The Merseybeats - Milkman Album
|1||Wishin' And Hopin'|
Written-By – B. Bacharach - Hal David
Written-By – J. Gustafson, T. Crane
|267 366 TF||The Merseybeats||Wishin' And Hopin' (7", Single)||Fontana||267 366 TF||Germany||1966|
|YF 278 705, 278 705 YF||The Merseybeats||Wishin' And Hopin' / Milkman (7", Single, Mono)||Fontana, Fontana||YF 278 705, 278 705 YF||Netherlands||1964|
|TF 719||The Merseybeats||Wishin' And Hopin' / Milkman (7", Single)||Fontana||TF 719||South Africa||Unknown|
|TF 482, 267366 TF||The Merseybeats||Wishin' And Hopin' (7", Single, 3 P)||Fontana, Fontana||TF 482, 267366 TF||UK||1964|
|TF 482||The Merseybeats||Wishin' And Hopin' (7")||Fontana||TF 482||UK||1964|
This Australian release reverses the single's A and B sides.
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): TF482 1F
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): TF482 2F
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout): MX 144713
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout): MX 144714
- Distributed By – Philips Electrical Industries Pty. Limited
- Published By – J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Belinda Music (Aust) Pty. Ltd.
Текст песни: Milkman, Milkman Milkman, where are you Ive cried the long night through Since my love has gone away. Milkman, Milkman Milkman, where are you Ive cried the long night through Since my love has gone away. Milkman, Milkman Milkman, where are you Ive cried the long night through Since my love has gone away Im crying everyday Milkman, ooh Postman, call today With a letter from far away Since my love has left me here Youll see me shed a tear Postman, woh Postman, no mind When you see me cry To let her help to soothe my pain Milkman when you. call You always bring the Sunshine to dance all day Milkman, where are you . The Merseybeats also related vocal duo The Merseys are a band that emerged from the Liverpool Merseybeat scene in the early 1960s, performing at the Cavern Club along with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and other similar artists. The current line-up is: Tony Crane MBE founding member lead vocals and lead guitar, Billy Kinsley founding member lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Bob Packham joined 1974 backing vocals and bass guitar born Robert Packham, 17 July 1944, Anfield, Liverpool. The merseybeats milkman mono to stereo of wishin' and hopin' The Merseybeats appeared regularly at Liverpool's Cavern Club, and . This song is by The Merseybeats and appears on the compilation album The Very Best Of The Merseybeats 1997. Milkman, MilkmanMilkman, where are youI've cried the long night throughSince my love has gone awayI'm crying everydayMilkman, ooh. Postman, call todayWith a letter from far my love has left me hereYou'll see me shed a , woh. Postman, no mind,When you see me cryTo let her help to soothe my when you callYou always bring theSunshine to dance all day. The Merseybeats. Later in April 1962 they became The Merseybeats. By now Crane and Kinsley had joined up with guitarist Aaron Williams born 23 June 1942, in Liverpool and drummer John Banks. They were read more. Released 1964. The Merseybeats Tracklist. Milkman Lyrics. Hello, Young Lovers Lyrics. He Will Break Your Heart Lyrics. Funny Face Lyrics. Album 1963 8 Songs. The Merseybeats: Their Very Best - EP. Wishin' and Hopin'. All Time Greatest Hits. Fortune Teller. Written-By J. Gustafson , T. this album is Mono ONLY. This is just a marker to say a particular disc made in England is legally copyrighted to be freely sold in the area concerned scandi a similar one is BIEM which covers the netherlands I think. merseybeats prior to there split in 1965 only to re group as the merseys in 1966, the lp is very thick as all pressings where back then and this is in mono, glad i finally got a great copy of this. Répondre Me notifier Helpful. Friday, February 08, 2019. The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats 1964 18 bonus Jap remastering. The Merseybeats - Merseybeats 1964 18 bonus. Jap remastering. The Merseybeats were successful enough to get an LP release, and the resulting self-titled album showcased their limitations as well as their virtues. Apart from a lack of originality in their sound, the album pointed to the group's very thin in-house songwriting - they were almost wholly dependent on Peter Lee Stirling, who had written their three biggest, single A-sides, for success