Album Song

Some articles on album, album song, song, albums:

Marty Robbins Discography - Singles - 1952-1960
... Year Single Peak chart positions Album US Country US UK 1952 "I'll Go on Alone" 1 — — Non-album song 1953 "I Couldn't Keep from Crying" 5 — — 1954 "Pret ...
Aleister Crowley - Legacy and Influence - Popular Culture
... included him as one of the many figures on the cover sleeve of their 1967 album Sgt ... also appears in the band's movie The Song Remains the Same ... On the back cover of the Doors 13 album, Jim Morrison and the other members of the Doors are shown posing with a bust of Aleister Crowley ...
Marty Robbins Discography - Singles - 1961-1970
... Year Single Peak chart positions Album US Country US US AC CAN Country CAN CAN AC UK 1961 "Don't Worry" 3 ... — — — — — More Greatest Hits "I Told the Brook" — 81 ... Drifter 1967 "No Tears Milady" 16 — — — — — — Non-album song "Tonight Carmen" 114 ... — — — — — Tonight Carmen "(The Girl With ...
MC Hammer Discography - Singles
... Year Single Peak chart positions Album US US R B US Rap US Dan CAN UK AUS NZ NOR SWE NL AUT SWI 1988 "Let's Get It Started ... were "The Blood" from the BeBe CeCe Winans album Different Lifestyles (1991) which peaked at #8 on the Christian charts in 1992 "Unconditional Love" from Family Affair (1998) without video "I Got ... Some singles have also appeared on other compilation albums, such as "Pump It Up (Here's the News)" and "U Can't Touch This" ...

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    Christianity only hopes. It has hung its harp on the willows, and cannot sing a song in a strange land. It has dreamed a sad dream, and does not yet welcome the morning with joy. The mother tells her falsehoods to her child, but, thank heaven, the child does not grow up in its parent’s shadow. Our mother’s faith has not grown with her experience. Her experience has been too much for her. The lesson of life was too hard for her to learn.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    What a long strange trip it’s been.
    Robert Hunter, U.S. rock lyricist. “Truckin’,” on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty (1971)