Jean Shepard - Mercy Ain't Love Good album flac
|Come On Home||2:48|
|A Satisfied Woman||2:05|
|I Can't Imagine||2:59|
|Ain't Love Good||2:02|
|Sing Me An Old Fashioned Song||2:30|
|We're All The Way||3:01|
|Wife Of A Hard Working Man||2:44|
|UA-LA 609-G||Jean Shepard||Mercy Ain't Love Good (LP)||United Artists Records||UA-LA 609-G||US||1976|
|UAS 29974||Jean Shepard||Mercy Ain't Love Good (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAS 29974||UK||1976|
|L 35946||Jean Shepard||Mercy Ain't Love Good (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||L 35946||Australia||1976|
This Don Williams-penned tune is probably best known by Don's recorded version, as well as Eric Clapton's, but Jean done her own spin on her 1976 "Mercy, Ain't Love Good" album. Not bad, so take a listen!
From the 1976 album Mercy, Ain't Love Good.
Jean Shepard's Greatest Hits from Jean Shepard (1976) (LP). I'll Do Anything It Takes (To Stay With You). 4. The Tip Of My Fingers.
Ain't That Good News is the thirteenth and final studio album by American R&B and soul singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released mid-February 1964, on RCA Victor Records, in both mono and stereo, LPM 2899 and LSP 2899. Recording sessions for the album took place at RCA Victor's Music Center of the World Studio in February and December 1963 and January 1964. The cover photo was taken by American photographer Wallace Seawell.
Jean Shepard covers paired with Wyoming landscapes. ? "A tear dropped by this morning I found it in my eye Funny it should be there I hadn't planned to cry But I guess I should know by now no matter how I try Everytime I think of you a tear drops by A tear drops by just to ask how things have - a tear dropped by ??
Wife Of A Hard Working Man Check out Jean Shepard: Mercy AIN'T Love Good, 1976 Mercy Produced By by ??opanga. He brought it over to our house and shed a little tear when he left it here. We'll treasure it always.
The switch is a deliberate callback to the song Mercy for . Music's compilation album, Cruel Summer. The hook in that song frequently refers to Lamborghini Mercy. Its reversal here in this song's hook, pointedly revoking that mercy, is fitting for a song and a film about anti-heroes.
First, there's concert footage of the recent Brian Wilson, himself, singing "Love & Mercy", and then at the very end there is audio of a brief recreated studio recording of Good Vibrations, with '60s Brian leading the dialogue. Straight Outta Compton and Love & Mercy are two very different films in terms of structure and story for that matter, but both are equally as gripping and satisfying. The film's structure goes back and forth between these two eras with Paul Dano playing Wilson in his early days and John Cusack later on.
It ain't too late to get back to that place. ???? ??? ?? ??????? ??????. Back to where, we thought it was before. Why don't you look at me. ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ????????? Til we ain't strangers anymore. Sometimes it's hard to love me.