http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./ Black Night http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=443 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=443 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=DeepPurple-BlackNight.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Deep Purple</li> <li>Publication date : 1970</li> <li>Duration : 6:33</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Harvest</li> <li>Compositor : Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, Jon Lord, Ritchie Blackmore, Roger Glover</li> <li>Producer : Deep Purple</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : &quot;Black Night&quot;<br /> Black Night.jpg<br /> Single by Deep Purple<br /> B-side <br /> &quot;Speed King&quot; (UK)<br /> &quot;Into The Fire&quot; (US)<br /> Released 5 June 1970<br /> Format 7-inch single<br /> Recorded <br /> May 1970,<br /> De Lane Lea Studios<br /> Genre <br /> Hard rock[1]heavy metal[2]<br /> Length 3:28<br /> Label Harvest<br /> Songwriter(s) <br /> Ritchie BlackmoreIan GillanRoger GloverJon LordIan Paice<br /> Producer(s) Deep Purple<br /> Deep Purple singles chronology<br /> &quot;Hallelujah&quot; <br /> (1969) &quot;Black Night&quot; <br /> (1970) &quot;Strange Kind of Woman&quot; <br /> (1971)<br /> &quot;Black Night&quot; is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple, first released as a single in June 1970 and later included on the 25th Anniversary version of their 1970 album, In Rock. The song became a hit following its release, peaking at No. 2 on UK charts, and to this day remains Deep Purple's highest charting UK single. It topped the charts in Switzerland, and is one of only two singles from the band to chart in Ireland, peaking at No. 4, thus making it the group's only Irish Top 10 hit. It was also the second non-album single penned by the band, the first being the flop Emmaretta, which was co-written by original singer Rod Evans. It also reached number 6 in South Africa.[3]</li> </ul> <p>A, Black Night, 2:58, B, Living Wreck, 3:35</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/7698314##Discogs Rock Venus / Hot Sand http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=435 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=435 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=ShockingBlue-Venus_Hot_Sand.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Shocking Blue</li> <li>Publication date : 1969</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Netherlands</li> <li>Label : Pink Elephant</li> <li>Compositor : Robbie van Leeuwen</li> <li>Producer : Shocking Blue</li> <li>Added by : 16/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, Venus, 0:00, B, Hot Sand, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/10556933##Discogs Rock The Life I Live http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=425 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=425 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Q65-The_Life_I_Live.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Q65</li> <li>Publication date : 1966</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Decca</li> <li>Compositor : Frank Nuyens, Jay Baar, Joop Roelofs, Peter Vink, Wim Bieler</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : Formed in 1965 in The Hague (The Netherlands), they made their recording debut with 'You're The Victor', a wild, rhythmic track inspired by the Pretty Things. It was succeeded by the equally compulsive 'The Life I Live', a searing slice of R&amp;B. Q65 travelled to London to promote this release but, having been denied work permits, opted to turn the visit into a promotional tool. They returned to The Netherlands on a rubber lifeboat, taking almost 12 hours to cross the Channel. Upon landing at the Scheveningen Pier, the group was greeted by almost 30.000 cheering fans who were rewarded with an open-air concert. The menacing 'I Despise You' was followed by 'Revolution', their 1966 debut album, which blended original material with R&amp;B standards, notably a 13-minute version of Sonny Boy Williamson's 'Bring It On Home'. In 1967 they released the 'Kjoe Blues EP'. They were into soft drag, and their sound changed. In 1968 Wim was drafted into the army. This marked the end of the first Q65 era. They regrouped in 1970 with a new album called 'Afganistan'. In 1971 'the Q' releases their third and final album 'We Are Gonna Make It'. The sound was different from their early era, more psychedelic.</li> </ul> <p>A, The Life I Live, 0:00, B, Cry In The Night, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/1978607##Discogs Rock Summer Is Here http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=423 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=423 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Outsiders-Summer_Is_Here.