Singer: The Troubadours. Album: (I'm Not) Superstitious. The Troubadours - Some Day Some Where, Neopolitan Nights. Various - Fiction - Loog Sampler 2004. Dave Trance - Very Superstitious.
Vocals – Frank MunnWritten-By – Erno Rapee, Lew Pollack. B. Neopolitan Nights. Written-By – Harry D. Kerr, . Performer: The Troubadours. Album Title: Some Day Some Where, Neopolitan Nights. Category: Pop. Label: Victor – 21633 Type: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM Country: Canada Date of released: 1928 Category: Pop Style
Some Nights is the second studio album by American pop rock group Fun. It was released on February 21, 2012 through Fueled by Ramen, a subsidiary of major label Warner Music Group. It was recorded in 2011 and produced by Jeff Bhasker. After signing to a new label, the band began to work on Some Nights for over nine months throughout 2011. We Are Young" was released as the lead single from the album and bolstered the band to mainstream success with the aid of television and advertising
Earnest Earthy Plaintive Poignant Bittersweet Weary Yearning. Here are some of the performers and their signature songs on which the '60s folk revival were based. Pete Seeger's rendition of "Turn, Turn, Turn" and Tim Hardin's "Reason to Believe" remind the listener that contemporary performances have a vital history. Other strong cuts are "There but for Fortune;" Phil Ochs, "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," by Judy Collins.
Performer: The Troubadours; Frank Munn Writer: Lew Pollack; Erno Rapee. Waltz; Vocal refrain; Theme Song of the Motion Picture Production, "The Red Dance". Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated eliptical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 25., Rolloff: -. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames
Some of their music was unusual because they sang about real people, love stories, and heroes. Troubadours performed for the nobles at feasts and for everyone at tournaments and festivals. Troubadours often had other men along with them to help entertain with dances and stunts. These men were called jugglers. Since the troubadours' music was not religious it was not written down, so most of their music has been lost forever. But a couple of the songs they sang have made it through time, and were written down after being sung or told orally for hundreds of years. One of those is the epic poem, Beowulf. There were many stories and legends about Charlemagne and some of the knights who followed him. One of the most famous stories about Charlemagne and his Paladins was the Song of Roland. Roland was a Paladin who went to fight the Muslims.
The New Mystikal Troubadours (11 Albums, 69 Tracks). TAGGED AS: the new mystikal troubadours, the agrarians. Lounge Act. 01. To Shatter Some Innocence (03:22). 02. Our Truest Impulse, Leisure (04:12).
It's no longer news when they draw 5,000-plus at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, sell out three nights in a row at Gruene Hall or turn several hundred away at the Legendary Stubb's Bar-B-Q in Austin. Word has spread, though: Their shows in Chicago, St. Louis and elsewhere have pulled in more than 1,000 fans. But you’ll definitely notice it on their new album, The Turnpike Troubadours, to be released September 18th on their Bossier City imprint. Away from the intensities of their show, the music speaks more intimately. Details of their arrangements clarify.
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Vocals – Frank MunnWritten-By – Erno Rapee, Lew Pollack
Written-By – Harry D. Kerr, J.S. Zamecnik
- Manufactured By – Victor Talking Machine Co. Of Canada Limited
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