, rare images, and eight bonus tracks making it truly essential for fans of UK psychedelia.
Pink color vinyl; gram vinyl; Gatefold sleeve; Includes page vinyl booklet, insert. Dawn Of Magic mono A4. Fluid mono B1. Mexican Grass War mono B2. Suicide mono B4. Three Little Piggies mono B5. Dawn Of Magic alt. Fluid alt. He later decided to sell the company, which he had started as a hobby, feeling that it was becoming too commercial for him to handle. In a BBC interview, he stated:. In autumn , he was awarded for outstanding contribution for music by the Q Awards. He dedicated his award to his bandmate Richard Wright , who died in September Gilmour is best known for his lead guitar work.
In , Gilmour was rated the 14th greatest guitarist by Rolling Stone. Although mainly known for his guitar work, Gilmour is also a proficient multi-instrumentalist. Some of the equipment Gilmour has used either on his solo or Pink Floyd records and tours. Along with the Fender models his primary choice for electrics , Gilmour has also used: a Gibson Les Paul goldtop model with P pick-ups and a Bigsby vibrato bridge. Martin models used include: a D Throughout his recording career David Gilmour has added a different element to his guitar style with his use of steel guitars. A s Fender twin neck pedal steel guitar was used frequently in the early s.
He also uses a ZB steel model. Gilmour has played bass both in the studio and onstage at different times and has played many different bass models including: an Ovation Magnum, a Fender Bass VI , Fender Precision and Jazz bass models and a Charvel fretless. All guitarists played bass on this song, and Gilmour played the solo. Syd Barrett — The Madcap Laughs. Syd Barrett — Barrett. Wings — Back to the Egg. Atomic Rooster — Headline News. Bryan Ferry — Boys and Girls.
Also performed live as Deep End. Arcadia — So Red the Rose. Warren Zevon — Transverse City. The Who — Quadrophenia Hyde Park concert. The Triumph of Love soundtrack — Plays guitar over several chamber orchestra pieces. Ringo Starr — Ringo Rama. The Orb — Metallic Spheres, contributes guitars and vocals to the album, as well as co-writing every track.
Brian Harold May, CBE born 19 July is an English musician and astrophysicist most widely known as the guitarist, songwriter and occasional singer of the rock band Queen. He resides in Surrey. In , a Planet Rock poll saw May voted the 7th greatest guitarist of all time. He was ranked at No. In , May was ranked the 2nd greatest guitarist of all time by a Guitar World magazine readers poll. Brian May formed the band Smile in The group included Tim Staffell as singer and bassist, and later, drummer Roger Taylor , who also went on to play for Queen.
The band lasted for only two years from to , as Staffell left in , leaving the band with a catalogue of only nine songs. Smile would reunite for several songs on 22 December May also performed several other songs that night. Typically, either Freddie Mercury or May wrote the most songs on every Queen album. After the famous Live Aid concert in summer , Mercury rang his bandmates and proposed writing a song together.
For their release album, The Miracle , the band had decided that all of the tracks would be credited to the entire band, no matter who had been the main writer.
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Still, interviews and musical analyses tend to help identify the input of each member on each track. In recent years, he has overseen the remastering of Queen albums and various DVD and greatest hits releases. This album was supported by a major tour. During , several members of Queen explored side projects.
May worked with his second wife Anita Dobson on her first album, in which she sang vocals to the EastEnders theme tune. May himself produced the song, which reached No. Following the death of Freddie Mercury in November , May chose to deal with his grief by committing himself as fully as possible to work, first by finishing his solo album, Back to the Light , and then touring worldwide to promote it.
He frequently remarked in press interviews that this was the only form of self-prescribed therapy he could think of. Personally, I know it ripped the heart out of Brian, but having said that, he was in great spirits after the album was finished. In late , The Brian May Band was officially formed. Afterwards, May made significant changes, feeling the group never quite gelled. May brought guitarist Jamie Moses on board to replace Mike Caswell. The other change made was in the backing vocal department, with Ryder, Stockley and Thompson were replaced with Catherine Porter and Shelley Preston.
After the tour ended on 18 December , May returned to the studio with fellow surviving Queen band members Roger Taylor and John Deacon to work on tracks that became Made in Heaven , the final Queen studio album. In , May began working towards a new solo album of covers tentatively named Heroes, in addition to working on various film and television projects and other collaborations.
May subsequently changed the approach from covers to focus on those collaborations and on new material. This caused a huge, unexpected disruption to the upcoming tour for The Brian May Band, with a new drummer being needed at short notice. Steve Ferrone was brought on to help May finish recording drums and to join the band for the early stage promotional tour of five dates in Europe before the world tour.
Following the early promotional tour, Eric Singer replaced Steve Ferrone for the full world tour. From his last solo release in May has been performing as a solo artist, as part of an ensemble, and infrequently as Queen with Roger Taylor. May is a friend of singer and musician Phil Collins and was a special guest at the Genesis reunion concert at Twickenham Stadium in He produced and arranged her debut studio album Anthems , a follow-up to her extended play Wicked in Rock , as well as appeared with Ellis at many public performances — playing guitar alongside her.
