http://www.squidoo.com/numberonesongsof1962videoshowcase Their number one song from 1962. This song was number one for two weeks. http://www.youtube.com/user/numberonesongs222 http://www.youtube.com/user/numberonesongs333 http://www.youtube.com/user/numberonesongs4444 http://www.youtube.com/user/numberonesongs555
Jay & The Americans Perform "Cara Mia" On Shindig In 1965
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL UPLOAD !!!!! so far the audio has been lifted and used on 2 other peoples channel :-/ NOTE the video footage isnt then he kissed me But as no footage of the girls sing that is avalible, the footage used is just to represent the girls instead of a black screen. Using the original recording edited and dubbed into a backing track, to create a new stereo version of the classic spector recording
Caltech 7-22-17 Pasadena, CA Rachael Worby Curates and Conducts the MUSE/IQUE Orchestra
"Needles and Pins" is a song written by Jack Nitzsche and Sonny Bono. In his autobiography, Bono states that he sang along with Nitzsche's guitar-playing, thus creating both the tune and the lyrics, being guided by the chord progressions. The song was originally recorded by Jackie DeShannon. Other hit versions of the song were recorded by The Searchers, Cher, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Stevie Nicks, Willie DeVille, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Smokie, the Turtles, Ultima Thule and Ramones. It was a number 1 hit in France when recorded in French by Petula Clark entitled 'La Nuit N'en finit Plus' The Searchers heard British performer Cliff Bennett perform "Needles and Pins" at a club in Hamburg, Germany, and instantly wanted it to be their next single. The Pye Records single was released in January 1964. It was number one in the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa and peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the United States. Soon after, in April 1964, "Needles and Pins" appeared on the Searchers' next album, It's the Searchers. Audible during the Searchers' recording of "Needles and Pins" is a faulty bass drum pedal, which squeaks throughout the song. It is particularly noticeable during the opening of the number. Part of The Searchers' version can be heard as the intro of the song "Use the Man" from Megadeth's Cryptic Writings album, although it does not appear on the remastered version.
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A music video compilation for the September 1963 hit Be My Baby performed by the Ronettes. The video is compiled from 5 live and pre-recorded shows that aired over various networks between 1963 and 1966, including some promotional photographs and tour posters from the same time period. The drum solos in the in the beginning and end of the song have also been extended to compliment this video. Due to the lesser quality of archival footage this is best viewed at 480p. If you like this compilation please check out the Relix Worx Redux of 1965's "You Baby" by the Ronettes at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KcJ7F4Guv0 Also a new Relix Worx video compilation of the 1964 Martha and the Vandellas hit, Dancing in the Street: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuCBXTfoVq8 Plus an early Relix Worx slideshow of Bad Company's 1974 hit...Bad Company: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZaUnoLkJBA Compiled and edited by Relix Worx per request. The audio track used in this video is a stereo remix done by Monotostereoking, you can find this song as well as many other great mono-to-stereo remixes at: http://www.youtube.com/user/Monotostereoking Fair Use implied.
This song by "The Teddy bears" was released in 1958 and on the ERA Dore label,and the band members were Phil Spector, Marshall Leib, Annette Kleinbard, and one i have only just found out about "Sandy Nelson" on the drums.