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Johnny Wyatt - This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern Album

Johnny Wyatt - This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern Album
Title:
This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern
Performer:
Johnny Wyatt
Style:
Soul
Released:
1968
Catalog:
PT 109
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2567 mb
FLAC album size:
2456 mb
Genre:
Label:
President Records

Tracklist


1To Whom It May Concern
2This Thing Called Love


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2052Johnny Wyatt This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern ‎(7")Bronco Records 2052US1967
PT 109Johnny Wyatt This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern ‎(7", Hor)President RecordsPT 109UK1968
SC 156J. Wyatt This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern ‎(7", Promo)Soul City SC 156UKUnknown
PT 102Johnny Wyatt This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern ‎(7")President RecordsPT 102Italy1967
YF 278 200J. Wyatt This Thing Called Love / To Whom It May Concern ‎(7", Mono)FontanaYF 278 200Netherlands1966


Credits


  • Written-ByR. Goree
  • Written-By, Arranged ByB. White


Notes


A U.S. Bronco Record Hollywood California.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): PRL 4 + A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): PRL 4 + B
  • Label Code (A Side Label): (1016 x)
  • Label Code (B Side Label): (1017 x)


Companies


  • Published By – Ed. Kassner Music


Album


To Whom It May Concern. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Love this track. Set track as current obsession. Get track. Johnny Wyatt. 1,391 listeners. This thing called love. 1966 - Продолжительность: 2:13 gaynormartin 2 804. To Whom It May Concern is a 1959 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. To Whom It May Concern Nat King Cole, Charlotte Hawkins 2:58. Love-Wise Kenward Elmslie, Marvin Fisher 3:56. Too Much Bill Baker, Dok Stanford 3:20. In the Heart of Jane Doe James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock 3:02. A Thousand Thoughts of You Sammy Gallop, Ulpio Minucci 2:58. You're Bringing Out the Dreamer in Me Johnny Burke 3:09. My Heart's Treasure Ray Rasch, Dotty Wayne 2:56. It blew up and became rap And you hated it Thats of course till you see A motherfucker that, could be in your family Drop lyrics then you hear it With glee, then only thing it tells me Is that you know a good thing When you see it You run to get a tan Cause you cannot be it So, off. the top off my head I guess I keep it rollin Till aaaaaaah the rap gets stolen Like so many other things called theft And when its gone what will be left YOU sucker, dumb fucker dont turn blue You know what Talkin' to you You know what Chump You know what . The song in question is To Whom It May Concern by the Russian band The Grand Astoria, whos sound is a compelling mixture of Stoner Rock, Psychedelic, Prog and Metal. As it stands both individual non-album entities are entertaining on their own as shorter mini-releases that still seem even better than almost all of the first three albums since the band always seem to get better and better - . The Grand Astoria start the 12 off with an LP side long track called To Whom it may Concern. It has fantastic lyrics and they have a very unique sound and are a big band, featuring 10 people. For this album, Cole had the idea of putting together a set of newly written songs in the classic style, with typically sympathetic arrangements by Nelson Riddle. Personally, I hear the magic in all these selections, Cole wrote in the liner notes. It will be interesting to see whether I'm right. The magic listeners hear today is in Cole's voice, not in the songs, all of which are as forgotten as most of the songwriters. Kenward Elmslie. Nat King Cole. Adrian Mitchell first read this poem, his best-known, called To Whom It May Concern also known as Tell Me Lies, to thousands of anti-Vietnam war protesters who gathered in Londons Trafalgar Square on the afternoon of Easter Monday 1964. As Mitchell delivered his lines from the pavement in front of the National Gallery, angry demonstrators in the square scuffled with police. The title, To Whom it May Concern, is ironic. It concerns those in power, war-mongers, the political hawks that perpetrate war, but most of all it concerns ourselves


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