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Small Faces - Itchycoo Park/Here Come The Nice Album

Small Faces - Itchycoo Park/Here Come The Nice Album

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Interprète: Small Faces
Titre: Itchycoo Park/Here Come The Nice
Pays: Greece
Category: Rock
Classement: 4.5
Catalogue #: 7202
Label: Immediate

Tracklist

1Itchycoo Park
2Here Come The Nice


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OG 9466Small Faces Itchycoo Park / Here Comes The Nice ‎(7", Single)Old Gold OG 9466UK1985
OG 9466Small Faces Itchycoo Park / Here Comes The Nice ‎(7", Single)Old Gold OG 9466UK1985
45211Small Faces Itchyoo Park ‎(7", Single)BR Music45211Netherlands1986


Notes

Super


Entreprises

  • Record Company – Immediate – IM 050 1F


Vidéo


Album

Itchycoo Park-The Ultimate Small Faces Tribute - The Itchycoo Parks. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Itchycoo Park - Original - Small Faces. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Itchycoo Park is a song written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane, first recorded by their group, the Small Faces. Largely written by Lane, it was one of the first music recordings to feature flanging, an effect at that time made possible by electro-mechanical processes. The location and etymology of the titular park has long been debated many claiming it to be Little Ilford Park in Manor Park, East London or Wanstead Flats in Wanstead, East London. The single was not featured on any of their UK. In the works for years, the Small Faces 2014 box set Here Come the Nice is unapologetically one for the devoted. Spanning four discs, the first containing newly remastered Immediate mono single mixes from the original masters, the rest rounding up tracking sessions, alternate mixes, backing tracks, Italian versions, live cuts, and other assorted ephemera, the box's allure lies in its packaging and not its music. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2014 CD от Here Come The Nice на . Small Faces - Itchycoo Park 1967 Audio replaced. Neu vertont von Audio-CD, Video dazu angepasst :-. Itchycoo Park Lyrics: Over bridge of sighs, To rest my eyes in shades of green, Under dreamin' spires, To Itchycoo Park, that's where I've been, What did you do there, I got high, What did you. There Are But Four Small Faces. View Tracklist. Itchycoo Park. The Small Faces. In this song, the singer gets high and visits a a park. It all gets a little hazy after that. Produced by. Album: There Are But Four Small Faces 1967. Charted: 3 16. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . So Small Faces manager Tony Calder explained the song had an innocent interpretation. In Marriott's biography, All Too Beautiful, by Paolo Hewitt and John Hellier, Calder says: We told the BBC Itchycoo Park was waste ground in the East End which the band had played on as kids. We put the story out at ten and by lunchtime we were told the ban was off. Inevitably this song would come on, on my walkman, and I'd make a sharp right turn into the park instead of responsibly contuining on to class. I didn't make it to class too often. Immediate Story, Vol. Itchycoo Park Lyrics. There Are But Four Small Faces 25 Greatest Hits The Best of Small Faces The. Kill Nice Ultimate Collection Absolutely the Best Autumn Stone April Fool Masters The Very Best of the Small Faces The Darlings of Wapping Wharf Launderette The Singles Collection Best of the 60's Best of Immediate The Definitive Collection Big Hits Nice Ultimate Collection Absolutely the Best Autumn Stone Japan. Here Come the Nice. David Fricke. There wasn't a more playfully revolutionary delight in British pop between 1967 and 1969 than a Small Faces 45: the heavy Technicolor soul of Tin Soldier the giddy acid-spiced mischief in the Motown-like concision of Here Come the Nice and Itchycoo Park. Originally a pure-mod squad, the Small Faces rapidly bloomed into something brighter and deeper an R&B-ravers spin on the Beatles' studio exploration and the Beach Boys' California grandeur in the punchy mono singles filling the first disc in this lavish four-CD box