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Outsiders</li> <li>Publication date : 1967-05-00</li> <li>Duration : 6:32</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Relax</li> <li>Compositor : Ronald Splinter, Wally Tax</li> <li>Producer : John B. van Setten</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : The Outsiders was een Amsterdamse nederbeatband onder aanvoering van zanger Wally Tax. De band werd door Tax in 1960 opgericht toen hij 12 jaar was. In eerste instantie speelde de band voornamelijk in Amsterdamse gelegenheden. Later toerden de Outsiders door het hele land.<br /> <br /> The Outsiders speelden in het voorprogramma van het tweede optreden van The Rolling Stones in Nederland. Vanwege de chaos in 1964 in het Kurhaus organiseerde Paul Acket die toen in de Brabanthallen te 's-Hertogenbosch, op 26 maart 1966. Hitweek (het vakblad voor langharig werkschuw tuig) schreef dat The Outsiders beter waren dan de Stones en veel fans waren het daarmee eens. De Outsiders braken vervolgens landelijk door. De band had al een platencontract bij het OpArtlabel van Muziek Expres en namen You mistreat me en I Love Her Still, I Always Will op. Het werden geen hits, maar ze leverden de groep wel een contract bij platenmaatschappij Relax van Willem Duys op. Het erop volgende Lying All The Time belandde hoog in de hitparade, gevolgd door Touch, het bekendste nummer van The Outsiders. Andere hits zijn Keep On Trying, Monkey On Your Back en Summer is here.<br /> <br /> De stijl van The Outsiders was veel meer garagerock dan typische Nederbiet. De eerste langspeelplaat van The Outsiders bevatte naast studio-opnames ook live-opnames. Die waren op 17 februari 1967 opgenomen in Beatcentum 'De Schuur' in Breda. GTB Bakker's mobiele 8-sporenstudio was ter plaatse en nam in een dag de LP op. Dat was een primeur in Nederland. Een verslag vind je in &quot;Outsiders door insiders&quot; beschreven. De band trad op in Parijs in het voorprogramma van Little Richard. Zanger Wally Tax had inmiddels ook solo een aantal successen.</li> </ul> <p>A, Summer Is Here, 3:22, B, Teach Me To Forget You, 3:10</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/2091103##Discogs Rock Garage Rock Hi-De-Ho / The Battle http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=421 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=421 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=BloodSweatTears-HiDeHo.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Blood, Sweat And Tears</li> <li>Publication date : 1970</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : UK</li> <li>Label : CBS</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Bobby Colomby, Roy Halee</li> <li>Added by : 16/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, Hi-De-Ho, 0:00, B, The Battle, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/12925020##Discogs Jazz Rock Live http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=420 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=420 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Golden_E-ive.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Golden Earring</li> <li>Publication date : 1977</li> <li>Duration : 87:07</li> <li>Origin : Meneer Van Ulden</li> <li>Label : Polydor</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 30/06/2018</li> <li>Comments : Live is the first live album by Dutch rock band Golden Earring, released in 1977, recorded at London's Rainbow Theater</li> </ul> <p>01, Candy's Going Bad, 5:06, 02, She Flies on Strange Wings, 8:10, 03, Mad Love's Comin', 9:53, 04, Eight Miles High, 10:01, 05, Vanilla Queen, 11:45, 06, To the Hilt, 6:55, 07, Fightin' Windmills, 8:26, 08, Con Man, 9:09, 09, Radat Love, 11:17, 10, Just Like Vince Taylor, 6:25</p> Rock (Baby) You Don't Have To Tell Me / My Love Is Growing http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=415 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=415 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=WalkerBros-Baby_You_Dont_Have_To_Tell_Me.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Walker Brothers</li> <li>Publication date : 1966</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Netherlands</li> <li>Label : Philips</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, (Baby) You Don't Have To Tell Me, 0:00, B, My Love Is Growing, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/5278710##Discogs Rock Pop That Day / The Words I Need http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=413 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=413 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Golden_E-ThatDay.