Lee Dorsey - When Can I Come Home / Gator Tail album flac
Title: When Can I Come Home / Gator Tail
Style: Funk, Soul
MP3 album: 1264 mb
FLAC album: 1515 mb
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Genre: Funk and Soul
In 1976 Dorsey appeared on the album I Don't Want to Go Home by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, which led to more recordings on his own with ABC Records, including the album Night People . When Can I Come Home" b/w "Gator Tail" (from Yes We Can). On Your Way Down" b/w "Freedom For The Stallion". Night People" b/w "Can I Be The One".
Label: Polydor – PD-14147 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM Country: US Date of released: 1972 Category: Funk, Soul Style: Funk, Soul.
Gator Tail lyrics by Lee Dorsey from the album Yes We Can. And Then Some with song meanings and video. Adding lyrics does not take long and you help the community. Track 17 on Yes We Can. 1 When Can I Come Home. Popular Lee Dorsey Songs.
Irving Lee Dorsey (December 24, 1924 – December 2, 1986) was an African American pop and R&B singer during the 1960s. In 1976 Dorsey appeared on the album I Don’t Want to Go Home by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, which led to more recordings on his own with ABC Records. In 1980, he opened for English punk band The Clash on their US concert tour. Dorsey contracted emphysema and died on December 2, 1986, in New Orleans, at the age of 61.
Working in the Coal Mine Lyrics. Cos I'm on call in the mornin' Oh I go by the coal But when Saturday goes around I'm too tired for havin' fun (Too tired for having fun). I been workin'in a coal mine Goin' down down down Workin' in a coal mine Whop! about to slip down Workin' in a coal mine Goin' down down down Workin' in a coal mine Whop! about to slip down. Lord I am so tired How long can this go on?
Joan Morgan's book debut, When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost, is a passionate, funny-and occasionally self-indulgent-look at the contradictions inherent in being both a strong woman and an African American sister attempting to process the machismo of the hip-hop world through the perceptions of her own strongly feminine soul. I guess this book was a wake up call for me to write my own view on things. I come from a middle class home, unlike most African-American feminists that come from very poor backgrounds. Being caught at the tail end of the Baby Boom, I'd say that this book is really written from the viewpoint of young women a few years younger than I am.
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|PD-14147||Lee Dorsey||When Can I Come Home / Gator Tail (7")||Polydor||PD-14147||US||1972|
|PD-14147, 2066 259||Lee Dorsey||When Can I Come Home (7", Mono, Promo)||Polydor, Polydor||PD-14147, 2066 259||US||1972|
|2066 259||Lee Dorsey||When Can I Come Home / Gaitor Tail (7")||Polydor||2066 259||France||Unknown|