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Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label album for sale was released Dec 15, 1995 on the Warner Bros. label. It's fair to say that Loma Records was one of the most misunderstood records labels of its time. Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label buy CD music An R&B subsidiary of Warner Bros., Loma existed in a vacuum, fronted by a record company that was embracing the progressive trends in rock and pop with varying degrees of success. Add that to the fact that Warner really didn't quite know what to do in the R&B market, and it's a wonder the label lasted as long as it did (1964-1968). Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label CD music is a 2-disc set with 50 songs. ...See Full Description
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|1||Finger Poppin'||2:49|| $0.99|
|2||I'm the Lover Man||2:36|| $0.99|
|3||Fool For a Fool||2:37|| $0.99|
|4||I Wanna Thank You||2:55|| $0.99|
|5||Heart Full of Love||2:05|| $0.99|
|6||Tell Her I'm Not Home||3:54|| $0.99|
|7||Rainin' In My Heart||2:14|| $0.99|
|8||I Want To Be Loved||3:28|| $0.99|
|9||I Paid for the Party||2:54|| $0.99|
|10||Good Lovin'||2:31|| $0.99|
|11||(I'll Do Anything) Just to Be with You||2:44|| $0.99|
|12||Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You||2:36|| $0.99|
|13||Your Search Is Over||2:21|| $0.99|
|14||There's Something on Your Mind, Pt. 1||2:21|| $0.99|
|15||Soul Jerk (Pt. 1-2)||4:55|| $0.99|
|16||Lock Me in Your Heart||2:07|| $0.99|
|17||Something's Burnin'||2:44|| $0.99|
|18||You're Absolutely Right||2:20|| $0.99|
|19||We Go Together||2:22|| $0.99|
|20||Can't Win||2:17|| $0.99|
|21||Don't Come A-Knockin'||3:15|| $0.99|
|22||Why Do You Want to Hurt the One That Loves You||2:35|| $0.99|
|23||You're Such a Sweet Thing||2:28|| $0.99|
|24||I Couldn't Stand It||2:19|| $0.99|
|25||Stay With Me||3:31|| $0.99|
|1||But It's Alright||2:52|| $0.99|
|2||Don't Hold on to Someone (Who Don't Love You)||2:23|| $0.99|
|3||If I Told You Once (I Told You a Million Times)||3:00|| $0.99|
|4||We Need to Be Loved||2:14|| $0.99|
|5||Ain't That Terrible||2:32|| $0.99|
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Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label buy CD music Customer Reviews
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Superb CD, great tracks that should be a must for the fan of (rare) 60's Soul. The tracks by the Marvellows, Roy Redmond, Ben Aiken and JJ Jackson, alone, make this CD worth having, without mentioning Ike &....
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Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1101371|
|Release Date||Dec 15, 1995|
|Recording Time||137 minutes|
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|Eccentric Soul, Vol. 3: The Bandit Label CD (2005) |
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label songs Liner Note Author: Ken Shipley.
Arrangers: Aaron Brown; Dave Baldwin; Benjamin F. Wright.
|Kris Records: Los Angeles' Showcase Of Soul CDs (1998) |
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label buy CD music The Kris label, founded by Mel Alexander in 1963, put out soul and R&B records over the next few decades without finding any wide success. This 24-song compilation concentrates on the company's 1960s soul singles, though there are half a dozen post-1970 sides, one from as late as 1994. Los Angeles as a whole did not have an especially strong soul identity, something you could also say of the soul issued by Kris (much of which was written or co-written by Alexander). Often it sounds like it was trying to create a Motown groove; not a bad thing to aspire to and a quest in which Kris was hardly alone, but not a path conducive to branding your mark on history, either. If Lee Harvey's "Prove It" and the Del-Reys' "Walk Proud" thought they weren't trying their damnedest to sound like early Marvin Gaye, the artists and producers were only fooling themselves; BB Carter wants very much to be Mary Wells on "My Lover." By contrast, Fay Cooper tries hard to sound like early Atlantic-era Aretha Franklin on "Don't Hang Yourself (Talk Too Much)," and Harvey competently emulates the Major Lance/Curtis Mayfield Chicago sound on "My Assurance." Harvey (who also recorded as Lee Jones) is the most heavily represented artist, contributing six tracks, and claimed to have taught Sam Cooke how to sing, which is dubious. But as a singer he wasn't bad, coming up with this anthology's best cut, "I'm Gonna Make It (Up to You)," a sort of early funk take on the kind of riffs Gaye sang in the "Hitch Hike" days. The tracks from 1988-1994 are horrible urban contemporary soul, totally out of place given that the audience for soul compilations such as this is totally geared toward the early soul style. And, those aberrations aside, that audience will probably like this collection, though there's nothing particularly outstanding or original about the material or performances. ~ Richie Unterberger
24 tracks feat. Lee Harvey, Ty Karim, Cookie Jackson, LA Untouchables, Jimmy "Preacher" Ellis, Del-Rays, Hill Sisters, Dymanic Duo, BB Carter +
Contains 24 tracks.