The book is an annotated collection of stereoscopic photographs taken by the Victorian era photographer T. Williams and it is sold with a focussing stereoscope. May became an enthusiast of stereoscope photographs as a child, and first encountered the work of Williams during the late s. In May announced a search in order to identify the actual location of the Scenes in Our Village images. In May reported that he had identified the location as the village of Hinton Waldrist in Oxfordshire. At the end of , May and Taylor announced that they would reunite and return to touring in , with Paul Rodgers founder and former lead singer of Free and Bad Company.
The retired John Deacon would not be participating. Between and Queen and Paul Rodgers embarked on a world tour , the first leg being Europe and the second, Japan and the US in The show in Ukraine was later released on DVD. Queen and Paul Rodgers officially split up on 12 May Rodgers does not rule out the possibility of working together again. The collaboration garnered a positive response from both fans and critics, resulting in speculation about future projects together.
Both shows sold out within 24 hours of tickets going on open sale. A third London date was added for 14 July. A meticulous arranger, he focuses on multi-part harmonies, often more contrapuntal than parallel — a relative rarity for rock guitar. Aided by the uniqueness of his guitar — the Red Special — May was often able to create strange and unusual sound effects. As a child, he was also trained on classical piano. May is also an accomplished singer.
On-screen, it was performed entirely by puppets. Brian May has been referred to as a virtuoso guitarist by many publications and musicians. I think Brian May has one of the great guitar tones on the planet, and I really, really love his guitar work. His comments on the guitar:. In addition to using his home-made guitar he prefers to use coins especially a sixpence from the farewell proof set of , instead of a more traditional plastic plectrum , on the basis that their rigidity gives him more control in playing. He is known to carry coins in his pockets specifically for this purpose.
During the time in which Brian May and his father were building the Red Special , May also produced plans to build a second guitar. However, so successful was the Red Special, that May simply had no need to build another guitar. From onwards, he has also had some replicas made, some of which were also used for live and recording purposes, others were mainly spares. On stage, May used to carry at least one back-up guitar in case he broke a string and occasionally would use others for certain songs or parts.
Currently, May has his own company which makes guitars whose design is modelled after the original Red Special guitar. In Guild released the first official Red Special replica for mass production, and made some prototypes specifically for May. At the moment, he uses the two guitars made by Greg Fryer—the luthier who restored the Old Lady in —as backup.
May was keen on using some toys as instruments as well. Live, he uses banks of Vox AC30 amplifiers keeping some amps with only guitar and others with all effects such as delay, flanger and chorus. On his pedal board, May has a custom switch unit made by Cornish and subsequently modified by Fryer that allows him to choose which amps are active. Chrissie and Brian separated in Their separation and eventual divorce was highly publicised by British tabloid newspapers following reports that he had an affair with EastEnders actress Anita Dobson , whom he met in , and who gained fame in the s as Angie Watts.
After many years together they married on 18 November As a result, May dislikes smoking, even to the point where he has prohibited smoking indoors at his more recent concerts. He then proceeded to study for a PhD degree, also at the Imperial College departments of Physics and Mathematics, and was part way through this PhD programme, studying reflected light from interplanetary dust and the velocity of dust in the plane of the Solar System. He is the co-author of Bang!
In October , more than 30 years after he started his research, he completed his PhD thesis in astrophysics , entitled A Survey of Radial Velocities in the Zodiacal Dust Cloud, passed his viva voce , and performed the required corrections. Chris Lintott , Jon Culshaw , Prof. Brian May has formed a group to promote animal welfare. Though a Conservative Party voter most of his life, he has stated that their policies on fox hunting and the culling of badgers meant he did not vote for them at the General Election. His group, Save Me named after the May-written Queen song , campaigns for the protection of all animals against unnecessary, cruel and degrading treatment; with a particular emphasis on preventing hunting of foxes and the culling of badgers.
The paper was authored by Graham Godwin-Pearson with contributions by leading tuberculosis scientists, including Lord Krebs. May has had a lifelong interest in collecting Victorian stereophotography. Although the surname Blackmore is thought to be of English origin, his father was of Welsh ancestry and his mother of English. He was 11 when his father bought his first guitar for him on certain conditions, including learning how to play properly, so he took classical guitar lessons for one year.
While at school he participated in sports including the javelin. Blackmore left school at age 15 and started work as an apprentice radio mechanic at nearby Heathrow Airport. He was given guitar lessons by Big Jim Sullivan. In and he played with minor local bands, including the Jaywalkers. Blackmore joined the rock group Deep Purple in after receiving an invitation from organist Jon Lord. Following its conclusion, he abandoned the band to front a new group, Rainbow. Featuring opera-trained vocalist Ronnie James Dio and his blues rock band Elf as studio session musicians, this first line-up never performed live.