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Golden Earring</li> <li>Publication date : 1966</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Germany</li> <li>Label : International Polydor Production</li> <li>Compositor : George Kooymans, Rinus Gerritsen</li> <li>Producer : Fred Haayen</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, That Day, 0:00, B, The Words I Need, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/3001387##Discogs Rock A Matter Of Facts / / Who Is Who http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=407 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=407 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=DizzymansBand.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Dizzy Man's Band</li> <li>Publication date : 1971</li> <li>Duration : 6:45</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Injection</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Richard de Bois</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, A Matter Of Facts, 3:30, B, Who Is Who, 3:15</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/1699787##Discogs Rock Another 45 Miles / I Can't Get A Hold On Her http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=406 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=406 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Golden_E-45Miles.png&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Golden Earring</li> <li>Publication date : 1969</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Polydor</li> <li>Compositor : George Kooymans</li> <li>Producer : Fred Haayen</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, Another 45 Miles, 0:00, B, I Can't Get A Hold On Her, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/455189##Discogs Rock Mr. Tambourine Man / I Knew I'd Want You http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=405 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=405 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Byrds.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Byrds</li> <li>Publication date : 1965</li> <li>Duration : 4:31</li> <li>Origin : US</li> <li>Label : CBS</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Terry Melcher</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot; is a song by Bob Dylan, released as the first track of the acoustic side of his March 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home. The Byrds released a jangle pop version in April of the same year as their first single on Columbia Records, reaching number 1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the UK Singles Chart, as well as being the title track of their debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man. The Byrds' recording of the song was influential in popularizing the musical subgenres of folk rock and jangle pop, leading many contemporary bands to mimic its fusion of jangly guitars and intellectual lyrics in the wake of the single's success.<br /> <br /> This song has been performed and recorded by many artists, including Judy Collins, Odetta, Melanie, and William Shatner. The song's popularity led to Dylan recording it live many times, and it has been included in multiple Dylan and Byrds compilation albums. It has been translated into other languages, and has been used or referenced in television shows, films, and books.<br /> <br /> The song has a bright, expansive melody and has become famous in particular for its surrealistic imagery, influenced by artists as diverse as French poet Arthur Rimbaud and Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini. The lyrics call on the title character to play a song and the narrator will follow. Interpretations of the lyrics have included a paean to drugs such as LSD, a call to the singer's muse, a reflection of the audience's demands on the singer, and religious interpretations. Dylan's song has four verses, of which The Byrds only used the second for their recording. Dylan's and The Byrds' versions have appeared on various lists ranking the greatest songs of all time, including an appearance by both on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 best songs ever. Both versions received Grammy Hall of Fame Awards.<br /> <br /> The Byrds' version<br /> Release<br /> <br /> The Byrds performing &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot; on The Ed Sullivan Show, December 12, 1965<br /> &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot;, recorded in January 1965, was released on April 12, 1965 by Columbia Records as the debut single of the Byrds,[36] and in June 1965 as the title track of the band's debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man.