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The New Wine Singers - The New Wave Album

The New Wine Singers - The New Wave Album
The New Wave
The New Wine Singers
MP3 album size:
2839 mb
FLAC album size:
1528 mb
Village Gate Records


1Turn, Turn, Turn
2The Last Thing On My Mind
3Rambling Boy
4Who Killed Davy Moore?
5Power And Glory
6One Man's Hands
7Tambourine Man
8Going Home
9She's My Everlovin' Machine
10San Joaquin
11Bound For Zion
12Hey, Nelly Nelly


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2003MThe New Wine Singers The New Wave ‎(LP, Mono, Promo, W/Lbl)Village Gate Records 2003MUSUnknown
SL 10131The New Wine Singers The New Wave ‎(LP, Album, Mono)StatesideSL 10131UK1965
2003SThe New Wine Singers The New Wave ‎(LP, Album)Village Gate Records2003SUS1965
2003SThe New Wine Singers The New Wave ‎(LP, Album)Village Gate Records 2003SUS1965


  • Acoustic Guitar, VocalsArn Lanza
  • Banjo, VocalsBill Malloy
  • Directed By [Musical Direction], Arranged ByWalter Raim
  • EngineerCharles Leigh
  • Performer, VocalsBob Connelly
  • Photography By [Cover], DesignStan Phillips
  • Piano, Guitar, Banjo, TromboneMalcolm Hale
  • ProducerBurt D'Lugoff, Robert Nemiroff
  • VocalsElaine McFarlane


The Songs Of:


"A new wave of song is sweeping America . . .
and it has never been performed."
- Odetta

Distributed by Sherman Sales
1226 Broadway, New York 19, N.Y.

Produced for Avital Productions, Inc.


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