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Iroquois people occasionally fought the Lenape, surviving Lenape moved west into the upper Ohio River basin. The American Revolutionary War and United States independence pushed them further west, in the s, the United States government sent most Lenape remaining in the eastern United States to the Indian Territory under the Indian removal policy.
In the 21st century, most Lenape now reside in the US state of Oklahoma, with communities living also in Wisconsin, Ontario. The Dutch considered the entire Delaware River valley to be part of their New Netherland colony, inSwedish settlers led by renegade Dutch established the colony of New Sweden at Fort Christina and quickly spread out in the valley.
InNew Sweden supported the Susquehannocks in their defeat of the English colony of Maryland 2. He has worked as a composer for movies and musicals and has acted in supporting roles in films, including Paradise Alley and he also starred in Jim Jarmuschs film Down by Law.
He was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on One from the Heart. Waits lyrics frequently present atmospheric portraits of grotesque, often seedy characters and places and he has a cult following and has influenced subsequent songwriters despite having little radio or music video support. His songs are best-known through cover versions by more artists, Jersey Girl, performed by Bruce Springsteen, Ol 55, by the Eagles. Although Waits albums have met with mixed success in his native United States.
He has been nominated for a number of music awards and has won Grammy Awards for two albums, Bone Machine and Mule Variations. After his parents divorced inhe lived with his mother in Whittier, Waits, who taught himself how to play the piano on a neighbors instrument, often took trips to Mexico with his father, who taught Spanish. He would later say that he found his love of music during these trips through a Mexican ballad that was probably a Ranchera, you know, on the car radio with my dad.
Bywhile attending at Hilltop High School in Chula Vista and he later admitted that he was not a fan of the s music scene, stating, I wasnt thrilled by Blue Cheer, so I found an alternative, even if it was Bing Crosby. These early tracks were released 20 years later on The Early Years, Volume One, Waits signed to Asylum Records inand after numerous abortive recording sessions, his first record—the jazzy, folk-tinged Closing Time—was released in It was founded inevolving from an enterprise named the American Graphophone Company.
Columbia is the oldest surviving brand name in the sound business. Columbia Records went on to release records by an array of singers, instrumentalists. It is one of Sony Musics three flagship record labels alongside RCA Records and Epic Records, rather, as above, it was connected to CBS, a broadcasting media company which had purchased the company inand had been co-founded in by Columbia Records itself.
The Columbia Phonograph Company was founded in by stenographer, lawyer and New Jersey native Edward Easton and it derived its name from the District of Columbia, where it was headquartered.
At first it had a monopoly on sales and service of Edison phonographs and phonograph cylinders in Washington. As was the custom of some of the regional companies, Columbia produced many commercial cylinder recordings of its own. Columbias ties to Edison and the North American Phonograph Company were severed in with the North American Phonograph Companys breakup, thereafter it sold only records and phonographs of its own manufacture.
InColumbia introduced the XP record, a brown wax record. According to Gracyk, the molded brown waxes may have sold to Sears for distribution. Columbia began selling records and phonographs in addition to the cylinder system inpreceded only by their Toy Graphophone of For a decade, Columbia competed with both the Edison Phonograph Company cylinders and the Victor Talking Machine Company disc records as one of the top three names in American recorded sound.
In order to add prestige to its catalog of artists. The firm also introduced the internal-horn Grafonola to compete with the extremely popular Victrola sold by the rival Victor Talking Machine Company, during this era, Columbia used the famous Magic Notes logo—a pair of sixteenth notes in a circle—both in the United States and overseas. Columbia was split into two companies, one to make records and one to make players, Columbia Phonograph was moved to Connecticut, and Ed Easton went with it.
Eventually it was renamed the Dictaphone Corporation, in lateColumbia went into receivership 4. MCA was forced to exit the talent agency business in order to complete the merger, as American Decca owned Universal Pictures, MCA assumed full ownership of Universal and made it into the top film studio in town, producing hit after hit.
Inthe owner of Decca, E. Lewis, chose to split off the U. Decca company from the U. Lewis sold the remainder of his U. Decca holdings when war did break out, MCAs U. Decca owned the rights to the Decca name in the rest of the world, after the war, British Decca formed a new U.
During this time U. Decca and Kapp label material outside North America. Decca but it moved to EMI in Indistribution moved to CBS, while the last releases in the s were self-distributed, as the U. MCA Records material was released in the U. Maitland was unsuccessful in his attempt to consolidate Warner Bros. Records with co-owned Atlantic Records which led to his departure from Warner, the three labels maintained their identities for a short time but were retired in favor of the MCA label in Beginning the same year the catalogs of Decca, Uni and Kapp were reissued in the U.
