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Terry Cashman - Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song mp3 album

Terry Cashman - Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song mp3 album Performer: Terry Cashman
Title: Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song
Style: Novelty
Date of release: 1981
Country: US
Size MP3: 1532 mb
Size FLAC: 1399 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: FLAC DTS VOC MPC MP2 ADX TTA

First Appeared on Terry Cashman – Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball). Have: 74 Want: 28. Notes.

First Appeared on Terry Cashman – Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball), It's Easy To Sing A Love Song. Have: 39 Want: 11.

It was as Cashman & West that they found their feet as recording artists, writers, record producers and record label owners. It was as producers they made hits for themselves and a string of smash hits for Jim Croce and others. It would have been unthinkable back then to release these on Chiswick Records alongside the Count Bishops, Motorhead and the Damned. Then as Chiswick recorded more mainstream pop with Sniff ‘n’ the Tears and Rocky Sharpe & the Replays, and in its maturity released Dean Friedman and Henry Gross, so it made sense now for Chiswick to release these two albums on CD for the first time. Each CD is rounded off with what they did next.

If Cooperstown is calling, it’s no fluke. Willie, Mickey, and the Duke. Say hey, say hey, say hey) –Talkin’ Baseball by Terry Cashman. The greatest thing about baseball is that no argument is ever settled. Every dispute, disagreement and contrary opinion goes into extra innings. Oh sure, Al Gore and his Evil Internet has made it easier to look up final scores and assorted statistics, but as far as the sublime & the subtle? That friends, is fodder for taproom debate from Boston to Dubuque to Washington state.

In 1981 Terry Cashman recorded what is more commonly referred to as Talkin' Baseball, which was originally called Willie, Mickey And The Duke. It became - and still is - a very popular pop song that pays tribute to players from the fifties and a variety of variations were released during the following seasons. What follows below is a follow-up to that classic tune which specifically pays tribute to the New York Yankees. The Stadium was built by Ruth, The Iron Horse was in his youth. The Yankees lineup was a Murderers Row. And after Huggins' reign. They were champions again  . They're headed for the Classic in the Fall. A new century's beginning, But the Yankees keep on winning. When Torre calls 'Mo, it's over you know, So, let's play ball! I'm Talkin' baseball! Bernie, Mike, and Jeter.

Tracklist

Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) 3:10
It's Easy To Sing A Love Song 3:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LS 45086 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song ‎(7") Lifesong LS 45086 US 1981
SSLS-8135 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song ‎(12", S/Sided, Ltd) Lifesong SSLS-8135 US 1981
LS 45086 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song ‎(7") Lifesong LS 45086 US 1981
LS 45086-CC Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) ‎(7", Single) Lifesong LS 45086-CC US 1981
LS 45086 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) ‎(7", Single, Promo) Lifesong LS 45086 US 1981
LS 45086 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song ‎(7") Lifesong LS 45086 US 1981
LS 45110 Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) / It's Easy To Sing A Love Song ‎(7") Lifesong LS 45110 US 1981
LS 45086-C Terry Cashman Willie, Mickey And "The Duke" (Talkin' Baseball) ‎(7", Single) Lifesong LS 45086-C US 1981


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