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Die Larifari Vinyl Party Vol 113
die Larifari-Schallplatten-Disco von AC/DC bis ZZ TOP
von Abba bis Zappa von Elvis bis James Brown
DJs: Kai Uwe Krause und Ralf Manthei
Sa 25.02.2023 Bocksaal Leutkirch
Beginn 20 Uhr, Eintritt frei
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Infos zur Musikgeschichte an diesem Tag

Rock'n'Roll History for Febuary 25th

1957 -

February 25
Buddy Holly And The Crickets begin recording "That'll Be The Day" with producer Norman Petty at his studio in Clovis, New Mexico. Holly had recorded the song with his band The Three Tunes in Nashville in 1956, but Decca Records brass didn't like the result and refused to release it. Holly's new version would become his signature tune, rising to #1 in both the US and the UK.

1961 -

February 25
After being discharged from the US Army nearly a year ago, Elvis Presley makes his first concert appearance since 1958 at the Ellis Auditorium in Memphis, Tennessee. During the show, RCA Records presents The King with a plaque to commemorate 76 million records sold worldwide.

1963 -

February 25
The first Beatles' single is released in America by Chicago's Vee Jay Records. The 45 featured "Please Please Me" as the "A" side, but the name of band is misspelled "Beattles".

1966 -

February 25
Nancy Sinatra receives her first Gold record for her current Billboard #1 hit, "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'". Her second was shared with her father Frank in 1967 for "Something Stupid".

1981 -

February 25
At the Grammy Awards, Christopher Cross wins in four categories; Best New Artist, "Sailing" is Song of the Year and Record of the Year and his debut album "Christopher Cross" is tabbed as Album of the Year. Kenny Loggins' "This Is It" is named Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male, and Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male went to Billy Joel for "Glass Houses". Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female was given to Bette Midler for "The Rose", Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female was Pat Benatar for "Crimes Of Passion", and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal went to Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band for "Against the Wind". Best Comedy Recording was awarded to Rodney Dangerfield for "No Respect".

1984 -

February 25
Van Halen enjoyed a US number one smash with "Jump", after David Lee Roth added lyrics to music that Eddie Van Halen had written two years before. The song became a #7 hit in the UK.

1986 -

February 25
"We Are The World" wins Grammys for Best Record and Best Song while Phil Collins "No Jacket Required" wins Best Album.

1987 -

February 25
London newspaper The Sun begins printing a series of articles in which Elton John's personal life comes into question. After lawyers got involved, The Sun would end up paying 1 million Pounds ($1.9 million) and issuing a printed apology which consisted of simply "Sorry, Elton."

1992 -

February 25
Eric Clapton wins six Grammys, including Best Record and Best Song for "Tears In Heaven" as well as Best Album for "Unplugged". James Brown is recognized for Lifetime Achievement and Michael Bolton is given a statue for Best Pop Vocal Performance for his note-for-note remake of Percy Sledge's 1966 #1 smash, "When a Man Loves a Woman".

1993 -

February 25
Toy Caldwell, lead guitarist for The Marshall Tucker Band, died in his sleep at the age of 45.

1997 -

February 25
The Bee Gees are honored with an award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music at the 16th annual BRIT awards in London, during which they perform a medley of their hits.

1998 -

February 25
At Radio City Music Hall, Bob Dylan is handed three Grammys, including one for Best Album for "Time Out Of Mind". Dylan's son, Jakob, also won an award, winning Best Song for "One Headlight", a tune he recorded with his band The Wallflowers. Also winning awards were John Fogerty, who picked up Best Rock Album for "Blue Moon Swamp", Elton John for Best Male Vocal for "Candle In The Wind 1997" and Van Morrison And John Lee Hooker who won for Best Pop Collaboration for "Don't Look Back". Bo Diddley and Roy Orbison were cited for Lifetime Achievement.

2006 -

February 25
George Michael was found slumped over in a car in London by a concerned passer-by who called police. Michael was checked by paramedics and did not need treatment, however, he was arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs and then released on bail.