[36] The Byrds' version is abridged and in a different key from Dylan's original.<br /> <br /> The single's success initiated the folk rock boom of 1965 and 1966, many acts imitating the band's hybrid of rock beat, jangly guitar, and poetic or socially conscious lyrics.[15][37] The single, the &quot;first folk rock smash hit&quot;,[38] gave rise to the very term &quot;folk rock&quot; in the U.S music press to describe the band's sound.[39][40]<br /> <br /> This hybrid had its antecedents in the American folk revival of the early 1960s,[41] the Animals's rock-oriented recording of the folk song &quot;The House of the Rising Sun,&quot;[42] the folk-influences present in the songwriting of the Beatles,[43] and the twelve-string guitar jangle of the Searchers, and the Beatles's George Harrison.[44] However, the success of the Byrds' debut created a template for folk rock that proved successful for many acts during the mid-1960s. [15][45]<br /> <br /> Conception<br /> <br /> Mr. Tambourine Man (1964 demo)<br /> MENU0:00<br /> An excerpt from a 1964 demo recording of &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot; by the Byrds, highlighting Michael Clarke's martial, marching band-style drumming.<br /> Problems playing this file? See media help.<br /> Most of the members of the Byrds had a background in folk music,[38] since Roger McGuinn (then known as Jim McGuinn), Gene Clark, and David Crosby had all worked as folk singers during the early 1960s.[46][47] They had spent time, independently of each other, in various folk groups, including the New Christy Minstrels, the Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, and Les Baxter's Balladeers.[46][48][49][50] In early 1964, McGuinn, Clark, and Crosby formed The Jet Set and started developing a fusion of folk-based lyrics and melodies, with arrangements in the style of the Beatles.[47][51] In August 1964, the band's manager Jim Dickson acquired an acetate disc of &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot; from Dylan's publisher, featuring a performance by Dylan and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.[3][47][52] Although the band members were initially unimpressed with the song, they began rehearsing and demoing it.[53] In an attempt to make it sound more like the Beatles, the band and Dickson elected to give the song a full, electric rock band treatment.[38][52][53] To further bolster the group's confidence in the song, Dickson invited Dylan to hear the band's rendition.[54] Dylan was impressed, enthusiastically commenting, &quot;Wow, you can dance to that!&quot; His endorsement erased any lingering doubts the band had about the song.[54] During this period, drummer Michael Clarke and bass player Chris Hillman joined,[47] and the band changed their name to the Byrds.[52] The two surviving demos of &quot;Mr. Tambourine Man&quot; dating from this period feature an incongruous marching band drum part from Clarke but overall the arrangement, which utilized a 4/4 time signature instead of Dylan's 2/4 configuration, is very close to the later single version.[55][56]</li> </ul> <p>A, Mr. Tambourine Man, 2:18, B, I Knew I'd Want You, 2:13</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/12688499##Discogs Rock (I Can't Get No Satisfaction) Satisfaction http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=403 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=403 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=RST-Satisfaction.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Rolling Stones</li> <li>Publication date : 1965</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Decca</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : Before Decca Netherlands pressed their own records: (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, ''export'' discs, pressed in the UK were used, with the same cat.nr as (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, the regular UK pressing, but with the ''Dutch'' B-side. The matrix number in the run-off vinyl for the B-side shows the ''export'' prefix XDRF.<br /> The picture sleeve was the same as the later Dutch issue, including the spelling error ''assistent''.<br /> The label shows ''Made in England'' at 11 o'clock.</li> </ul> <p>A, Satisfaction (I Can't Get No Satisfaction), 0:00, B, The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/5494131##Discogs Rock Blues Rock Hanky Panky http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=396 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=396 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=TommyJames-Hanky_Panky.