The original versions of 26 hit rock and (in lesser frequency) pop, soul, and country songs from the 1950s and '60s are on this highly entertaining CD. These are not the sort of songs that will be recognized only by collectors and historians; t. .
60 USD. Product Description: The original versions of 26 hit rock and (in lesser frequency) pop, soul, and country songs from the 1950s and '60s are on this highly entertaining CD. These are not the sort of songs that will be recognized only.
0:00 Start Here 1:47 Another Introduction 4:48 Tea Thyme 7:30 Clap & Form Your Soul 10:18 Figment 12:09 Home Seek Home 14:05 Straight From The Harp 16:25 Rock Climbing 18:06 It's Called The Chill Out 20:08 Gone With The Sunset 23:00 Bills Be Gone 24:15 Only On.
It’s a parallel universe where the reassuringly familiar landscape is a beautiful illusion. Volume 1 of You Heard It Here First was among our best sellers of last year and we believe that this sequel is an even stronger package. Here again are pop hits as the soundtrack to our lives – but not as we know them. Pino Donaggio’s gorgeous Italian original of this classic power ballad is among the highlights of the set. ‘Sorrow’ was knocked out without much conscious effort as a filler for the McCoys’ first album in the wake of their 1965 mega-hit ‘Hang On Sloopy’. Maybe the producers (who also happened to write the song) missed a trick by consigning ‘Sorrow’ to makeweight status, but no matter as Brit duo the Sorrows took the song into the UK Top 10 a few months later.
You Heard It Here First! (Original Versions of Famous Songs). 26 original versions of some of the most enduring classics of the 1950s and 1960s. These tracks embrace some of the greatest country, soul, pop, rock& and R&B tunes ever recorded. We may never know why these songs did not become hits first time around, but musical inferiority is certainly not among the reasons why they didn't
Listen free to Various Artists – '60 - '70 - Le Grandi Band. It - Volume 2 - Cd 1 (Anima mia, Eternità and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Various – You Heard Them Here First (Rock's Icons Before They Were Famous). Label: Ace – CDCHD 1219.
Now I've heard Volume IV, at least. Almost every statement seems valid, even the contradictory ones. In the end, though, if someone is going to purchase this two-CD set, it will be because they have a desire to hear and own a great sampling of '30's and '40's "Americana" records . It's hard to imagine that anything could be better than the original Folkways box set (Volumes 1-3), but this album is. Everything I love about V1-3, there is even more of here. The eerie juxtaposition of darkness and jubilation pretty much sums up the whole 20th Century in an hour and a half. 16 people found this helpful.
Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow (often shortened to No World For Tomorrow), is the fourth studio album by American progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria, released on October 23, 2007. The album is a direct sequel to their previous album, Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness. The album comprises part four of band's Amory Wars narrative.
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|1||–Billy Joe Royal||Hush
Written-By, Producer – Joe South
|2||–The Four Preps||Love Of The Common People
Arranged By, Conductor – Leon RussellLead Vocals – David SomervilleWritten-By – John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins
|3||–Johnny Kidd & The Pirates||Shakin' All Over
Bass Guitar – Brian GreggDrums – Clem CattiniGuitar – Alan CaddyLead Guitar [Session Man] – Joe MorettiWritten-By – Frederick Heath
|4||–Barry McGuire||California Dreamin'
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – John Phillips, Michelle Phillips
|5||–Pino Donaggio||Io Che Non Vivo (Senza Te)
Written-By – Pino Donaggio, Vito Pallavicini
|6||–The Dells||Higher And Higher
Written-By – Carl Smith , Gary Jackson , Raynard Miner, Roquel Davis
|7||–James Brown||I Don't Care
Written-By – James Brown
|8||–Bobby Parker||You Got What It Takes
Written-By – Bobby Parker
|9||–Tony Joe White||Old Man Willis
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Tony Joe White
|10||–Dan Penn||I'm Your Puppet
Written-By – Dan Penn, Lindon Oldham*
|11||–Sir Mack Rice||Mustang Sally
Written-By – Mack Rice*
|12||–Solomon Linda's Original Evening Birds||Mbube
Written-By – Solomon Linda
|13||–James Ray||I Got My Mind Set On You 1 & 2
Producer – Gerry GranahanWritten-By – Rudy Clark
Written-By, Producer – Robert Feldman*, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer
Written-By – Irwin Levine, Toni Wine
|16||–The Four Voices||Sealed With A Kiss
Backing Vocals – Bill McBride, Frank Fosta, Sal MayoLead Vocals – Allan Chase Written-By – Gary Geld, Peter Udell
|17||–Fred Neil||Everybody's Talkin'
Producer – Nick VenetWritten-By – Fred Neil
|18||–The Outsiders||Bend Me, Shape Me
Written-By – Laurence Weiss*, Scott English
|19||–Hoyt Axton||Sing In The Sunshine
Written-By – Gale Garnett
|20||–The Great Society||Someone To Love
Written-By – Darby Slick
|21||–Don Cherry||Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
Written-By – John D Loudermilk*
|22||–The Greenbriar Boys||Different Drum
Banjo – Bob YellinFiddle – Jim BuchananMandolin, Vocals – Frank WakefieldVocals, Guitar – John HeraldWritten-By – Michael Nesmith
|23||–Don & Dewey||Leavin' It All Up To You
Written-By – Dewey Terry, Donald Harris*
|24||–Chuck Berry||Come On
Written-By – Chuck Berry
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Made By – Sound Performance
- Mastered At – Sound Mastering
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Rob Finnis, Tony Rounce
- Design [Package Design] – Niall McCormack
- Engineer [Audio Restoration] – Rob Shread
- Mastered By – Duncan Cowell
NotesAudio restoration at Sound Mastering Ltd.
