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The Spencer Davis Group - Somebody Help Me download mp3 album
Album:
Somebody Help Me
Style:
Blues Rock, Pop Rock
Released:
1966
Country:
UK
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1431 mb
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1843 mb
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1866 mb
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m/The Spencer Davis Group All The Best?id zt7cjtm. The Spencer Davis Group are a British rock band formed in Birmingham in 1963, by Spencer Davis with Steve Winwood and his brother, Muff Winwood

The Spencer Davis Group are a British band formed in Birmingham in 1963, by Spencer Davis (guitar) with Steve Winwood (keyboards) and his brother, Muff Winwood (bass guitar) and Pete York (drums). Their best known songs include the UK number ones "Somebody Help Me" and "Keep on Running" (both written by reggae musician Jackie Edwards), "I'm a Man" and "Gimme Some Lovin'", which reached in the UK and in the US.

The Second Album is the second album by the British band the Spencer Davis Group, released in 1966. Many of the songs were a slightly experimental blend of beat, folk, jazz and blues, but included Jackie Edwards' "Keep on Running", which gave the group their first . number 1 single, and the R&B standard "Georgia on My Mind". The album spent eighteen weeks on the .

The Spencer Davis Group. Download MP3. The Spencer Davis Group.

The Spencer Davis Group was a mid-1960s British beat group from Birmingham, England. In its heyday the group consisted of Spencer Davis, Steve Winwood, Muff Winwood and Pete York; Jimmy Miller was their producer. The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles & Albums states "This big selling Birmingham band scored two number ones in the UK Singles Chart penned by the reggae artist, Jackie Edwards. In 1966, they followed this with "Somebody Help Me" and "When I Come Home". For the German market the group released "Det war in Schoneberg, im Monat Mai" and "Madel ruck ruck ruck an meine grune Seite" (the first is from a 1913 Berlin operetta, the second is a Swabian traditional) as a tribute single for that audience, Davis having studied in West Berlin in the early 1960s.

Somebody Help Me" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

The Spencer Davis Group discography. Discography of The Spencer Davis Group. Their First LP (Fontana TL 5242) (July 1965) - UK The Second Album (Fontana TL 5295) (January 1966) - UK Autumn '66 (Fontana TL 5359) (September 1966) - UK With Their New Face On (United Artists ULP 1192) (1968). Funky (Date/Columbia TES 4021) (1969) - CD reissue: One Way OW 34529 (2001). Gluggo (Vertigo 6360 088) (1973). Compilation and live albums.

The Spencer Davis Group - Spotlight On The Spencer Davis Group: Best 2 songs. Spencer Davis Group - Love Is on a Roll 03:50. Spencer Davis Group - Blood Runs Hot 03:59. Album: The Spencer Davis Group - Spotlight On The Spencer Davis Group. Spencer Davis Group: best 2 tracks. Spencer Davis Group, The Spencer Davis Group - Stevie's Blues Live Anthology 1965-1968, 2001 07:47. Spencer Davis Group - San Francisco Bay Blues Official Bootleg, 2007 04:29. Artist: Spencer Davis Group.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Somebody Help Me
Written-By – J. Edwards*
2:00
B Stevie's Blues
Written-By – M. Winwood*, T. York*, S. Davis*, S. Winwood*
3:45

Notes

An Island Record Production

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TF 679, 267 561 TF The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me ‎(7", Single, 4-P) Fontana, Fontana TF 679, 267 561 TF UK 1966
ETF. 679, 267 561. TF The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me / Stevie's Blues ‎(7", Single, Mono) Fontana, Fontana ETF. 679, 267 561. TF Ireland 1966
267 561 TF The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me / Stevie's Blues ‎(7", Single) Fontana 267 561 TF Belgium 1966
267 561 TF The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me / Stevie's Blues ‎(7", Single, Mono) Fontana 267 561 TF Netherlands 1966
TF 679, 267 561 TF The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me ‎(7", Single, 3 p) Fontana, Fontana TF 679, 267 561 TF UK 1966