Posts Tagged ‘Don’t’

Live in Paris Roger Hodgson performing his song Don’t Leave Me Now

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Formerly of Supertramp Roger Hodgson was the Headliner performing to a crowd of over 80000 Live from Paris at La Fete de LHumanite Sept 13, 2008. Roger Hodgson is the voice of Supertramp. It is to him that we owe most of the compositions from the repertoire of Supertramp, which appears today. When Roger Hodgson sings, after two songs, everyone is standing!Roger is on tour and shows are selling out. Go to his tour page to see his latest concert schedule: www.rogerhodgson.com Roger takes his audience on a journey and it’s a fun one. Can you do something out of this world? Yes, attend a concert with Roger, and experience great music that touches our hearts. Be sure to check out Roger’s Classics Live at www.rogerhodgson.com Here’s some great links for more information: Facebook – www.facebook.com Twitter – twitter.com MySpace – www.myspace.com Supertamp Songwriters – www.rogerhodgson.com Roger also performs songs from his Open the Door and In the Eye of the Storm albums like In Jeopardy, Lovers in the Wind, Only Because of You, The More I Look, Love is a 1000 Times and many more You can only get these solo albums at the Roger Hodgson Store . So buy directly from the artist and get his autographed CD’s. Go to www.rogerhodgsonstore.com
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Don’t Call Us We’ll Call You- Sugarloaf- 1975

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This Thing Is Hard To Forget.A Brilliant Take On The Music Business.Vintage 70’s.It’s Too Great To Be On A Have A Nice Day Album.Way Too Great. Always A Mp3 Favorite Of Mine.I Never Skip When This Comes On.It’s A Rock Song, A Novelty Song And A Classic All In One. Check Out The 1975 Pictures.Those Poor Souls Playing Pong.We Were Stuck With That Ancient Technology.All Of The Changes We Have Seen In 33 Years.If You Would Have Told Someone What We Have Now They Would Think You Were Nuts.Amazing.Too Bad The Songs Today Stink.Technology Can Not Make Up For Lousy Songs.You Can Have A Million Track Computer And You Still Wouldn’t Top The 60’s And 70’s Hits.They Were Worth Their Weight In Gold.Thanks Sugarloaf.We’ll Call You.You’re Great Song Sure Called Us.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

In these shoes???.. I don’t think so!!!

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In these shoes???.. I don’t think so!!!
hard rock songs
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Camille O’Sullivan sings that Kirsty McColl song.

I once met a man with a sense of adventure
He was dressed to thrill wherever he went
He said "Let’s make love on a mountain top
Under the stars on a big hard rock"
I said "In these shoes?
I don’t think so"
I said "Honey, let’s do it here."

So I’m sitting at a bar in Guadalajara
In walks a guy with a faraway look in his eyes
He said "I’ve got as powerful horse outside
Climb on the back, I’ll take you for a ride
I know a little place, we can get there for the break of day."
I said "In these shoes?
No way, Jose"
I said "Honey, let’s stay right here."

No le gusta caminar. No puede montar a caballo
(She doesn’t like to walk, she can’t ride a horse)
Como se puede bailar? Es un escandolo
(But the way she dances, it’s a scandal)

Then I met an Englishman
"Oh" he said
"Won’t you walk up and down my spine,
It makes me feel strangely alive."
I said "In these shoes?
I doubt you’d survive."
I said "Honey, let’s do it.
Let’s stay right here."

No le gusta caminar. No puede montar a caballo
(She doesn’t like to walk, she can’t ride a horse)
Como se puede bailar? Es un escandolo
(But the way she dances, it’s a scandal)

The Music don’t have a face – Asbury Streets

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The Music don’t have a face – Asbury Streets
rock music
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The Music don’t have a face – Asbury Streets

Don’t Hit it So Hard, Zia

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Don’t Hit it So Hard, Zia
hard rock hits
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Guns N Roses – Don’t Cry Guitar Cover Instrumental

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Guns N Roses – Don’t Cry Guitar Cover One of my favourite Guns n Roses Songs. I first recorded the audio part fur sure. But i didn’t filmed the second rythm guitar part, please remember. I hope you like it. Please rate and comment. Enjoy! greetz

Disciple – Dear X (You Don’t Own Me)

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Disciple’s new song from their upcoming album Horseshoes and Hand Grenades (2010)
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Albums Produced By Scott Hendricks, including: It Matters To Me, Here In The Real World, Don’t Rock The Jukebox, Brand New Man, Hard Workin’ Man, … Strong, Songs About Me, Give Me Some Wheels

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Don’t Speak (I Came to Make a Bang)

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Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989 Ozzy Osbourne (25/38) – I Don’t Know

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The Moscow Music Peace Festival was a one-time gathering of high-profile hard rock acts for a performance in Moscow, Soviet Union on 12 and 13 August 1989 to promote world peace and establish international cooperation in fighting the drug war in Russia. The event was held over two days in Moscow’s largest stadium, Luzhniki Stadium, which has a seating capacity of about 100000. However, as the concert also included spectators on the field, the number of attendees was much greater. The event was the first rock concert to be held at the stadium, which had previously been used primarily for sporting events. The concert was put together by the Make a Difference Foundation, rock producer Doc McGhee, Stas Namin and other major players in the Soviet Union and the United States. Artists: Cinderella: Tom Keifer, Fred Coury, Jeff LaBar, Eric Brittingham Gorky Park: Alexie Belov, Nikolai Noskov, Sasha Minkov, Jan Ianenkov, Sasha Lvov Scorpions: Klaus Meine, Matthias Jabs, Francis Buchholz, Herman Rarebell, Rudolf Schenker Skid Row: Sebastian Bach, Dave Sabo, Rob Affuso, Rachel Bolan, Scotti Hill Mötley Crüe: Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars Ozzy Osbourne: Ozzy Osbourne, Zakk Wylde, Randy Castillo, Geezer Butler, John Sinclair Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Alec John Such, Tico Torres, David Bryan Special Guest (for finale): Jason Bonham wikipedia
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