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Tommy James And The Shondells</li> <li>Publication date : 1966</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Roulette, Roulette</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : In 1965, a local dance promoter, Bob Mack, found a copy of &quot;Hanky Panky&quot; in a used record bin and started playing it at his Pittsburgh dance clubs.[1][2] Soon after, a Pittsburgh area bootlegger made a copy of the song and began pressing copies of it, speeding it up slightly in the process.[3] Sales of the bootleg were estimated at 80,000 in ten days.[1][4] It became number one on Pittsburgh radio stations in early 1966.[4] Douglas heard about the record's sudden popularity in Pittsburgh because his name and location always appeared on Snap Records labels.[3] Numerous calls from Pittsburgh convinced James to go to Pennsylvania, where he met Mack and Chuck Rubin, who handled the talent bookings for Mack's dance clubs. Before long, all three major music trade papers, Billboard, Cashbox and Record World, were listing &quot;Hanky Panky&quot; as a regional breakout hit. Rubin, who had music industry connections, said it was a good time for the trio to travel to New York City in search of a record deal.[3]<br /> <br /> The men made the rounds of the major recording labels, getting initial potential offers from most companies they visited. One label, Roulette Records, gave no initial response because its head, Morris Levy, was out of town until evening; Roulette was one of the last stops on their visit.[3] By the next morning, Mack, Rubin, and James were now receiving polite refusals from the major record companies after the enthusiasm for the record the day before. James said, &quot;We didn't know what in the world was going on, and finally Jerry Wexler over at Atlantic leveled with us and said, 'Look, Morris Levy and Roulette called up all the other record companies and said, &quot;This is my freakin' record.&quot; (laughs) and scared 'em all away – even the big corporate labels.'&quot; Their only option would be to sign with Roulette.[4]</li> </ul> <p>A, Hanky Panky, 2:59, B, Thunderbolt, -</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/9998150##Discogs Rock Don't Think Twice http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=395 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=395 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=WonderWho-Sassy.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Wonder Who?</li> <li>Publication date : 1965</li> <li>Duration : 5:09</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Philips</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 12/12/1965</li> <li>Comments : The Wonder Who? was a nom de disque of The Four Seasons for four single records released from 1965 to 1967.[1] It was one of a handful of &quot;names&quot; used by the group at that time, including Frankie Valli (as a &quot;solo&quot; artist even though the Four Seasons were present on the record) and The Valli Boys. Wonder Who? recordings generally feature the falsetto singing by Valli, but with a softer falsetto than on &quot;typical&quot; Four Seasons recordings.<br /> <br /> The Wonder Who? history and beyond<br /> On the heels of recording a live album of Broadway tunes (to complete the settlement of the group's lawsuit with Vee-Jay), Valli, Crewe, and Gaudio had planned on recording an album consisting entirely of songs written by Bob Dylan, but as recording progressed, the concept was modified to include songs by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Valli was not happy with his vocals on the various takes of &quot;Don't Think Twice, It's All Right&quot; when he decided to record the song with a &quot;joke&quot; falsetto vocal to reduce the tension in the studio.[11]<br /> <br /> An executive of Philips Records heard a replay of the recording with a &quot;joke&quot; vocal and wanted it to be released as a single — Two years earlier, Peter, Paul, and Mary had reached the #9 position on the Hot 100 with their version of the song — but the recording by Valli and the band could not be released as either a Valli &quot;solo&quot; single or a Four Seasons single. Sold in a picture sleeve with a connect the dots puzzle, the record with the truncated name (&quot;Don't Think Twice&quot;) was released as by &quot;The Wonder Who?&quot; in November 1965.[12] It reached #12 on the Hot 100, and as it was sliding down the chart in January 1966, a Frankie Valli &quot;solo&quot; single (&quot;(You're Gonna) Hurt Yourself&quot;) and a Four Seasons single (&quot;Working My Way Back to You&quot;) were also in the upper half of the chart, giving three simultaneous hit records by the group under different guises.[13]<br /> <br /> In the wake of &quot;Don't Think Twice&quot;, Vee-Jay reissued a Four Seasons recording, &quot;Peanuts&quot; (originally a 1957 hit by Little Joe and the Thrillers), as by &quot;The Wonder Who&quot; (without the question mark).