Bruce Hornsby - Rainbow's Cadillac mp3 downloadPerformer: Bruce Hornsby
Title: Rainbow's Cadillac
Style: Adult Contemporary,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Released: January 17, 1994
Size MP3 version: 1413 mb
Size FLAC version: 1395 mb
Size WMA version: 1985 mb
Format: AU AIFF MP3 ADX AA MPC
Genre: Pop Rock
Bruce Hornsby - Rainbow's Cadillac mp3 download
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The song 'Rainbow's Cadillac' by Bruce Hornsby has a tempo of 184 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Essential Bruce Hornsby'.
Harbor Lights was the fourth album by Bruce Hornsby and was released by RCA Records in 1993. The record showcased Hornsby in a more jazz-oriented setting and featured an all-star lineup, including Pat Metheny, Branford Marsalis, Jerry Garcia, Phil Collins and Bonnie Raitt.
Rainbow's Cadillac is found on the album Harbor Lights. Found on more albums: Here Come the Noise Makers Bruce Hornsby + Friends Intersections 1985-2005. Bruce Hornsby – Rainbow's Cadillac. He'd pull up from around the back Folks say, "there's Rainbow's Cadillac" Fancy shirts and shorts of plaid Coat of more colors than Joseph had. Every night about a quarter to ten From the middle of June till the summer's end People would gather from miles around To see the mighty Rainbow knock 'em down. Lyrics submitted by Reynard Muldrake. Rainbow's Cadillac" as written by Bruce Hornsby. Rainbow's Cadillac song meanings.
Bruce Hornsby - Rainbow& Cadillac Lyrics. Well every night about a quarter to ten From the middle of June to the summer's end People would gather from miles around To see the mighty Rainbow knock 'em down. He'd pull up from around the back Folk's say, "There's Rainbow's Cadillac" Well the fancy shirts and shorts of plaid Coat of more colors than Joseph had.
Artist Album Song Title. Rainbow's Cadillac Album Cover Art. Bruce Hornsby. 1 Rainbow's Cadillac.
Leaving behind the Range, Bruce Hornsby trades heartland rock for a cooler, jazzier sound with Harbor Lights, an album that nonetheless retains his affinity for sincere portraits of American life, love, and heartache. The title track is a humid, celebratory song that evokes a romantic summer evening in the South, setting the stage for a collection of humanistic songs. If the album has an underlying theme, it's the necessity of seeing yourself and the ones you love through the hard times as well as the good