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Manfred Mann Pretty Flamingo 1966

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Manfred Mann Pretty Flamingo 1966

Manfred Mann Pretty Flamingo Mark Barkan's superb song about being in London 1966. More below video... The song became a hit in 1966 when Manfred Mann's recording of it was released as a single. and reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 5 May 1966. The recording features future Cream bassist Jack Bruce, who briefly joined the band in 1965. The original demo of the song was recorded by noted New York City vocalist Jimmy Radcliffe stylized for The Drifters, but songwriter Mark Barkan was dissatisfied with the overly produced results and had Radcliffe recut the song with a...

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Birth of a Song - Slippin & Slidin

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Birth of a Song - Slippin & Slidin
Slippin' and Slidin' - John Lennon
A bit of killer Rock and Roll from JL playing Little Richard's classic R&B/rock 'n' roll song. But where does it come from?

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1960's Mods -The Weekend Started Here...

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1960's Mods -The Weekend Started Here...

1960's Mods -The Weekend Started Here....''Whatcha Gonna Do About It'' - Small Faces "The 60's Mods were unstoppable, hyped up on ''blues'' and weekend rucks...

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SCOTT WALKER - JACKIE 1967

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SCOTT WALKER - JACKIE 1967

SCOTT WALKER - JACKIE 1967 ***** A work of art from Jacques Brel -w- lyrics by Mort Schumann. This was originally banned by the BBC (how times have changed) :) @RVMediaGB 

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Brian Jones - Rolling Stones If Keith and Mick were the mind and body, Brian was clearly the soul

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Brian Jones - Rolling Stones If Keith and Mick were the mind and body, Brian was clearly the soul

Brian Jones - Rolling Stones If Keith and Mick were the mind and body of the Stones, Brian was clearly the soul - wrote Rolling Stone magazine few days after Brian's death in August 1969. Apart from being a great guitarist and musical arranger, Brian Jones was also the most eye- catching member of The Rolling Stones. He was always immaculately dressed. No matter if it was sharp Mod style of early 1960's or a flamboyant Peacock Style of the latter part of the decade, Brian would always get it right. His friend, antique dealer and editor of Men In...

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