All for the Love of Sunshine" is a song recorded by American country music singer Hank Williams Jr. Written by music executive Mike Curb, Harley Hatcher and Lalo Schifrin, the song went to number-one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in September 1970. Williams was backed by The Mike Curb Congregation on the song. It was included on the soundtrack of the 1970 film, Kelly's Heroes.
Single by Hank Williams Jr. with The Mike Curb Congregation. from the album All for the Love of Sunshine. Ballad Of The Moonshine". Solomon Burke, Mike Curb Congregation, The Mob, Jimmy Osmond, Tommy Roe, Ray Stevens, The Sylvers, Don Costa Orchestra and Laurie Lee Schaefer were on the stage for the young audience. Mike served as the master of ceremonies for the program. The Mike Curb Congregation sang "Nixon Now", a 1972 promotional record. In 1970, Billboard reported that "MGM Records president Mike Curb has dropped 18 acts who, in his opinion and exploit hard drugs through music. Billboard reported that Curb was alarmed by the drug-related deaths of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Alan Wilson of Canned.
Mike Curb Congregation - All For The Love Of Sunshine (feat. Hank Williams, J. 03:50. Hank Williams Jr. - Cocaine Blues 03:51. - Keep Your Hands To Yourself 03:38. - Mr. Lincoln 04:17. Hank Williams Jr - All The Roads (ft Grascals) 03:08. Hank Williams Jr - Jesus Just Left Chicago/Waiting for the Bus 08:13. - You Win Again 02:38. Hit Tunes Karaoke - Family Tradition (Originally Performed By Hank Williams, J. 04:01. Hit Tunes Karaoke - Thirsty (Originally Performed By Hank Williams Jr) 03:13.
Sung with the Mike Curb Congregation – 2:18. Side two. All For the Love of Sunshine. Sung with the Mike Curb Congregation – 3:52. I've Learned to Take the Hurtin' – 2:32. Greatest Hits Volume II ("Weird Al" Yankovic album) (1994)It may also refer to other albums that include the phrase "Greatest Hits Volume Two": The Greatest Hits – Volume 2: 20 More Good Vibrations (1999) by The Beach Boys. The Best of The Byrds: Greatest Hits, Volume II (1972). John Denver's Greatest Hits, Volume 2 (1977). Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol.
12" Vinyl 1. 1 All For The Love Of Sunshine. 2 Wolverton Mountain. 3 When I Stop Dreaming.
Hank Williams J. s remarkable run of hits starting in 1979 is collected on the new box set 'A Country Boy Can Survive. Scott Legato/Getty Images. For more than 50 years, Hank Williams, Jr. has been a constant presence on the country charts and the concert stage. Beginning with a Top Five remake of his father’s Long Gone Lonesome Blues in 1964, Williams has made the Billboard country singles charts over 100 times, scoring 10 Number One hits. Other cuts include his first Number One, 1970’s All for the Love of Sunshine, recorded with the Mike Curb Congregation vocal group, and popular album cuts such as Outlaw Women, Dinosaur and The Blues Man. Related. Hank Williams J. 'I Don't Give a Sh-t About the Election'.
To be fair, the title of The Complete Hank Williams, Jr. is disingenuous, since three discs are hardly enough space to cover his complete recordings or even his complete recordings for Curb Records. So, forget the title and concentrate on the music, which is a distillation of his decade-long stint at Curb. Granted, these ten years found Williams coasting to a certain extent, relying more on his superstar status than pushing his music forward, but that doesn't mean that the music itself is weak.
New listing Hank Williams Jr Mike Curb Congregation Sweet Dreams 1971 MGM SE-4798 Lp vinyl. Hank Williams, Jr.
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–Hank Williams, Jr.* With Mike Curb Congregation, The*
All For The Love Of Sunshine
Written-By – Harley Hatcher, Lalo Schifrin, Mike Curb
–Hank Williams, Jr.*
Ballad Of The Moonshine
Producer – Perry Botkin. Jr.*Written-By – Hank Williams, Jr.*
Hastings Music Corp.
Arranged By, Conductor
Side A is taken from the MGM Katzka-Loen production "Kelly's Heroes".
Side B is taken from the MGM-Martin Ransohoff production "The Moonshine War"
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Matrix / Runout (Label A-side): 70 L 1336
Matrix / Runout (Label B-side): 70 L 1337
Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Runout A: Hand etched): K 14152 70 L 1336-6
Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Runout B: Hand etched): K 14152 70 L 1337-6
Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Runout A: Hand etched): K 14152 70 L 1336-4
Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Runout B: Hand etched): K 14152 70 L 1337-3
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Hank Williams, Jr.* With Mike Curb Congregation, The*
Hank Williams, Jr.* With Mike Curb Congregation, The* -
All For The Love Of Sunshine (7", Single)
Hank Williams Jr. With The Mike Curb Congregation*
Hank Williams Jr. With The Mike Curb Congregation* -
All For The Love Of Sunshine (7", Single, Promo)
Hank Williams Jr., Mike Curb Congregation
Hank Williams Jr., Mike Curb Congregation -
All For The Love Of Sunshine / Ballad Of The Moonshine (7")
Hank Williams, Jr.* With The Mike Curb Congregation*
Hank Williams, Jr.* With The Mike Curb Congregation* -
All For The Love Of Sunshine (7", Single)
Performer:Hank Williams, Jr. Genre: Folk music / Media music Title: All For The Love Of Sunshine Country: Scandinavia Released: 1970 Style: Country, Theme MP3 version ZIP size: 1178 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1170 mb Rating: 4.7 Votes: 906 Other Formats: TTA AAC APE DMF DXD AC3 AIFF
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