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Cameo Parkway: The Best of the Tymes, 1963-1964


Download links and information about Cameo Parkway: The Best of the Tymes, 1963-1964 by The Tymes. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 52:31 minutes.

Artist: The Tymes
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 22
Duration: 52:31
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No. Title Length
1. So Much In Love 2:19
2. Wonderful! Wonderful! 2:51
3. Come With Me to the Sea 2:26
4. Stranger In Paradise 2:28
5. Malibu 2:31
6. Words Written On Water 2:18
7. Anymore 2:13
8. Somewhere 2:10
9. Here She Comes 2:21
10. Hello Young Lovers 2:37
11. Way Beyond Today 2:26
12. One Little Kiss 2:30
13. Address Unknown 2:35
14. Wonderland of Love 2:10
15. To Each His Own 2:34
16. Chances Are 2:10
17. My Summer Love 2:42
18. The Magic of Our Summer Love 2:10
19. The Lamp Is Low 2:17
20. And That Reminds Me 2:20
21. View from My Window 2:18
22. Goodnight My Love 2:05



Together with Ruby & the Romantics (“Our Day Will Come”), the Tymes were practitioners of the “lounge soul” subgenre, which flourished briefly in 1963. This quintet’s hits, “So Much in Love” and “Wonderful! Wonderful!” (a version of Johnny Mathis’ 1957 chart debut), pioneered an airy sort of R&B-lite which the group effortlessly replicated on a klatch of standards covers and originals. The same finger-snaps-and-“ooh-we-ooh” arrangements animate “Somewhere,” “Wonderland of Love,” and “The Lamp Is Low.” “Chances Are” revisits the Johnny Mathis catalog, while “Here She Comes” bumps up the rhythm to a mid-tempo Impressions gait.