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8 thoughts on “ Raindrops - Various - Those Were The Days - Smash Hits By The Origional Stars (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jackpot 32 Smash Hits By The Original Artists on Discogs. Label: Jackpot (5) - MFA • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Scandinavia • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Those Were The Days: D4.
  2. 20th Century Rocks, Vol. 8: '60s Pop - Those Were the Days: Performer, Primary Artist: 70's Rock [Madacy ] Performer, Primary Artist: 80's Country Number 1 Men: Performer, Composer, Primary Artist:
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Those Were The Days - Smash Hits By The Original Stars on Discogs.
  4. The Raindrops Laura Greenwich, Ellie Greenwich, and Jeff Barry. The Raindrops existed for one reason only. That was to sing songs written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, successful songwriters from Leiber-Stollers Trio Music in the Brill mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfo Raindrops are, on one level, little more than a footnote in the much broader musical careers of Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry.
  5. Here are 21 Apple hits and cult classics, with Beatles writing, performing and producing all over the place! Badfinger’s smash Day After Day and Billy Preston’s gospel version of My Sweet Lord join Carolina in My Mind James Taylor; Those Were the Days Mary Hopkin (an immense UK smash); Try Some Buy Some Ronnie Spector; The Hot Chocolate Band’s spin on Give Peace a Chance; Ain’t That.
  6. This Apple artist, who scored a smash with "Those Were the Days," opted to stay out of the public eye in later years. These previously unavailable –80 tracks feature Danny Thompson and Ralph McTell and include songs penned by this intoxicating folk-pop songstress: "With or Without You," "Hope Is," "No Love Is Sorrow," "There I Find You," "On Mother Earth" and more!
  7. Come and Get It: The Best Of Apple Records is the first commercially issued multi-artist compilation in the label’s history. This track compilation of singles ranges from the folk-rooted tunes of Mary Hopkin and James Taylor, and the energetic rock of Badfinger (also The Iveys) and Jackie Lomax, to the deep soul of Doris Troy and Billy Preston/5(69).

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