The Magictones - (Do The) See Saw mp3 album
- Performer: The Magictones
- Title: (Do The) See Saw
- Genre: Funk
- Formats: AIFF MP3 TTA AHX MIDI DMF TTA
- Released: 1963
- Style: Soul
- MP3 album: 1828 mb
- FLAC album: 1469 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 750
Profilo: US group from Detroit, MI. Members: Tyrone Douglas, Calvin (Stevens) Stevenson, Tyrone Berkeley & Virginia McDonald. Also Albert Singleterry, Joe Connors & Paul Willis. Also Willie Allison, Bob Finch & Richard Thompson Calvin "Dhaakk" Stephenson formed The Magictones with four other friends who lived in Inkster. They were James Shackleford (bass singer), Richard Allen (tenor), Arthur Cartwright (tenor), Albert Singleterry (baritone). Later, Charles Wilson (bass) replaced James Shackleford. The name was and obviuos choice . One of the early records of the band is named to Debra Healy & Magictones ("Don't do nothin I wouldnt do"), on the Chrysley label. Debra Healy was a school mate. We were all members of Inkster High School Glee Club.
The Westbound recordings featured a lead singer with a falsetto similar to Ty Hunter's and a guy who reminds you of the Undisputed Truth's Joe Harris. Two more singles appeared, one on Ram-Brock Records in 1972, "Great Day" and "(Do the) See Saw" on Shur-Hit Records, written by William Garrett, both clunked. The light at the end of the tunnel arrived in 1974 when Norman Whitfield's pet project, the Undisputed Truth, lost Billie Rae Calvin and Brenda Joyce Evans, the two females that enveloped Joe Harris' lead. Whitfield, surely with input from Harris, grabbed the dormant Magictones and formed a new Undisputed Truth with a totally different sound. The new aggregation put out some funky albums, but never scored anything like the original group's groundbreaking "Smiling Faces Sometimes.
See Saw" is a song written by Don Covay and Steve Cropper and performed by Covay. The song reached on the . R&B chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1965. The song appeared on his 1966 album, See Saw. Aretha Franklin released a version of the song that reached on the . R&B chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968. The song appeared on her 1968 album, Aretha Now.
The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
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Lunch Meat by Samiyam (2013). Ding Dong by Kwamé and A New Beginning (1992). Cover chain found! Funkadelic's Good Old Music is a cover of: Good Old Music by The Parliaments (1968). Soothsayers's Natural Mystic cover of Bob Marley and The Wailers's Natural Mystic. Marlena Shaw's California Soul cover of The Messengers (60's Band)'s California Soul. KC & the Sunshine Band feat. George McCrae's I Get Lifted cover of George McCrae's I Get Lifted. Isaac Hayes's Walk on By cover of Dionne Warwick's Walk on By.
See-Saw" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1968 album A Saucerful of Secrets. It tells of a strangely troubled brother-sister relationship. It is the third Pink Floyd song written solely by Richard Wright, the second on the album as such, and features Wright on lead vocals and piano, Farfisa organ, xylophone and Mellotron. On the recording sheet, the song is listed as "The Most Boring Song I've Ever Heard Bar Two".
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- Pressed By – Midwest Record Pressing, Inc. – MW-364 / MW-365
- Published By – Peptone Music
- Producer, Written-By – Wm. Garrett*