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Robert Young - The Whole World Was Dancing album flac

  • Performer: Robert Young
  • Album: The Whole World Was Dancing
  • FLAC: 1318 mb | MP3: 1751 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: UK
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 316
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Robert Young  - The Whole World Was Dancing album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Whole World Was Dancing
Written-By – C. Ornadel*, N. Newell*
2:54
B When You're Close To Me
Written-By – M. Sepe*, S. Hart*
3:27

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Douglas
  • Producer – Norman Newell

Notes

A-side: from the T.V. series "The Strauss Family"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S CBS 1058 Robert Young The Whole World Was Dancing ‎(7", Single) CBS S CBS 1058 UK 1972

Tracklist

A The Whole World Was Dancing
B When You're Close To Me

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S CBS 1058 Robert Young The Whole World Was Dancing ‎(7", Single, Promo) CBS S CBS 1058 UK 1972

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He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" is a traditional American spiritual, first published in 1927. It became an international pop hit in 1957-58 in a recording by English singer Laurie London, and has been recorded by many other singers and choirs.

Kevin Ayers And The Whole World - Shooting At The Moon. Kevin Ayers And The Whole World - Shooting At The Moon. Kevin Ayers & The Whole World - Shooting At The Moon (Harvest 1970). The real Canterbury sound, for all its supposed sophistication, is often stodgy and constipated. These are descriptives that could never be applied to Kevin Ayers's second post-Soft Machine LP. The group Ayers assembled for this project was outstanding. After a musical training programme that included playing alongside La Monte Young, Tony Conrad, Terry Riley and The Velvet Underground, John Cale's solo career finally found its feet with this, his still glorious third album. On Paris 1919 Cale's confident piano playing and vibrant Welsh vocal provide the perfect vehicle to carry this selection of spectral songs which, once heard, refuse to be exorcised from the memory.

And we'll do it again (Oh my god, did it from loving you) Gonna do it again (Oh my god, did it from loving you We'll do it again (Did it from, did it from loving you) We'll do it again (When the world was at war). Is it the end of an era? Is it the end of America? Is it the end of an era? Is it the end of America? When the world was at war before We just kept dancing When the world was at war before We just kept dancing. And we'll do it again And we'll do it again.

Robert Knight Archive/Getty. World-changing riffs, blues fury, power-ballad grandeur, Hobbits and so much more. Recorded at a BBC Radio session, this improvised take on a Robert Johnson song is one of their loosest moments. Recorded for the album of the same name, this stomping come-on was shelved for sounding too much like "Dancing Days," and resurrected for Physical Graffiti. Page sprays shrapnel while Plant evokes fertility rites and drugged-out tarot readings. Rick Rubin has called it "one of their most compact-feeling songs.

About a young woman who is married to a devout Jew and the problems that trouble their marriage because of the woman wanting something more out of her life. Director: Boaz Yakin. The Whole Wide World" is remarkable in all sorts of ways, but I must use my space here to further celebrate the masterful acting of the leads, Vincent D'Onfrio (as Bob Howard) and Renee (as Novalyne Price). Indeed, the skill of the portrayals completely conveys the sense of time, place and emotional temperament necessary to draw us into their worlds-and break our hearts.

Is it the end of America? No, it's only the beginnin' If we hold on to hope, we'll have our happy endin' When the world was at war before We just kept dancin' When the world was at war before We just kept dancin'. Boys, don't forget your toys And take all of your money If you find you're in a foreign land Boys, don't make too much noise And don't try to be funny Other people may not understand. Well, I have a song that’s quite aware about the collective worry, about whether this is the end of an era. It’s called When the world was at war we kept dancing. But I actually went back and forth about keeping it on the record, because I didn’t want it there if it would make people feel worse instead of better.

Robert Burns was a famous Scottish poet and lyricist, who was also known as the national poet of Scotland. During the summer of 1772, Burns was sent to Dalrymple Parish School. At the young age of 15, Robert was the main laborer at Mount Oliphant. In the summer of 1775, he was sent to Kirkoswald to finish his education. In 1777, his father shifted his family from Mount Oliphant farm to the 130-acre farm at Lochlea, near Tarbolton. In 1779, he joined a country dancing school and the following year, formed the Tarbolton Bachelors' Club with his brother Gilbert. In 1781, Burns went to Irvine, North Ayrshire to learn to become a flax-dresser.