All tracks mono except 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22 stereo
From liner notes:
Track 1 dates from 1967 (Columbia 4-44277) and was a hit for Deep Purple in mid-1968.
Track 2 dates from 1966 (Capitol 5819) and was a hit for The Winstons (in 1969), Nicky Thomas (in 1970) or Paul Young (in 1983). Also covered by The Everly Brothers (in 1967) and Wayne Newton (in 1967).
Track 3 dates from 1960 (HMV Pop 753) and was a hit for The Guess Who in 1965.
Track 4 dates from 1965 (Dunhill LP 50005) and was a hit for The Mamas & The Papas the same year.
Track 5 dates from 1964 (Columbia SCMQ 1819) and was a hit for Dusty Springfield as "You don't have to say you love me" in 1966.
Track 6 dates from 1967 (Cader LPS 804) and was a hit for Jackie Wilson the same year.
Track 7 dates from 1964 (King 5922) and was a hit in a updated version for James Brown in 1967 (as "Cold Sweat").
Track 8 dates from 1957 (Vee-Jay 279) and was a hit for Marv Johnson in 1959.
Track 9 dates from 1968 (Monument 1053, recorded in 1967) and was a hit in a updated version for Tony Joe White in 1968 (as "Polk Salad Annie").
Track 10 dates from 1965 (MGM 13415) and was a hit for James & Bobby Purify in 1966.
Track 11 dates from 1965 (Blue Rock 4014) and was a hit for Wilson Pickett in 1966. It was also covered by The Commitments, Los Lobos, Buddy Guy, The Young Rascals, The Kingsmen and Rufus Thomas.
Track 12 dates from 1939 (Singer 829) and was a hit for The Weavers in 1940's (as "Wimoweh") and for The Tokens in 1961 (as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"). It was also a hit for Tight Fit in 1985.
Track 13 dates from 1963 (Dynamic Sound 503) and was a hit for George Harrison in 1987.
Track 14 dates from 1965 (Bang 511) and was a hit for The Merseys in 1966 and for David Bowie in 1973.
Track 15 dates from 1970 (Musicor 1418) and was a hit for Dawn in 1970.
Track 16 dates from 1960 (Columbia 41699) and was a hit for Brian Hyland in 1962.
Track 17 dates from 1968 (Capitol 2256, originally issued in december 1966) and was a hit for Harry Nilsson in 1969 (for the film Midnight Cowboy).
Track 18 dates from 1967 (Capitol LP ST 2636, recorded in 1966) and was a hit for The American Breed (in 1967) and Amen Corner (in 1968). Also covered by The Models in 1967.
Track 19 dates from 1963 (Horizon 6) and was a hit for Gale Garnett in 1964 as "We'll sing in the sunshine".
Track 20 dates from 1965 (North Beach 1001 in early 1966) and was a hit for Jefferson Airplane in 1967 as "Somebody to love".
Track 21 dates from 1962 (Verve 10270) and was a hit for The Casinos in 1967.
Track 22 dates from 1966 (Vanguard LP VSD 79233) and was a hit for Linda Ronstadt/The Stone Poneys in 1967.
Track 23 dates from 1957 (Specialty 610) and was a hit for Dale & Grace (in 1963) and Donny & Marie Osmond in 1974.
Track 24 dates from 1961 (Chess 1799) and was a hit for The Rolling Stones in 1963.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 029667039123
- Label Code: LC 05982
- Rights Society: MCPS
- Matrix / Runout: 020 8691 2121 CDCHD1250
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 7308
Title: You Heard It Here First! Volume 2
Date of release: 2010
Style: Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Country, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Psychedelic Rock, African, Folk
Size MP3: 1153 mb
Size FLAC: 1828 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Other Formats: WAV AA MMF RA MIDI DMF AHX