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The Toggery Five - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys / It's So Easy Album

The Toggery Five - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys / It's So Easy Album
Performer:
The Toggery Five
Album:
I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys / It's So Easy
Style:
Garage Rock
Country:
UK
Label:
Parlophone
Catalog:
R 5249
FLAC size:
1182 mb
MP3 size:
1053 mb
WMA size:
2541 mb


Tracklist


1I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys
2It's So Easy


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R 5249The Toggery Five I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys ‎(7", Single)ParlophoneR 5249UK1965


Album


The Rolling Stones recorded a demo of the song, but did not release it until it was placed on their compilation album, Metamorphosis. This, along with their B-side It's So Easy, was put out on 26 February 1965 as their second single and it fared better in sales, but, again, failed to chart. In mid-1965, the band recorded new material for the last time. They received a song from Gene Pitney, called I'm Alive as it was rejected by others it was offered to. The Hollies heard demos by the band and decided to produce a version of their own. I'd Much Rather Be with the Boys bw It's So Easy ParlophoneTower, 26 February 1965. The Toggery Five never really recovered from this disappointment - The Hollies offered Toggery Five Going Away - a song written for them by Graham Gouldman which Toggery Five recorded but it wasnt released. The Toggery Five disbanded soon after. The Toggery Five Toggery Five - It's So Easy 3:03. Aggiungi alla Lista. This includes using previously collected information about your interests to select content, processing data about what content was shown, how often or how long it was shown, when and where it was shown, and whether the you took any action related to the content, including for example clicking on content. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys, It's So Easy 1965. Album by The Toggery Five. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys. was covered in. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys by The Rolling Stones 1975. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys by The New Piccadillys 2014. He Toggery Five by The toggery five. 6 songs. 1963 year. Format mp3. Download compilation for free and listen online. The toggery five - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys. Total votes: 2. Similar compilations. Blues Rags 'N' Hollers, Hugo. It was first released by The Toggery Five in 1965. The Toggery Five released it on the single I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys - It's So Easy in 1965. It was covered by Donna Lynn, Johnny Thunders, Reigning Sound, Wayne Kramer's Gang War featuring Johnny Thunders and other artists. Released on. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys - It's So Easy Single February 1965. Don't put me on It's over now, it's no good looking back Cause I'd much rather be with the boys, then be with you. Who's fooling who It's over and you've had all your getting from me Cause I'd much rather be with the boys Yes I'd much rather be with the boys Yes I'd much rather be with the boys Yes I'd much rather be with the boys And the boys they would much rather be with the boys. than with girls like you. Girls like you Girls like you. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to pr. Toggery Five - I'm Gonna Jump, Bye Bye Bird, I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys, I'm Gonna Jump, Bye Bye Bird, The Toggery FiveMaximum 64-65 - Bye Bye Bird, The Toggery Five - GOIN' AWAY, I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. I'D much rather be with the boys UK - 1965 - toggery five. Bye Bye Bird - The Toggery Five. That's not to say it's great, but it has a pretty good pop-soul-British Invasion sort of melody, ersatz Four Seasons backup harmonies, and Oldham's usual sub-Phil Spector production touches with a pseudo-Be My Baby drum pattern, echoing piano, and handclaps. Some people have found a gay context to the lyrics - he'd much rather be with the boys than with girls like this one - but it could just have been unwittingly clumsy lyric construction for songwriters who were barely turning professional. The Four Seasons comparisons rear their heads for the fadeout, with high-singing backup vocalists repeating a part of the chorus like a taunt. The Toggery Five. Just better. Their version was released two weeks before The Toggery Five's planned distribution


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