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8 thoughts on “ You Really Got Me - John Paul Young - The Singer (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. On the tour Paul refused to play any Iron Maiden songs (much to the dismay of the crowd), playing only their own songs and a few other covers (most notably Van Halen's version of The Kinks' "You Really Got Me" and "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"). Having little success, the six-piece band disbanded shortly after they were done touring.
  2. Jun 19,  · John Winston Ono Lennon (October 9, - December 8, ) Member of: The Beatles (), Plastic Ono Band () Vocal Range: A1-C6 It's almost hard for those of us too young to remember that John Lennon once lived just like the rest of us.
  3. John Paul Young released the Album The Singer in It was released through the Hammard label as catalogue number: HAM The Singer first charted on August 10th, , peaked at 98th position and stayed in the charts for 3 weeks.
  4. Paul from Sacramento, Ca Jimmy Page has always, ALWAYS, denied playing on this song. He played as a session musician during the album track recordings for the Kinks first album recorded a few weeks after You Really Got Me was released (August ), but not on this song. One of the most persistant urban myths in all of rock.
  5. - Name of the movie and album the Beatles did right after the death of their manager Brian Epstein-The movie was terrible, and the music was just alright. -This was their 1st and biggest failure-This was the first time that the US got more than the UK.
  6. I thought it would be something like “You Really Got Me” [Mott had previously covered The Kinks classic] that was more how we were. But when he played “ Dudes”, I could see how we could.
  7. According to just about every bio on the band, this song, and the band name, came from Bad Company, a critically acclaimed Western starring Jeff Bridges that was released in Lead singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke, both formerly of Free, formed the band with Mick Ralphs of Mott The abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfo brought in three songs from his days with Mott: "Ready For .
  8. Aug 05,  · Sir Paul McCartney said he has not considered doing a residency in Las Vegas, like Elton John and Rod Stewart, as 'definitely nothing attracts' him about the idea of playing at the rockers' graveyard.

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