Some Girls - The Beatlesøns* - Crazy Horses (CD, Album)

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Label: Chlodwig Musik - 876 997 CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Polka, New Wave


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  1. Some Girls is the 14th British and 16th American studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released on 9 June on Rolling Stones was the first album to feature guitarist Ronnie Wood as a full-time member; joining founder members Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass) and Charlie Watts (drums). Wood had contributed to some Genre: Rock, rock and roll, punk rock, disco, country.
  2. During the mid-'70s, the Rolling Stones remained massively popular, but their records suffered from Jagger's fascination with celebrity and Keith's worsening drug habit. By , both punk and disco had swept the group off the front pages, and Some Girls was their fiery response to the younger generation. Opening with the disco-blues thump of "Miss You," Some Girls is a 10/
  3. Nov 29,  · It seems that the consensus is that the first album, entitled Crazy Horse, is better than Loose, their second album. But I say there's equal merit to both of them. The first album might have the more memorable songs ("Gone Dead Train", "I Don't Want To Talk About It", and Neil Young's own "Dance, Dance, Dance"), but their follow-up has some /5(18).
  4. The Beatlesøns covered Breakaway, Jolene, Cats in the Cradle, Fat Bottomed Girls and other songs. The Beatlesøns originally did Breakaway, Jolene, Cats in the Cradle, Fat Bottomed Girls and other songs.
  5. On Crazy Horses, the Osmonds attempted to roughen up their clean-cut musical image with some hard rock and psychedelia -- Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" riff is used for bottom-heavy effect on "Hold Me Tight," while Sgt. Pepper's-era Beatles and Paul McCartney are the inspiration for "What Could It Be" and "We All Fall Down." Further tarnishing is attempted with the 5/
  6. A live album of Neil & Crazy Horse's Ragged Glory tour. Information from booklets: All compositions Silver Fiddle Music ASCAP except: "Blowin' In The Wind" © Warner Bros. Music, transferred to Special Rider Music ASCAP, ; "Cinnamon Girl" Cotillion Music Inc./Broken Arrow Music administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI.
  7. Dylan had the Band; Neil had Crazy Horse. And while they never attained the commercial success of the Band, Crazy Horse was a force to be reckoned with, as this long-out-of-print debut album reveals. Nils Lofgren, Jack Nitzsche and Ry Cooder join the late Danny Whitten (heard performing the original version of Downtown from Tonight's the Night /5(87).
  8. Donny Osmond: It was Alan, Wayne and Merrill who wrote "Crazy Horses". Wayne and Merrill were in the studio and Wayne had started the main riff for the song. Then Alan came in and brought a cohesive concept about pollution: the horses being horsepower. Then Merrill added the "crazy" before the horses. It's a very serious song.
  9. Background. Members of this band had already released an album in as The Rockets and had appeared on record twice with Neil Young as Crazy core trio from the Rockets, Danny Whitten, Billy Talbot, and Ralph Molina, provided instrumental backing for Young's album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, and performed on some songs from Young's album .
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