Just another nutcase on the web

Rough First Rips

Global Groove’s rips are
made without any filters.
If the Lp has some cracks,
we leave them.

Covers that are worn
out will not be fixed,
just photographed
the way they are.

All rips at 320 kbps.
Please report dead links.

Clicking on images
enlarges them.

Search grooves

Do you disagree
with our post ?

The musicworks on this page are
meant to promote artists and labels.
If you like the promotional copy
go try and buy the original.

Global Groove is made
out of passion for music.
no commercial purpose
what so ever.

if you disagree with our post,
tell us and it shall be removed.

DMCA disclaimer

Recommended Site ;


Global Groove’s archive

Help keep this site up


Global groove’s visitors

RSS Blogroll

Loading RSS Feed


Categorie archives: Rock and Roll

  • Sunday January 2, 2022

    Good morning, best wishes for the new year to everyone.
    New year, new beginning and hopefully things are going to
    get better for the world. Depending of where you live, some
    of you may have watched Jools Holland’s annual New Year’s
    Hootenanny on BBC 2. I watch it every year with a lot of
    pleasure. He had a range of artists, we saw Gregory Porter,
    Lulu, Rag’n’Bone Man, Ed Sheeran and others making the
    musical party a joy to watch once again. I enjoyed one
    particular performance a lot. We saw singer and guitarist
    Yola. She’ll be playing the roll of Sister Rosetta Tharpe in
    Baz Luhrmann’s movie ‘Elvis’ coming out next year.

    Rosetta Tharpe was a gospel singer from a very young age,
    she grew up in Mississippi singing in churches with her mother.
    Rosetta developed her gospel into rock ‘n roll. Artists like Little
    Richard, Chuck Berry and also Elvis Presley found their inspiration
    listening to her sound. Chuck Berry was so impressed by the way
    she played her guitar, he based his style on it. Watching the Story
    of Rosetta Tharpe on YouTube (four parts) inspired me to make this
    compilation. Some songs are with Lucky Millinder.
    Enjoy watching and listening ..

    Goeiemorgen, de beste wensen voor het nieuwe jaar aan iedereen.
    Een nieuw jaar, een nieuw begin en hopelijk wereldwijd een betere
    tijd. Afhankelijk van waar je woont heb je wellicht gekeken naar
    Jools Holland’s annual New Year’s Hootenanny on BBC 2. Ik kijk er
    elk jaar met veel plezier naar. Hij had weer een brede selectie aan
    artiesten. We zagen Gregory Porter, Lulu, Rag’n’Bone Man, Ed Sheeran
    en anderen er weer een mooi muzikaal feestje van maken. Ik was in het
    bijzonder gecharmeerd van het optreden van zangeres en gitariste Yola.
    Zij gaat de rol van Sister Rosetta Tharpe in Baz Luhrmann’s movie ‘Elvis’
    spelen die volgend jaar uitkomt.

    Rosetta Tharpe was vanaf zeer jonge leeftijd al gospel zangeres, ze
    groeide op in Mississippi en zong met haar moeder in kerken. Rosetta
    ontwikkelde haar gospel tot regelrechte rock ‘n roll. Ze inspireerde
    artiesten als Little Richard, Chuck Berry maar ook Elvis Presley met
    haar speciale geluid. Chuck Berry was zo onder de indruk van haar
    manier van gitaar spelen dat hij zijn stijl erop baseerde. Toen ik gisteren
    naar the Story of Rosetta Tharpe keek op YouTube (vier delen) besloot
    ik deze compilatie te maken. Enkel van de songs zijn met Lucky
    Millinder, kijk en luister met plezier naar Sister Rosetta Tharpe ..


