Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack songs Product Information
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack album for sale was released Jun 24, 1997 on the Buffalo Bop label. .30 tracks from Lou Cicchetti's labels, feat. The Elgins, Camerons, Chuckles, Al Reno, Guy Villari, Darts, Dials, Teardrops, Monterays, Orientals, Elegant Four + Recording information: 06/05/1960-08/24/1965.
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Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack Album Track Listing
|4||Girl That I Marry||2:58|| $0.99||(Available)|
|5||Because Of You|| $0.99||(Available)|
|6||I'll Wait|| $0.99||(Available)|
|7||Time After Time||4:17|| $0.99||(Available)|
|8||These Foolish Things||2:41|| $0.99||(Available)|
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|10||I'm All Alone|
|11||Red Red Robin|
|12||Barbara Ann||2:11|| $0.99||(Available)|
|13||Fool In Love|
|15||Mother's Love||2:55|| $0.99||(Available)|
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|19||You and I||8:00|| $1.29||(Available)|
|20||Unchained Melody|| $0.99||(Available)|
|21||It's Much Better (To Make Her Love Me)|
|22||Romeo & Juliet|
|23||Playing the Game|
|24||Two Lovers||2:48|| $1.29||(Available)|
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|25||Wouldn't You Cha-Cha With Me|
|26||You Can't Run Away|
|27||I Cried||2:47|| $0.99||(Available)|
|28||Trust In Love|
|30||Time To Say Goodbye|
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Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1000990|
|Release Date||Jun 24, 1997|
|Recording Time||66 minutes|
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|Fantastic Television!! CD (1997) |
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack songs FANTASTIC TELEVISION!! features themes from THE X-FILES, SEAQUEST, THE UNTOUCHABLES, HAWKEYE, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, THE GREEN HORNET, THE WAR OF THE WORLDS, YOUNG RIDERS, FOREVER KNIGHT, TEKWAR, BEYOND REALITY, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, STAR TREK: VOYAGER, BONANZA, and GET SMART.
Contains 28 tracks.
Personnel: Neil Norman (guitar, synthesizer); George Doering (guitar); Malcolm McNabb, John Rosenberg, Malcolm McNab (trumpet); Jerry Folsom, Joe Meyer , Brad Warnaar (French horn); Dick Hyde (trombone); Dennis McCarthy (piano, synthesizer); David Carr , Bill Burchell (keyboards); Mike Watts (synthesizer, programming); Jim Cox (synthesizer); J. Palmer (bass synthesizer, bass guitar); Kevin Karamitros, Ralph Humphrey (drums).
Editor: Bob Fisher ...
|Kabul Express (Ost)|
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack buy CD music Track Listing of songs: Kabul Fiza; Banjar; Keh Raha Mera Dil; Kabul Express Theme; Banjar; Yeh Main Aaya Kahaan Hoon; Kabul Fiza Theme; Kabul Fiza; Banjar;
|Film Music 90 Vol 09 CD (1998) |
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack CD music Track Listing of songs: Titanic: Hymn To The Sea; Titanic: My Heart Will Go On; L.A. Confidential: Theme; Jurassic Park: Theme; Air Force One: Force One; Arma Letale 3: It's Probably Me; Apocalypse Now: Cavalcata Delle Walchirie; Lo Squalo; Rambo: Peace In Our Life; Airport: Love Theme; Highlander: A Kind Of Magic; 007: Nobody Does It Better; King Kong: Love Theme; Metropolis: Love Kills; Guerre Stellari: Main Title;
|Notting Hill CD (1999) |
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack album for sale Japanese edition features the bonus tracks "Born to Cry" by Pulp and "Filth and Dreams" by Swing Out Sister.
Japanese version featuring 2 bonus tracks: 'Born To Cry' by Pulp, & 'Filth & Dreams' by Swing Out Sister.
Original score composed by Trevor Jones.
|Bull Durham CD |
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack songs Producers include: Charlie Midnight, Denny Bruce, T-Bone Burnett, Steve Berlin, Terry Manning.
Compilation producers: Danny Bramson, Tim Devine.
Small Faces CDs (1966)
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack buy CD music The 1997 release of SMALL FACES contains 5 additional tracks not contained on the original release.
