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Tempests, The - Would You Believe! Album

Tempests, The - Would You Believe! Album
Performer: Tempests, The
Title: Would You Believe!
Country: US
Genre: Funk & Rythm
Style:Soul
Released: 1968
Catalog number: SRS-67098
Label: Smash Records
MP3 album szie: 1598 mb
FLAC album size: 2474 mb

Tracklist

1Someday
2Happiness
3Would You Believe
4I Don't Want To Lose Her
5What You Gonna Do
6I Cried For You
7Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
8You Don't Know Like I Know
9You (Are The Star I Wish On)
10Ain't No Big Thing
11Ain't That Enough

Short intro

The Tempests' sole album is prototypical late-'60s beach music: swinging if somewhat bellicose blue-eyed soul, albeit in a ten-piece band with nine whites fronted by a black singer. There's a staunch brassiness to the arrangements, with two saxes and two trumpets, and Hazel Martin delivers his vocals with assured though slightly vibrato-laden earnestness. More beach soul ingredients are added by the keening, buzzing organ of Michael Branch. Listen free to The Tempests Would You Believe Would You Believe, Ain't No Big Thing and more. 11 tracks 26:08. Wild Stormin' with the Tempests Discover Magazine Sept, 1999. Rick Gagnon & Dave Gnerre Picture the scene: its 1958 in Rochester, New York. A young rockin guitar picker named Dave Casperson is handing out business cards to promote his band. They boast, The Tempests - For the WILD SOUND And they werent lyin . Listen online to The Tempests - Would You Believe and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. The Tempests. Soul 1967. Would You Believe. Ain't That Enough. I Cried For You. Can't Get You Out Of My Mind. I Don't Want To Lose Her. Would You Believe is an album by the Hollies, released in 1966. The album features a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's I Am a Rock, which displayed a progression for the band at the time with the rise of folk rock. However, Would You Believe also features covers of Buddy Holly's Take Your Time and Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, though R&B and blues covers were becoming passé by 1966. Also included is the Evie Sands cover I Can't Let Go, which became a major hit for the Hollies. Would You Believe 1968. Album by The Tempests. was sampled in. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Would You Believe, 02:10. Happiness, 02:25. I Cried for You, 02:32. Someday, 02:30. I Don't Want To Lose Her, 02:44. What You Gonna Do, 01:51. You Are the Star I Wish On, 02:38. Long Live Our Love, 02:33. Out of My Life, 02:23. Now playing . Charlotte, NC group the Tempests cut a good album and a few non-LP singles in the late '60s full of assertive, brassy, good-time soul in the beach music tradition, though they didn't quite break out nationally. They were formed by brothers Roger Branch guitar and Michael Branch keyboards, eventually growing into a ten-piece band that was large even by beach music standards. for the Smash label, also titled Would You Believe. Mostly devoted to strong if nearly unremittingly upbeat original material, it was followed by a couple non-LP singles. The album was reissued on CD with historical liner notes in 2007, adding both of the non-LP 45s as bonus cuts. Would You Believe The Tempests. Released: Oct 1967