Sitting In The Apple Tree - Davy Jones - Davy Jones - The Bell Recordings (1971-72) (CD, Album)

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  1. Davy Jones: The Bell Recordings (), an Album by Davy Jones. Released 24 April on Friday (catalog no. FRM ; CD). Genres: Pop.
  2. New releases news from Friday Music! The street date for the Davy Jones Bell Recordings CD is April 24 th, DAVY JONES-The Bell Recordings () Friday Music is honored to announce for the first time ever a deluxe compact disc release of the classic Davy Jones album Davy Jones/Th­e Bell Recordings ().Remastered by long time Monkees friend and fan Joe Reagoso (­The.
  3. This set includes the Davy Jones album in its entirety and the A- and B-sides of three singles from Bell, so it's pretty much the Bell story. The music hasn't worn well, and aside from a version of Neil Sedaka's "Rainy Jane" and the impossibly cheery but affecting "Sitting in the Apple Tree," the curious charm of this release has more to do with willful nostalgia than it does musical spark/5(13).
  4. Artist: Davy Jones Title: Davy Jones - The Bell Recordings () Year Of Release: Label: Friday Music Genre: Pop Rock, Sunshine Pop Quality: Mp3 / Flac (tracks) Total Time: Total Size: / Mb (scans) WebSite: Album Preview.
  5. This album, released soon after the Monkees could no longer call themselves the Monkees, acts as if the Monkees never existed in the first place. Forget all the artistic advances Jones made in the aforementioned band; this stuff is strictly teen-idol or MOR material, with a British feel. Having said that, it's still very good for what it is.
  6. Oct 23,  · A while ago I wrote down and sang some lyrics to the theme of Davy Jones, and I wanna share them here with you! Check out Man on the Internet's and mine duet.
  7. The album, though bolstered by some focused promotional work on the famous Davy Jones Brady Bunch episode, tanked on the charts. Again, this is too bad, as the album was not THAT bad. The suits from Colgems/Bell kept trying to replicate the Monkees' successful teen idol appeal to pre-teen girls/5(6).
  8. I’m sittin’ in the apple tree Lookin’ for a star I’m sittin’ in the apple tree I wonder where you are I can see to the other side of town (Ooh ooh ooh ooh) And I can see the whole wide world if I turn around (Ooh ooh ooh ooh) I’m sittin’ in the apple tree Lookin’ for a star I’m sittin’ in the apple tree I wonder where you are.

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