    01 – Shout sister shout
    02 – That’s all
    03 – Rock me
    04 – This train
    05 – I want a tall skinny papa
    06 – Strange things happening every day
    07 – Trouble in mind
    08 – Two little fishes and five loaves of bread
    09 – Rock daniel
    10 – Sit down
    11 – Four or five times
    12 – Didn’t it rain
    13 – The lonesome road
    14 – This train
    15 – Down by the riverside
    16 – That’s all
    17 – Tall skinny papa


    Posted by Moos
    at 11:02 AM
  • Saturday March 6, 2021

    It is a little crackly, but then again, it is some 56 years old.
    This album with Los Teen Agers comes from 1965. The
    group was founded in 1957 and was the first Colombian
    band to mix Bolero and cumbia with twist and rock ‘n’ roll.
    they changed the line up several times in their career that
    lasted until the late seventies. They recorded 50 7″ singles
    and 17 lp’s. Listen to Los Teen Agers ..

    Hij is wat krakerig maar wat wil je, hij is al zo’n 56 jaar oud.
    Deze plaat met Los Teen Agers komt uit 1965. Los Teen
    Agers werden opgericht in 1957 en waren de eerste Co-
    lombiaanse band die bolero en cumbia mixten met twist
    en rock ‘n’ roll. Hun bezetting veranderde verschillende
    keren in hun carrière die duurde tot de late jaren 70. Ze
    namen 50 7″ singles op en 17 lp’s. Luister zelf ..

    Se Armó La Pachanga

    01 – La gorda
    02 – Bienvenido amor
    03 – Acuyuye
    04 – Campesino
    05 – Eso beso
    06 – Gaito movido
    07 – La bamba
    08 – Se quemo la casa
    09 – Cerveza
    10 – El perico
    11 – La casa de estanislao
    12 – Alegre de maya


    Posted by Moos
    at 8:40 AM
  • Friday March 11, 2016

    Baranoa, voorkant

    Discos Fuentes heeft in de loop der jaren heel wat verzamel albums
    geproduceerd en niet altijd even origineel in de keuze van nummers.
    Ook nu komen er weer wat langs die we al eerder gezien hebben. De
    pret zal dit evenwel niet drukken, voor wie het niet wist zal het niet
    opvallen. ‘Baranoa’ is er eentje om in te lijsten, een collectie dikke
    dansplaatjes die je feestje zeker tot een succes maken..

    Discos Fuentes made quite a lot of collectors over the years and
    not always very original in choice of tracks. This time we also find
    some songs we’ve seen before but still I’m quite sure that will not
    spoil the fun. For those who didn’t know it shall not be obvious.
    In short, ‘Baranoa’ is a collector with a bunch of dance hits
    that will certainly make your party a succes..

    titels ;

    01 – Carlos Gomez – Baranoa
    02 – Toño Fuentes – Very very well
    03 – Climaco Sarmiento – El mojarro
    04 – Alberto Pacheco – Santo domingo
    05 – Pacho Galan – Boca sala
    06 – Eliseo Herrera – El coroncoro
    07 – Nono Narvaez – Rico jalaito
    08 – Toño Fuentes – Mi nena
    09 – Rada – El boquineto
    10 – Alberto Pacheco – Al amanecer
    11 – P.P. – Mario jimeno
    12 – Eliseo Herrera – Mis cuatro mujeres


    Posted by Moos
    at 10:24 AM
  • Sunday October 4, 2015

    14 Cañonazos, front

    This is number five in the series ’14 Cañonazos Bailables’
    on Discos Fuentes. It’s from 1965 and contains some of
    the hottest tracks from that era. 13 stars with 14 songs
    for your downloadingpleasure..get and spread..


    01 – Eliseo Herrera – La bonga
    02 – Roberto de la barrera – El pulgon
    03 – Julio Erazo – Yo conozco a claudia
    04 – Cristobal perez – La negra celina
    05 – Eliseo Herrera – Tres tigres
    06 – Isaac Villanueva – Golfo de morrosquillo
    07 – Anibal Angel – La hossa
    08 – César Castro – El pasmao
    09 – Adolfo Echeveria – La paloma
    10 – Carlos Holzinger – Don martin
    11 – Toño Fuentes – Mi nena
    12 – Calixto Ochoa – Pirulino
    13 – Lalo Montañe – Rosa maria
    14 – Marciano Torres – La pisinga


