The Four Bells / The Three Belles - Melody Of Love / Hearts Of Stone mp3 album
A1. –The Four Bells, Jimmy Carroll And Orchestra. Lyrics By – Glazer Music By – Engelmann Saxophone – Jimmy Abato. B1. –The Three Belles, Larry Clinton And Orchestra. Written-By – Ray, Jackson.
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Hearts of Stone is the third album by New Jersey rock band Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, released in 1978. The album was written and recorded in collaboration with E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, as well as Bruce Springsteen. Hearts of Stone has been called "the best album Bruce Springsteen never recorded", which is not quite accurate
The Bells is the ninth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1979 by Arista Records. It is recorded in binaural sound. Several songs on the album are the product of a short-lived writing partnership between Reed and Nils Lofgren. And the cuts that don't work-there are at least three or four-seem like thoughtful experiments, or simple failures, rather than throwaways. I haven't found him so likable since The Velvet Underground.
The opening sequence of Tubular Bells is most widely known as The Exorcist's foreboding theme, but many of this album's freakiest moments come much later. Recorded by 19-year-old English prodigy Mike Oldfield, two 20-minute-plus sections play out variations on almost every theme that could form in the head of a young LSD voyager. Can could strip back for three minutes of skewered psychedelic pop ("Moonshake") or split the difference between Miles Davis's Bitches Brew and Isaac Hayes's Hot Buttered Soul ("Spray"), or find new craters on the moon for "Bel Air," a lounge suite dizzying up the entire second side of the record. All of it is Can, and none of it is commonplace.
The Bells of Notre Dame" is the opening song from the 1996 Disney feature film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, composed by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. It is sung at the beginning of the film by the clown-like gypsy, Clopin. The song details about Quasimodo's origin. During the song, Clopin tells young children about the mysterious bell-ringer of Notre Dame.
|–The Four Bells, Jimmy Carroll And Orchestra*||Melody Of Love||2:33|
|–The Three Belles, Larry Clinton And Orchestra*||Hearts Of Stone||2:28|
|1080||The Four Bells / The Three Belles||The Four Bells / The Three Belles - Melody Of Love / Hearts Of Stone (7", Single)||Bell Records||1080||US||1955|
|1080||The Three Belles / The Four Bells||The Three Belles / The Four Bells - Hearts Of Stone / Melody Of Love (7", Single)||Bell Records||1080||US||1955|
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