Recorded between 1964 & 1970.
Includes liner notes by Mel Alexander.
Performers include: Lee Jones, Ty Karim, The Hill Sisters, Lee Harvey, The Del-Rays, Cookie Jackson, Freddie Tate, LA Untouchables, Jimmy "Preacher" Ellis, Dynamic Duo, B.B. Carter.
Producers include: Mel Alexander.
|Underground Promesas, Vol. 2 CDs (2004) |
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label CD music Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Concepto Erroneo; E.G.O.; Algo de que Hablar; Movimiento Rectilineo Uniforme; Miguel; Fama; Stress, Sinsemilla, Al Reves; Que Ha Pasao?; Rap Duro; Tristes Tigres; Tiempos Peores; Asi es el Juego; Infancia Maldita; Carpe Diem; Hemos Roto la Maldicion; Lo que Bien Acaba Bien Esta; Melancotico; DISC 2: La Ira de Con; Sera Verdad; Avidez & Embriagnez; E 3l3m3ntos; Un Dia en la Vida de (Da Plus Nu Ideas); Noches en Blanco; Esta Noche Va a Ser una Noche Muy Larga; En la Oscuridad; Soy Yo Tu Lobo; Nadie Puede; Dando Cana; Negroskuro; Tan Cerca, Tan Lejos; La Unica Vida que Se; Muera el Amor; Cara de Cabron; Tu Marcas el Limite;
Summer Anthems 2011 CD (2011)
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label album for sale Continuing his prolific output, Canada's most successful dance DJ Mario Tremblay, aka MC Mario, returns with possibly the first installment of yet another new compilation series, Summer Anthems 2011. The Montreal club owner and Virgin Radio host's second album of the year sticks pretty closely to the formula of his Mixdown, Sun Factory, and Most Wanted albums, combining extended and club edits of some of the biggest commercial floor-fillers of the year, with remixes of future club classics and several of his own productions. Alongside Canadian number ones from Lady Gaga (Manhattan Clique Radio Remix of "Born This Way") and Jennifer Lopez (the No Rap Club Edit of "On the Floor"), there are pulsing international tunes from Taio Cruz (Wideboys' Radio Edit of "Higher"), Alexandra Stan ("Mr. Saxobeat"), and Dev (Static Revenger Remix of "Bass Down Low"), contributions from some of the burgeoning Dutch dance scene's leading figures (Karl Wolf's "Ghetto Love," TiŽsto's "Don't Ditch," Laidback Luke's cover of Queen's "We Will Rock You"), and home-grown artists such as Quebec-based Mario Calliari ("Bella Ciao"). The minimal techno of "I'm Ready," the Deadmau5-esque electro of "Come 2 Me," and the sax-fueled vocal house of "It's Forever (Sax Bomb)" justify Mario's pioneering reputation, but whether you're a fan of the entrepreneurial maverick or not, Summer Anthems 2011 should contain enough floor-fillers to kickstart the weekend of most mainstream clubbers. ~ Jon O'Brien
2011 mix album from Montreal DJ/Producer and host of Virgin 96 radio. Features songs from; Bellini, Swedish House Mafia, Train, Bob Sinclar, Dennis Ferrer, Tim Berg, DJ Layla, Adam Lambert, Delerium/Kreesha Turner, Luisa Pepe, Ke$ha (feat 3OH!3), Exotica, Voyer Brothers, Marco Calliari, and others. 17 tracks
|BNR, Vol. 1 CDs (2008) |
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label CD music BOYS NOIZE's own music, productions and his labels artist roster have excited massive love from artists like SOULWAX, JUSTICE, EROL ALKAN, DAFT PUNK and THE RAPTURE, and labels such as KITSUN , ED BANGER, DJ HELL's INTL GIGOLO and TIGA's TURBO REC. Here we are now with the first BOYS NOIZE RECORDS label compilation. Today, almost 4 years after its first release, BNR has a strong following of many & diverse underground DJ's worldwide. Innovative/Refreshing/Idosyncratic/Fresh releases from BOYS NOIZE, SHADOW DANCER, D.I.M., HOUSEMEISTER, LES PETITS PILOUS, SIRIUSMO, STRIP STEVE, PUZIQUE and US indie band THE FAINT range from modern techno to old school house to classic electronica and back again, creating the sound that's made BNR one of today's leading electronic music labels. It's not about one particular style; it's about quality electronic music and fun. Boysnoize Records has both discovered/developed new young producers and released the first remixes from unknown artists that got big a year later. This 2-CD compilation features the best of four years of BNR releases and proves that this imprint is more then a passing phenomen.
