Twinn Connexion was the singing duo of identical twin brothers Jerry and Jay Hopkins. They were signed with Decca Records and released a self-titled album in 1968 with songs by Jerry Keller and David Blume. Their musical style consisted of pop harmonies influenced by the soft rock and folk rock styles that were popular during the late 1960s. Jay Hopkins died on September 6, 2001.
Sixth Avenue Stroll (Mono 45). Written-By – Dave Blume, Jerry Keller. Caminando Por La Sexta Avenida (LP, Album).
Sixth Avenue Stroll 02. I Think I'll Just Go And Find Me A Flower 03. I Think I Know Him 04. Dilemna 05. Turn Down Day 06. The Music Turns Me On 07. Foolin' Around 08. Wind Me Up And I Dance 09. Summer Sadness 10. Young And Free 11. Oh What A Lovely Day Twinn Connexion was th. Artist: Twinn Connexion Title: Twinn Connexion Year Of Release: 1968/2001 Label: Hugo-Montes Production Genre: Psychedelic Pop, Rock, Beat Quality: Flac (image,. Tracklist: 01. Sixth Avenue Stroll 02.
Twinn Connexion is the 1968 selftitled debut album by identical twin brothers Jerry and Jay Hopkins who recorded under the name Twinn Connexion Twinn conne. The remastered album includes eight bonus tracks. Original Album Tracks. I Think I'll Just Go And Find Me A Flower.
Twinn Connexion was the singing duo of identical twin brothers Jerry and Jay Hopkins. In 2010, Jerry Hopkins released a second album titled Songs from the Heart, which features remastered versions of Twinn Connexion songs that were never released. In September 2010, Songs of the Heart was released in Korea and Japan on the label Big Pink Music.
Twinn Connexion's self-titled debut album - a psychedelic soft pop treat with fantastic arrangements and mildly experimental touches, like electric sitar and harpsichord - is as good as anything similar from this same era. Their version of "Turn Down Day," penned by Keller and Blume for the Cyrkle, is an excellent example of just how well their voices blended