Various - Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties album FLAC
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In your own sweet way : Recorded August 22, 1961 T'aint what you do : Recorded January 8, 1961 Since love had its way : Recorded September 19, 1961 Thruway : Recorded April 19, 1957 Ask me nice : Recorded May 23, 1961 Brazil : Recorded July 5, 1961 In the moon turns green : Recorded July 26, 1961 On green dolphin street : Recorded April 21, 1961 Blues fo. There may be the general noise floor of a vinyl record, but there is almost no, or very minor crackle or pop. A VG+ record may be close to NM (one or two marks or scuffs preventing it from receiving a NM grade) or may just be a very clean copy all around with minor imperfections. A VG+ can have slight storage warping or dishing but these qualities will be mentioned in the item’s description. Once again, a VG+ record has very, VERY little to no surface noise.
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Who's Who in the Swinging Sixties.
191 more albums featuring this track. The Ramrods were an American instrumental pop group in the late 1950s and 1960s, who had a hit in 1961 with their version of the song "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky". View full artist profile.
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2. The Swinging Sixties. Meaning: The decade of the 1960s, which was a time when ideas and behaviour of many young people were new, exciting, radical and subversive. Example: In 1962, with the release of the first Beatles single, Love me do, the Swinging Sixties was born. Example: He’s the kind of inspirational speaker who can manage to bridge the generation gap. (note: this means that all generations can understand and relate to what he says. 5. The civil rights movement. Example: In the 1960s, many new bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones had hit records. note: we often say ‘hit single’ rather than ‘hit record’ when we mean a single song, rather than an album of songs, becomes a hi. That’s all for Audio Word Study on DailyStep. DailyStep Audio Word Study 055 - swinging sixties.
As someone who grew up in the '60s I have inevitably listened to and bought many '60s hit compilations over the years
This is literally a who’s who of jazz featuring many big name artists. It was released on Columbia Records in 1962 and produced by Teo Macero. Musicians on this album include Dave Brubeck, Louis Armstrong, Gerry Mulligan, Mose Allison, Miles Davis, Andre Previn, Duke Ellington, and Lionel Hampton among others. Various sub genres are also represnted, but as a whole, it is a pretty swinging record. With the lineup above, you should expect this to be a good album and it is. The best songs, unfortunately, are the long ones, including the works by Davis and Mulligan. If you have been following this blog, you should know that I do not like posting long songs.
Ralph Ellis - who, with Ray Ennis was one of the two songwriters in the group - left early in the following year, and was succeeded by Terry Sylvester, who had previously played with the Escorts. Terry Sylvester left that year to join the Hollies, succeeding Graham Nash in the latter group, but the Swinging Blue Jeans soldiered on, right into the early 1970s. Ennis and Braid stayed on in the core of the band, amid myriad personnel changes, and kept them going for years after that.
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|A1||–Lionel Hampton||I Can't Get Started
Written-By – I. Gershwin*, V. Duke*
|A2||–Carmen McRae||If The Moon Turns Green
Written-By – B. Hanigen*, P. Coates*
|B||–Miles Davis||On Green Dolphin Street
Written-By – B. Kaper*, N. Washington*
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A Seeburg release with part no.323
This record came with 5 printed jukebox title strips and 3 mini images of the front record cover (B&W).
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- Matrix / Runout (Label A): ZSM 59321JB
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): ZSM 59322JB
|CL 1765||Various||Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties (LP, Comp, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1765||US||1962|
|SBPG 62034, CS 8565||Various||Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties (LP, Comp)||CBS, CBS||SBPG 62034, CS 8565||UK||1962|
|CS 8565||Various||Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties (LP, Comp)||Columbia||CS 8565||US||1962|
|KLLS 1741||Various||Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties (LP, Comp)||Columbia||KLLS 1741||Australia||1962|
|EPK 72 545||Various||Who's Who In The Swinging Sixties (LP, Comp, Club)||CBS||EPK 72 545||Germany||Unknown|