Various – Die Spitzenreiter 1964. Label: Polydor – 237 316. Series: Spitzenreiter –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo. In dieser Serie erscheinen die Spitzenschlager der Jahre 1949-1964. Rights Society: GEMA BIEM.
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Pickett’s third album chronicles that journey, playing like a battle between the Stax house band and the FAME crew. The edge may go to the Alabamans, mostly for Roger Hawkins’ relentless drums on Land of 1,000 Dances, but as a whole The Exciting Wilson Pickett helped distinguish Southern soul as grittier, rawer, and more immediate than its northern and Midwestern counterparts. The album established Pickett as a major star, a compelling bandleader who could mold these dynamic groups into his own vision. Listen: Wilson Pickett: You’re So Fine.
One of the first Beatles LPs pressed up for export outside of the UK, and it went mostly to Sweden. This English version of Something New has the same track list as the American version. But the song Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand (I Want To Hold Your Hand) officially published in England on the album Rarities, in 1978. 1. First pressing, end of 1964. Black & Yellow Parlophone label with The Parlophone Co. Ltd. perimeter print.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a soundtrack album to the 1964 Rankin/Bass television special of the same name. The original cast recordings from the TV special (side "A" of the original LP release) are supplemented with instrumental versions recorded by the Decca Concert Orchestra (on side "B"). All songs used in the television special were written by Johnny Marks. The Rankin/Bass animagic film Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer first appeared on December 6, 1964. Since then, it has become the longest-running of all holiday TV specials (with, we hope, no end in sight).
|A1||–Freddy*||Gib Mir Dein Wort|
|A2||–Heidi Bachert||My Boy Lollipop|
|A3||–Peter Alexander||Was Frauen Träumen|
|A4||–Tilly||Liebeskummer Lohnt Sich Nicht|
|A5||–Conny Peters||Sag' No Zu Ihm|
|A6||–Jim Robson||Oh My Darling, Caroline|
|A7||–Marika Kilius||Wenn Die Cowboys Träumen|
|A8||–Bernd Spier||Das Kannst Du Mir Nicht Verbieten|
|B2||–Sacha Distel||Der Platz Neben Mir|
|B3||–Juliane Braun||Schwimmen Lernt Man Im See|
|B4||–Hans-Jürgen Bäumler||Wunderschönes Fremdes Mädchen|
|B5||–The Beatles||Ain't She Sweet|
|B6||–Martin Lauer||Sein Bestes Pferd|
|B7||–Brenda Lee||Wiedersehn Ist Wunderschön|
|B8||–Siggy Klein||Shake Hands|
- Record Company – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
NotesIn dieser Serie erscheinen die Spitzenschlager der Jahre 1949-1964
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- Rights Society: GEMA BIEM
- Other (Polydor Product Code): SLPHM
|47 016||Various||Die Spitzenreiter 1964 (LP, Comp, Mono)||Polydor||47 016||Germany||1964|