Eddie Platt & His Orch. - Rock-Em / Chinese Lullabye mp3 album
Eddie Platt & His Orch. Eddie Platt And His Orchestra, Eddie Platt's Band. Marketplace 121 For Sale. Rock-Em, Chinese Lullabye. Eddie Platt And His Orchestra.
The Spider's Lullabye is the sixth studio album by King Diamond released in 1995. Unlike other King Diamond albums, it is not a full concept album. Only half the songs form a single plot. It was also the first King Diamond album to be released on the Metal Blade label. The Spider's Lullabye is the first album to feature guitarist Herb Simonsen, bassist Chris Estes and drummer Darrin Anthony. The album was remastered by Andy LaRocque and was re-released in 2009.
Read about Chinese Lullabye from Alvino Rey & His Orchestra's Radio & Recording Rarities, Volume 14 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Radio & Recording Rarities, Volume 14. Various Artists.
Eddie Platt, Edward R Eddie Platt né Platakis; December 8, 1921 – October 3, 2010 was an American saxophonist Platakis was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raise. In 1957, he began playing the Hotel Manager in Cleveland; he would play there for another decade, until 1967 2 years earlier in 1955 he recorded his first single for Epic Records, "Rock 'Em" b/w "Chinese Lullaby" His next single was a cover of The Champs' song "Tequila", which climbed to on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1958 He also.
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Platt had the opportunity to record his first single, "Rock Em" b/w "Chinese Lullaby" for Epic Records while playing the Manger. His next goal is to record an album of tenor sax music that's danceable and sexy.
Album Name Rock 'Em All. Type Album.
Ultimate Classic Rock explores the Eddie album covers from Iron Maiden. Eddie, or 'Edward the Head,' his proper name, was designed by artist Derek Riggs based on a mask the members of Iron Maiden had been given for an art-student friend. Here we meet young Ed in a simple street setting. Other than some skin issues, he seems like a normal, likeable fellow.
rock'n'roll lullabye and she'd sing Sha la la la la la la la la Am It will be alright C D Sha la la la la la la la la G Let's just hold on tight Sing it to me momma My momma ma ma Am It will be alright C sing it sweet and clear D oh, momma
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