the sweet – little willy HQ (with lyrics)

North side east side little Willy Willy wears the crown he’s the king around town. Dancing glancing Willy drives them silly with his star shooter shimmy shuffle down. ‘Way past one and feeling alright ’cause when little Willy’s round they can last all night. Lay down stay down stay down down. ‘Cause little Willy Willy won’t go home but can’t push Willy round Willy won’t go; try tellin’ ev’rybody but oh no little Willy Willy won’t go home. Up town down town little Willy Willy drives them wild with his runaround style. Inside outside Willy sends them silly with his starshine shimmy shuffle smile. Mama done chase Willy down thru’ the hall but laugh Willy laugh he don’t care at all. Lay down stay down stay down down. ‘Cause little Willy… Little Willy Willy won’t Willy won’t Willy won’t little Willy Willy won’t Willy won’t Willy won’t. Sweet’s origins go back to 1965, with UK soul band “Wainwright’s Gentlemen”, which included drummer Mick Tucker and vocalist Ian Gillan. The group were limited to small UK clubs playing a mixture of R&B and psychedelia. Gillan quit in May 1965 to join Episode Six, and, later, Deep Purple. Gillan’s eventual replacement was vocalist Brian Connolly. Tucker and Connolly remained with Wainwright’s Gentlemen until early 1968. In January 1968, Brian Connolly and Mick Tucker left Wainwright’s Gentlemen to form another band, calling themselves The Sweetshop. They recruited a bass guitarist/lead vocalist named Steve Priest from a local band called ‘The
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Lou Reed & Metallica – Sweet Jane (Live – Madison Square Garden – October 30, 2009)

This was the performance that spawned the 2011 collaboration between Lou Reed & Metallica. Sweet Jane – Recorded live on October 30, 2009 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY – Originally released by The Velvet Underground in 1970 on the Loaded album Available on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary DVD, Blu-Ray, and CD release

Lynyrd Skynrd – Sweet Home Alabama (From “Sweet Home Alabama” DVD)

www.eagle-rock.com Lynyrd Skynyrd are the ultimate Southern Rock band. Their signature three guitar attack coupled to superb songwriting and massive on stage charisma has rightfully earned them a reputation as one of the greatest live bands of all time. The original band infamously had their career cut short by a disastrous plane crash in 1977 which took the lives of three members plus two of their road crew and seriously injured several others. In 1987 the surviving members reformed the band with Johnny Van Zant taking the place of his brother Ronnie. This concert from 1996 captures the band on top form at Rockpalast’s Loreley Festival on 23 June 1996. Tracklisting: 1) Working For MCA 2) I Ain’t The One 3) Down South Junkin’ 4) Double Trouble 5) I Know A Little 6) Saturday Night Special 7) Swamp Music 8) What’s Your Name 9) That Smell 10) Simple Man 11) Gimme Three Steps 12) Call Me The Breeze 13) Sweet Home Alabama 14) Free Bird Bonus Features: As a real treat for Lynyrd Skynyrd fans we have three tracks from the Hamburg Musikhalle on 5 December 1974 featuring the original line-up of the band performing their three best known songs: 1) Working For MCA 2) Free Bird 3) Sweet Home Alabama
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Sweet Feeling (With Lyrics)

Artist: BRMC Album: Beat The Devil’s Tattoo Song: Sweet Feeling Lyrics: Don’t say it’s over so soon We’ve tied to the day every wrong We can wait in the shadows of mourning But to wait just betrays what’s to come There’s nothing, there’s no one, no cause And still we believed…

1988 Sweet Child O’ Mine 45 Picture Sleeve (Back)

1988 Sweet Child O’ Mine 45 Picture Sleeve (Back)
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Written by lead singer Axl Rose about his then girlfriend Erin Everly (daughter of Everly Brother, Don), ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ sounded like nothing else on the radio when it charted in the late summer of 1988. With Slash’s piercing guitar work and Axl’s gritty vocals to propel it, this hard rocking ballad deservedly hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 several months after it debuted. In the coming years, GNR would release several more classic songs-‘Paradise City,’ ‘You Could Be Mine,’ and ‘November Rain,’ to name a few. However, none would be as successful as their first. And it stills sounds as good today as it did back then.