Silver Convention - Get Up And Boogie! album flac
|A1||Get Up And Boogie||4:00|
|A2||No, No Joe||3:55|
|A3||You've Turned Me On (But You Can't Turn Me Off)||3:33|
|A4||San Francisco Hustle||4:40|
|B1||You've Got What It Takes (To Please Your Woman)||3:52|
|B2||The Boy With Ooh-La-La||3:42|
|B3||Old Wine In New Bottles||4:00|
|B4||Play Me Like A Yoyo||3:39|
|B5||Thank You, Mr. D. J.||3:07|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jupiter Records – CD 208
|27 263 OT||Silver Convention||Get Up And Boogie! (LP, Album)||Jupiter Records||27 263 OT||Germany||1976|
|27 263 OT||Silver Convention||Get Up And Boogie! (LP, Album)||Jupiter Records||27 263 OT||Austria||1976|
|HH-6132||Silver Convention||Get Up And Boogie! (LP, Album, Unofficial)||Holy Hawk Record Co. Ltd.||HH-6132||Taiwan||1976|
|VIP-6310||Silver Convention||Get Up And Boogie (LP, Album)||Victor||VIP-6310||Japan||1976|
|RTL 4095||Silver Convention||Get Up And Boogie! (LP, Album)||R & T||RTL 4095||South Africa||1976|
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Get Up and Boogie" is a song by German disco act Silver Convention from their 1976 second album of the same name. The song was written and composed by Sylvester Levay and Stephan Prager, and produced by Prager. The song was released as the lead single from the album Get Up and Boogie (also titled Silver Convention in some countries) in 1976.
Get Up and Boogie (sometimes also known simply as Silver Convention) is the second studio album by the German disco group Silver Convention, and perhaps best known for including the song "Get Up and Boogie", which hit on June 15, 1976 in Canada and reached in the United States. As with their previous album, the lyrics are minimalistic. Released in 1976, it proved popular on the dance floors and experienced some commercial success as well, reaching number 9 on the Billboard Black Albums chart and number 13 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from Get Up And Boogie! (1976) by Silver Convention. BPM Profile Get Up and Boogie! Album starts at 104BPM, ends at 122BPM (+18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Silver Convention.
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The Best of Silver Convention: Get Up and Boogie. Noteworthy is that the original . album version of "Get Up and Boogie" was timed (labeled) as 6:22. Seems as though all other countries use the 4 minute album version as the one appearing here. Also, the first pressing of the "Get Up and Boogie" 7" single was 4:05 (probably the album version), then repressed later with a shorter 2:47 version. I guess the radio stations wanted a shorter mix. The rest of the album seems to be completely intact with full album versions, and the pressing sounds to me like it has excellent audio quality
The Silver Convention was quite popular among British disco enthusiasts, so it came as no surprise when Magnet assembled this collection. Most of the Munich residents' essential recordings are provided, including "Fly, Robin, Fly," "Telegram," "Get Up and Boogie," "Always Another Girl," and "I Like It," as well as "Tiger Baby," "Save Me," and "Everybody's Talking 'Bout Love. Although Greatest Hits was primarily for British listeners, copies of the LP made it to the . as an import, and in 1999, Music Club reissued the collection on CD.