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1Snoopy Versus The Red Baron
2I Needed You

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LR 3366The Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron ‎(7", Single)Laurie RecordsLR 3366US1966
3366The Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron ‎(7", Single)Laurie Records3366US1966
SS 574The Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron ‎(7", Single)StatesideSS 574Norway1966
G 766Los Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs El Baron Rojo ‎(7")Gamma G 766Mexico1967
LR-3366The Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron ‎(7", Single)Laurie RecordsLR-3366US1966

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Snoopy vs. the Red Baron is a novelty song written by Phil Gernhard and Dick Holler and recorded in 1966 by the Florida-based pop group The Royal Guardsmen. The song was recorded at the Charles Fuller Productions studio in Tampa, Florida, and was released as a single on Laurie Records. Bowing at 122 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 on December 10, 1966, the single skyrocketed to 30 on December 17, 1966 , shot up again to 7 on December 24, 1966 , and peaked at 2 on the Hot 100 during the week of. Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron - The Royal Guardsmen. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This was my one of my very first records. I think I got it as a birthday present in 1967 I was 13. Track List: A. The Red Baron 0:00 B. Royal Guardsmen. This 1966 novelty pop song details a fictional encounter between First World War ace pilot Manfred von Richthofen and Snoopy of Peanuts comic fame. This song was released soonThe Royal Guardsmen. This song was released soon. This song was released soon after Charles Schultz created the first comic of Snoopy imagining himself as a WWI fighter pilot, facing off against the Red Baron. Expand . The Red Baron 1966. The Royal Guardsmen. The Red Baron. Liberty Valance. The Royal Guardsmen - The Battle Of New Orleans. The Royal Guardsmen - Baby Lets Wait. The Royal Guardsmen - Bo Diddley. The Royal Guardsmen - Li'l Red Riding Hood. This is one weird and great rocking album - as solid as any long-player released by the Kingsmen, the Five Americans, or any other top garage band of the period. It opens with the all-too-ubiquitous title tune, a number two hit and a million-seller, and the latter is interspersed with goofy rock novelty numbers such as Peanut Butter and Alley Oop, and the dance-rock standard The Jolly Green Giant. And then come their crunchy covers of Bo Diddley's self-titled anthem and Road Runner. And they work in one original, Sweetmeats Slide, which is more of a goofy pop-novelty tune than anything else here, and really a. I bought this because Snoopy And The Red Baron is the first 45 single I can remember owning as a kid, and the original album may have been the first album I ever really took to as a kid, A very well worn and scruffy covered Laurie label 12-inch album is still packed away in a box here at the Tbrough mancave. Therefore, it's my nostalgia and I am 100 OK with that. This CD is a recording of the two Royal Guardsmen albums, Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron and Snoopy And His Friends. The Red Baron makes up the first 12 tracks. The Royal Guardsmen'' are a rock music band from Ocala, Florida, a sextet originally composed of Bill Balough bass guitar, John Burdett drums, Chris Nunley vocals, Tom Richards guitar, Billy Taylor organ, and Barry Winslow vocalsguitar. Rick Cosner replaced John Burdett on drums in 2006. Michael from Cincinnati, OhOn the album Snoopy vs. The Red Baron, each of the three Red Baron songs I don't consider Snoopy for President to be part of the group was preceded by a Story of. piece - a dialog meant to tell the background of the story ie what lead up to the events where the song starts. Jonnie from St. Louis, MoIn early 1968 The Royal Guardsmen changed their tune no pun intended and recorded a really nice, smooth change-of-pace song entitled I Say Love. A little like something The Critters, The Lovin' Spoonful or The Innocents would have done. C7 F Of the bloody Red Baron of Germany. Verse 2: F B In the nick of time, a hero arose, F C7 A funny lookin' dog, with a big black nose. G C The bloody Red Baron was in a fix G D7 He tried everything, but he'd run out of tricks. G C Snoopy fired once, then he fired twice, D7 G And the bloody Red Baron was spinnin' out of sight. Chorus 3: G C Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty and more, G D7 The bloody Red Baron was rollin' up the score. G C Eighty men died tryin' to end that spree, D7 G Of the bloody Red Baron of Germany. Chorus 4: G C Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty and more, G D7 The bloody Red Baron was rollin' up the score

Download The Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy Versus The Red Baron / I Needed You
Performer:
The Royal Guardsmen
Title:
Snoopy Versus The Red Baron / I Needed You
Genre:
MP3 size:
1968 mb
FLAC size:
1525 mb
WMA size:
2133 mb
Country:
Netherlands
Released:
Jan 1967
Label:
Stateside
Style:
Pop Rock
Rating:
4.7
Catalog №:
HSS 1163
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