Rainbow was originally thought to be a one-off collaboration, but endured as an ongoing band project with a series of album releases and tours. Shortly after the first album was recorded, Blackmore recruited new backing musicians to record the second album Rising , and the following live album, On Stage Bonnet left the band after this support tour in The music was consciously radio-targeted, in a more AOR style, resulting in some degree of alienation with many of their earlier fans. Rainbow disbanded in A then-final Rainbow album, Finyl Vinyl , was patched together from live tracks and the B-sides of various singles.
This reunion line-up lasted until and produced the two studio albums, and the following live album. During its follow-up promotional tour, Blackmore again quit the band in November Blackmore reformed Rainbow with new members in This Rainbow line-up, featuring Scottish singer Doogie White , lasted until and produced one album entitled Stranger in Us All in Though White was not as distinctive as its previous singers, it had a sound dissimilar to any Rainbow of old.
A world tour including South America followed. Rainbow was disbanded once again after playing its final concert in Over the years Rainbow went through many personnel changes with no two studio albums featuring the same line-up: Blackmore was the sole constant band member. In , they were already working on their debut album Shadow of the Moon During song composition, Blackmore directly writes her vocal melodies. As a result, his musical approach shifted to vocalist-centered sounds. They recorded a mixture of original and cover materials. There was occasionally an increased incorporation of rock guitar into the music, whilst maintaining a folk rock direction.
A live album, Past Times with Good Company was released in A Christmas-themed holiday album, Winter Carols was released in Through numerous personnel changes, the backing musicians have totaled about 25 persons. Blackmore sometimes played drums in recording studio. Possibly to concentrate on album production, they chose to avoid typically rock concert tour to perform, instead limiting their appearances to small theaters or medieval castles. Their music is generally categorized as belonging to New age music. The middle pickup is screwed down and not used.
Blackmore has also occasionally used a Fender Telecaster Thinline during recording sessions. In his soloing, Blackmore combines blues scales and phrasing with dominant minor scales and ideas from European classical music. While playing he would often put the pick in his mouth, playing with his fingers. He occasionally uses the diatonic scale, with rapidly changing tonality. In the s, Blackmore used a number of different Stratocasters; one of his main guitars was an Olympic white model with a rosewood fingerboard that was scalloped.
Blackmore added a strap lock to the headstock of this guitar as a conversation piece to annoy and confuse people. Since , he has used Engl valve amps. Effects he used from to , besides his usual tape echo, included a Hornby Skewes Treble Booster in the early days.
He sometimes used a wah-wah pedal and a variable control treble-booster for sustain, and Moog Taurus bass pedals were used in solo parts during concerts. He also had a modified Aiwa TP tape machine built to supply echo and delay effects; the tape deck was also used as a pre-amp. In the mids he experimented with Roland guitar synthesizers.
Blackmore has experimented with many different pickups in his Strats. In the early Rainbow era, they were still stock Fenders, later Dawk installed over wound, dipped, Fender pickups. On 18 May , Blackmore married Margit Volkmar b. They lived in Hamburg during the late s,. As a result, he is a fluent speaker of German.
For tax reasons, he moved to the U. Shortly after Blackmore met Amy Rothman in , he moved to Connecticut. He married Rothman on 16 May , but they divorced in Soon after, he began a relationship with Tammi Williams. In early Blackmore met Williams in Chattanooga, Tennessee , where she was working as a hotel employee.
In the same year, he purchased his first car because he had finally learned to drive a car at 39 years old. Blackmore and then-fashion model Candice Night began living together in He moved on her native Long Island in After being engaged for nearly fifteen years, the couple married in October Their daughter, Autumn was born in Their second child, Rory was born in He plays football once a week, and always watches German language television on the satellite dish when he stays at his home.
Blackmore has a collection of approximately 2, CDs of Renaissance music. He is portrayed by Mathew Baynton in the film Telstar. He has also written over songs that have appeared on his solo albums, as well as radio jingles and television theme songs. Townshend has never had formal lessons in any of the instruments he plays. Townshend has also been a contributor and author of newspaper and magazine articles, book reviews, essays, books, and scripts, as well as collaborating as a lyricist and composer for many other musical acts.
Townshend was ranked No. In the mids he was drawn to American rock and roll ; his mother recounts that he repeatedly saw the film Rock Around the Clock. In , Townshend enrolled at Ealing Art College , with the intention to become a graphic artist and a year later, he and his school friend from Acton County Grammar School John Entwistle founded their first band, The Confederates, a Dixieland duet featuring Townshend on banjo and Entwistle on horns.
With the encouragement and assistance of his old classmate Entwistle, Daltrey invited Townshend to join as well. In early , because another band had the same name, The Detours renamed themselves The Who. Drummer Doug Sandom was replaced by Keith Moon not long afterwards. The band now comprising Daltrey on lead vocals and harmonica, Townshend on guitar, Entwistle on bass guitar and french horn , and Moon on drums were soon taken on by a mod publicist named Peter Meaden who convinced them to change their name to The High Numbers to give the band more of a mod feel.
