Cajun country with Robert Bertrand & Joel Sonnier.
C'mon, C'mon is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, released on April 8, 2002 in the United Kingdom and April 16, 2002 in the United States.
C'mon and get down with that Artifacts sound Where kids get wreck and, the beat's bound to pound We're strolling through the industry, B See we gotta be, the next shit that kicks, 'cause brothers ain't got it In this rap shit, ain't no time for the dilly-dally Pally throw a match. in the Gasoline Alley Blew up mad spots, kids was jealous for the props See the shit never stops, hops, just looking for my dillz-knot Styles relate, never fake, broke breaks in every crate Old freestyles and dirty ass copied-over tapes Notify that; the Artifacts. talk is cheaper than beepers from Broad Street Punks pop junk, Tame and Da Sensai leave 'em all beat So peep how deep my technique freaks and how my shit sounds C'mon wit da c'mon, git down wit da git down. C'mon wit da c'mon, git down wit da git down C'mon wit da c'mon, git down wit da git down C'mon wit da c'mon, git down wit da git down C'mon wit da c'mon, git down wit da git down.
C'mon C'mon" was Von Bondies' first widely successful single. While its chart performance wasn't stellar, it's earned a measure of mainstream success by being licensed in other media. Among the places where "C'mon C'mon" has appeared: the FX TV series Rescue Me, and the video games Burnout 3: Takedown on PlayStation 2, Gretzky NHL on PlayStation Portable, the MVP Baseball series, a downloadable track on Rock Band 2, and in an MTV2 video mod for Tribes: Vengeance. Stollsteimer, a bartender, and Marcie Bolen, a hair dresser, attended a Guitar Wolf concert in Detroit and were inspired to start their own band. Originally that band was The Baby Killers, which went on to tour with The Detroit Cobras, The Go and The White Stripes. The band reformed around a couple of new members and they became Von Bondies.
C’Mon People is a single from Paul McCartney’s 1993 album, Off the Ground. BLAIR – C’mon People was an interesting track. I remember playing it on this Friday, loverly, sunny day. One of the machines broke early in the afternoon and we were just thinking, Yes! Long weekend! In our heads we were already driving down those lanes heading for home. Paul say, Trell you what, we’ll just bash through this one, tape it, come back on Monday and do it properly. One take, that’s all we did.
Lyrics to "C'mon C'mon" song by The Von Bondies: On another day c'mon c'mon With these ropes tied tight can we do no wrong Now we grieve 'cause no. .As I make my way c'mon c'mon Through these battered nights that seem too long Now we grieve 'cause now it's gone Things were good when we were young. With my teeth bite down I can see the blood Of a thousand men who have come and gone Now we grieve 'cause now it's gone Things were good when we were young. Is it safe to say? (c'mon c'mon) Was it right to leave? (c'mon c'mon) Will I never learn? (c'mon c'mon) (c'mon c'mon c'mon c'mon).
Every so often, this exquisite Minnesotan band get discovered. In 2000, there was a Gap ad; recently, Robert Plant covered them on his Band Of Joy album. Throughout it all, Low keep making taut, intense albums that occasionally vary their trademark sepulchral vibe with volume (2005's The Great Destroyer) or electronics (2007's Drums and Guns). This ninth one is a particular keeper.
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Written-By – Eddie Shuler
NotesGoldband Records C&W Vocal
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