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    Commercial release: 2. Columbia US () Columbia six eye promo, mono and stereo, and Retailer Retailer promo of forthcoming releases – record store ephemera c Formal promo labels for mono and stereo, below circa (examples from Ebay, montage by LJC) Columbia six-eye mono DG “walking eye” ™ ().
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    Feb 11,  · With many hit singles (including “Heartbreak Hotel”), Elvis Presley emerges as one of the world's first rock stars. The gyrating rocker enjoys fame on the stages of the Milton Berle, Steve Allen and Ed Sullivan shows, as well as in the first of his many movies, Love Me Tender. Leonard Bernstein completes West Side Story.
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    "Release Me" (sometimes rendered as "Release Me (and Let Me Love Again)"), is a popular song written by Eddie "Piano" Miller and Robert Yount in Four years later it was recorded by Jimmy Heap & the Melody Masters (in ), and with even better success by Patti Page (), Ray Price (), and Kitty Wells ().
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    Sep 03,  · Frank's complete Capitol singles including all of those B-sides that have never come out on CD and in some cases haven't been available since their original issue some 40 years ago! And when you consider that with the A-sides you're also getting all the hits, AND that this is the classic Capitol period, you're getting the best of all possible /5(48).
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    Sep 16,  · Please Believe Me · Margo Guryan 27 Demos ℗ Dartmoor Music manufactured under license by Oglio Records, a division of The Oglio Entertainment Group, Inc. Released on:
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    Jan 15,  · Columbia (and Epic, in particular) had a very potent C&W production line, many of their greatest session players lived and worked there, and dozens of dozens of Bob Dylan, John Cash, Skip Spence and George Jones & Tammy Wynette albums were recorded there. Correct me if I am wrong, I believe Bob Johnston (Dylan’s producer) was a Nashville native.
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    The Grateful Dead formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in amid the counterculture of the mmanhepalvepenswafiwinwoodsstononas.coinfo had many musical influences, and their music evolved to a great degree over time. They made extensive use of improvisation, and are considered one of the originators of jam band music. The founding members were Jerry Garcia on guitar and vocals, Bob Weir on guitar and vocals, Phil Lesh .