Just when the first-generation British Invasion bands galloped ahead into pop art in 1966, the Small Faces worked a heavy R&B groove on their 1966 debut. That's not to say that this pack of four sharp-suited mods were unaware of the times. If anything, no other British band of the mid-'60s was so keenly tuned into fashion, the four Small Faces capturing the style and sound of dancing pilled-up mods better even than the Who, possibly because the group could carry a groove better than the Who, as this tightly propulsive debut amply illustrates. Like many '60s debuts, The Small Faces is split between covers, songs the label pushed on the band, and originals, some clearly interpolations of songs they'd been covering in clubs. "Come on Children" echoes James Brown's "Think," and "You Need Loving" is based on Willie Dixon's "You Need Love." Later, Led Zeppelin would rework the Small Faces' "You Need Loving" into "Whole Lotta Love," and while it's easy to hear how Steve Marriott's raw-throated howl influenced Robert Plant as much as Marriott's heavy shards of guitar influenced Jimmy Page, what's striking about The Small Faces is that there is very little blues or rock & roll here: it's all hard-charging, driving R&B and soul, the emphasis all on the groove. By stressing the beat, the Small Faces carry themselves over some slight songwriting -- the band's energetic interplay carries them over the rough spots between "It's Too Late," "What'Cha Gonna Do About It," and "Sha La La La Lee," and that concentration even pushes them into trailblazing territory, as on the lean, ominous pulse of "E Too D." Such moments keep The Small Faces sounding fearless and fresh even when by other respects it is very much a record of its time. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of the British band's 1967 sophomore album. This was their first record for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label and contained tracks such as 'All Our Yesterdays' and 'Green Circles'. The surviving members Kenny Jones and Ian McLagan have overseen the remastering of this album. 45 tracks total.
Includes liner notes by John Reed and Tony Brainsby.
Digitally remastered by Jon Astley and Simon Heyworth.
The Small Faces: Steve Marriott (vocals, guitar); Ian "Mac" McLagan (vocals, guitar, organ); Ronnie "Plonk" Lane (vocals, organ); Kenney Jones (drums).
Personnel: Steve Marriott (vocals, guitars, background vocals); Ian McLagan (vocals, piano, organ); Ronnie Lane (vocals, bass guitar); Kenney Jones (drums, percussion).
Audio Remasterer: Nick Robbins.
Liner Note Author: Mark Paytress.
Recording information: Olympic Studios.
Photographers: Rob Caiger; Stephen Bobroff.
|Alien Red CD (2006) |
Out of the Bronx, Vol. 2: Doo - Wop Cousins & West Side Soundtrack album for sale In 2002, lead guitarist Justin Deutsch and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Aaron Brown each played an acoustic set at the Cafe Rouge in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Later in the evening, several young women approached them suggesting they play together.
At the time Deutsch and Brown were more interested in speaking with the girls, but in their individual pursuits of romance, they began to get to know one another. As time went on the courtships dissipated, but a bond had been formed. Alien Red emerged in the coming year with Adam Zielinski on bass, Lindsay Nulton on drums, and Arn Sundberg on percussion.
In April of 2005 they released their first EP titled New Year's in An Aztec which commemorated a crazy New Year's day 2005. The EP featured the band's finest songs, focusing on their intelligent, impeccable songwriting. Recorded reel-to-reel, the album has a very "warm" feel and the song "Mystic Rain" has received considerable national attention as a finalist in the Jam Song Category of the Independent Music Awards, sponsored by The Musicians Atlas.
In June 2005, Alien Red and Lindsay Nulton parted ways; an amicable separation that placed Sundberg behind the drums, which required the band to adapt. Through this adversity Alien Red has emerged with a strong fan base and an even stronger sense of who they are and what they'd like to accomplish. With an even more powerful, cleaner, tighter, and definitely crazier sound similar to a mixture of Stevie Wonder fronting The Rolling Stones, the band decided to head back to the studio to record a new album.
In April of 2006 they released the 8 track self titled CD, Alien Red, to great reviews. On this album they have continued their tradition of strong songwriting and they have added the wonderful sounds of Jeremy Protska on the piano and organ, further expanding their sound. Their new album has a very "live" feel to it and you can definitely hear and feel all of the joys and heartaches that went into its creation. Armed with a new disc of strong material, the members of Alien Red are planning to tour the East Coast in late summer.
Here's a quote by Alicia Grega-Pikul of the Electric City in Scranton, PA:
"It's a catch-22 that's befuddled even the biggest rock stars with the biggest budgets. How do you capture the energy of a live concert on a polished studio album? Notorious for its unusually vigorous stage presence, Scranton's Alien Red is among the bands most likely to put out an album that pales in comparison. Yet its self-titled eight-track debut impressively manages to beat this fate.
Immediately demanding the listener's attention with "Greatest Day," an impossibly upbeat song about sex with the ex, the disc journeys through funk, punk, soul, surf and ska, country, R&B, and blues, hard-edged rock before coming full circle to the sultry "Red Light." Lead singer and lyricist Aaron Brown's chameleonic vocals electrify each song's story. The disc is frantic and chaotic, yet somehow completely organized."
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