My new single with The Human Bass!!! Listen to the full track here: https://soundcloud.com/josephhorn99/the-human-bass-joseph-horn-fireworks-original-mix
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“Happy Together” is a 1967 song from The Turtles’ album of the same name. Released in February of 1967, the song knocked The Beatles’ “Penny Lane” out of the #1 slot for three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the group’s only chart-topper. “Happy Together” reached #12 on the UK Singles Chart in April 1967. The song was written by Garry Bonner and Alan Gordon, former members of a band known as The Magicians. The song had been rejected a dozen times before The Turtles were offered it, and the demo acetate was worn out.
This is a three minute promotional video produced by writer, musician, teacher, and folklorist David Ensminger for his book due out July 1, 2011, from the University of Mississippi Press. Ensminger shot the photographs (minus one by Ben DeSoto), collected the flyers, and wrote the lyrics and played drums for the two bands on the soundtrack — Zipperneck, from 2005, and No Love Less, from 2011 (in which he sings the song as well). Ensminger has contributed to Maximum RocknRoll, Trust (Germany), Houston Press, Journal of Popular Music Studies, M/C Journal, Postmodern Culture, and other publications. You can find the book online at Amazon or www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1381.
What’s up guys?! Here’s another review for all of you awesome people! Check out my thoughts on Simple Plan’s “Taking One For The Team”!
Album Score: 4/10
Best Songs: Boom, Opinion Overload, Nostalgic, I Refuse, I Dream About You
Worst Songs: I Dont Wanna Be Sad, Perfectly Perfect, Kiss Me Like Nobody’s Watching
Also, let me know what you guys thought in the comments and what albums you’d like to see me do next! I’m about to upload my review of From Ashes To New’s album “Day One” as well! Keep an eye out! Like, subscribe, comment if you like what you see here on LiveAndBreatheMusic!