Feb 18, 2013

Re-upload by request: Dr. Hook And The Medicine Show - Doctor Hook (1971)


EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 181 mb+3% recovery

 
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show was a pop-country rock band formed around Union City, New Jersey in 1969. Although they're best known for their hit single "The Cover of the Rolling Stone," their other top ten hits include "Sylvia's Mother," "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman," and "Sexy Eyes." In addition to their own originals, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by poet Shel Silverstein, of children's book fame...
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Tracklist:
1. Sylvia's Mother
2. Marie Lavaux
3. Sing Me A Rainbow
4. Hey, Lady Godiva
5. Four Years Older Than Me
6. Kiss It Away
7. Makin' It Natural
8. I Call That True Love
9. When She Cries
10. Judy
11. Mama, I'll Sing One Song For You



Line-up:
Ray Sawyer - guitar, vocals
George Cummings - guitar
Billy Francis - keyboards
Dennis Locorriere - bass, vocals
Jay David - drums, vocals

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Also:
Dr. Hook - Sloppy Seconds (1972) 

7 коммент.:

Anonymous said...

Any chance of getting this in FLAC? I cannot play or convert APE files. Please and thank you!

CrunchyFrog said...

Thanks very much for the Dr. Hook reposts!

hanalex said...

Added link to the CD image in flac.
But easier to use the free Monkey's Audio converter:
http://www.monkeysaudio.com/

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the FLAC!

Anonymous said...

Damn! Too late ... Again
Can You reupload this one more time?
Pleeease!:)

hanalex said...

New link:
http://boyzmakenoyze.blogspot.ru/2014/02/by-request-re-upload-by-request-dr-hook.html

Iceman said...

I'm trying to find more time to search your music and I'm having lots of fun. While visiting an old friend in Hot Springs, Arkansas who lives in a nice hand-made log cabin and has lots of old vinyl, we listened to these old Dr. Hook albums. Sure enough, I get home, check your site and find these killer upgrades from Alex the man! I almost missed this Sloppy Seconds, but one of your scans was a 3fer cd cover, so I assumed you had to have it, but no separate listing, I guess. Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball! What a gas. Thanks, my friend. Cheers.