Frankie Yankovic - 40 Hits I Almost Missed FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: 40 Hits I Almost Missed
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Listen to albums and songs from Frankie Yankovic. The Best of 40S. Various Artists. About Frankie Yankovic. Hits I Almost Missed. Singles & EPs. Play.
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Frank John "Frankie" Yankovic (July 28, 1915 – December 24, 2008) was an American accordion player and polka musician. Known as "America's Polka King," Yankovic was considered the premier artist to play in the Slovenian style during his long career. He is not related to fellow accordionist "Weird Al" Yankovic, although the two have collaborated. Born to Slovene immigrant parents, Yankovic was raised in the Collinwood neighborhood on Cleveland's East Side.
album: Hits I Almost Missed. album: Greatest Hits. Chicagoland Twirl Polka. album: Frankie Yankovic's Tv Polkas. Frankie Yankovic And His Yanks - In Heaven There Is No Beer. album: Polkas & Waltzes: Just for Fun. Frankie Yankovic And His Yanks - When You're Away (Kukavica).
These studio recordings from the late '40s feature versions of Yankovic's two biggest hits, "Blue Skirt Waltz" (performed here with a male vocal group instead of the Marlin Sisters) and "Just Because," both of which sold well in the pop and country fields. The set is otherwise packed with twin-accordion polkas and waltzes, with vocal numbers sprinkled throughout.
Yankovic released his second album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D in 1984. The first single "Eat It", a parody of the Michael Jackson song "Beat It", became popular, thanks in part to the music video, a shot-for-shot parody of Jackson's "Beat It" music video, and what Yankovic described as his "uncanny resemblance" to Jackson. Yankovic is well known for creating parodies of contemporary radio hits, typically which make up about half of his studio releases. Although many of Yankovic's songs are parodies of contemporary radio hits, it is rare that the song's primary topic lampoons the original artist as a person, or the song itself. Most Yankovic songs consist of the original song's music, with a separate, unrelated set of amusing lyrics.
Greatest Hits by Frank Yankovic. com, this product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This CD, also titled 60th Anniversary Greatest Hits, should not be confused with a Sony/Columbia release, Frankie Yankovic and His Yanks' Greatest Hits. The current CD was not recorded on the 60th anniversary of anything. It is simply snitches and snatches of material originally released on vinyl in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
I'll Remember Today - Remembering Johnny Pecon & Lou Trebar. Frankie Yankovic And His Accordion - Hoop-Dee-Doo (VintageMusic. 1949 HITS ARCHIVE: Blue Skirt Waltz - Frankie Yankovic (his original version).
|A1||Red Raven Polka|
|A2||Blue Bird Waltz|
|A3||Oh, Suzannah Schottische|
|A9||Life In The Finnish Woods|
|A10||Johnnys Knockin' - Polka|
|B1||Skal Skal Skal|
|B2||Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie|
|B3||From A Jack To A King|
|B5||Iron Range - Polka|
|C1||No Beer Today|
|C3||Red Wing Polka|
|C4||Ei Ei Ei O Polka|
|C6||Ai A Ne|
|D1||You Light Up My Life|
|D2||Tavern In The Town|
|D3||All I Need Is You|
|D6||On The Beach|
|D9||Eins Zwei G'Suffa|