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Unknown Artist - Eight Days A Week - Midnight Special album Performer: Unknown Artist
Title: Eight Days A Week - Midnight Special
Style: Rock & Roll
Size MP3: 1941 mb
Size FLAC: 1366 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: ASF AU DXD MP4 WAV TTA MOD

Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the American South. The song refers to the passenger train Midnight Special and its "ever-loving light" (sometimes "ever-living light"). The song is historically performed in the country-blues style from the viewpoint of the prisoner and has been covered by many artists.

Опубликовано: 12 апр. 2008 г. Eight Days a Week Takes 1, 2, 4 and 5 together, enjoy! Категория. Eight Days A Week (Complete).

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Watch the video for Midnight Special from Leadbelly's My Last Go Round for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the south of the USA. The first printed reference to the song was in a 1923 issue of Adventure magazine. In 1927, Carl Sandburg published two different versions of "Midnight Special" in his The American Songbag, the first published versions. The song has been covered by many artists.

About 'The Midnight Special'. Artist: Traditional Melody. The Artist: Traditional Music of unknown author. Info: "Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the American South. The title comes from the refrain which refers to the passenger train Midnight Special and its "ever-loving light" (sometimes "ever-living light").

Midnight Special (Harry Belafonte album). The Midnight Special is a 1962 album by Jamaican-American singer, Harry Belafonte. The album notably contains the very first official recording of Bob Dylan, who plays harmonica on the title track. Midnight Special" – 3:55. Crawdad Song" – 3:32. Memphis Tennessee" – 4:53. Gotta Travel On" – 4:20. Did You Hear About Jerry?" – 2:52. On Top of Old Smokey" – 5:54.

Eight Days A Week was written as a potential title song for The Beatles' second film. John Lennon later voiced his dissatisfaction with Eight Days A Week, framing it negatively along with the film. Help! as a film was like Eight Days A Week as a record for us. A lot of people liked the film, and a lot of people liked that record. But neither was what we wanted – we knew they weren't really us.

Matrix, Runout (Label A): 7XCEN 10093. Matrix, Runout (Label B): 7XCEN 10094. Matrix, Runout (Runoff A etched): 7XCEN 10093. Matrix, Runout (Runoff B etched): 7XCEN 10094. Other Versions (5 of 16) View All. Cat.

Tracklist

A1 Eight Days A Week
A2 Sha La La La La
A3 You Were Gone
A4 Midnight Special
A5 For Me
B1 Goodnight
B2 She's Come Of Age
B3 You Make The Decisions
B4 Ferry Cross The Mersey
B5 Hearts Are Funny Things