Telstar - Various - Remembering The Sixties: 1962

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Label: Readers Digest - RDCD5211-3 • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen • Style: Pop Rock, Ballad, Contemporary Jazz, Easy Listening, Rock & Roll, Skiffle, Vocal, Country, Theme
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  1. Goltirisar | 04.11.2019 at 18:27 | Reply
    Jul 11,  · In the group consisted of Clem Cattini on drums, who had already recorded several number 1s and would go on to perform more than anyone else, George Bellamy on rhythm guitar (father of Muse frontman Matt Bellamy, and very possibly an influence on that band), bassist Heinz Burt, lead guitarist Alan Caddy and Norman Hale on keyboards.
  2. I Remember You - Greatest Hits Of – Elvis Presley: Can't Help Falling In Love: – The Tokens: The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh) – Little Eva: The Loco-Motion: – Bruce Channel: Hey Baby.
  3. Yozshujin | 29.10.2019 at 09:30 | Reply
    Twenty-three artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in The Shadows secured the record for most top 10 hits in with six hit singles, four of which were with Cliff Richard. Frank Ifield was one of a number of artists with two top-ten entries, including the number-one single "I Remember You".
  4. Mashicage | 01.11.2019 at 11:14 | Reply
    Telstar was launched by NASA on July 10, , from Cape Canaveral, Fla., and was the first privately sponsored space-faring mission. Two days later, it relayed the world's first transatlantic.
  5. Aug 20,  · Fifty years ago—July 10, —that dream became a reality in a big way with the successful launch and activation of Telstar I and people from all nations of the earth taking notice as the United States, France and England exchanged television programs in real time for the first time.
  6. Mooguzahn | 01.11.2019 at 05:49 | Reply
    Album: Telstar () An instrumental with space sound effects, this is about the Telstar communications satellite, which was launched shortly before this song was written.
  7. REMEMBERING THE SIXTIES - - 3 CD BOX SET - READERS DIGEST CD1 1. Elvis Presley - Can't Help Falling In Love 2. The Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight 3. Little Eva - The Loco-motion 4. Bruce Channel - Hey Baby 5. The Tornados - Telstar 6. Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss 7. Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love 8. The Shadows - Wonderful Land 9.
  8. Zoloshakar | 02.11.2019 at 04:49 | Reply
    Mar 14,  · Now, in the wake of the first two volumes - comes Complete Pop Instrumental Hits of the Sixties Vol. 3 which chronicles perhaps the biggest year ever for instrumentals. In fact, more than 13% of all Top records in were instrumentals, and many were big hits. It was a magic, innocent time/5(36).
  9. Opening with the sound of a rocket lifting off (the title refers to the first telecommunications satellite, which had been launched earlier in ), the song builds to a gallop on Clem Cattini's drums before bursting into the naggingly persistent melody, which Meek himself plays on an early battery-powered electronic instrument called a Clavioline, echoed by the reverb-heavy twang guitars of Alan Caddy and George Bellamy.
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