Scott McKenzie - The Voice Of Scott McKenzie album flac
The Voice of Scott McKenzie," Scott McKenzie, on ODE Records/CBS, 1967, Stereo. Produced by John Phillips and Lou Adler.
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For reasons perhaps best known to himself, however, McKenzie's voice doesn't have as much range or flexibility on those two numbers as it seemed to show on "San Francisco. But when he does one of his originals, his expressiveness blooms, and he stays fairly strong on all of the rest
Scott McKenzie (born Philip Wallach Blondheim III; January 10, 1939 – August 18, 2012) was an American singer and songwriter. He was best known for his 1967 hit single and generational anthem, "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)". Philip Wallach Blondheim III was born in Jacksonville, Florida, on January 10, 1939, as the son of Philip Wallach Blondheim, Jr. by the former Dorothy Winifred Hudson
Altri album di Scott Mckenzie. Stained Glass Morning. San Francisco: The Very Best of Scott McKenzie. San Francisco - The Very Best of Scott McKenzie. The Voice of Scott McKenzie. only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed.
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Album by Scott McKenzie. San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair). Like An Old Time Movie. No No No No No. Celeste.
Scott McKenzie (born Philip Wallach Blondheim, January 10, 1939 – August 18, 2012) was an American singer and songwriter. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Voice of Scott McKenzie Album. was sampled in. The Sound of San Francisco by Global Deejays (2004). Dazed and Confused (Live) by Led Zeppelin (1976). San Francisco Anthem by Boo Banga, Big Rich and San Quinn (2008). see 19 more connections. is a cover of. Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon) by The Mamas & the Papas (1967). No, No, No, No, No. La Poupée Qui Fait Non by Michel Polnareff (1966). Reason to Believe by Tim Hardin (1965).
|A1||San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)||2:58|
|A3||It's Not Time Now||2:45|
|A4||What's The Difference (Chapter II)||2:41|
|A5||Reason To Believe||2:25|
|A6||Like An Old Time Movie||3:09|
|B1||No, No, No, No, No||2:19|
|B2||Don't Make Promises||3:25|
|B5||What's The Difference (Chapter I)||2:18|
- Mastered At – Customatrix
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
- Producer – John Phillips, Lou Adler
NotesColumbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing, as indicated by "Ƨ" in runouts. Label variation with titles left-justified and all writers credits except A2 appearing on separate line.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched exc. º): Ƨ ABZ-12-44002-1 º A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched exc. º): Ƨ AAZ12 44002-2 º A5
|Z12 44002||Scott McKenzie||The Voice Of Scott McKenzie (LP, Album)||Ode Records||Z12 44002||US||1967|
|EMB 31077||Scott McKenzie||San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair) (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Embassy||EMB 31077||Europe||Unknown|
|519250 2||Scott McKenzie||Superhits (CD, Album)||Columbia||519250 2||UK||2005|
|Ⓢ FL-1515||Scott McKenzie||The Voice Of Scott McKenzie (LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora)||First Record||Ⓢ FL-1515||Taiwan||1968|
|BP 233479||Scott McKenzie||The Voice Of Scott McKenzie (LP, Album, Mono)||CBS||BP 233479||Australia||1967|