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You Hurt Me Too - The Hit Parade - With Love From. The Hit Parade (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Apparently, having started the Your Hit Parade series with (the actual Your Hit Parade radio series ran from to ), the compilers felt obliged to feature only music that wouldn't sound too out of place in an earlier era. While the Time Life albums covering the '40s and early '50s consist mostly of the year's biggest hits, with a.
  2. The heavily-promoted and massive Time-Life "mail order only" series of CDs of about years ago under the generic heading Your Hit Parade constantly reminded you that "you can't get these in any store" and seemed intent, at the time, to corner the market on everything from the Big Band Era to Pop, Country, R&B, Soul and R&R/5(8).
  3. Highlights from the episode include Snooky Lanson's take on "The Yellow Rose of Texas" wearing a Union cavalry uniform in front of a large Confederate flag; Raymond Scott and the Hit Parade Orchestra performing the jazz instrumental, "Tiger Rag"; Gisele MacKenzie as an African explorer contemplating her doom in iron cooking pot, singing "We'll Have These Moments to Remember" before being.
  4. Hit Parade of Love. Rhonda Vincent. Good Thing Going. played Has stepped right up and hit the hit parade It was growing pop and it couldn't stop Now it's number one thanks to Tom the piper's son high-falutin' Rider on the hit parade It's too hard to live this way I don't wanna be an outlaw I don't wanna be a renegade If you think I'm.
  5. There appears to be some confusion regarding this entry in the "Your Hit Parade" portion of the massive Time-Life series. The blurb above says it's a 2 CD set containing "40 of the best love songs from the 50s" but the set I have in front of me - the ONLY one with the title "Love Songs Of Your Hit Parade" (R Universal Music Special Markets MSD) - actually has 34 titles in the 2 5/5(3).
  6. The first Hit Parade LP With Love From The Hit Parade was released on their own label in to unfavourable reviews: 'mire of cheesy mundane tunes' 'oblivious to musical developments of the last 24 years' (Q Magazine) 'twee like you wouldn't believe' (MM), apart from NME which declared the Hit Parade to be the 'perfect pop machine'.
  7. To the extent that a consumer may be expected to buy an album called Your Hit Parade: on the assumption that it is, in essence, "'s Greatest Hits," this album must be considered an appalling failure. It contains 24 tracks, but of the 24 biggest hits of , as registered in Billboard magazine (the actual Your Hit Parade radio and TV series had gone off the air in ), only six are.
  8. With its 24 tracks drawn from the four major record labels of the day (RCA Victor, Columbia, Decca, and Capitol), Time-Life Music's edition of its Your Hit Parade series does a typically excellent job of featuring the major hits of the year in their most popular renditions. Bing Crosby, the year's top record seller, is represented by three songs: "Don't Fence Me In" (technically a
  9. Mar 29,  · The Hit Parade, LP, Comp, RE, NOR2 There are a little over 20 minutes of music crammed onto each side of this record and it sounds as such. /5(24).

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