The band anguished over a name that all felt represented the band best, and dropped The High Numbers name, reverting to The Who. He developed a signature move in which he would swing his right arm against the guitar strings in a style reminiscent of the vanes of a windmill. He became one of the first musicians known for smashing guitars on stage and would repeatedly throw them into his amplifiers and speaker cabinets.
The first incident of guitar-smashing happened when Townshend accidentally broke the neck of his guitar on the low ceiling of an early concert venue at the Railway Tavern in Harrow. The stage, only about a foot high, nevertheless brought the ceiling to within 7 feet. After smashing the instrument to pieces, he carried on by grabbing another guitar and acting as if the broken guitar had been part of the act. Drummer Keith Moon was delighted; he loved attention and destruction on any level, and smashed his drum kit as well.
The press sensationalised the incidents. This was further dramatised with pyrotechnics , an idea which came from Moon, who incorporated it in his exploding drum kits. At a concert in Germany, a police officer walked up to Townshend, pointed his gun at him, and ordered him to stop smashing the guitar. However, on several occasions, he admitted that the destruction was a gimmick that set the band out apart from the others and gave them the publicity edge that they needed to be noticed.
The Who thrived, and continue to thrive, despite the deaths of two of the original members. They are regarded by many rock critics as one of the best live bands from a period of time that stretched from the mids to the s, the result of a unique combination of high volume, showmanship, a wide variety of rock beats, and a high-energy sound that alternated between tight and free-form. The Who continue to perform critically acclaimed sets in the 21st century, including highly regarded performances at The Concert For New York City in , the Isle of Wight Festival , Live 8 in and the Glastonbury Festival.
Townshend revisited album-length storytelling throughout his career and remains the musician most associated with the rock opera form. Many studio recordings also feature Townshend on piano or keyboards, though keyboard-heavy tracks increasingly featured guest artists in the studio, such as Nicky Hopkins , John Bundrick or Chris Stainton. Townshend is one of the key figures in the development of feedback in rock guitar. But not being that good a guitarist, he used to just sort of crash chords and let the guitar feedback.
Townshend was the first to break his guitar, and he was the first to do a lot of things. It was just going on. Whereas the other players like Jeff Beck and myself were playing more single note things than chords. In addition to his work with The Who, Townshend has been sporadically active as a solo recording artist.
It was a moderate success and featured demos of Who songs as well as a showcase of his acoustic guitar talents. Townshend has also recorded several concert albums, including one featuring a supergroup he assembled called Deep End , who performed just three concerts and a television show session for The Tube , to raise money for a charity supporting drug addicts. In he and Des McAnuff wrote and directed the Broadway adaptation of the Who album Tommy , as well as a less successful stage musical based on his solo album The Iron Man, based upon the book by Ted Hughes.
In February , a major world tour by The Who was announced to promote their first new album since Townshend published a semi-autobiographical story The Boy Who Heard Music as a serial on a blog beginning in September On 25 February , he announced the issue of a mini-opera inspired by the novella for June Townshend suffers from partial deafness and tinnitus believed to be the result of noise-induced hearing loss from his extensive exposure to loud music.
In , Townshend gave the initial funding to allow the formation of the non-profit hearing advocacy group H. Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers. After the Who performed at half-time at the Super Bowl XLIV , Townshend stated that he is concerned that his tinnitus has grown to such a point that he might be forced to discontinue performing with the band altogether. In March , Roger Daltrey said in an interview with the BBC that Townshend had recently experienced gradual but severe hearing loss and was now trying to save what remained of his hearing.
I have computer systems in my studio that have helped me do my engineering work on the forthcoming Quadrophenia release. I have had assistance from younger forensic engineers and mastering engineers to help me clean up the high frequencies that are out of my range. It certainly inspired me to write and listen to things in that vein.
Townshend gave increasing interviews to the newly risen underground press , firmly establishing his reputation as a commentator on the rock and roll scene. Townshend has withdrawn from the press on occasion. On his 30th birthday, Townshend discussed his feelings that The Who were failing to journalist Roy Carr, making unflattering comments on fellow Who member Roger Daltrey and other leading members of the British rock community. Feeling betrayed, he stopped interviews with the press for over two years.
Nevertheless, Townshend has maintained close relationships with many journalists, and sought them out in to describe his two-year battle with cocaine and heroin. Meanwhile several journalists denounced Townshend for what they saw as a betrayal of the idealism about rock music he had espoused in his earlier interviews when The Who participated in a tour sponsored by Schlitz in and by Miller Brewing in Stern conducted an interview instead with Roger Daltrey and repeatedly expressed regret about the utterances of his on-air colleagues, stating that they did not reflect his own feelings of respect for Townshend.
Later in , Townshend appeared on the Living Legends radio show in an exclusive interview with Opal Bonfante. The interview, broadcast worldwide on Radio London , was his first live interview in 15 years. Townshend spoke about his forthcoming UK tour, his online novella and his memories of the old pirate radio stations. Throughout his solo career and his career with The Who, Townshend has played and destroyed a large variety of guitars — mostly various Gibson and Fender models.
