Stu James & The Mojos - Wonder If She Knows / Wait A Minute download mp3 album
Sold out to those in confidence Empty glasses After kissing each one of her good friends lips So steady in red she staysail the black and white Are you ready are you really alright Are you really alright. And I wonder if she knows in the back of her mind she knows She brings me hell And I wonder if she knows in the back of her mind she knows She knows herself 'cause I can't tell
A. "Wait a Minute" (Lynch/Shuman) B. "Wonder If She Knows" (James/Crouch) (as Stu James and the Mojos ). - 1967. A. " Goodbye, Dolly Gray " (Cobb/Barnes) B. "I Just Can't Let Her Go" (Ross).
Left to right: Stu James, Martin Cuddles Smith, Eddie Harnett and Duncan Campbell. Unfortunately, the single, and its follow up, Wait A Minute c/w Wonder If She Knows, issued on 10 September 1965 as Stu James & The Mojos, both failed to crack the charts. Decca began to lose faith in the band and wouldn’t sanction another single. There was a meeting to talk about a first album because they were convinced that this first single was going to be top 20.
Everything's Alright" is a song written and performed by The Mojos. It was released as a single in 1964, peaking at in the UK. Unusually for the time, both sides of the record were written by the band. Only Karlson, James and Stavely are listed as writers of the b-side, "Give Your Lovin' To Me".
James used the name the Mojos in the studio at least once more, on Liberty Records in 1968, before closing out the history. And had it not been for Bowie's cover of their one hit, that might have been as much as anyone knew or cared about the Mojos. At times they could be pretty wimpy, with vocals and material that would have been at home with Gerry & the Pacemakers. That's The Way It Goes (1965) 14. Wait A Minute (1965) 15. Wonder If She Knows (1965) 16. Good-Bye Dolly Gray (1967) 17. I Just Can't Let Her Go (1967). Lineup: Nick Crouch - Lead Guitar, Vocals Keith Karlson - Bass Guitar Stu (Slater) James - Harmonica, Vocals Terry Oâ€™Tool - Piano Bob (John) Conrad - Drums. run/user/Iron Horse/. Get this torrent PLAY/STREAM TORRENT ANONYMOUS DOWNLOAD.
The moment I looked at the example, I thought that "will phone" was the best bet, since it's not an example of a conditional sentence, at least to my eyes. However, my dear workmate strongly disagreed saying that one couldn't use "will" after "if", except for a limited number of specific contexts (refusal, polite request, strong disapproval). I googled the "I wonder if he will do" phrase, and it generated 10,100,000 hits, which, to a certain extent, proves that my answer should be considered correct. Who is right? Thank you!
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