    Posted by Moos
    at 8:47 AM
  • Sunday January 9, 2011

    l'Unité Africaine vol.1, front

    I’m gonna tell you straight away, posting this album is a kind
    of compromise. It contains a few things I would not post when
    standing on it’s own. Nigerian reggae for instance, I think reggae
    should be from Jamaica. And how about rock and roll sung in
    wolof from Senegal. As a whole however I think it’s kind of funny.
    The collector also contains some typical African styles, like on
    the b-side, sweet benga by Victoria King’s Jazz for instance.
    It’s a 1978 selection made by Blaise Fayette Mikano who used
    to do a great job for Pathé Marconi. I think this LP with songs from
    1975, 1977 and 1978 gives us a unique view on Africa’s taste
    during the late seventies, listen and tell me what you think.


    1 Sonny Okosun – Rain
    2 Konn-Konn – Sagak-sagak
    3 Abeti Masikini – Mwana muke wa miso
    4 M’baye Abdoul – Soko bouge
    5 M’baye Abdoul – Douces douces filles
    6 Victoria King’s Jazz – Rieko Magftich
    7 Trio Ce.Pa.Kos – No title
    8 Kouka Celestin – Veve na linga
    9 Pamelo Mounk’a – Mabeyey


    Posted by Moos
    at 3:31 PM
  • Wednesday May 19, 2010

    Etta James, front, cd size

    Let’s stir the place up a bit. R&B today means a kind of music,
    with all respect, not for me. Back in the old days, R&B would stand
    for rhythm and blues, honest stuff with stunning instrumentation and
    mindblowing voices. Such as this one, if you speak of a woman with
    bollocks in her voice, this is her. Etta James, although quite light
    coloured and with blond hair, she has a fat black sound like no one has.
    Bluesy, New Orleans based rock and roll with crazy saxophones and
    Etta’s unique way of singing. check track #2 in which she has
    a conversation with a talking sax, greatly performed by Harold Battiste.
    It’s all recorded in the 50’s, over half a century ago, don’t you just love it?


    1 Tough lover
    2 The pick-up
    3 By the light of the silvery moon
    4 Fools we mortals be
    5 Come what may
    6 Dance with me Henry
    7 Good lookin’
    8 Tears of joy
    9 Shortnin’ bread rock
    10 Baby, baby, every night
    11 Then I’ll care
    12 Market place


    Posted by Moos
    at 9:34 PM
  • Sunday June 8, 2008

    mejor de 14 cañonazos

    Now here is something very special, I need to make something clear.
    Since this fine music is unavailable in most parts of the world, I am
    making a big exeption, normally I would not post a CD which might
    still be in the stores, Global Groove doesn’t want to hurt anybody’s
    business. Come on Fuentes, spread this material around ! Europe,
    Asia and other parts o.t.w. want this too ! Super nice compilation
    of rare Colombian recordings, Discos Fuentes’
    vaults contain fantastic stuff.


    1 La Sonora Cordobesa – El pajaro picon ( Paseaito )
    2 Carlos Roman y su Sonora Vallenata – Very very well ( R&R )
    3 Los Corraleros de Majagual – El molinillo ( Paseaito )
    4 Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La negra caliente ( Gaita )
    5 La Sonora del Caribe – Noche de estrellas ( Cumbia )
    6 Los Corraleros de Majagual – Cigarron colorado ( Paseaito )
    7 Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La boquillera ( Gaita )
    8 Los Corraleros de Majagual – Festival en Guarare ( Guarare )
    9 Climaco Sarmiento y su orquesta – La cigarra ( Gaita )
    10 Los Corraleros de Majagual – Del tingo al tango 9 ( Trabalengua )
    11 Lucho Bermudez y su orquesta – Hombre al agua ( Fandango )
    12 Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La compatible ( Gaita )
    13 Los Corraleros de Majagual – La adivinanza ( Paseaito )
    14 Los Hermanos Marquez – Yo conozco a Claudia ( Merengue )


    Posted by Moos
    at 1:31 PM