The Brothers Four - This Train / Summertime mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Pop / Folk music|
|Performer:||The Brothers Four|
|Title:||This Train / Summertime|
|Date of release:||1962|
|MP3 album size:||1902 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1110 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 VOC WAV MP4 VOX MPC AUD|
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My Tani" b/w "Ellie Lou (You Left Me There In Charleston)". Theme From 'La Fayette' (Slowly Slowly)" b/w "Darlin' Sportin' Jenny" (Non-album track). This Train" b/w "Summertime". - - Non-album tracks. Land Of The Midnight Sun" b/w "Five Weeks In A Balloon".
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The Brothers Four will be on tour in Arizona and California over the next two weeks, starting Friday, February 22nd and winding up on Sunday March 3rd. They also have one show in Washington State at the end of March. The dates and locations are below. The full-time lineup of The Brothers Four - as solid as ever - includes Mike McCoy, Karl Olsen, Mark Pearson and Bob Flick.
Listen to Four Brothers (Stereo) from The Four Brothers's Archive '57 (Stereo) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Led by singing drummer Marshall Munhumumwe, The Four Brothers came together in 1977 out of the ashes of the Great Sounds, and eventually became one of Zimbabwe's most popular musical acts. View full artist profile.
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In the Summertime is a 1970 album recorded by Mungo Jerry. It contains their biggest hit, "In the Summertime" and its B-side, "Mighty Man". Also included are the country hits, "San Francisco Bay Blues", recorded in 1954 by Jesse Fuller, Arthur Gunter's "Baby Let's Play House", also from 1954 and Woody Guthrie's "Dust Pneumonia Blues" which also appeared on the B-side of "In the Summertime".
|4 - 42450||The Brothers Four||This Train / Summertime (7", Single, Promo)||Columbia||4 - 42450||US||1962|
|4-42450||The Brothers Four||This Train / Summertime (7", Single)||Columbia||4-42450||Canada||1962|
|4 - 42450||The Brothers Four||This Train / Summertime (7", Single)||Columbia||4 - 42450||US||1962|