|Performer:||Bill Justis & His Orchestra|
|Title:||Sehr Dufte Party - Bill Justis Plays Instrumental Hits|
|Category:||Jazz / Latin / Pop / World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||RA XM VOC MP2 VQF AC3 WMA|
|I Got A Woman|
|(Dance With) The Guitar Man|
|Sail Along Silvery Moon|
|The Lonely Bull|
|B 14 539 L||Bill Justis & His Orchestra*||Sehr Dufte Party - Bill Justis Plays Instrumental Hits (LP, Mono)||Philips||B 14 539 L||Germany||1963|
|842 938 BY||Bill Justis And His Orchestra*||Sehr Dufte Party - Bill Justis Plays Instrumental Hits (LP)||Philips||842 938 BY||Germany||Unknown|
Missing album in the "Party" series on Philips. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. B 14 539 L. Bill Justis & His Orchestra. Sehr dufte Party – Bills Justis Plays Instrumental Hits (LP, Mono).
More albums from Bill Justis: Telstar, The Lonely Bull by Bill Justis. Raunchy & Other Great Instrumentals by Bill Justis. All Time Golden Instrumental Hits by Bill Justis. Bill Justis Plays 12 Top Tunes by Bill Justis. 12 Other Instrumental Hits by Bill Justis. More Instrumental Hits By Bill Justis by Bill Justis. View all albums . Bill Justis Plays 12 Instrumental Smash Hits. By: Bill Justis (1963, Jazz). 1. Cast Your Fate To The Wind.
Bill Justis Plays 12 Smash Instrumental Hits is the third of five instrumental albums with confusingly similar titles and covers Justis made for Smash Records within a two-year period. The "smash hits" to which the title refers are not Justis', but those of other instrumental artists and combos; Justis had no hit singles to speak of during his Smash tenure, but his first couple of instrumental albums for the label were solid sellers
Discover Bill Justis & His Orchestra on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Justis was born in Birmingham, Alabama but grew up in Memphis, Tennessee and studied music at Christian Brothers College (high school department) and Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. A trumpet and saxophone player, while in university he performed with local jazz and dance bands. Released in November 1957, his song "Raunchy" was the first rock and roll instrumental hit, and its popularity was such that it reached on the American Billboard chart by 3 different artists (Ernie Freeman for Imperial, and Billy Vaughn on Dot). It also reached in the UK Singles Chart. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. Justis had one other significant hit record, "College Man", that went to .
Bill Justis Plays Big 12 Instrumental Hits. 12 Big Instrumental Hits. Listen to 12 Other Instrumental Hits now. Listen to 12 Other Instrumental Hits in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Bill Justis скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Bill Justis - Raunchy, Bill Justis - Washington Square, Bill Justis - Raunchy, Bill Justis - Misrilou, Bill Justis - Raunchy, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Bill Justis & His Orchestra – String of Pearls - Cha Hot Cha. 2:21. Bill Justis – Mexico. Jerry Reed, Bill Justis – West Bound And Down. Bill Justis & His Orchestra – The Midnite Man. 2:18. Bill Justis – Tamour.
Home Styles Bill Justis releases More Instrumental Hits By Bill Justis. Release title: Bill Justis - More Instrumental Hits By Bill Justis. Photo of Bill Justis - More Instrumental Hits By Bill Justis. In studio record of this music release "More Instrumental Hits By Bill Justis" attended those artists: Jerry Kennedy (Producer)