Balsara And His Singing Sitars - Great International Hits album FLAC
Great International Hits (LP, Album, Mono). Balsara & His Singing Sitars. Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP). BS 203. Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP, Album).
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Balsara & His Singing Sitars – Great International Hits. Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen. Great International Hits (LP, Album, Club).
Balsara & His Singing Sitars If I Had A Hammer. Balsara & His Singing Sitars Lemon Tree. Balsara and his Singing Sitars I Want to Hold Your Hand.
10:36AM Balsara & His Singing Sitars Yummy Yummy yummy from Great International Hits. 10:38AM Joe Perkins Little Eeefin Annie from Eefin! 10:43AM Mad Magazine It's A Gas ! from Mad. 10:44AM Tom Munroe on the Gerry Todd show Do do do from SCTV. 10:46AM The Rutles Cheese and Onions from The Rutles (CD, Album, Private, 1978) on Rhino/Warner Bros. 10:47AM David Bowie Speed of Life from Low (Remastered) (CD, Album, Private, 1977) on Virgin (USA). 10:54AM The Shangrilas Give Him A Great Big Kiss from Greatest Hits. 10:55AM The Murmaids Popsicles and Icicles from Popsicles and Icicles - The Best of the Murmaids (2011) on Classic Music International. 10:57AM Shirley Ellis The Name Game from The Name Game on Geffen Records. 11:04AM Julie Cruise Rockin Back Inside My Heart from Floating Into the Night.
Balsara & His Singing Sitars has been played on NTS shows including Jonny Trunk Plays God, with I Want To Hold Your Hand first played on 4 July 2016. Collection of Western tracks by Balsara & his Singing Sitars Released in 1969 on Odeon records Last waltz, Yummy Yummy, A Man without love, Bend me shape me, Laras theme, Guantanamera, Come September, Strangers in the night and more. Born in June 1922, Balsara learnt music from his mother Nazamaye, and gave his first solo performance at the age of six with the pedal harmonium, in use in those times, at a packed C J Hall in Mumbai.
Billy Strange: Ipcress File (A Man Alone) from Secret Agent File 08. Balsara and His Singing Sitars: These Boots are Made For Walking from Great International Hits 09. Billy Strange: The Girl From Ipanema from The James Bond Theme, Walk Don’t Run ’64 10. Jack Arel: Strange Galaxy from Originals and Remixes Project Moonbase is listener supported. It won’t cost you anything, is totally anonymous and best of all it helps keep the show running. Thank you! The Disinformation.
|A1||These Boots Are Made For Walking|
|A2||Puppet On A String|
|A3||My Favourite Things|
|A4||I Want To Hold Your Hand|
|B2||If I Had A Hammer|
|B3||Strangers In The Night|
|B6||Lara's Theme - Somewhere My Love|
- Arranged By – V. Balsara
- Sitar – Dinesh Chandra, Pabitra Chatterjee
NotesOriginal release 1967 - WRC edition 1969.
"An H.M.V. recording, released exclusively in Australia by World Record Club."
Manufactured for Australian release, although the vinyl label says "Made In India". The label design is subtly different to the usual WRC green 'strobe' label (WRC did not issue a mono version), and the cardboard used for the cover is thicker and coarser than that used for other WRC sleeves of the period. The addresses on the back of the sleeve are out of date - it seems clear that this is an Indian pressing made to order for WRC distribution in Australia: by the time it arrived, the addresses were no longer current.
299 Flinders Lane, Melbourne;
177 Elizabeth Sreet, Sydney;
Newspaper House, 93 Queen Street, Brisbane;
Stafford House, 23 Leigh Street, Adelaide;
Barnett's Building, Council Ave., Perth.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): YCEIX. 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): YCEIX. 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - stamped): YCEIX 1•1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - stamped): YCEIX 2•1
|MOCE-2002, MOCE. 2002||Balsara & His Singing Sitars||Great International Hits (LP, Album, Mono)||Odeon, Odeon||MOCE-2002, MOCE. 2002||India||1968|
|ALP-102||Balsara & His Singing Sitars||Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP, Album)||Apollo||ALP-102||Singapore||Unknown|
|S-MOCE 2002, S-MOCE.2002||Balsara & His Singing Sitars||Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP)||Odeon, Odeon||S-MOCE 2002, S-MOCE.2002||India||1968|
|BS 203||Balsara & His Singing Sitars||Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP, Album)||Melodisc||BS 203||UK||1968|
|MOCE. 2002, MOCE-2002||Balsara & His Singing Sitars||Balsara & His Singing Sitars (LP)||Odeon, Odeon||MOCE. 2002, MOCE-2002||India||1968|