Montana Sam - There's A Padlock On Your Heart / Away Out On The Mountain download mp3 album
Thunder on the mountain, fires on the moon There's a ruckus in the alley and the sun will be here soon Today's the day, gonna grab my trombone and blow Well, there's hot stuff here and it's everywhere I go. I was thinking' 'bout Alicia Keys, couldn't keep from crying When she was born in Hell's Kitchen, I was living down the line I'm wondering where in the world Alicia Keys could be I have been looking for her even clear through Tennessee.
There's a Riot Goin' On is the fifth studio album by American funk and psychedelic soul band Sly and the Family Stone. It was recorded from 1970 to 1971 at Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, California and released later that year on November 20 by Epic Records. The album's recording was dominated by band frontman Sly Stone during a period of drug use and intra-group tension
Go Tell It on the Mountain" is an African-American spiritual song, compiled by John Wesley Work J. dating back to at least 1865, that has been sung and recorded by many gospel and secular performers.
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There's a song from either the 60s or 70s, sung by a female vocalist, that includes the line 'my own baby daughter, my raggedy (I'm not sure about this word!) daughter - my friend, my only friend' . I am looking for a song that was played of KROQ during the Rodney on the ROQ show between 2012-2015. i've since forgotten the name of the band but i rememeber it consisted of two adult white males, very skinny, kinda dressed like MGMT. their song went something like this. Sheila or Sheena, i'd like to get to know ya, i guess i shoulda told ya, you'll always bring me down down down d d d d down.
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There would certainly be some kind of market for them; on last. fm, the Mountain Goats’ songs have been scrobbled 30 million times, a shade under Pavement’s 32 million, and more than contemporary bands like Built to Spill (16 million), Yo La Tengo (24 million), and Guided By Voices (14 million). The success of the Mountain Goats speaks to a market inefficiency in indie rock. College rock repudiated the literalism of hardcore, spawning two decades of elliptical, allusive works. I mentioned that no one Goats album sticks out as particularly acclaimed, but 2002’s No Children and 2005’s This Year would seem to be, far and away, the songs with the furthest reach. Darnielle has spoken often about his songs being short stories. Always, there’s a real empathy. He’s not putting his characters through their existential paces, springing cruelty or failure on them.
There is something humbling about mountains. Maybe it’s their tall and grandiose appearance or the initial intimidation when you cast your eyes on it. But ultimately, the most humbling part is the sense of accomplishment that you get after climbing one. The feeling of achievement, appreciation for the journey, and the chance to be outdoors.
There's always gonna be another mountain I'm always gonna wanna make it move Always gonna be an uphill battle Sometimes I'm gonna have to lose Ain't about how fast I get there Ain't about what's waitin' on the other side It's the climb. The struggles I'm facing The chances I'm taking Sometimes might knock me down But no, I'm not breaking I may not know it But these are the moments That I'm gonna remember most, yeah Just gotta keep goin'. And I, I gotta be strong Just keep pushing on. 'Cause.
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|A||There's A Padlock On Your Heart
Written-By – Wilf Carter
|B||Away Out On The Mountain
Written-By – Wilbur Jones
- Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Richmond, IN
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 45-89839
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 45-89845◈
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 45 89839 3 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 45 89845 3 3
|9-30340||Montana Slim||There's A Padlock On Your Heart / Away Out On The Mountain (7")||Decca||9-30340||Canada||1957|
|FW-115||Wilf Carter||Away Out On The Mountain (7", Single)||Festival Records||FW-115||Australia||1957|
|9-30340||Montana Slim||There's A Padlock On Your Heart / Away Out On The Mountain (7")||Decca||9-30340||US||1957|