Eve Of The Fever - Various - Hardware Recordings - Collection No. 2 (CDr)

Download Eve Of The Fever - Various - Hardware Recordings - Collection No. 2 (CDr)
Label: Hardware Recordings - none • Format: CDr • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal


QUIX - Taton* - Quality EP (File, MP3), Rob Me Blind - Barge - Lose (Cassette), Mathieu Harlaut - Town Affairs (File, MP3, Album), Innocent Little Boys Cry - Lamarche* - Searching For The Sunrise (Vinyl), Missing You - Jem - Finally Woken (CD, Album), Sugar Man, Dead Flowers - The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers (Vinyl, LP, Album), My Love (Instrumental) - The-Dream - My Love/Rockin That Thang Remix (Vinyl), The Beginning - Roko - Think About Tomorrow (CD, Album), Pale People - Maria Mena - Another Phase (Vinyl, LP, Album), Im The Lonely One - Cliff Richard & The Shadows - Im The Lonely One (Red Vinyl) (Vinyl), Relax - Venus (46) - Dolor De Fin De Siglo (Cassette), The Railroad Corral - Rex Allen - Cowboy Under The Western Sky (File, MP3)


  1. Apr 21,  · Fever Records was the Freestyle and Club music label founded by Sal Abbatiello in as a counterpart to his legendary NYC hot spot, The Fever. The actual name of the label was originally the Fever, as reflected in the catalog numbers as well a liberal interpetation of the logo which reads: "THE Fever catch it!Fever Records started initially as a Hip-Hop label with .
  2. Billy Joel performing "Fever" on his United Artists debut with the band the Hassles in the late '60s is only one of the surprises here. An album that starts off with all that's left of close to 60 seconds of Cilla Black performing Peggy Lee's signature tune (backed by Gerry & the Pacemakers, a version half erased in error!) crosses the musical spectrum with performances by Quincy 6/
  3. Mar 02,  · Eve Records and all of its sublabels were among the finest trance labels back then along with Bonzai mainly because none of their releases sounded the same and included a wide variety of style from uplifting to tech-trance, hard trance and even acid.
  4. The song Fever was written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell and was first recorded and released by Little Willie John in It was covered by Shades of Blue Orchestra, Deborah Russo, Big Time Sarah, Joan Crowe and other artists.
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  6. About Fever Records. FEVER ENTERPRISES, formed in by entrepreneur Sal Abbatiello, encompasses all areas of the music industry including his own record label, artist management company, publishing company, concert promotions, and night sketputtombmingchartfors.svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.co Abbatiello, a Bronx born and native, initially started the business as a bartender in his father’s bar.
  7. Oct 09,  · Like Wikipedia says, “Fever” is a song written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell, who used the pseudonym John Davenport. It was originally recorded by Little Willie John in It has been covered by numerous artists from various musical genres (not always with a good result) but the song still and have the score of more or 90 covers since today.
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