Twistin’ The Hits is a 1961 album from Aki Aleong and His Licorice Twisters. It is one time album under that name and was released on Reprise Records.
Mythical Kings And Iguanas is the second solo LP by Dory Previn, released in early 1971. Following her successful debut as a confessional singer-songwriter the previous year, it concentrated on the quest for spiritual fulfilment and a loving relationship.
Annie Has A Party is a single by The Kelly Four, released in 1960, on the B-side is a song called So Fine, Be Mine. The Kelly Four was the backup band from Eddie Cochran. They only released a few singles. Musicians Bass David Shriver Drums Gene Riggio Guitar Mike Deasy Guitar Eddie Cochran Sax […]
Scissors Cut is the fifth solo studio album by Art Garfunkel released in August 1981 on Columbia Records. It was his second album to miss the US Billboard Top 40 (charting at 113) and his second album containing one US Top 40 single. The month following its release, Garfunkel would reunite with former partner, Paul […]
The Partridge Family Album is the first of eight studio albums by The Partridge Family. The LP was released in October 1970, a month after the debut of the ABC-TV musical sitcom The Partridge Family starring Shirley Jones and featuring David Cassidy, both of whom feature on the album, as do studio backing vocalists and […]
Tap Root Manuscript is the sixth studio album recorded by Neil Diamond, released in October 1970. It was one of the most experimental albums he ever recorded, featuring rock music fused with prominent African sounds and instruments. The album was a commercial success, going Gold in three months, eventually certified Platinum by the RIAA. The […]
Sammy Johns is the first studio album by singer and songwriter Sammy Johns. The album featured Johns’ most successful single, “Chevy Van,” which did not become a hit until two years after this album’s release. Tracks 1 Early Morning Love (Sammy Johns) 02:46 2 Chevy Van (Sammy Johns) 02:57 3 Jenny (Sherman Hayes) 02:47 4 […]
“Chevy Van” is a 1973 song, written and sung by Sammy Johns with instrumental backing provided by Los Angeles-based session musicians from the Wrecking Crew. It was a hit single in the United States and Canada in 1975, reaching #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and becoming a million seller. It was played primarily […]