The Goldebriars - Pretty Girls And Rolling Stones / Shenandoah mp3 album
Complete your The GoldeBriars collection. Pretty Girls And Rolling Stones. A Mumblin' Word (He Never Said). No More Auction Block.
Pretty Girls And Rolling Stones (Mono Single Version). Written-By – C. Boettcher, D. Holmberg, R. Neilson, S. Holmberg. Adapted By, Arranged By – The GoldeBriars (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 10, 13). Producer – Bob Morgan (2). Notes. p) 1964 Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All.
Pretty Girls and Rolling Stones" (Boettcher/Neilson) b/w "Shenandoah" (trad. ar. Epic 9673 (7" single). With the GoldeBriars, Edgar contributed to their third album that was originally intended for distribution on Epic Records. The group also recorded four songs that went unreleased until the 2000 album, Ignition, Bonniwell and Olsen were enthusiastically experimenting with musical textures while the band arranged strict rehearsal regimens in Bonniwells garage. The Goldebriars (album, Epic LN 26087). Straight Ahead! (album, Epic BN 26114 (stereo), LN 26114 (mono)). Sony Music Direct in Japan released CDs of the first two Goldebriars' original albums on March 24, 2006.
Some Girls is the 14th British and 16th American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released in 1978 on Rolling Stones Records. It was the first album to feature guitarist Ronnie Wood as a full-time member; joining founder members Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass) and Charlie Watts (drums).
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The Rolling Stones had one heck of a decade in the '70s. They started with one of their all-time greats - 1971's 'Sticky Fingers' - and then ended it with another classic, 1978's 'Some Girls. When the Stones released 'Some Girls' in 1978, it was a pretty contentious time in rock history. Disco was storming the charts, and punk (and, slowly but surely, hip-hop) was spilling over from the big cities.
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