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Chick Floyd - Hula-La flac album
  • Performer Chick Floyd
  • Title Hula-La
  • Date of release 1959
  • Country South Africa
  • Style Pacific, Easy Listening
  • Other formats TTA FLAC APE MIDI AU MP1 AIFF
  • Genre World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1548 mb
  • Size FLAC 1536 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 317

Chick Floyd ‎– Hula-La. Label: Liberty ‎– LST 7106. A4. Farewell My Tane. A5. There's Still A Lot Of Steam In Kilauea.

A1 Samoan Knife Dance. LST 7106 Chick Floyd Hula-La (LP) Liberty.

The La's is the only studio album by English rock band the La's, released on 1 October 1990 by Go! Discs. It included "There She Goes," the group's biggest hit, and "Timeless Melody".

Pulse (stylised as p·u·l·s·e) is a live album by the English rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on 29 May 1995 by EMI in the United Kingdom and on 6 June 1995 by Columbia in the United States. The album was recorded during the European leg of Pink Floyd's Division Bell Tour in 1994. The album is notable to include a complete live version of The Dark Side of the Moon. It also features "Astronomy Domine", a Syd Barrett song not performed since the early 1970s.

Pink Floyd were nothing if not masters of texture, and Meddle is one of their greatest excursions into little details, pointing the way to the measured brilliance of Dark Side of the Moon and the entire Roger Waters era. Here, David Gilmour exerts a slightly larger influence, at least based on lead vocals, but it's not all sweetness and light - even if its lilting rhythms are welcome, "San Tropez" feels out of place with the rest of Meddle

I didn't care for it much when I first heard it, preferring DSotM and Animals, but now I absolutely love the album. Still love Animals and DSotM as much, if not more now, but Meddle has risen above the other albums faster than any other album I've grown to love. Arguably the most personal album Roger wrote for the Floyd, certainly the most lyrically emotive and contains some of the best songs from their entire catalogue.

Pink Floyd were the perfect band for this time. Atom Heart Mother, their fifth album in a mere three years, opens with a six-part instrumental unlike anything else they had recorded up to that point. It ends with "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast," a supremely weird 13-minute instrumental largely written by Nick Mason. The band has spoken ill of this album over the years, finding it extremely dated, but it was their first Number One in England. It was the start of a very good decade. Animals is not exactly the album that EMI Records hoped Pink Floyd would make after Wish You Were Here. Most of the songs are over 10 minutes long, and there's nothing that even remotely resembles another "Wish You Were Here," "Money" or anything that would work on the radio. It also doesn't paint their audience (or humanity, for that matter) in a positive light, saying that we're all just pigs, dogs or sheep.

Pink Floyd Album Covers depict the best in Rock . However, Pink Floyd album cover designer Hipgnosis altered the concept of the Droste Effect (image inside an image that repeats infinitely) by rearranging the band members inside each repeated window.


A1 Samoan Knife Dance
A2 Hula-La
A3 O Makalapua
A4 Farewell My Tane
A5 There's Still A Lot Of Steam In Kilauea
A6 Pakarua
B1 Tahiti Les Tropiques
B2 Late At Night
B3 Nani Waimea
B4 Moon Of Manakoora
B5 Aloha I Love You

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STO 41 Chick Floyd* Hula-La ‎(LP) London Records STO 41 South Africa Unknown
LRP 3106 Chick Floyd* Hula-La ‎(LP, Mono) Liberty LRP 3106 US 1959