Performer: Van And Schenck
Title: Does My Baby Love?/Dougherty Is The Name
Style: Novelty, Vocal
Album rating: 4.8
Size MP3: 1962 mb
Size FLAC: 1761 mb
Size WMA: 1751 mb
Other formats: AU DXD AUD APE VOX MMF AA
|A||Does My Baby Love?|
|B||Dougherty Is The Name|
Baby love, ooh, our love, our love Ooh, baby love, ooh, our love, our love. Every time I see her face you know my heart drops to my feet And I would never feel this way if my baby love walks so sweet Well, I know I'm the envy of every girl And my baby love is the reason, why you better stop, take a look. Because my baby, my baby love, ooh I gotta have her love, have her love, ooh Baby love, ooh, I gotta have a love.
My name is Van, I'm an artist. I'm a performance artist. Their deep, dark fantasies Van Darkholme Transcript. invented Acid, it wasn't any Acids And now I look and look around there's so many Acids I used to love Acid, I used to love Acid I even had the blue armor, I thought I was Acid What if Acid made a post about Acid Called "I Miss The Old Acid"? Man that'd be so Acid That's all it was Acid, we still love Acid And I love you like Acid loves Acid. Calling all OC makers!I'm looking for people who are interested in making Kyeranian characters. The species is entirely open, guides and references can be found here. If anyone is interested, let me know.
General: My Baby Does Me is one of the little-known tracks. The song-material itself is rather b-side-style, but the incredibly large-scale Miracle made a clever piece of music out of it. It's not the melody or the lyrics which count with this track, but the arrangement and the atmosphere. Check it with stereo-headphones and some concentration, and you won't be disappointed. Bass: The sound has lots of bass-frequencies. Keyboards: There's one major keyboard-track, which is doing the chords. It has an E-Piano sound and is played by John on a Yamaha DX-7 . Guitar 4 is the solo-guitar and plays all the rest. SoundZ: Everything's played on the Red Special. Guitars 1 + 2 are completely dry and were possibly recorded directly into the desk.
MY BABY’s sound was first recorded in 2013 on the album MY BABY Loves Voodoo! (Embrace Recordings). And its rousing soundtrack were warmly received. New doors opened and she traveled all over the earth. They walked her to The gallows lane People stood and cursed her name Many a poor soul has suffered for less Repentant to the judge she confessed.
Van and Schenck were popular United States entertainers in the 1910s and 1920s: Gus Van, baritone and Joe Schenck, tenor.
Baby, Please Don't Go" is a traditional blues song that was popularized by Delta blues musician Big Joe Williams in 1935. Many cover versions followed, and the song been described by French music historian Gérard Herzhaft as "one of the most played, arranged, and rearranged pieces in blues history". After World War II, Chicago blues and rhythm and blues artists adapted the song to newer music styles. In 1952, a doo-wop version by the Orioles reached the top ten on the race records chart.