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Dickie Rock - I Believe In Music FLAC
Performer:
Dickie Rock
Album:
I Believe In Music
Style:
Vocal, Ballad
Released:
1974
Country:
Ireland
Label:
Emerald Gem
Catalog:
GES 1131
FLAC size:
2565 mb
MP3 size:
1664 mb
WMA size:
1037 mb


Tracklist


1A House Is Not A Home
2The Old Fashioned Way
3Didn't We Know
4Yesterday, When I Was Young
5Until It's Time For You To Go
6Til I Can't Take It Anymore
7If
8I Believe In Music
9Sail Around The World
10Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me
11The Most Beautiful Girl In The World


Credits


  • Arranged ByAl Saxon
  • ProducerGordon Smith


Notes


Includes original printed inner sleeve.
U.K. Patent No. 1,072,844
Brevete SGDG 1,405,719
Eire 28160
11-74, Made in England.


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: Britico, GEMA, N.C.B.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Stamped): ZML-1335-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Stamped): ZML-1336-2C


Companies


  • Record Company – Emerald Records Limited
  • Manufactured By – The Decca Record Company Limited
  • Distributed By – The Decca Record Company Limited
  • Printed By – Clout & Baker Ltd.
  • Published By – Emerald Records Limited


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Album


I Believe in Music is the second album released by singer-songwriter and actor Mac Davis. It was released in 1972, although the title song had already charted in 1970. The title track went on to become a standard and was covered by many artists in the 1970s, including a top 30 pop hit by Gallery in 1972. Music reviewer Stephen Thomas Erlewine considered many of the songs to be more suitable for the album than on radio, and said. Listen to I Believe in Music by Dickie Rock for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Richard Dickie Rock was the frontman of the Miami Showband, three members of which were murdered in 1975. Before he was famous Dickie was an apprentice welder. Dickie was the subject of a well-known Irish catchphrase - spit on me Dickie. The phrase took off in Belfast in the 60s and spread all over the country. Between 1963 and 1977 Dickie and the Miami Showband had eight top ten hits. Dickie Rock and the Miami were the First Irish Artists to Go straight in to The Number One Spot with There's Always Me in 1965 He came 4th in the 1966 Eurovisi read more. Album 2010 Utworów: 20. Wypróbuj bez opłat. Dickie Rock. Pop 2010. Podglą to I Believe in Music by Dickie Rock - The Miami Showband Collection. Irish singer, born 10 October 1936 in Cabra, Dublin. In 1966, he sung for Ireland in the 1966 Eurovision Song Contest with the song, Come Back to Stay. He finished fourth in the Contest. Between 1963 and 1972 he was backed by The Miami Showband. I Believe in Music is a 1970 song written and recorded by Mac Davis and later included on his second album I Believe in Music. Gallery covered it in 1972 as the second of three singles on their Nice to Be with You album as the follow-up release to their title track. Gallery's version of the song reached No. 22 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 13 on the US Cash Box Top 100. It also reached No. 5 in Canada. Louis Jordan's final recording he died 15 months later, I Believe in Music has been reissued on CD, along with six previously unreleased selections. Although Jordan had not been a hitmaker in around 20 years and had been somewhat neglected during the decade before the set, he was still in his musical prime both vocally and instrumentally. The altoist is teamed with tenorman Irv Cox and a rhythm section led by pianist Duke Burrell. I Believe in Music is the second album released by singer-songwriter and actor Mac Davis, released in 1971. Track listing. All tracks are written by Mac Davis, except where noted. Отказаться от подписки на канал Music Of Ireland - Ceol traidisiúnta na. Back Home Again. Pure Irish Country. SME от лица компании Timeless StyleSouthern Rock. Members owning this album0. All Night Long. Troubles of My Own. Tennessee Two Step. The Girl Next Door. America, I Believe in You. Oh Juanita. Sweet Little Country Girl. Alley Cat