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The Banana Splits - Wait Till Tomorrow / We're The Banana Splits flac
Performer: The Banana Splits
Title: Wait Till Tomorrow / We're The Banana Splits
Label: Decca
Country: France
Released: 1968
Cat: 59.013
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2977 mb | MP3 size: 2119 mb | WMA size: 1581 mb
Genre: Pop / TV

1We're The Banana Splits
2Wait Till Tomorrow


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
32391The Banana Splits We're The Banana Splits ‎(7", Single)Decca32391US1968
32391The Banana Splits Wait Till Tomorrow/We're The Banana Splits ‎(7", Single, Promo)Decca32391US1968
DK-2698The Banana Splits Wait Till Tomorrow/We're The Banana Splits ‎(7", Single)Festival RecordsDK-2698Australasia1968
11076The Banana Splits Espera Hasta Mañana / Somos Los Banana Splits ‎(7", Single, Promo)Decca11076Chile1968
DK-2698The Banana Splits Wait Till Tomorrow ‎(7", Single)Festival RecordsDK-2698New Zealand1968



Banana Splits frolic through the streets of San Francisco. Cool SF sites like Lombard Street, Coit Tower, Fisherman's Wharf are featured in this is an A-side single to We're The Banana Splits and is written by Ritchie Adams, Mark Barkan. The 45 was released in 1968 by Decca Records and Banana Splits' bubblegum pop rock and roll was provided by studio professionals, including Al Kooper You're the Lovin' End, Barry White Doin' the Banana Split, and Gene Pitney Two Ton Tessie. Jimmy Radcliffe provided his songs I'm Gonna Find a Cave, Soul, Don't Go Away Go-Go Girl, Adam Had 'Em and The Show Must Go On but did not contribute vocals to Splits recordings. Three singles, The Tra La La Song, Wait Till Tomorrow, and Long Live Love were released by the Splits along with an album, We're the Banana Splits. We're the Banana Splits, Here Come the Beagles 1995 Hollywood Library HL-75075. Banana Splits. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. We're the Banana Splits is a record by The Banana Splits. It was released by Decca in 1968. In 1995 it was released on CD along with Here Come the Beagles. A1 We're the Banana Splits 2:22. Written by Ritchie Adams, Tony Powers. A2 I'm Gonna Find a Cave 2:25. Written by Buddy Scott, Jimmy Radcliffe. A3 This Spot 2:20. Written by Don Lauren, Jay Fishman. A4 Doin' the Banana Split 2:27. Written by Barry White. A5 Toy Piano Melody Instrumental 2:30. We're the Banana Splits Album. Wait Til Tomorrow Lyrics. The Banana Splits - Wait Til Tomorrow Lyrics. Artist: The Banana Splits. Album: We're the Banana Splits. Heyo SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Gliding through the mirrors all through the night Searching for the star that was once so bright We had it once but we let it go The warm affection that we needed so. But wait til' tomorrow We'll find each other then Wait til' tomorrow Tomorrow we will learn to love again. Yesterday we said our love could last And if we fight or cried all over the past I don't know just how we lost our way But I know we can't make love come back today. The Banana Splits Adventure Hour also simply known as The Banana Splits is an American television variety show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and featuring the Banana Splits, a fictional rock band composed of four funny animal characters in red helmets. The costumed hosts of the show are Fleegle guitar, vocals, Bingo drums, vocals, Drooper bass, vocals and Snorky keyboards, effects. Download and listen online Wait Till Tomorrow by The Banana Splits. Genre - Pop. Duration 02:35. Format mp3. On this page you can download song The Banana Splits - Wait Till Tomorrow in mp3 and listen online. Pop Pop-Rock Garage Rock. The Banana Splits. 25 All-Time Greatest Bubblegum Hits: The Ultimate Collection. The more bubblegummy happy-go-lucky numbers and ballads are harder to bear, but obviously the session cats playing on these tried harder than they had to, putting sitar on the lightly psychedelic In New Orleans and Baroque harpsichord on the uncharacteristically moody Wait Til Tomorrow