Chip & Dianne - The Good Times We've Had album flac
Title: The Good Times We've Had
MP3 album: 1422 mb
FLAC album: 1258 mb
Other formats: VOC MMF AC3 MIDI TTA AU ADX
Genre: Folk and Country
Good Times! is the twelfth studio album by the Monkees. Produced mainly by Adam Schlesinger (with some additional bonus tracks produced by Andrew Sandoval), the album was recorded to commemorate the band's 50th anniversary. It is the first Monkees studio album since Justus (1996) the longest gap to date and the first since the death of founder member Davy Jones. The album features surviving Monkees Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork, as well as a posthumous contribution from Jones.
Good Times is the twentieth studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released on March 20, 1974. The album was constructed by the first pick of a session held at Stax Studios in Memphis in December 1973 and two songs, "I've Got a Thing About You Baby" and "Take Good Care of Her", which were left over from the session at Stax in July 1973. The album includes a collection of songs that vary in style and genre
We had one day in the studio to fuck around, because it was the last day. Basically, on the drive to the studio, I had the melody and the first lines. That’s kind of weird. But then we tried it, and we’re like, This is actually kind of badass. Did guitarist Elvis Kuehn always know this would be the album closer? FIDLAR: When we started looking at sequences, it just felt like a good closer. We always want our records to start really strong, and we want them to end strong, too. For some reason that just felt naturally like it should be there, you know? "Good Times Are Over" Track Info. Release Date January 25, 2019.
Good Times is a debut studio album recorded by Finnish–German entrepreneur Kim Dotcom. It reached No. 8 in the Recorded Music NZ Top 40 album chart. Good Times was recorded at Roundhead Studios in Auckland, New Zealand, and was begun in 2011.
The Good Times is the first compilation album by Afroman. It was released after his record deal with Universal Records, and is composed of material taken from his previous independent releases. It contains his two hit singles: "Because I Got High" and "Crazy Rap", along with his other popular songs from his two albums. Most of the songs on the album are about growing up in the ghetto of East Palmdale. The album was certified gold in the United States on October 24, 2001 by the RIAA.
More specifically, current recordings from vocalist Dianne Reeves and a small combo featuring some silky smooth tenor and alto sax from Matt Catingub, Peter Martin on piano, and Jeff Hamilton on drums with Robert Hurst and Christoph Luty splitting bass duties. The tunes are mostly classic ballads and smoky standards (all picked by Clooney) that Reeves and the group handle with a satisfyingly light touch. Had Clooney chosen songs actually recorded in the '50s, the soundtrack may have been more authentic, but Reeves and her group do a commendable job of re-creating the simple and sentimental sound of the era's mainstream vocal jazz.
Good Night & Good Luck is set in the 1950's and shot in Black and White, this soundtrack plays in integral part in the movie, helping to greatly set the appropriate mood. Jazz legend Dianne Reeves sings on every track, except for one instrumental piece. Dianne Reeves's cool contralto, fronted by a quicksilver combo featuring saxophonist Matt Catingub and pianist Peter Martin, provides the flowing jazz soundtrack to George Clooney's 1950s, film detailing the epic struggle between the legendary TV newsman Edward R. Murrow and the Communist-baiting Senator Joseph McCarthy. The album has a consistent feel inspired by the movie that is wonderful. Many of Dianne Reeves previous allbums have been infused with R&B or Broadway styles, but here she does sensitive straight ahead jazz singing of and excellent and classic set of tunes. This recording will be timeless and should be in your collection.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Billy Edd Wheeler
Written-By – Tom Paxton
|A3||San Francisco Bay Blues
Written-By – Jesse Fuller
|A4||Johnny I Hardly Knew You
Arranged By – Jack GrunskyWritten-By – Trad.*
Arranged By – Jack GrunskyWritten-By – Trad.*
|A6||The Good Times We've Had
Written-By – Paul Stookey*
|B1||The Other Side Of This Life
Written-By – Fred Niel*
|B2||Hand To Hold
Written-By – Mark Spoelstra
Written-By – Mike Settle
Written-By – John D. Loudermilk
|B5||Pride Of Men
Written-By – Hamilton Camp
|B6||Tonight I Need Your Lovin'
Written-By – Jim & Deam
- Artwork – Heinz Nevosad
- Bass – Christoph Oberhuber*
- Engineer – Franz Plott
- Guitar, Harmonica – Jack Grunsky
- Other [Musical Adviser], Sleeve Notes – Jack Grunsky
- Photography By – Gert Winkler
- Producer – Walter Praxl
- Vocals – Dianne Hutchison
- Vocals, Guitar – Chip Hutchison
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: B.I.E.M.
- Matrix / Runout: C-VSTX 762
- Matrix / Runout: C-VSTX 763