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Spencer Davis Group, The - Gimme Some Lovin' album flac Performer: Spencer Davis Group, The
Title: Gimme Some Lovin'
Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
Released: 1967
MP3 album: 1110 mb
FLAC album: 1501 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Rock

As recalled by bassist Muff Winwood, the song was conceived, arranged, and rehearsed in just half an hour

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Artist: The Spencer Davis Group. Album: The Greatest Hits (Rerecorded Versions), 2005. ZZ Top Gimme All Your Lovin'.

Gimme Some Lovin’ - Студийный альбом от The Spencer Davis Group. В альбом вошло 30 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:22:15. Steve Winwood - Gimme Some Lovin' (Letterman Show - 22 july 2010). Gimme Some Lovin' The Spencer Davis Group Lyrics ☾☀. Gimme Some Lovin' - The Spencer Davis Group Sing: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. AC/DC - Brian Johnson - "Gimme Some Lovin'" (Spencer Davis Group) - 2006. Spencer Davis Group - Gimme Some Lovin. 2. 3. 4. Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out. 03:49. 5.

The featured part of the Gimme Some Lovin': Live 1966 DVD (although it's actually not the lengthiest portion) is the half-hour or so of footage of the Spencer Davis Group from a Finnish television show, shortly before Stevie Winwood left the band. Note that although the date given for this program is 1966, it seems far more likely that it's early 1967; during the interview segment, the group refers to "Here Comes My Baby" by the Tremeloes, which didn't enter the British charts until February 1967, as a then-current hit single. The other part of the DVD is by no means trivial, presenting a circa hour-long German film documentary on the Spencer Davis Group from 1967. The catch is, however, that it was made after Winwood (and his brother, bassist Muff Winwood) had left the band.

Gimme Some Lovin'" is a song written by Steve Winwood, Spencer Davis and Muff Winwood - with the original performance by the Spencer Davis Group. The basic riff of the song was borrowed from the Homer Banks song "(Ain't That) A Lot of Love", written by Banks and Willie Dean "Deanie" Parker. The song was originally a hit in 1967 (UK . I'm a Man.