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John McCord - Down Home As I Can Be mp3 download

Performer: John McCord
Title: Down Home As I Can Be
Location: CryLove Studio, Danville, CA
Duration: 53:38
Date of recording: October, 2012 - November, 2012
Size MP3 version: 1222 mb
Size FLAC version: 1330 mb
Size WMA version: 1714 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 944
Format: VQF TTA MP1 MIDI APE VOC
Genre: Country

John McCord - Down Home As I Can Be mp3 download


AnnaLynne McCord is an American actress, writer, director and former model. Known for playing vixen-type roles.

Back Home Again is the eighth studio album by singer-songwriter John Denver released in June, 1974. The multi-platinum album contained the hit singles "Annie's Song" ( pop, adult contemporary), and "Back Home Again" ( pop, AC, country). In addition, the studio versions of "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" and "Sweet Surrender" appear on this album.

Elton John’s third album Tumbleweed Connection was released on October 30th, 1970. While the album should not be defined as a country album, the musical structure inherent in the melodic lines, chord changes and lyrical content really sounds like what we now call Americana. The album featured a long roster of musicians including some well-known vocalist such as Dusty Springfield who sang backup vocals. Elton John’s Caribou Album was released on June 28th 1974. The album contained two of Elton John’s biggest hits, Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me, and The Bitch is Back. However, the album also contained some of Elton John’s deepest album cuts. Songs like Ticking, I’ve Seen the Saucers, and You’re So Static, remain among some of Elton’s most loved songs by hardcore Elton John fans.

Album The Wildlife Concert (1995). Alan Deremo, Chris Nole, James Burton, Jim Horn, John Denver, Michito Sanchez, Pat Hawk, Pete Huttlinger. I hear her voice, in the morning hour she calls me The radio reminds me of my home far away And drivin' down the road I get the feeling That I should have been home yesterday, yesterday. Chorus x 2 (modulates).

Get down, it's Saturday night Saturday night Saturday night Get down, it's Saturday night Saturday night Saturday night. Saturday morning Friday's enemy Housework is calling me But where to begin? Kids are out of school Trying to find a friend Everybody's busy Can't wait for the night to begin. You work all week long You work your fingers to the bone Friday's at an end I can't wait for Saturday to begin

Take me home now, country roads Take me home now, country roads. Thanks to shashvat for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): DENVER JOHN, DANOFF BILL. Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and John Denver wrote this song about the state of West Virginia. In March 2014, it became one of the four official state anthems of the state. Bill Danoff made up this song while driving with his then-wife along Clopper Road in Maryland

March 15, 1969 5:00AM ET. Led Zeppelin I. By. John Mendelsohn. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You alternates between prissy Robert Plant’s howled vocals fronting an acoustic guitar and driving choruses of the band running down a four-chord progression while John Bonham smashes his cymbals on every beat. The song is very dull in places (especially on the vocal passages), very redundant, and certainly not worth the six-and-a-half minutes the Zeppelin gives it. Two much-overdone Willie Dixon blues standards fail to be revivified by being turned into showcases for Page and Plant.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rolling the Dice John McCord John McCord 4:29
2 Will You Be Mine John McCord John McCord 3:16
3 Love Is More Than Just a Hope John McCord John McCord 4:30
4 When It Was Nice John McCord John McCord 4:02
5 Hillbilly Disability John McCord John McCord 5:33
6 My Heart Don't Need Hurtin' John McCord John McCord 4:26
7 Me and the Guys John McCord John McCord 6:00
8 Big Bopper's Bones John McCord John McCord 3:22
9 I'm Just As Crazy (As I've Ever Been) John McCord John McCord 4:30
10 Down Home As We Can Be John McCord John McCord 4:46
11 House of Love John McCord John McCord 5:37
12 Out of Darkness John McCord John McCord 3:07

Credits

Rick Alegria - Drums
John Baker - Engineer, Mixing
Tom Bekeny - Mandolin
Bobby Black - Pedal Steel Guitar
Rosalie Cassell - Paintings
Heather Hafleigh - Photography
Johnny Harper - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mixing, Producer, Vocal Harmony
Bob Johnson - Dobro
Tony Marcus - Fiddle
John McCord - Composer, Primary Artist
Patrick McKenna - Bass
Jim Peterson - Saxophone
Will Scarlett - Harmonica
Barukh ben Shemuel - Piano
Justin Weis - Mastering
Bill Wilson - Cajun Accordian