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Sherbet - Summer Love FLAC album


Performer: Sherbet
Genre: Rock
Title: Summer Love
Country: Australia
Released: 1975
FLAC version ZIP size: 1914 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1954 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1451 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 266
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Summer Love" is a song by Australian pop group Sherbet which was released on 20 March 1975. It became their first number-one hit on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart. The band had had a string of top 40 hits in the early 1970s with "Can You Feel It Baby" in 1971. Summer Love" spent 2 weeks at number one in May 1975. The song was written by band members, Garth Porter and Clive Shakespeare. It was promoted on the newly aired ABC TV pop series, Countdown, which gave it wide exposure.

Sherbet's biggest singles were "Summer Love" (1975) and "Howzat" (1976), both reaching number one in Australia. Howzat" was also a top 5 hit in the United Kingdom. A Natural Progression, in December 1972 on Infinity Records. Also that month the band were voted 'Most Popular Australian Group' by readers of Go-Set in their annual pop poll. The album's accompanying single "You've Got the Gun", written by Shakespeare, Porter and Braithwaite, was Sherbet's first self-penned A-side, and peaked at No. 29 in January.

Howzat is an album by the Australian band Sherbet released in 1976. It spent two weeks at number one on the Australian albums chart in 1976. It includes two singles from the album: Howzat and Gimme' Love. The title track was also a number one hit and remains the group's biggest hit, especially outside of Australia, reaching the top 5 of the UK charts and also entering the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

This song is by Sherbet and appears on the album Magazine (1977) and on the compilation album Anthology (2008). Summer love is like no other loveOoh yeah-eah-eahSummer love is like no other loveYou know what I meanSummer love is like no other lo-ove

Summer Love" is a song by Australian pop group Sherbet which was released on 20 March 1975. Sherbet singles chronology. Silvery Moon" (1974). Summer Love" is a song by Australian pop group Sherbet which was released on 20 March 1975. The band had had a string of top 40 hits in the early 1970s with "Can You Feel It.

Summer Love" (Sherbet song), a 1975 song by Sherbet. Summer Love" or Moonlight Serenade, theme from the 20th Century-Fox film "The Star", a 1952 movie; composed by Victor Young. Summer Love", a 1957 song by Joni James. When composing songs for his second studio album, Timberlake went to former Justified collaborator Timbaland's studio in Virginia Beach, Virginia to begin sessions for his second album. However, not one of them had an idea of what the album would be–no plan for it and even a title. Summer Love/Set the Mood (Prelude)" was written and produced by Timo "Timbaland" Mosley, Nate "Danja" Hills and Timberlake himself. The song was recorded by Jimmy Douglas, while its mixing was done by Douglas together with Timbaland.

Engineer – E. Rose (tracks: B), Richard Lush (tracks: A). Producer – Sherbet. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label and Runout, stamped): 7YM1293.

Всё Album Compilation EP Live Video. Поиск: Back to the page of Sherbet. 7. Silvery Moon (Live on Countdown 1974). 8. Summer Love (Live). 9. Wishing Well (Live on GTK 1973). 10. Life (Live on Countdown 1975).

Tracklist

A Summer Love 3:33
B (You Go Your Way) I'll Go Mine 3:12

Notes

No Picture Sleeve

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMI-10709, EMI.10709 Sherbet Summer Love ‎(7", Single, Pic) EMI, EMI EMI-10709, EMI.10709 Australia 1975
F R 13582 Sherbet Summer Love ‎(7", Single, Promo) Decca F R 13582 UK 1975
F R 13582 Sherbet Summer Love ‎(7") Decca F R 13582 UK 1975
EMI-10709 Sherbet Summer Love ‎(7", Single, Promo) EMI EMI-10709 Australia 1975