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Foto-Fi Four is another alias used in 1964 only for a song called "Stand up & Holler (All for the Beatles)" to support and welcome the Beatles in their first visit to America. Four" relates to the 4 Beatles as well as to the 4-part vocal of the refrain. In 1965, Harry played in a group called "New Salvation SIngers" but as he became a little more famous, they added "Featuring Harry Nilsson".
Gotta Get Up" is the opening number from his smash album from that same year, "Nilsson Schmilsson," and was one of many songs he wrote about starting a new day after a late night, a subject which he apparently knew a lot about. HARRY NILSSON Stand Up & Holler (All For The Beatles) The Foto-Fi Four. Музыкальная Группа The Beatles Голос 1964.
Stand Up and Holler". Single by Foto-Fi Four. Stand Up and Holler". It was released as a single with the alternative title "Stand Up and Holler" under Nilsson's pseudonym Foto-Fi Four and was packaged with a synchronized standard 8 mm film of The Beatles first arriving in the United States in 1964. The rhythm of "All for the Beatles" is similar to that of "Not Fade Away", a Buddy Holly cover by The Rolling Stones, which was also based on Bo Diddley's song "Bo Diddley".
Stand Up and Fight is the third album by the Finnish folk metal band Turisas, released worldwide on February 23, 2011 through Century Media as a single disc jewelcase and two disc digibook. It is based on the Varangian Guard, norsemen in the service of the Byzantine Empire. The March of the Varangian Guard" - 3:51. Take the Day!" - 5:26. Hunting Pirates" - 3:43. Βένετοι! - Πράσινοι!" (Venetoi! - Prasinoi!) - 3:49. Stand Up and Fight" - 5:27. The Great Escape" - 4:51. Fear the Fear" - 6:13.
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Stand-up comedy grew out of minstrelsy and then vaudeville, which only makes it about a century old, tops. Some of the best practitioners of the form are still aliv. r at the very least, haven’t been in the ground all that long. Fusing stand-up and theater into carefully structured solo ventures, this British comic scrutinizes bits of his biography while contemplating bigger issues the nature of time, memory and individual perception. Take his touchstone bit about the KFC famous bowl; people still holler for it at shows just to hear him talk about the "light brown hillock of glop" he would prefer to eat "like a death row prisoner on suicide watch.
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