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9 thoughts on “ Lets Go Get Stoned - Various - Volume One - Classic Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Let's Go Get Stoned on Discogs/5(14).
  2. Jul 08,  · The Music Machine is the only group here that had a big hit (though they're represented by a non-charting single, "Mother Nature/Father Earth"), and while some of the other songs and artists will be fairly familiar to '60s collectors who specialize in this area, most listeners who've only just digested the Nuggets box set will find most of it virgin territory.
  3. Apr 10, - Rare and hard to find vinyl records. See more ideas about Vinyl records, Vinyl, Records pins.
  4. Let's go get stoned (Now, wait a minute) You know my baby, she won't let me in I've got a few pennies, I'm gonna' buy myself a bottle of gin And then I'm gonna' call my buddy, on the telephone and say Let's go get stoned (Now, listen) You know I work so hard, all day long Everything I try to do, seems to always turn out wrong That's why I wanna.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Let's Go on Discogs. Label: Starcall Records - STVL ,EMI - STVL ,Festival Records - STVL • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Classic .
  6. Let's Go Get Stoned Lyrics: Let's go get stoned / Let's go get stoned / When your baby won't let you in / Got a few pennies, a bottle of gin / Just call your buddy on the telephone / Let's go get.
  7. RARE promo pressing of the new wave classic featuring 'My Sharona'. The record has blank labels on both sides. Album cover shows a black outline of band on a white background, rather than the original photograph. Credits given on rear of sleeve. A1 Let Me Out A2 Your Number Or Your Name A3 Oh Tara A4 (She's So) Se.
  8. “Let’s Go Get Stoned” is a famous song from Ray’s album Crying Time. It was an early song from Ashford and Simpson, and Ray plays it with a roller-rink organ acting as a contrast to his simple gospel piano chords. A bluesy guitar, though low in volume, also provides important backbone to the sound of “Let’s Go Get Stoned”. Of.
  9. "Let's Go Get Stoned" is a song originally recorded by The Coasters in May and by Ronnie Milsap in It was written by Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson, and Josephine Armstead.. It was a #1 R&B hit for American recording artist Ray Charles. The single was released shortly after Charles was released from rehab after a year heroin addiction.. Charles heard a recording of.

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