The Many - Everybody Loves To Have Fun (CD, Album)

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  2. The album was assembled quickly from B-sides and previously released album cuts recorded between February and April in order to capitalize on the success of the title track, but still reached 2 on the albums chart and obtained Gold certification. It was released on the same day as the Dream with Dean studio album which also contained another version of "Everybody Loves Somebody", but not the Genre: Traditional pop.
  3. In he enjoyed the biggest hit of his career with "Trying To Love Two", which sold over two million copies and stayed on the R&B charts for over six months. After one album at Kat Family Records in he founded his own record company Wilbe Recording Corporation where he released albums up to 00's.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Everybody Loves Somebody (22 Love Songs) on Discogs. Label: Scana - /10CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Soft Rock, Classic Rock/5(2).
  5. Since Dean Martin had been cold on the singles charts for some time -- he hadn't scored a Top 40 hit in six years -- the success of "Everybody Loves Somebody," which took off for number one upon its release in May , caught Reprise Records by surprise. The label already had a Martin album on its schedule, Dream With Dean, and that LP even contained "Everybody Loves Somebody."5/
  6. Apr 06,  · Everybody Loves a Happy Ending follows the duo's 13 hit singles and Gary Jules' chart-topping cover of their debut Mad World. As the s progressed the duo swapped the direct pop of Change, Pale Shelter and Shout for the dense psychedelia of The Seeds of Love, the album which relegated Smith to backing vocals and inspired the split.
  7. Everybody Loves a Happy Ending will do little to convert those who winced at Orzabal and Smith's obtuse lyrics and over the top production the first time around, but loyal followers, fans of XTC's Apple Venus, Pt. 1, and lovers of intricately arranged and artfully executed pop music will find themselves delightfully consumed by another chapter.
  8. out of 5 stars This is another American Version album of We Love Disney, and it is OK. Reviewed in the United States on July 5, The songs on this CD (with the Genie) are a bit slower and quieter than the pop singers on the first We Love Disney CD (with Tinkerbell facing right)/5(2).
  9. The album consists largely of humorous novelty songs. The album's cover art was created by Jack Davis. Cash would reprise a number of the tracks on this album in later venues such as TV performances, and live versions of "Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog" and "Joe Bean" would be featured on his later live album At Folsom Prison.