Album · 2014 · 1 Song. Hokus Pokus - Single Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.
Hokus Pokus" is a song written by Insane Clown Posse and Mike E. Clark for the duo's 1997 studio album, The Great Milenko. A music video was produced for the "Headhunta'z Remix" of the song in 1997. The single peaked at number 53 on the UK Singles Chart the following year. The song's chorus uses the "Streets of Cairo" melody. A music video for "Hokus Pokus (Headhunta'z Mix)" was produced in 1997 after the release of The Great Milenko.
Hocus Pocus" is a song by the Dutch rock band Focus, written by keyboardist, flautist and vocalist Thijs van Leer and guitarist Jan Akkerman. It was recorded and released in 1971 as the opening track of their second studio album, Moving Waves.
Hokus Pokus biography Hokus Pokus is a band from Horten, Norway. They released an album of Symphonic Prog music in 2009 called Videre Fra Der Vi Skulle Ha V�rt (which translates as: onwards from where we should have been). The album has a Roger Dean inspired sleeve picture and the music reminds of Renaissance and other Symphonic Prog bands from the 70's. The history of the band goes back to 1983 when they started life as a four piece playing instrumental music under the name of Ocean.
Hokus Pokus (2004) - download mp3 or listen online. Hokus Pokus (2004) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Hokus Pokus (2004).
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Written-By – Jan Akkerman, Thijs Van Leer
Written-By – Emerlist Davjack, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
Spring, Summer, Winter & Fall
Written-By – Vangelis Papathanassiou*, Richard Francis*
Written-By – Matthew Fisher
–The Soft Machine*
Jet-propelled Photograph (A.K.A. Shooting At The Moon)
Written-By – Kevin Ayers
The Land Of Grey And Pink
Written-By – David Sinclair, Pye Hastings, Richard Coughlan, Richard Sinclair
–Blood, Sweat & Tears*
God Bless The Child
Written-By – Arthur Herzog Jr.*, Billie Holiday
Bringing It Back
Written-By – J.J. Cale
More Than A Feeling
Written-By – Tom Scholtz*
–The Moody Blues
Written-By – Justin Hayward
–East Of Eden
Arranged By – East Of Eden Written-By – Trad.*
Rope Ladder To The Moon
Bass – Mark Clarke Drums – Jon HisemanGuitar, Vocals – Dave "Clem" Clempson*Lyrics By [Poem] – Pete Brown Music By – Jack BruceOrgan, Vibraphone – Dave GreensladeSaxophone – Dick Heckstall-SmithVocals – Chris FarloweWritten By – Jack Bruce/Pete Brown
Artwork [Photo Editing], Photography By [Antoni Piekut, Jan Chojnacki]
Liner Notes [Booklet - Editorial Cooperation]
Liner Notes [Booklet - Editorial Staff]
Liner Notes [Booklet - Proofreading]
Other [Series Scenario]
Photography By [Beata Pawlikowska]
Supervised By [Project Supervisor]
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Track 2 - the name "Emerlist Davjack" is a pseudonym created by combining the last names of the members of The Nice: Keith Emerson, David O'List, Brian Davison and Lee Jackson.
Track 4 - erroneously credited to Gary Brooker and Keith Reid; the actual author of Repent Walpurgis is Matthew Fisher.