Don't Be Cruel was an instrumental remake of the song by Elvis Presley. The song was written by Otis Blackwell. This song was written by Leroy Anderson and Mitchell Parrish. Wonderland By Night. Bert Kaempfert And His Orchestra. Soul TMe (Instrumental) String-A-Longs. The group followed-up with other instrumentals that received moderate airplay.
Wheels was written by Richard Stephens and Jimmy Torres. Jordan Ingmann brought the song to the US, Soul TMe (Instrumental) reached number 2. He became a top 20 one hit wonderbut followed up with many instrumentals that received airplay, including Anna. This song was written by Jerry Lorden. Kokomo Soul TMe (Instrumental) actually Jimmy Wisner, hiding his identity from other classically trained musicians. Kokomo was a top 20 one hit wonderbut Jimmy Wisner received some Soul TMe (Instrumental) with other songs as Jimmy Wisner Trio also.
The s group Kokomo was unrelated. Ray Charles had an instrumental hit with this cover of the song by The Clovers.
This song was written by Rudy Toombs. This song was from TV show Bonanza. It was written by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston. You Can't Sit Down was Soul TMe (Instrumental) instrumental top 20 one hit wonder. The 45 RPM single had parts one and two on its sides.
Part two was more famous. He received slight radio airplay with other songs, like Softly, and played guitar on many records for decades to come. Last Night. A few other songs by the group received some airplay. Although instrumental song Mexico was a top 20 one hit wonder for Bob Moore, he received some airplay in with another regional instrumental, Kentucky. This song was written by Boudleaux Bryant. It was written by Paul Desmond. This song was written by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.
This song was written by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer. Tuff was a top 20 one hit wonder instrumental for Ace Cannon. The song Tuff was from album Tuff-Sax. This song was written by Ace Cannon. Reviewer: JChaz - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - August 22, Subject: Lovely Collection So glad this music has been assembled and offered for enjoyable listening.
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The best ones. So pleased with this lovely music. If you didn't then you've likely given up on this site so you'll never see this reply. I'm guessing that mp3 format will be okay. Two clicks on your mouse will do it. That's all there is to it, Soul TMe (Instrumental). There will almost certainly be several xml files containing some very useful data.
Reviewer: teotia - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - July 3, Subject: teotia this is the best instrumental music to please your ears! Are these great instrumentals of the s? Well, no. For these aren't the original hit recordings, but covers recorded by Nashville studio groups for the Spar recording company, presumably in the '60s no precise recording dates are given, if any even still survive. Aside from famed producer Billy Sherrill whose orchestra is credited with "The Stripper"none of the artists are well known, though it's likely some top Nashville session cats played on various tracks and, according to the liner notes, Boots Randolph plays sax on the Howard Carroll Orchestra' s "Rinky Dink".
The songs weren't all originally popularized in the '60s, either, with some '50s stragglers like "Honky Tonk" and "Tequila" also making it into the program. But that's not the main problem with this compilation. The more important issue is that, like most covers played by anonymous sessioneers, these aren't nearly as exciting as the original versions, which are actually much easier to find on CD.
Often the arrangements are soundalikes, which are pointless acquisitions considering the ready availability of the superior originals. Those that deviate from the originals don't match, let alone surpass, the prototypes. The CD has better packaging and liner notes than the vinyl this stuff appeared on when it was first released, but these still make for superfluous entries in the '60s instrumental music canon, even for fans who specialize in collecting that kind of material.
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