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The New Band Of Spike Jones - Washington Square album


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Liberty Records a subsidiary of Avnet Electronics Corp. Matrix, Runout (Side A, Label): 6898.

Matrix, Runout (A side run-out etched): LS. 338. SE 10. H. Matrix, Runout (B side run-out etched): LS. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.

Washington Square is a big band music album recording by SPIKE JONES released in 1963 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. SPIKE JONES - Washington Square. Filed under Big Band By SPIKE JONES. Washington Square The New Band of Spike Jones LST-7338 Liberty LP Liberty (1963). Washington Square The New Band of Spike Jones LRP-3338 Liberty LP Album Record.

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Lindley Armstrong "Spike" Jones (December 14, 1911 – May 1, 1965) was an American musician and bandleader specializing in performing satirical arrangements of popular songs  . In 1956 Jones supervised an album of Christmas songs, many of which were performed seriously. In 1957, noting the television success of Lawrence Welk and his dance band, he revamped his own act for television. Gone was the old City Slickers mayhem, replaced by a more straightforward big-band sound, with tongue-in-cheek comic moments. The New Band Of Spike Jones Plays Hank Williams Hits (1965). Spike Jones Is Murdering the Classics (1971).

In 1998, Spike recorded his first solo album Blue Eyed Soul. The Quireboys reformed in 2001 with a new line-up and have released six new albums since that time. Spike's second solo studio album, It's a Treat to Be Alive, was released in 2005, followed by So Called Friends in 2008. Spike was involved in a fracas with German rock guitarist Michael Schenker in November 2000. This happened after a show at the Newcastle City Hall by the English heavy-metal and hard-rock band UFO. Schenker later admitted he caused the brawl, and refused to blame Spike

The new band was known as Spike Jones and the Band that Plays for Fu. he last City Slickers record was the LP Dinner Music for People Who Aren't Very Hungry. The whole field of comedy records changed from musical satires to spoken-word comedy (Bob Newhart, Mort Sahl, Stan Freberg). Spike Jones adapted to this, too; most of his later albums are spoken-word comedy, including the horror-genre sendup Spike Jones in Stereo (1959) and the send-up of television programs of the period in Omnibust (1960). In 1986, the Belgian synthpop group Telex paid homage to Spike Jones in their album Looney Tunes, with a song named after him. The intro of that song is a part of the intro from Camptown Races. The Best of Spike Jones Volume 2 (1977).

Featured New Releases. Boisterous Brash Campy Cheerful Exuberant Freewheeling Fun Humorous Irreverent Joyous Outrageous Playful Quirky Rollicking Rowdy Silly Witty Whimsical. The New Band of Spike Jones Plays Hank Williams Hits.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Alley Cat Song
Written-By – F. Bjorn*, J. Harlen*
2:20
A2 The Ballad Of Jed Clampett
Written-By – Paul Henning
2:21
A3 Frankie And Johnnie
Arranged By – Carl Brandt, Spike Jones
2:30
A4 Maria Elena
Written-By – Lorenzo Barcelata
2:24
A5 Green, Green
Written-By – Barry McGuire, Randy Sparks
1:57
A6 Washington Square
Written-By – B. Goldstein*
2:38
B1 September Song
Written-By – Weill*, Anderson*
2:04
B2 Blowin' In The Wind
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:08
B3 Puff (The Magic Dragon)
Written-By – Lipton*, Yarrow*
2:37
B4 Red Sails In The Sunset
Written-By – H. Williams, Will Graz*, J. Kennedy*
2:00
B5 Whistler's Muddah
Arranged By – Carl Brandt, Spike Jones
2:38
B6 If I Had A Hammer
Written-By – Hays*, Seeger*
2:28

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Carl Brandt
  • Cover – Studio Five
  • Engineer – Dave Wiechman
  • Producer – Dave Pell

Notes

Advance copy with off-white labels.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LST-7338 The New Band Of Spike Jones* Washington Square ‎(LP, Album) Liberty LST-7338 US 1963
LST-7338 The New Band Of Spike Jones* Washington Square ‎(7", Album, Jukebox) Liberty LST-7338 US 1963
LRP-3338 The New Band Of Spike Jones* Washington Square ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Liberty LRP-3338 US 1963
LRP-3338 The New Band Of Spike Jones* Washington Square ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Liberty LRP-3338 Canada 1963
LST-7338 The New Band Of Spike Jones* Washington Square ‎(LP, Album, Mon) Liberty LST-7338 US 1963

The New Band Of Spike Jones - Washington Square album
Dixieland, Folk
Performer: The New Band Of Spike Jones
Title: Washington Square
Category: Jazz / World, & Country
Country: US
Released: 1963
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 351
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