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9 thoughts on “ Cover Of The Rolling Stone - Dr. Hook - Revisited - The Best Of Dr. Hook (And The Medicine Show)

  1. Oct 03,  · Best Of Dr Hook The Essential Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show Dr. Hook. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ piano, bass, and brass get lots of bite on "Queen of the Silver Dollar," the mocking lead guitar on "Cover of the Rolling Stone" is crisp and bright, while the steel guitar is up close and personal on "Sylvia's Mother" like it /5(44).
  2. " The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' " is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in , it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, Genre: Skiffle, pop rock, soft rock, comedy.
  3. In , Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show’s demo tapes wound up in the hands of author and songwriter Shel Silverstein, who recruited the band to become a vessel for his music: The group would turn.
  4. Jan 12,  · Dr. Hook made a series of very enjoyable albums in the early 70s, mostly featuring the wild, wacky songs of Shel Silverstein. ("Cover Of The Rolling Stone", "Roland The Roadie And Gertrude The Groupie", etc.) Then, they changed/5(15).
  5. Front cover reads 'Dr. Hook - The Best of Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show'. Labels read 'Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Revisited'. "This album consists of previously released material". Shel Silverstein is incorrectly credited as writer of all tracks on the back cover. The Side 1 label correctly credits Comanor for A4. Track A3 is listed as 'Freakers Ball' on the back cover and 'Freakin' At The /5(33).
  6. The Essential Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show is a compilation album by American rock band Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, released in as a single disc, track career-spanning chartgenie.netinfo is part of Sony BMG's Essential series of compilation albums, and includes tracks from Dr Hook's five studio albums Dr. Hook, Sloppy Seconds, Bankrupt, A Little Bit More and Belly Up!Genre: Rock, pop.
  7. Feb 14,  · Check out The Cover of "Rolling Stone" by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on chartgenie.netinfo(35).
  8. Revisited serves as a best-of collection for the pre-disco version of Dr. Hook. The set includes their two (so far) radio hits, "Sylvia's Mother" and "Cover of the Rolling Stone," accompanied by several of their comedic tunes like "Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball."8/
  9. Mark from Byrdstown, Tn Actually chartgenie.netinfo did make the cover of "The Rolling Stone" after this song hit. "I got my poor old gray haired daddy driving my limosine" is such a great line! Christi from Gonzales, La Buck Owens did a version of this called "On the Cover of the Music City News" which was the country music parody of this song.

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