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Beatles a La Carte Beatles a La Carte CD (2010)
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Ladders music CDs "Beatles a la Carte" is the fourth release by South Jersey's Ladders, a power pop/ rock duo. Rather than cover the same old Beatles songs, the Ladders opted for tunes that few have dared to try, in some cases creating completely new arrangements. There is little to compare George Harrison's homespun "Sunshine Life for Me," from the 1973 "Ringo!" album, with the Ladders' rocked-up version. The percussion on this song is courtesy of a baking pan. Harrison's "I Dig Love," a forgotten cut from "All Things Must Pass," has been spiced up with a little wah-wah pedal and a cardboard box for percussion. Paul McCartney dared to write two songs with the same title, so the Ladders dared to combine them for a medley. "Hold Me Tight" kicks off with the "Red Rose Speedway" version and segues into the "With the Beatles" classic. We attempted to replicate the echoey, U.S. monophonic sound of the early Beatles records, including Ringo's hammering hi-hat. The Ladders took a classic Led Zeppelin riff and spliced it onto their hell-raising rendition of Carl Perkins' "Matchbox," recorded during the "Hard Day's Night" sessions and sung by Ringo. Features jungle drums and lap steel. The few covers of "Oh! Yoko" have not taken this heartfelt Lennon tune seriously. The Ladders took it very seriously, turning it into a meditative lament, with additional lyrics and a buildup of sound and instruments that ends nearly 11 minutes later. If you enjoy this tribute to the Fabs, also check out the Ladders' "Bangin' the Needle," which include a one-take rocking cover of "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" as well as a "Penny Lane"-ish tribute to the Beatles called "Beatlin'."
Christmas Ain't For the Working Poor Christmas Ain't For the Working Poor CD (2010)
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Ladders discography This is the Ladders' first recorded work, an EP of four original Christmas songs and a rocking version of "Silent Night" featuring slide guitar and harmonica. The selections run the musical gamut as well as represent many different views of the holiday. Among the offerings is "Brian Wilson's Christmas," a tribute to one of rock's greatest composers.
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Harlem Holiday: New York Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 1 Harlem Holiday: New York Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 1 CD (1990)
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Ladders CD discography Collectables Records launched its seven-volume Harlem Holiday series with this compilation of doo wop recordings made for the Harlem-based Holiday label. The presentation on this volume differs from all the later discs in the series in that it has 18 tracks instead of 14, and compiles the A- and B-sides of nine singles by six groups in order. Later volumes mix things up and often present no more than one cut by each act. Harlem Holiday, Vol. 1 begins with six sides by the Bop Chords, including their local hit, "Castle in the Sky" -- one of the two or three best cuts on the disc. The performance quality from track to track varies widely, even from the same group; for example, the Bop Chords followed their "Castle in the Sky" single with one that contained "I Really Love Her So," a recording marred by particularly off-key lead vocals (many of the groups had a rough "street" sound all the time). The Thunderbirds offer a hard-hitting R&B song, "In My Thunderbird," but the other recordings are smoother with a tendency toward ballads. The Harmonaires, the Love Notes (responsible for the excellent "United" and "Tonight"), the Pretenders, and the Ladders are the other groups represented. The music on the Harlem Holiday series is seemingly directed at locals and serious doo wop collectors, but it does them no favors by providing no liner notes, no ...

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