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The Roosters - All Of Our Days flac

  • Interprète: The Roosters
  • Titre: All Of Our Days
  • Taille FLAC: 2710 mb
  • Pays: Germany
  • Date de publication: 2011
  • Style: Folk Rock, Garage Rock
  • # Catalogue: BREAK 025
  • Label: Break-A-Way Records
  • Classement: 4.1 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
The Roosters - All Of Our Days flac

Tracklist

1The Avengers Cool It
2The Roosters Help Me Please
3The Roosters Deep Inside
4The Roosters One Of These Days
5The Roosters Ain’t Gonna Cry Anymore
6The Roosters Rosebush
7The Five MoreAvalanche
8The Roosters I’m Suspecting
9The Roosters Love Machine
10The Roosters She Sends Me
11The Five MoreI'm No Good
12The Roosters You Gotta Run

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BREAK 024The Roosters All Of Our Days ‎(LP, Comp)Break-A-Way RecordsBREAK 024Germany2011

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No, I dont make money with any of my videos & all the rights belongs to original owner and artist. 01 Avalanche 00:00 02 Im no good 02: 03 One of these days 04 You gotta run 05 Rosebush 06 Ain USD. Break-Away-Records 12 tracks. This LP compiles the legacy of an underrated, but excellent band direct from Los Angeles, the mid-Sixties epiccenter of jangle. The Rooster from 1966 to 1968 and also included are the releases under the names The Five More from 1965 and The Avengers from 1964. Read our FAQ before ordering. Label: BREAK-A-WAY. Release date: 21102011. CD version with a different artwork. Their 'One Of These Days' bw 'You Gotta Run' 45 has been included on early garage compilations and is a huge favourite among collectors. Less well known is their second and at least as brillant 45 'Rosebush''Ain't Gonna Cry Anymore'. Their One Of These Days bw You Gotta Run 45 has been included on early garage compilations and is a huge favourite among collectors. Less well known is their second and at least as brilliant 45 Rosebush, Ain't Gonna Cry Anymore. Additionally there's a rare 1965 surfmersey punk single released under the name Five More, an early 1965 acetate put down as the Avengers and most of all, three 1966 stunning unrelease. The Roosters. Based in West Yorkshire, The Roosters cover some great songs by artists including The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Small Faces, Be The Lord Of All Our Days - St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, Huw Williams & Malcolm Arches. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. In 1968 they had a fine psych-pop'ish single out on major Philips. Both sides are featured on this LP. Their 'One Of These Days' bw 'You Gotta Run' debut 45 has already been included on early garage compilations and is a huge favourite among collectors. Less well known is their second and at least as brillant 45 'Rosebush' bw 'Ain't Gonna Cry Anymore'. All Of Our Days collects all of the above tracks plus the Roosters 1966 Gold Star Studio sessions. Thankfully, these tracks measure up to their official 45s. She Sends Me, a dark, minor key folk-rocker is one of their finest songs while Help Me Please and Deep Inside explode with enthusiasm and strong pop hooks. This compilation, released in both vinyl and cd format by Break-A-Way Records is better than most real garage albums as its a strong listen all the way through. mp3: Rosebush mp3: She sends me. All Our Days is a song released on the RWBY: Volume 2 Soundtrack. It was also the ending song to the episode A Minor Hiccup. All Our Days is a slow, melancholic but hopeful ballad, mainly consisting of Casey Lee Williams' vocals and a piano. Lyrically, the song is told from the perspective of a close relative to a girl, and discusses the passing of time in her life. The singer begins by remembering a time before the girl was born. Listen to music from The Roosters US like One Of These Days. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Roosters US. Track name

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The Roosters have been known among fans and followers of the Californian mid 60s folk rock scene for a long time. Their “One Of These Days” b/w “You Gotta Run” 45 has been included on early garage compilations and is a huge favourite among collectors. Less well known is their second and at least as brillant 45 “Rosebush” / “Ain’t Gonna Cry Anymore”. Additionally there´s a rare 1965 surf/mersey punk single released under the name “Five More”, an early 1965 acetate put down as the Avengers and most of all, three 1966 stunning unreleased folk/garage janglers recorded at Gold Star Studio. This collection finally puts all these gems in one place and unravels the enigmas behind the band on a LP sized full glossy insert with a detailed history of the band emerging from the memoirs of guitarist and songwriter Timothy Ward and the band’s vocalist Ray Mangigian. This is embellished with a load of stunning never-before-seen photos. Finally here´s the legacy of an underrated, but excellent band direct from Los Angeles, the mid-Sixties epicenter of jangle – The ROOSTERS!

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