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|R 570||The Robin Hoods||Everything's Alright/Baby Let Your Hair Down (7", Promo)||Mercury||R 570||US||1966|
Let Your Hair Down is the seventeenth studio album by the Steve Miller Band, released on April 19, 2011. Let Your Hair Down was recorded alongside the group's previous album, Bingo!, which was released 10 months earlier. Steve Miller – lead guitar, vocals. Norton Buffalo – harmonica, vocals. Kenny Lee Lewis – rhythm guitar, vocals. Joseph Wooten – Hammond B-3, piano, keyboards, vocals. Gordy Knudtson – drums. Billy Peterson – bass guitar, vocals. Sonny Charles – vocals. Additional personnel.
Explore releases from the Robin Hood label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Robin Hood releases. Perfil: Children's record label started in 1956 as a subsidiary of Hollywood Records of New York City, run by Benjamin Lowe. Originally part of Paramount Enterprises, located at 383 Concord Avenue in New York City. Sold to the Bihari Brothers of California sometime after 1960. Children's Songs Of Wonderland (LP, Album). 23. USA & Canada.
Music video by MAGIC! performing Let Your Hair Down. C) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment International Limited.
Robin Hood, New York, New York.
Album Save the Nation. Let Your Hair Down Lyrics. like I'm missing someone, maybe someone's missing me Well I'm going back to where I'm from She's waiting there for me You gotta let your hair down You gotta do it alright Cause when you do it alright Hey hey You gotta let your hair down Gotta look for trouble where it can't be found I say. life's too short for just hanging around and I go hey hey You gotta let your hair down You gotta do it alright Cause when you do it alright Hey hey You gotta let your hair down Gotta look for trouble where it can't be found I say life's too short for just hanging.
Uptight (Everything's Alright)" is a 1965 hit single recorded by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder for the Tamla (Motown) label. One of his most popular early singles, "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" was the first Stevie Wonder hit single to be co-written by the artist. A notable success, "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart in early 1966, at the same time reaching the top of the Billboard R&B Singles chart for five weeks
Evie (Let Your Hair Down) Lyrics. I got some money in my pocket, I got the car keys in my hand I got myself a couple of tickets, to see a rock 'n' rollin' band Come on girl just get on your shoes, we're gonna hear some sou-ou-ounds Come on babe you know there ain't no time to mess around (round, round, round, round). Evie, Evie, Evie let your hair hang down Evie, Evie, Evie let your hair hang down Evie, Evie, Evie let your hair hang down Evie, Evie - let your hair hang down.