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Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames - Last Night / Funny How Time Slips Away album download

Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames - Last Night / Funny How Time Slips Away album download
Performer: Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames
Title: Last Night / Funny How Time Slips Away
Country: US
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Style:Vocal, Mod
Released: 1967
MP3 album szie: 1699 mb
FLAC album size: 1806 mb

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Funny How Time Slips Away. Watch now Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames's video clip of album "Get Away".

Funny How Time Slips Away" is a song written by Willie Nelson and first recorded by country singer Billy Walker. Walker's version peaked at number 23 on the Hot C&W Sides chart. The tune is slightly similar to "When Two Worlds Collide" which was written by Roger Miller and Bill Anderson. 1961 - Jimmy Elledge released a version as a single on RCA Victor, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100. His version sold over one million copies.

Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames were a noted British rhythm and blues/soul, jazz, ska, pop group during the 1960s. They were also the backing band for Billy Fury. At the end of 1961, their piano player Georgie Fame took over as vocalist and they went on to enjoy great success without Fury. They were influenced by Jon Hendricks, Mose Allison and blues musicians such as Willie Mabon.

Georgie Fame, the Flamingo All-nighter, mods and GIs. These are the things that dreams are made of. Whilst a mid sixties Rod Stewart might have claimed that it was his ambition to sing with Count Basie, it was Georgie who actually did i. By the time of his second album Fame At Last Georgie was tackling obscure records from the then unknown Stax label – William Bell’s ‘Monkeying Around’ – taking on Louis Jordan’s arrangement of ‘Point Of No Return’ and also numbers by Major Lance and Ray Charles. On ‘Dawn Yawn’ Georgie writes a wonderfully evocative tale of Soho’s night-life and the inevitable come-down the day after, whilst his version of Willie Nelson’s ‘Funny How Time Slips Away’ is a masterpiece of vocal delivery, and the best version of this much-covered song bar none.

Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames - Night Train - 1964. Georgie Fame - Last Night. Willie Nelson - 1997 - Funny How Time Slips Away.

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Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames. Well I guess I'm doing fine It's been so long now But it seems like it was only yesterday Well ain't it funny, so funny How time can just slip right all away I'd like to ask you a question too You know, I heard you got a new love But I wonder, can you truthfully say he's

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Last Night
Written-By – B. Laine*
2:32
B Funny How Time Slips Away
Written-By – W. Nelson*
3:10

Credits

  • Design – Bernard Yeszin
  • Producer – Denny Cordell

Notes

Audition Record, red IR Imperial logo

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
66299 Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames Last Night / Funny How Time Slips Away ‎(7", Single) Imperial 66299 US 1967