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The Blasters - Barefoot Rock MP3


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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7-29678The Blasters Barefoot Rock ‎(7")Slash, Warner Bros. Records7-29678US1983
PRO-A-2017The Blasters Barefoot Rock ‎(12", Promo)Slash, Warner Bros. RecordsPRO-A-2017US1983


  • BassJohn Bazz
  • DrumsBill Bateman
  • Lead GuitarDave Alvin
  • PianoGene Taylor
  • ProducerThe Blasters
  • Saxophone [Baritone]Steve Berlin
  • Saxophone [Tenor]Lee Allen
  • Vocals, Guitar, HarmonicaPhil Alvin


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Текст песни: I been walkin' all night down the railroad track Wonderin' if my baby 'll be comin' back Hung like a monkey in a coconut tree Im so shook up, I got the heebie Rock - The Blasters. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. American Music is the debut album by American rock and roll band The Blasters, released in 1980. The song Marie Marie became a breakthrough hit for Shakin' Stevens in 1980 from This Ole House. Matchbox recorded the song for their 1980 album Midnite Dynamos. In 1997, the album was released on CD by Hightone Records. The tracks Marie Marie and American Music were rerecorded for The Blasters' second and wider-distributed eponymous album. All songs composed by Dave Alvin, except where noted. Barefoot Rock. The Blasters. PINK FLOYD: Delicate Sound Of Thunder expanded Name The Blasters. Album Name American Music. Type Album. 发布日期 1980. 出版公司 WEA Rhino Records Hightone. I Don't Want to. Marie Marie. I Wish You Would. She Ain't Got the Beat. Flat Top Joint. Crazy Baby. Barefoot Rock is a track by The Blasters from the album Testament: The Complete Slash Recordings released in 2002. Right from the beginning, with Dave Alvin's title song, the Blasters made their statement, that basic rock & roll was as contemporary in 1980 as it had been in the mid-'50s. The other 12 tracks, which mixed Dave and Phil Alvin originals with covers like I Wish You Would and Never No More Blues, reiterated the opening remark, re-creating the feel of a biker bar after a couple of tall ones. This song is by The Blasters and appears on the album American Music 1980. I been walkin' all night down the railroad trackWonderin' if my baby'll be comin' backHung like a monkey in a coconut treeI'm so shook up, I got the heebie jeebies. My head goin' 'round like a spinnin' topI wanna sit down, but I just can't stopWhen I get home, I'm gonna pull off my shoesGet on the floor and dance away my blues. Watch the video for Barefoot Rock from The Blasters's American Music for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Blasters are an American rock and roll music group formed in 1979 in Downey, California, by brothers Phil Alvin vocals and guitar and Dave Alvin guitar, with bass guitarist John Bazz and drummer Bill Bateman. Dave Alvin, the group's primary songwriter, left the band in 1986 for a critically-acclaimed solo career. He was initially replaced on guitar by Hollywood Fats birth name: Michael L. Mann who appeared with them at Farm Aid

The Blasters - Barefoot Rock MP3
Performer: The Blasters
Genre: Rock
Title: Barefoot Rock
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Rockabilly
MP3 album: 1661 mb
FLAC album: 1283 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 361
Source: Vinyl, 7", Promo, Stereo, Mono
№ Cat: 7-29678
Label: Warner Bros. Records, Slash