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Back Alley Boogie - The Bob Crewe Generation - Street Talk (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Not On Label (The Bob Crewe Generation) LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release: UK: The Bob Crewe Generation: Ah Men! / Back Alley Boogie: none: Not On Label (The Bob Crewe Generation) 12", 33 ⅓ RPM,, US: Bob Crewe: A Special Message From Bob Crewe: none: not on label: 7", 45 RPM, Promo, US: The Bob Crewe Generation: The Bob.
  2. Original albums 'Street Talk' & 'Motivation', Plus! Bob Crewe CD: The Complete Elektra Recordings (2-CD) - Bear Family Records To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser.
  3. During and , Crewe was signed to Elektra Records, where he released two remarkably diverse albums. ’s Street Talk resurrected The Bob Crewe Generation, best-known for the swinging bachelor pad classic “Music to Watch Girls By,” for the disco age.
  4. Nov 22,  · THE BOB CREWE GENERATION - Back Alley Boogie ('76) Disco *Tom Moulton, Patti Austin, Gwen Guthrie - Duration: Kogen Yamada views.
  5. "Boogie Flap" Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes Kenny Nolan - - 51 "Street Talk" The Bob Crewe Generation Cidny Bullens: 56 - - "Fancy Dancer" Frankie Valli L. Russell Brown: 77 - - "Heaven Above Me" Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson: Bob Gaudio - - 84 "You're Looking Like Love to Me" Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson Bob Gaudio, Jerry.
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  7. Mar 04,  · In early , he reactivated The Bob Crewe Generation (“Music to Watch Girls By”) as B.C.G. for The Eleventh Hour’s home of 20th Century Records. B.C.G. issued the pulsating, rhythmic “Street Talk” in numerous variations on 45, but the No. 56 hit single was just a taste of things to come.
  8. ’s Street Talk resurrected The Bob Crewe Generation, best-known for the swinging bachelor pad classic “Music to Watch Girls By,” for the disco age. As a “disco-rock ballet” concept album aimed at Broadway, Street Talk reflected the exuberant, uninhibited and provocative spirit of the era with its lush, orchestral disco style.

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