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Julies Just Gone - Family Dogg - A Way Of Life - Anthology 1967-1976 (CD)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Way Of Life - Anthology on Discogs/5(2).
  2. The Family Dogg: A Way Of Life - Anthology (2-CD) (RPM) 51 tracks - Die 2 CDs beinhalten das vollständige Songmaterial der Band, darunter auch die unveröffentlichte Aufnahme von We Stand Closer Together.
  3. Tracklist Disc 1 1. So Sad - Steve Rowland 2. I See Red - Steve Rowland 3. The Storm (Alias Waiting In The Storm) 4. Family Dog 5. Ill Wear A Silly.
  4. Career. The idea was born when the Anglo-American singers of the Spanish groups, Los Flaps and Diamond Boys, Albert Hammond and Steve Rowland met for the first time at a concert in Madrid in In , The Family Dogg was formed in England with the participation of the singers Mike Hazlewood and Pam Zooey Quinn. The debut album, A Way of Life was released in , and the title track Past members: Albert Hammond, Steve Rowland, .
  5. The Family Dogg* Sympathy ‎ (CD, Comp) Rotation: RBX Europe: Sell This Version: Retro D Family Dogg: A Way Of Life - Anthology
  6. A Way Of Life: Musik. Zum Hauptinhalt Hallo, Anmelden. Konto und Listen Konto Warenrücksendungen und Bestellungen. Entdecken Sie. Prime Einkaufswagen. Musik-CDs & Vinyl Los Suche Hallo Lieferadresse wählen.
  7. A Way of Life (Anthology ) "Julies Just Gone" isn't a bad song either, but in my opinion doesn't fit in with the rest of the album (more bubble gum than folk rock). The singles however, are really great. I guess you could kind of compare The Family Dogg to The Peppermint Rainbow, in terms of timing. While The Peppermint Rainbow.
  8. THE FAMILY DOGG. The Family Dogg is self explanatory. The 'Family' consists of five members, three boys and two girls, all solo vocalists who each `do their own thing' during the course of day to day existence, who get together for recording and other necessary purposes, to form a close-knit vocal harmony group unlike any other.