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barman412 Finally! The real studio version that's not crippled in some way. Just feel like hearing some Bon Scott rather than having a frontal lobotomy..whazat?


barman412 Best version IMO. There are at least 3 that I've heard. Ne-Yo production from new album coming out called Rated R. Def Jam/DJMG
barman412 Joanne's 4th #1 from here latest album, a feat that hasn't been accomplished in over 15 years! Starts new tour, kicks off in Montreal soon.
barman412 There was a time when everyone seemed to be doing Bob Dylan songs, including the Grass Roots who were unknowns then. Lou Adler's Dunhill.
barman412 Recorded when Eddie was a student at Cheney State University. From Philadelphia. This was his first charted song. Great falsetto! Parkway.
barman412 Her best in a LONG time. Easily best since at least Circus or Womanizer. Jive Records
barman412 Sometimes there's only one thing you just gotta do. Riley King (The Beale Street Blues Boy) on WDIA Memphis & on Kent Records (Bihari Brothers, LA)
barman412 Another great song by the Stampleys from Shreveport. This was the first of a number of regional hits on Stan Lewis's Paula label.
barman412 Country music star Joe Stampley in his youth playing with his brother Bobby and Ray Mills and Michael Love (drums). Swamp rock! Paula Records
barman412 Great newer song (below) or great old song with same title. Thee Profits were from Milwaukee-->


barman412 From "Destroyer". A real Motor City stimulus package, this song was also the B side of their biggest hit ever, "Beth". On Neil Bogart's Casabalanca.
barman412 Looking for this song sampled by Missy Elliott (in Sock It 2 Me) and The Fugees --> Gamble/Huff Prod from Philadelphia.
barman412 Great cover! Merry was b'ground singer on Stones' Let It Bleed version. Was with Ray Charles (Raeletts) b4 Stones session. From New Orleans. A&M/Ode
barman412 In swamp mood 2night. From Floyd Soileau's record shop(Ville Platte, LA as radio listeners n South knew).On his Jin label> (reblip)
barman412 Another Jewel from Stan Lewis in Shreveport, LA (at 728 Texas Street as radio listeners in the South knew). Toussaint from Monroe, LA. Singer/organist
barman412 Nifty sticks on metal chair sound throughout song. Baltimore group who started on Buddy Dean show there. Popular in St. Louis, Balt, and Dallas. RCA


barman412 On General Hospital. A friend who also worked on show said a few days start at 5AM and end at 9PM. 1 hour production daily, new script, very grueling. (reblip)
barman412 From England. Richard Butler (vocals), Tim Butler (bass), John Ashton (guitar), Vince Ely (drums). Produced by Todd Rundgren. Columbia.


barman412 Genesis had a studio sound even in live performances. 3 Sides Live was recorded in Dallas; if U've ever been stood up, U know what this song is about! (reblip)
barman412 Country hit by Hank Snow. Matt put blue-eyed soul into the proceedings. Really catching ending! Like Hank's version, rhythm mimicked a train. Smash.

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