Georgia Rhythm - All over Again mp3 album
Deja Vu All Over Again is the sixth solo studio album by John Fogerty. It was released in 2004, following a lapse of 7 years from his previous studio album Blue Moon Swamp. Originally issued by DreamWorks Records, it was reissued by Geffen Records after it absorbed DreamWorks. All music and words by John Fogerty. Deja Vu (All Over Again)" (4:13). John Fogerty – guitars, vocals. Bob Britt – electric slide guitar. Benmont Tench – organ. Paul Bushnell – bass. Kenny Aronoff – drums. Alex Acuña – percussion.
I'm never gonna dance again Guilty feet have got no rhythm Though it's easy to pretend I know you're not a fool I should've known better than to cheat a friend And waste the chance that I've been given So I'm never gonna dance again The way I danced with you. Time can never mend The careless whispers of a good friend To the heart and mind Ignorance is kind There's no comfort in the truth Pain is all you'll find. I'm never gonna dance again Guilty feet have got no rhythm Though it's easy to pretend I know you're not a fool I should've.
Artist: Atlanta Rhythm Section. Album: Southern Rock Best, 2007. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Lyrics for Georgia Rhythm by The Atlanta Rhythm Section. livin' out of a suitcase sleepin' in hotel rooms rental cars and airport bars and dog-day. and old familiar friends she called to say she'd be my lady it's a love long over-due god knows i hate to leave her but i got a job to do so lay down a back beat crank up your trusty gibson let's give it everything we've got just one more time lovin' the life we're livin'. playin' that georgia rhythm maki. Reportar un problema. Writer(s): BUIE, COBB, NIX.
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Charlie Parker wrote a lot of great bebop heads over rhythm changes, and this is a good one! It is believed that the title of the song refers to his drug dealer when he was out in Los Angeles for a period of time. Another great Charlie Parker tune. Parker’s heads are often times great studies on their own for learning how to improvise over chord changes. This one only has a melody for the A sections and the B section is open for improvisation.
|A||All over Again||3:25|
|B||Lonely for you||3:12|