- Title:Tonight In Person
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- Size FLAC version1988 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1508 megabytes
- Size WMA version1168 megabytes
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Recorded in live performance at the Ash Grove, Hollywood, California, July 29, 1960. Previously released on CAMDEN Records. Made from masters of RCA Corporation. 1961, 1977, RCA Corporation. Distribue au Canada par/Distributed in Canada by: Pickwick Records of Canada Ltd. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
The Limeliters' debut album for RCA Victor was not only one of their finest, but was also a smash hit on the Billboard album charts, reaching the number five position and staying on for over a year. The success of the album propelled the folk trio "perilously close to solvency," as group wit Lou Gottlieb often observed. Recorded live at the Ash Grove in Hollywood on July 29, 1960, the album showed the tremendous poise and versatility the group only hinted at on their first album for Elektra, which was just getting on the market at the time.
Recorded in live performance at the Ash Grove, Hollywood, California, July 29, 1960.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. There's a Meetin' Here Tonight. I also own this album as an LP disc. I now have added it to my iPod. The Limeliters, along with the Kingston Trio, Chad Mitchel Trio and several other amazing folk groups defined the generation of the late 50s and early 60s.
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The Limeliters' album Tonight: In Person reached number 5 on Billboard in 1961, and was on the . The reissue in 1961 of their earlier Elektra album made the top 40 and spent 18 weeks on the charts. Their third release, The Slightly Fabulous Limeliters, made the top ten in the same year, charting for 36 weeks. Another album with staying power was one of folk songs for children of all ages, Through Children's Eyes. It remained charted for 29 weeks and peaked at The group maintained a hectic workload during their peak of popularity.
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