Johnny Winter, Richie Havens, Melissa Manchester, Orleans - Nightbird & Company:Cosmic Connections mp3 album
Johnny Winter, Richie Havens, Melissa Manchester, Orleans - Nightbird & Company:Cosmic Connections (2xLP, Comp, Promo). Army Reserve, Army Reserve. Ray Conniff, Damita Jo. Ray Conniff, Damita Jo - Skitch & Company - Program No. 157-160 (2xLP, Album).
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Band Name Richie Havens. Album Name Connections. Data de aparición 1980. Labels Wounded Bird Records. Estilo MusicalFolk Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Mama Whe're Gonna Dance. 3. You Send Me. 4. We've Got Tonight.
JOHNNY WINTER One of the greatest guitar players.
Album: Mixed Bag (1966). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Havens wrote this with Louis Gossett J. an actor who would go on to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the 1982 movie An Officer and a Gentleman. Gossett was also a folk singer who made the rounds at coffeehouses in Greenwich Village, where Havens was a regular. He used to sing work songs and chain-gang songs, and he would just smack the guitar," Havens explained in a 1994 DISCoveries interview.
Melissa Manchester (album). Melissa Manchester is the self-titled and the eighth album release by singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester issued on Arista Records the first week of October 1979. Although it was reported in August 1979 that Manchester was recording a followup to her 1978 album release Don't Cry Out Loud album with the title cut's producer Harry Maslin at Cherokee Studios the tracks on the Melissa Manchester album were all recorded with producer Steve Buckingham at Web IV Studios in Atlanta in September 1979.
Melissa Manchester (born February 15, 1951) is an American singer-songwriter and actress. Since the 1970s, her songs have been carried by adult contemporary radio stations. She has also appeared on television, in films, and on stage. Manchester was born in the Bronx, a borough of New York City, to a musical family. Her father was a bassoonist for the New York Metropolitan Opera.
Richie Havens, who brought an earthy soulfulness to the folk scene of the Sixties and was the first act to hit the stage at Woodstock, died of a heart attack on Monday, April 22. He was 72 and was living in Jersey City, New Jersey. Like many of his peers, Havens was a songwriter (he co-wrote one of his best-known songs, Handsome Johnny, with actor Lou Gossett J. But Havens also knew a great contemporary song when he heard it, and made his name covering and rearranging songs by Bob Dylan ( Just Like a Woman, It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue ) and the Beatles ( With a Little Help from My Friends, Eleanor Rigby, Here Comes the Sun ). Richie Havens in 1968: ‘The Direction For My Music Is Heaven’. The oldest of nine children, Havens grew up in Brooklyn’s poor Bedford-Stuyvesant, the son of a factory worker who played piano; as a teenager, Havens formed a gospel group in high school.
|A||Johnny Winter - Program #153 Air Week Of 4/7/74|
|B||Richie Havens - Program #154 Air Week Of 4/14/74|
|C||Melissa Manchester - Program #155 Air Week Of 4/21/74|
|D||Orleans - Program #156 Air Week Of 4/28/74|
- Hosted By – Alison Steele
NotesDeluxe fold-open cover. Double lp of music and interviews with public service announcements. One artist per side.
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Title on cover is "Nightbird & Company: Cosmic Connections"
Title on label is "Nightbird & Company"