Though the pilots attempted an emergency landing on a small airstrip, the plane crashed in a forest five miles northeast of Gillsburg, Mississippi. The other band members Collins, Rossington, Wilkeson, Powell, Pyle, and Hawkins , tour manager Ron Eckerman,  and road crew survived, but suffered serious injuries. Following the crash and the ensuing press, Street Survivors became the band's second platinum album and reached No.
The single "What's Your Name? The original cover sleeve for Street Survivors had featured a photograph of the band standing on a city street with all its buildings engulfed in flames, some near the center nearly obscuring Steve Gaines's face. After the plane crash, this cover became highly controversial. Out of respect for the deceased and at the request of Teresa Gaines, Steve's widow , MCA Records withdrew the original cover and replaced it with a similar image of the band against a simple black background, which was on the back cover of the original sleeve.
Conspiracy theorists have long claimed that only those band members touched by flame in the photograph were killed in the crash, but this is not true flame appears to touch nearly all band members. The Good Doctor. Jacob Nielson. Cole Bontrager. The Siegel Family.
Joseph Hartmann. Andrew Castillo. Yessum Jessum. Justin Valmassoi. Kyle Preister. Matthew Griggs. When Hollywood Records reissued the albums, they first used the generic covers also, but then reissued the albums with new cover art with high quality full color photos for the cover art.
Hollywood also often changed the names of the artists when they changed cover art, so we have several cases where the exact same album is credited to two different artists' names. The revised album cover art is mostly a series of photos with studio models, sometimes including recognized Hollywood actors and actresses.
It is interesting to note that although different female models were used or at least their hair was different for the different albums, the male model was often the same compare LPH through LPH, for example. Hollywood Records did not last much past , when they began selling off their assets.
The first Hollywood label was usually dark red with silver print far left , but had several color variations, including other shades of red and maroon-to brown near left. There was a thin ring about a quarter of the way from the outer edge of the label to the center hole. Later, the label changed somewhat far left , with the ring gone and the writing at the bottom now including a silver disc and a different font.
Near the end of their life, the later Hollywood label near left had just the label name in block letters at the top. This article is about the Barry Manilow album. Barry Manilow. Somewhere in My Lifetime Dionne Midnight. A less urbanised stylist than Waters, Wolf tapped into raw Delta-voodoo roots and his best performances possessed shamanistic intensity.
The French composer Jean-Jacques Perrey was an early master of the Ondioline, a proto-synthesizer from the s. The instrument has a monophonic vacuum-tube keyboard, the keys themselves mounted on springs, so that they can be manipulated to create a vibrato effect whilst playing.
Its suite of slow-paced lullabies was intended for mental hospitals to use as a sort of audio sedative. Kwela aka pennywhistle jive was the link between the South African township-music marabi in the s and the mbaqanga and sax jive styles which emerged in the s.
In the street, kwela was typically played on three or four pennywhistles, with the lead musician playing the melody and improvising around it while his colleagues riffed in the background. In the recording studio, a stand-up bass was sometimes added.
Spokes Mashiyane was the most popular performer, rivalled only by Lemmy Mabaso. King Kwela is a collection of previously issued singles and is authentic kwela at its best. Just when most contemporary observers were writing off big-band jazz as an anachronism, in need of radical retooling by the likes of Gil Evans, the venerable Count Basie recorded this stomping celebration of the classic sound. Still kicking? He was revered by the new generation of bossa nova singers and his songs were staples of the genre.
The album was recorded at a frat party at Cornell University, an Ivy League institution whose students could afford to finance mementos such as this.
But Gaynair was born in Jamaica and moved to Germany in , at a time when the best jazz was widely considered to come exclusively from the US. Gaynair made only three albums as leader before his death in Blue Bogey was the first.
The second, Africa Calling, was recorded in , but the demise of Tempo that year led to it staying unreleased for decades. Both albums were recorded in London with British rhythm sections and reveal a saxophonist who had clearly been listening to Benny Golson and Lucky Thompson, but who had infused those influences with a twist of the Caribbean.
As good as anything Hank Mobley recorded and, for the moment anyway, available for a lot less money. By , when this compilation was released, Brown had developed an equally affecting stage-routine to go with it — pleading, begging, falling to his knees in apparent exhaustion and having to be ushered towards the wings by a member of his entourage, only to break free and return to the mic for an extended reprise. Great song, great theatre. Luke's Choristers. Samuel J. Hoffman Theramin with Orchestra conducted by Les Baxter [?
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