[14] As was the case with previous Four Seasons releases of the song, the &quot;Wonder Who&quot; single didn't sell and didn't chart.<br /> <br /> Two more &quot;Wonder Who?&quot; singles were released by Philips. Three of the four sides made it onto the lower reaches of the Hot 100.[15]<br /> <br /> &quot;Don't Think Twice&quot; and the other charting &quot;Wonder Who?&quot; recordings were included on Four Seasons albums, which, in their original releases, made no mention of the name that was created for single release.<br /> <br /> While &quot;Lonesome Road&quot; became the last &quot;Wonder Who?&quot; single, the group continued to release both Four Seasons and Frankie Valli &quot;solo&quot; singles until 1975, when Valli had recorded &quot;Swearin' to God&quot; without any participation from the group (his previous hit, &quot;My Eyes Adored You&quot; was recorded as a Four Seasons recording, but was released as a &quot;solo&quot; record).<br /> <br /> &quot;Don't Think Twice&quot;/&quot;Sassy&quot;<br /> Philips 40324, released October 1965. &quot;Don't Think Twice&quot; was originally recorded by composer Bob Dylan (as &quot;Don't Think Twice, It's All Right&quot;) on his 1963 album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Peter, Paul, and Mary released the most commercially successful version of the song in September 1963. It reached #9 on the Hot 100 singles chart. The &quot;Wonder Who?&quot; version peaked at #12 in December 1965.<br /> <br /> &quot;Sassy&quot; was an original instrumental by the Four Seasons. Composing credit was given to Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe.</li> </ul> <p>A, Don't Think Twice, 2:57, B, Sassy, 2:12</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/6428086##Discogs Rock Harry Sacksioni: Gitaar http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=393 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=393 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Harry_Sacksioni__Gitaar.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Harry Sacksioni</li> <li>Publication date : 1975</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Kringloop</li> <li>Label : Harlekijn</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Rob Chrispijn</li> <li>Added by : 02/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : Harry Sacksioni (Amsterdam, 23 oktober 1950) is een Nederlands gitarist.<br /> <br /> Als artiest legt Sacksioni geen nadruk op commercieel succes. Hierdoor komt hij weinig via radio en televisie onder de publieke aandacht. Hij brengt zijn platen alleen nog in eigen beheer en op zijn eigen label uit, als protest tegen de hoge prijzen van cd's. Eind 2003 is een livealbum verschenen van een tournee die hij in 2003 samen met de gitaristen Jan Kuiper, Eric Vaarzon Morel, Digmon Roovers en Zou Diarra heeft gemaakt onder de titel The Five Great Guitars. <br /> <br /> Het eerste studioalbum van deze gitaarvirtuoos van eigen bodem. Alle, tja hits kan ik het niet noemen maar zoiets dus..., zijn aanwezig: ''Elixer, ''Scarborough Fair'', ''Hagelslag'', ''Thee bij Tante Josephine'' en ''Huiswaarts''. Aanrader voor liefhebbers van goed gitaarspel of gewoon schitterende akoestische/instrumentale muziek.</li> </ul> <p>A1, Elixer, 0:00, A2, Scarborough Fair, 0:00, A3, Meta Sequoia, 0:00, A4, Lappenballerina, 0:00, A5, Hagelslag, 0:00, A6, Goofy, 0:00, B1, Thee Bij Tante Josephine, 0:00, B2, Huiswaarts, 0:00, B3, Tranen, 0:00, B4, De Vlechters, 0:00, B5, Kleedkamer, 0:00, B6, Breekbaar, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/1721092##Discogs Rock The Best Of Emerson Lake & Palmer http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=389 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=389 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=EmmersonLakePalmer-BestOf.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Emerson Lake &amp; Palmer</li> <li>Publication date : 1980</li> <li>Duration : 38:50</li> <li>Origin : Kringloop</li> <li>Label : Ariola</li> <li>Compositor : x</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 04/01/2019</li> <li>Comments : 202 933-320</li> </ul> <p>A1, Hoedown, 3:45, A2, Lucky Man, 4:38, A3, Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2, 4:48, A4, Jerusalem, 2:45, A5, Peter Gunn Theme, 3:37, B1, Fanfare For A Common Man, 2:57, B2, Still...You Turn Me On, 2:45, B3, Tiger In The Spotlight, 4:35, B4, Trilogy, 8:51</p> Rock Beatricks http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=379 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=379 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Protest-Beatricks.