Touch Me Touch Me - Various - British Invasion (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Touch Me Touch Me - Various - British Invasion (CD)

  1. Mikakinos
    The baroque/pop feel to the track seems to transport the listener back in time. With a beautiful arrangement that makes the song feel like it would have come out of the British Invasion and the strings that accompany the music, “Let’s Sweep Together” gives the listener the indication that they’re in for an interesting musical experience.
  2. Juzshura
    Jan 27,  · Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His Orchestra. If you're interested in more music from the the 20's and 30's, take a look at my profile.
  3. Fenrigrel
    Whether or not all of the artists and songs represented on this CD boxed set of oldies spanning the s into the '80s were actually featured on American Bandstand is never made clear, but the implication is that, more so than any other TV program, AB was where the music went to be heard first during the show's long run.
  4. Mikarg
    1) One Thing Leads to Another - the Fixx 2) Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) - Eurythmics 3) Hungry Like the Wolf - Duran Duran 4) Eyes Without a Face - Billy Idol.
  5. Kigami
    Jun 19,  · Edit for headphones. I changed the stereo layout, and gave the song an extra. Recorded on May 5, The Hollies first no 1 hit in the UK. It was written for them by the US songwriter Clint.
  6. Nikogul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of British Invasion on Discogs. Label: USM - ,BR Music - • Format: 10x, CD Compilation DVD DVD-Video Stereo, VideoformatBox Set Stereo, Mono • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Brit Pop/5(4).
  7. Turr
    Ace's installment of their ongoing series The London American Label, Year by Year captures a year where pop music was exploding on both sides of the Atlantic. These 27 tracks, all licensed from the U.S. by London for distribution in the U.K., capture the vibrancy of that year, but by no means touch upon all the kinetic teen beats of Price: $
  8. Kazrarr
    "St. Pete’s Ricky Wilcox is an accomplished pop-rock singer- songwriter whose unusual credits include a featured song on the ABC soap All My Children and a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo in The Punisher movie. On new disc Last Day On Planet Earth, Wilcox and his band of Moonsnakes play Midwestern power-pop, soul, country and early ‘80’s British pub rock tunes with effortless harmonies.

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