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Dont Let Me Down - Various - Brighton Rock (CD)

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  1. May 08,  · Hubbard's "Snake Farm" shows touches of Hendrix in its swamp blues. Even Buckingham's "Don't Let Me Down Again" snakes around like a John Hiatt tune. True to Thorn's roots, Eli "Paperboy" Reed's "Take My Love with You" shuffles with a gospel sway. Thorn's mastery of various styles has made him a powerful American voice.
  2. Rescue Me: 11 – The Staple Singers: If You're Ready (Come Go With Me) 12 – Soul Children: I'll Be The Other Woman: 13 – Thelma Jones: Salty Tears: 14 – Mattie Moultrie: That's How Strong My Love Is: 15 – Betty Levette* Let Me Down Easy: 16 – Bettye Swann: Tell It Like It .
  3. "Don't Let Me Down" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, recorded in during the Let It Be sessions. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.coinfo band recorded the song with Billy Preston; the single release with "Get Back" was credited to .
  4. Nov 04,  · Maybe Ritchie's cover of "Eleanor Rigby" should have been included as well. I may have also included Phoebe Snow's version of "Don't Let Me Down" as well. Generally speaking, a CD full of great Beatles songs done by some of the best in the business. A real compliment to the Beatles and a treat for us. Buy this CD. You won't be disappointed/5(3).
  5. Listen to Don't Let Me Down on the English music album Don't Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers feat. Daya, only on JioSaavn. Play online or download to listen offline free - Music Duration: 3 min.
  6. Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band, formed in in Cwmaman, Wales, United Kingdom, by friends Kelly Jones (guitar/vocals), Stuart Cable (drums; died ) and Richard Jones (bass). Colloquially known to their fans as the 'Phonics or the Stereos, in the years preceding their popularity, they went through shifting line-ups and were known by a variety of names including "KDR", "Zephyr.
  7. My main complaint with Country Funk II is that 3 out of the 17 songs are covers of quite popular songs (Don't Be Cruel, The Weight, Don't Let Me Down). While these covers aren't bad, per se, and I like each of the original songs too, the covers here feel unneccesary and like a bit of album filler/5(20).
  8. Various - Money No Be Sand - 's Afro-Lypso, Pidgin Highlife, Afro-Soul, Afro-Rock (CD) Original Music OMCD, Tracklisting: Prof. Y.S. & His B.B. Band - Ewele Aya Charles Iwegbue & His Archibogs - Hold Me Tight Baby Godwin Omobuwa & His Sound Makers - Look Look Look

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