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Van Vollenhoven And His Royalties</li> <li>Publication date : 1980</li> <li>Duration : 9:34</li> <li>Origin : Netherlands</li> <li>Label : NAB</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 15/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, Beatricks, 5:18, B, Oranjemarmaladie (Leve De Groote Keijser), 4:16</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/7230454##Discogs Rock From A Jack To A King / Lucky Lips http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=376 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=376 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=LesCarl-From_A_Jack_To_A_King_Lucky_Lips.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Les Carle, Mike Redway, </li> <li>Publication date : 1963</li> <li>Duration : 0:00</li> <li>Origin : Frank</li> <li>Label : Discofoon</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2019</li> <li>Comments : -</li> </ul> <p>A, From A Jack To A King, 0:00, B, Lucky Lips, 0:00</p> https://api.discogs.com/releases/12937598##Discogs Rock Tonight I’m Yours http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=357 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=357 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Rod-Tonight_I%27m_Yours.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : Rod Stewart</li> <li>Publication date : 1981</li> <li>Duration : 41:36</li> <li>Origin : Markt</li> <li>Label : WEA Records</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 27/04/2018</li> <li>Comments : Tonight I'm Yours is the eleventh studio album by Rod Stewart, released in 1981. It features hints of classic rock, pop and new wave. The album had three hit singles, with the title track &quot;Tonight I'm Yours (Don't Hurt Me)&quot; (US Billboard No. 20, US Cash Box No. 15; Canada No. 2[4]), &quot;Young Turks&quot; (US No. 5), and &quot;How Long?&quot; (US No. 49).<br /> Tonight I'm Yours saw Rod Stewart further adopting current musical trends, after some disco-influenced songs on Blondes Have More Fun and Foolish Behaviour, by adding elements of synthpop and new wave to a couple of songs (the title track, and &quot;Young Turks&quot;), while mostly keeping to his rock traditions elsewhere. The album included three covers: &quot;Tear It Up&quot;, &quot;How Long?&quot;, and &quot;Just Like a Woman&quot;.<br /> <br /> The song &quot;Never Give Up on a Dream&quot; was dedicated to Canadian athlete Terry Fox, who ran 3,339 miles with one prosthetic leg in the Marathon of Hope to raise money for cancer research. Fox succumbed to cancer in 1981, the year the album was released.<br /> <br /> The music video for &quot;Tonight I'm Yours&quot; was shot by famous Australian Music-Video Director, Russell Mulchany <br /> <br /> The album was mostly well received, being given four out of five stars in both Rolling Stone's contemporary review[3] and in a retrospective from AllMusic.[1] On AllMusic, Stewart has not yet surpassed the 4-star rating that the album received with any of his subsequent releases. The album has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.<br /> <br /> The album reached No. 11 on the &quot;Pop Album Charts&quot; in the US, eventually going Platinum. The song &quot;Young Turks&quot; was the biggest hit from the album, reaching No. 5 on the &quot;Pop Singles&quot; chart. &quot;Young Turks&quot;, and four further singles, &quot;How Long?&quot;, &quot;Jealous&quot;, &quot;Tonight I'm Yours (Don't Hurt Me)&quot;, and &quot;Tora, Tora, Tora (Out With The Boys)&quot;, all peaked within the Top 50 of the &quot;Pop Singles&quot; and &quot;Mainstream Rock&quot; charts.</li> </ul> <p>1, Tonight I’m Yours (Don’t Hurt Me), 4:11, 2, How Long, 4:14, 3, Tora, Tora, Tora (Out With the Boys), 4:31, 4, Tear It Up, 2:28, 5, Only a Boy, 4:10, 6, Just Like a Woman, 3:57, 7, Jealous, 4:32, 8, Sonny, 4:04, 9, Young Turks, 5:03, 10, Never Give Up on a Dream, 4:21</p> http://musicbrainz.org/release/6598fef8-c584-4a6b-b034-c7f99f216495.html##MusicBrainz Rock Hunger http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=351 http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?collec=0&filter=genre%3D%3DRock&sort=idDSC&model=item&item=351 <img style="float:right" src="http://audio.frankkalf.nl/./?image=1&amp;collec=0&amp;img=Meteors-hunger.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Artist : The Meteors</li> <li>Publication date : 1980</li> <li>Duration : 36:00</li> <li>Origin : Discogs</li> <li>Label : Harvest</li> <li>Compositor : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Producer : Error : unknown "" field</li> <li>Added by : 14/02/2018</li> <li>Comments : The Meteors was een Nederlandse rockband die in hoofdzaak actief was van 1977 tot 1982.