The Shadows - Rhythm & Greens album flac
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|A||Rhythm & Greens
Written By – Welch-Marvin-Bennett-Rostill
Featuring – The Norrie Paramor Orchestra*Written By – Carr-Paramor
|DB 7342||The Shadows||Rhythm & Greens (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 7342||UK||1964|
|45-2257||The Shadows||Rhythm & Greens (7", Single, Promo)||Atlantic||45-2257||US||1964|
|45-DB. 7342||The Shadows||Rhythm & Greens (7")||Columbia||45-DB. 7342||India||Unknown|
|DB 7342||The Shadows||Rhythm & Greens / The Miracle (7")||Columbia||DB 7342||Netherlands||1964|
|DB 7342||The Shadows||Rhythm & Greens (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 7342||Norway||1964|
Shadows - The Collection. Лицензиар: "WMG (от лица компании "PLG UK Catalog"); EMI Music Publishing, PEDL, UBEM, Exploration Group (Music Publishing), Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (3).
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The Shadows is a 1961 rock album by British group The Shadows, which reached number one in the UK charts. Side 1. "Shadoogie" (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Jet Harris, Tony Meehan). Blue Star" (Victor Young, Edward Heyman). Nivram" (Bruce Welch, Hank Marvin, Jet Harris). Baby My Heart" (Sonny Curtis) – (Vocal: Hank Marvin). See You in My Drums" (Tony Meehan) – Drum solo. All My Sorrows" (Dave Guard, Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds) – (Vocal: Jet Harris). Stand Up and Say That" (Hank Marvin).
Album: The Original Chart Hits 1960-1980, 1990. Fun Shads number from their 1964 film of the same name.
The Shadows Album of Rhythm & Greens, 1964, The Shadows Music Ltd/Belinda Music Ltd. No ISBN. A11. The Shadows Modern Electric Guitar Tutor, 196?, The Shadows Music Ltd/Belinda Ltd. Cliff and the Shadows Album, 196?, . eldman & co ltd, no ISBN. B2. The Young Ones & Summer Holiday 1963, Elstree Music ltd, no ISBN.
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The Shadows – Rhythm & Greens. Label: Columbia – SEGM 8362. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP. Country: New Zealand. From the A. B. Pathé/Interstate Film 'Rhythm & Greens'. Produced and Directed by Christopher Miles. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
12. Don't Make My Baby Blue. The Shadows (Compilation). Compilation, 1966, Music For Pleasure (MFP).
This was the first Shadows album to feature Brian Licorice Locking, who replaced Jet Harris midway through the album's creation. The album is also the first album for Brian Bennett. The British public in 1961-62 anticipated an all instrumental second album but the Shadows and Paramor wanted to produce an album showcasing their numerous diverse talents instead. The album nevertheless features 6 (out of 13) all new original compositions written by all members of the Shadows in various permutations. By contrast, the second album of rival instrumental rock band The Ventures was an all. Only track Little B has been used to promote this album when on tour in 1962 and has been used as first choice Shadows drum solo for live concerts from 1962 to 2004.