Billy Strange & The Challengers - What If It Should Rain FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: What If It Should Rain
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1266 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1531 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1331 mb
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Complete your Billy Strange & The Challengers collection. Stranger On The Shore. What If It Should Rain. Somewhere My Love (Lara's Theme From The Motion Picture Dr. Zhivago). Bitter Taste Of Love. Strangers In The Night. Billy Strange & The Challengers - Successi Beat E Chitarre (LP, Album, Mono).
William Everett Strange (September 29, 1930 – February 22, 2012) was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor. He was a session musician with the famed Wrecking Crew, and was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum as a member of The Wrecking Crew in 2007. Billy Strange was born in Long Beach, California on September 29, 1930
Billy Strange & The Challengers Somewhere My Love. Billy Strange & The Challengers What If It Should Rain. Billy Strange & The Challengers Bitter Taste Of Love. Billy Strange & The Challengers Work Song.
Billy Strange and the Challengers.
Billy Strange & The Challengers by Billy Strange & The Challengers. Cast Your Fate to the Wind. Billy Strange & The Challengers. Originally by Vince Guaraldi Trio.
Strange also composed the musical soundtrack for two of Presley's films Live a Little, Love a Little and The Trouble with Girls. He also wrote "Limbo Rock" that was recorded by The Champs and Chubby Checker. Strange recorded arrangements of James Bond movie themes for GNP Crescendo Records and provided the instrumental backing and arrangement for Nancy Sinatra's non-soundtrack version of "You Only Live Twice" as well as Nancy and Frank Sinatra's "Somethin' Stupid". Strange played guitar on numerous Beach Boys hits, including "Sloop John B" and the Pet Sounds album. He also played guitar for Nancy Sinatra, Jan & Dean, The Ventures, Willie Nelson, The Everly Brothers, Wanda Jackson, Randy Newman, and Nat King Cole, among others. One of his most famous performances is on Nancy Sinatra's version of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)".
The man who played the haunting guitar is Billy Strange, a veteran studio guitar player, singer, arranger, composer and producer. He was so kind to talk with me about the birth of this enthralling song. Lost & Sound: Did you arrange the song? Billy Strange: There was no arrangement. I just played what I thought was appropriate and Nancy liked the way it was sounding, so we recorded it. L&S: Why did you decide to record it with just one guitar? BS: It was just as if the song called for it. More than one instrument would have been too many. L&S: What kind of sound effect did you use.
|What If It Should Rain|
|GNP 380x||Billy Strange & The Challengers||Billy Strange & The Challengers - What If It Should Rain (7", Single)||GNP Crescendo||GNP 380x||US||1966|
|GNP 380X||Billy Strange & The Challengers||Billy Strange & The Challengers - What If It Should Rain (7", Single, Promo)||GNP Crescendo||GNP 380X||US||Unknown|