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Bill Darnel - Pink Champagne / Well Oh Well album flac

  • Performer: Bill Darnel
  • Album: Pink Champagne / Well Oh Well
  • FLAC: 1286 mb | MP3: 1223 mb
  • Style: Vocal
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Bill Darnel - Pink Champagne / Well Oh Well album flac

Tracklist

A Pink Champagne
B Well Oh Well

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Side A (stamped) 45W-76663-3 1 A1
  • Matrix / Runout: SIde B (stamped) 45-W-76664-1 A1

Oh well, oh well Guess I'll see you in hell There's a pretty little picture that's in my head And I'm starting to dream, changing colors while I sleep Maybe I'm just wasting time. Sit still and listen to the soundtrack I'll tell you how I took one straight through the heart And it's not easy to talk about So we all scream loud.

I can't help about the shape I'm in I can't sing, I ain't pretty and my legs are thin But don't ask me what I think of you I might not give the answer that.

69 BBC sessions "Oh well". Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes - (9/23) oh well.

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Bloodshot Bill started in Montreal in 1998, with just a guitar and a stomp board. Touring constantly, he has collaborated with such acts as The 5678's, Jon Spencer, King Khan, beat poet Charley Plymell, Mark Sultan, Deke Dickerson, and Shannon Shaw. Plays well with others but is known mostly for his One Man Band ac.

Oh Well may refer to: Oh Well (band), a British dance group that started in the late 1980s. Oh Well" (song), a 1969 song by Fleetwood Mac, covered by several other artists. Oh Well", a song by Boyz II Men from their 2002 album Full Circle. Oh Well", a song by Depeche Mode from their 2009 album Sounds of the Universe (bonus track). Oh Well", a song by Fiona Apple from her 2005 album Extraordinary Machine. Oh Well", a song by Snake River Conspiracy from their 2000 album Sonic Jihad.

Oh Well" was a major British hit single for Fleetwood Mac, reaching number two in late 1969, and was arguably the best track the band cut in its original incarnation, when guitarist Peter Green was the band's principal creative force. Although it's a classic hard rock song (at least for its first half), it actually isn't all that well known or frequently heard on the radio in the United States, though its reputation has risen with the passing of time.

and sometimes you need a little bit of help. know what I'm sayin? Melissa Jordan here. I'm just trying to find my way like the rest of us down here in the bottom of the barrel. Life sure blows a lot of smoke at ya. Makes it hard to see straight. twist up and blow back.