The Beatles - Rockin' Movie Stars Vol. 1 mp3 album
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A huge database of Beatles (and other artists) bootlegs (incl. For now, it includes 5500+ discs. Publisher: Orange Reference :Orange Eight Date :1994 Made In :Mexico Quality :Good Stereo Booklet & packaging :Picture sleeve with basic tracklisting. Total duration: 60:48.
Rockin' All Over the World is the tenth studio album by British band Status Quo. It is their first to be produced by Pip Williams and the first to feature Andy Bown as a regular contributor to the band; he would later join the band officially in 1982. Released in November 1977, it reached in the UK. "A poxy album," said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. There's nothing poxy about Rockin' All Over the World," countered guitarist Rick Parfitt.
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The Beatles were hardly the only British rock & roll band to have its LPs released in different incarnations in the . During the height of the British Invasion in the mid-'60s, it was standard practice for . record labels to shuffle songs between records, either to help promote singles or squeeze out as much product as they. could out of a limited number of songs, and since LPs were released in both mono and stereo mixes, there several different variations of the basic album on the marketplace.
The set, which features the first official stereo versions of a number of tracks on compact disc, was released in late 2004. The box set debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart on 4 December 2004 at number 35 with sales of 37,303 copies
The Beatles Second Album – This album continues the poppy sound that is full of catchy hooks and sing-along choruses. There are a few covers on here, some of them quite good. The highlights are She Loves You, Money, Please Mr. Postman, and Roll Over Beethoven. The latter three are covers. Arguably as good as Help, it shows the band starting to expand out of the pop sound that they had on earlier albums. Most of the songs have acoustic arrangements and some slightly more meaningful lyrics which makes for a slightly Bob Dylan-ish sound.
|1||Discussion/I've Got A Feeling|
|2||Maxwell's Silver Hammer|
|3||Maxwell's Silver Hammer|
|4||A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues/Baby I Don't Care/Across The Universe|
|5||Don't Let Me Down/Devil In Her Heart/Don't Let Me Down|
|6||Thirty Days/Be-Bop-A-Lula/Whole Lotta Lovin'|
|7||Jam/Money/Talkin' Bout You|
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