Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show - The Cover Of "Rolling Stone" mp3 flac
The group made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine on March 29, 1973, three months after this song was released. The text next to their picture read: "What's Their Names Make The Cover. The song was great publicity for Rolling Stone magazine, which was only five years old. For the story, reporter Jim Cahill followed the band on tour, portraying them (accurately) as a ragtag band of misfits who were making it up as they went along. Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show became such prolific interpreters of Shel's material for some reasons which would completely include their sense of humor. They were just a bar band from New Jersey, as much as Columbia Records tried to make them some crazy Cajun band that came out of the swamps. I mean, Ray Sawyer was from the South, maybe one or two of the other guys.
The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'" is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the . pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.
Now, it's all designed to blow our minds But our minds won't really be blown Like the blow that'll get ya when you get your picture On the cover of the Rolling Stone.
The Cover of "Rolling Stone". Artist: Dr. Album: The Essential Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, 2003. Dr Hook & The Medicine Show - Cover Of The Rolling Stone. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Happy Birthday to George Cummings, guitarist for Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. Born on this date in 1938. Dr Hook And The Medicine Show - "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" From Denmark 1974. They were so unmistakely drunk and stoned when they enterd the stage that they could hardly stand, especially Dennis, of course. He actulally spoiled a bit of the fun, being too drunk, even for some of the other guys. But still a memorable gig! :oD :oD. 5 years назад. we keep gettin richer but cant get a damn picture geez oh man on that damn cover-- lol- I always was with the millions of people who loved this.
In 1970, Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show’s demo tapes wound up in the hands of author and songwriter Shel Silverstein, who recruited the band to become a vessel for his music: The group would turn Silverstein-written tracks like Sylvia’s Mother and The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone' into hits and released two albums of Silverstein-penned songs, 1971’s Dr. Hook. From unknown bar band to the cover of ‘Rolling Stone,’ the profile noted of the band’s sudden ascension. Following their Silverstein partnership, the band shortened their name to Dr. Hook and enjoyed a string of hit singles in the mid- to late-Seventies, including Only Sixteen, A Little Bit More, Sexy Eyes and When You’re in Love With a Beautiful Woman, which became a Number One hit in the United Kingdom. Bruce Springsteen also notably served as Dr. Hook’s opening act in 1973.
B. Queen Of The Silver Dollar. Producer, Directed By – Ron Haffkine. Written-By – Shel Silverstein. Other Versions (5 of 24) View All. Cat.
Hey, I know how, rock and roll) (Ah, that's beautiful).
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- Producer, Directed By [Music] – Ron Haffkine
- Written-By – Shel Silverstein
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