Medicine Head - On The Land / Kum On FLAC album
Medicine head 1972 b-side of single produced by keith relf.
Pistas A1 Back To The Wall 00:00 A2 In Your Eyes 3:16 A3 Sittin' In The Sun 7:00 A4 On This Road 10:07 B1 You And Me 17:24 B2 Kum On 22:45 B3 Only To Do. .One and One Is One - The Very Best of Medicine Head.
Awesome british 70s' rock band, with folk and blues influences, lead by John Fiddler and Peter Hope-Evans. Released in 1971 bt Dandelion Records.
One and One Is One: The Very Best of Medicine Head - Студийный альбом от Medicine Head. В альбом вошло 17 треков.
On sleeve titel "On The Land" is more prominent, on label "Kum On" is marked with "1", "On The Land" with "2". Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Medicine Head (2). Kum On (7").
Medicine Head was a British blues rock band – initially a duo – active in the 1970s. Their biggest single success was in 1973, with "One and One Is One, a Number 3-hit on the UK Singles Chart. The group recorded six original albums; the opening trio of which were on John Peel's Dandelion label. For most of its career, the group was a duo comprising: John Fiddler (born 25 September 1947, the Moxley area of Darlaston, Staffordshire, England) – (vocalist, guitarist, pianist and drummer).
Medicine Head Kum On. Artist: Medicine Head Duration: 03:37 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Medicine Head. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Medicine Head Oh My Heart To Peace.
Formed in Stafford, England in 1968, the British blues duo Medicine Head were comprised of umentalist John Fiddler and Peter Hope-Evans, who played the harmonica and jew's harp. Upo. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Once There Was A Day. 6:19. You Got Me Rockin' And Rollin'.
|On The Land||3:22|
|2001 276||Medicine Head||On The Land / Kum On (7", Single)||Polydor, Dandelion Records||2001 276||Germany||1972|
|2001 276||Medicine Head||Kum On / On The Land (7", Single)||Polydor||2001 276||France||1972|
|2001-276||Medicine Head||Kum On (7")||Dandelion Records||2001-276||UK||1972|