Category Archive: 1968

MANUFACTURERS OF SOUL – ALBUM

Manufacturers of Soul Studio album by Jackie Wilson and Count Basie Released June 1968 Recorded January 3 & 4, 1968 Los Angeles, CA Genre Soul jazz Label Brunswick BL-54134 Producer Nat Tarnopol and Teddy Reig Manufacturers of Soul is an album by soul music vocalist Jackie Wilson and jazz pianist and bandleader Count Basie featuring …

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THIS GUYS IN LOVE WITH YOU

This Guy’s in Love with You From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released April 1968 Format 7″ Genre Pop Length 3:55 Label A&M Songwriter(s) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Producer(s) Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss “This Guy’s in Love with You” is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and recorded by Herb Alpert. Although …

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REVOLUTION (song)

Revolution (Beatles song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Single by the Beatles A-side “Hey Jude” Released 26 August 1968 Format 45 rpm Recorded 9–13 July 1968 Genre Hard rock Length 3:21 Label Apple Songwriter(s) Lennon–McCartney Producer(s) George Martin “Revolution” is a song by the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Three versions …

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BEND ME SHAPE ME (album)

Bend Me, Shape Me (album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Studio album by The American Breed Released 1968 Recorded Universal Recording Corporation, Chicago, Illinois Genre Pop, rock Length 29:42 Label Acta Producer Bill Traut Bend Me, Shape Me is the second album from the 1960s jazz–rock group The American Breed, released in February 1968. The …

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GOING UP THE COUNTRY

Going Up the Country From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released November 22, 1968 Format 7-inch 45 rpm record Recorded August 6–7, 1968 Studio I.D. Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California Genre Blues rock Length 2:50 Label Liberty (no. 56077) Producer(s) Canned Heat, Skip Taylor “Going Up the Country” (also Goin’ Up the Country) is a song by …

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MRS. ROBINSON (song)

Mrs. Robinson From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Single by Simon & Garfunkel from the album Bookends B-side “Old Friends/Bookends” Released April 5, 1968 Format 7″ single Recorded February 2, 1968 Columbia Studio A (New York City) Genre Folk rock Length 4:02 Label Columbia Writer(s) Paul Simon Producer(s) Paul Simon Art Garfunkel Roy Halee “Mrs. Robinson” …

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MAYBE TOMORROW (song)

Maybe Tomorrow (The Iveys song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released 15 November 1968 Format 45 rpm Recorded 1968 Genre Baroque pop Length 2:51 Label Apple Writer(s) Tom Evans Producer(s) Tony Visconti “Maybe Tomorrow” is a song composed and sung by guitarist Tom Evans of The Iveys, which was released as the group’s first worldwide …

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THE IVEYS

Maybe Tomorrow (The Iveys album) 1968 1969 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Recorded 1968-69 Studio Trident, Olympic and Morgan Studios (London, England) Genre Psychedelic pop Length 45:14 Label Apple Producer Tony Visconti Mal Evans Maybe Tomorrow was the only album released by Badfinger under the name The Iveys. It was issued in 1969 on the …

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LOVE IS BLUE (song)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “L’amour est bleu” (English title: “Love Is Blue”) “L’amour est bleu” (English title: “Love Is Blue”) is a song whose music was composed by André Popp, and whose lyrics were written by Pierre Cour, in 1967. Brian Blackburn later wrote English-language lyrics for it. First performed in French by Greek …

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CLASSICAL GAS (song)

Classical Gas From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released 1968 Format 7″ Genre Easy listening, classical, Baroque pop Length 3:00 Label Warner Bros. Writer(s) Mason Williams Producer(s) Mike Post “Classical Gas” is an instrumental musical piece composed and originally performed by Mason Williams with instrumental backing by members of the Wrecking Crew. Originally released in 1968 …

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