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8 thoughts on “ Love Is Gone - Clover (3) - Fourty Niner (Vinyl, LP)

  • Malat
    20.10.2019 at 19:48
    Never before seeing reissue, these two records -- 's Clover and 's Fourty Niner-- finally see the light of day on this Real Gone two-fer. Both of the albums are very much of their time: lazy, loping, paisley-speckled strolls through roots rock, powered by rhythms that are elastic, not forceful. Reply
  • Marisar
    24.10.2019 at 11:32
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fourty Niner on Discogs/5(14). Reply
  • Faegul
    23.10.2019 at 21:31
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    16.10.2019 at 08:20
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  • Brall
    21.10.2019 at 20:52
    Clover/Fourty Niner This is also the group that backed up Elvis Costello on the "My Aim Is True" lP. This material has been out of print since the 70's and will soon be again. Guitarist John McFree shows off his steel playing on "Howie's Song," and drummer Mitch Howie adds funky beats to "Love is Gone." In the end, Clover was a good. Reply
  • Voodoogore
    18.10.2019 at 02:52
    Aug 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Love Is Here And Now You're Gone · The Supremes The Ultimate Collection: Diana Ross & The Supremes ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Reply
  • Daik
    16.10.2019 at 04:58
    Fourty Niner, an Album by Clover. Released in on Fantasy (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country Rock, Southern Rock. Featured peformers: Alex Call (lead vocals, guitar, piano), John McFee (lead guitar, aka_text {pedal steel} role_id aka_text, piano, organ, vocals), John Ciambotti (bass, guitar, aka_text guiro role_id aka_text, vocals), Mitch Howie (drums), Ed Bogas. Reply
  • Nashura
    22.10.2019 at 15:08
    Guitarist John McFree shows off his steel playing on “Howie’s Song,” and drummer Mitch Howie adds funky beats to “Love is Gone.” In the end, Clover was a good band, though not particularly distinct, and their albums provide a reminder of how deep the bench was in the San Francisco scene. [© hyperbolium dot com]. Reply

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