Sherbet - Angela album flac
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1224 mb
FLAC album: 1960 mb
Other formats: DTS VQF XM MP4 AU DXD AAC
Genre: Rock / Pop
The discography of Sherbet, including releases under the names Highway and The Sherbs, consists of ten studio albums, thirty-eight singles, one extended play, eleven compilation albums, three live albums and two video album/DVDs. Sherbet, The Sherbs archived from the original on 27 November 2013 at Australian Rock Database. Retrieved 1 March 2014. Sherbet discography at MusicBrainz. Sherbet, Sherbs at Rate Your Music.
B Side: From The Sherbet Album "Sherbet" L36617 Recorded at United Western Studios, Los Angeles. Matrix, Runout (Label A Side): MX-53017.
Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) was one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style. In 1976 Shakespeare left and was soon replaced by Harvey James.
Sherbet (Sherbet album). Studio album by Sherbet. Sherbet is an album by Sherbet released in 1978. (Feels Like It's) Slippin' Away". Another Night on the Road". Don't Wait Too Long". Studio album by. Sherbet.
1973 studio album by Sherbet. On with the Show is an album by Sherbet released in 1973. The album spent 12 weeks in the Australian charts, reaching a highest point of "Cassandra" was the only single to be released.
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The Sherbs and Highway) was one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. Their biggest singles were Summer Love (1975) and Howzat (1976), both reaching number one in Australia. Howzat was also a top 5 hit in the UK. Though the band’s success in the . was more limited, Howzat was a hit in America, and under the name The Sherbs they also hit in 1981 with the single I Have The Skill. Throughout the 1970s, the group was managed by Roger Davies
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sherbet Record Productions Pty. Ltd.
- Recorded At – Albert Studios
- Recorded At – Festival Studios
- Recorded At – United Western Studios
- Producer – Jay Lewis (tracks: B), Sherbet (tracks: A)
- Written-By – G. Porter*, H. James* (tracks: A), T. Mitchell*
NotesA Side: From The Movie "Snapshot"
Recorded at Albertstudios and Festival Studio 24 Sydney, Australia
B Side: From The Sherbet Album "Sherbet" L36617
Recorded at United Western Studios, Los Angeles
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): MX-53017
- Matrix / Runout (Label B Side): MX-53018