Comes in gatefold sleeve. Featuring The Hit Single "PALOMA BLANCA" On Cover. Recording Distributed by WEA Records Lt. (P)&(C) 1975. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, stamped, variant 1): K-56136. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout, stamped, variant 1): K-56136. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, stamped, variant 2): . 6136.
Paloma Blanca" (Spanish for "white dove"), often called "Una Paloma Blanca", is a song written by the Dutch musician George Baker, and first recorded and released by his band The George Baker Selection. The single was a hit throughout Europe, and was taken from the group's fifth album of the same name. The song became a hit on the . Billboard Easy Listening Singles chart on 14 February 1976 (becoming that chart's overall song for 1976) and peaked at on the .
Paloma Blanca - Студийный альбом от George Baker Selection. В альбом вошло 14 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 47:12. George Baker Selection. Goodbye Little Boy. 02:53. 2. Sing for the Day. 03:53. 3.
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George Baker formed a new George Baker Selection in 1985, which stayed together until 1989. The band has released twelve albums and several compilation albums. The band experienced a brief return to the international charts in 1992, when the song "Little Green Bag" was used in the title sequence of the film Reservoir Dogs, and a Chilean soap opera. After the George Baker Selection split up in 1978, Baker performed as a solo artist until 1985, when he briefly returned with a new George Baker Selection. Since 1989 he has once again worked solo
It had been almost six years since "Little Green Bag," when George Baker and his gang landed their second and final American Top 40 hit, "Paloma Blanca," in 1976. That single's on this LP, naturally, and both it and the other tracks make the zippy pop/rock of "Little Green Bag" seem as tough as Jimi Hendrix in comparison. Paloma Blanca is frothy, anonymous European pop, marrying chipper romp-in-the-country melodies with beats that borrow from disco, polka, mariachi, and pseudo-Eastern European gypsy music