What Am I Gonna Do CD (2003)
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label buy CD music Track Listing of songs: Prelude; What Can I Say?; Don't Worry; Have You Ever; Anytime You Wanna Change; Let Me Love Your Soul; My Dream; Open Your Eves; Recover; What Am I Gonna Do?; Yeah, You're Alright; Face the Facts; They Say God Is Listening; Your Life;
|James Moody [Sax]|
1950-1951 CD (2002)
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label songs April in Paris, 1950. James Moody is making records with a band led by trumpeter Ernie Royal. While two originals by Royal are based on textbook bop themes, Moody's own "Date With Kate" shows greater depth of invention. "Mean to Me" prances at a healthy clip and "Embraceable You" is presented as a slow-dance delicacy. Jumping to July of 1950, Moody leads his own "Boptet" through four remarkable exercises in modernity. Marshall "Red" Allen, who subsequently worked for decades with Sun Ra, is heard in Moody's band playing alto saxophone. These must be Allen's earliest appearances on record. "Delooney" surges ahead with peculiar chords that do in fact slightly resemble what Ra's Arkestra would be playing by 1957. "Real Cool" features the celeste and piano of Raymond Fol and some lovely bass work by Buddy Banks. "In the Anna" is a slow and harmonically altered stroll through "Back Home Again in Indiana." Moody sings a chorus of rapid-fire bop scat on "Voila." After he blows his horn for a bit, several voices sing a background chorus, which continues during a fadeout, that new effect just beginning to occur on records in 1950. Moody's last Parisian session focuses tightly upon his tenor sax backed by apparent Bud Powell devotee Raphael "Raph" Schecroun, Pierre Michelot, and the amazing Kenny "Klook" Clarke, whose solo on "Riffin' and Raphin'" is a pleasure. Hot tracks invigorate, and ballads bring on the coolest of reveries. Moody's fluidic improvisations are always full of pleasant surprises. "St. Louis Blues" gets a modern, sophisticated treatment, slipping with progressive ease into the traditional tango chorus. There are no less than three distinct renditions of "Embraceable You" on this CD. Maybe we're inside a movie and this is the recurring theme song, always returning to assist in the story line's continuity: five months in the life of James Moody. The home stretch takes listeners back to Stockholm. Backed by seven Scandinavians and bolstered by cushy arrangements, Moody delivered six gorgeous performances for the Prestige label. His balladeering is always astonishing. "How Deep Is the Ocean" has the power to reassure. So does "I'll Get By." Each of these little three-minute records should be cherished like a vision of a better world. ~ arwulf arwulf
Track Listing of songs: BIG AND LITTLE "E" / S'WONDERFUL / THAT'S IT / EMBRACEABLE YOU / A DATE WITH KATE / MEAN TO ME / DELOONEY / REAL COOL / IN THE ANNA / VOILA / NATH PART 1 / NATH PART 2 / I CAN'T GET STARTED / RIFFIN' AND RAPHIN' / ST. LOUIS BLUES / IN A RU
|Boyz II Men|
Extras CD (1999)
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label album for sale Track Listing of songs: Thank You; One Sweet Day; Hey Lover; Brokenhearted; No Dejemos que Muera el A; Yo Te Voy a Amar; Me Rindo Ante Ti; Yesterday;
Listen! Quigley CD (2004)
Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label CD music Recording information: 1962-1963.
Personnel includes: Jack Quigley (piano); Frank Capp (drums); Buddy Clark.
Personnel: Jack Quigley (piano); Frank Capp (drums).