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Dick Todd With The Velvet-Tone Orch. - The Egg And I / Oh! My Achin' Heart flac album

Dick Todd With The Velvet-Tone Orch. - The Egg And I / Oh! My Achin' Heart flac album
  • Performer Dick Todd
  • Title The Egg And I / Oh! My Achin' Heart
  • Date of release 1947
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  • Genre Jazz / Pop / Stage & Screen
  • Size MP3 1448 mb
  • Size FLAC 1425 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
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A: From The Universal - International Picture "The Egg And I" Recorded January 1947. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): S. R. 2005-1. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): S. 2006-2.

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Now billed as the Velvet Underground with Nico, Warhol incorporated the band into a series of multimedia performances dubbed the Exploding Plastic Inevitable: a marriage of underground music, film, dance and lights. Bright and breezy, with Reed’s androgynous tone replacing Nico’s planned lead, the song’s introductory bass slide is an intentional nod to the Mamas and the Papas’ Monday, Monday, which topped the charts when it was first recorded in April 1966. There She Goes Again also draws from the Top 40 well, borrowing a guitar part from one of Motown’s finest. The album thus vanished form the charts almost immediately in June, just when it was about to enter the Top 100.

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Mabel E Todd - The thinking body. Mabel E Todd - The thinking body.

Oh gawd, it's absolutely maudlin outside. Ach, I know what you mean, I feel all icky!" Marsha tightened the belt on her cotton robe with the silk outer edge. Sheila ran her finger over some salt grains on the kitchen table, licked her finger and made a face "I'm supposed to be taking these salt pills, but," she wrinkled her nose, "they make me feel like throwing u. Marsha started to pat herself under the chin, an exercise she'd seen on television "God, don't even talk about that. His skin felt prickly from the heat, and he could feel his heart beating in his throat. Sheila stood quite upright and walked around to the other side of the package.

Inspired by nature, mom of three,, sharing a love for knit & crochet one design at a time, warm wishes.

Lyrics for Blue Orchids by Dick Todd  .

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Egg And I
Written-By – Jolson*, Kalmar*, Akst*, Ruby*
B Oh! My Achin' Heart
Written-By – James*, Palmer*, Little*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Sonora Radio & Television Corporation

Credits

  • Directed By [Under the DIrection Of] – D'Artega*
  • Vocals – Dick Todd

Notes

A: From The Universal - International Picture "The Egg And I"
Recorded January 1947.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): S. R. 2005-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): S. R. 2006-2