Bryan Smith , Monty Pearce, Roy Hudd - The Greatest Hits Of Flanagan And Allen mp3 album
|Genre:||Stage & Screen|
|Title:||The Greatest Hits Of Flanagan And Allen|
|MP3 album size:||1796 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1706 mb|
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The wonderful Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen sing their signature song "Underneath The Arches".
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All-Time Greatest Hits is a 2-LP compilation album by Roy Orbison released in 1972, featuring the original Monument Records recordings. The album was re-released on compact disc by CBS Records in 1989. The album was given a high-quality digital remastering from the original analog master tapes by Steve Hoffman for DCC Compact Classics, Inc. in 1997, catalog number GZS-1118.
Labels: Manufactured by CBS Records Holland for Monument Record Corporation ⓟ 1974 Monument Record Corp. Back cover: ⓟ 1974 Monument Record Corp. Interpak II by Shorewood Packaging Printed in Holland. The selections are BMI except D1 - ASCAP Published by: Acuff-Rose Music Ltd. - A1 to B4, C1 to C5, D2 to D5 A. Schroeder Music Pub. Co. Ltd. - B5 Carlin Music Corp. Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): AL 65159.
Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits is a Roy Orbison record album from Monument Records recorded at the RCA Studio B in Nashville and released in 1962. Between the hit songs were also "Love Star" and "Evergreen" which were released here for the first time. Dream Baby" had recently been a No. 4 hit in the United States and No. 2 in England. According to the official Roy Orbison discography by Marcel Riesco, this was Orbison's third album on the Monument label, and his first greatest hits compilation
Flanagan And Allen Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Flanagan And Allen Lyrics.
Flanagan and Allen were a British singing and comedy double act popular during World War II. Its members were Bud Flanagan (1896–1968) and Chesney Allen (1894–1982). They were first paired in a Florrie Forde revue, and were booked by Val Parnell to appear at the Holborn Empire in 1929. As music hall comedians, they would often feature a mixture of comedy and music in their act; this led to a successful recording career as a duo and roles in film and television.
The Very Best Of (Remastered). Flanagan and Allen also appeared at the Palladium in their first Royal Variety Performance in 1932. Flanagans impulsive appeal for three cheers for their majesties King George V and Queen Mary at the end of the show, marked the beginning of his long reign as an affectionately regarded court jester. Also on the bill that year were the comic duo, Nervo And Knox, and that pairs subsequent appearances with Flanagan And Allen, Eddie Gray, Caryll And Mundy, and Naughton And Gold in the Palladiums Crazy Month revues, saw the birth of the legendary Crazy Gang. He also took part in the cast recording of Underneath The Arches, a celebration of Flanagan And Allen, starring Roy Hudd (as Flanagan) and Christopher Timothy (as Allen), which played at Londons Prince of Wales Theatre in 1982.
Greatest Hits (Guns N' Roses album). Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the American hard rock band Guns N' Roses, released on March 23, 2004. Released by Geffen Records in part because of the delay in the making of Chinese Democracy, the album was subject to lawsuits by band member Axl Rose and former band members, in an attempt to block its release due to its track listing.
|A1||We're Going To Hang Out The Washing On The Siegfried Line / Run Rabbit Run|
|A3||Home Is Where Your Heart Is|
|A4||Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner / Hometown|
|A5||On The Other Side Of Town|
|B1||Down Every Street / Friendly Street|
|B2||They're Building Flats Where The Arches Used To Be|
|B3||Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler?|
|B4||If A Grey Haired Lady Says "How's Your Father?"|
|B5||I'm Gonna Get Lit Up|
|B6||Strollin' Underneath The Arches|
- Engineer – Doug Bennett, Nigel Brooke-Harte
- Photography – Ted Simkins
- Producer – Harry Roberts