Geoff Edmunds - Saturday Night album FLAC
- Performer: Geoff Edmunds
- Title: Saturday Night
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: ASF TTA MPC MP1 AA AC3 FLAC
- Style: Country Rock
- MP3 album: 1493 mb
- FLAC album: 1121 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 354
Then Dave and Geoff were in The 99ers along with scientist and writer Brian J. Ford. After that Dave Edmunds was in Crick Feather's Hill-Bill's formed in c 1960, with Feathers (Edmunds) on lead guitar; Zee Dolan on bass; Tennessee Tony on lead vocals; Tony Kees on piano and Hank Two Sticks on drums. The first group that Edmunds fronted was the Cardiff-based 1950s style rockabilly trio The Raiders formed in 1961, along. Edmunds had bought a house in Rockfield, Monmouth, a few miles away from Charles and Kingsley Ward's Rockfield Studios where he became an almost permanent fixture for the next twenty years. The album Repeat When Necessary received a Silver Certification from the British Phonographic Industry on 20 March 1980 (for over 60,000 copies sold in the UK). The single "Girls Talk" also received a Silver Certificate from the BPI.
Rainy Day. Relaxation.
Almost Saturday Night bass tab. by Dave Edmunds. Almost Saturday Night Originally a John Fogerty song this version by Dave Edmunds released In 1981. Taken from his studio album Twangin. Tab by bass50611 Bass performance Nick Lowe.
Original Album Series. Original Album Series Tracklist. 1. Girls Talk Lyrics. 2. I Knew The Bride Lyrics. 3. Singin' The Blues Lyrics. Almost Saturday Night Lyrics. A1 On The Juke Box Lyrics. Heart Of The City Lyrics. Where Or When Lyrics. Take Me For A Little While Lyrics. It's My Own Business Lyrics. Here Comes The Weekend Lyrics. Three Time Loser Lyrics. What Did I Do Last Night Lyrics.
Album: The Best of Dave Edmunds, 1981. Dave Edmunds single that reached number 58 in the British charts. It was all recorded and mixed and there's more continuity in it more direction.
This Album is dedicated to Al Perkins with love. Butch' ". All songs published by Perk´s Music, Duchess Music Corp.
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- Written By – Geoff Edmunds (tracks: A1, B1)