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8 thoughts on “ All of You Should Know - Rob DeLion - Rolling Thunder (CD)

  1. All Of You Should Know by Rob DeLion published on TZ. Rolling Thunder by Rob DeLion published on TZ. Colorful by Rob DeLion published on TZ. Son by Rob DeLion published on TZ. Step-Rob DeLion (Vampire Weekend Cover) by Rob DeLion.
  2. Rob DeLion Rob DeLion has embraced the sounds of what initially dragged him into music, 70’s music, sunny west coast melodies and an organic but powerful sounds. in this four songs, Rob DeLion creates an idyllic paradise, lyrics that are close to our feelings, a warm and acoustic sound and earthy melodies, all that surrounded by the electrifying feeling of passion pouring from his amazing voice.
  3. Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder Pictures Triple Feature (The Mighty Peking Man / Detroit / Switchblade Sisters) out of 5 stars 12 DVD.
  4. Rob DeLion 歌詞 Son歌詞 Colorful歌詞 All of You Should Know歌詞 Don't Be Scared歌詞 Control歌詞 Masterplan歌詞 Friends歌詞 A Man and His Shoes歌詞 Rolling Thunder歌詞 Lie to Me歌詞.
  5. Rolling Thunder, an album by Rob DeLion on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, All of You Should Know. 9. Colorful. Lie to Me. Listen to Rolling Thunder now.
  6. The results are uniformly inspired and are the closest that the percussionist would come to recording a ‘traditional' pop/rock album until the release of Mickey Hart's Mystery Box () over two decades later. The disc begins with a traditional Native American invocation courtesy of Rolling Thunder himself.
  7. Rolling Thunder is the first solo album by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart.. Although Hart had temporarily left the Grateful Dead at the time he made Rolling Thunder, members of the Dead play on the album, along with a number of other well-known musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area music scene. Also featured are classical tabla players Zakir Hussain and his father Alla Rakha.
  8. Apr 04,  · Directed by Joel Gilbert. With Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, Bob Dylan, Joel Gilbert, Scarlet Rivera. Bob Dylan's creative genius reached a crescendo as he hit the road with a rag-tag band of folk troubadours in the Rolling Thunder Revue. Appearing unannounced in small venues, the Revue culminated in "The Night of the Hurricane" benefit at Madison Square Garden for wrongly-convicted /10(1).

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