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Hal Blaine His Drums And Orchestra - Beverly Drive / Midnight At Pink's album flac

  • Performer: Hal Blaine His Drums And Orchestra
  • Album: Beverly Drive / Midnight At Pink's
  • FLAC: 1514 mb | MP3: 1896 mb
  • Released: 1969
  • Country: US
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Hal Blaine His Drums And Orchestra - Beverly Drive / Midnight At Pink's album flac


A Beverly Drive 2:30
B Midnight At Pink's 2:40


  • Written-By – Howe* (tracks: B), Blaine* (tracks: A, B), Sloan* (tracks: A, B), Barri* (tracks: A, B)


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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): 45-01213
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): 45-00853

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-D-4181 Hal Blaine His Drums And Orchestra* Beverly Drive / Midnight At Pink's ‎(7") Dunhill, ABC Records 45-D-4181 US 1969
D-4181 Hal Blaine His Drums & Orchesta* Beverly Drive ‎(7", Promo) Dunhill, ABC Records D-4181 US 1969

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Written-By – Blaine, Sloan, Barri. Producer – Sloan, Barri. Hal Blaine His Drums And Orchestra. Beverly Drive, Midnight At Pink's ‎(7"). Dunhill, ABC Records.

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Hal Blaine was born Harold Simon Belsky in Holyoke, Massachusetts. His family moved to Hartford, Connecticut when he was seven, and when he was fourteen they moved again, this time to California, where Hal would have the kind of experiences most aspiring musicians only dream of. In fact, beyond the enormous number of records he was involved in, Hal even crossed over into Hollywood itself, appearing in films while working for Disney at the Paramount studios. By his own estimate, Hal has recorded more than 35,000 tracks

Hal Blaine (born Harold Simon Belsky; February 5, 1929 – March 11, 2019) was an American drummer and session musician estimated to be among the most recorded studio drummers in the history of the music industry, claiming over 35,000 sessions and 6,000 singles. His drumming is featured on 150 US top 10 hits, 40 of which went to number one, as well as many film and television soundtracks.

Drummerworld Page for Hal Blaine. Hal Blaine may well be the most profilic drummer in rock and roll history. He's certainly played on more hit records than any drummer in the rock era, including 40 singles and 150 that made the Top Ten. Eight of the records he played on won Grammys for Record of the Year. Blaine, who was born Harold Simon Belsky in 1929, became a professional drummer in 1948 and joined teen idol Tommy Sands' band in the late Fifties. On the more "adult" side of the pop ledger, Blaine played drums on recordings by Frank Sinatra and Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. By Blaine's own estimate, he performed on 35,000 recorded tracks over in a quarter century's worth of work. He published his memoirs, Hal Blaine and the Wrecking Crew, in 1990. Hal Blaine passed away on March 11, 2019 at the age of 90 - a sad day for the drumming community.

A. Beverly Drive Written-By – Howe, Blaine, Sloan, Barri. B. Midnight At Pink's Written-By – Blaine, Sloan, Barri. Label ABC/Dunhill Records.

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Produced by Rich Costey. The Ghosts of Beverly Drive Lyrics. If only you had known me before the accident For with that grand collision, came a grave consequence Receptors overloaded; they burst and disconnect Til there was little feeling, please work with what is left. Oh, I need not be flattered, that you've never been here before So there’s no need to mention, that you've no firsts anymore But if you let me be your skyline, I’ll let you be the wave That reduces me to rubble, but looked safe from far away. I don’t know why, I don’t know.

On his breakthrough album, Conor Oberst and a grandly shambling indie-folk ensemble turned his twenty-something angst into songs as sprawling and overwhelming as the Midwestern horizon. Oberst reaches out with stuff like "They say they don't know when, but a day is gonna come, When there won't be a moon and there won't be a sun, It will just go black, it will just go back to the way it was before," and his warbled conviction in makes it seem like some emo version of "Hands.

Biography by William Ruhlmann. Legendary session drummer who played on hundreds of hits throughout the '60s and '70s with the studio ensemble the Wrecking Crew.