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Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show - The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" / Life Ain't Easy FLAC album


Performer: Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
Genre: Rock
Title: The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" / Life Ain't Easy
Country: US
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1428 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1892 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1421 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 155
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Hook (shortened from Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show in 1975) was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'" (both 1972), "Only Sixteen" (1975), "A Little Bit More" (1976), "Sharing the Night Together" (1978), "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman" (1979), "Better Love Next Time" (1979), and "Sexy Eyes" (1980)

Dr Hook And The Medicine Show –I Ain't Got No Home. Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show –Life Ain't Easy. Hook & The Medicine Show –The Yodel Song. Dr Hook And The Medicine Show –Queen Of The Silver Dollar. Hook & The Medicine Show –Makin' It Natural.

A. The Cover Of "Rolling Stone". Written-By – Shel Silverstein. Written-By – R. Sawyer, Shel Silverstein. The Cover Of The "Rolling Stone" ‎(7", Single).

The group made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine on March 29, 1973, three months after this song was released. The text next to their picture read: "What's Their Names Make The Cover. The song was great publicity for Rolling Stone magazine, which was only five years old. For the story, reporter Jim Cahill followed the band on tour, portraying them (accurately) as a ragtag band of misfits who were making it up as they went along. Hook and the Medicine Show became such prolific interpreters of Shel's material for some reasons which would completely include their sense of humor. They were just a bar band from New Jersey, as much as Columbia Records tried to make them some crazy Cajun band that came out of the swamps. I mean, Ray Sawyer was from the South, maybe one or two of the other guys.

Hey, I know how, rock and roll) (Ah, that's beautiful). Man, I don't know why we ain't on the cover, baby) (We're beautiful fellas) (I ain't kiddin', why, we would make a beautiful cove)r (Fresh shot, right up front, man) (I can see it now, we'll be up on the front) (Smilin', man oh, beautiful!) Submit lyrics correction →. Like.

The Cover of "Rolling Stone". This song is by Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show and appear. a, ha, ha, I don't believe itDa, da, ah, ooh, don't touch meHey, Ray!Hey, Sugar!Tell 'em who we are. Well, we're big rock singersWe've got golden fingersAnd we're loved everywhere we go (That sounds like us)We sing about beautyAnd we sing about truthFor ten thousand dollars a show (Right!)

Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. Freakin' At the Freakers' Ball. 2. The Things I Didn't Say. 2:58. 9. You Ain't Got the Right. 10. I Call That True Love. 11. Makin' It Natural.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Cover Of "Rolling Stone"
Written-By – Shel Silverstein
2:53
B Life Ain't Easy
Written-By – R. Sawyer*, Shel Silverstein
2:43

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.

Credits

  • Producer, Directed By [Music] – Ron Haffkine

Notes

(A): October 1972
(B): August 1973

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
13-33256 Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" / Life Ain't Easy ‎(7", Single, Styrene) Columbia 13-33256 US Unknown
13-33256 Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" ‎(7", Single) Columbia 13-33256 US Unknown
13-33256 Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show The Cover Of The "Rolling Stone" ‎(7", Single) Columbia 13-33256 Canada Unknown
13-33256 Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" / Life Ain't Easy ‎(7", Single) Columbia 13-33256 US Unknown