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The Ventures - Walk Don't Run Vol 2 / Knock Me Out Album

The Ventures - Walk Don't Run Vol 2 / Knock Me Out Album
Performer: The Ventures
Title: Walk Don't Run Vol 2 / Knock Me Out
Country: UK
Genre: Rock Music / Pop
Style:Surf, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 1995
Catalog number: C5HCD 630
Label: See For Miles Records Ltd.
MP3 album szie: 1039 mb
FLAC album size: 1811 mb


1The Creeper2:25
2Diamond Head2:08
3 Walk Don't Run Vol 2
4The House Of The Rising Sun3:01
5Slaughter On Tenth Avenue2:20
6One Mint Julep2:19
7Sha La La2:26
8Oh, Pretty Woman2:54
9Gone, Gone, Gone2:15
10Bird Rockers2:45
11I Feel Fine2:16
12Pedal Pusher2:33
13Night Train2:38
14Rap City2:07
15Love Potion Number Nine2:07
16Mariner No. 42:15
17Tomorrow's Love2:19
18 Knock Me Out
19Blue Star (The Theme From 'Medic')2:18
20Lonely Girl2:03
21When You Walk In The Room2:24
22Night Walk2:39
23Peach Fuzz2:26
24Walk, Don't Run '642:27
25She's Not There2:44
26Stranger On The Shore2:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
C5HCD 630The Ventures Walk Don't Run Vol 2 / Knock Me Out ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)See For Miles Records Ltd. C5HCD 630RussiaUnknown


  • Artwork [Original Cover Designs], PhotographyStudio Five
  • EngineerEddie Bracket, Henry Lewy (tracks: 1 to12), Jim Lockheart (tracks: 1 to 12), Lanky Linstrot (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • ProducerDick Glasser


"Walk Don't Run Vol. 2" originally released 1964 on Liberty Records LBY 1228.
"Knock Me Out" originally released 1965 on Liberty Records SLBY 1252.


  • Barcode: 5 014661 563038
  • Matrix / Runout: C5CHD630 MASTERED BY MAKING


  • Glass Mastered At – Mayking

Short intro

Walk, Don't Run, Vol. 2 is the 16th studio album by The Ventures, released in 1964. It features Walk Don't Run '64, an updated recording of the Johnny Smith cover as a single, it would be the second time the band had a Top 10 hit in the U. with that same composition. The album also includes a rendition of blues classic The House of the Rising Sun, and Rap City, the Ventures' arrangement of Brahms' Hungarian Dance No. See For Miles reissued two Ventures albums, Walk - Don't Run, Vol. 2 1964 and Knock Me Out 1965, on a single disc in 1995. Walk Don't Run - The Ventures. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Walk Don't Run, Vol. Great music. Two full ventures records on one cd. My father, a life long fan was totally knocked out to get this hoooray. Наиболее популярные в Компакт-диски. Показать все. The Ventures albums Knock Me Out, Out of Space and Surfing came at this time. The new version of Walk Don't Run '64 is excellent, wih a lot of bass, with a little bit of Phil Spector thrown in. Diamond Head is a classic Ventures song, and Peach Fuzz and Pedal Pusher show up under different names at different times on different albums. The originals are here. This is why Walk Don't Run Vol. 2 is better than the first Walk Don't Run album. The first Walk Don't Run has some good heights like, Walk Don't Run, Night Train, and more, but Walk Don't Run Vol. 2 is absolutely a fabulous recording. The Ventures. Knock Me Out Исполнитель: The Ventures. 1965 rock. When You Walk In The Room. album by jazz saxophonist David Fathead Newman Diamond Head, an instrumental song by The Beach Boys from the 1968. 2: Ventures - Knock Me Out 1965. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Rock 'n' Roll. The Ventures - When You Walk In The Room. The Ventures - Gone, Gone, Gone. The Ventures Twist Party Vol. Surfin' With the Ventures. Walk Don't RunVentures. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. 1 - 12 Walk Don't Run Vol 2 1964 Dolton 3 . The members of the surf band supreme seem to think it is best to stay in the background, personality-wise. For the cover art of this album, they hide behind a dish in a tight yellow sweater on the front, and behind an even more attractive Mosrite guitar on the back. Musically they have some terrific moments, such as the well-known title track and an almost grungy The Creeper. One could also say that Rap City predicts the entire era of rap music, but it would be a boldface lie. Still, this and some of the