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The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists (repost)

The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists (Oxford Paperbacks) by Philip Furia
English | June 25, 1992 | ISBN-10: 0195074734 | 336 pages | PDF | 12.9 Mb
Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish: How Yiddish Songs and Synagogue Melodies Influenced Tin Pan Alley, Broadway, and Hollywood

Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish: How Yiddish Songs and Synagogue Melodies Influenced Tin Pan Alley, Broadway, and Hollywood by Jack Gottlieb
English | July 9, 2004 | ISBN: 0844411302 | 306 Pages | PDF | 48 MB

Documents the influence of Jewish music on American popular song.
The B-Side: The Death of Tin Pan Alley and the Rebirth of the Great American Song

The B-Side: The Death of Tin Pan Alley and the Rebirth of the Great American Song By Ben Yagoda
2015 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 1594488495 | EPUB + MOBI | 3 MB + 9 MB
America's Songs: The Stories Behind the Songs of Broadway, Hollywood, and Tin Pan Alley by Michael Lasser

America's Songs: The Stories Behind the Songs of Broadway, Hollywood, and Tin Pan Alley by Michael Lasser
English | May 12, 2006 | ISBN: 0415972469, 0415990521 | 360 Pages | PDF | 4,4 MB
Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song by David A. Jasen (Repost)

Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song by David A. Jasen
English | June 25, 2003 | ISBN: 0415938775 | 487 Pages | PDF | 6,7 MB
The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists (repost)

The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists (Oxford Paperbacks) by Philip Furia
English | June 25, 1992 | ISBN-10: 0195074734 | 336 pages | PDF | 12.9 Mb

From the turn of the century to the 1960s, the songwriters of Tin Pan Alley dominated American music. Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart–even today these giants remain household names, their musicals regularly revived, their methods and styles analyzed and imitated, and their songs the bedrock of jazz and cabaret.

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Posted by sandhu1 at Jan. 9, 2012
The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists

The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists
Oxford University Press, USA | June 25, 1992 | ISBN-10: 0195074734 | 336 pages | PDF | 12.9 Mb

From the turn of the century to the 1960s, the songwriters of Tin Pan Alley dominated American music.
Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song

Tin Pan Alley: An Encyclopedia of the Golden Age of American Song
Publisher: Routledge | 2003-06-25 | ISBN: 0415938775 | 384pages | PDF | 6.58MB
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Couldn't Stand The Weather 24bit/96KHz Vinyl Rip

Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Couldn't Stand The Weather
Vinyl rip in 24bit/96kHz | FLAC | separated tracks | no cue, no scans | 1.12 Gb
FileSonic + Hotfile | 1984

Couldn't Stand The Weather is Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble's follow-up to their excellent debut album Texas Flood. While a more diverse album than their debut, this album is a little inconsistent combining some of their best music ever with a few tracks being just decent.
The best tracks are absolutely killer. "Cold Shot", a mid-tempo shuffle, is an excellent track with Stevie Ray singing more subdued than usual. "Tin Pan Alley" is slow blues at its best with one of Stevie Ray's best vocal performances. His guitar playing is impressive throughout with Double Trouble being the perfect backing band playing with equal amounts fire and subtlety. "Stang's Swang" is the first of Vaughan's instrumental jazz tracks and one of the best songs on the album. The title track is one of their best tracks featuring a great riff and an excellent solo by Stevie Ray.
~John Alapick~
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - In The Beginning (1992) Repost

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - In The Beginning (1992)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 286 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 97 Mb
Scans (PNG, 300 dpi) ~ 72 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Electric Blues, Blues Rock | Epic #EPC 472624 2

This 1980 live broadcast from Austin, TX captures a young Stevie Vaughan (he had yet to become Stevie Ray) blasting the hometown crowd with a style that was already very well-formed. With Chris Layton on drums and bassist Jackie Newhouse (Tommy Shannon would join up a year later), his basic sound was already in place, albeit still in need of some polishing. Taken from the surviving two-track master, Vaughan's guitar is raw and in your face every note of the way. His takes on Freddie King's "In the Open" and the lengthy "Tin Pan Alley" are the real highlights here. Fans of this mercurial guitarist will want to add this one to the collection.