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Flower Drum Song Like A God

"Flower Drum Song Like A God" is a track in 2000 Best Rock album, Broadway First Take Vol2.Various Artists receivedvarious rewards for good rendition of a Rock song.Average profit recieved to Slider Music from music track is $2221.This soundtrack was made live 18 years before, begining to be loved by English music lovers.This is Various Artists`s 162759th song, Out of 163347 till now.The music track was nicely composed by Various Artists on the other side it was pleasantly performed by Various Artists.It rapidly reached to edge on video platform youtube in 2005, and is seen by 30.14 thousand audience.
participated as a lyricist.Prime opera singer Various Artists introduced in two tasks, roled as singers and composer.Slider Music, broadcasted this track after recording "Flower Drum Song Sunday" music track performed by Los Dos Reales.Track is obtainable on itunes library for $1.29 where as whole list only for $9.99.

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Song Name Flower Drum Song Like A God
CategoriesEnglish.
SingersVarious Artists.
ComposerVarious Artists.
LabelSlider Music.
AlbumsBroadway First Take Vol2.
GenreRock.
Duration 02:30
Record on January 2, 2018
Album Price $9.99
Song Price $1.29
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In my ongoing efforts to occasionally present music that might be obscure, different - and possibly (to some ears) even strange - this album "Hi Fi In An Oriental Garden" certainly fits the bill. I believe it is from 1958 when stereo was "new", and it presents various folk and ancient songs from China, Japan, the Phillippines, Korea and Thailand. This song is entitled "Flower Drum Song" (here not to be confused in any way with Rodgers and Hammerstein!) which is sung by Stephen C. Cheng and a lady named simply Sirat. This is a folk song from east China. The album liner notes provide the following explanation for this song: "To meet calamities with humor" is the underlying spirit of this song: With gong and drum, we'll sing a song. Sad is my fate, my husband is good for nothing except beating his drum. Ai-ya! Sad is my fate, my wife has nothing outstanding but her feet, more than one foot long, Ai-ya! Feng-yang was once a rich town, but misfortunes befell us, so we have to beg around with the drum." Original melodies adapted and arranged by James N. Peterson. Produced by Creed Taylor.

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