The Righteous Brothers - In Concert FLAC album
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William Thomas Medley (born September 19, 1940) is an American singer and songwriter, best known as one half of The Righteous Brothers. He is noted for his bass-baritone voice, exemplified in songs such as "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'". Medley produced a number of the duo's songs, including "Unchained Melody" and "Soul and Inspiration". Medley is a successful solo artist, and his million-selling duet with Jennifer Warnes "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" won a number of awards.
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radio stations (obscuring the original ""A-side"" song), and became a hit and launched Vincent as a rock 'n' roll star. Once again the legends in concert series captures all the atmosphere and magic enjoyed by millions in awe of Sammy Davis Jr. . a (mr wonderful) in concert a must for any fan of his. 15 tracks live in concert by the original black Jewish rat-packer. Mr. Wonderful himself, Mr. Sammy Davis Jr. captured live in his prime, performing his best-known hits including 'Birth Of The Blues' and.
The Righteous Brothers's Concert History. The Righteous Brothers were the musical duo of Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield. They recorded from 1963 through 1975, and continued to perform live until Hatfield's death in 2003. Their emotive vocal stylings were sometimes dubbed "blue-eyed soul. Concert Archives users have seen The Righteous Brothers 10 times.
The Righteous Brothers- In 1964, this California duo went into the studio with producer Phil Spector. The result was some great blue-eyed soul. Above all else was You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’, a soaring tune that became the single most played song in radio history. Bill Medley (right) delivered the great low notes, while Bobby Hatfield twittered gleefully on the high end. kt cagney. Bobby Hatfield Bill Medley Unchained Melody American Singers Singing Brother Sibling.
|1||Old Time Rock & Roll||2:00|
|2||(You're My) Soul And Inspiration||4:26|
|5||Georgia On My Mind||1:57|
|6||Let It Be Me||1:57|
|8||Just Once In My Life||2:38|
|9||Rock & Roll Heaven||4:26|
|10||Brown Eyed Woman||4:48|
|11||Hold On! I'm Comin'||1:17|
|15||Ko Ko Joe||0:54|
|16||Little Latin Lupe Lu||1:32|
|18||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'||6:51|
|19||Old Time Rock & Roll||2:56|
- Art Direction – Bill Bohnert
- Cameraman – Dave Levisohn, Dean Hall , Hector Ramirez , Rocky Danielson, Sam Drummy
- Conductor [For The Righteous Brothers] – Barry Rillera
- Executive Producer – Jay Harvey, Judi Barlowe Fields
- Executive Producer [Executive In Charge For Oak Media] – Kenneth M. Papagan
- Executive Producer [Executive In Charge Of Production] – Howard G. Malley
- Film Director – Jeff Margolis
- Film Director [Associate] – Ellen Brown
- Film Editor [Videotape, Assistant] – Dennis Vahe
- Film Editor [Videotape] – Pam Marshall
- Film Producer – Jay Harvey
- Film Producer [Assistant To The Producer] – Leslie Bertram
- Film Producer [Associate] – Craig Golin
- Film Producer [Production Staff] – Bruce Golin, Butch Rillera, Curt Collins, Rick Barlowe, Suzan Bymel*, Terri Lindsey
- Film Technician [Audio] – John Palacio
- Film Technician [Technical Director] – John Field
- Film Technician [Video] – Ed Greene
- Lighting Director – Jeff Engel
- Musician [The Righteous Brothers Band] – Barry Rillera, David "Magic" Bronson*, Fritz Wienecke, Greg Prechel*, Hal Ratliff, John Van Tongren*, Jose Silva*, Leo Potts, Paul Bishop , Wayne Wayne
- Other [Make-up] – Mary Resnik
- Other [Publicity] – Guy Thomas
- Performer – Bill Medley, Bobby Hatfield
- Stage Manager – David Wader
NotesVideo: Color 4:3 Full Screen
Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo
Total length: 60 minutes
Filmed live at the Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles in 1983.
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Printed in the USA.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 032031167193
- Other (ISBN): 0-7697-1671-7
- Other (DADC manufacturing code): DVSS-072960A1 1
- Other (IFPI Code, Manufacturing): IFPI L333
- Other (IFPI Code, Mould): IFPI OH38
- Other (Other DVD Matrix data): A04