The Arbors - A Symphony For Susan album download
|A||A Symphony For Susan||2:30|
|B||A Symphony For Susan||2:30|
- Published By – Kati Kris Music Co.
- Arranged By, Conductor, Written-By – Bill Stegmeyer
- Producer – Richard E. Carney*
NotesRADIO STATION COPY
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A & B Label): JZSP 115420
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|2-1529||The Arbors||A Symphony For Susan (7", Single)||Date||2-1529||US||1966|
|T4KM 4051||The Arbors||A Symphony For Susan (7", Single, Promo)||Carney Records||T4KM 4051||US||1966|
|T4KM 4052||The Arbors||A Symphony For Susan/Love Is The Light (7", Single)||Carney Records||T4KM 4052||US||1966|
|2-1529||The Arbors||A Symphony For Susan (7", Single, Promo)||Date||2-1529||US||1966|
|BA-221336||The Arbors||A Symphony For Susan (7", Single)||CBS||BA-221336||Australia||1966|
They recorded a single for Mercury Records which garnered little attention, but their next single, "A Symphony for Susan" (recorded for Carney Records), was reissued nationally on Columbia Records subsidiary, Date Records and hit on the US chart; they followed with the singles "Just Let it Happen" and "Graduation Day" (US In 1968, they recorded the song "Valley of the Dolls", which was not used in the movie of the same name, but which was released at the same time; it was overshadowed by the title song from the movie
A Symphony for Susan. Album: A Symphony for Susan, 2016. Charted at on Billboard Hot 100 in October 1966, and on Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. Beautiful vocal harmony piece.
Album Intro： The Arbors are the last great 'lost' vocal harmony act of the 1960s. While The Association, Harper's Bizarre and even The Four Seasons have seen their back catalogues repackaged and expanded and have slipped back into the mainstream forty years later, The Arbors continue to languish in semi-obscurity with virtually no reissues or compilation appearances to their name
The Arbors – A Symphony for Susan – 100 BPM. Categories: 100-109 BPM Workout Music, 1960s Workout Music, Pop Workout Music.
I Hear a Symphony is the eighth studio album released by American girl group the Supremes on the Motown label in 1966. According to Motown data the album sold over 1,900,000 copies. Positioned as a successful attempt to further bridge the gap between traditional pop music, the traditional Motown sound and soul, the album included the title track, the Supremes' sixth number-one single, and the Top Ten single "My World is Empty Without You"
A Symphony For Susan albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Ayrıca The Arbors şarkıcısına ait diğer albümleri de görebilirsiniz. A Symphony for Susan. Mas Que Nada (Pow Pow Pow). A Day In the Life of a Fool (Manha de Carnaval). So Nice (Summer Samba).