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Freddie Keil And The Kavaliers - Take These Chains From My Heart FLAC album


Performer: Freddie Keil And The Kavaliers
Genre: Rock
Title: Take These Chains From My Heart
Released: 1963
Style: Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1192 mb
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Слушайте и скачивайте freddie keil and the kavaliers на Хотплеере в mp. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Pretty Susie Sunshine 02:12. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Little Papoose 02:22. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Multiplication 02:15. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Cinamon Cinder 02:10. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Oasis 02:23. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Should I 02:13. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Eighteen Yellow Roses 02:22. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Love Potion Number 9 01:57. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Honky Tonk 04:55. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Blues by Five 03:05. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers - Another Saturday.

Freddie Keil had originally been the lead vocalist with the Keil Isles up until 1960, when he had a disagreement with cousin Herma Keil and decided to leave the group and form one of his own. Initially his group was called the Zodiacs, until he changed it to Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers. The Zodiacs originally consisted of Freddie on vocals, Murphy on lead guitar, Williams on drums, John 'Yuk' Harrison on bass, Jimmy Langabeer on piano and Alphonso Keil on rhythm guitar. They released 11 singles for Zodiac between 1960 and 1965, as well as an album in 1963 called "Swing Awhile With Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers". Near the end of their time, they made a few appearances on TV's "C'mon" show, but their real problem was that they could not compete with the new sounds and style of groups like Ray Columbus and the Invaders and Max Merritt and the Meteors.

Freddie Keil & The Kavaliers, Freddy Keil And The Kavaliers, The Kavaliers. Take These Chains From My Heart ‎(7", Single).

Freddie Keil was a musician most notable as a member of The Keil Isles in New Zealand in the 1950s and 1960s. The former dry cleaner was born in Western Samoa and was part German. He migrated to New Zealand. In the 1950s he joined cousins Olaf, Rudolf, Klaus and Herma Keil and they became The Keil Isles which went on to become one of New Zealand's most successful groups of the 1950s and 1960s. After having a falling-out with his cousin Herma he left the band and formed his own group The Zodiacs who were to eventually change into Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers. All The Other Boys Are Talking, Take These Chains From My Heart – Zodiac Z-1109 – (1963). Don't Try To Fight It Baby, No Signs of Loneliness Here – Zodiac Z-1114 – (1963). Girls, Learnin', Trying To Forgive – Zodiac Z-1147- (1963).

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Cinamon Cinder 02:10. Theme from "The Pursuers" 02:32. Eighteen Yellow Roses 02:22. Another Saturday Night 02:17. Pretty Susie Sunshine 02:12. All songs from Swing Awhile with Freddy Keil and the Kavaliers.

Freddie Keil And The Kavaliers. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers Multiplication. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers Blues by Five. Freddie Keil and the Kavaliers No Sign of Lonliness Here.