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The Rhythmaires - Hang Em High flac album

MP3 1999 mb. | FLAC 1882 mb. | WMA 1108 mb.

Performer: The Rhythmaires
Title: Hang Em High
Style: Calypso
Category: Reggae / Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.9 ✦

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Hang 'Em High" is the western version of the story. This guy is a "Shotgun Sinner" who has a great shot. He falls in love with a lady who one day dies of a misfire. Brian from Alluhrst, Nji love how ruff this song sounds compared to the others on the album. Ed from Rugby, EnglandAlong with going with the concept I think its also about the acts of love; self-sacrifice, devotion and protection. Marte from Ålesund, NorwayAgreed with Frankie. Song is amazing tho. Frankie from New York, NyAlthough the band has constantly stated the story line, or rather the "concept", of this album it's hard for me to believe that they wrote the entire album based on a story line. I think that most of these.

Hang 'Em High" is a musical theme composed by Dominic Frontiere for the soundtrack of the 1968 film of the same name. Though it was first covered by Hugo Montenegro, whose orchestra recorded a full album of music from the film, the tune became a hit in an R&B instrumental version by Booker T. & the .

Hang 'Em High is a 1968 American DeLuxe Color revisionist Western film directed by Ted Post and written by Leonard Freeman and Mel Goldberg. Hang 'Em High was the first production of The Malpaso Company, Eastwood's production company.

Completely Re-tabbed! - My Chemical Romance - Hang 'em High From the album "Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge". I had trouble trying to figure out the verses and intro on the other tab for this song, so i decided to write one myself. com : - bend (to fret) - Guitar one - Guitar two

Title: Hang 'Em High (1968).

Hang ‘Em High was Havok’s first single since 2013’s Unnatural Selection, breaking their hiatus while teasing their follow-up record Conformicide. The track shook the entire metal scene, triggering intensive political discussion from within their fanbase. The song’s lyrical content explores United States politics, and the failure of a two-party, ‘lesser-of-two-evils’ democratic structure. Havok implies that both potentates are equally entrenched in corruption and deceit