"A" Train - "A" Train download album
Take the "A" Train is a 1956 album by the American jazz singer Betty Roché. It was Roché's debut album. Take the "A" Train was reissued on CD in 2000, with two alternate takes of "Go Away Blues". Take the "A" Train" (Billy Strayhorn) – 3:13.
A" Train formed in Shreveport, Louisiana, December 1977 and lasted until May 1987. This vinyl LP was first released in July 1979 on the Southern Star label, which was the name of the studio where it was recorded. In 1978 these six young musicians had almost no studio experience when they set up and recorded 6 self-penned originals and three songs written by close friends. It became the bestseller at SOOTO Record store and reached on the local FM radio station. From there it kind of 'grew legs' and showed up in different markets, resulting in offers for the band in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Tulsa, OK, Dallas and beyond.
Strangers on a Train (aka Voices Calling) is the third and final studio album by American baroque pop band The Left Banke and was released in March 1986. The album was recorded by a reformed line-up of the band, featuring three of the original members: Steve Martin, Tom Finn, and George Cameron . Original member of The Left Banke, Michael Brown had initially been involved with the recording of this album but left after working on at least five different songs. Recording engineer/producer Les Fradkin was also involved with the same recording sessions featuring Michael Brown.
Strangers on a Train (novel). List of Shameless (. Strangers on a Train (album). Strangers on a Train (aka Voices Calling) is the third and final album by the American rock band The Left Banke and was released in March 1986. Although the album was released in 1986, it had actually been recorded some eight years earlier in 1978.
Nance’s solo on ‘Take the ‘A’ Train’ was so integral to the composition that he repeated it nightly verbatim. When he left in 1965, Cootie Williams continued playing his successor’s solo. I n 1941 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra introduced Take the ‘A’ Train, a composition that was later to become their signature tune. Their February 15 recording entered the pop charts in July and remained there for seven weeks, rising to number eleven. Ellington’s orchestra would see the same recording become a hit two.
Strangers on a Train (album). Strangers on a Train. Studio album by The Left Banke. Although Strangers on a Train was recorded in 1978, it wasn't released until eight years later in 1986. The album was issued in the . by the West Coast rock and Grateful Dead specialist label, Relix Records Track listing. Side 1. "Hold on Tight" (Tom Finn) – 2:45.
|A2||Bend Over Baby|
|A3||Trip On Your Lip|
|A5||When I Call Your Name|
|B1||I Don't Want To Lose You|
|B2||When Did You Lose Your Love For Me?|
|B3||Color Of Your Hair|
|B4||Puerto Rican Hotel|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3760179352238
|306||"A" Train||"A" Train (LP, Album)||Southern Star Recording||306||US||1979|
|THCD-142||"A" Train||A Train (CD, Album, RE, RM, Min)||Think! Records||THCD-142||Japan||2010|
|SR-002||"A" Train||"A" Train (LP)||Sooto Records||SR-002||US||1979|