Leapy Lee - Little Arrows mp3 album
Leapy Lee - Little Arrows 1968 There's a boy, a little boy Shootin' arrows in the blue And he's aiming them at someone But the question is at who. Is it m. .
Leapy Lee (born Graham Pulleyblank, but later changed his name to Lee Graham, 2 July 1939, Eastbourne, England) is an English singer, best known for his 1968 single "Little Arrows", which reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart and was a Top 40 country and pop hit in the United States.
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Little Arrows" is a single by English artist Leapy Lee. Released in 1968, it was the first single from his album Little Arrows. The song peaked at number 2 in his homeland, number 11 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. Little arrows was covered in Spain by the female singer Karina. It has become a well-known melody over the years. It was called "Las Flechas del Amor" and arranged by Waldo de los Ríos
Label variation of Leapy Lee - Little Arrows. Vocals with Instrumental Accompaniment. Decca Records, A Division of MCA In. New York, . Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): LNMG 7-139. Leapy Lee. Little Arrows (LP, Album, Mono).
Leapy Lee (born Graham Pulleyblank, but later changed to Lee Graham, 2 July 1939, Eastbourne, England) is an English singer, best known for his 1968 single "Little Arrows", which reached No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart, and was a Top 40 country and pop hit in the United States. The song "Little Arrows", written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, was also the title track of his first album, released in 1968 on Decca Records. It reached No. 71 in the Billboard 200 album chart.
British vocalist Leapy Lee turned the song into a crossover country hit that is sometimes categorized as a novelty even though its novel imagery is not exactly a joke. Lee made a few country hits, but "Little Arrows" was his only pop hit despite the fact that he doesn't sound much like a country singer. The album Little Arrows was recorded in England and has a light, whimsical, pop-oriented tone similar to its hit single. If I Ever Get to Saginaw Again" is a gem and should have been a hit as well.
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Album: Little Arrows (1968). Charted: 2 16. Get the Sheet Music License This Song The song would be his only Top 100 record. Joe from Santa Ponsa, SpainForty years after the initial release, the new official version of "Little Arrows II" EP by Leapy Lee includes hits by Albert Hammond: "Little Arrows", "When I Need You" and "One Moment In Time".
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Play Little Arrows album songs MP3 by Leapy Lee and download Little Arrows songs on Gaana. Released by Gotham Records Mar 2008 4 Tracks.
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Arranged By – Joe MorettiWritten-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
Arranged By – Gordon Mills Written-By – Jerry Chestnut*
|A3||Harper Valley P.T.A.
Arranged By – Gordon Mills Written-By – Tom Hall*
|A4||I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Arranged By – Joe MorettiWritten-By – Bob Dylan
|A5||Where Has All The Love Gone
Arranged By – Mike VickersWritten By – Luck-Szego
|A6||My Girl Maria
Arranged By – Mike VickersWritten-By – Chuck Glaser
|B1||If I Ever Get To Saginaw Again
Arranged By – Mike VickersWritten-By – Bob Russell, Jack Keller
Arranged By – Mike VickersWritten-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
|B3||Little Green Apples
Arranged By – Gordon Mills Written-By – Bobby Russell
Arranged By – Gordon Mills Written-By – Raymond Froggatt
Arranged By – Mike VickersWritten-By – Carole Bayer, Toni Wine
- Manufactured By – Decca Records
- Record Company – MCA Inc.
- Engineer – John Timperley
- Liner Notes – Barry Mason
- Photography By [Cover] – Grace Waring
- Producer – Gordon Mills
NotesMfr'd by Decca Records, A Division Of MCA Inc., New York, USA
|DL 75076||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (LP, Album)||Decca||DL 75076||US||1968|
|MUPS 354||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MUPS 354||UK||1968|
|SSSX 340.858||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (LP, Album)||Stateside||SSSX 340.858||France||1968|
|MUP 354||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (LP, Album, Mono)||MCA Records||MUP 354||UK||1968|
|DL 75076||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (LP, Album, Promo)||Decca||DL 75076||US||1968|
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Hammond-Hazlewood
|B||Time Will Tell
Written-By – Mills*, Harris*
- Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Producer – Gordon Mills
NotesMade in Australia by Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): MX28295
- Matrix / Runout (B): MX28296
|MU 1028||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows / Time Will Tell (7", Single)||MCA Records||MU 1028||UK||1968|
|32380||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (7")||MCA Records||32380||Canada||1973|
|32380||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows / Time Will Tell (7", Single, RE)||Decca||32380||Canada||Unknown|
|KSS 1053||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (7", Single, Mono)||Stateside||KSS 1053||Norway||1968|
|LL-2214-AX||Leapy Lee||Little Arrows (7", Single)||Columbia||LL-2214-AX||Japan||1969|