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Soul Shoes - McGuinn* / Hillman* - McGuinn-Hillman (CD, Album)

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  1. This song is by Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman and appears on the album McGuinn & Hillman (). This song is a cover of " Soul Shoes " by Graham Parker & The Rumour. I ain't got no worry, I ain't in no hurry You better tell your mother that you're a real soul brother.
  2. Mar 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve, SHM-CD CD release of McGuinn-Hillman on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - TYCP • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve, SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock.
  3. MCGUINN, CLARK & HILLMAN lyrics: 3 albums / 31 song lyrics including "McGuinn - Hillman" (): "Mean Streets", McGuinn - Hillman () Mean Streets; Entertainment; Soul Shoes; Between You And Me; Angel; Love Me Tonight; King For A .
  4. McGuinn, Clark & Hillman were one of a series of post-Byrds linkups between the original members that fizzled after a lot of initial promise. They were greeted with great enthusiasm in the rock press in early , but -- as with the self-titled Byrds reunion album on Asylum four years earlier -- never lived up to the promise of the talents involved.
  5. Left completely without Gene Clark (their best songwriter and singer) after their second album, Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman became McGuinn-Hillman for this, their third album. They also turned to producer Jerry Wexler, a legend in the field of R&B from the s, who proceeded to turn them into a much more soulful and harder-edged unit than their previous work would .
  6. The trio toured internationally and recorded the albums McGuinn, Clark & Hillman and City. Clark departed the group in late , resulting in a third and final album being billed as McGuinn-Hillman. Ersatz Byrds and further reunions (–; ).
  7. Lyrics to "Soul Shoes" by MCGUINN, CLARK & HILLMAN: I ain't got no worry, I ain't in no hurry / You better tell your mother that you're a real soul brother. / I have to say it's all right at five past midnight / And we don't stop rolling until the floor boards cave .

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