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Buchanan And Goodman - The Flying Saucer flac album

Buchanan And Goodman - The Flying Saucer flac album Performer: Buchanan And Goodman
Title: The Flying Saucer
Style: Novelty
Released: 1956
MP3 album: 1760 mb
FLAC album: 1231 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MP3 AUD FLAC DMF APE VOC MPC
Genre: Rock / Pop

In June 1956, Goodman created his first record, "The Flying Saucer Parts 1 & II", which he co-wrote with his partner Bill Buchanan, and which was a four-minute rewrite of Orson Welles' War of the Worlds radio show. The court eventually ruled his sampled mix. was considered a parody, and was an entirely new work.

The Flying Saucer" was controversial for a different reason. Well, 18 different reasons to be precise. While artists had quoted other songs before, no one ever sampled the actual records before. The court, however, recognized the novelty tune as a new work and dismissed the charges

this record Yes, we are The flying saucer Has landed again Washington, The Secretary Of Defense has just said (Ain't that a shame) That was Skinny Dynamo's Record, That's A Shame This is John Cameron Cameron, part two Gathered around me are Several of the spacemen Tell us, have you come To conquer the world And now would you Repeat.

Artist: Buchanan & Goodman. Album: The Flying Saucer & Sci-Fi '50s Rock N' Roll. The Flying Saucer & Sci-Fi '50s Rock N' Roll: Best 2 songs. Buchanan & Ancell - The Creature (From A Science Fiction Movie) 02:42. Artist: Buchanan & Goodman.

Ouça The Flying Saucer (1 and 2) por Buchanan-Goodman - The Ultimate 50's Collection, Vol. 19. Deezer: Streaming de música gratuito. Descubra mais de 53 milhões de títulos, crie e ouça suas próprias playlists e compartilhe suas faixas preferidas com os seus amigos. We interrupt this record To bring you a special bulletin The reports of a flying saucer Hovering over the city Have been confirmed The flying saucers are real (Too real when I feel What my heart can't conceal) That was The Clatters Recording, Too Real We switch you now to our On the spot reporter downtown (Come on, baby Let's go.