Last Train To Africa (Version). Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Leroy Brown (8). Last Train (7").
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Africa/Brass is the eighth studio album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1961 on Impulse! Records, catalogue A-6. The sixth release for the fledgling label and Coltrane's first for Impulse!, it features Coltrane's working quartet augmented by a larger ensemble to bring the total number of participating musicians to 21. Its big band sound, with the unusual instrumentation of French horns and euphonium, presented music very different from anything that had been associated with Coltrane to date.
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This hook-filled, vibrant effort is that rare heartbreak album that can speak on a lovelorn level and then put a little strut back in your step. In other words, Last Train to Paris doesn’t just get the dirt off your shoulder; it fully presses your suit, sending you swaggering back into the wicked world of relationships in true style. Someone to Love Me. Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis, Leroy Watson. Diddy, Diddy - Dirty Money.
Listen to music from Leroy Brown like Prayer of peace, Money barrier dub & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Leroy Brown. 1. Leroy Brown is a reggae musician who released the album Color Barrier in 1976. Member of the Soulmates, Hippy Boys, Emotions. 2. From DJ to production and engineering work, LeRoy Brown is on a mission to bring sound to the people. Whether it's rocking a party or making a record, flavor and quality are always at the top of the list. Latest Release: theLRBeatsuite (2009).
Queen - Bring Back That Leroy Brown (Official Lyric Video). Taken from Sheer Heart Attack, 1974. Sing along to 'Bring Back That Leroy Brown' with this official karaoke style Queen lyric video. Welcome to the official Queen channel. See the best of Freddie Mercury, Brian May & Roger Taylor right here on YouTube.
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" is a song written by American folk rock singer Jim Croce. Released as part of his 1973 album Life and Times, the song was a Number One pop hit for him, spending two weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in July 1973. Billboard ranked it as the No. 2 song for 1973. Croce was nominated for two 1973 Grammy awards in the Pop Male Vocalist and Record of the Year categories for "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown". It was his last number-one single before his death on September 20 of that year.
Leroy Brown" is the first of Mercury's Tin Pan Alley influented songs, and as such it is one of the songs that marks the beginning of the second major period in the band's carreer Black Queen"). Mercury mentioned the Pointer Sisters as an influencial source for this song. Title-wise it must have been inspierd by "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" (US No1 in 1972). The first one also serves as the intro. The chorus consists of a doubled up phrase repeating the title phrase except the last one. The phrasing is 4+4, AA'. The lead vocal is harmonized except the last subphrase of the first phrase. The rhythm of m1-2 make use of the 3+5 type syncopation. Banjo and drums hold a short pause from the downbeat of m3 on.
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