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The Artwoods - Art Gallery MP3
The Artwoods - Art Gallery MP3
Performer: The Artwoods
Title: Art Gallery
Label: Decca
Country: Europe
Released: 2016
Style: Mod
Cat: LK 4830
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1612 mb | MP3 size: 1039 mb | WMA size: 2477 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Walk On The Wild Side
Arranged By – NelsonWritten-By – Bernstein, David
2I Keep Forgettin'
Written-By – Leiber; Stoller
3Be My Lady
Written-By – Jackson, Jones, Dunn, Cropper
4Down In The Valley
Written-By – Burns, Burke
5Can You Hear Me
Written-By – Allen Toussaint
6Stop And Think It Over
Written-By – Nat Jones
7Work, Work, Work
Written-By – N. Neville
8Don't Cry No More
Written-By – D. Malone
9If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody
Written-By – Rudy Clarke
10Things Get Better
Written-By – Floyd, Cropper, Jackson
11One More Heartache
Written-By – Tarplin, Rogers, White, Robinson, Moore
12Keep Lookin'
Written-By – Burke, Burke, Burke

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LK 4830The Artwoods Art Gallery ‎(LP, Album, Mono)DeccaLK 4830UK1966
ND 576The Artwoods Art Gallery ‎(LP, Album, Mono)DeccaND 576Germany1970
REP 4533-WPThe Artwoods Art Gallery ‎(CD, Album, RE)Repertoire RecordsREP 4533-WPGermany1995
noneThe Artwoods Art Gallery ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Artwoods)noneUnknown
noneThe Artwoods Art Gallery ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Artwoods)noneUnknown

Credits

  • Bass GuitarMalcolm Poole
  • DrumsKeef Hartley
  • EngineerJohn Mackswith
  • GuitarDerek Griffiths
  • Liner NotesPontius Elbows
  • OrganJon Lord
  • ProducerMike Vernon
  • VocalsArt Wood

Notes

RE - Released on an unboxed red/silver Decca ''ear'' label.
Remastered in STEREO

Album

1-Can You Hear Me 2- Down In The Valley 3- Things Get Better 4- Walk On The Wild Side 5- I Keep Forgettin' 6- Keep Lookin' 7- One More Heartache 8- free to The Artwoods Art Gallery Can You Hear Me, Down in the Valley and more. 26 tracks 77:24. The Artwoods were formed in 1963, and over the next two years became an extremely popular live attraction, rivaling groups such as the Animals, although, despite releasing a clutch of singles and an album, their record sales never reflected this popularity. Singer Arthur Wood, from whom the band took their name, was the elder brother of The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood. Songs in album The Artwoods - Art Gallery The Artwoods 1964-1967 1995. The Artwoods - Can You Hear Me. The Artwoods - Down In The Valley. The Artwoods - Things Get Better. The Artwoods - Walk On The Wild Side. The Artwoods - I Keep Forgettin'. The Artwoods - Keep Lookin'. The Artwoods - One More Heartache. The Artwoods - Work, Work, Work. The Artwoods - Be My Lady. The Artwoods' only album was an enjoyable mixture of club-oriented soul, R&B, and jazz with a strong organ spice, although it found them falling seriously behind their contemporaries in the British R&B scene in a crucial respect. Not one of the dozen tracks was a group original, and their vocal and interpretive ability was not so strong as to make that shortfall an irrelevance. The Artwoods. Can You Hear Me. Written-By Toussaint. Down In The Valley. Written-By Berns , Burke. Things Get Better. Written-By Jackson , Floyd , Cropper. Walk On The Wild Side. Arranged By Nelson Written-By Bernstein , D. I Keep Forgettin'. Written-By LeiberStoller. Keep Lookin'. Written-By D. Burke , M. Burke , S. THE ARTWOODS Arts Gallery TOP SOUNDS TSLP 007, TSSCD 007 TSLP 007 VINYL album with 16 page booklet UK including postage Europe including postage USA, Canada including postage TSSCD 007 COMPACT DISC with 24 page booklet UK with free postage Europe including postage USA, Canada . Just a quick note to say that The Artwoods' 'In The Deep End' features on a new Grapefruit Records 3-CD box set entitled Let's Go Down And Blow Our Minds The British Psychedelic Sounds Of 1967. Out this Friday lets-go-down-blow-our-minds-t . Bands Jon Lord Art Gallery The Artwoods 1964-1967. Jon Lord - Art Gallery The Artwoods 1964-1967 1995. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The Artwoods also sometimes known by Decca Records as the Art Woods were an English rock band who formed in 1963 and were professionally active between 1964 and 1967. They were a popular live attraction, rivalling groups such as the Animals, although, despite releasing a clutch of singles and an album, their record sales never reflected this popularity. Singer Arthur Wood, from whom the band took their name, was the eldest brother of Ronnie Wood who later found fame with the Faces and Rolling. Art Gallery. One of the finest British R&B groups of the Sixties, The Artwoods starred such great players as organist Jon Lord, who later found fame with Deep Purple and Whitesnake, and dynamic drummer Keef Hartley, who went on to play with John Mayall. Here are the original 12 dynamic performances from their rare 1966 album, together with the best of their EP and singles tracks. Singer Art Wood roars through cover versions of soul classics like I Keep Forgettin, while Jon Lord raves it up on his Hammond organ showcase number Walk On The Wildside. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Art Gallery, 1965. Can You Hear Me, 02:59. Down In the Valley, 03:03. Things Get Better, 02:28. Walk On the Wild Side, 05:34. I Keep Forgettin', 02:31. Keep Lookin', 03:09. One More Heartache, 03:14. Work, Work, Work, 03:31

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