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The Royal Teens - Newies But Oldies Album

  • Performer: The Royal Teens
  • Album: Newies But Oldies
  • MP3: 2859 mb | FLAC: 1792 mb
  • Released: 1969
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 809
  • Category: Rock
The Royal Teens - Newies But Oldies Album

Tracklist

Build Me Up Buttercup
Honky Tonk Woman
Smile A Little Smile For Me
Hey Jude
Traces
Sugar Sugar
Games People Play
Suspicious Minds
Rock And Roll Music
Proud Mary

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MS 3186The Royal Teens Newies But Oldies ‎(LP)Musicor RecordsMS 3186US1969
MS 3186The Royal Teens Newies But Oldies ‎(LP, Promo)Musicor RecordsMS 3186US1969
PKL 4408The Royal Teens Newies But Oldies ‎(LP)Pye InternationalPKL 4408UK1971

Album

In early 1970, Newies But Oldies was released with a single from the album, as well. The A-side was Hey Jude by the Beatles sung to the melody of In the Still of the Night by the Five Satins. The B-Side was Smile A Little Smile for Me, Rosemarie, done like Little Darlin by the information about the songs on the release Newies but Goodies by The Royal Teens : who covered the songs, who sang the but Goodies 1970. Album by The Royal Teens. Suspicious Minds. is a cover of. The Best of the Oldies, Summer Time Hits: I Get Around, In the Summertime, Pretty Woman, La Bamba, Wipe Out & More of the Best Hits from the 50's & 60's. 80 Songs for Kids of All Ages Remembering Children's Favourites and Junior Choice. Classic Kids Hits. Oldies But Goodies: Whacky and Crazy Songs. Ultimate 50s Rock 'n Roll Masters, Volume 1. 50s Doo Wop For Kids. Email alerts for products by The Royal Teens. Formed in 1956 in Bergen County, New Jersey, USA, the Royal Teens are remembered primarily for the 1958 rock n roll novelty number Short Shorts. Originally a quartet called the Royal Tones, the line-up included pianist Bob Gaudio Robert John Gaudio, 17 November 1942, the Bronx, New York City, New York, USA, saxophonist Bill Crandall, bass player Billy Dalton and drummer Tom Austin. The Royal Teens were an American rock and roll band that formed in New Jersey in 1956 and consisted of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. The group is best known for its single Short Shorts, which was a 3 hit in the United States in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's Believe Me, hit 26. They never recorded an album, and broke up in 1965. Features Song Lyrics for The Royal Teens's More '50s Oldies But Goodies album. The Royal Teens - More '50s Oldies But Goodies Album. Artist: The Royal Teens. Album: More '50s Oldies But Goodies. Shop Royal Teens's Newies but goodies LP for sale by recordsbymail at on CDandLP - Ref:3109683802. All fields Artist Title Artist Title Label Seller Item . Select a specific format: All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Listen to music from The Royal Teens like Short Shorts, Believe Me & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Royal Teens. Play album. Skip to YouTube video. 3 photos. The Royal Teens were a New Jersey rock and roll band formed in 1957, best known for their single Short Shorts, which was a 3 hit in the U. in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's Believe me, hit 26. Member Bob Gaudio later became a member of The Four Seasons. 14 read more. Album Themes. Prom Spring Summer New Love. The Del Vikings. Newies & Oldies

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2013 Original Recordings - Remastered. Music from the Moive Let's Rock. Listen to music from The Royal Teens like Short Shorts, Believe Me & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Royal Teens. The Royal Teens were a New Jersey rock and roll band formed in 1957, best known for their single Short Shorts, which was a 3 hit in the U. in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's Believe me, hit 26. Member Bob Gaudio later became a member of The Four Seasons. 14 read more. The Royal Teens were an American rock and roll band that formed in New Jersey in 1956 and consisted of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. The group is best known for its single Short Shorts, which was a 3 hit in the United States in 1958. The follow-up single, 1959's Believe Me, hit 26. They never recorded an album, and broke up in 1965. Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show. The Royal Teens. The Royal Teens are, by one definition, a hard-luck band. They could play hard and loud, but they also sang well and knew how to harmonize. They were one of the better rock & roll bands of their period, Read Full Biography. Marathon Media International Ltd. under exclusive license to Music Manager. Short Shorts Billboard Hot 100 - No. Short Shorts. Believe Me Billboard Hot 100 - No. Monday, January 27, 2020. The Royal Teens - Let's Rock Complete Recording. The Royal Teens were a New Jersey rock and roll band that formed in 1956, consisting of Bob Gaudio on piano, Tom Austin on drums, Billy Dalton on guitar, and Billy Crandall on saxophone. They are best known for their single Short Shorts, which was a 3 hit in the United States in 1958. Bill Dalton Guitar: Beginning formal music studies in his early teens, Bill was attracted to the guitar from watching countless cowboy movies. Believe Me. return to top of page. Look this artist up at: MySpace , . Adult Programs. There are over five million alumni of The Royal Conservatory of Music. Below are a few of the many illustrious alumni who embody the transformative power of music and the arts. Burton Cummings - Performer, singer-songwriter, member of The Guess Who, and Honorary Fellow of The Royal Conservatory. Phil Dwyer - Saxophonist, pianist, and composer multiple Juno and National Jazz Award-winner Honorary Fellow of The Royal Conservatory. Bob Ezrin - Juno Award-winning record producer Honorary Fellow of The Royal Conservatory

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