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ELVIS PRESLEY - The Wonder Of You (1970).VOB (Size: 556.80 MB) (Files: 10)

 ELVIS PRESLEY - The Wonder Of You (1970).VOB

55.28 MB

 ELVIS PRESLEY - Suspicious Minds (1970).VOB

146.38 MB

 ENGELBERT HUMPERDINK - Les Bicyclettes De Belsize (1968).VOB

47.06 MB


37.25 MB


52.03 MB


342.00 KB

 TOM JONES - Green Green Grass of Home.VOB

78.37 MB

 TOM JONES - She's A Lady (1971).VOB

72.47 MB

 TOM JONES - Delilah (1968).VOB

67.63 MB

 info 219.txt

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PART 219

TOM JONES - Delilah (1968)
TOM JONES - She\'s A Lady (1971)
TOM JONES - Green Green Grass of Home
ENGELBERT HUMPERDINK - Les Bicyclettes De Belsize
ELVIS PRESLEY - Suspicious Minds (1970)
ELVIS PRESLEY - The Wonder Of You (1970)

\"Green Green Grass of Home\", written by Claude \"Curly\" Putman Jr., is a country song originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1964 and Bobby Bare in 1965. It was sung later by Tom Jones in 1966 when it reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 1 December staying there for a total of seven weeks. The Tom Jones record reached #11 pop, #12 easy listening on the Billboard US charts. Since then it has been a popular cover song, recorded, for example, by Charley Pride on his 1966 album \"Country\", by Johnny Cash on his 1968 \"Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison\" album, by Merle Haggard on his 1968 album \"Mama Tried\", by Hank Snow on his 1968 album \"Hits, Hits and More Hits\", by Joan Baez on her 1969 album \"David\'s Album\", by Elvis Presley in 1975 on his album \"Today\", and also by Kenny Rogers on his self-titled album, \"Kenny Rogers\", in 1977. Trini Lopez included the song on his Reprise Records album Trini Country .
\"Delilah\" was a song written by Les Reed, Barry Mason, and Sylvan Whittingham and recorded by Tom Jones in 1968. It reached No 1 in the charts of several countries including Germany and Switzerland. It reached No 2 in the British charts in March 1968 and was the sixth best selling single of that year. The US Billboard chart records its highest position as 15.The song has also been covered many times by other artists, including a reggae cover by Horace Andy, the goth rock band Inkubus Sukkubus on their album Wild, the Irish American punk band Flogging Molly on their live album Alive Behind the Green Door and The Sensational Alex Harvey Band whose single reached No 7 in the UK chart in 1975. In 1988 Delilah was covered by Paddy Goes To Holyhead.
\"She\'s A Lady\" is a song written by Paul Anka and performed by Tom Jones, and released in 1971. It is his highest charting U.S. release, peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. It is one of Tom Jones\'s most famous recordings. The song reached #4 on Billboard\'s Easy Listening survey and spawned a hit album.
\"Moon Over Naples\" was a 1965 instrumental single composed and originally performed by German bandleader Bert Kaempfert and was the first track on his album, \"The Magic Music of Far Away Places\". It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when lyrics were added by composer Eddie Snyder and songwriter Charlie Singleton, and the title was changed to \"Spanish Eyes\". Released in late 1965 in the United States, this recording reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent four weeks atop the Billboard Easy Listening chart[2] in early 1966. This vocal version was also a hit in Europe, where it sold an estimated 800,000 copies in Germany and made the UK Singles Chart twice, peaking at #49 in 1970 and then reaching #5 in August 1973.As \"Spanish Eyes,\" the song would go on to be performed by the likes of Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Wayne Newton, Faith No More and others.
\"Release Me\" is a popular song by Eddie Miller, Robert Yount, and Dub Williams, published in 1946.A version by Engelbert Humperdinck reached number one on the UK Singles Chart in 1967.The story of how the song reached number one in the UK Singles Chart is one of pure chance and being in the right place at the right time. In 1965, Humperdinck, who at the time was performing under the name of Gerry Dorsey, met up again with an old friend of his, Gordon Mills. By this time Mills was successfully managing Tom Jones. He took him onto his management roster and changed his name. He released a couple of near misses in the UK although one song \"Dommage, Dommage\" had been successful in Europe. Early in 1967 Humperdinck was asked to stand in for Dickie Valentine, who was ill, on the variety TV show Sunday Night at the London Palladium. The show was one of the biggest rating shows in the UK at the time. He sang his latest song, \"Release Me\", an old US country hit, on the show and it reached number one in the charts on 2 March and stayed there for six weeks, keeping \"Penny Lane\"/\"Strawberry Fields Forever\" by The Beatles off the top of the charts in the process. The record stayed in the charts for a record fifty-six consecutive weeks.
\"Les Bicyclettes de Belsize\" is a 1968 British musical short film (30 mins) starring Judy Huxtable and Anthony May. The title song of the film has been a hit for Mireille Mathieu and Engelbert Humperdinck (a top ten hit in the UK and a top 40 hit in the USA) amongst others.
Presley recorded \"Suspicious Minds\" along with at least another two hit singles—\"In the Ghetto\" and \"Kentucky Rain\"—in the so-called \"Memphis sessions\" of February 1969 at American Sound Studio.It reached number one in the United States in the week of November 1 and stayed there for that week. It would be Presley\'s final number-one single in the U.S. before his death. Rolling Stone later ranked it #91 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Elvis released \"The Wonder of You\" as a single on April 20, 1970. Its b-side song was \"Mama Liked the Roses.\" In the U.S., both songs charted at #9 together in the spring of 1970, though \"The Wonder of You\" was one of his most successful records in the UK ever, topping the UK Singles Chart for six weeks in the summer of that year. This was the 59th Top 40 hit of his career. \"The Wonder of You\" was one of about thirty five songs he would play live in concert, never recording it in a studio. The song went all the way to #1 on Billboard\'s adult contemporary chart for Presley.

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