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Scibek Brothers Orch. - Polka Pleasures album mp3

Performer: Scibek Brothers Orch.
Title: Polka Pleasures
Released: 1975
Style: Polka
Category: Country, Folk
Album rating: 4.9
Votes: 733
Size MP3: 1695 mb
Size FLAC: 1373 mb
Size WMA: 1228 mb
Other formats: DXD MP3 AU VOX ADX MIDI AA

Tracklist

A1 I Don’t Want Six Kids Polka
A2 Sing And Dance Polka
A3 Wally’s Oberek
A4 Take Me Baby Polka
A5 Our Mother’s Oberek
A6 Fan Club Polka
B1 Open Up Your Heart Polka
B2 Rocks And Stones Polka
B3 Who Knows Oberek
B4 Maryszka Moja Polka
B5 My Heart Skips A Beat Polka

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Bel-Aire Recording Studio

Credits

  • Engineer – Paul Stanczyk

Scibek Brothers Orch. Label: Bel-Aire ‎– LP 4034. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.

Scibek Brothers Orch. A1 I Don’t Want Six Kids Polka A2 Sing And Dance Polka A3 Wally’s Oberek A4 Take Me Baby Polka A5 Our Mother’s Oberek A6 Fan Club Polka B1 Open Up Your Heart Polka B2 Rocks And Stones Polka B3 Who Knows Oberek B4 Maryszka Moja Polka B5 My. Heart Skips A Beat Polka

ORCH5 sample The orchestra hit has been identified as a "hip hop cliché". In 1990, Musician magazine stated that Fairlight's ORCH5 sample was "the orchestral hit that was heard on every rap and techno-pop record of the early 1980s"

Scientific American reported that the image on the cover of Unknown Pleasures was not the first time a pulsar had been graphed. That took place in 1967 in Cambridge, England. The magazine traced Joy Division’s particular image to one created by the Arecibo Radio Observatory and published in 1970 by Dr. Harold D. Craft, Jr. in his PhD thesis titled, Radio Observations of the Pulse Profiles and Dispersion Measures of Twelve Pulsars. A Cornell astronomy professor he was friends with was the first to bring the album to his attention. I went to the record store and, son of a gun, there it was, Craft said. So I bought an album, and then there was a poster that I had of it, so I bought one of those, too, just for no particular reason, except that it’s my image, and I ought to have a copy of it. For further reading, Scientific American delves deep into the science of pulsars and the means by which the image was made.

Features Song Lyrics for The Doobie Brothers's Guilty Pleasures album. The Doobie Brothers Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

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