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  1. Mar 29,  · The Beat Goes On Written-By – Sonny Bono: Merchant / The Game Is Over Written-By [Merchant] – Vanilla Fudge Written-By [The Game Is Over] – Jean Bouchéty, Jean-Pierre Bourtayre () B4a: Merchant / The Game Is Over: Vince Voice – Vince* B4b: Merchant / The Game Is Over: Tim Voice – Tim* B4c: Merchant / The Game Is Over /5(60).
  2. Label: Hör Zu Black Label - SHZM BL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde Vanilla Fudge - The Beat Goes On (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(25).
  3. The Beat Goes On (Atco Records /mono, SD /stereo) is the second album by the American psychedelic rock band Vanilla Fudge, released in early The album doesn't contain any actual "songs", but rather a sound collage featuring many different elements: the voices of world leaders past and present, the band reciting pre-written mantras and reflections, and excerpts of songs (done Genre: Psychedelic rock, proto-prog.
  4. Vanilla Fudge [Vinyl LP] Vanilla Fudge. out of 5 stars Vinyl. The first Vanilla Fudge album was a milestone in heavy rock history or at least it seemed so at the time. The Beat Goes On [] Merchant/The Game Is Over [] The Beat Goes On TOTAL TIME: Read more. 2 /5(9).
  5. A6. The Beat Goes On Side Two: B1. The Beat Goes On B2. Voices In Time a) Neville Chamberlain b) Winston Churchill c) Franklin Delano Roosevelt d) Harry S. Truman e) John F. Kennedy f) And Other Voices B3. The Beat Goes On B4. Merchant a) The Game Is Over: Vince b) Merchant / The Game Is Over: Tim c) Merchant / The Game Is Over: Carmine.
  6. The Beat Goes On () Merchant (): a) The Game Is Over: Vince b) The Game Is Over: Tim c) The Game Is Over: Carmine d) The Game Is Over: Mark The Beat Goes On () SESTAVA: Vince Martell – guitar Mark Stein – organ, vocals Tim Bogert – bass Carmine Appice – drums.
  7. The Beat Goes On aims to transport the listener through history, musical and otherwise, and although this is a great concept, the execution is baffling. A directionless and confusing album, The Beat Goes On is a failed experiment in my book, and a disappointing followup to Vanilla Fudge's debut. This is only recommended to the most die /5(10).

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