Various - Sounds Of Success: Music Of A Winning Season (1984 National League Champions) mp3 flac
- Album: Sounds Of Success: Music Of A Winning Season (1984 National League Champions)
- MP3: 1767 mb | FLAC: 1160 mb
- Released: 1984
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 192
- Format: AIFF TTA AAC DMF APE MIDI FLAC
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Track list: Track title. Find mp3 free Sounds Of Success: Music Of A Winning Season (1984 National League Champions). A1. Talkin' Baseball. A2. Thunderin' Lumber.
An album, The Official Music of the XXIII Olympiad-Los Angeles 1984, featured three of those tracks along with sports themes written for the occasion by popular musical artists including Foreigner, Toto, Loverboy, Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones, Christopher Cross, Philip Glass and Giorgio Moroder. The Brazilian composer Sérgio Mendes also produced a special song for the 1984 Olympic Games, "Olympia," from his 1984 album Confetti. The United States topped the medal count for the first time since 1968, winning a record 83 gold medals and surpassing the Soviet Union’s total of 80 golds at the 1980 Summer Olympics. As a result of an IOC agreement designating the Republic of China (Taiwan) in the name of Chinese Taipei, the People's Republic of China returned to the summer Olympics for the first time since Helsinki 1952.
This music, at that point, had gained a new style and great international respect that has remained still.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012. Various Artists - Classic Heavy Rock (1984). Various 70's/80's Rock Artists). On revisiting this album and its title 'Classic Heavy Rock', I realised that it was missing some essential tracks to justify its title. I have therefore taken the liberty of adding four additional tracks to the compilation, recorded by the true masters of rock: - Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Saxon and Blue Oyster Cult. Steppenwolf enjoyed worldwide success from 1968 to 1974, but clashing personalities led to the end of the core lineup. Today, front man John Kay is the only original member left, having served as lead singer for more than 40 years since 1967.
The 1984 baseball season is marked by excellent players like Ryne Sandberg and Rick Sutcliffe. Learn more about the 1984 baseball season. The best teams of the 1984 baseball season had previously posed little threat of contention. The San Diego Padres, who closed the year as National League West winners, had just one winning season in their 15-year existence. Neither the Cubs nor Mets, who duked it out in the National League East, had challenged for the pennant in over a decade. And the Tigers, who became 1984 World Series Champions, hadn't been to the playoffs since 1972. The most exciting player was Met rookie Dwight Gooden, 19, who fanned five straight batters in the All-Star Game
|A1||–Terry Cashman||Talkin' Baseball||3:17|
|A2||–Steve Vaus||Thunderin' Lumber||3:06|
|A3||–KFMB's Hudson & Bauer* And Glenn Erath||Doin' The Goose||1:54|
|A4||–KFMB's Hudson & Bauer*||The Garv||2:30|
|A5||–Steve Vaus||Talkin' Number One||2:53|
|A6||–Eric Show||Padres Win Again||3:07|
|B1||–Glenn Erath And Hudson & Bauer Singers||Hey Pads||2:00|
|B2||–KFMB's Hudson & Bauer*||The Garv||3:07|
|B3||–KFMB's Hudson & Bauer*||Steve Garvey National Anthem||2:52|
|B4||–Glenn Erath, Steve Horn||Tiger Safari||2:25|
|B5||–Steve Vaus||The Committee||2:15|
|B6||–Glenn Erath & Karen McDermott||We Are Still The Champions||1:45|
|B7||–Mutimer & Friends||Dream Can Come True...Ode To Ray||4:04|
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- Other: 76 KFMB