Digitalradio, Internetradio, Tischradio / Empfangsbereiche: Webradio, DAB, UKW, DAB+ / integrierte Geräte: Radio / Anzahl Senderspeicher: 6 / Farben: braun, gelb / Stromversorgung: Netzbetrieb / Stromanschluss: DC-Eingang / Eingänge: USB, SPDIF digital optisch, AUX-In (Line-In 3,5 mm) / Funkübertragungen: NFC, Bluetooth, WLAN / Wiedergabemedium: USB / Gesamtleistung (RMS): 60 Watt / Ausgangsleistung: 2 x 30 Watt / Funktionen: Multiroom, DLNA, Firmware Update möglich, Streaming / Radiofunktionen: RDS, automatischer Sendersuchlauf, manueller Sendersuchlauf / Soundfunktion: Equalizer / Wecker-Funktionen: Wecker (Alarmfunktion), Sleeptimer (Abschaltautomatik), Dual Alarm (2 Weckzeiten), Snooze (Schlummerfunktion) / Ausgänge: Line-Out (3,5mm Klinke), Kopfhörer / Tuner-Typ: Digital-Tuner / mit Fernbedienung / unterstützte Audioformate: AAC+, MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC / Antennentyp: Teleskopantenne / Anzahl Weckzeiten: 2 / Weckmethode: Radio, Internetradio, Alarmton / Uhrwerk: Funk / Anzeigen: digital, analog / Displaytyp: TFT-Display, Analog-Anzeige / Anzeige-Eigenschaften: automatische Uhrzeitsynchronisation, Hintergrundbeleuchtung, DAB Info-Anzeige, Farbdisplay, Uhrzeitanzeige, Displaydimmer / Displaygröße: 7,11 cm / Displaygröße: 2,8 Zoll / Display-Schriftfarbe: farbig / USB-Funktionen: Musikwiedergabe, Ladefunktion / USB Version: 2.0 / UKW Frequenzbereich: 87,5 - 108 MHz / DAB Frequenzbereich: 174 - 240 MHz / Internetradio Programm: Spotify Connect / Stromverbrauch in Betrieb: 22 Watt / Stromverbrauch Standby: 1,5 Watt / RDS Dienste: CT (Clock Time), PS (Programme Service Name), PTY (Programme Type), RT (Radio Text) / Bluetooth-Version: Bluetooth V4.1 / Bluetooth Codecs: SBC, aptX / WLAN Standards: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n / Smartphone App-Steuerung / Smartphone Steuerungs-App: Como Control / App verfügbar für: Android, iOS / Gehäusematerialien: Holz, MDF / Gehäusefarben: braun, gelb / Frontfarben: braun, gelb / Farbe Fernbedienung: schwarz / Farbe Lautsprecherabdeckung: schwarz / Lautsprecherposition: Vorderseite / Drehregler für: Lautstärkeregelung, Menüsteuerung, Quellenauswahl / Breite: 240 mm / Höhe: 132 mm / Tiefe: 180 mm / Gewicht: 1,91 kg
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(2005/ace) 27 tracks 1963-72 with 12 page booklet The final instalment in Ace´s Newbeats CD trilogy focuses on the trio´s later 70s recordings for Hickory, as well as reissuing - for the first time, in most cases - the earlier solo singles of group frontm
(2005/ACE) 27 tracks 1963-72 with 12 page booklet The final instalment in Ace´s Newbeats CD trilogy focuses on the trio´s later 70s recordings for Hickory, as well as reissuing - for the first time, in most cases - the earlier solo singles of group frontman Larry Henley and the duet 45s of bros Dean and Mark Mathis. Repertoire spans 1963-72 and is presented from the original Hickory mastertapes - and in stereo wherever possible! CD also includes all the surviving previously unissued Newbeats titles - a true treasure trove for collectors of this unique act.
(1997/Eagle) 20 Classic Tracks Don Gibson Donald Eugene Gibson was born in Shelby, North Carolina on April 3rd 1928. As a child he learned to play guitar and, at fourteen, was making appearances on local radio. By 1946 he was a regular on Station WNOX in Knoxville and, as part of a trio called Sons of the Soil, made some recordings for Mercury. Gibson had been writing his own material and attracted the attention of Wesley Rose which led to a writing contract with Acuff-Rose Publishing in Nashville. On the recording side Don Gibson had spells with RCA Victor, MGM and Columbia. In 1956 his recording of his own composition ´Sweet Dreams´ reached the U.S. Billboard country chart; Faron Youngs´s version was a bigger hit, spending thirty three weeks on the best sellers. In 1957 Gibson was living in a trailer outside Knoxville. On the day his television and radio were repossessed Gibson went to the Baltimore Courts Motel and wrote the two songs that would guarantee his financial and professional future. They were ´I Can´t Stop Loving You´ and ´Oh, Lonesome Me´. By 1958 he had rejoined RCA where he was teamed with producer Chet Atkins. The pairing of ´Oh, Lonesome Me´ and ´I Can´t Stop Loving You´ were quickly issued as a single. ´Oh, Lonesome Me´ remained at Number One for eight weeks, spending thirty-four on the charts; it also crossed over to become a U.S. Billboard Pop Top Ten Hit. ´I Can´t Stop Loving You´ made the country Top Ten and spent six weeks in the pop lists. In 1962 Ray Charles topped the pop charts with ´I Can´t Stop Loving You´; the song has reputedly been recorded over six hundred times and cut by such artists as Elvis Presley, The Everly Brothers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Emmylou Harris, Tom Jones, Connie Francis and Roy Orbison. It remains an outstanding example of Gibson´s lyric art. Between 1958 and 1969 Gibson´s RCA recordings brought him forty country chart successes as well as fourteen pop entries. He relied heavily on his own compositions although, ironically, he did not write ´Sea Of Heartbreak´ (1961), his only UK Top Twenty hit. He joined Hickory in 1970, enjoying over forty more country chart entries over the next decade. Apart from solo success he scored in duet teamings with Dottie West and Sue Thompson. This collection features some of Don Gibson´s greatest work, it features his highly individual, emotional, breathy vocal style and unusual clipped phrasing. Apart from some of his own compositions you can hear his interpretations of several country classics from the pens of such luminaries as Floyd Tillman, Fred Rose and most notably, the legendary Hank Williams, one of Gibson´s own favourite songwriters. BILL WILLIAMS