Category: Classic Rock

Baby Dont You Love Me - Carol Woods - Out Of The Woods (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. i have allways liked johnny burnette and did not realise how many songs he and his brothers recorded he was like a lot of other rockn roll artists that their lives were cut short by tragedy and this family had more than most i think if they were still alive they would be still entertaing us today and i for one would still be buying their records one of the best in my colection. jack/5(8).
  2. Cobbs' song uses Bo Diddley's guitar riff and melody, as well as many of the lyrics, including the key "you don't love me, you don't love me I know" line. A review in Billboard magazine noted, "While this is a traditional blues in form, the unusual, almost exotic, arrangement with its hypnotic beat combined with Bo Diddley's anguished vocal takes this far out of the range of the ordinary".
  3. The legendary Memphis soul label Stax's legacy is well-represented by this four-CD box set, which manages to do what many similar box retrospectives don't. That is to provide a well-balanced overview of a genre of music that mixes the essential hits with many noteworthy yet lesser-known singles and rarities, coming about as close as possible to pleasing both the collector and the less intense.
  4. Vinyl LP pressing. release, the seventh album from the Brooklyn-born Indie Folk band. For Bend Beyond, Woods got dark. It's not that they weren't dark before: when you really get in there and listen, Jeremy Earl is singing about some heavy stuff, but it's hidden /5(12).
  5. Jun 09,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Out of the Woods - Carol Woods on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Out of the Woods - Carol Woods on AllMusic - Baby Don't You Leave Me. Clarence Paul. Carol Woods. Spotify Amazon: 9: Will You Still.
  6. Carol Lloyd released a cover of the Supremes ' "Come See About Me" as the album's lead and only single in late It was distributed in the 7" and 12" vinyl formats and featured album track "I Just Want to Love You" as its B-side track. ".
  7. Babes In The Woods Oh, don't you remember, a long time ago, Those two little babies, their names I don't know They were stolen away one bright, summer's day And left in a wood, so I've heard folks say. Pretty babes in the wood Pretty babes in the wood Oh, don't you remember Those babes in the wood Now the day being gone and the night coming on.

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