David T. Walker - Hot Fun In The Summertime / I Want To Talk To You mp3 album
Hot Fun in the Summertime" is a 1969 song recorded by Sly and the Family Stone. The single was released in the wake of the band's high-profile performance at Woodstock, which greatly expanded their fanbase. The song peaked at number 2 on the . Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, kept out of the number 1 spot by I Can't Get Next to You by The Temptations. Hot Fun in the Summertime" also peaked at number 3 on the . Billboard soul singles chart in autumn 1969.
Thank You" was intended to be included on an in-progress album with "Star" and "Hot Fun in the Summertime"; the LP was never completed, and the three tracks were instead included on the band's 1970 Greatest Hits LP. "Thank You" and "Star", the final Family Stone recordings issued in the 1960s, marked the beginning of a 20-month gap of releases from the band, which would finally end with the release of "Family Affair" in 1971. The song's length on the original hit single and the Greatest Hits LP is 4:48 and was re-channeled.
That's when I had most of my fun back High, high, high, high there Them summer days, those summer days. I cloud nine when I want to Out of school, yeah County fair in the country sun And everything, it's true, ooh, yeah. Hot fun in the summertime Hot fun in the summertime Hot fun in the summertime Hot fun in the summertime. First of the fall and then she goes back Bye, bye, bye, bye there Them summer days, those summer days. Boop, boop, ba, boop, boop when I want to Out of school, yeah County fair in the country sun And everything it's cool, ooh yeah
Todd plays "In the Summertime" on the piano MUNGO JERRY - IN THE SUMMERTIME A one-hit wonder retrospective. David Gates: I wanna make it with you. Todd (VO): Of course, these things didn't happen overnight. There was silly pop music in the '60s, and serious music in the '70s obviously, but that's the way it seemed to me, at least on the pop charts, and who said that dumb music isn't necessarily bad, dumb can be fun. Todd: And folks, we're going to get very, very dumb tonight. Ray Dorset: In the summertime when the weather is hot You.
Thee Thesaurus Of Funkasaurus. Sly & The Family Stone. Active from 1966 until 1975, the band was pivotal in the development of soul, funk and psychedelia. Headed by singer, songwriter, record producer, and t Sly Stone, and containing several of his family members and friends, the band was the first major American rock band to have an integrated lineup in both race and gender.
Summertime by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince (1991). You don’t have to live in the . sunshine, dress like the Fresh Prince or even remember the ’90s especially well to recognize this song as the ultimate summer jam. Delivered by ’90s hip-hop pop heroes Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff, this dreamy ode to the fairest of the seasons checks off pretty much every summer essential, from shooting hoops on the street, to dancing at a barbecue and reminiscing about the first person you kissed-but the real joy of Summertime is that it’s so easy. Hot Fun in the Summertime by Sly and the Family Stone (1969). Released in August 1969, Hot Fun in the Summertime by funk trailblazers Sly and the Family Stone dropped at the height of the band’s career, after its legendary performance at Woodstock earlier that summer.
Elliot participated with fellow saxophonists Paul Taylor, Gerald Albright and keyboardist Jeff Lorber in the "Grooving for Grover" concert series. The series honored the legacy of the late Grover Washington, J. who was a founding father of smooth jazz. Elliot was known for his zebra-striped tenor saxophone. In 2011, he switched from LA SAX Saxes to Dakota Saxophones, which the owner Peter LaPlaca sold LA for Dakota. Hot Fun in the Summertime. Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart and number 3 on the .
Hot Fun in the Summertime" is a 1969 song recorded by Sly and the Family Stone.
|Hot Fun In The Summertime||3:37|
|I Want To Talk To You||3:07|
|Ode-66025||David T. Walker||Hot Fun In The Summertime / I Want To Talk To You (7")||Ode Records||Ode-66025||US||Unknown|
|12 234 AT||David T. Walker||Hot Fun In The Summertime (7", Single)||A&M Records, Ode Records||12 234 AT||Germany||1972|