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Clay Tyson - Man On The Moon / You Don't Know What I Want FLAC album


Performer: Clay Tyson
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Audio recording
Title: Man On The Moon / You Don't Know What I Want
Country: US
Released: 1969
Style: Comedy
FLAC version ZIP size: 1187 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1265 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1605 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 625
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I don’t know if Hyyerr is the best track on the album, but I will agree that Chip tha Ripper’s verse is extremely smooth and fits perfectly with the song. September 10th, 2011.

You Don't Know Me" is a song written by Cindy Walker based on a title and storyline given to her by Eddy Arnold in 1955. You Don't Know Me" was first recorded by Arnold that year and released as a single on April 21, 1956 on RCA Victor. The first version of the song to make the Billboard charts was by Jerry Vale in 1956, peaking at on the pop chart

Man on the Moon is the rare record in 2009 that's beating sales expectations), but then we might just end up with more songs like "Enter Galactic" and "Make Her Say", the "Poker Face" remake where Cudi, 'Ye, and Common play misogynistically against type for laughs and somehow make you feel bad for Lady Gaga. Even with "Stapleton Sex" and "Gihad" making the rounds recently, it's probably still the most noxious sex rap I've managed to hear in some time.

On Neon Genesis Evangelion's iconic 'Fly Me to the Moon' renditions and where to hear them. Let us know what you think of the Last.

If you want to know further why this album is a classic you'll have to check it out yourself, but know for a fact it's well worth your fifteen dollars.

Man on the Moon is a song by REM, off of their 1992 album, Automatic for the People. Lyrics include, if you believed they put a man on the moon, man on the moon, if you believe there’s nothing up his sleeve, then nothing is cool. Moon is a song by Rusted Root, off of their 1998 self-titled debut. Lyrics include, I swear I saw the moon move, glide across the sky with a star at its side, its crescent shape is out tonight with opal shadow hiding by, and I swear I saw the moon move. Be the first to know.

Mott the Hoople and the game of Life yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Andy Kaufman in the wrestling match yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Monopoly, Twenty one, checkers, and chess yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Mister Fred Blassie in a breakfast mess yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Let's play Twister, let's play Risk yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah I'll see you in heaven if you. make the list yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Now, Andy did you hear about this one? Tell me, are you locked in the punch? Andy are you goofing on Elvis? Hey, baby Are we losing touch? If you believed they put a man on the moon.

The album was very nearly called Eclipse. From the beginning, the band had intended to call their new album Dark Side of the Moon – a reference to lunacy, as opposed to outer space – but when British heavy blues rockers Medicine Head released an album of the same name in 1972, it caused the Floyd to rechristen their project as Eclipse. We weren’t annoyed at Medicine Head, Gilmour told Sounds magazine. 3. Floyd fans were first treated to Dark Side of the Moon in concert more than a year before the album was actually released. But we liked the image of a silver man, on a silver surfboard, scooting across the universe. It had mystical, mythical properties. Very cosmic, man! 9. Dark Side of the Moon was the first Pink Floyd album to break into the US Top 40.

Tracklist

Man On The Moon 2:30
You Don't Know What I Want 2:30

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-6209 Clay Tyson Man On The Moon / You Don't Know What I Want ‎(7") King Records 45-6209 US 1969
45-6209 Clay Tyson Man On The Moon / You Don't Know What I Want ‎(7", Promo) King Records 45-6209 US 1969