Billy Strange - The One And Only album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: The One And Only
FLAC version ZIP size: 1547 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1438 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1845 mb
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The One and Only" is a song written by Nik Kershaw, and recorded by the British singer Chesney Hawkes. Produced by Kershaw and Alan Shacklock, Hawkes's recording was featured in the 1991 film Buddy's Song which starred Hawkes as the eponymous Buddy and Roger Daltrey (of rock band The Who) as his father. The film performed moderately well at the UK box office, but the song was a hit in that country's music charts, spending five weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart in March and April 1991.
The James Bond Theme/Walk, Don't Run '64. Billy Strange. 6 more albums featuring this track. Billy Strange was born in Long Beach, California on September 29, 1930. Strange teamed up with Mac Davis to write several hit songs for Elvis Presley including "A Little Less Conversation", the theme from Charro!, and "Memories". William Everett "Billy" Strange (September 29, 1930 – February 22, 2012) was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor.
Album · 2017 · 11 Songs. It Ain't a Juke Joint Without the Blues. 2. Lifestyles of the Poor and Unknown. 3. Something Strange. 4. This Time I'm Gone for Good.
Billy Joel teamed with Phil Ramone, a famed engineer who had just scored his first producing hits with Art Garfunkel's Breakaway and Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years for The Stranger, his follow-up to Turnstiles. Joel still favored big, sweeping melodies, but Ramone convinced him to streamline his arrangements and clean up the production. The results aren't necessarily revelatory, since he covered so much ground on Turnstiles, but the commercialism of The Stranger is a bit of a surprise.
Billy Strange's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates 10. Bio & Contact. Top 8. Top Tracks, View All. 007 Theme. The James Bond Theme/Walk, Don't Run '64.
The Stranger is the fifth studio album by American singer Billy Joel, released in September 1977 by Columbia Records. It was the first of Joel's albums to be produced by Phil Ramone, with whom he would go on to work for all of his albums up until his 1986 album The Bridge. The Stranger was released a year following Joel's previous studio effort, Turnstiles, which had sold modestly and peaked low on the US charts, prompting Columbia to consider dropping Joel if his next release did not sell well.
|A1||Don't Think Twice It's Alright|
|A5||If I Were Free|
|B4||Stranger In Your Town|
|B5||Doesn't Anybody Know My Name|
|ONA 5002||Billy Strange||The One And Only (LP, Comp)||Onacrest Records||ONA 5002||US||Unknown|