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Unknown Artist - Current Hits Volume 4 Album

Unknown Artist - Current Hits Volume 4 Album
Performer: Unknown Artist
Title: Current Hits Volume 4
Country: US
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Style:Easy Listening
Released: 1963
Catalog Number: 1004
Label: Hit Records
MP3 album: 2935 mb
FLAC album: 1963 mb
TrackList
1Ruby Baby
Written-By – J. Leiber-M. Stoller
2You're The Reason I'm Living
Written-By – Darin
3South Street
Written-By – Appel, Mann
4Send Me Some Lovin'
Written By – Price-Marascalo
5Blame It On The Bossa Nova
Written-By – B. Mann-C. Weill
6End Of The World
Written-By – Kent, Dee
7What Will My Mary Say
Written By – Vance-Snyder
8Walk Like A Man
Written By – Crewe-Gaudio
9Let's Turkey Trot
Written By [Miscredited] – Jerry Goffin-Carole KingWritten-By – Jerry GoffinWritten-By [Uncredited] – Jack Keller
10Let's Limbo Some More
Written-By – Appel, Mann
11Our Day Will Come
Written By – Hilliard-Garson
12One Broken Heart For Sale
Written-By – Otis Blackwell, Winfield Scott
Versions
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HLP 1004Unknown Artist Current Hits Volume 4 ‎(LP, Comp)Hit Records HLP 1004US1963
Credits
  • EngineerBilly Sherrill, Cecil Scaife
  • ProducerBill Beasley
Notes
Here is Volume 4, 1963, of our Current Hits album series. The entire contents of this album were recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, a city that has earned and is continuing to earn the title as "the recording capitol of the world." These songs were recorded by some of the finest recording musicians in the country. Many of the background musicians used on these records are top name instrumental artists with hit records of their own on the national best selling chart at this time. The recording industry in Nashville has grown from a handful of musicians recording primarily country and western material to several hundred top flight musicians recording rock and roll, blues, country and western, symphonic, folk, and many other types that no title adequately describes.