The Stone Poneys - Different Drum mp3 album
Stone Poneys (also The Stone Poneys and The Stone Poneys With Linda Ronstadt) were a folk rock trio formed in Los Angeles, consisting of Linda Ronstadt on vocals, Bobby Kimmel on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Kenny Edwards on lead guitar. Their recordings include Ronstadt's first hit song, a cover of Mike Nesmith's "Different Drum"
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Different Drum" is a song written by Michael Nesmith in 1965 and first recorded by the northern bluegrass band the Greenbriar Boys and included on their 1966 album, Better Late than Never!. The song became popular in 1967 when recorded by the Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt, who took their version of "Different Drum" to on the Cash Box Top 100, on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and in Record World magazine.
Different Drum collects the highlights of Linda Ronstadt's first three solo albums, adding five Stone Poneys tracks, including the hit "Different Drum," for good measure. It misses some fine tracks from her solo records, but the album remains a fine introduction to her early years.
For the Linda Ronstadt album, see Different Drum (album). For the record label, see A Different Drum. Song by The Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt. from the album Evergreen, Volume 2. B-side. The song first became popular in 1967 when recorded by The Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt, who took their version of "Different Drum" to on the Cash Box Top 100, on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and in Record World magazine. The song did best in New Zealand, where it reached In 1972, Nesmith recorded his own version of his song. Different Drum" has since been covered by other artists over the years. YouTube Encyclopedic.
Lyricist：Michael Nesmith. You and I travel to the beat of a different drum Oh, can't you tell by the way I run? Ever time you make eyes at me. You cry and moan and say it will work out But honey child, I've got my doubts You can't see the forest for the trees. Oh, don't get me wrong, it's not that I knock it It's just that I'm not in the market Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim
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