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9 Replies to “ Why Dont We Do It In The Road? - Various - The White Album Recovered No. 0000001 (CD) ”

  1. Mojo records includes a comp. CD with its magazine shipments to subscribers and the one's I've heard are a mixed bag. I've found a number of gems by classic soul artists of the s to modern greats. What Mojo often offers is lesser known artists covering well known songs or bands. That is the case here as Mojo Presents the White Album Recovered/5(2).
  2. Artist: Various Artists Title: Mojo Presents The White Album Recovered No. & No. Year Of Release: Label: Mojo Magazine Genre: Rock, Classic Rock Quality: kbps / FLAC (tracks+cue, log, scans) Total Time: Total Size: mb / mb WebSite: Album Preview.
  3. THE BEATLES White Album 2-LP Gatefold vinyl set SWBO Stereo I Don't believe you'll find a cheaper, lower serial number with ALL 7 errors! Original U.S. first pressing of The Beatles 'White Album' with low number This is the rare and highly sought after early pressing containing all 7 printing errors on the labels.
  4. Sep 25,  · Thus “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road,” one of the White Album’s raunchiest and shortest tracks, was born, along with some subsequent controversy. During the late stages of the Beatles White Album sessions, McCartney improvised the rocker, and elected to .
  5. Why Don’t We Do It In The Road. Cover Rex Luciferius. Beatles White Album. MP3 Download Instant.
  6. Oct 01,  · There’s probably a pretty good reason why the NYT review was largely forgotten and The White Album is considered to be The Beatles’ “White Album”. Andrew Post October 1, · pm Mr. Cohn was, and still is, totally wrong about the White Album.
  7. The White Album Recovered: No. , a Various Artists Compilation. Released 8 August on MOJO (catalog no. MOJWHITEALBUM1SEP08; CD). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Dave Henderson (compiler), Gillian Short (compiler).
  8. Aug 01,  · CD included free with MOJO Magazine No , dated September There is no catalogue number. This is the first of a two disc set, containing covers of the first seventeen songs (Sides 1 and 2) of The Beatles album.
  9. "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" is short and simple; of twelve-bar blues that begins with three different percussion elements (a hand banging on the back of an acoustic guitar, handclaps, and drums) and features McCartney's increasingly raucous vocal repeating a simple lyric with only two different lines.

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