In the late s, Townshend began playing Gibson SG models almost exclusively, specifically the Special models. He used this guitar at the Woodstock and Isle of Wight shows in and , as well as the Live at Leeds performance in By , Gibson changed the design of the SG Special which Townshend had been using previously, and thus he began using other guitars.
During the s, Townshend mainly used Fenders, Rickenbackers and Telecaster-style models built for him by Schecter and various other luthiers. Some of his Stratocaster guitars feature a Fishman PowerBridge piezo pick-up system to simulate acoustic guitar tones. Instead of throwing the smashed parts away, Townshend reassembled the pieces as a sculpture. The SG was clearly marked as a Pete Townshend limited edition model and came with a special case and certificate of authenticity, signed by Townshend himself. The run featured guitars which were made between July — March , and according to Rickenbacker CEO John Hall, the entire run sold out before serious advertising could be done.
He also occasionally used Fender Jazzmasters on stage in and and in the studio for Tommy. In , Townshend had a pedal board designed by long-time gear guru Pete Cornish. The board apparently is composed with a compressor, an old Boss OD-1 overdrive pedal, as well as a T-Rex Replica delay pedal. However, since , he has only three Vibro-King stacks, one of which is a backup. He also ordered several speaker cabinets that contained eight speakers in a housing standing nearly six feet in height with the top half of the cabinet slanted slightly upward.
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These became hard to move and were incredibly heavy. Jim Marshall then cut the massive speaker cabinet into two separate speaker cabinets, at the suggestion of Townshend, with each cabinet containing four inch speakers. One of the cabinets had half of the speaker baffle slanted upwards and Marshall made these two cabinets stackable. The Marshall stack was born, and Townshend used these as well as Hiwatt stacks. His amplifier rig currently usually consists of four Fender Vibro King amps with extension cabinets. He has always regarded his instruments as being merely tools of the trade and has, in latter years, determinedly kept his most prized instruments well away from the concert stage.
Current photos of his home studio also show an ARP Townshend was featured in ARP promotional materials in the early s.
Since the late s Townshend has predominantly used Synclavier Digital Audio systems for keyboard composition, particularly solo albums and projects. He currently owns three systems, one large Synclavier Tapeless Studio system, originally installed in his riverside Oceanic Studio, later transferred to a sea going barge moored alongside the studio on the River Thames, and currently based in his home studio.
He also uses a special adapted smaller Synclavier system which can be transported, enabling him to carry on working away from his main studio. This system was modified to be of similar specification to the , including the addition internally of FM voices, stereo Poly voices and with the large VPK keyboard. This is the only Synclavier system of this specification in existence, custom designed and built for Townshend by Steve Hills. The third system Townshend owns is one of the first Synclavier II systems ever built.
Although known for his musical compositions and musicianship, Pete Townshend has been extensively involved in the literary world for more than three decades, writing newspaper and magazine articles, book reviews, essays, books, and scripts. Townshend also wrote three sizeable essays for Rolling Stone magazine, the first of which appeared in November A bookstore named Magic Bus after the popular Who song was opened in London. In July , Townshend took a position as an acquisitions editor for London publisher Faber and Faber.
Two years after joining Faber and Faber, Townshend decided to publish a book of his own. Townshend has written several scripts spanning the breadth of his career, including numerous drafts of his elusive Lifehouse project, the last of which, co-written with radio playwright Jeff Young, was published in In , Townshend wrote a script for Fish Shop, a play commissioned but not completed by London Weekend Television , and in mid he wrote a script for White City: A Novel which led to a short film.
The opening of his personal website and his commerce site Eelpie. In September , Townshend began posting a novella online entitled The Boy Who Heard Music as background for a musical of the same name. He posted a chapter each week until it was completed, and novella was available to read at his website for several months. The book ranked in the top 5 of the New York Times best seller list in October By the beginning of , however, Townshend had begun to explore spiritual ideas.
At about this time, Townshend, who had been searching the past two years for a basis for a rock opera, created a story inspired by the teachings of Baba and other Indian spiritualists that would ultimately become Tommy. His newfound passion was not shared by his bandmates, whose attitude was tolerant, but who were unwilling to become the spokesmen for a particular religion.
Few of the thousands of fans who packed stadiums across Europe and the U. At home he recorded and released his most overtly spiritual songs on records assembled, pressed and sold by Baba organisations.
When these records became widely bootlegged, Townshend put together a selection of the tracks for release as the solo album Who Came First. Townshend became a lower-profile member after , having felt that his former addictions to cocaine and heroin made him a poor candidate for spokesman. Nevertheless, his discipleship continues to the current day. Townshend met Karen Astley born 12 June , daughter of composer Ted Astley and sister of record producer Jon Astley , while in art school and married her in The couple separated in and divorced in They have three children: Emma b.
