Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 songs Product Information
Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 album for sale by Jack Nitzsche was released May 10, 2005 on the Ace (Label) label. Jack Nitzsche was one of the true wildmen of American popular music. His reputation was made as arranger on Phil Spector's classic recordings and a pillar of his Wrecking Crew, but his reach is so much wider and deeper than that that's it's a wonder that Hearing Is Believing isn't a multi-disc box set instead of a 26-track, single-CD compilation. Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 CD music contains a single disc with 26 songs. ...See Full Description
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Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 Album Track Listing
|1||Lonely Surfer See All 4||2:36|| $0.99||(Available)|
|2||Don't Make My Baby Blue |
|3||Needles And Pins |
|4||Seein' Is Believin'|
|5||Not For Me |
|6||Move Over Darling |
|7||Castles in the Sand |
|9||Kick That Little Foot Sally Ann|
|11||Walk With a Winner|
|12||No Matter What You Do|
|13||Hung On You |
|14||Cheryl's Goin' Home |
|15||I Could Be So Good To You|
|16||Road To Nowhere|
|17||Heart of Juliet Jones|
|18||Wild Life's In Season|
|19||You Make Me Feel Like Someone|
|20||It Happens Every Time|
|22||Ashes, The Rain & I|
|24||Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl|
|25||You Can't Be Too Strong|
|26||One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Closing Theme) See All 2||3:39|| $0.99||(Available)|
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Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6838952|
|Release Date||May 10, 2005|
|Producer||Jack Nitzsche; Jimmy Bowen; Terry Melcher; Dick Glasser; Hal Davis; Marc Gordon; Mike Curb; Joe Saraceno; Quincy Jones; Phil Spector; Paul Rothchild; Jac Holzman; Mick Jagger; Bill Szymcyzk; Buffy Sainte-Marie; Jack Nitzsche; Jimmy Bowen; Terry Melcher; Dick Glasser; Hal Davis; Marc Gordon; Mike Curb; Joe Saraceno; Quincy Jones; Phil Spector; Paul Rothchild; Jac Holzman; Mick Jagger; Bill Szymcyzk; Buffy Sainte-Marie|
|Recording Time||76 minutes|
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Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 songs The Chubby Checker installment in the Cameo Parkway series, an excellent string of discs highlighting the label's artists from the late 1950s and '60s, will disappoint neither long-time fans nor those looking for a compilation of Chubby's biggest hits. Naturally, "The Twist" is here, as are all of the singer's follow-up cash-ins ("Let's Twist Again;" "Slow Twistin,'" etc.), and a host of other dance-craze songs ("The Hucklebuck;" "Limbo Rock," "The Fly"). The mood is light, buoyant, and fun throughout, as anyone familiar with any of Checker's singles would assume. Excellent sound and liner notes make this a fine choice for anyone seeking a one-stop set of Checker's best moments.
Unknown Contributor Role: Kenneth Salinsky.
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Personnel: Chubby Checker (vocals); Dee Dee Sharp, Bobby Rydell (vocals); Joe Sher (guitar, drums); Joe Sgro (guitar); Dan Dailey, Fred Nuzzullio, Georgie Young & the Rockin 'Bocs, Georgie Young (saxophone); Fred Bender (keyboards); Joe Macho (bass instrument); Joe Sher (drums); Dave Appell, Joe Renzetti (guitar); Buddy Savitt (saxophone); Roy Stragis (keyboards); Ellis Tollin, Bobby Gregg (drums).
Recording information: Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY (01/1959-11/1963); Cameo Parkway Studio, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959-11/1963); Cherry Hill, NJ (01/1959-11/1963); Reco-Art Sound Recording, Philadelphia, PA (01/1959-11/1963).
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Liner Note Authors: Jeff Tamarkin; Jefferson Airplane; Bill Thompson.
Recording information: RCA, Hollywood, CA (06/14/1967-10/31/1967).
Photographers: Alan Pappé; Don Paulsen.
Arranger: Jefferson Airplane.
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Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 CD music Track Listing of songs: Butterfly; Fabulous; Race for Time; Sing Sing Sing; You're the Greatest; Over the Weekend; Night Time; Memory Lane; Silhouettes; Daddy Cool; Back to School Again; Class, The; Bad Motorcycle; Shake a Hand; Dinner with Drac, Pt. 1; Mexican Hat Rock; Nine More Miles (The "Faster-Faster" Song); Bird's 'N' Bees; Two Weeks with Pay; Rocka-Conga; Kissin' Time; We Got Love; Twist, The; Wild One; Swingin' School; Pony Time; Teach Me to Twist; Let's Twist Again; Bristol Stomp; Wah-Watusi, The; Merry Christmas; DISC 2: Slow Twistin'; Mashed Potato Time; Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes); Don't Hang Up; Ride!; Do the New Continental; Popeye Waddle, The; Limbo Rock; Cha-Cha-Cha, The; Volare; Sweet Georgia Brown; One More Time Back to School; (I'm the Girl From) Wolverton Mountain; Rowdy; Forget Him; Mother Please!; Come on and Dance with Me; Groovy Baby; Jam, Pt. 1, The; You Can't Sit Down; South Street; Everybody South Street; Do the Bird; Not Me; Crossfire!; (Everybody Do) The Swim, Pt. 1; 81, The; Daydreamin' of You; Boy with the Beatle Hair, The; Jingle Bell Rock; DISC 3: So Much in Love; Wonderful! Wonderful!; I'll Be True; When We Get Married; Somewhere; Hey Good Lookin'; Just One Chance; You'll Never Walk Alone; Danny Boy; Cast Your Fate to the Wind; It Only Took a Minute; Long Tall Sally; Boys; You Still Want Me; Funny How Love Can Be; Tossing & Turning; She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man; Wild Thing; Little White House; Fool, Fool, Fool; Girl from New York City; Society Girl; Soldier Baby of Mine; S.O.S. (Heart in Distress); Because of My Heart; Heartaches Away My Boy; Got to Run; My Boy; White Christmas (3 O'Clock Weather Report); DISC 4: Angel of the Morning; Love of a Boy, The; This Can't Be True; World of Fantasy; Come Back; Am I a Loser (From the Start); Danger! She's a Stranger; Meet Me in Church; You've Been Untrue; Get a Hold of Yourself; He Don't Really Love You; Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven, The; Grass, The (Will Sing for You); I (Who Have Nothing); Beg, Borrow and Steal; 96 Tears; I Need Somebody; East Side Story; Can't Get Enough of You, Baby; Respect; Shake Your Tambourine; Let the Good Times Roll & Feel So Good; Heavy Music, Pt. 1; Lovey Dovey/You're So Fine; Sock It to Me Santa;
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Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing: 1962-1979 buy CD music The second volume of collected interviews and recordings by and with the arranger and producer Jack Nitzsche is an invaluable trawl through his considerable three-decade back catalog of projects. It unearths gems like Merry Clayton's (the female voice on the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter") version of "It's in His Kiss," and Nitzsche's own previously unreleased spy-movie type instrumental, "Surf Finger," as well as the Everly Brothers performing Neil Young's "Mr. Soul." Other rarities include the Monkees' recording of Fred Neil's "Porpoise Song," the Tubes' 1970s punk homage to Phil Spector's 1960s Wall of Sound "Don't Touch Me There," and Captain Beefheart lending his ineffable growl to the collection's title track, taken from the movie BLUE COLLAR.
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