Download Janssons Frestelse - I Dig Rock N' Roll Music / Du Har Själv Varit Ung
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Written-By – Hans Löfman, Lars Hesslind
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Lyrics By [Swedish] – Jan Lundberg Written-By – Dixon, Mason, Stookey
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I Dig Rock 'N' Roll Music. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. I Dig Rock 'N' Roll. I Dig Rock n Roll. The Music That Rocked Us - The Cramps - Vol. Исполнитель: Various artists. I Dig Rock and Roll Music is a 1967 song by the American folk group Peter, Paul and Mary, written by Paul Stookey, James Mason and Dave Dixon. The song parodies and satirizes the vocal style of the Mamas & the Papas in the first verse, Donovan in the second verse and the Beatles in the third verse. Provided to YouTube by Warner Records I Dig Rock and Roll Music Peter, Paul and Mary Album 1700 1967 Warner Records Inc. Producer: Albert B. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Dave Dixon на маркетплейсе : Pop Album: I Dig Rock N' Roll Music, Du Har Själv Varit Ung Country: Sweden Released: 1969 Style: Schlager MP3 version RAR size: 1207 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1493 mb WMA version RAR size: 1438 mb Rating: 4. 7 Votes: 281 Other Formats: DXD MPC MMF VOX AIFF VQF ADX. I Dig Rock N' Roll Music I Dig Rock And Roll Music Lyrics By Jan Lundberg Written-By Dixon , Mason , Stookey. Du Har Själv Varit Written-By Hans. Ung Löfman, Lars. Rock'n Roll Music. Bm G And when the Beatles tell you Bm G They've got a word love to sell you Bm E A A7 They mean exactly what they say. D D7 I dig Rock and Roll music. D D7 I could really get it on in that scene. D D7 D D7 I think I could say something if you know what I mean. Bm G Bm G But if I really say it, the radio won't play it Bm E A A7 Unless I lay it between the lines D D7 D D7. Set8. I Dig Rock & Roll Music. Love this track. Sebesky trained in trombone at the Manhattan School of Music in his early career, he played with Kai Winding, Claude Thornhill, Tommy Dorsey, Warren Covington, Maynard Ferguson and Stan Kenton. In 1960 he began devoting himself primarily to arranging and conducting one of his best-known arrangements was for Wes Montgomery's 1965 album Bumpin'