Die Larifari Vinyl Party Vol 83
Larifari-Schallplatten-Disco von AC/DC bis ZZ TOP
Abba bis Zappa von Elvis bis James Brown
Kai Uwe Krause und Ralf Manthei
27.01.2018 Bocksaal Leutkirch
Beginn 20 Uhr, Eintritt frei
zur Musikgeschichte an diesem Tag
Rock'n'Roll History for January 27th
1956 - ClassicBands.com
Elvis Presley's smash single, "Heartbreak Hotel" was released by RCA Records, who had just purchased Presley's contract from Sun Records for $35,000. The song sold 300,000 copies the first week and would eventually sell over a million, becoming Elvis' first Gold record.
1958 - ClassicBands.com
Little Richard left Rock and Roll and enrolled in bible school at Oakwood College in Huntsville, Alabama. Richard explained that while flying over the Philippines on tour, the wing of his plane caught fire and his prayers that the flames go out were answered, so he decided to dedicate the rest of his life to God. Some of the members of his touring band found work with James Brown's Famous Flames. During his four years in school, Richard still had hit records with previously recorded material like "Good Golly Miss Molly". By the time he returned to music in 1962, the British Invasion had started and the best Richard could do was a minor UK hit, "He Got What He Wanted". In 1965, Jimi Hendrix backed him on "I Don't Know What You've Got, But It's Got Me", but the song barely cracked the US Hot 100, topping out at number 92.
1962 - ClassicBands.com
Elvis Presley received his 29th Gold record for "Can't Help falling in Love", just weeks after getting one for the soundtrack to his seventh movie, Blue Hawaii.
The house band from New York's Peppermint Lounge, Joey Dee And The Starliters had the number song in the US with "The Peppermint Twist". The single reached #33 on the UK chart.
1964 - ClassicBands.com
The Rolling Stones appear as judges on the British rate-a-record TV show called Juke Box Jury. Their rude behavior on the set causes a furor in the British press.
1967 - ClassicBands.com
General Motors begins offering an eight-track tape player as an option in their Buick line. They had been available from Ford since September, 1965. Although they were very popular for awhile, the tapes would be phased out of US retail stores by late 1982.
1968 - ClassicBands.com
Otis Redding's "Sittin' On The Dock of the Bay" is released, six weeks after he was killed in a plane crash. It will become the first posthumous number-one single in US chart history. Otis had intended to return to the studio at a later date to add lyrics in place of the whistling that is heard during the closing bars.
The Bee Gees played their first American concert at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. After collecting their $50,000 fee, they headed immediately back to England.
1970 - ClassicBands.com
John Lennon writes, records and mixes "Instant Karma" during a nine hour session. Phil Spector produced the effort with George Harrison on guitar, Billy Preston on piano, Klaus Voormann on bass and Alan White on drums.
1972 - ClassicBands.com
The New Seekers receive a Gold record for "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing". The song received extensive air-play as the music for Coca-Cola commercials.
1973 - ClassicBands.com
Stevie Wonder scores his second US number one with his twenty-third Top 40 hit, "Superstition". It reached #11 in the UK.
1976 - ClassicBands.com
31 year old Gary Glitter, often called The King of British Glam, announces that he is retiring. Although he says he has no intention of returning to show business, financial pressures would soon force him to change his mind.
1984 - ClassicBands.com
Michael Jackson suffers scalp and neck burns when his hair catches fire during an accidental explosion on the set of a Pepsi commercial shot in Los Angeles. Pepsi paid Jackson a $1.5 million settlement, which he then donated to the Brotman Memorial Hospital where he was treated. The commercial debuted on MTV on February 27, 1984 with the fire scene edited out.
1991 - ClassicBands.com
Whitney Houston sings "The Star Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl XXV (25) in Miami Florida.
