Category: Classic Rock

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    1. Voodoogar

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      Me and the boys. Don't raise questions about how it's done. We're just messing round, having fun. The car gears shifting well up and down. The muffler smells a lot, but we love the sound. Me and the boys. Just me and the boys. Me and the boys. It ain't like us to hang around this town Cause squares just bring us down. I've got to find me.
    2. Fenribar

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      Coronavinyl Music for Quarantine. Day 1. Adam and the Ants Kings of the Wild Frontier. Big Audio Dynamite E=MC2 (12” remix). Elvis Costello and the Attractions The Very Best Of. Devo Freedom of Choice. Dave Edmunds Repeat When Necessary. The Flamin’ Groovies Now!. House of Freaks Monkey on a Chain Gang. Chris Isaak Silvertone. Kid Creole and the Coconuts Dear Addy (7”).
    3. Nikogul

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Carrollton Pressing Vinyl release of D. E. 7th on Discogs/5(27).
    4. Fekree

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      Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dave Edmunds - D. E. 7th at Discogs. Complete your Dave Edmunds collection.
    5. Molkree

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      Dave Edmunds - Listen to Dave Edmunds on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends. D E 7th. From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come) Dave Edmunds. D E 7th. Me and the Boys. Dave Edmunds. D E 7th.
    6. Zubei

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      I Knew The Bride - UK - 7" VINYL more of this title DAVE EDMUNDS I Knew The Bride ( UK solid centre 7" vinyl single, also including Back To Schooldays, record company die cut paper sleeve. The viny looks barely played, with a nice deep sheen SSK).
    7. Faull

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      D.E. 7th finds him bouncing back handily with a new band and a snappy set of rollicking rockers (none of which he had a hand in writing), including a custom-fitted Bruce Springsteen composition, “From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come),” an energetic cover of NRBQ’s “Me and the Boys” and the well-chosen Chuck Berry obscurity.
    8. Tahn

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      One of those recordings that has nary a throw away tune, although 'Me and the Boys' comes close. The rest of DE7th is top notch rockabilly and certainly Edmunds' best recording. 'Deep in the Heart of Texas' and the piano ballad 'One More Night' are my favorites. Snatch this up, if you can find it, and decide which ones are yours!/5(10).

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