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Dave Edmunds - I Hear You Knocking (Vinyl)

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  1. Mar 28,  · Check out I Hear You Knocking by Dave Edmunds on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on exoredlatunadystbyrratapoufno.xyzinfo(31).
  2. "I Hear You Knockin'", which was one of his most favourite covers, was originally by Smiley Lewis, he who originally did "Blue Monday" before Fats Domino. There is a country-rock feel on this rendition. Love that bluesy guitar in the instrumental part. Edmunds winds things up with "Ju Ju Man," another raucous number that get a big finish/5(10).
  3. Mar 07,  · I Hear You Knocking / Black Bill, a Single by Dave Edmunds. Released 30 October on MAM (catalog no. MAM 1; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Blues Rock. Featured peformers: Dave Edmunds (performer, producer)/5(3).
  4. Comment: Dave Edmunds Rockpile - I Hear You Knocking - 7 Inch - UK Pressing - Blueprint - - BLU - Solid Centre Label Design B/W Black Bill - Writing On A-Side Label - In Plain/Company Sleeve, Condition (Disc): /VG+. Quick dispatch.
  5. "I Hear You Knocking" (or "I Hear You Knockin'") is a rhythm and blues song written by Dave Bartholomew. New Orleans rhythm and blues singer Smiley Lewis first recorded the song in The lyrics tell of the return of a former lover who is rebuffed.
  6. After Love Sculpture split, Edmunds had a UK Christmas Number 1 single in with "I Hear You Knocking", a Smiley Lewis cover, which he came across while producing Shakin' Stevens and the Sunsets' first album entitled A Legend. The recording was the first release on Edmunds.
  7. Shop 87 records for sale for album I hear you knocking black bill by Dave Edmunds on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  8. There is no such thing as a bad Dave Edmunds album. This is one both for people new to his music, and for people like me who have enjoyed the music for decades. Here we have a collection of his early classics, the stunning "Down Down Down," and the classic, "I Hear You Knocking," - and some lesser known beauties, noteably Bob Dylan's "Outlaw /5(37).

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