Janis Martin ( LP )


Love And Kisses (180gram vinyl)

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Janis Martin: Love And Kisses

(180gram vinyl)BAF18001

Janis Martin: Love And Kisses (180gram vinyl) DMM (Direct Metal Mastering) Disc Cutting: Günter Pauler at Pauler Acoustics, Northeim, Germany; mastered by Bob Jones, pressed by Pallas, Diepholz. Janis Martin wrote rock’n’roll history! Rock ‘n’ roll was a boys club; in fact, almost exclusively a boys club. Few women could master its incendiary qualities, but Janis Martin was one of the few. RCA Victor, which had just signed Elvis, signed Janis too, and placed her in the middle of its promotional vortex. Steve Sholes at RCA Victor dubbed her ‘The Female Elvis’. She cut her first session in Nashville in March 1956. Drugstore Rock ‘n’ Roll dates from that first session. For the second session, Steve Sholes found what was probably the first song about Elvis, My Boy Elvis. In June 1957, Steve Sholes brought Janis to New York. Love And Kisses is from that first New York session. There was one last session for RCA in Nashville in July 1958, from which we’ve taken Bang Bang. It seems as though nearly every original recording from the 1950s and 1960s has found its way onto Compact Disc, but not always with ideal results. Even the finest CD remastering sometimes fails to recapture the compression and dynamics of the original 78 or 45 releases. But the high quality of Bear Family’s audiophile vinyl editions truly recaptures the presence and audio qualities of the original records. With our longplaying series on 180 gram vinyl we marry the joy of owning a ‘real’ record to today’s sound quality. Last stock copies – deleted!


– Drugstore Rock And Roll

– My boy Elvis

– Barefoot Baby

– Let’s elope baby

– Love and kisses

– Good love


– Will you, Willyum

– Bang bang

– Ooby Dooby

– All right baby

– Cracker Jack

– Billy boy, billy boy


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Poids 0,300 kg
Style Musical






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