Come On Down (LP, Album). Singles & EPs. J-1004.
Come On Down may refer to: "Come on down!", a catchphrase from the television game show The Price Is Right. Come On Down! (album), a 1970 album by Eddie Harris. Come On Down, a 1976 album by Del Delker. Come On Down (EP), a 1985 EP by Green River. Come On Down (Jimmy Ponder album), 1991. Come On Down: The Complete MGM Recordings, a 2012 album by Every Mother's Son. Come On Down, a 2013 album by David Gogo. Come On Down (From the Top of That Hill)", a 1967 single by Jackie DeShannon.
Ralph Northam, whose ancestors once owned slaves and fought in the Civil War, had turned his back on his own family’s heritage by calling for the removal of Confederate monuments. The accusation drew swift condemnation from Democrats and some Republicans, who said it amounted to calling Northam a race traitor.
Come On Down! is an album by American jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in 1970 and released on the Atlantic label. All compositions by Eddie Harris except where noted. Don't You Know Your Future's in Space" - 5:29. Live Right Now" - 8:23. Nowhere to Go" - 5:36. Fooltish" (Sonny Phillips) - 7:10. Why Don't You Quit" - 6:47.
Northam denied that he appeared in Ku Klux Klan robes or in blackface in a yearbook photo, but revealed that he darkened his face for a costume on another occasion in the 1980s. But within hours, three of the state’s most senior Democrats said they had called Mr. Northam to tell him to step down, depriving the governor of his last remaining support and intensifying the pressure on him. We no longer believe he can effectively serve as the governor of Virginia and that he must resign,’ Senators Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine and Representative Robert C. Scott said in a statement.
Come on Down! (album). Come on Down (Crystal Waters song).
Album · 2008 · 2 Songs. 1. Come Down On the Music. 2. Come Down On the Music (Los Hermanos Remix). Released: 1 Jan 2008.
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