Steve And His Hot Shots - The Press / My Buddy FLAC album
Genre: Audio recording / Folk and World music
Title: The Press / My Buddy
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Arranged by George P. Stephens. Recorded in Dallas, TX. Tuesday, October 15, 1929. Originally issued on the 1929 single (Victor 23699) (78 RPM). This recording taken from the 1999 album "The Corn Shucker's Frolic Vol. 2" (Yazoo 2046) (CD). Стандартная лицензия YouTube. Предложено пользователем Live Nation Video Network.
Hot Shots is a compilation album by the Canadian rock band Trooper, released in March 1979. The album consists of the band's most popular songs with some modifications. Hot Shots broke all records for Canadian sales of an album by a Canadian act, reaching quadruple-platinum. The Boys in the Bright White Sports Car" is a slightly different re-recording of a track from the 1976 album Two for the Show. 2:59 - "The Boys in the Bright White Sports Car". 3:10 - "Baby Woncha Please Come Home".
The Cornshucker's Frolic, Vol. 2. Primary Artist.
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Part Deux, Jim Abrahams' sequel to Hot Shots - only now the object of the skewering is the Stallone Rambo movies instead of Top Gun. Charlie Sheen returns as the lunk-headed Topper Harley, who has retreated to a Buddhist monastery after being dumped by Ramada Rodham Hayman (Valerie Golino). In this far-off retreat, the monks have. Movie references, sight gags, silly puns, and double entendres abound in Hot Shots! Part Deux, Jim Abrahams' sequel to Hot Shots - only now the object of the skewering is the Stallone Rambo movies instead of Top Gun. In this far-off retreat, the monks have "taken a vow of celibacy, just like their fathers and their fathers before them.
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- Record Company – RCA Victor Company, Inc.
- Vocals – G. P. Stephens*
- Written-By – G. P. Stephens*
NotesSide A: With accompaniment of fiddle, banjo, guitar, and cello by unknown artists.
Side B: With accompaniment of fiddle, guitar, and cello by unknown artists.
Side A recorded 16 October 1929 in Dallas, TX.
Side B recorded 15 October 1929 in Dallas, TX.
Side A matrix no. 56391-.
Side B matrix no. 56390-.
Victor reported total sales of 1867 copies.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A 40308A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A 40308B