Buckley - Let's Have A Little Bit More FLAC album
From Don Kirchner Rock Concert 1976 Album: "A Little Bit More" Utgitt: 1976 Låtskriver: Bobby Gosh.
A Little Bit More (1996 Digital Remaster).
With a little bit of luck you'll never work! Alfred: The Lord above made liquor for temptation, To see if man could turn away from si. With a little bit of bloomin' luck! He doesn't have a tuppence in his pocket. The poorest bloke you'll ever hope to meet.
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Come a little bit closer Hear what I have to say Just like children sleepin' We could dream this night away. But there's a full moon risin' Let's go dancin' in the light We know where the music's playin' Let's go out and feel the night. Because I'm still in love with you I want to see you dance again Because I'm still in love with you On this harvest moon.
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There is still a bit of funk for the freaks - "Up on the Mountain," "Jungle to the Zoo," "Bad Eye Bill" - but these are basically sweet, slick, saccharine tunes that Dr. Hook pull off remarkably well. They believe their BS, that's why it works: they're happy to sell you a line as long as it satisfies you for the night.
With a Little Bit of Luck" is a popular song by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, written for the 1956 Broadway play My Fair Lady. It was sung by Stanley Holloway as Alfred P. Doolittle in both the original stage and film versions. It is sung by Eliza's bin man father, Alfred P. Doolittle and is about a list of everyday situations which one finds themselves in, and a desire to take the easy way out as "With a Little Bit of Luck" one's fate might change, thus avoiding any responsibility.
Produced by Ron Haffkine. Album A Little Bit More. A Little Bit More Lyrics. When your body's had enough of me And I'm layin' flat out on the floor When you think I've loved you all I can I'm gonna love you a little bit more.
In 1997, Buckley moved to Memphis, Tennessee, to resume work on the album, to be titled My Sweetheart the Drunk, recording many four-track demos while also playing weekly solo shows at a local venue. Sales of Grace were slow, and it garnered little radio airplay despite critical acclaim. The Sydney Morning Herald proclaimed it "a romantic masterpiece" and a "pivotal, defining work. Despite slow initial sales the album went gold in France and Australia over the next two years, achieving gold status in the . in 2002, and selling over. Jeff Buckley's death was not mysterious, related to drugs, alcohol, or suicide
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|A||Let's Have A Little Bit More
Arranged By – Alan Jones
Songwriter – Alan Jones
- Producer – Alan Blakley, Len Hawkes
|S EPC 1449||Buckley||Let's Have A Little Bit More (7", Sol)||Epic||S EPC 1449||UK||1973|
|S EPC 1449||Buckley||Let's Have A Little Bit More (7", Promo)||Epic||S EPC 1449||UK||1973|