Complete your Freddy Cannon collection. You Gotta Help Yourself. How You Gonna Keep A Good Heart Down. Action! (LP, Album).
This Is A FREDDY CANNON Vinyl Promo Album ACTION Released On The WARNER BROS. Label With Catalogue Number W 1612. Freddy cannon action & beachwood city german 45+ps 1965 mod freakbeat tv theme. Side b: beachwood city. Artist: freddy cannon.
Freddy Cannon was one the most energetic performers of the teen idol era, and the vigor he displayed on-stage, whether live or lip-syncing, came across on his studio work as well
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Palisades Park" is a song written by Chuck Barris and recorded by Freddy Cannon. A tribute to New Jersey's Palisades Amusement Park, it is an up-tempo rock and roll tune led by a distinctive organ part. The track also incorporates amusement park sound effects, including the sounds of screaming riders on the roller coasters, and the quoting of a slower version of the "March of the Clowns", played on an organ imitating a Hurdy Gurdy or Calliope
from the album Action! B-side. Joseph Murrells - The Book of Golden Discs - 1978 - Page 188 Freddy Cannon ACTION Warner. The fourth million seller for Freddy, and his first on the Warner label. An action-packed beat number with a tremendous vocal sound, written by Tommy Boyce and Steve Venet. The disc reached the No 13 position in both the . with 9 weeks in the bestsellers) and Britain with subsequent global million sale
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Okefenokee by Freddy Cannon 1959. Freddy Cannon – The Dedication Song (WB) 1966. Freddy Cannon - "Beachwood City". Freddy Cannon - Kansas City. Freddy Cannon "Action".
Cannon, Freddy Action/Beachwood City WB 5645 (US) 1965 300 Cannon, Freddy Action/Beachwood City WB A-5645 (D) 1965 Two nice rockers from youngster Cannon. Leon is in the forefront on both. Nice intro and piano all over 1. The organ on 2 sounds like what you hear in a Circus! The band: Leon, piano Glen Campbell, guitar James Burton, guitar David Gates, bass