The Schnitzl Band - Happy Jack Smith / Bulgy The Bass flac album
Title: Happy Jack Smith / Bulgy The Bass
MP3 album: 1591 mb
FLAC album: 1116 mb
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Happy Jack Smith, Bulgy The Bass (7"). Happy Jack Smith, Bulgy The Bass (10").
A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band the Who, released on 9 December 1966.
Jack Ward Smith (November 16, 1913 in Seattle, Washington – July 3, 2006), known as Smilin' Jack Smith, was a crooner, radio host and actor. Born in Seattle, Washington, Smith was in a singing trio, The Three Ambassadors, from age 15. In 1939, he became a solo crooner with a voice described as a "strong baritone with a tenor lilt"; he was billed as "The Singer with a Smile in His Voice. He also sang with the Phil Harris Orchestra in 1932, recording "Here It is Only Monday".
Happy Jack" is a song by the British rock band the Who. It was released as a single in December 1966 in the United Kingdom, peaking at No. 3 in the charts. It peaked at No. 1 in Canada. It was also their first top 40 hit in the United States, where it was released in March 1967 and peaked at No. 24. It was included on the American version of their second album, Happy Jack, originally titled A Quick One in the UK.
I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman" was a hit single in 1967 composed by British songwriters Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway. It was a novelty record, performed mostly by whistling.
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Band Name The Who. Album Name Happy Jack (Single).
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NotesPurple and silver labels