following an unsuccessful live album (The Everly Brothers Show), their contract with Warner Bros. lapsed after ten years . Don found some success on the US country charts in the mid- to late-1970s, in Nashville with his band, Dead Cowboys, and playing with Albert Lee. Don also performed solo at an annual country music festival in London in mid-1976
Jenny Lee Lindberg, whose new record is a solo outing. Photograph: Mia Kirby. Warpaint: recording their third record early this year. You might think everything has come easy for Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg. Her rise from small-town girl to revered LA indie rock star seems to have been effortless. At 19 she first picked up a bass. In a way Lindberg has returned to Reno with her album. Where Warpaint’s languid and textured psychedelia owes some debt to Los Angeles, the sound of Lindberg’s formative years is peppered throughout her debut album. You can hear the steady influence of 1980s new wave and goth that made Lindberg’s life in Reno a little more bearable in the dreamy Cure-like guitar work of Never, right through to the high-fretted bass lines of Boom Boom, which bring to mind Joy Division.
Album The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording. Minnie the Moocher Lyrics. Folks, here's a story 'bout Minnie the Moocher She was a red hot hoochie-coocher She was the roughest toughest frail But Minnie had a heart as big as a whale.
Jenny, darling, you're my best friend I've been doing bad things that you don't know about Stealing your stuff now and then Nothing you'd miss but it means the world to me. I wanna ruin our friendship We should be lovers instead I don't know how to say this 'Cause you're really my dearest friend I wanna ruin our friendship I don't know how to say this 'Cause you're really my dearest friend.