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Life On Venus Lyrics By The Tornados Songs Album: Greatest Hits Year: 1963 Lyrics: Not Found Available: Life On Venus Youtube Music Video

The Tornados - Life On Venus
The Tornados - Life On Venus


The Tornados - Life On Venus Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Greatest Hits
Released: 1963

Life On Venus Lyrics


Life On Venus
  • This song was group leader Joe Meek's tribute to the keyboard sounds of the day. The track starts with a voiceover: "News Flash; Signals have been received from the Planet Venus these resemble sounds similar to those created by a musical instrument such as an organ so perhaps there is Life on Venus?"
  • The organ is the main instrument used in the tune with a Guitar solo in the second verse then the organ returns with the accompaniment of a vocal, which is similar to their hit "Telstar." A second Meek example is "Pop Art Goes Mozart." In this track he combines as the title implies the modern beat of a pop tune with the sound of instrument that sounds a bit like a harpsichord.
  • Other tunes and tracks performed by the Tornados which have the Organ as the main or featured instrument: "Cootenanny," "Costa Monger," "Do you come here often," "Exodus" (almost a standard tune in a band's playlist during the '60s and early '70s), "Globetrottin," "Hot Pot," "Hymn For Teenagers," "Indian Brave," "Jungle Fever," "Locomotion With You," "Monte Carlo," "The Ice Cream Man," "The Scales Of Justice."

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