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The New York Rock Exchange - Hey Baby/Harmonica Man album FLAC

  • Performer: The New York Rock Exchange
  • Title: Hey Baby/Harmonica Man
  • Genre: Funk
  • Country: US
  • MP3 album: 1560 mb
  • FLAC album: 1905 mb
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The New York Rock Exchange - Hey Baby/Harmonica Man album FLAC

B. Harmonica Man. 2:55. The New York Rock Exchange. Hey Baby/Harmonica Man ‎(7", Single, Promo). United Artists Records.

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B Harmonica Man 2:55.

Harmonica rock may be relatively new, but the instrument has a long history in America. It's said President Abraham Lincoln carried a harmonica in his pocket, and soldiers on both sides of the Civil War kept them in camp. Originally invented in 1821 to play classical music, the harmonica’s now a staple in blues, folk rock and some rock bands. It’s hard to even picture Bob Dylan or Neil Young without a harmonica slung around their necks. Here’s my list of the Top 25 Best Harmonica Rock Songs of All Time: 25) Tangled up in Blue by Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan is synonymous with the harmonica. The last song recorded for Dylan’s double album, Blonde on Blonde, features a harmonica intro and outro that sets the mood for the entire upbeat tune. 16) Love Me Do by The Beatles. John Lennon laid down the harmonica on The Beatles’ first single, Love Me Do.

Hey! Baby" is a song written by Margaret Cobb and Bruce Channel, and recorded by Channel in 1961, first released on LeCam Records, a local Fort Worth, Texas label. After it hit, it was released on Smash Records for national distribution. He co-produced the song with Major Bill Smith (owner of LeCam) and released it on Mercury Records' Smash label. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, starting the week ending March 10, 1962.

Hey Man. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Date de parution 12 Mars 1996. Labels Atlantic Records. Style MusicalHard-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album3. 1. Trapped in Toyland. 3. Jane Doe. 4. Goin' Where the Wind Blows. 6. Where Do It Fit in? 7. If That's What It Takes. 8. Out of the Underground. 9. Dancin' Right into the Flame. 10. Mama D. 11. Fool Us Today.

The New York Rock Exchange (NYRE) is an online platform that provides artists a new way to generate revenue and engage fans. Selected artists will also receive assets and tools if they would like to sell the compilation album at a venue and/or from their merch store.

M Bradley Hallwig (Mighty Slim) is a harmonica player in 78748 with 241 songs and 695,035 views on Fandalism. For 15 years I played with The Mighty Mighty Barristers, Baltimore's finest all-lawyer classic rock band. Since moving to Austin in 2014, I have played gigs a couple times with pick up bands but mostly I play at the various blues jams around town. You're stuck on a desert island and only get to bring one album with you. What do you pick? Might be The Temptations Greatest Hits, might be Derek and the Dominoes Layla, might be a Sonny Boy Williamson collection.

Hey Baby" is a song by the American ska band No Doubt from their fifth studio album Rock Steady (2001). Written by band members Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal and Tom Dumont, "Hey Baby" was released as the album's lead single in October 29, 2001 by Interscope Records. Hey Baby" is heavily influenced by the Jamaican dancehall music present at No Doubt's post-show parties and tour bus lounges of their Return of Saturn tour. Its lyrics describe the debauchery with groupies at these parties.


A Hey Baby 2:22
B Harmonica Man 2:55

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UA 50326 The New York Rock Exchange Hey Baby/Harmonica Man ‎(7", Single, Promo) United Artists Records UA 50326 US Unknown

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