Billy Fury : Hit Parade CD (1987)Title: Hit Parade Artist: Billy Fury Genre: Rock and RollRock and Roll Duration: 5. 0 mins Format: CD, Album Type: CD No. of Discs: 1 disc(s) Studio, Label: Decca. Various Artists - Hit Parade 1949 - Various Artists CD 56VG The Cheap Fast Free. Various Artists - 1955 British Hit Parade - Part 2; July - December. Title:Various Artists - 1955 British Hit Parade - Part 2; July - December. Artist:Various Artists. Various artists - 1961 british hit parade part 1 january - june (6CD set). 1987 London Records Mono CD Album. Pictures shown are of the actual CD for sale. Presented to the highest standard.
The Hit Parade is a music group from London that has released seven LPs and fourteen 7" vinyl records. The group is described in British press as "the very definition of twee Eighties style indie". The Hit Parade was formed by three schoolfrienda Julian Henry, Raymond Watts and Matthew Moffatt.
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Your Hit Parade: 1946 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:12:25. Your Hit Parade: 1946.
The Hit Parade is an independent pop group, based in London, England that formed in 1984 when three school friends Raymond Watts, Matthew Moffatt and Julian Henry recorded music in Watt's garage studio. The group has remained active for over thirty years and has released seven albums, eleven 7" vinyl 45 rpm records and various manifestos and pamphlets. The Hit Parade concerts are shambolic; In 1990 they undertook a month-long residency at The Mean Fiddler in North London before embarking on a UK Tour. In 1992 they toured Japan playing concerts in Shinjuku, Tokyo; they returned for four other Japan tours playing concerts in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, appearing with Billy Childish and his group the Milkshakes, and Edwyn Collins. Their line up during these tours included Mike Watts (keyboards), Harvey Williams (guitar) and Cath Carroll (vocals).
The last album by the Hit Parade, by this time officially a duo of singer/songwriter Julian Henry and programmer/producer Raymond Watts, with various guests including their Sarah Records labelmate Harvey Williams on guitar and legendary ligger Cath Carroll on vocals, is fairly relentlessly bleak. The occasional mopery of the duo's earlier records is a fully-fledged worldview on The Sound of the Hit Parade. The song titles tell the whole story: "As I Lay Dying," "Farewell My Lido," "She Won't Come Back," "Crying