Seaweed - Go Your Own Way FLAC album
Title: Go Your Own Way
Style: Grunge, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1970 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1163 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1116 mb
Other Formats: DMF APE AHX AIFF DXD TTA MP3
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Go Your Own Way was the first single from Fleetwood Mac’s award winning eleventh LP Rumours, from 1977. This album was written during the fallout of many relationships within the band. This song was written by their lead male vocalist Lindsey Buckingham. At the time Lindsey was dating their other powerhouse female vocalist Stevie Nicks. was the glue that brought the whole song into focus. This song and album is regarded as one of their best songs/albums and one of the greatest records of all time. This song was covered by NOFX on their 1989 classic album S&M Airlines. What have the artists said about the song? Stevie Nicks did not leave the shacking up qup unanswered: I very much resented him telling the world that ‘packing up, shacking up’ with different men was all I wanted to d. Sourced here.
Go Your Own Way (CD, Single). COL 661254 1. Seaweed. Go Your Own Way (Music From The Motion Picture "Clerks") (CD, Single, Car). Europe.
Go Your Own Way is the second studio album to have been released by British singer-songwriter and former Pop Idol runner-up, Gareth Gates. The album is essence split into two sections, with tracks one to ten representing "Night", and tracks eleven to nineteen "Day". In some regions, such as the United Kingdom and Europe, the two regions are split across in two discs; in other regions, the entire album is contained on one disc
Go Your Own Way. by. Clerks: Music From the Motion Picture. Main genre: Soundtrack. Is a cover of 1 song. Rock, Pop. Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac (1976).
Go Your Own Way is a song by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released as a single in December 1976 Written and sung by Lindsey Buckingham . Go Your Own Way" has been covered by several artists, including NOFX,33 The Lumineers,34 Vomit Launch,35 Seaweed,36 The Cranberries,37 Jellyfish,38 Jennifer Brown,39 Wilson Phillips,40 Biffy Clyro,41 Carrie Underwood,41 Boy George,41 Kate Ceberano,42 Silverstein,41 Keane,43 Lea Michele,44 Lissie,6 Head and the Heart,45 Colbie Caillat,41 Art of. Dying,6 Kingswood46 and Rawr Vanity. Canadian artist Karl Wolf sampled the refrain from the song in his single "Go Your Own Way" with additional music and lyrics The single appears on his album Stereotype47.
John from Fremantle, Australia"Go Your Own Way" b/w "Silver Springs" is almost one of the most perversely serendipitous 7" single couplings ever released (actually was first out, in the US in 12/76), in that both songs are intensely personal breakup songs; almost too personal for public consumption. aaah, the sound of cocaine abuse during the LA "snowstorm" of '76-'77 ;) Talking of potential "Behind The Music" material, there is in fact a UK-produced documentary series, "Classic Albums",.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Go Your Own Way
Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Kim Warnick
|2||Losing Skin (Remix)|
- Distributed By – EFA – 08304-2
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beserkley
- Copyright (c) – Gentoo Music
- Copyright (c) – Yaos Publishing
- Copyright (c) – Beserkley
- Pressed By – BOD Berlin Optical Disc
- Written-By – Jonathan Richman (tracks: 4), Lindsay Buckingham* (tracks: 1), Seaweed (tracks: 2, 3)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0718750830425
- Label Code: LC 8323
- Matrix / Runout: BOD EFA 08304
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|COL 661254 1||Seaweed||Go Your Own Way (Music From The Motion Picture "Clerks") (CD, Single, Car)||Columbia||COL 661254 1||Europe||1994|
|SP 123/304||Seaweed||Go Your Own Way (7", Single, Gra)||Sub Pop||SP 123/304||Germany||1993|
|SP 252b||Seaweed||Go Your Own Way (CD, Single)||Sub Pop||SP 252b||US||1993|
|OSK 6648||Seaweed||Go Your Own Way (CD, Single, Promo)||Chaos Recordings||OSK 6648||US||1994|
|SP 123/304||Seaweed||Go Your Own Way (7", Single, Whi)||Sub Pop||SP 123/304||Germany||1993|