Original cover shows what appears to be an appendage at bottom edge of suit jacket on person on left. You can see it in the release photo above. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.
The Five Keys (King 1960). Rhythm and Blues Hits Past and Present (King 1960). Titles (A-side, B-side) Both sides from same album except where indicated. Best of The Five Keys. It's Christmas Time" b/w "Old MacDonald" (Non-album track).
This is an original pressing on a special "Sample Album for Radio-TV Program Use" label. The condition of the record is excellent VG++. The cover is in VG condition. The top seam is split for 2&1/2 inches from the open edge; the bottom seam is split and taped. The spine is tight and unbroken. There is a circle drawn on the back cover. Please complete the transaction within one week of auction closing. THE FIVE KEYS On Stage!
Features Song Lyrics for The Five Keys's The Five Keys album. 2. (I Don't Stand A) Ghost of a Chance Lyrics. The Five Keys Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
In 2002, when the Black Keys released their debut album, you could have got very long odds on them being the one early-noughties garage-blues band to not just survive but prosper. Their feud with Jack White now looks less like the resentment of someone furious about them hanging on to his coattails and more like someone bitter about them overtaking him so thoroughly. The five-year break seems to have concentrated his mind. The intentions of Let’s Rock are evident from its title. And, in case you felt any ambiguity, the album opens with a riff so thrillingly, brutally obvious – on Shine a Little Light – that White will doubtless accuse them of having nicked it from some aborted followup to Seven Nation Army, while the dirty, distorted guitar of Lo/Hi has something of ZZ Top (and the John Lee Hooker-style riff of La Grange). heading into an arena-ready chorus.
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Just For A Thrill
Written-By – Don Raye, Lil Arkstrong*
Who Do You Know In Heaven (That Made You The Angel You Are?)
Written-By – Al Stillman, Peter DeRose*
Maybe You'll Be There
Written-By – Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop
Written-By – Aaron Schroeder, Ben Weisman
C'est La Vie
Written-By – Edward R. White*, Mack Wolfson
Written-By – Johnny Mercer
Let There Be You
Written-By – Dave Cavanaugh*, Vicki Young
All I Need Is You
Written-By – Davis*, Parish*, DeRose*
Written-By – Billy Reid
From The Bottom Of My Heart
Written-By – Chuck Willis
To Each His Own
Written-By – Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
Written-By – J. L. McFarland*
Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
Capitol Records, Inc.
Arranged By, Conductor
Vocals [In Front On Rhythm Tunes]
Vocals [Lead In Ballads]
Cover photo variation with leftmost singer's thumb showing in front of his pants. [jacket]: T828 [label]: T-828 also *T10828* A Capitol Records, Inc., U.S.A. Recording Printed in USA Cover Photo Printed in U.S.A.
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Matrix / Runout (Stamped): T1-828-D1
Matrix / Runout (B side stamped, # is etched): 1S R2-828-D4 #2