The Smothers Brothers - It Must Have Been Something I Said mp3 album
For this album the Brothers Smothers made a effort to include more serious songs. The B side of their second album, "The Two Sides of the Smothers Brothers," consisted of studio recordings of songs such as "The Four Winds and the Seven Seas" and the "Sailor's Lament," and their ninth album would be all about "The Smothers Brothers Sing it Straight" (almost). But I have a preference for their singing on stage, accompanied just by Tom's guitar and Dick's fat friend. The Smothers Brothers have set the mark as the longest running comedy team in history, but at the start of their second half-century together you have to admit that they are not going to be around in another fifty years. It would be nice if all of their albums were out on CD while the boys are still out on the road.
Recorded at the Ice House in Pasadena, California. com has kept this recording in its original format to preserve the integrity of the album. Rights Society (Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 9): BMI. Rights Society (Tracks 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11): ASCAP. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All.
The Smothers Brothers, It Must Have Been Something I Said!, LP, Mercury Records (USA), 1964. Note: This is the English version titled "Carnival"). The Tarriers, Gather Round, Decca, USA, 1964. Astrud Gilberto, The Shadow of Your Smile (Astrud Gilberto album) track LP, label: Verve (D), 1965. His mother, the Lebanese diva singer Fairouz, very popular in the Arab world, released this song in her Wala Kif album. Shiina Ringo, lead singer for the Japanese band Tokyo Incidents covered this song in both Portuguese and English under the title "Kuroi Orufe" (黒いオルフェ, Black Orpheus) in her cover album, Utaite Myouri ~Sono Ichi~ (2002) as a solo artist. " sung by Tino Rossi, Marie José, Dalida, Maria Candido, Gloria Lasso, Sacha Distel, Pauline Croze.
1964 live album by Smothers Brothers. It Must Have Been Something I Said! Live album by. Smothers Brothers. Tour de Farce: American History and Other Unrelated Subjects (1964). It Must Have Been Something I Said!" is the fifth comedy album from the Smothers Brothers (released April 15, 1964 on Mercury Records). It reached number 23 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The single "Jenny Brown" peaked at on the 1963 Pop Singles chart. The album was recorded at The Ice House in Pasadena, California. The cover photograph showed Dick having just smashed a guitar over Tom's head, thereby justifying the album title as a word balloon.
Tracking list e i testi dell'album: It Must Have Been Something I Said! Data di pubblicazione: 1 gennaio 2011. Tracking list e i testi dell'album
It Must Have Been Something I Said! (LP, Mercury Mono, Promo, Gol). It Must Have Been Something I Said (LP, Mercury Album). The Smothers Brothers. It Must Have Been Something I Said (LP, Mono). Category Country Year.
IT Must have been something I said (released 4/15/64). Slithery Dee. :32. Hiawatha. The smothers brothers play IT straight (released 2/15/66). The First Time (Ever I Saw Your Face). Someone To Talk My Troubles To.
The Smothers Brothers. 5. Michael, Row Your Boat Ashore.
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Written-By – Shel Silverstein
Written-By – Gene Farmer, Milt Rosen
|4||Crabs Walk Sideways
Written-By – Resnick*, Barry*
|5||Michael, Row The Boat Ashore
Adapted By – Tom Smothers*
|6||Civil War Song
Written-By – Shel Silverstein
Written-By – George Wood
|8||Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
Written-By – Tom Smothers*
Written-By – Dick Smothers
|10||Anne Marie And Jean Pierre
Written-By – Alan Greene , Lewis Allan
Written-By – Weiss*, Peretti*, Creatore*, Bonfa*
- Published By – Hollis Music, Inc.
- Published By – Smobro Pub. Co., Inc.
- Published By – T. M. Music, Inc.
- Published By – Tomard Music Publishing Company
- Published By – Wolf-Mills Music, Inc.
- Published By – Emarcy Publishing, Inc.
- Published By – Ross Jungnickel, Inc.
- Published By – E.B. Marks Music Inc.
- Mastered At – Mercury Sound Studios
- Recorded At – The Ice House
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Enterprises
- Copyright (c) – Universal Music Enterprises
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Laugh.com, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Laugh.com, Inc.
- Editor – Art Becker, Phil Kaye, Tom May
- Engineer [Recording] – Jerry Ferree
- Mastered By – Doug Hawkins
- Performer – Dick Smothers, Tommy Smothers
- Photography [Cover] – Fred Scnell
- Producer – David Carroll
- Recorded By [Assistant Recordist] – Vic Zazlov
- Recording Supervisor – M. T. Putnam*
NotesRecorded at the Ice House in Pasadena, California
Laugh.com has kept this recording in its original format to preserve the integrity of the album.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 01291 11752 7
- Barcode (String): 801291117527
- Rights Society (Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 9): BMI
- Rights Society (Tracks 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11): ASCAP
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