Category: Classic Rock

Mystery Song - Status Quo - Rocking Through The Years (VHS)

02.10.2012 / / Classic Rock

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  1. Informationen zum Album Rocking All Over The Years von Status Quo. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the VHS release of Rocking Through The Years on Discogs. Label: Polygram Video - LED • Format: VHS Compilation, PAL • Genre: Rock • Status Quo - Rocking Through The Years (, VHS) | Discogs.
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  4. May 28,  · “The song’s rhythm was constant, right in your face; it was just such a turn-on. That’s where my head was at back then, you know, ‘Just let it fucking rock’.” DON’T THINK IT MATTERS (Quo, ) There are riffs. There are Status Quo riffs. And then there is Don’t Think It Matters – a real gargantuan of its type.
  5. Nov 17,  · The original sound of this video was replaced by the sound from the album track. In this form it was published on the VHS video Rockin' Through The Years in The song .
  6. Blue for You is the ninth studio album by English rock band Status cardenistingloustaseresfitojocu.coinfo was released in March , and is the last album until 's Just Supposin' that they produced themselves, which resulted in subsequent albums having a noticeably lighter, more pop oriented sound.
  7. ROCKING THROUGH THE YEARS: Paper plane, Caroline, Down down, Roll over lay down, Rain, Mystery song, Wild side of life, Rockin all over the world, Again and again, Whatever you want, Living on an island, Runaway, What you're proposing, Lies, Don't drive my car, Something 'bout you baby I like, Rock'n roll, Dear John, Ol' rag blues, A mess of blues, Marguerita time, Going down town tonight, The.
  8. Mystery Song" is a single released by the British rock band Status Quo in It was included on the album Blue for You. The song concerns a young man's encounter with a prostitute. The B-side was "Drifting Away", from the band's album Quo. The song was reprised, in , for the band's thirty-first studio album Aquostic (Stripped Bare).
  9. "Gentleman Joe's Sidewalk Café" - K. Young, (Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo) "Gerdundula" - Manston/James, "Green Tambourine" - Leka/Pinz, (Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo) "Ice in the Sun" - Wilde/Scott, (Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo).

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