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Um, Um, Um, Um - Various - Mod Go The Sixties (CD)

06.08.2019 Doushakar Classic Rock8 comments

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  1. All genres of “mod” related music are represented in this amazing collection; the early roots of mod jazz, the beat groups/artists of the s, ska, northern soul, Motown plus the key bands from the ska and mod /5(30).
  2. During the early '60s, legions of teenagers in Great Britain began dressing in stylish, neo-Italian fashions and listening to American R&B, particularly Motown. Soon, these teens were dubbed mods. The original mod bands were all R&B cover bands, but soon they began writing their own material that was generally in the vein of their influences.
  3. Jun 01,  · Song Pinball Wizard; Artist The Who; Writers Pete Townshend; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Universal Projets Speciaux SAS); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, CMRRA.
  4. MAJOR LANCE Um Um Um Um Um Um Sweet Music on Okeh Soul 45 With Picture Sleeve. $ 20 Flashback Greats of the Sixties Various 12" Vinyl LP NE FREE UK P&P. $ 4/10/87): “A new five-album Rhino series, "Soul Shots: A Collection of Sixties Soul Classics," moves well past the Motown and Memphis standards to document the End date: Jun 27,
  5. The Mod/Rocker disturbances soon faded as other styles came into youth culture prominence, but they set a pattern of tribal violence that would continue on and off throughout the rest of the s.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mod Go The Sixties on Discogs. Label: The Westminster Recording Co. - WES • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Vocal, Instrumental, Mod Various ‎– Mod Go The Sixties Um, Um, Um: .
  7. In fact, this track, 3-CD set includes no less than 16 CD debuts and dozens of genuinely rare tracks - 45 in true stereo. That's over three hours of music! The research team at Complete 60s combed the vaults for the best possible sources for these wordless wonders, making sure to locate the original hit versions in true stereo whenever possible/5(40).
  8. Early '64 is here with Diane Renay's sailor songs (both of them, too) courtesy of Bob Crewe and Eddie Rambeau, and Terry Stafford's not so coincidentally Elvis-sound on Suspicion. Major Lance hit with a mellow song by Curtis Mayfield with the odd title," Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um".

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