randomtestreggaeband
» » Bobby Crush - The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party With 101 Great Songs - Party One / Party Two
Bobby Crush - The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party With 101 Great Songs - Party One / Party Two album mp3

Bobby Crush - The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party With 101 Great Songs - Party One / Party Two album mp3

  • Performer: Bobby Crush
  • Genre: Pop
  • Title: The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party With 101 Great Songs - Party One / Party Two
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Easy Listening
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1569 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1869 mb
  • Other: AC3 DMF APE TTA MIDI VOC MP2
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 893

Description

Complete your Bobby Crush collection. Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. マスターリリースを編集. Bobby Crush ‎– The Bobby Crush Singalong Party.

Crush's only album . .this" was originally released in 1994 independently and later was picked up and reissued by Retrospect because of high demand. Musically, Crush is playing commercial melodic hard rock, they do have a lot of great songs that have the potential to penetrate radio and MTV, if only this was released in the late 80s. Mike Graham, unfortunately to me, his vocal isn't up the standard compared to their music, acceptable but not really that great.

Bobby Crush first came to public attention after six winning appearances on Hughie Green's British ITV talent show, Opportunity Knocks, in 1972. He received the Variety Club of Great Britain award for 'Best New Artist' of 1972. He recorded for the Philips label in the UK and his recordings were produced by Norman Newell, who had previously worked with Shirley. Bassey, Judy Garland, Johnny Mathis and Bobby's role model, Russ Conway. His "Piano Party" album also went gold in New Zealand. Crush is featured vocally on Pickwick's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat playing the role of "Pharaoh" and songs from the musical Hair for Carlton Records. Following the release of his album Reel Music, Crush played a 30 date tour with 60's singing star Gene Pitney, including a night at the London Palladium. The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker (1982) – UK no. 53.

Join Bobby Crush on the actual day of his 64th birthday when, instead of a party, Britain's favourite piano entertainer will be making a welcome return to Crazy Coqs. You'll also get to choose Bobby's final medley when he closes the show with a special audience request spot. Soon to be seen on the new five part series Last Laugh in Vegas for ITV, Bobby celebrates 45 years in showbusiness this year.

Millie Bobby Brown landed the cover of Teen Vogue and the 15-year-old waxed poetic on how fortunate she is as one of the actresses on Netflix's Stranger Things. For the spread, the teenager was snapped in Oscar de la Renta, Prada, Rodarte and, what caught our eye, this head-to-toe Louis Vuitton look. Millie is unmistakably futuristic in this embroidered sleeveless dress that you layer on top of a white dress with padded futuristic sleeves.

This page is a discography of American singer-songwriter Bobby Vinton. 1961: Dancing at the Hop. 1961: Bobby Vinton Plays for His Li'l Darlin's. 1962: Roses Are Red (US 1962: Bobby Vinton Sings the Big Ones (US 1963: The Greatest Hits of the Golden Groups. 1963: Blue on Blue (reissued as Blue Velvet after the success of the hit of the same name) (US 1964: There! I've Said It Again (US 1964: Tell Me Why (US 1964: A Very Merry Christmas (US 1964: Mr. Lonely (US

An academy-trained pianist, this Beatles -style fringed youth was first seen by Britain audiences when winning rounds of televisions talent show Opportunity Knocks in the summer of 1972. Like an updated Russ Conway, he would flash a bashful half-smile when he switched from solemn classical arpeggios to breezy tavern honky-tonking midway through his spot. As well as the trademark boyish winsomeness, his professional strength lay in dexterous instrumental command, and his debut album sold well even if records were to become an adjunct to his earnings in variety seasons and theatre concerts. By the 80s, Crush had started a second career as an actor, maturing from character roles in Christmas pantomime to an iconoclastically androgynous part as Dr. Frank N. Furter in a touring production of The Rocky Horror Show.

Tracklist

A1 Roll Out The Barrel (Beer Barrel Polka)
A2 Let The Rest Of The World Go By
A3 If I Had My Way
A4 Cokey Cokey
A5 Have You Ever Been Lonely?
A6 On The Sunny Side Of The Street
A7 The Anniversary Song
A8 My Melancholy Baby
A9 Knees Up Mother Brown
B1 California Here I Come
B2 Strollin'
B3 Singing In The Rain
B4 Carolina In The Morning
B5 I Came, I Saw, In Conga'd
B6 As Time Goes By
B7 In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
B8 Now Is The Hour
B9 Auld Lang Syne
C1 Let's Twist Again
C2 Save Your Kisses For Me
C3 Mull Of Kintyre
C4 The Birdie Song
C5 Isn't She Lovely
C6 Congratulations
C7 Tie A Yellow Ribbon
C8 When I'm Sixty Four
D1 Hand's Up!
D2 Shaddup Your Face
D3 Day Trip To Bangor
D4 Release Me
D5 Y Viva Espana
D6 One Day At A Time
D7 Simon Says
D8 Brown Girl In The Ring
D9 Sailing

Credits

  • Engineer [Recording] – Allen Rouse
  • Illustration – Chris Masters
  • Producer – Norman Newell
  • Supervised By [Musical Supervisor], Arranged By – Cecil Bolton

Notes

Grey cassette with blue print.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WW 5127, WW 5126 Bobby Crush The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party With 101 Great Songs - Party One / Party Two ‎(2xLP, Album) Warwick Records, Warwick Records WW 5127, WW 5126 UK 1982