Townshend has two younger brothers by nearly a generation, Paul Townshend b. Simon is a guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist. Simon initially had a career as a solo artist, and has performed with other bands, but began to record with The Who in the studio as early as their work on the film version of Tommy, and began to play with Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle on their solo efforts.
By , Simon joined The Who on their Quadrophenia support tour for two years as a backup guitarist and singer. He also returned again after the death of Entwistle as a part of their touring band. Pete Townshend has woven a long history of involvement with various charities and other philanthropic efforts throughout his career, both as a solo artist and with The Who. His first solo concert, for example, was a benefit show which was organised to raise funds for the Camden Square Community Play Center.
The following year, the association was moved to another Townshend-owned apartment, the Eccleston Square former residence of wife Karen. Townshend sat on a committee which oversaw the operation and finances of the centre. A further limited release, With Love, was released in A limited-edition boxed set of all three limited releases on CD, Avatar, was released in , with all profits going to the Avatar Meher Baba Trust in India, which provided funds to a dispensary, school, hospital and pilgrimage centre.
In July , Townshend opened Meher Baba Oceanic, a London activity centre for Baba followers which featured film dubbing and editing facilities, a cinema and a recording studio. In addition, the centre served as a regular meeting place for Baba followers. The show was earmarked as a benefit for the London-based Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Foundation, an organisation which helps children with autism and mental retardation.
The following year, Townshend performed at a benefit for the annual Bridge School Benefit , a California facility for children with severe speech and physical impairments with concerts organised by Neil and Pegi Young. His album A Benefit for Maryville Academy was made to support their activities and proceeds from the sales of his release were donated to them. As a member of The Who , Pete Townshend has also performed a series of concerts, beginning in , benefiting the Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK, raising several million pounds. The launch, followed on 5 November by a fund-raising event, was also attended by Robert Plant and Dave Grohl.
Townshend has also advocated for drug rehabilitation. In a radio interview, he said:. Townshend also personally sold fund-raising anti-heroin T-shirts at a series of UK Bruce Springsteen concerts, and reportedly financed a trip for former Clash drummer Topper Headon to undergo drug rehabilitation treatment. It sowed a seed…. Townshend was cautioned by the British police in as part of Operation Ore.
Following a news leak that Townshend was among the subjects of the investigation, he publicly stated that on one occasion, he had used a credit card to access a website advertising child pornography. Townshend, who had posted essays on his personal website in as part of his campaign against the widespread availability of child pornography on the internet, claimed that he had entered the site for research purposes and had not downloaded any images.
He may have also started a California school for singers with his wife Jeanne called Get Your Act Together during this time. A number of the larger works clearly go back to his rootss in Western Art music and range from baroque-style fugues for baroom piano to space exotica for orchestra and soprano voice without lyrics.
During an interview on the Pacesetters talk show, Moore responded to host Larry McCormick's repeated praise of his skills as a pianist by stating that his preferred musical instrument was the orchestra. He also compared finding and developing stars to selecting and nurturing flowers. Moore began working on his autobiography in with jazz producer and journalist Jack Tracy, but the project seems to have stalled.
With the help of his third wife, Jeanne Moore, he was able to record several dozen cassettes containing interviews and reminiscences and to complete several drafts of the manuscript the final one is dated 8 August Jack Tracy furnished a synopsis to circulate to publishers in Moore passed away at the age of 70 from heart complications on 13 May This collection contains the personal papers and artifacts, business and financial records, photographs, audiovisual recordings, and musical manuscripts of composer, arranger, performer, and talent coach Phil Moore.
Series 1 contains Moore's personal papers including the drafts and notes for his autobiography Things I Forgot to Tell You, which seems to have been written, at least in part, in response to the death of his son, Phil Moore III on 21 August In addition to Moore's autobiography, this series contains a book of poetry by Moore as well as several guides and advice columns he wrote for aspiring vocalists. Personal correspondence such as greeting cards and letters to and from family, fans, and friends are located in this series as are press clippings with coverage of Moore's work and that of some of his more successful clients.
A number of the clippings come from scrapbooks that were badly damaged and discarded due to severe water damage and mold growth. A surviving scrapbook is located in the "Personal artifacts" series. Finally, this series contains a number of miscellaneous items that seem to fall between series such as menus, correspondence added to the collection following Moore's death, programs of performances and works by family members and friends, etc.
The items in series 2 consist of business and financial records and include correspondence, appointment books, tax documents, ledgers, petty cash receipts, and other financial documents. This series is to remain closed to the public until March The documents are arranged by date and include those related to Moore's work with specific clients as well as his work for Modern Classics, his For Singers Only training recordings, and his Artist Music and Concepts, Inc.
AJAX company. The photographs in series 3 are still undergoing processing, but are known to fall into approximately four general categories: Moore Family photographs and negatives; photographs and negatives related to Moore's work as a composer, arranger, and musician; Leda Maestro Annest photographs and negatives; and photographs of models and Moore's clients. Also included are portraits and candid photographs of numerous unidentified friends and family members. The photos that seem related to Moore's work include portraits, shots of Moore and others in several unidentified studios, and photographs of performances by various unidentified performers and artists.
