Band Name Jean Beauvoir. Album Name Drums Along the Mohawk. Erscheinungsdatum Juni 1986. Labels Virgin CBS Records. 3. Missing the Young Days. 4. Rockin' in the Street. 5. Sorry I Missed Your Wedding Day.
Feel the Heat, 04:03. Never Went Down, 04:01. Rockin' in the Street, 04:19. Sorry I Missed Your Wedding Day, 04:40. Drive You Home, 04:06. Same Song Plays On and On, 04:17. This Is Our House, 04:23.
Design – Jean Beauvoir, Robbie Coleman, Stylo Rouge. Engineer – Ian Remmer. Engineer – Victor Deyglio. Little Steven, Paul Stanley - good friends make things happen Bobby, Anders, Ann-Sophie, Tommy, Ken and Little Ears - who know how stubborn I can get - thanks for the moral support Annika I & II and everyone at Polar - Gloria and Cathy at Red Eye and to all my friends who I hope know who they are - listen for those drums along the mohawk.
Album by Jean Beauvoir. Drive You Home. Same Song Plays On And On. This Is Our House.
Album · 1986 · 10 Songs. More By Jean Beauvoir. See All. Rock Masterpieces, Vol. 1.
Drums Along the Mohawk. Released January 1, 1986. Drums Along the Mohawk Tracklist. Feel The Heat Lyrics. 2. Never Went Down Lyrics. Ex-Plasmatic bass player Jean Beauvoir is a one-man band on his 1986 solo debut. There are a few guest contributions including Foreigner's Mick Jones playing guitar on "Rockin' in the Streets," but Beauvoir handles most everything else including production on Drums Along the Mohawk. Anyone familiar with him from The Plasmatics will most likely be disappointed, though. However, Beauvoir does know his way around a melody