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Bob Moore And His Orchestra - Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence album

Bob Moore And His Orchestra - Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence album Performer: Bob Moore And His Orchestra
Title: Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence
Date of release: 1963
Country: Germany
Size MP3: 1783 mb
Size FLAC: 1641 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Hot Spot By Bob Moore. Bob Moore And His Orchestra - "Mexico". Bob Moore - Mexico (1961). In 1958, he played on his first of many Elvis Presley sessions at RCA Studio B and soundtrack. The following year he teamed up with Fred Foster to establish Monument Records, where, as the label's musical director, he created arrangements for Roy Orbison. In 1960, he formed the Bob Moore Orchestra and recorded an album which included "Mexico", a 1961 45 rpm single that went to number seven on the Billboard pop music chart, remaining in the Top 40 for ten weeks. The song also topped the Easy Listening chart for one week in 1961

Tracklist

A Kentucky 2:42
B The Flowers Of Florence 1:58

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 20 701 Bob >Mexico< Moore* Kentucky ‎(7", Single) London Records DL 20 701 Germany Unknown
45-814 Bob Moore And His Orchestra Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence ‎(7", Single) Monument 45-814 US 1963
45-814 Bob Moore And His Orchestra Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence ‎(7", Single) Monument 45-814 US 1963
MN 814 Bob Moore Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence ‎(7", Single) Monument MN 814 Canada 1963
45 - 814 Bob Moore And His Orchestra Kentucky / The Flowers Of Florence ‎(7", Single) Monument 45 - 814 US 1963