Variant front cover (Blue) + printed "Stéreo" : Georges Alain - Toeroeroeloe, Tornado Rock. The pochette is a simple folded sheet. Matrix, Runout (Runout etched A side): P - 1968 P-058-A. Matrix, Runout (Runout etched B side): P - 1968 P-058-B.
Written-By – G. De Swert, H. Silver, N. Lambre. Written-By – G. Silver. Rights Society: BIEM. Georges Alain And The Tornados (11) - Toeroeroeloe - Tornado Rock (7", Single). Passe-Partout Records.
Passe-Partout Records. MLP 0199/846, M. LP 0199-846. Georges Alain, Marisa (25), The Tornados (11). Georges Alain And The Tornados (11) - Toeroeroeloe - Tornado Rock (Single).
Georges Alain And The Tornados (11) - Toeroeroeloe - Tornado Rock (7", Single). C 105. Rudy Veltri And The Tornados (11), The Tornados (11). Rudy Veltri And The Tornados (11), The Tornados (11) - Waterfalls Of Love, Lost Memories (7").
All Electronic Jazz Rock Latin Blues Non-Music Pop Classical Brass & Military Children's Folk, World, & Country Stage & Screen. k Heb De Mot In Me Lijf (Cass, Album). Passe-Partout Records, Passe-Partout Records.
Georges Alain And The Tornados (11). Tornado Rock (as G. De Swert) and 1 mor. eorges Alain And The Tornados (11) - Toeroeroeloe - Tornado Rock (Single).
Texas Tornados is a Tejano band. Its music is a fusion of conjunto (German and Norteno Mexican fusion music of Texas) with rock, country, and various Mexican styles. The initial combination of Flaco Jiménez, Augie Meyers, and Doug Sahm performed in front of a San Francisco audience. They all knew the genuine bond they felt in their music could probably be taken to another level.
The Toreador Song is the popular name for the aria "Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre" ("Your toast, I can return it to you"), from the opera Carmen, composed by Georges Bizet to a libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. It is sung by the bullfighter (French: toréador) Escamillo as he enters in act 2 and describes various situations in the bullring, the cheering of the crowds and the fame that comes with victory
Extended Play Record.
Listen free to The Tornados – The Tornados Greatest Hits (Telstar, Red Roses and a Sky of Blue and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The Tornados enjoyed several chart hits in their own right, including the Number One hit "Telstar" (named after the satellite and composed by Meek) which was famously the first Number One hit by a British group in the . For a time, they were considered serious rivals to The Shadows. They were also one of the biggest influences on The Who, and also on the early Pink Floyd.
|P. 058||Georges Alain And The Tornados||Georges Alain And The Tornados - Toeroeroeloe - Tornado Rock (7", Single)||Passe-Partout Records||P. 058||France||1968|
|P. 058||Georges Alain||Toeroeroeloe / Tornado Rock (7", Single)||Passe-Partout Records||P. 058||Belgium||1968|