Kim Cordell - A Pub, A Pint And A Song album flac
|1||California Here I Come|
|4||Let The Great Big World Keep Turning|
|5||Everybody's Doing It Right Now|
|6||Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend?|
|2||In The Twi-Twi-Twi-Light|
|3||I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles|
|4||Just Like The Ivy|
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|PMC 7015||Kim Cordell||A Pub, A Pint And A Song (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMC 7015||UK||1966|
I and my fellow musicians from the OAE are currently on a pub crawl. And it's changing the way we play and audiences listen, writes Maggie Faultless.
Kim Cordell - A Pub, A Pint And A Song (LP, Album, Mono). Selo:Parlophone Cat. nº: PMC 7015. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good Plus (VG+) Condição da Capa: Capa: Very Good (VG). The cover has light handling wear, a radio station sticker on the front, a bit of ink on the front, a bit of ink on the rear, a piece of colored tape on the spine for indexing purposes and a hole punched through the top right.
Cordell Jackson (July 15, 1923 – October 14, 2004) was an American guitarist thought to be the first woman to produce, engineer, arrange and promote music on her own rock and roll music label. She was born in Pontotoc, Mississippi, on July 15, 1923, and died in Memphis, Tennessee, on October 14, 2004. Jackson founded the Moon Records label in Memphis in 1956 after a few years of recording demos at Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Service and Sun Records Studio.
An Irish Pub Song is the 2nd "single" of The Rumjacks debut album 'Gangs Of New Holland'. It is a piss take at the explosion of Irish Pubs in Australia and the bastardisation of a culture. The video was directed and filmed by Nathan Macdonald of Fatboy Films Australia
Cordell produced the Moody Blues' debut album The Magnificent Moodies on the Decca record label in 1965. The record contained the hit "Go Now" (produced separately by Alex Wharton), which had been a hit on the UK Singles Chart a year earlier. This was followed up with hits for Cordell producing The Move, Georgie Fame, Procol Harum and Joe Cocker (all but Fame were Essex/Straight Ahead Productions artists). Among others he helped produce The Cranberries, who wrote a song in his tribute called "Cordell" (1996), and Melissa Etheridge's album, Yes I A. .
When you hear a great song, you can think of where you were when you first heard it, the sounds, the smells. It takes the emotions of a moment and holds it for years to come. A great song has all the key elements - melody; emotion; a strong statement that becomes part of the lexicon; and great production. Think of Bohemian Rhapsody, by Queen. That song had everything - different melodies, opera, R&B, rock - and it explored all of those different genres in an authentic way, where it felt natural
Album's title: A Pub, A Pint And A Song.
Cordell, Cordell Cordell, Cordell. Your lover and baby will cry But your presence will always remain Is this how it was meant to be You meant something more to me Than what many people will see And to hell with the industry. Cordell, time will tell They say that you passed away And I hope you've gone to a better place Time will tell, time will tell We all will depart and decay And we all will return to a better place. Cordell, Cordell Cordell, Cordell. Nana, nana, nana, nana Nana, nana, nana, nana.
Steve Worrallo discusses his life long dream of having a pub in his back garden.