Gene Pitney Backing Tracks – Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa, Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Something’s Got A Hold Of My Heart , Backstage
Gene Francis Alan Pitney (February 17, 1940 – April 5, 2006) was an American singer-songwriter and musician.
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At a young age he learned the basics of piano, drums, and guitar and during high school he formed his fist band.
Gene’s first recordings were in 1958 with a Connecticut singing group called the Embers. Those recordings were not released until 1990.
1961, Pitney scored his first chart single, which made the Top 40, the self-penned “(I Wanna) Love My Life Away”, on which he played several instruments and multi-tracked the vocals. He followed that same year with his first Top 20 single, “Town Without Pity”, from the 1961 film of the same title.
Pitney had 16 Top-40 hits in the U.S. and 22 Top-40 hits in the UK. He wrote 60s hits including “Rubber Ball” recorded by Bobby Vee, “He’s a Rebel” by the Crystals, and “Hello Mary Lou” by Ricky Nelson. In 2002, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Gene Pitney Backing Tracks
Backstage … Half Heaven Half Heartache … If I Didn’t Have A Dime … I’m Gonna Be Strong … It Hurts To Be In Love … Just One Smile … Looking Through The Eyes Of Love … Man Who Shot Liberty Valance … Mecca … Nobody Needs Your Love … Only Love Can Break A Heart … Something’s Got A Hold Of My Heart … 24 Hours from Tulsa – Town Without Pity … Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa … 24 Sycamore …