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FLAC Brett Smiley - Va Va Va Voom / Space Ace

Performer:
Brett Smiley
Album:
Va Va Va Voom / Space Ace
Country:
Released:
2013
Label:
Sing Sing Records
Catalog:
SING054
Genre:
Style:
Glam
MP3 archive size:
2589 mb
FLAC archive size:
2032 mb

Tracklist

1Space Ace
2Va Va Va Voom

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ANC 1004Brett Smiley Va Va Va Voom / Space Ace ‎(7", Single, Promo)Anchor ANC 1004UK1974
ANC 1004Brett Smiley Va Va Va Voom ‎(7", Single)Anchor ANC 1004UK1974
ANC 1004Brett Smiley Va Va Va Voom ‎(7", Single)Anchor ANC 1004UK1974

Credits

  • ProducerAndrew Oldham
  • Written-ByB. Smiley

Video

Album

Va Va Va Voom - Brett Smiley. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The album, which included the songs Va Va Va Voom and Space Ace, remained unreleased until 2003, when RPM Records included it as part of its Lipsmackin' 70s collection. Smiley also starred as the Prince, in the 1977 American erotic musical comedy Cinderella. In 2004, rock biographer Nina Antonia published a book about Smiley, The Prettiest Star: Whatever Happened to Brett Smiley. Smiley still performed occasionally until 2015 in New York City, and was recording songs for a new CD. He died on January 8, 2016, after a lengthy battle with HIV and hepatitis. Smiley released one single, Va Va Va Voom, and made an appearance on the Russell Harty television show, where he performed the song Space Ace. Smiley began his career as a child actor, playing Oliver on Broadway. In 1974, Smiley-who, at the time, was managed and produced by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham-recorded an album, Breathlessly Brett. The album-which includes the songs Va Va Va Voo read more. Brett Smiley September 25, 1955 January 7, 2016 was an American singer-songwriter who was active in the UK during the glam rock era of the early 1970s. Brett Smiley - VaVaVa Voom. Raised On Beers. Brett Smiley is an American singer-songwriter who was active in the UK during the glam rock era of the early 1970s. Va Va Va Voom. Brett Smiley. Download and listen online Va Va Va Voom by Brett Smiley. Genre - Pop-Rock. Duration 03:15. Format mp3. Music video. On this page you can download song Brett Smiley - Va Va Va Voom in mp3 and listen online. Breathlessly Brett. Va Va Va Voom was only the beginning. Armed with Anchor Records 100,000 recording advance plus another 100,000 for publishing, they headed down to Nashville to record the basic tracks for a Smiley album. Then we took them to New York and added more, then Andrew would take the tapes to Olympic Studios in London, and come back with something totally different. And then it all went belly-up. Brett Smiley was a legend in glam rock circles, but a legend only to those who lived through the times or fanatically dug through old, yellowed copies of Melody Maker, NME, and Disc, seeking to re-create the times. Such is the fate of a singer whose only album was shelved following a disastrous performance of a heavily hyped single. Va Va Va Voom appears on the following albums by Brett Smiley : Breathlessly Brett track 6 this album 2003. Brett Smiley - Va Va Va Voom 7, Single Condition: Used. Time left: 18d 18h 4m 36s Ships to: Worldwide. Not enough data Average Rating n n m av m n m AV where: av trimmed mean average rating an item has currently received. AV the site mean average rating. Smiley began his career as a child actor playing the title role in Oliver in 1965 on Broadway. In 1974 Smiley was given a 200,000 advance and recorded an album Breathlessly Brett managed and produced by Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham with Steve Marriott from the Small Faces and Humble Pie on guitar. After the single Va Va Voom did not chart the album was the album was shelved and r. On Friday 8, 2016, our space ace Brett va va va voomed off on his final celestial journey out of this world and Brett Smiley. 21 March 2016 . Brett Smiley performs 'Space Ace' on Russell Harty in October 1974 and then he and Andrew Loog Oldham are interviewed. 24 January 2015