Petticoat and vine - riding a carousel.
Label Category Country Year. 6006 051 Petticoat & Vine Riding A Carousel (7", Single) Philips 6006 051 UK. 1971. 32790 Petticoat & Vine Riding A Carousel (7", Single) Decca 32790 US. 32790 Petticoat & Vine Riding A Carousel (7", Promo) Decca 32790 US.
Singer: Petticoat & Vine. Album's title: Riding A Carousel. Genre: Rock, Pop. Label: Philips – 6006 051 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo Country: UK Date of released: 1971 Category: Rock, Pop Style: Psychedelic Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock. Petticoat & Vine - Riding A Carousel MP3 version.
1957 petticoat slips and skirts. 100 years earlier women used layers of cotton, horse hair and rope lined hoop skirts and petticoats to create volume. In the 1950s, they did the same. Netting was a newer invention that was lighter and airy, requiring less petticoats, but it was also itchy and very prone to flattening out with wear. Net needed to be stiff, and so women’s popular magazines dished out plenty of advice on how to keep them stiff. Starching crinolines with liquid and or spray starch was one technique. Pressing while damp was another
A petticoat or underskirt is an article of clothing, a type of undergarment worn under a skirt or a dress. Its precise meaning varies over centuries and between countries. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, in current British English, a petticoat is "a light loose undergarment. hanging from the shoulders or waist". In modern American usage, "petticoat" refers only to a garment hanging from the waist, a half slip.
Carousel Lyrics: Round and around like a horse on a carousel, We go, will I catch up to love? I can never tell, I know chasing after you is like a fairytale, But I feel like I'm glued on tight. Why did you steal my cotton candy heart? You threw it in this damn coin slot And now I'm stuck, I'm stuck Riding, riding, riding. Round and around like a horse on a carousel We go, will I catch up to love? I can never tell I know chasing after you is like a fairytale But I feel like I'm glued on tight to this carousel.
|A||Riding A Carousel||2:42|
|B||Now You Can Fly||2:38|
- Directed By [Musical Direction] – Brian Rogers
- Producer – Harold Franz
- Written-By – Norman Smeddles
NotesPromotion Copy - Not For Sale
|6006 051||Petticoat & Vine*||Riding A Carousel (7", Single)||Philips||6006 051||UK||1971|
|32790||Petticoat & Vine*||Riding A Carousel (7", Single)||Decca||32790||US||1971|
|6006 051||Petticoat & Vine*||Riding A Carousel (7", Promo)||Philips||6006 051||UK||1971|