Various - Barbara Ann flac album
Title: Barbara Ann
MP3 album: 1447 mb
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Barbara is the third studio album by indie rock band We Are Scientists, released (digitally and physically) in the UK on June 14, 2010. The release was supported by singles Rules Don't Stop," released on April 5, 2010, and Nice Guys, released June 7, 2010. Following the band's split from EMI/Virgin in November 2009, the record was released by PIAS Recordings in the United Kingdom.
Barbara Ann" is a song written by Fred Fassert that was first recorded by the Regents as "Barbara-Ann". Their version was released in 1961 and reached No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The most famous cover version was recorded in 1965 by the Beach Boys, issued as a single from their album Beach Boys' Party! with the B-side "Girl Don't Tell Me". The Beach Boys recorded their version on September 23, 1965. Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean is featured on lead vocals along with Brian Wilson.
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Barbara-Ann The Regents. 1. Barbara Ann (LP Version). Goodies Old Is New: Rare Singles From The Golden Age of Rock and Roll.
Fassert wrote "Barbara Ann" for his sister, Barbara Ann Fassert. His brother, Charles Fassert, was the original 2nd tenor of the Regents. Nei gruppi: The Regents (2). Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Fred Fassert. F Fassert, F. Fassart, F. Fassert, F. Passort, . assart, . assert, Fasert, Fred, Fassart, Fassert, Frassert, Fred Basset, Fred Fasert, Fred Fossett, Fred Passert, Freddy Fassert, Fussert, Vassert/Fred.
Barbara Ann (Album Version). The Operator (Album Version). Catches Your Love (Original Album Version). Ring My Bell (Album Version). So Deep (Album Version). Barbara Ann (Karaoke Version) Originally Performed By Beach Boys. Barbara Ann (Karaoke Version). Most Precious Love (Original Album Version). Blaze & UDAUFL feat. WHATEVER (version J).
Lyrically, "Barbara Ann" is simple stuff, merely a hormonal ode to the charms of the titular girl. However, the song's catchy melody makes it something special: It starts with a stuttered pronunciation of the title name that forms the backbone of the song as it moves along at a jaunty, singalong pace. The song's harmonic charms made it a Top 20 hit for the Regents in 1961, but "Barbara Ann" gained even greater success when the Beach Boys covered it as part of their Party album.
|A1||–The Essex||Barbara Ann|
|A2||–The Bearcats||Rama-Lama-Ding Dong|
|B1||–Titus Rock||I'm A Fool To Care|
|B2||–Grainger T. Worthington||It Keeps Rainin'|
|B3||–Freddy Tell||You Always Hurt The One You Love|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 78 PH-70-2A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): 78 PH-70-2B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 11-1 6-61
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): 11-1 6-61