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Goodbye Dolly Gray - The Mojos - Everythings Alright (CD)

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  1. The Mojos: Everything's Alright (CD) (RPM) 20 titres Les enregistrements complets de cet acte Merseybeat très respecté au cours de l'année. leur carrière
  2. About this Item: Pimlico, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Taking his title from a song that bade farewell to an era. The author describes the background, the arms and armies, the campaigns and personalities of the war in which soldiers from across the British Empire marched to a succession of defeats at the hands of sharpshooting farmers - defeats which struck.
  3. Available below is a recording of the Boer War sentimental favourite Goodbye Dolly Gray. An extract of the song's lyrics are also provided. The song was written by Will D. Cobb (lyrics) and Paul Barnes (music). Although it gained widespread fame during the Boer War it had earlier been sung in the U.S. during the U.S.-Spanish War of
  4. There have been a couple of other good Mojos compilations that have gathered most of this Merseybeat group's work, focusing wholly on their mid-'60s Decca output. Since their Decca recordings comprise almost everything they released, there's not room for much more on a Mojos anthology. But Everything's Alright: The Complete Recordings does manage to beat out previous Mojos collections .
  5. Rayne Kruger’s Goodbye Dolly Gray is a remarkably prescient and erudite single-volume account of the South African War, aka the Second Boer War. First published in , the book concludes that the Boer War “was fought because each half of the white community in the Transvaal wanted to dominate. Hostilities broke out upon expiry of [ ].
  6. Auf Discogs können Sie sich ansehen, wer an CD von Everything's Alright (The Complete Recordings) mitgewirkt hat, Rezensionen und Titellisten lesen und auf dem Marktplatz nach der Veröffentlichung suchen. – The Mojos: Goodbye Dolly Gray Written-By – Barnes*, Cobb*/5(4).
  7. The Mojos were a British beat group from the s, best known for their hit UK single, "Everything's Alright", with two other singles charting low in the UK Singles Chart in The band formed under the name The Nomads as a duo in and originally consisted of bassist Keith Karlson (born Keith Alcock) and Jon "Bob" Conrad.
  8. Goodbye Dolly Gray Originally composed by Will D. Cobb (lyrics) and Paul Barnes (music) C G7 C Am Fm6 C I have come to say goodbye, Dolly Gray F C G G7 It's no use to ask me why, Dolly Gray C G7 C Am Fm6 C There's a murmur in the air, you can hear it everywhere G D9 D7 G G7 It is time to do and dare, Dolly Gray C G7 C Am Fm6 C Don't you hear.

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