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The Shadows Of Knight - Gloria mp3 track

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Performer: The Shadows Of Knight
Title: Gloria
Country: US
Released: 1966
Style: Garage Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Blues Rock
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: MMF ASF RA VQF AHX XM MPC

Tracklist

A1 Gloria 2:39
A2 Light Bulb Blues 2:34
A3 I Got My Mojo Working 3:32
A4 Dark Side 2:03
A5 Boom Boom 2:28
A6 Let It Rock 1:54
B1 Oh Yeah 2:42
B2 It Always Happens That Way 1:50
B3 You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover 2:38
B4 Hoochie Coochie Man 3:54
B5 I Just Want To Make Love To You 3:52

Notes

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A side): DN-12355
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B side): DN-12356

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S-666 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria ‎(LP, Album) Dunwich S-666 US 1966
S-666 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria ‎(LP, Album) Dunwich S-666 US 1966
S-666 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria ‎(LP, Album) Dunwich S-666 US 1966
S-666 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria ‎(LP, Album, Mon) Dunwich S-666 US 1966
666 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Dunwich 666 US 1966

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Gloria
Written-By – Morrison*
B Dark Side
Written-By – Sohns*, Roger*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dunwich
  • Copyright (c) – RCS Libri S.p.A.

Notes

1999 reissue, originally enclosed in the #38 issue of "Red Ronnie Presenta: 60 Peace & Love" encyclopedia.
Same picture sleeve as the original 7" but without catalogue number, label logo or any other text printed, except main artist and titles.

℗ 1966 Dunwich
© 1999 RCS Libri S.p.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): USCITA N38 A 45RPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): USCITA N38 B 45RPM
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D-116 The Shadows Of Knight Gloria / Dark Side ‎(7", Single, 1st) Dunwich D-116 US 1966
DX-116 Shadows Of Knight* Gloria ‎(7", RE) Dunwich DX-116 US 1967
Atl.70.169, ATL 70169 Shadows Of Knight* Gloria ‎(7", Single) Atlantic, Atlantic Atl.70.169, ATL 70169 Germany 1966
GS 45798 Shadows Of Knight* Gloria ‎(7", Mono) Atlantic GS 45798 Canada Unknown
DX-116 Shadows Of Knight* Gloria ‎(7", Single) Dunwich DX-116 US 1966


Gloria (Shadows of Knight album). Gloria is the first album by the Shadows of Knight, released in 1966 on Dunwich Records 666. The Shadows of Knight are primarily known for their hit version of the Van Morrison penned Them band's "Gloria", but the band today is regarded as one of the original punk bands. The band's association with "Gloria" has caused some to miscategorize them as one-hit wonders

The Shadows of Knight are primarily known for the garage classic "Gloria", but this album illustrates quite well why they were considered for a time the 'american Rolling Stones' as the band rocked old blues numbers with tight arrangements and blistering lead guitar(s). Their "Oh Yeah" reinvents the old Bo Diddley classic, and "Light Bulb Blues" is IMHO a better rocker than. They eventually lost their way, but this album, and their follow-up, "Back Door Men" are excellent. Répondre Notifiez moi Helpful.

The Shadows of Knight are primarily known for their hit version of "Gloria", originally written by Van Morrison's Northern Irish band Them. At the same time, the band today is regarded as one of the original punk bands. After releasing "Gloria" as a single in December 1965, which received massive regional airplay, the band soon released the Gloria album in the summer of 1966

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Artist: The Shadows Of Knight. Album: One Hit Wonders. The Shadows Of Knight - Boom Boom Gloria, 1966 02:31. The Shadows Of Knight - Oh Yeah Gloria, 1966 02:48. Artist: The Shadows Of Knight.

Originally forming as the Shadows in 1964, this band of Chicago high schoolers became the Shadows of Knight after learning of the great UK band already named the Shadows. It was an interesting coincidence, as all four band members, then attending Prospect High School ('Home of the Knights!'), were major British invasion fans. While the English bands were busy crafting their interpretation of American blues, The Shadows of Knight, in their own words, 're-added a Chicago touch' to the Brit sound. Fortunately, their club apprenticeship served them well when it came time to record Gloria!, their debut album. The revved-up versions of Chess Records classics they had worked up for the live set, like Muddy Waters' 'I've Got My Mojo Working,' Chuck Berry's 'Let It Rock' and Bo Diddley's 'Oh Yeah,' sounded positively explosive when committed to tape in the studio.