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Date bait - various - talk about a party / the crest records story (CD)

13.11.2019
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  1. Crest Records was a Los Angeles-based offshoot of a successful music publishing company, American Music. AM's principal copyrights were country music hits recorded by stars on bigger labels but during the '50s and early '60s they tried out a variety of musical styles through their own outlet.
  2. Press Archive - Various - That'll Flat Git It! Vol - AllMusic The 29th installment of Bear Family's long-running rockabilly series That'll Flat Git It! shines a spotlight on Crest Records, a Hollywood-based imprint that opened its doors in and shuttered in
  3. Jul 03,  · Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH Date Bait · Bill Skidmore Iii Talk About a Party - The Crest Records Story ℗ AMB Released on:
  4. The Crest Records Story: "Talk About A Party!" (Rockstar CD ), England, Tall, Tom Stack-A-Records - Crest Caraway, Bobby & Terry Ballin' Keen - Crest Reeves, Tom Primitive Love - Crest Wilson, Tom Can You Bop? Crest Sanders, Hank Been Gone A Long Time - Crest Skidmore, Bill Date Bait - Crest
  5. Discover Bill Skidmore III on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more.
  6. Talk About A Party - Boogaloo And The Gallant Crew Let's Coast A while - Bo Davis Been Gone A Long Time - Hank Sanders Marilyn - Troy Talton Somebody To Love - Jimmy Bowen Stack-A-Records - Tom Tall & The Tom Kats Yea! Yea! Come Another Day - Tony Casanova You're The Reason - Bobby Edwards Date Bait - Bill /5(13).
  7. 45 Discography for Crest Records. The Ragtime Rascals: If You Knew Oh You Kid: Talk About A Party Big Fat Lie: Freddi and Al: Snaggle Tooth Love On The Loose: Date Bait I'm Out Of My Mind (Yea-Yea) Hans Lorenz Olita.
  8. Talk About a Party: The Crest Records Story collects 34 Crest Records sides, many of which previously appeared on the vinyl compilations Spotlight on Crest Records and Best of Crest, Vols. 1 & 2. The handful of hits include Bobby Edwards ' country-pop crossover "You're the Reason," Tommy Dee 's tribute record "Three Stars," and Glen Campbell 's 9/

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