Mike Curb Congregation, The - Come Together - Hey Jude Medley / Suspicious Minds - Midnight Special Medley mp3 album
- Performer: Mike Curb Congregation, The
- Title: Come Together - Hey Jude Medley / Suspicious Minds - Midnight Special Medley
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: DTS APE MMF MOD MP1 DMF ASF
- Released: 1970
- MP3 album: 1565 mb
- FLAC album: 1146 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 533
Curb organized his own musical group, The Mike Curb Congregation in the 1960s; they had a Top 40 pop hit in early 1971 with the title cut from their album Burning Bridges (written and composed by Lalo Schifrin and Mike Curb) which was used as the theme of Brian G. Hutton's film Kelly's Heroes. The song reached in South Africa. They recorded "Together, a New Beginning" in 1980, the theme song for Ronald Reagan's successful presidential bid that year. The Mike Curb Congregation were weekly regulars on Glen Campbell's CBS' National Network Television Show.
The Dynamites released it on the album The Black Album - Yesterday Part 2 in 1994. The Black Album - Yesterday Part 2 Album 1994. Request a synchronization license. Medley: Come Together, Hey Jude. The Mike Curb Congregation.
Suspicious Minds - Suspicious Minds Amelia Harmony - Fear And Love Mike Curb Congregation, The - Come Together - Hey Jude Medley, Suspicious Minds - Midnight Special Medley Fine Young Cannibals - Suspicious Minds Harmony Grass - Harmony Grass Peters & Lee - Suspicious Minds Hiram Clark - Music Of Harmony Patti Pivaar - Suspicious Minds, Here With You David Sun - Harmony.
Produced by George Martin. Hey Jude, don't let me down You have found her, now go and get her (Let it out and let it in) Remember (Hey Jude) to let her into your heart Then you can start to make it better. So let it out and let it in, hey Jude, begin You're waiting for someone to perform with And don't you know that it's just you, hey Jude, you'll do The movement you need is on your shoulder Na na na na na na na na na yeah. a hopeful message for Julian: ‘Come on, man, your parents got divorced.
Here in "Midnight Special" we have the nearest thing I've seen to a loving tribute to that classic. Our hero Roy (obviously!) played by Michael Shannon (Zod from the recent "Superman" reboots), and with help from childhood friend Lucas (Joel Edgerton), kidnap a strange light-sensitive child with strange powers from the Texan HQ of a doomsday-focused religious cult led by Calvin Meyer (Sam Shepard). I could also be mildly critical of the cinematography by Adam Stone. Although very atmospheric, it takes the "Midnight" from the title rather literally in places: something that I can see causing difficulties for TV viewers in working out what the hell is going on in places. This is a slower paced film than many might like, but for me it perfectly balances character with mystery and action. As such it grabs at least a draft slot in my films of the year.
|A||Come Together / Hey Jude Medley||2:35|
|B||Suspicious Minds / Midnight Special Medley||2:55|