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Do You Love Me - Various - Tobacco Road The Sixties Explosion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Tygot
    Buy Various Artists - The British Invasion [CD] [Boxed Set] at siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.coinfo Music: Rock: Guaranteed Lowest Price. Free Shipping on Orders over $25!
  2. Tataur
    Left me here to die alone In the middle of Tobacco Road Growin' up rusty shack All I had was hangin' on my back Only you know how I loathe This place called Tobacco Road But it's home, the only life I ever known Only you know how I loathe Tobacco Road Gonna leave, get a job With the help and the grace from above Save some money, get rich and old.
  3. Nishakar
    Jun 01,  · Album Live in Boston, Vol. 1 MORE Iconic TV Shows of the s (The greatest decade for TV ever American Bandstand Dance Contest Finalists- You Got To Me.
  4. Mezigis
    Itchycoo Park. Small Faces. Tobacco Road. John D. The Nashville Teens. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood. I Put a Spell on You. Alan Price. She's Not There. Rod Argent. The Zombies. Going Up Fire - Various - Hits Of The 60s Country. Alan Wilson. It's Good News Week. Jonathan King. Hedgehoppers Anonymous. Happy Together. The Turtles. Do You Want to.
  5. Akinogore
    Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era is a compilation album of American psychedelic and garage rock singles released in the mid-to-late s. It was assembled by Lenny Kaye, who at the time was a writer and clerk at the Village Oldies record shop in New siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.coinfo would later become the lead guitarist for the Patti Smith Group. Kaye worked on Nuggets under the supervision.
  6. Kigagore
    Jul 08,  · It occupies a somewhat peculiar niche, though, in that collectors who dig this stuff might be apt to Southwest F.O.B.'s pop-psychedelic "Smell of Incense," the first-rate harmonized pop/rock of the E-Types' "She Moves Me," the Preachers' fierce version of "Who Do You Love," the Brogues' -inspired "Don't Shoot Me Down" (with a couple of future members of Quicksilver Messenger Service), and the.
  7. Telkree
    2. Will Still Love You me Tomorrow – The Shirelles – Written by the songwriting team of Gerry Goffin and Carole King, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow", was originally recorded by The Shirelles in They had a number one hit with it, a first for a black all-girl group.
  8. Kirr
    Gonna bring me some dynamite, gonna bring me a crane Got to blow you up, got to tear you down, start all over again I'll rebuild the town, I'll be proud to show And keep the name of Tobacco Road But it's home, it's home The only life that I've ever known I despise you 'cause you're filthy But I love you because you're my home Tobacco Road.
  9. Bralkree
    Print and download Tobacco Road sheet music by The Nashville Teens. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in C Minor (transposable). SKU: MN

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