Spike Jones And His City Slickers - The Best Of Spike Jones mp3 album
Lindley Armstrong "Spike" Jones (December 14, 1911 – May 1, 1965) was an American musician and bandleader specializing in satirical arrangements of popular songs and classical music. Ballads receiving the Jones treatment were punctuated with gunshots, whistles, cowbells and outlandish and comedic vocals. From the early 1940s to the mid-1950s, Jones and his band recorded under the title Spike Jones and his City Slickers and toured the United States and Canada as The Musical Depreciation Revue.
Spike Jones And His City Slickers. Thank You, Music Lovers (LP, Album, Comp, Mono). The Best Of Spike Jones (LP, Comp, RE). RCA. AYL1-1035(e).
Spike Jones And His City Slickers –Come Josephine In My Flying Machine. Spike Jones & His City Slickers with Red Ingle –Chloe. Spike Jones and His City Slickers –The Blue Danube. Spike Jones & His City Slickers –Liebestraum No. 3.
Spike Jones And His City Slickers - Come Josephine In My Flying Machine 02:36. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - The Night Before Christmas Song 01:35. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - I Want Eddie Fisher for Christmas 02:51. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - Christmas Cradle Song 02:00. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - Hark Medley: Hark, the Herald Angels Sing - O, Little Town of Bethlehem - Joy To the World - O, Come All Ye Faithful 02:43. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - White Christmas Medley: Winter Wonderland - Silver Bells - White Christmas 03:49. Spike Jones and His City Slickers - Christmas Alphabet Medley: Christmas Alphabet, Merry Christmas Polka, Christmas in America 03:27. Spike Jones And His City Slickers - Three Little Words 02:19. Spike Jones and His City Slickers with The Bell Sisters - Barnyard Christmas 02:53.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||William Tell Ouverture
Arranged By – Doodles Weaver, Spike JonesComposed By – Rossini*Voice [Commentary] – Doodles Weaver
|A2||I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
Written-By – Fritz Rotter, Joe Young , Ralph Erwin, Sam Lewis
|A3||Cocktails For Two
Vocals – Carl GraysonWritten-By – Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow
|A4||Hotcha Cornia (Black Eyes)
Arranged By – Del Porter, Spike JonesInstruments [Sneezaphone] – Willie SpicerWritten-By – Folksong*
|A5||I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Written-By – Bassman*, Washington*
|A6||The Blue Danube
Arranged By – Porter*, Jones*Featuring – Carl Grayson, Del Porter, The Boys In The Back Room*Written-By – Joh. Strauss*, Meyer*
Arranged By – Eddie Brandt, Jay SommersChorus – The Hollywood Bowling Choral Group And BullComposed By – Bizet*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Eileen GallagherNarrator – Spike JonesVocals [Base] – Sir Frederick GasVocals [Bass Barracuda] – Harry Stanton
|B2||Rhapsody From Hunger(y)
Arranged By – Spike JonesVocals [Refrain] – Freddy Morgan, Helen Grayco
- Artwork – Jack Davis
- Liner Notes – Frank Jacobs
NotesGerman first pressing LP from the early 60s.
Linernotes by: Frank Jacobs, a frequent contributor of Mad magazine.
LPM 10013 - on center labels
LPM 10.013 - on frontcover
LPM 10 013 - on backcover and spine
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area A-side, Machine stamped): LP-RHPP-2119-X
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area B-side, Machine stamped): LP-RHPP-2118-X
- Other (Run-out area both sides, Machine stamped): Manufactured in Germany
- Other (Rights Societies, Center Labels): GEMA
|LPM 10 013||Spike Jones||The Best Of Spike Jones (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||LPM 10 013||Germany||Unknown|
|LPM 10013, LPM 10.013, LPM 10 013||Spike Jones And His City Slickers||The Best Of Spike Jones (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM 10013, LPM 10.013, LPM 10 013||Germany||Unknown|