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Tommy Boyce - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear / In Case The Wind Should Blow Full Album

Tommy Boyce - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear / In Case The Wind Should Blow Full Album Performer: Tommy Boyce
Title: Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear / In Case The Wind Should Blow
Category: Rock / Pop
Date of release: 1966
Country: US
Label: A&M Records
Catalog number: 826
Size MP3: 2240 mb
Size FLAC: 1473 mb
Rating: 4.6

Tracklist

1Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear
Arranged By – Perry Botkin Jr.Written By – Randy Newman
2:20
2In Case The Wind Should Blow
Arranged By – Leon RussellWritten By – T. Boyce - B. Hart
2:58

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
826Tommy Boyce Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear / In Case The Wind Should Blow ‎(7", Single)A&M Records826USUnknown

Credits

  • ProducerLeon Russell

Album

Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Tommy Boyce. Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear is a song written by Randy Newman, about a sincere young man of modest means named Simon Smith who entertains affluent well-fed members of the public with his dancing bear. Newman later said the song was a major stepping point in his writing style. That was the first one I wrote like that. I was writing a song, believe it or not, for Frank Sinatra Jr. And it was called something like Susie or Mary and I just all of a sudden couldnt do it. So I ended. Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear - Mike Vickers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 4th line of each verse G C A D should ideally be barred. I have capo at 6th fret purely because I can't hit those high notes, it sounds good with no capo. G Em Am D7 G Would be Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear. Verse 3. G Gmaj7 C Cmaj7 I may go out tomorrow. A C D If I can borrow a coat to wear G Gmaj7 C Cmaj7 A Oh, Id step out in style with my sincere smile. D and my dancin' bear G C A D Outrageous, alarming, courageous, charming G G7 C Cm Oh who would think a boy and bear. G G7 C Cm would be well accepted everywhere. G Em Am D G Well its just amazing how fair people can be. Tony Bez. Tommy Boyce originally released Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear written by Randy Newman and Tommy Boyce released it on the single Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear in 1966. It was also covered by Okkervil River, Michael Derning & Mia Arends, Norbert Detaeye, and other artists. Released on. Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear Single November 1966. Request a synchronization license. Harry Nilsson - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear. Randy Newman - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear. Harpers Bizarre - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear. Akiko Yano - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear. The King's Singers - Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear. Randy Newman - Simon Smith And His Amazing Dancing Bear. The Alan Price Set - Barefootin'. dancing bear Outrageous, alarming, courageous, charming Oh, who would think a boy and bear Could be well accepted everywhere It's just amazing how fair people. alan price set simon smith and his amazing dancing bear. Текст песни: I may go out tomorrow if I can borrow a coat to wear Oh, Id step out in style with my sincere smile and my dancing bear Outrageous, alarming, courageous, charming Oh, who would think a boy and bear. Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear, written by Randy Newman and first recorded by the band Harpers Bizarre, was performed as Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear in episode 101 of The Muppet Show. All recordings of the Muppets' performance of the song are listed under this alternate title. When Kermit refuses to change the name of the show from The Muppet Show to The Muppy Show, J. Grosse's favorite pet Muppy locks himself in his dressing room and refuses to perform his number with