|Title:||Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water|
|Category:||Pop / Folk, Country|
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Stone Poneys (also The Stone Poneys and The Stone Poneys With Linda Ronstadt) were a folk rock trio formed in Los Angeles, consisting of Linda Ronstadt on vocals, Bobby Kimmel on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Kenny Edwards on lead guitar. Their recordings include Ronstadt's first hit song, a cover of Mike Nesmith's "Different Drum". The first album, simply called The Stone Poneys was more folk than rock and featured relatively few lead vocals by Ronstadt; it received little notice. The band again broke up briefly between the first two albums; but, as related by Kenny Edwards, Nick Venet told the band: "'We can make another record, we can make this happen. Some of Shelly's Blues" b/w "Hobo (Morning Glory)" (rel.
Karen Beth - Up To My Neck In High Muddy Waters The Stone Poneys - Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water (1968) Stone Poneys, Linda Ronstadt - (Up To My Neck In) High Muddy Water (Album Version; 80. up to my neck in high muddy water. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Karen Beth Up To My Neck In High Muddy Waters. The Stone Poneys Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water (1968).
With The Stone Poneys, Yes and now I'll swim ashore for . Now the sun has risen late But I'm safe at last my friend Deep water was my pain But now I've reached the end. Yes now I'll swim ashore and I know I'll make it Although I'm up to my neck in high muddy water. More Linda Ronstadt lyrics.
The Stone Poneys feat Linda Ronstadt Different Drum (Seven Psychopats OST). The Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt Different Drum. The Stone Poneys & Linda Ronstadt Different Drum. The Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt Wild About My Lovin'.
Now the water's deep and wide. Can't hold out long this way. If I could spend a time. Perhaps I'd find a way. So now I'll swim ashore for I must make it. Although I'm up to my neck in high muddy water. Now I see the distance stir and I hear reckless sound. And something seems to say well I'm bound for higher ground. Now the sun has risen late. But I'm safe at last my friend. Deep water was my pain
The Stone Poneys were a folk trio of Ronstadt, Kenny Edwards and Bobby Kimmel. They released their first album earlier in 1967, and it went nowhere. This song was included on their second album, Evergreen Volume 2, later that year and appeared to be headed toward a similar fate. In dire financial straits, the band was driving to a meeting with their record company when their car broke down on La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles. After one more charting single ("Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water" - the band broke up. Ronstadt went solo and charted a few minor hits from 1970-1974, but landed a in 1975 with "You're No Good," launching her to stardom.
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|2110||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys - Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water (7")||Capitol Records||2110||US||1968|
|P 2110||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys - Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water (7", Promo)||Capitol Records||P 2110||US||1968|
|2110||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys||Linda Ronstadt And The Stone Poneys - Up To My Neck In High Muddy Water (7", Single)||Capitol Records||2110||US||1968|