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The Liverbirds - Peanut Butter

The Liverbirds - Peanut Butter
Title:
Peanut Butter
Performer:
The Liverbirds
Style:
Beat
Released:
1965
Catalog:
148 528 STF
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2273 mb
FLAC album size:
1063 mb
Genre:
Label:
Star-Club Records

Tracklist


1Why Do You Hang Around Me
Written-By – Pamela Birch
2:23
2Peanut Butter
Written-By – Goldsmith, Smith, Barnum, Cooper
2:45


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
148 528 STFThe Liverbirds Peanut Butter ‎(7", Single, Promo)Star-Club Records148 528 STFGermany1965


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Peanut Butter - The Liverbirds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Liverbirds were a British all-female beat group, based in Liverpool, active between 1963 and 1968. The hard-rocking quartet consisting of vocalist-guitarist Valerie Gell, guitarist-vocalist Pamela Birch, bassist-vocalist Mary McGlory and drummer Sylvia Saunders was one of the very few female bands on the Merseybeat scene. Songs in album The Liverbirds - More Of The Liverbirds 1966. The Liverbirds - Peanut Butter. The Liverbirds - It's So Exciting. The Liverbirds - He Hardly Ever Salls Me Honey Anymore. The Liverbirds - For Your Love. The Liverbirds - Oh No Not My Baby. The Liverbirds - Around And Around. The Liverbirds - Down Home Girl. The Liverbirds - He's Something Else. The Liverbirds - Heatwave. The Liverbirds - Why Do You Hanging Around Me. Peanut Butter 1965. Loop de Loop 1966. The story of the Liverbirds is the subject of the 2019 musical, Girls Don't Play Guitars, written by Ian Salmon and directed by Bob Eaton at the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool. Founding members McGlory and Saunders have been involved with the production and join in the cast on stage for the encore. Album: Peanut Butter - Single, 2016. One of the very few Merseybeat-bands with female members and probably the first girlgroup of all time: The Liverbirds from, surely, Liverpool The band took their name from the fictional creature 'Liver Bird' which is the symbol of the town of Liverpool. Like other beat bands of that time, the Liverbirds earned more success in Germany than in their native land. Peanut Butter is a track by The Liverbirds from the album More Of released in 1966. The Liverbirds released it on the album More of the Liverbirds in 1966. It was covered by Golden Quarter y Tony Preysler, The Liverbirds, Mr. Al, The Fabulous Gemtones and other artists. An adaptation is a musical work, which uses elements music or lyrics from another musical work. Baby Hully Gully written by Cliff Goldsmith, Fred Smith English July 1959. Peanut Butter written by H. Barnum, Marty Cooper English March 1961. The Liverbirds Peanut Butter. Artist: The Liverbirds, Song: Peanut Butter, Duration: 2:47, File type: mp3