Gonks Go Beat / I’ve Got A Horse - Various - Gonks

Gonks Go Beat / I’ve Got A Horse
Released 23rd February 2009. The times may a been a
changin’ as Dylan went electric, but not in British cinemas in 1965
when these B Picture movies were released by Anglo Amalgamated. With no
forward looking aspect to them they remain delightful time capsules from
a world when entertainment alone was the goal. Entirely ignoring
popular culture’s seismic movements at the time these films aimed at the
mass audience who were deemed to delight in frippery.At the same
time I Gotta Horse and Gonks Go Beat each generated exceptionally rare
soundtrack albums that are impossible to find today, and have never
before been reissued, which showcase some interesting artists and
combinations. For example exclusive tracks by Lulu, Graham Bond and a
terrific drum battle between Bobby Graham (also aka The Titan Studio
Orchestra.) /Alan White/Ronnie Verral/Ginger Baker on Gonks Go Beat,
with the specially penned Billy Fury material here placed in their
proper context.
Our Price: £9.95
Code: RETRO846
Weight: 200
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Gonks Go Beat OST Choc Ice Lulu and the Luvvers / Harmonica Graham Bond / Broken Pieces Elaine and Derek / Burn Up Titan Sound Orchestra / Love Is A Dream Alan David / Take This Train Long and the short / As Young As We Are Dougie Robinson and the Titan Studio Orchestra / Drum Battle Alan Grimley, Ronny Verrell, Andy White, Ronnie Stephenson / In Love With You Today Perry Ford / Penny For Your Thoughts Barbara Brown / Loving You Barbara Brown and Perry Ford / Gonks Go Beat Titan Studio Orchestra / The Only One Lulu and the Luvvers / Poor Boy Nashville Teens / Takes Two To Make Love Barbara Brown and Perry Ford / Finale Titan Studio Orchestra I’ve Got A Horse OSTI’ve Got A Horse Billy Fury / Stand By Me Billy Fury & The Gamblers / Do The Old Soft Shoe Billy Fury & Sheila O’Neil / I Cried All Night The Gamblers / Far Far Away The Bachelors / I Like Animals Billy Fury / Find Your Dream Billy Fury / Dressed Up For A Man Sheila O’Neil & Amanda Barrie / He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands The Bachelors / Won’t Somebody Tell Me Why Billy Fury / Problems Amanda Barrie & Michael Medwin / You’ve Got To Look Right For The Part Billy Fury, Amanda Barrie, Jon Pertwee Finale Medley : I’ve Gotta Horse / I Like Animals / Find Your Dream Billy Fury
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