Stone The Crow - Fitting The Pieces album
Title: Fitting The Pieces
Style: Alternative Rock
Date of release: 2007
Size MP3: 1152 mb
Size FLAC: 1373 mb
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This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/99 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Fitting the Peaces. BPM Profile Fitting the Peaces. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Stone the Crow. Reduce to the Max. 2002.
Stone the Crow - Fitting the Pieces-2007-FKK. 09-stone the crow - them straight-fkk. 10-stone the crow - coming home-fkk. 11-stone the crow - crush-fkk. 12-stone the crow - drive-fkk.
Stone the Crows was a blues-rock band formed in Glasgow in late 1969. The band were formed after Maggie Bell was introduced to Les Harvey by his elder brother Alex Harvey. After playing together in the Kinning Park Ramblers, their next band Power was renamed Stone the Crows (after a British/Australian English exclamation of surprise or shock) by Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant. The band was co-managed by Grant and Mark London.
Artist Album Song Title. Fitting the Peaces Album Cover Art. Stone the Crow.
Booking inquiries: booking. We are so very sorry to all our customers, we have enjoyed so much meeting all of you! Sincerely, tsc. The Stone Crow. The Stone Crow added 6 new photos to the album 2011 Flyers - with Phasers on Kill and 2 others. 16 July 2011 ·. 2011 Flyers.
Stone the Crow Lyrics. A bout of deep depression Can't seem to move it forward My lying eyes lie awake Not sure what I am after. I never died before Can't be what happened yesterday I shouldn't stone the crow, no Ride on! Same old city (same old city) Same old shame No matter how I try, no matter what I say I'm blamed, I'm shamed, I'm judged unfairly.
Reach for the Sky. 4:04. The Truth, the Grave & the Owl. 8:15.
Any self-referential notes in Picking Up the Pieces are fully intentional: After giving birth to her son, divorcing her husband and dabbling in both children’s music and country, Jewel wanted to return to the signature stripped-down folk-pop that gave her one of the best-selling debuts of all time. It’s really a time capsule, Jewel told Rolling Stone in a 1997 cover story about Pieces of You. When I recorded it, I thought, ‘No one’s gonna hear it. I’m just going to be honest and put it down on tape.
Notes(C)2007 Stone The Crow.
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