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Titolo:
The Mexicali Singers
Interprete:
The Mexicali Singers
Stile:
Easy Listening, Vocal
Rilasciato:
1967
Numero di catalogo:
WLS 1641
Paese:
Italy
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2240 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2543 mb
Etichetta:
Warner Bros. Records

Tracklist


1Tijuana Taxi
Written-By – Bud Coleman
2:06
2Geneva
Written-By – Anita Kerr
2:00
3Cotton Candy
Written-By – Cano
2:21
4Red Roses For A Blue Lady
Written-By – Tepper-Bennett
2:18
5Zorba The Greek
Written-By – Mikis Theodorakis
2:55
6Michelle
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
2:24
7Spanish Flea
Written-By – Julius Wechter
2:12
8A Taste Of Honey
Written-By – Scott, Marlow
2:35
9Yakety Sax
Written-By – Randolph, Rich
1:56
10Bye Bye Blues
Written-By – Lown, Gray, Bennett, Hamm
2:57
11Java
Written-By – Toussaint, Taylor, Friday
1:55
12Flowers On The Wall
Written-By – Lewis De Witt
2:20


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WS 1641The Mexicali Singers Voices In Instrumentation - The Unique Vocal Interpretations Of The Mexicali Singers ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWS 1641US1966
W 1641The Mexicali Singers Voices In Instrumentation - The Unique Vocal Interpretations Of The Mexicali Singers ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Warner Bros. RecordsW 1641US1966
LPWS 1534, LPWS. 1534The Mexicali Singers Voices In Instrumentation - The Unique Vocal Interpretations Of The Mexicali Singers ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. RecordsLPWS 1534, LPWS. 1534France1966
WSTX 1641The Mexicali Singers Voices In Instrumentation - The Unique Vocal Interpretations Of The Mexicali Singers ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWSTX 1641US1966


Crediti


  • Alto VocalsMargarita Reales
  • Baritone VocalsErasmus Gonsalvez Muñez
  • Bass Vocals [Basso]Manuel F. Rodobles
  • Cover [Copertina]Ed Thrasher
  • EngineerDick Bogart
  • Liner NotesStan Cornyn
  • ProducerAnita Kerr
  • Soprano Vocals [First Soprano]Conchita Mendez
  • Soprano Vocals [Second Soprano]Ruela H. Roblez
  • Tenor Vocals [First Tenor]Rafael O.J. Santayana


Note


Made In Italy


Codici a barre


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 9 S 39113
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 9 S 39114


Aziende


  • Distributed By – Messaggerie Musicali
  • Printed By – Stampa Reparto Grafico C.G.D.
  • Pressed By – CGD Pressing Plant
  • Made By – CGD Compagnia Generale Del Disco S.p.a.
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records Inc.


Video



Album


Chanson D'AmourJapan 2012 Remaster. The Very Best Of Anita Kerr. Popular songs vocalise sextet with orchestra. Recorded in Hollywood. Program notes by Stan Cornyn on container. Spanish flea - Bye bye blues - Java - Michelle - Zorba the Greek - Flowers on the wall - Yakety sax - Geneva - Tijuana taxi - Red roses for a blue lady - Cotton candy - A taste of honey. Mexicali Singers. The Mexicali Singers-Voices in Instrumentation, The Unique Vocal Interpretations of the Mexicali Singers, on WARNER BROS Records, 1966, to music from Mexicali Singers like All My Loving, Chanson d'Amour & more. the mexicali singers 1966 voices in instrumentation anita kerr 28:44. The Mexicali Singers - All my loving 2:46. The Mexicali Singers - Chanson d'amour 2:21. Edición Maestra -. Notas de la publicación:opcional. And other albums from The Mexicali Singers are available on sale at Recordsale. The Further Adventures Of The Mexicali Singers скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Mexicali Singers - Chanson D Amour, Mexicali Singers - Red Roses for a Blue Lady, Mexicali Singers - All My Loving, Mexicali Singers - Spanish Flea, Mexicali Singers - Java, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Gentle Touch - The Mexicali Singers. Hey, Look Me Over - The Mexicali Singers. Similar Artists. Similar Releases. 2020 CLiGGO MUSIC. Apps & Devices. Mexicali Blues is a song from Bob Weir's 1972 Ace solo album that, like the rest of the material on that record, was de facto by the Grateful Dead. Indeed, it appears on the 1974 Skeletons from the Closet: The Best of Grateful Dead compilation. Mexicali Blues was written by Bob Weir and lyricist John Perry Barlow. This was the first songwriting collaboration for Weir and Barlow. Barlow has noted that Weir had an idea for a cowboy song and asked Barlow to write the lyrics after Robert Hunter