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Various - Old Tunes, Famous Songs album download
Performer: Various
Title: Old Tunes, Famous Songs
Style:Chanson, Folk, Vocal
Released: 1979
MP3 album szie: 1207 mb
FLAC album size: 1873 mb

Listen free to Various Artists – Famous Songs of the 50s - Vol. 2 (The Fruit, Carol of the Bells and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Warning! Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution! Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.

Same Old Tunes is the debut album by the Swedish punk rock group Millencolin, released on October 28, 1994 in Sweden by Burning Heart Records under the original title Tiny Tunes. The song "Da Strike" was released as the album's single, with an accompanying music video.

A huge archive of traditional, folk & old music - song-books with lyrics & chords, tune-books, sheet-music, scores, old songs, midi backing tracks, tabs, music lessons & theory, learn to play guides for various instruments, chord diagrams, scales and other music educational & academic reference materials. The traditional and folk music here is categorised into various sections such as: Bluegrass, Old-time(Oldtimey), Old Country music, Carter Family, Cowboy songs, Jazz, Blues, Christian music - Country Gospel, Worship, Old-time Hymns, Spirituals, Christmas Music, Celtic - Irish.

The aptly renamed Some Old Tunes features much faster, more traditional punk anthems than Life on a Plate. There are enough catchy choruses and dynamic arrangements to satisfy pop-punk listeners impressed with the Swedish outfit's first . Leading off with the well-crafted standout "Mr. Clean," Some Old Tunes is an unrelenting collection of raw, energetic songwriting that includes other highlights like "Diznee Time" and "Leona

Millencolin ‎– Same Old Tunes. Label: Burning Heart Records ‎– BHR 019. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. This album was first released under the name "Tiny Tunes" with other cover art. Millencolin got into legal trouble in 1996 with Warner Bros over that name, and changed it to "Same Old Tunes" since it contains the same songs. Matrix, Runout: BHR019 GMA1 CD PLANT AB. Mould SID Code: IFPI 6845. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Tiny Tunes, Same Old Tunes. Studio album by. Millencolin. SWD – October 28, 1994. NA - September 22, 1998.

Here are some of the world's most famous classical music melodies and everything you need to know about them. There's nothing more annoying than humming a tune but not knowing what it's called or where it's from. Fear not – here are some of the most famous tunes from the history of music, complete with all the background information you need.

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A1.1 There Were Gems In The Village
Lyrics By – Elemér Boruth*Music By – Antal Beleznay*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Károly Solti*
A1.2 When I Will Soon Go Far Away
Lyrics By – Mihály Leel Őssy*Music By – Antal Beleznay*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Károly Solti*
A1.3 It's Good To Have A Wife
Lyrics By – Barla Kálmán*Music By – Antal Beleznay*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Károly Solti*
A1.4 My Sweetheart Sent A Message
Music By, Lyrics By – Antal Beleznay*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Károly Solti*
A2.1 They Play Fiddle, They Play Lovely Music
Lyrics By – Kálmán Tóth*Music By – Kálmán Simonffy*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Anna Gergely*
A2.2 The Stork Alighted On Chimney
Music By, Lyrics By – Kálmán Simonffy*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Anna Gergely*
A2.3 That's My Lover
Lyrics By – László Szelestey*Music By – Kálmán Simonffy*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Anna Gergely*
A2.4 Bird On The Bough
Lyrics By – Sándor Vecsey*Music By – Kálmán Simonffy*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Anna Gergely*
A3 Old Song, Famous Song
Lyrics By – Károly Szomory*Music By – Ernő Lányi*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Béla Takács*
A4.1 The Ship Goes To Siófok
Lyrics By – Lajos Pósa*Music By – Ernő Lányi*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Béla Takács*
A4.2 The Water Of The Iza Washed Awy The Bank
Music By, Lyrics By – Ernő Lányi*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Béla Takács*
A4.3 What Do I Need A Blonde For
Music By, Lyrics By – Ernő Lányi*Orchestra – László Berki and his Gipsy Band*Vocals – Béla Takács*
B1.1 You Are Known As Gipsy Panna
Music By, Lyrics By – Lajos Serly*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy Band
B1.2 There Are No Stars Left, all Fell To The Earth
Music By, Lyrics By – Lajos Serly*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy Band
B1.3 Mother Mother, What Will I Do
Lyrics By – J. Temérdek*Music By – Lajos Serly*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy Band
B1.4 Fully Blossomed Violet
Arranged By – Lajos Serly*Music By, Lyrics By – Pál Vidor*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy Band
B2.1 I Dreamt About Love
Lyrics By – Kálmán Kovács*Music By – Árpád BalázsOrchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Júlia Molnár*
B2.2 In Your Red Dotted Dress
Lyrics By – Ákos Éltető*Music By – Árpád BalázsOrchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Júlia Molnár*
B2.3 Yesterday The Doctor Enlisted Me
Lyrics By – Iván AntalMusic By – Árpád BalázsOrchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Júlia Molnár*
B2.4 My Landlady
Lyrics By – Iván AntalMusic By – Árpád BalázsOrchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Júlia Molnár*
B3.1 Come With Me, Crane
Lyrics By – Lajos Pósa*Music By – Pista Dankó*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Vera Jákó*
B3.2 There's No Wind Mill Doesn't Turn
Lyrics By – Zoltán Pap*Music By – Pista Dankó*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Vera Jákó*
B3.3 It's Not Good To Go To The Spinning-Room Each Evening
Lyrics By – Lajos Pósa*Music By – Pista Dankó*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Vera Jákó*
B3.4 Hush, Baby
Music By, Lyrics By – Pista Dankó*Orchestra – Sándor Déki Lakatos and his Gipsy BandVocals – Vera Jákó*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Magyar Rádió
  • Printed By – Egyetemi Nyomda – 79.4802

Credits

  • Design – Irma Janáky

Notes

Ⓟ 1979
Hungarian Radio recording
A - 21'55'' / B - 21'20''
Export release, all data on sleeves printed in English, Hungarian, German, Russian