Village Stompers, The - From Russia With Love / The Bridges Of Budapest flac album
Title: From Russia With Love / The Bridges Of Budapest
MP3 album: 1110 mb
FLAC album: 1816 mb
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The Village Stompers came from Greenwich Village in New York City and consisted of Dick Brady, Don Coates, Ralph Casale, Frank Hubbell, Lenny Pogan, Al McManus, Mitchell May, and Joe Muranyi. Their song "Washington Square" reached No. 2 on the Billboard magazine Hot 100 singles chart in 1963, and No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary Chart
21. Mountain Greenery. 22. The Bridges Of Budapest. 25. From Russia With Love. 26. Fiddler On The Roof. Audio CD (April 22, 1997). Number of Discs: 1. Label: Collectables.
Bridges of Budapest, The. - Melodie D'Amour. The Village Stompers - Around the World with The Village Stompers (Epic 24109/BN26109) released in 1964, which included the following tracks. Song of the Islands. The Village Stompers - New Beat on Broadway (Epic BN26129) released in 1964 with the following tracks.
A. From Russia Written-By –. With Love L. Bart. B. The Bridges Written By –. Of Budapest J. Murany. Companies, etc. Record Company – CBS Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute.
Their hits included "From Russia with Love"/"The Bridge of Budapest" in April 1964 (No. 81) and "Fiddler on the Roof"/"Moonlight on the Ganges" in December 1964 (No. 97) and No. 19 on the Adult Contemporary Chart. In 1963, Muranyi played with The Village Stompers, a Dixieland band which reached the pop charts with its song "Washington Square". Live at the Copa is Bobby Vinton's first live album, released in 1966. It is a recording of a performance that Vinton made at the Copacabana in New York with the Dixieland band of the Village Stompers and the Joe Mele Orchestra. In the "Old MacDonald Medley", Vinton plays different instruments rather than sing.
The Village Stompers From Russia With Love. The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love The Village Stompers - From Russia With Love. The Village Stompers Red Roses for a Blue Lady.
From Russia with Love 02:56. Goodnight, Irene 02:21. Frankie and Johnny 02:27. The La-Dee-Da Song 02:02. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 02:32. The Bridges of Budapest 02:17. The Village Stompers - Bei Mir Bist Du Schön 02:53 Klezmorim & Yiddish Traditional Music. The Village Stompers - Washington Sqaure 02:38 Washington Sqaure.