Dillinger - Cocky Bully / Festival Rock FLAC album
Title: Cocky Bully / Festival Rock
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1er festival vintage rock n'roll defilé de pin-ups . CommunitySee All. 1,432 people like this. 1,463 people follow this. AboutSee All. rue de l'egalité (3,397. 75 mi) Bully-les-Mines 62160.
Wooly Bully" is a popular song originally recorded by novelty rock 'n' roll band Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs in 1965. Based on a standard 12-bar blues progression, it was written by the band's frontman, Domingo "Sam" Samudio. It was released as a single on the small Memphis-based XL label ( in 1964 and was picked up in 1965 by MGM. The song was recorded at Sam C. Phillips Recording Studio at 639 Madison Avenue in Memphis, the successor to Phillips' original Sun Studio.
Prog Rock, Hard Rock. Dillinger's members were from Quebec and Ontario Canada, and formed by brothers Robert Harrison (drums, vocals) and Jacques Harrison (keyboards, flute, sax, vocals) in Toronto 1973. This, their 2nd and final album was recorded between studios in Michigan and Toronto 1975/76.
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The grunge goliath's first new album since 1996 proves that Soundgarden are still on top of their game. Been Away Too Long' became a major hit at radio, while tracks like 'Non-State Actor' and 'Worse Dreams' generated plenty of buzz in advance of the album. Both 'Bully' and 'Unity' took the band back to the top of the charts. And the group got great mileage out of 'Enemies' and 'I'll Follow You,' making for a very successful 2012.
Work Dat Pussy Performed by Daz Dillinger (as Dillinger) & Kurupt (as Young Gotti) Written by Daz Dillinger (as D. Arnaud), Kurupt (as R. Brown), Mike Dean (as M. Dean) Produced by Daz Dillinger (as Daz Dillenger) & Mike Dean Courtesy of OCF Records Published by . Musiq (BMI), Stanly-My (BMI), Still n That
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