Since the photographs in this series are unidentified, it is often difficult to determine whether they rightfully belong here or with Moore's art photography. Leda Annest is a vocalist who worked with Phil Moore on Portrait of Leda, a space exotica album released in by Columbia. Moore took an extensive number of photographs of Leda, but it's unclear if the shoot was intended to furnish publicity photo for the album and its release or if they fall more properly under the art photography subseries, which consists of negatives and prints from photo shoots featuring various unidentified models, which make up the final category of photographs.
Series 4 contains personal artifacts that belonged to Moore including plaques, large framed photographs, certificates, and posters. Highlights include: four original artwork panels featuring Phil Moore that Leonard Starr drew for his comic strip "On Stage;" a wood, copper, and ivory elephant head plaque given to Moore by the Supremes; Moore's hand-tinted baby and childhood portraits in hand-carved wooden frame; the original supplement from an issue of the Portland Times Annual announcing Phil Moore as the winner of a baby contest; and a portable piano that Phil Moore used for club performances.
The recordings in series 5 are on a variety of audio carrier formats, including instantaneous lacquer and custom-pressed discs, and contain demo and test recordings made from about The open reel audio tapes are of a similar nature to the instantaneous discs, although they cover a slightly later date range They include recordings of performances, a number of tapes from Christmas through , and dubs of commercial recordings.
The audiocassettes contain around three dozen tapes created in connection with Phil Moore's work on his unpublished autobiography and around six dozen more containing a mix of commercial dubs, recordings of performances, spoken performance notes and demos for Moore's students and clients, and other content that is difficult to determine based on the label information.
Series 6 and 7 contain Phil Moore's project and lyric files and music manuscripts. They contain a number of unique compositions and lyrics by Moore as well as arrangements and adaptations he created for specific artists such as LaVern Baker, Lena Horne, Dorothy Dandridge, Bobby Short, Quincy Jones, Diahann Carroll, the Supremes, and many, many others. Several smaller, yet notable works include music and storyboards for three versions of a Tang Commercial, and his compositions for four UPA Pictures films including Rooty Toot Toot.
The formats of these manuscripts range from initial sketches often with nothing developing further to lead sheets to finalized scores with parts for various types of ensembles. Materials about related topics, persons or places can be found by searching the catalog using these terms. Physical description Autographed orchestral score 56 pages.
Composer White, Clarence Cameron. Physical description 1 program. Arranger, conductor Moore, Phil. Content Performance by Double Exposure. Note Phil Moore listed as Hall of Fame inductee. Physical description 1 flyer. Physical description 1 booklet. Physical description 2 typed leaves. Author Lampl, Joseph. Note Includes symposium itinerary, articles, and Moore's notes.
Physical description 1 cartoon. Cartoonist Calhoun, Doc. Note Some wormhole damage. Physical description 1 telegram. Author Horne, Lena. Physical description 1 certificate. Physical description 1 volume. Book Taylor, Dwight Lawrence, Reginald. Lyricist, composer Porter, Cole.
Note 3 copies. Physical description 2 items. Physical description 3 typed leaves with annotations. Physical description 3 items. Note Online copy of booklet has been digitial redacted. Physical description 9 typed leaves. Author Tracy, Jack. Physical description 4 typed leaves. Note May correspond with audiocassettes.
Physical description 3 typed leaves. Physical description 13 typed leaves. Physical description 10 typed leaves. Physical description 17 typed leaves. Physical description 25 typed leaves. Physical description 7 typed leaves. Physical description 24 typed leaves. Physical description 6 typed leaves. Note 2 versions. Physical description 16 typed leaves. Note 2 copies. Physical description 11 typed leaves. Physical description 15 typed leaves. Physical description 8 typed leaves.
Interviewer Tracy, Jack. Note Three photographs removed which seem to be from a trip Moore took with his son. Wormhole damage along left margin of book. Note Poetry. Author Moore, Phil. Physical description 11 pages. Note Includes news clippings, potential participant mailing list, promotional materials, parodied lyrics, and lyrics for "Phil Moore's School of Music" by Georgia Holt and Marcel Montecino.
Note Possibly collected for piece on Hazel Scott. Note Connection to Moore unclear. Author Newton, Edmund. Note Starts on page References to Phil Moore plus a picture on page Physical description 12 folders. Physical description 3 folders. Cartoonist Starr, Leonard. Note Comic strip featuring Phil Moore as character Dr. Note Comic strips featuring Phil Moore as character Dr. Author Jenkins, Dan.
Author Watkins, Roger. Note On page 7. Photographers Duplaix, Michel Stock, Dennis. Note Page Note On pages , but article removed. Author Coleman, William. Note Advertisement for For Singers Only plus contest entry form on age Author Korall, Burt. Author Bartley, Gail. Note On page Authors Hobson, Charles Smith, Sheila. Note On page 6. Author Rothman, Seymour. Note On right centerfold page. Conducted by Phil Moore. Note Cover story.