This design was inspired by the U. Decca label of the s 5. Freddie King — Freddie King was an American blues guitarist and singer.
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He has been described as one of the Three Kings of electric guitar, along with Albert King. He was an influential guitarist with hits for Federal Records in the early s and his soulful and powerful voice and distinctive guitar style inspired countless musicians, particularly guitarists. He was one of the first bluesmen to have a backing band at live performances. According to his birth certificate he was named Fred King. When Freddie was six years old, his mother and his uncle began teaching him to play the guitar, in autumnKing and his family moved from Dallas to the South Side of Chicago.
In King started working in a steel mill, in the same year he married another Texas native, Jessie Burnett. In he recorded with the latter for Parrot Records, as the s went on, King played with several of Muddy Waterss sidemen and other Chicago mainstays, including the guitarists Jimmy Rogers, Robert Lockwood, Jr. Both tracks feature the guitar of Robert Lockwood, Jr. The complaint was that King sang too much like B. King, a newer blues scene, lively with nightclubs and upstart record companies, was burgeoning on the West Side, though.
The bassist and producer Willie Dixon, during a period of estrangement from Chess in the late s, asked King to come to Cobra Records for a session, meanwhile, King established himself as perhaps the biggest musical force on the West Side. Rolling Stone placed Wray at No.
Though he began in music, his musical style went on to consist primarily of rock and roll, rockabilly. Apache was an instrumental composed by Jerry Lordan, it was originally a hit in the United Kingdom for The Shadows inWray recorded a cover version 30 years later, when it was also associated with The Ventures and the Incredible Bongo Band.
Wray served in the US Army during the Korean War, and contracted tuberculosis and his stay concluded with the removal of a lung, which doctors predicted would mean he would never be able to sing again.
Before, during and after his stints with major labels Epic and Swan, tiring of the corporate music machine, he began recording albums using a three-track studio he converted from an outbuilding on his brothers property that his father used to raise chickens.
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While living in the San Francisco Bay Area in the early s and he subsequently formed a band initially featuring special guest Cipollina along with the rhythm section from Cipollinas band Copperhead, bassist Hutch Hutchinson, and drummer David Weber.
He toured and recorded two albums with retro-rockabilly artist Robert Gordon in the late s, the s to the present day saw a large number of reissues as well as new material. One member of his band in the s, drummer Anton Fig, inhe played on four songs of the album Chatterton by French rocker Alain Bashung. Wrays first three marriages—to Elizabeth Canady Wray, Katherine Tidwell Wray, and Sharon Wray—each ended in divorce, although Wray had eight children with his first three wives, he had little contact with any of them after relocating to Denmark in the early s.
He died of heart failure, aged 76, insurvivors included his fourth wife, Olive Julie Povlsen Wray, and their son. Otis Rush — Otis Rush is a blues guitarist and singer. His distinctive guitar style features a sound and long bent notes. Rush is left-handed and, unlike many other left-handed guitarists, plays a left-handed instrument strung upside-down and he has played often with the little finger of his pick hand curled under the low E for positioning.
It is widely believed that this contributes to his distinctive sound and he has a wide-ranging, powerful tenor voice. Maybe they did two sets? I would guess this is only a partial show. It's almost a compilation of all the songs TCYR did live, but never recorded.
But I was too young for the bar shows. I did see the Young Rumblers a lot during this time period playing high schools and colleges where the shows would only be one straight show with no breaks. I always remembered them opening with "Rumble. Is it possible that they were holding the core Rumble songs for the studio recording?Tommy Conwell, The Young Rumblers - I'm Seventeen
So, maybe it was just a matter of trying out newer material…at least for this concert? Also, I forget that sometimes there were early and late shows…. His last show at Ardmore Music Hall was pretty much all covers during the encore if I am not mistaken…. You are correct, sir! By the way, Ardmore Music Hall was so packed. So back to the tracks Guitar solo and breakdown are the best moments of the song. This song is the heart and soul of his sound. Should be done properly in the studio.
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Give it a little punch and let it run wild! This is a good version of Demolition Derby, but my favorite was probably played in Italy! I think you are on to something, DJ Caterina — I do think these are songs considered for the album and maybe the band was holding off some of the Rumble songs — I know that I saw Tommy in concert a lot before the national album was released in More thoughts as I listen to the rest of this concert I would also add this to any potential TCYR new album.
It's a great song that is pure Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers. Tommy doesn't have to re-invent the wheel if he records again I feel that the Young Rumblers really rock this song and take it as far away from rockabilly as humanly possibly compared to the Stray Cats version. TCYR sounds way more punk and edgy to me here than the original. Are we listening to two different tracks, Joe? Such great musicianship -- and the band is so confident!