At a time when our attention spans are the shortest they have ever been, and tunes blow up and die down within what seems like weeks, two years is a certified eternity in drum & bass. To the point you wonder if the artist is still even active and dabbling in the dark sonic arts. Then they come back with a track like this, you lose several layers of skin and have that yearning urge to go out and kick shit out of a dancefloor ASAP. Yes. Ed:It is back after two years album writing deep in the studio wilderness. It’s called Silhouettes and, like many albums this year, it’s coming our way over.
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The group can be seen singing the ballad "Do I Worry?" and the swing song "Shout Brother Shout". In 1943, Ink Spots baritone singer and guitarist Fuqua was drafted into the US Army. Watson went on to form a group similar in style to the Ink Spots called the Brown Dots (which later became the Four Tunes). Watson's place was filled by Billy "Butterball" Bowen who sang with the group from 1943 to 1952.
Four years later and it still feels like the desert, Los Angeles to be exact. It is the kind of heat where you sweat behind your knees and between your elbows, and I wish for handfuls of wind. Through plumes of smoke and DeMarco’s deep belly, husky laugh, we discuss his latest album Here Comes the Cowboy, how he writes his songs, feeling more in tune with himself, growing up, and more. When I ask him why he chose this symbol of a cowboy for the album, as he is not a cowboy, he explains, I feel like is almost an interpretation of what a cowboy is supposed to be, by someone who really has no idea what they are talking about, you know? After listening to this audio multiples of times, one question I deeply regret not asking is, Do you ever feel like the cowboy? Check out the Q&A below. So how are you doing, how has your day been?
Find out at which radio station you can hear SWANKY TUNES & LP - DAY BY DA. Lyrics: I believe I can get your diamonds I know if I'll get you right You'll leave it all to me and overnight I'll arrive in a burst of light Hold on, you can hold me tight Don't worry, I'll get you out alive. All night, all night We'll stay invisible We're never gonna die If it takes all night, all night We can get to the best Of the best but it takes a fight
Features Song Lyrics for The Four Tunes's Greatest R&B Hits of 1954, Vol. 9 album. The Four Tunes - Greatest R&B Hits of 1954, Vol. 9 Album Lyrics. The Four Tunes Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
The Four Tunes (also referred to as The 4 Tunes) were a leading black pop vocal quartet during the 1950s. I understand And darling, you are not to blame If when we kiss it's not the same I understand It's not your fault because your heart has changed it's mind You didn't mean to be unkind I understand Forgetting you will be far from easy I've grown so used to your charms I'll miss that old thrill. and no one can fill The place here in my arms But if you find our love was really meant to be Then darling, hurry back to me And I'll understand. I understand And darling, you are not to blame If when we kiss it's not the same I understand.
If you say "I worry," it means that you worry in a rather general way - perhaps something has concerned you for a long period of time. To say "I am worried" implies that you are worrying NOW about something specific. Source(s): Dances with Unicorns · 1 decade ago. 1. Thumbs up. 0. Thumbs down.
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|20-3881||The Four Tunes||Do I Worry? / Say When (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-3881||US||1949|
|47-3881||The Four Tunes||Do I Worry? / Say When (7", Single)||RCA Victor||47-3881||US||Unknown|
|20-3881||The Four Tunes||Do I Worry? / Say When (Shellac, 10", Promo)||RCA Victor||20-3881||US||Unknown|