The soundtrack from the film Led-Zeppelin: The Song Remains the same.
Primeiro álbum ao vivo do Led Zeppelin lançado em 76 e gravado em 73 no Madison Square Garden. Álbum raríssimo no Brasil.
On this day in 1972, Chuck Berry started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'My Ding-A-Ling', his first and the only US and UK No.1, 17 years after his first chart hit. The song is based on the melody of the 19th-century folk song "Little Brown Jug". The song tells of how the singer received a toy consisting of "silver bells hanging on a string" from his grandmother, who calls them his "ding-a-ling". According to the song, he plays with it in school and holds onto it in dangerous situations like falling after climbing the garden wall and swimming across a creek infested with snapping turtles. From the second verse onward, the lyrics consistently exercise the double entendre in that a penis could just as easily be substituted for the toy bells and the song would still make sense. #ChuckBerry#RocknRoll#RockandRoll#MyDingALing#70s#Music
On this day in 1972, Curtis Mayfield started a four-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with the soundtrack to 'Superfly'. Superfly is the third studio album by American soul musician Curtis Mayfield, released in July 1972 on Curtom Records. It was released as the soundtrack for the Blaxploitation film of the same name. Widely considered a classic of 1970s soul and funk music, Super Fly was a nearly immediate hit. Its sales were bolstered by two million-selling singles, "Freddie's Dead" (#2 R&B, #4 Pop) and the title track (#5 R&B, #8 Pop). Super Fly is one of the few soundtracks to out-gross the film it accompanied. Superfly, along with Marvin Gaye's What's Going On, was one of the pioneering soul concept albums, with its then-unique socially aware lyrics about poverty and drug abuse making the album stand out. The film and the soundtrack may be perceived as dissonant, since the film holds rather ambiguous views on drug dealers, whereas Curtis Mayfield's position is far more critical. Like What's Going On, the album was a surprise hit that record executives felt had little chance at significant sales. Due to its success, Mayfield was tapped for several film soundtracks over the course of the decade. #CurtisMayfield#Superfly#70s#Disco#Soul#RandB#RnB#Music#FreddiesDead#Historic#RollingStone#Billboard#Spin#EbonyMagazine#EssenceMagazine#JetMagazine#SoulTrain
For sale: Brasilia display/bookshelf cabinet. So many uses! Think media cabinet, China hutch, pyrex hoarder heaven! Whatever! Great condition! Top has been refinished with lacquer, hairpins added and this baby is ready to roll! $300 takes it. Measures 55 inches wide nearly 53 inches tall and 13 inches deep! Local pick or shipping available. DM for details.
On this day in 1997, Elton John's 'Candle In The Wind 97' was declared by the Guinness Book Of Records as the biggest selling single record of all time, with 31.8 million sales in less than 40 days and raising more than £20 million for charity. "Candle in the Wind" is a threnody with music and lyrics by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. It was originally written in 1973, in honor of Marilyn Monroe, who had died 11 years earlier. In 1997, John performed a rewritten version of the song as a tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales. This version of the song was released as a single and reached No. 1 in many countries, proving a much greater success than the original, officially being listed as the second best-selling single of all time, behind Bing Crosby's "White Christmas". The original version in the key of E major appeared on John's 1973 album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road recorded in May 1973 and released in 1974. The lyrics of the song are a sympathetic portrayal of the life of Marilyn Monroe. (The song's opening line "Goodbye, Norma Jean" refers to Monroe's real name, Norma Jeane (more commonly spelled Jean) Baker.) In the Eagle Vision documentary on the making of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Taupin said the song is about "the idea of fame or youth or somebody being cut short in the prime of their life. The song could have been about James Dean, it could have been about Montgomery Clift, it could have been about Jim Morrison ... how we glamorize death, how we immortalize people." The single release of the original song reached No. 11 in the UK charts in 1974. At the time, it was not released as a single in the United States ("Bennie and the Jets" was chosen instead). Taupin was inspired to write the song after hearing the phrase "candle in the wind" used in tribute to Janis Joplin. #EltonJohn#CandleInTheWind#Music#70s#80s#90s#BernieTaupin#TheGreatest#GuinessBookOfRecords#RockAndRollHallOfFame#Billboard#RollingStone#Spin#MarilynMonroe#NormaJean
Fall in LA means #fashionistas hit the flea! Sunday, Oct 22 at Pierce find all your #vintage and #artisan styles. #victorian to #punk we've got you covered. ...........
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Last gig for the year is wrapped up!!! Thank you so much to everyone who came to a gig - I know it was a quiet year as I work towards new recordings but I am so excited to be gearing up to get these out to your ears! I'll share some news soon on what's up next for little Deenzabar. 😘😘😘 P.s fabric bandaids worked a treat on my blistered busted fingers.