Paul Stanton And The Road Apples - Duckboy Song mp3 album
Paul Stanton And The Road Apples (2) - Duckboy Song (7"). Spud Records (2). none.
Road Apples is the second studio album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, and it was their first to reach No. 1 in Canada. The album has been certified Diamond in Canada.
Road Apples, the Hip's third album,contains some of the bands finest work. It continues in the same vein as their previous two albums, the gritty, straight forward rock, taking cues from classic rock artists while adding their own spin. Recorded in New Orleans with producer Don Smith, the album was originally intended to be titled ‘Saskadelphia’, but the record company felt it was ‘too Canadian’. The album was then titled ‘Road Apples’; thought of by the band, and the company liked it, though not knowing what it meant. Three Pistols is a song dedicated to the popular Canadian Painter Tom Thomson while The Luxury makes reference to the provincial symbol of Quebec.
When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand And he said to the man running the stand "Hey! (bum bum bum) Got any grapes? The man said "Look, this is getting old I mean, lemonade’s all we’ve ever sold Why not give it a go?" The duck said How 'bout, no. . Created by Bryant Oden in 2009, this song about a duck who is super annoying will probably get stuck in your head. The Duck Song (The Duck and the Lemonade Stand)" Track Info. Written By Bryant Oden. Release Date April 21, 2009. The Songdrops Collection, Vol. 1 Bryant Oden. 1. The Duck Song (The Duck and the Lemonade Stand). 2. I Got a Pea. 22. The Duck Song 2. 31. The Duck Song 3. Home. The Duck Song (The Duck and the Lemonade Stand) Lyrics.
The Duckboy Way or Quack in the Saddle Again by. Paul Stanton, Mike Gouse (Illustrator).
Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. Twist My Arm. 3. Cordelia. 5. Born in the Water. 6. Long Time Running. 7. Bring it All Back.
Studio album by The Tragically Hip. Released. Road Apples is the second full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, and it was their first to reach No. 1 in Canada The album's original working title was Saskadelphia, but this was rejected by the record label as likely to confuse listeners.
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Backing Vocals – Beth LoGuitar – Kirby EricksonGuitar, Bass – Rob Kunkel*Lap Steel Guitar, Harmonica – Dexter Payne Vocals – Paul Stanton
Backing Vocals – David Horgan , Steve Powell Guitar – Kirby EricksonLap Steel Guitar, Harmonica – Dexter Payne Piano, Bass – Rob Kunkel*Vocals – Paul Stanton
- Published By – Clean Slate Music
- Recorded At – Barking Spider Studios
- Written-By – Paul Stanton
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- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etching): SPUD-1 KM13351-A2 L-22730
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etching): SPUD-2 KM13351-B2 L-22730-X