The Marketts - Summer Means Love album flac
Title: Summer Means Love
MP3 album: 1483 mb
FLAC album: 1519 mb
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Gordon formed his first rock band, the Marketts in 1961. Recognizing the start of a new musical surfing craze, Gordon wrote and co-produced the band’s first hit song, Surfer’s Stomp, shortly after the group was formed. In 1963 the band signed with co-producer Joe Saraceno under the Warner Bros.
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Summer Means New Love" is an instrumental composed by Brian Wilson for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was originally released on June 28, 1965 on their album Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!). A year later, it was released as the B-side to Brian Wilson's first single, "Caroline, No", which subsequently appeared on Pet Sounds. The instrumental has been cited as one forerunner to the type of arrangements Brian Wilson would later experiment with on Pet Sounds the following year.
The Marketts were an American instrumental pop group, formed in Hollywood, California. They are best known for their 1963 million-seller, "Out of Limits" . Die Besten Deutschen Rock 'N' Roll Hits der 50er und 60er.
The Marketts - Love 1985. Download MP3. The Marketts.
The Marketts' line-up featured Michael Z. Gordon and various session musicians from the Los Angeles area, including drummer Hal Blaine. The group name was originally spelled "Mar-Kets". The group's direction was spearheaded by producer Joe Saraceno and Michael Z. Gordon, although Saraceno could not arrange or play on any of the group's material. Gordon's songs which were composed for the Marketts are best remembered for their surf rock sound, though not all of their material has this sound; Gordon took the group's style in whatever. Tryin' to Get That Feeling (Arista Records, 1975). Summer Means Love (Dore, 1982). Titles (A-side, B-side).
|A4||Balboa Blue / Surfer's Stomp|
|B1||Cast Your Fate To The Wind|
|B3||Home Away From Home|
|B4||I Love You|
|B5||Candy's In Love|