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The Tornados - The Ice Cream Man / The Breeze And I album flac

Performer: The Tornados
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Title: The Ice Cream Man / The Breeze And I
Released: 1963
Style: Experimental, Beat, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1577 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1874 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1468 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 326

Watch the video for The Ice Cream Man from The Tornados's The Tornados Play Telstar And Other Great Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Tornados Play Telstar And Other Great Hits. 28 more albums featuring this track. The Breeze and I. The Shadows.

About The Ice Cream Man. The fifth Tornados single, like its predecessors written by producer Joe Meek, was their third consecutive top 40 hit in the UK, and their penultimate charting record. The song’s chimes evoke the similar sound of an ice cream truck’s song, lending the single its name. Apart from this jingling melody, which comes in and out of the song, the main tune is, like that of the other Tornados songs, played on Joe Meek’s electronic instruments

The Tornados made a scopitone film (an early form of music video) for "Telstar" and another for their chart hit "Robot" featuring members of the group walking around a woodland dressed in appropriate headgear with their guitars, flirting with various young women and being finally arrested by policemen after lighting a campfire. Panda Bear sampled two Tornados songs on his album Person Pitch. Do You Come Here Often?". The B-side of the final single that the group released, in 1966, "Do You Come Here Often?", is considered to be the first openly "gay" pop record release by a UK major label. It started off as a standard organ-inspired instrumental, but Joe Meek decided that the organ playing was a little too jazzy for the style of the group. The Ice Cream Man" (Meek), "Scales of Justice (Theme)" (Douglas) (Decca F11662, 1963) - UK Number 21.

Ice Cream Man is the fifth studio album by New Orleans rapper Master P. It was set to be released in the summer of '95 after he signed a deal with Priority. He released it in the spring of '96. It was released on April 16, 1996. Ice Cream Man was placed at No. 6 on the Billboard's R&B Albums and No. 26 on the Billboard 200. It was Master P's and No Limit Records’ first ever RIAA platinum certified album. The track "The Ghetto Won't Change" was not included on the 2005 re-issue.

The Ice Cream Man" (Meek), "Scales of Justice (Theme)" (Douglas) (Decca F11662, 1963) - UK Number 21. "Dragonfly" (Gary Asquith; Barry Gray; Brijitte West), "Hymn For Teenagers" (Meek; Lawrence) (Decca F11745, 1963) - UK Number 41. "Joystick" (Lawrence), "Hot Pot" (Meek) (Decca F11838, 1964). That year Meek conceived and produced an Outer Space Music Fantasy an Album I Hear A New World with a band called Rod Freeman & the Blue Men, the album was shelved for decades, apart from the release of some EP tracks taken from it. Meek went on to set up his own company known as RGM Sound Ltd with toy importer.

A. The Ice Cream Man. Written-By – Meek. B. Theme From "The Scales Of Justice". Written-By – Douglas.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Ice Cream Man (From The Film "Farewell Performance")
Written-By – Joe Meek
B The Breeze And I 2:13

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