<br /> <br /> De groep werd in het najaar van 1977 opgericht door Ferdinand Bakker (gitaar), Job Tarenskeen (drums), die beiden in Alquin hadden gespeeld, en zanger en songwriter Hugo Sinzheimer (pseudoniem van Hugo Postma; hij gebruikte de naam van zijn moeder als artiestennaam). De eerste line up van de band bestond verder uit de Zweed Åke Danielson (keyboards), John Vee (pseudoniem van Jan Voster, basgitaar) en Erik de Zwaan (gitaar). Tarenskeen, Vee en De Zwaan verlieten in 1979 de groep. De Engelsman Kim Haworth (drums) en Gerrit Veen (bas) namen hun plaats in. Veen werd later vervangen door Freddie Cavalli (pseudoniem van Fred van Kampen) en weer later door Dick Schulte Nordholt.<br /> <br /> The Meteors bracht drie langspeelplaten uit. Teenage Heart (Bovema-Negram 1979) werd opgedragen aan Sylvia Kristel.[1] Hierna volgden Hunger (Harvest 1980), en Stormy Seas (CNR 1982). In 2004 werd Teenage Heart Xtra uitgebracht, een heruitgave van het eerste album uit 1979 aangevuld met live-opnamen. In 2005 volgde een heruitgave van Hunger, eveneens aangevuld met live-opnamen. Behalve in Nederland zijn er album releases in onder meer Duitsland, Frankrijk, Japan, Groot-Brittannië en de Verenigde Staten. De muziek van The Meteors is verwant aan David Bowie, Bryan Ferry en Brian Eno. Dit is mede het gevolg van de zang van Hugo Sinzheimer en de bemoeienis van de Duitste producer Conny Plank, producer van onder meer Eno, Devo, Ultravox en Eurythmics. The Meteors speelde niet alleen veel in Nederland, maar ook België, Duitsland en Engeland. Er werd in het totaal ruim 400 keer opgetreden.<br /> <br /> The Meteors was succesvol in het Nederlandse clubcircuit en hoorde tot een generatie rockbands die niet tot de punk maar meer tot de Nederlandse versie van de new-wave. Tot deze generatie behoorden onder meer ook Herman Brood &amp; His Wild Romance, Phoney and the Hardcore, Vitesse, White Honey, Urban Heroes, The Spiderz, The Tapes, The Nits en Gruppo Sportivo.<br /> <br /> Tussen The Meteors en Herman Brood &amp; The Wild Romance bestonden van oudsher nauwe contacten. Sinzheimer leverde teksten en nummers (samen met Erik Strack van Schijndel) voor de albums Street en Shpritsz. En gitarist Erik de Zwaan en basgitaristen Veen en Cavalli hadden bij Brood gespeeld voor ze naar The Meteors kwamen.<br /> <br /> Ondanks de pakkende nummers en het succes in de zalen wist de band nooit echt door te breken. De single It’s You, Only You (1979), kreeg veel aandacht op de radio, maar haalde slechts de Tipparade. Het nummer werd in 1983 opgenomen door Lene Lovich voor haar album No man's land en werd een hit in de VS. In 2004 en 2005 kwam de band opnieuw bij elkaar ter gelegenheid van de heruitgave op cd van de twee elpees, Teenage Heart en Hunger.<br /> <br /> Band members included singer Hugo Sinzheime, Åke Danielson (keyboards) Ferdinand Bakker (guitar), Gerrit Veen (bass) and Kim Haworth (drums<br /> <br /> Members<br /> Hugo Sinzheimer zang <br /> Åke Danielson toetsinstrumenten <br /> Gerrit Veen basgitaar <br /> Kim Haworth drums <br /> Ferdinand Bakker gitaar, viool (v/h Alquin)<br /> <br /> Former members<br /> Erik de Zwaan gitaar <br /> Jan Voster basgitaar <br /> Dick Schulte Nordholt basgitaar <br /> Freddie Cavalli basgitaar <br /> Job Tarenskeen achtergrondzang, drums (v/h Alquin)<br /> <br /> Albums<br /> <br /> 1979 - Teenage Heart, LP, Bovema Negram, 5C 064-26235<br /> 1980 - Hunger, LP, EMI Group, 1A 062-26540, 1980 peaked at No. 30<br /> 1982 - Stormy Seas, LP, CNR Records, 655155, 1982<br /> 2004 - Teenage Heart Xtra, EMI reissue of 1979 album with extra tracks<br /> 2005 - Hunger Xtra, EMI, reissue of 1980 album<br /> <br /> Singles<br /> <br /> &quot;It's You, Only You&quot; (Mein Schmerz), 7&quot;, 1979, Negram 5C 006-26213, B: &quot;Night Life&quot;, 1979, Top 40<br /> &quot;Candy&quot;, 7 inch, 1980, Harvest 1A 006-26594, B: &quot;It Sucks&quot;, 1981, Top 40<br /> &quot;Pilot&quot;, 7 inch, 1980, Harvest, 1A 006-26447, B: &quot;Pilot Conversation&quot;,<br /> &quot;Together Too Long, 7 inch, 1980, Harvest, 1A 006-26539, B: &quot;Out Of The Race&quot;, 1980, Top 40, Tip<br /> &quot;No Way In, No Way Out, 7 inch, 1981, Harvest, 006-26645, &quot;Charms Or Chains&quot;<br /> &quot;Stormy Seas, 7 inch, 1982, CNR, 144926, B &quot;Shoot Or Be Shot&quot; 1982, Top 40<br /> &quot;Cha no yu&quot;, Maxi Disco Single, 1982, CNR, 151.084 B &quot;Expedition 2 (Radio version)&quot;</li> </ul> <p>01, Charms Or Chains, 3.40, 02, Bombitta, 3.43, 03, Work, 3.43, 04, No Way In, No Way Out, 2.43, 05, Don't Talk To Me, 3.19, 06, Candy, 3.06, 07, Monday Night Exile, 3.05, 08, It Sucks, 3.58, 09, Together Too Long, 3.34, 10, Cindy, 3.00, 11, Cubist Boy, 3.07</p> Rock