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One is the second solo album by jazz keyboardist Bob James. It was an important album in the early smooth jazz genre and is famous for its end track, "Nautilus", which became important to hip hop as one of the most sampled tracks in American music. Released on April 17, 1974 this album charted at number two on the Jazz Album Charts. Valley of the Shadows" (James) – 9:42. In the Garden" (Johann Pachelbel) – 3:06. Soulero" (James, Richard Evans) – 3:22.
If you were looking for the article about the business employee, then see Jenkins. Old Man Jenkins is an elderly fish who appears in many episodes, often as a side gag. He makes his debut in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" and his name is first revealed in "Sailor Mouth. He has been voiced by Tom Kenny, Doug Lawrence, Dee Bradley Baker, and more recently John Gegenhuber. He has had many different appearances in the series.
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Together, these 11 songs connect the dots between the sounds that have shaped Drivin N Cryin’s career since the beginning, mixing together the jangle of folk music, the weirdo textures of 1960s psychedelia, the punky slash-and-burn of old-school rock & roll, and the sweep of Kinney’s southern ballads. Glide Magazine "The 11-track album highlights the quality mix of Southern rock, country and folk that Drivin N Cryin have been perfecting since forming in the mid-Eighties. a dynamic and diverse Americana excursion with touches of garage and psychedelic rock (the latter on the trippy "If I'm Not There I'll Be Here"), folk and country.
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Steel Drivin' Man Homework Help Questions In Steel Drivin' Man, Scott Reynolds Nelson tells the true story of the African American convict from Virginia who inspired the American legend, the Ballad of John Henry.
Mick Jenkins is back with his sophomore LP. Today (Oct. 26), the rapper released his 17-track album, Pieces of a Man, which features appearances from Ghostface Killah, Julian Bell, Mikahl Anthony, Ben Hixon, Corinne Bailey Rae and BadBadNotGood. On the cover art for the project, Jenkins' reflection appears in five pieces of broken glass. Donning a white T-shirt, the Chicago rhymer looks as if he's contemplating life and what's to come. Pieces of a Man includes the previously released track "Understood
Arrogant Worms – Steel Drivin' Man lyrics. Special guest vocalist, Mike's dad: Bob Mccormick (Mike's dad appears courtesy of Mike's mom). There once was a time when the country was wide. A time before cars and planes and minivans. Mike Mccormick was a steel drivin' man Who never really gave a damn Only thing he worked on was his tan Mike Mccormick was a steel drivin' man. He'd get up in the morning to hammer in them spikes Unless he'd been up drinking the previous night Or if his bones weren't feeling right Or if it looked like it was going to rain. He had a tendency of being late for work And everyone around thought he was a jerk He'd take long breaks and say his back was hurt Then he'd have a drink to ease the pain
|A||Steel Drivin' Man|
|B||Great Big Rollin' Railroad|
- Lyrics By – Bill Fries (tracks: B)
- Music By – Richard Prouix (tracks: B)
- Words & Music by – Bob Jenkins (tracks: A)
NotesSteel Drivin' Man made Expressly for the Union Pacific Railroad.
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