Johnny Fox & The Foxes - You Laff Too Much album flac
|A||You Laff Too Much||2:15|
|B||Mountain (A New Version R & B) Dew||2:25|
NotesMatrix / Runout A: ZTSP 85248
Matrix / Runout B: ZTSP 85249
|NT-507||Johnny Fox & The Foxes||You Laff To Much / Mountain (A New Version R & B.) Dew (7")||Newtime||NT-507||US||1962|
|N-507||Johnny Fox & The Foxes||You Laff Too Much / Mountain (A New Version R. & B.) Dew (7", Single, Styrene)||Newtime||N-507||US||1962|
Thin Lizzy's Johnny the Fox meets Jimmy the Weed off of the 1976 album Johnny the Fox.
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Johnnie Fox's Pub Dublin Ireland is famed as the Highest Pub in Ireland. We also have a restaurant and our Hooley Irish Dancing Show. Johnnie Fox’s is one of the most famous pubs in Ireland. Famous at every corner of the globe for its unique location but also so much more; it has global recognition for atmosphere, history, food quality, quirkiness, authenticity and service. There are no strangers here, only people who have not yet met.
Johnny The Fox is something of a concept album, if only in fragmented style, a tale of desperate, righteous but hell-bent urban characters, much like mini-biographies of band leader and voice Phil Lynott himself. Lynott, like most great song writers was deeply personal in his approach, and wither his tales are bawdy, regretful or just plain cool, they always reflect some aspect of the man’s own odd place in our world. Johnny The Fox is history as far as this writing is concerned, but why stop here? Run, don’t walk straight to 1977’s Bad Reputation, one of the true jewels in the crowded Lizzy crown.
I thought I had better put the fox in after they rejected the ideas of a cut-out with the foxes head showing through.
Johnny the Fox He called to Jimmy the Weed He said "Hey man, I know your name I've seen you cruising with the low riders Hanging out down on First Street and Main". Tuned into and listening to The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils Around the Bay They got some crazy . Send you right out to Heaven. Jimmy the Weed for greed He was taken back Johnny the Fox, you old sly cat Cleverly the Fox conceals his stash Crisp dollar bills can leave no tracks. In the back of a black Cadillac The voodoo music travels Down Skid Row only black men can go The shady deal unravels.
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Johnny the Fox is the seventh studio album by Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1976. This album was written and recorded while bassist/vocalist Phil Lynott was recovering from a bout of hepatitis that put him off the road halfway through the previous Jailbreak tour. Don't Believe a Word" was a British hit single
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