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Mr. Joseph Newman - What A Game It Is, Wow! Wow! / Martha Made Me Do The Tango FLAC album


Performer: Mr. Joseph Newman
Genre: Pop music
Title: What A Game It Is, Wow! Wow! / Martha Made Me Do The Tango
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1385 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1707 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1816 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 907
Other Formats: RA AHX MP1 AAC WAV AIFF XM

Good Old Boys is the fourth studio album by Randy Newman, released in September 1974 on Reprise Records, catalogue number 2193. It was Newman's first album to obtain major commercial success, peaking at number 36 on the Billboard 200. The premiere live performance of the album took place on October 5, 1974, at the Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, with guest Ry Cooder and Newman conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Sail Away is an album by Randy Newman, released in May 1972. It was produced by Lenny Waronker and Russ Titelman and issued on Reprise Records. While all of its songs were written and composed by Newman, several had already been recorded by other artists. In 2003, it was ranked number 321 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

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