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Various - 20 Gems From The 50's album mp3

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: 20 Gems From The 50's
  • Released: 1974
  • MP3 version size: 1867 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1194 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
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Tracklist Whichwhat Parting 48:05 17 –The Influence Driving Me Wild 51:32 18 –Children Piece Of My Heart 54:50 19 –Hunter Some Time For Thinking 58:06.

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Pat Boone became one of the most successful artists of the 50s with his heavily Pop-influenced "covers" of R&B hits like "Two Hearts, Two Kisses (Make One Love)", "Ain't That a Shame", and "At My Front Door (Crazy Little Mama)". Boone got his fame by covering black R&B hits, his cover versions of the original artists outsold the originals

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To assemble an entire album with sixteen really memorable. never- released group harmony gems from the late fifties and very early sixties is almost impossible. Lover's Night,' recorded in New York City for 20th Century Fox Records. including Rys' short- lived 'Shangri-La,' billed as a 'teenage paradise' at 26,2 High Street in Hartford on December 18-19. They waxed demos at Soyka's studio in Somers and, according to Wright, were ready to back LarryLee on his MZ session but the group broke up two weeks before the date was held in October, 1959.

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The series will focus primarily on unreleased gems from the studio’s vaults, but will also make room for unreissued sides along the way. Most recordings are finished masters, although we will also be including some demos to give the listener a glimpse behind the scenes at Avalon Avenue. Many will be early recordings of acknowledged classics, as is the case here with Clarence Carter’s demos of ‘Tell Daddy’ and ‘Too Weak To Fight’.

The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 20-11. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 50-41. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 40-31. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 30-21. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 20-11. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 10-1. 20. Black Sabbath: Paranoid. It’s fitting that Black Sabbath’s second album, Paranoid, topped the UK album charts in the first year of a new decade. As challenging and bitingly satirical as its 1979 parent album, the 31-date odyssey (and Alan Parker’s subsequent 1982 film) had been floated, in embryonic form, right from the start. When Roger conceived The Wall, Pink Floyd artist Gerald Scarfe said, he told me he wanted to make it into an album, then into a show, and finally into a film.


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