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Come Back Uncle John - Ronnie Dawson - Still-A-Lot-Of-Rhythm ! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jun 05,  · eeeeasy this is killer lovers tune from Ronnie Davis classic album Hard Times This track called You've Got To Come Back Prod by Bunny Lee murdeeer lovers
  2. Sep 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ronnie Dawson 02 - Monkey's Uncle YouTube MASH 30th Anniversary Reunion Special Full Episode May - Duration: Track&Field Fan Recommended for you.
  3. Dawson's second album since his mid-'80s rediscovery is an above-average latter-day rockabilly effort, sensibly avoiding temptations to modernize the sound with too much clutter. Dawson's voice has lowered considerably since his early days, meaning that instead of sounding like a little kid, he sounds like a young man (although he was about
  4. Robert Hunter recalled how he listened to the band's finished arrangement in a interview with Grateful Dead historian Blair Jackson, "I played it over and over, kept hearing the words 'God damn, Uncle John's mad' and it took a while for that to turn into 'Come hear Uncle John's Band,' and that's one of those little things where the sparkles start coming out of your eyes.".
  5. LP 12" NO HIT 1 (UK) STILL A LOT OF RHYTHM - RONNIE DAWSON: Night / I Tried To Be Fair / Hillbilly Blues / Bad Case Of A Broken Heart / Fool About You / Rockin' Dog / Come Back Uncle John / Running Wild / V Eight Ford Boogie / Party Time / Roadhouse Rock / Ghost Riders: .
  6. Uncle John's Band Lyrics: Well the first days are the hardest days / Don't you worry anymore / Cause when life looks like Easy Street / There is danger at your door / Think this through with me.
  7. Come Back Uncle John: Running Wild: V Eight Ford Boogie: Party Time: Roadhouse Rock: Guitar – Ronnie Dawson; Notes This CD incorporates all the tracks from his album 'Still A Lot Of Rhythm' (NO HIT RECORDS ) Ronnie Dawson - Still-A-Lot-Of-Rhythm.
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