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Down The Highway

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  1. Rockin’ Down the Highway: The Wildlife Concert is the second double live album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in (see in music).The concerts were performed to benefit the Wildlife Conservation Society, hence the album's title.. The album marked the first appearance on a Doobie Brothers album of guitarist John McFee and drummer Keith Knudsen since rejoining the.
  2. “Down the Highway” is a distillation of Dylan’s feeling about the blues. “The way I think about the blues,” he says, “comes from what I learned from Big Joe Williams. The blues is more than.
  3. Flyin' down the road with my foot on the floor All the way in town they can hear me comin' Ford's about to drop, she won't do no more. And I smell my motor burnin' Underneath the hood is smoke Can't stop, and I can't stop Got to keep movin' on or I'll lose my mind. Oh, rockin' down the highway Oh, rockin' down the highway Oh, rockin' down the.
  4. Down the Highway is a compilation album that was released by Lifesong Records. Down the Highway was released in and is 35 minutes and 35 seconds long. On this album is some of his best work. Jim Croce's folk style is clearly heard on this album. This is A1 material and if you are a Jim Croce fan, then this is a must for your collection. Side /5(4).
  5. "Honkin' Down the Highway" is a song written by Brian Wilson for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released on their album The Beach Boys Love You with a lead vocal by Al Jardine. A remake of this song is included on Jardine's album A Postcard from California, with Brian Wilson making a guest appearance.
  6. Down the Highway is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Jim Croce, released in on Lifesong Records as LS Genre: Folk rock.
  7. Candid, refreshing, and written with a sincere appreciation of Dylan’s music and influence, Down the Highway is an essential book for the millions of people who have enjoyed Dylan’s music over the years. Tags Genres & Styles/Rock Composers & Musicians Genres & Styles/Folk & Traditional.
  8. And we’ll leave this ol’ highway behind Well, the ocean took my baby My baby stole my heart from me Yes, the ocean took my baby My baby took my heart from me She packed it all up in a suitcase Lord, she took it away to Italy, Italy So, I’m a-walkin’ down your highway Just as far as my poor eyes can see Yes, I’m a-walkin’ down your.

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