The Easybeats - Heaven And Hell album
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Heaven And Hell" is a 1967 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda. The song marked a changed in style for the group, influenced by the psychedelic and baroque pop of the time. When the song was released worldwide in June 1967, it run into censorship problems in some regions. it was banned by the BBC due to the word "hell".
Watch the video for Heaven And Hell from The Easybeats's The Definitive Anthology for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Definitive Anthology. The Easybeats were an Australian rock band which formed in Sydney, Australia, in late 1964, and disbanded at the end of 1969. They were the antipodean echo to the style and sound of the Beatles in Britain, and the first rock and roll act from Australia to score an international pop hit with the 1966 single, "Friday on My Mind".
THE EASYBEATS - HEAVEN AND HELL (Vanda/Young) Tenth single A side. Also as FRIDAY ON MY MIND album. Banned in the USA for the second. Tabbed by:PJVillanueva. Hell is knowing that your face has gone red Discovering someone else in your bed Baby, baby, This kind of love's bringing down this man. You've got me going between heaven and hell The ups and downs of you has got me so I can stand up and yell You did me wrong but I know you Still there's no disputin' that you're out of sight
Heaven And Hell" is a 1967 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda. 1 Controversy and releases. United Artists feared record stations would object to the line "discovering someone else in your bed". To play it safe, a censored version was recorded with a replacement line "discovering that your love has gone dead" The song performed disappointingly in the . and . It charted in the . on the Cashbox and Record World charts at and retrospectively.
Also as FRIDAY ON MY MIND album. You've got me going between heaven and hell The ups and downs of you has got me so I can stand up and yell You did me wrong but I know you Still there's no disputin' that you're out of sight.
Redirected from Heaven and Hell (album)). Heaven and Hell may refer to: Heaven and Hell. Heaven and Hell (Swedenborg), a 1758 book by Emanuel Swedenborg. Heaven and Hell (Allan Kardec), an 1865 book by Allan Kardec. Heaven & Hell, a 1956 book by Aldous Huxley, sequel to The Doors of Perception. Heaven and Hell, a 1981 play by Dusty Hughes. Heaven and Hell, a 1987 novel by John Jakes in the North and South trilogy.
The Shame Just Drained. Albert Productions, BMG. 2:42.
Best Of The Easybeats. Compilation, Январь 1967, Albert Productions. 4. Sad Lonely And Blue. 11. Made My Bed (Gonna Lie in It). 12. Friday On My Mind. 15. Happy Is The Man. 16. Hello How Are You? 17. Good Times. 18. The Music Goes Round My Head. 19. Fancy Seeing you Here.
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- Made By – EMI (Australia) Limited
- Written-By – Vanda - Young*
White label version with Heaven And Hell specified as "U.S.A Version." The lyric was changed from "discovering some else in your bed" to "discovering that her love has gone dead".
|A8255||The Easybeats||Heaven And Hell / Pretty Girl (7", Single)||Parlophone||A8255||Australia||1967|
|67 106||The Easybeats||Heaven And Hell (7", Single)||United Artists Records||67 106||Germany||1967|
|UA 50187||The Easy Beats*||Heaven And Hell (7", Single, Mono, Promo, Styrene)||United Artists Records||UA 50187||US||1967|
|67 819||The Easybeats||Heaven & Hell (7", Single)||United Artists Records||67 819||Greece||1967|
|UA 50,187||The Easy Beats*||Pretty Girl (7")||United Artists Records||UA 50,187||US||1967|