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Producer Sonny Lester, who worked with such diverse acts as Jack Scott and Jimmy McGriff, no doubt assembled Those Fantabulous Strings as a studio only unit. The other side is their take on "Thunderball". Their only other release on 45 was another instrumental version of a current hit, "I Got You Babe"/"Laugh At Me". However they cut three albums for MGM's budget subsidiary, Metro: "Play Thunderball and Other Movie Hits", "Play The Supremes' Hits" and "Play The Sonny & Cher Hits" In 1966, Sonny Lester created the Solid.
A1 See See Rider A2 Laugh At Me A3 Walking The Quetzel A4 It's Gonna Rain A5 Dream Baby B1 Just You B2 Needles And Pins B3 Sing C'est La Vie B4 Baby Don't Go B5 I Got You Babe.
Sonny & Cher's Greatest Hits is the second compilation album by American pop duo Sonny & Cher, released in 1968 by Atlantic/Atco Records. The album was released in 1968 and did not enter the album charts. Sonny & Cher's Greatest Hits contained Sonny and Cher's hit songs from their three studio albums and their soundtrack album Good Times. It contained "Plastic Man", written by Bono and previously released as a single in 1967.
Standing at the Crossroads. Those Fantabulous Strings. 14. Stop! In the Name of Love. Play Thunderball and Other Big Movie Hits.
Artist: The Those Fantabulous Strings. Popcorn Hits: Best 2 songs. Felix Slatkin - Turkish Bath 02:10. Mr. Johnny And Bobbettes - Mr. Johnny Q 02:10.
Album · 1967 · 20 Songs. Sonny & Cher's Greatest Hits Sonny & Cher. Listen on Apple Music. Rhino Hi-Five: Sonny & Cher - EP. 2005. All I Ever Need - The Kapp/MCA Anthology. See All. The Wonderous World of Sonny & Cher. The Beat Goes On - The Best of Sonny & Cher.
By the time Oliver Nelson and his big band had recorded Fantabulous in March of 1964 for Argo, the great composer, saxophonist, conductor, and arranger was a man about town in New York. This is for those who are fans who don't have it yet (and who are unwilling to pay high collector's fees for good vinyl copies or the wages of Japanese import insanity), and those wondering where to begin with Nelson the arranger.