A Christmas Collection. Gleason felt there was a ready market for romantic instrumentals. He recalled seeing Clark Gable play love scenes in movies, and the romance was, in his words, "magnified a thousand percent" by background music.
The Saints are Coming" was the third single by the Scottish punk rock band Skids, featured on their 1979 debut album, Scared to Dance. The song became an international hit when it was covered in 2006 by U2 and Green Day. It was covered again in 2008 by Von Thronstahl. The single was released as part of a four-track EP, Wide Open, which also featured an A-side and two B-sides. The song was also released on their 1979 debut album Scared to Dance.
Jackson 5 Christmas Album is the first Christmas studio album (and fourth overall) by Motown family quintet the Jackson 5, released in October 1970. Included on the Christmas Album is the Jackson 5's hit single version of "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town". The Jackson 5's versions of "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" remain frequent radio requests during the Christmas season.
Jason Lytle - "Brand New Sun" (Yours Truly, The Commuter, 2009). The lead singer of now defunct but still brilliant Grandaddy started his solo career with Yours Truly, The Commuter, in 2009. The second track on the album, "Brand New Sun" is an ode to embracing a new chapter in life. The song is so sweet and melodic, it could almost pass for a lullaby. An acoustic guitar starts things off with a seraphic melody before Lytle joins in his dazzling, breathy voice about running "to a brand new sun". The song opens with Chrissie Hynde yelling: "You guys are the pits of the world!" and then continues with her growling about "flushing out" her enemies and "burnin' every bridge" alongside the crushing guitar of the late James Honeyman Scott, who co-wrote the song. If you're thinking of packing it up and blowing out of an unpleasant situation, this song will fuel your engines.
It is sung while three girls play jump rope in a dream. Despite being a parody, it is quite haunting and ominous and has a lasting impact on Freddy's victims. Lyrics: One, two, Freddy's coming for you. Three, four, Better lock your door. Five, six, grab a crucifix. Seven, eight, Gonna stay up late. Can't find a community you love? Create your own and start something epic.
Somebody once told me the world is gonna roll me I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed She was looking kind of dumb with her finger and her thumb In the shape of an "L" on her forehead.
|A||The World Is Coming To A Start (Stereo)||2:32|
|B||The World Is Coming To A Start (Mono)||2:32|
- Distributed By – P.I.P. Records
- Record Company – Pickwick International, Inc.
- Published By – Mourbar Music
- Written-By – Geld*, Udell*
NotesPromotional Copy Not For Sale
From the Broadway Musical "Purlie"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A): PIPS-99A-STEREO
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B): PIP-99A-MONO
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): PIPS 99-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): PIP 99-A
|PIP 99||Jackie Jason||The World Is Coming To A Start / Please Mr. Sun (7", Single, Styrene)||P.I.P. Records||PIP 99||US||Unknown|
|PIP 99||Jackie Jason||The World Is Coming To A Start / Please Mr. Sun (7", Styrene)||P.I.P. Records||PIP 99||US||Unknown|
|PIP. 99X||Jackie Jason||The World Is Coming To A Start / Please Mr. Sun (7", Single)||P.I.P. Records||PIP. 99X||Canada||1970|