Jack & John - Let It Rock album download
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Jack Johnson (also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson on reissues) is a studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was released on February 24, 1971, by Columbia Records. The album was conceived by Davis for Bill Cayton's documentary of the same name, on the life of boxer Jack Johnson. Its two 25-minute-plus tracks were produced from recordings made on February 18 and April 7, 1970, at 30th Street Studio in New York City
Let it Rock is the eighth studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1996. It was recorded after their split with long-time manager and co-writer Alan Niven. After the acoustic sound of 1994's Sail Away, the band was determined to return to their hard rock roots. My World" (Don Dokken, Matthew Johnson, Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie, Jack Russell) - 5:28. Lil Mama" (Kendall, Lardie, Russell, Dave Spitz) - 4:27. Where is the Love" (Lardie, Russell) - 4:22.
Let It Rock! is the Connection's first full-length LP, released in June 2013. While all rock and roll, the songs on Let It Rock! are otherwise diverse in nature, and one of them incorporates touches of country music. A single, "Crawling from the Wreckage (Of a Saturday Night)", was released before the album as a 7-inch single. Let It Rock! was album of the summer on El Sotano Radio in Madrid, Spain, in 2013
Let It Rock may refer to: Let It Rock (magazine), a British monthly music magazine published between 1972 and 1975. Let It Rock (1973 compilation), an album by Atlantic Records. Let It Rock (Great White album). Let It Rock (Ronnie Hawkins album). Let It Rock: The Jerry Garcia Collection, Vol. 2, a 2009 album by the Jerry Garcia Band. Let It Rock! (The Connection album). Let It Rock" (Chuck Berry song) covered by The Rolling Stones, Dave Edmunds, The Wildebeests, Skyhooks.
The Rock is the sixth solo studio album by the English musician John Entwistle of the Who. It was Entwistle's first album since Too Late the Hero in 1981, and his first solo album to be issued by Griffin Music. The album was recorded over a period of eighteen months between 1985 and 1986 at Hammerhead Studios in Gloucestershire. It was originally planned for release by WEA in 1986 but it was not officially released until ten years later.
John Lennon released 'Rock 'N' Roll' in February 1975. Rock 'N' Roll even has its roots in the record the Beatles made after they recorded most of Let It Be. Lennon borrowed and altered a line from Chuck Berry's "You Can't Catch Me" for his Abbey Road song "Come Together," the "Here come old flat-top " one – which got Berry's music publisher, Morris Levy, and his legal team scrambling for some sort of retribution.
Eric Clapton is the debut solo studio album by British rock musician Eric Clapton, released in August 1970 under Atco and Polydor Records. After being successful with bands including The Yardbirds, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Cream and Blind Faith, Clapton recorded an album under his own name in late 1969 and early 1970. The album cover shows Clapton sitting in a room which is going to be decorated and in which a ladder, a chair and some carpets are placed.
Artwork – John Sims (3). Engineer – Mick Glossop. Producer – Alvin Lee. Written-By – Alvin Lee. Notes. Recorded at Space Studios. Let It Rock (LP, Album). Alvin Lee.
The Beatles, ‘Let It Be’. Apple, 1970. The sound of the world's greatest pop group at war with itself. John Lennon is at his most acidic; George Harrison's "I Me Mine" is about the sin of pride, sung with plaintive exhaustion; Paul McCartney's title track is like a survival mantra. Laid-back Southern California folk rock took on new weight with Browne's fourth album. His first wife committed suicide while he was writing these songs, and they became hard-bitten. Say a prayer for the pretender," he sings, "who started out so young and strong, only to surrender. Jack and Meg White proved their minimalist garage rock had more depth and power than anyone expected. On tracks like the slow-burning "Seven Nation Army" and "The Hardest Button to Button," Jack's songwriting finally matches his blues-fanboy, art-school shtick.