Note Full issue. Note Last album produced by Phil Moore. Author Brown, Jessie Mae. Note Announcement on pages A-1 and C-2 of birthday and family reunion in Moore's family. Note Seems to have been a relative or friend of the Moores. Note Connection to Moore unclear outside of Portland. Note Photo of and poem "Harmony" by Joanna Moore in eighth grade section. Note Signed "To Phil. Man what memories - Cal Bailey, Author di Petto, Adam. Note Connection to Phil Moore unclear.
Author Coleman, William A. Note Manuscript version of article written for Swank Magazine. Physical description 2 pages. Author Stroud, Ruth J. Physical description 2 typed leaves with annotations. Physical description 1 typed leaf with annotations. Physical description 1 typed leaf. Physical description 9 items. Physical description 5 items. Physical description 3 pages. Physical description 15 pages. Note Includes document with Phil Moore quotes and service script. Physical description 4 items.
Use Restrictions The materials in this series are closed to the public until March Physical description 11 x 17 in. Author Moore, Phil? Note Flow chart for business structure handwritten on score paper. Note Re: discs that were recorded for Discovery Records. Note Includes list of cut masters. Note Unsigned. Dandridge contracts. Note Original folder labeled "Stock holders.
Note Items, including photographs, have water damage, stains, and are adhering to one another. Note Human resource documents. Note The items in this series are currently undergoing processing. Due to the large number of unidentified items in this series, descriptions of the people and events pictured are extremely limited.
See the Scope and Content Note at the beginning of the collection finding aid for a summary this series. Physical description 1 plaque : 12 x 9 x 2 in. Note Tarnished. Physical description 12 x 15 x 3. Physical description 4 wooden frames. Physical description 4 panels ; 26 x Note Coverage and front page photo of Phil Moore winning baby contest in supplement.
Physical description 1 poster : 17 x 23 in. Physical description 1 scrapbook : Physical description 1 certificate : 12 x 9. Physical description 1 certificate : 12 x 16 in. Note Handwritten paper certificate on metallic paper backing with raised seal and ribbon. Signed by William Knight and Jack Tracey [sp? Artist Lee. Physical description 11 x 14 in. Physical description 27 x 40 in. Note Wormhole damage. Physical description 23 x 10 x 38 in. Shelf no s. COL 6 10AD 1. Physical description 1 audio disc ; 10 in.
Label, publisher Audiodisc Recording blank. Note Both sides recorded, but nothing written on label or disc. COL 6 10AD 2. Recording studio Radio Recorders. COL 6 10AD 3. Label, publisher National Hollywood Recording blank. COL 6 10AD 4. Recording studio Sanders Recording. Note Three cuts on disc. COL 6 10AD 5. COL 6 10AD 6. Publisher no s. Matrix no s. Physical description 1 audio disc : 78 rpm ; 10 in. Recording studio Dark Charles Recording. COL 6 10AD 7. Recording studio Olmsted. Note Two cuts on disc. COL 6 10AD 8. Note Three cuts on both sides of disc. Possibly Canda Rose.
COL 6 10AD 9. Physical description 1 audio disc : 45 rpm ; 10 in. Recording studio Gotham. COL 6 10AD Recording studio Metropolitan Sound Service. Recording studio Nola Recording Studios. Note Both sides recorded, but nothing written on label or disc other than "Good" for side 2. Note Marked as copy. Recording studio Associated Recording Studios. Recording studio Bell Sound Studios, Inc. Recording studio Nola Penthouse Sound Studios. Recording studio United Recording Laboratories. Recording studio Allegro Recording Service. Label, publisher Sonic Recording blank. Note First side says "2nd cut ok" with intentional scratching out of first band.
Label, publisher Allied Recording Product blank. Recording studio Fulton Recording Company. Recording studio Unart Music Corporation. Recording studio Electro-Vox Recording Studios. Note "Dub-tape. Unclear if this applies to one or both sides. Catalog No s.
Physical description 1 audio disc 3 minutes : 78 rpm ; 10 in. Custom pressed vinyl. Physical description 1 audio disc ; 8 in. Recording studio Abco Music Company. Note Both sides marked as copy. Custom pressed vinyl? Label, publisher Epic. Custom pressed shellac. Physical description Custom pressed shellac. Custom pressed shellac?
Label, publisher Top Hat Recordings. COL 6 10AD 58, c. Physical description 1 audio disc : 10 in. COL 6 7AD 1. Physical description 1 audio disc ; 7 in. Note Mercury Advanced Pressing. COL 6 12AD 1. Physical description 1 audio disc ; 12 in. Note Labeled side stamped original. Unlabeled side has two cuts. COL 6 12AD 2. Note Looks like same cuts on both sides. COL 6 12AD 3. Recording studio Capitol. Studio and Recording Services Division.
Note Performer name intentionally scratched out both sides. COL 6 12AD 4.