Publié sur: 21 Jun 1997
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1427 mb | taille MP3: 2130 mb | taille WMA: 2583 mb
|2||Movin' (Mono Version)|
|8||Movin' (Stereo Version)|
|9||El Aguila (The Eagle)|
|12||Main Title From "Ride The Wild Surf"|
|17||Devil Driver's Theme|
|20||Che Che Che|
|22||Let's Go Trippin'|
|BVCP-2301||The Astronauts||Movin' (CD, Comp)||BMG Victor Inc.||BVCP-2301||Japan||1990|
|BVCM-35376||The Astronauts||Movin' (CD, Comp, Mono, RE)||RCA, BMG||BVCM-35376||Japan||2008|
- Compiled By – Eiichi Ohtaki
Track#3 is original soundtrack recording from the film "Surf Party".
Track#4 is main title from 20th Century Fox Picture "Surf Party".
Track#20 is from 20th Century Fox Picture "Ride The Wild Surf".
Complied by Eiichi Ohtaki
- Record Company – BMG Japan, Inc.
Movin' - The Astronauts. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Rock Pop-Rock Surf Rock. The Astronauts. Songs in album The Astronauts - Surfin' With The Astronauts 1963. The Astronauts - Baja. The Astronauts - Surfin' . The Astronauts - Miserlou. The Astronauts - Surfer's Stomp. The Astronauts - Susie-Q. The Astronauts - Pipeline. The Astronauts - Kuk. The As. Download and listen online Movin' by The Astronauts. Genre - Rock. Duration 02:00. Format mp3. On this page you can download song The Astronauts - Movin' in mp3 and listen online. Surfin' With The Astronauts. Listen free to The Astronauts Movin' Movin' Mono Version, Hot-Doggin' and more. 22 tracks 47:09. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Astronauts are Sleeping Volume 1 - Her Space Holiday. The Astronauts were an American rock and roll band, who had a minor hit in 1963 with Baja and remained successful for several years, especially in Japan. They have been described as being, along with. the Trashmen, the premier landlocked Midwestern surf group of the '60s. For most of their career, the band members were Rich Fifield, Jon Storm Patterson, Bob Demmon, Dennis Lindsey, and Jim Gallagher. Surfin' with the Astronauts 1963. Considering that, by their own admission, the Astronauts had not only never played surf music, but had never heard of surf music before they were signed to record this album - which was done in two days during May of 1963 - the results are not only very good, but astounding. The long-player, which also marked only the group's second time in the recording studio and the first for this version of the band, does what any good surf music album should do, imparting a sense of forward momentum and never letting up