Greg Hill & Route 66 - Route 66 FLAC album
Title: Route 66
Style: Power Pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1604 mb
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(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" is a popular rhythm and blues standard, composed in 1946 by American songwriter Bobby Troup. The song uses a twelve-bar blues arrangement and the lyrics follow the path of . Route 66 (US 66), which traversed the western two-thirds of the . from Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California. Nat King Cole, with the King Cole Trio, first recorded the song the same year and it became a hit, appearing on Billboard magazine's R&B and pop charts.
On many occasions, Route 66 runs along the fearsome and feared "San Andreas Fault", the source of many geological movements. Above: Gas station in Goffs, California. As we overcome various peaks, the Cadiz Summit and then Cajon Pass (3,777 f. lead us from Barstow to San Bernardino. The ghost town of Calico, about 3 miles off Route 66, includes the abandoned buildings of an old mining town founded in 1881 in the Calico Mountains, in the heart of the Mojave Desert. Its subsoil filled with silver ore drew up to 1,200 people and over 500 silver mines and bars, arcades, brothels. and some churches needed for the community to thrive.
The complete Route 66 travel guide: full information on its attractions, landmarks, itineraries, sights, maps, hotels and lodging. Route 66: An Icon of American Culture. Kirkwood Creve Coeur Maryland Heights Bridgeton Hazelwood Des Peres Rock Hill Saint Louis Wildwood Marlborough Crestwood Sunset Hills Fenton Times Beach Eureka Allenton Pacific Gray Summit Villa Ridge St. Clair Stanton Sullivan Bourbon Hofflins Cuba Fanning Rosati St. James Doolittle Newburg Arlington Jerome Powellville Clementine Hooker Devil’s Elbow Morgan Heights St. Robert Waynesville Buckhorn Laquey Gascozark Hazelgreen Lebanon Caffeyville Phillipsburg Conway Sampson.
Plan a historic Route 66 road trip from Chicago to Los Angeles or travel a small stretch of the Mother Road with tips, sights, and maps. The romance of Route 66 continues to captivate people around the world. Running between Chicago and Los Angeles, over two thousand miles all the way in the words of the popular R&B anthem, this legendary old road passes through the heart of the United States on a diagonal trip that takes in some of the country’s most archetypal roadside scenes. If you’re looking for great displays of neon signs, rusty middle-of-nowhere truck stops, or kitschy Americana, do as the song says and get your kicks on Route 66. Route 66 Books.
Hey, Route 66 is a long stretch of highway, meaning you can’t drive it all without making a few stops. But if you must stop, avoid the Hotel Monte Vista. According to Haunted Route 66: Ghosts of America's Legendary Highway, reports from that hotel indicate restless spirits like to roam the halls. Especially avoid the second floor, which is supposedly haunted by so many spirits, hotel management can’t put pets on that floor or they freak out. The scariest place might be the basement, where reports of a baby crying over and over again have been made quite a few times.
Album Music for the Masses. Well, if you ever plan to motor west Come my way, take the highway, that's the best Get your kicks on Route 66 Well, it winds from Chicago to . More than two thousand miles all the way Get your kicks on Route 66. Well it goes to St. Louis, down to Missouri Oklahoma City looks oh-so pretty You'll see Amarillo, Gallup, New Mexico Flagstaff, Arizona, don't forget Winona Kingman, Barstow, San Bernardino If you get hip to this kind of trip And go take that California trip Get your kicks on Route 66.
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|A1||Gremlin In The Kremlin|
|A3||Leather & Lace|
Written-By – Julian Hill
|B1||Rebel Without Applause|
|B2||In The City|
- Recorded At – Rival Studios
- Recorded At – Mild Manor
- Recorded At – Alto Studios, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Scarf Studios
- Mixed At – Real To Reel Studios
- Mixed At – Scarf Studios
- Bass – Greg Hill (tracks: A4, A5), Julian Hill (tracks: B1 to B5), Stan Halbkat (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Drums – Dean Katz (tracks: B1 to B5), Mauro Magellan (tracks: A1 to A3), Oberheim (tracks: A4, A5)
- Engineer [Mixing] – Ed Roland (tracks: A1 to A5)
- Engineer [Recording] – Paul McDonald , Rick Price (tracks: A1 to A5)
- Guitar, Vocals – Greg Hill
- Written-By – Greg Hill (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)