Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD)

Music Categories: Oldies: Bubble Gum. Paul Anka. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. View Catalogs Online. Safe Shopping Guarantee. Buy a Gift Certificate. Customer Reviews. Contact Info. Privacy Policy. Send Feedback. Originally a Mexican folk song, Valens added a rock and roll rhythm to the lyrics and turned it into an instant crossover hit.

It was the first fully Spanish rock song to perform well on the Billboard charts at the time. At just 17 years old, Valens was set for stardom. The tragic event later became known as "The Day the Music Died. With a little time left during a Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD), the enthusiastic crowd encouraged Charles and the band to keep playing and to record the excitable energy. This powerful song written by Cooke was a response to Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD) struggles Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD) by him and those around him during the Civil Rights Movement.

Furious with the way his friends and family were being treated, and after hearing Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind," Cooke added his take on the injustices towards African Americans. Two weeks before the song was released, Cooke was shot in the chest and killed at a motel by the motel's manager. She had claimed self-defense, but it was widely disputed.

After his death, the song became even more important to the Civil Rights Movement. After John F. Kennedy's assassination, the country was in a collective lull. Out of nowhere, Brit-pop phenomenon the Beatles crossed over to the United States with upbeat, positive sounds.

The world was ready to feel happy again when The Beatles stepped out on the scene. The country was still reeling from the loss of Kennedy, but their infectious hit turned up America's collective energy. When they performed their upbeat music on The Ed Sullivan Show70 million viewers turned in to see the instant superstars.

Originally written and released by Otis Redding in '65, Franklin's rendition made the song the anthemic classic it is today. Its success and powerful message paved the way for countless black female singers to express themselves and command respect in the music industry.

This song was the perfect representation of the end of the innocence of the '60s. The band's tongue-in-cheek retelling of the children's story Alice in Wonderland mixed with a lot of double entendre made this far-out song an instant classic. During the late '60s, a disillusioned generation experimented with hallucinogens to escape the threatening Vietnam War. When Jefferson Airplane released this song, it was the first big radio hit to find a way to coyly address the growing trend of using drugs to escape "down the rabbit hole.

Bowie was the first headlining music artist to experiment with personas and gender-bending. Throughout his legendary career, Bowie continued to push boundaries. The epic rock ballad is one of the highest selling songs ever and perfectly encapsulated the hard guitar sounds that were popular at the time. Queen was able to distinguish their sound from contemporaries like Led Zeppelin, Heart, and Pink Floyd with songs like "Bohemian Rhapsody". Running just under six minutes, the track takes operatic, hard rock and dramatic shifts to elevate it above all other rock songs of the decade.

But it certainly helped introduce the song to another generation of instant fans. Summer's "I Feel Love" was one of the most popular songs of the disco era of the '70s. While other dance songs were recorded with orchestras, the production team produced the song with a synthesizer. Respected music producer Brian Eno declared after hearing the song, "Look no further.

This single is going to change the sound Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD) club music for the next 15 years. The Sex Pistols song of the same name is largely credited as the best punk single of all time. It's no surprise they named the song the way they did, as they unapologetically opposed the British Monarchy. As a result, the sound quality improved dramatically over their compilations.

I dissected many of the following Razor And Tie collections in gory detail, and I can conculde the following:. I have track-by-track mastering notes for a few of the Razor And Tie Various - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD) that were mastered by Steve Hoffman.

My notes show what earlier and later CDs use the same analog transfer as what's on the Razor And Tie discs. Addicted To Love - Robert Palmer [video version that's possibly used on the UK 45; it's missing a beat on the intro]. Karma Chameleon - Culture Club [proper length; there are also versions on CD running too short at about and about ; has tiny noise at very tail of fade].

Based on Rhino's Billboard Top Hitsno noise at tail of fade. Everybody Have Fun Tonight - Wang Chung [true 45 edit, but suffers from tape drag; starts at All of the above suffer from tape drag. The version on Rhino's Like Omigod is a homemade attempt to recreate the 45 edit from better tape sources, but is incorrect because it misses the second edit and instead fades early. The 45 edit doesn't exist on CD in a good-sounding version; best to do your own edit from the LP version on the Greatest HitsVarious - The Millenniums Greatest Caribbean Party (CD) sounds great.

Not sure where this came from, but it runs about 0.

Hukutettu Kiehuvassa Spermassa, Law - Various - C86 (Vinyl, LP), La Fin à Petit Feu - Bonjour Brumaire - De La Nature Des Foules (CD, Album), Weekday Mourning - Various - Soma Coma Vol. III (CD), Seasons Of Decay - Sex Cross - Seasons Of Decay (Vinyl), Jag Vill Ha En Gondol - STHLMS LIV - Stockholm Streets (CD), Wall, Hvala Mu - Ceca Slavković* - Pola / Pola (Cassette, Album), Exodus - Liberace - Ill Be Seeing You (Vinyl, LP), The Weight - Various - Easy Rider (Songs As Performed In The Motion Picture) (Vinyl, LP), Sunset At The House By The River - Third Floor (2) - Darc Radio Part 1 (File, MP3), Chicago - Unknown Artist - Lady Be Good (Vinyl)