1993 - ClassicBands.com
Warner Brothers Records announces that it is releasing rapper Ice-T (real name Tracy Marrow) from his contract due to "creative differences." The previous summer the record company found itself in the middle of controversy over Ice-T's song, "Cop Killer". Marrow would go on to co-star in the police drama, Law and Order in 1999.
1998 - ClassicBands.com
James Brown was charged with possession of marijuana and unlawful use of a firearm after police were called to his South Carolina home. Brown later claimed that the drugs were used to help his eyesight.
2002 - ClassicBands.com
Brian Wilson played the first of four sold-out nights at The Royal Festival Hall, London.
2006 - ClassicBands.com
Gene McFadden, R&B vocalist and songwriter, best known as half of the Philly soul team McFadden & Whitehead, died of cancer at the age of 56. The duo reached number 13 on the Billboard chart in 1979 with "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now".
2010 - ClassicBands.com
Former ABBA vocalist Anni-Frid Lyngstad revealed that although she has since come to terms with being famous, she once harbored regrets about singing in the group because she was so overwhelmed by the band's worldwide popularity. She admitted that she felt desperate to swap her legacy for a normal life.
2014 - ClassicBands.com
Pete Seeger, the banjo-picking troubadour who introduced generations of Americans to their Folk Music heritage, died of natural causes at the age of 94. As a member of The Weavers, he recorded such hits as "Goodnight Irene" and "On Top of Old Smokey" and would go on to write "If I Had a Hammer", "Turn, Turn, Turn", "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine".
2015 - ClassicBands.com
Black Sabbath bassist, 65-year-old Geezer Butler, was arrested in California after a bar fight following an argument that escalated into a physical confrontation. Police said he was released after detox and citation.
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der SZ >>
ein dickes Lob für die Macher der Vinyl-Parties. Wir freuen uns schon jedesmal
Ist das eigentlich noch aktuell mit der playlist? Ich dachte, ich
probiers einfach mal.
Schöne Grüße aus dem fernen Reichau.
anbei meine Playliste für dieVinyl-Party am 19. Mai.Vielleicht
gibt's nächstes mal weniger von
Dauer-Hardrock + Headbang-Music?
Ich hoffe auf die DJs Ralf + Christoph! Bis dann viele Grüße von Marlies
12.04.12 Hey Leute,
ich finde Eure Vinylparty einfach klasse deshalb hätte ich gern Eure Playlist.
Schon mal danke im voraus. Ich freu mich schon auf Samstag.
Markt Rettenbach von Inge
AZ Kempten / KW 10
ja so ein Zufall. Seit der ersten Vinyl-Party ziert dieses
Plakate der Vinyl-Party.
09.03.12 Hardy Pfahl hat an die Pinnwand von Larifari Vinyl-Party
Hardy hat geschrieben: Cool dass Ihr das macht ! Bin leider
in München. Schade.
ich eine tolle Möglichkeit, die Wünsche vorher abzugeben!
Grüße Anja Klan
Stand der Playlistumfrage: 6 Rückläufer zur Playlist mit 898 Songvorschlägen.
18.02.12 - 20.30 Die Tanzfläche ist bestens gefüllt - der Sound kommt
scheint's an -
bis 0.30 bleibt die Tanzfläche gefüllt - Drei Geburtstagskinder
bekommen Ihre Hörerwünsche erfüllt.
(Deep Purple), "Gammy Ray" (Birth Control), "48 Crash" (Suzi
und "Locomotive Breath" (Jethro Tull). Vielen Dank an dieser
Stelle für die Komplimente
an die DJs.
Hallo liebes Larifari Team,
ich hab mir mal die Mühe gemacht und die
SWR Hitparade durchgecheckt - ich hoffe ich kann mich
später noch von
meinem Sofa lösen um bei Euch das Tanzbein zu schwingen. Grüße
P.S.: übrigens - Eure Silvesterparty war der Hit!!!
Leserbrief vom 11.01.2012 zur Vinyl-Party vom 31.12.2011