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9 thoughts on “ In The Summertime - Various - Cocktail Of Hits - Volume Two - Disc Three

  1. Feb 21,  · Cocktail Mix, Vol. 3: Swingin' Singles is perfect retro music for partying or relaxing after a long, hard day at work with a glass of your favorite wine. It brings back great memories, too! These musical numbers are all classics and I think you'll be very pleased indeed if /5(4).
  2. The Hits label is back with 5 discs each dedicated to Summer anthems from different decades. Includes tracks from Scott McKenzie, the Byrds, Bill Withers, Boney M, Earth Wind & Fire, Wham, Christina Aguilera, Whitney Houston, P!nk, Pitbull and many more!3/5(1).
  3. Jul 06,  · Summer Holiday is released on the 14th July. When you talk about the 60s and British summer, you instantly know what comes to mind! This album is here to conjure up fond memories of that time, your long days spent down on the coast and all the great music that you lovingly remember!/5(11).
  4. Through the release of Now That's What I Call Music! 90 on 30 March , the release date in Ireland was three days before the UK release. Beginning with the release of Now That's What I Call Music! 91 on 24 July , the release dates in the UK and Ireland have been the same following the announcement of the Global Release Day campaign by.
  5. May 12,  · ‘Magic Summertime’ brings together 60 feel-good, singalong, summery tracks that span the years, all the way up to the present. Including classics from the likes of Michael Jackson, Abba, Wham!, Justin Timberlake and Billy Joel along with summer hits from DJ Jazzy Jeff And The Fresh Prince and Ricky Martin, the album will appeal to both the /5(93).
  6. Explore releases from the Long Island Music Co. Ltd. label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Long Island Music Co. Ltd. releases.
  7. Buy '70s Smash Hits, Vol. 3 (CD) by Various Artists (CD). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  8. The Marcels: Summertime (CD) The Marcels were one of the best doo-wop groups of the early sixties. Born and bred in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this racially-mixed group established their own style of exaggerated bass vocals accenting sometimes frantic, double-time harmonies and riffs.

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