2009 -

February 25
United States President Barack Obama honored Stevie Wonder with one of America's highest awards for Pop music, the Library of Congress' Gershwin prize at a ceremony at the White House. Obama called Wonder "the soundtrack of my youth."

2010 -

February 25
Marie Osmond's adopted son, 18-year-old Michael Blosil, was found dead on the ground below an apartment balcony in Los Angeles. After a life-long battle with severe depression, he left a suicide note saying he had no friends and could never fit in.

2011 -

February 25
Rick Coonce, drummer for The Grass Roots on their eleven Billboard Top 40 hits, died of heart failure at the age of 64.

2015 -

February 25
On what would have been his 72nd birthday, a memorial tree honoring George Harrison was planted in a Los Angeles park to replace one that was earlier killed by a beetle infestation.

2016 -

February 25
A $10 million lawsuit filed by producer Quincy Jones against Sony Entertainment and MJJ Productions over projects made after Michael Jackson's death was given the go-ahead by a US judge. The suit claimed master recordings Jones worked on were wrongfully edited and remixed to deprive him of backend profit on works including the This Is It film and soundtrack album and the 25th anniversary edition of the album "Bad".


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.02.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 113 im Bocksaal
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.04.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 115 im Bocksaal
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Sa 24.06.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 117 im Bocksaal
Sa 30.09.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 118 im Bocksaal
Sa 28.10.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 119 im Bocksaal
Sa 25.11.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 120 im Bocksaal
So 31.12.23 Vinyl-Party Vol 121 im Bocksaal die Silvester-Party


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Artikel der SZ >>

erstmal ein dickes Lob für die Macher der Vinyl-Parties. Wir freuen uns schon jedesmal drauf.
Ist das eigentlich noch aktuell mit der playlist? Ich dachte, ich probiers einfach mal.
Schöne Grüße aus dem fernen Reichau. Sonja Pröbstl
06.05.12 Hallo Larifari-Team
anbei meine Playliste für dieVinyl-Party am 19. Mai.Vielleicht gibt's nächstes mal weniger von
Dauer-Hardrock + Headbang-Music?
Ich hoffe auf die DJs Ralf + Christoph! Bis dann viele Grüße von Marlies

12.04.12 Hey Leute,

ich finde Eure Vinylparty einfach klasse deshalb hätte ich gern Eure Playlist.
Schon mal danke im voraus. Ich freu mich schon auf Samstag.
Grüsse aus Markt Rettenbach von Inge


AZ Kempten / KW 10
ja so ein Zufall. Seit der ersten Vinyl-Party ziert dieses Cover die
Plakate der Vinyl-Party.
09.03.12 Hardy Pfahl hat an die Pinnwand von „Larifari Vinyl-Party“ geschrieben.
Hardy hat geschrieben: „Cool dass Ihr das macht ! Bin leider in München. Schade.“

Das finde ich eine tolle Möglichkeit, die Wünsche vorher abzugeben!
Viele Grüße Anja Klan
19.02.12 Aktueller Stand der Playlistumfrage: 6 Rückläufer zur Playlist mit 898 Songvorschlägen.
Vinyl-Party 18.02.12 - 20.30 Die Tanzfläche ist bestens gefüllt - der Sound kommt scheint's an -
bis 0.30 bleibt die Tanzfläche gefüllt - Drei Geburtstagskinder bekommen Ihre Hörerwünsche erfüllt.
"Perfect Strangers" (Deep Purple), "Gammy Ray" (Birth Control), "48 Crash" (Suzi Quatro)
und "Locomotive Breath" (Jethro Tull). Vielen Dank an dieser Stelle für die Komplimente
an die DJs.

28.01.12 17:53:14
Hallo liebes Larifari Team,
ich hab mir mal die Mühe gemacht und die SWR Hitparade durchgecheckt - ich hoffe ich kann mich
später noch von meinem Sofa lösen um bei Euch das Tanzbein zu schwingen. Grüße Petra
P.S.: übrigens - Eure Silvesterparty war der Hit!!!
Leserbrief vom 11.01.2012 zur Vinyl-Party vom 31.12.2011