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Drifters Sunrise - Bob Lind - Dont Be Concerned (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mar 12,  · Bob Lind; Writers Bob Lind; Licensed to YouTube by Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - Gerry and The Pacemakers - Duration: fatjudsoldies 6,, views. Bobby Gentry - .
  2. "Don't Make Promises" was written by Tim Hardin, who released his own, folky version on the B side of a single. This recording is the first version released on 45 rpm, and somehow the producers transform Hardin's simple folk number into a catchy, crescendoing Northern Soul toe .
  3. Bob Lind – Don’t Be Concerned (Shiny pristine/near pristine, mono World Pacific WP , property of WLRC sticker on B-, includes “Elusive Butterfly”) $5 Little Feat – Down on the Farm (Pristine WB, A) $7 Little Feat – Waiting for Columbus (Extreme/VERY LIGHT scratch/wear WB double lp, A-) $5.
  4. Below is a selection of the vinyl records I have for sale. This is a small selection, if you wish more details on any record please contact me by email: [email protected] If you don't see anything you are looking for, feel free to give me your wants lists. I also sell on eBay, Music Stack and Discogs. Artist Title Format.
  5. Overview. Ray Charles first appeared on a Billboard chart in , when — as part of the Maxin Trio with G.D. McKee and Milton Garred — he charted his first single with "Confession Blues." It reached No. 2 on the R&B chart, then called the Most-Played Juke Box Race Records. In , Charles signed with Atlantic Records and went on to top Billboard ' s pop, country, R&B, jazz, and dance charts.
  6. Drifter's Sunrise Lyrics: Well the sun rises behind you when you walk a westbound road / And the light sometimes reminds you of someone you used to know / She had eyes that used to touch you like.
  7. Tracks 1 to 12 were originally released as his first LP `Don't Be Concerned', and they are easily the strongest songs here. Bypassing the hit with which we are all familiar (and the frankly rubbish track The World is B Movie) that leaves 10 other mainly excellent songs in a similar but somehow less cloying vein/5(42).

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