Dont Drive Drunk - The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Voodoo (CD, Album)

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  1. Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Voodoo music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  2. 輸入盤CD 、一部簡易 The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. 今すぐ聴く 購入: ¥ 2. Voodoo (Album Version) - アーティスト: David Farrell;The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Voodoo (Album Version) Don't Drive Drunk (Album Version) - アーティスト: The Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
  3. Feb 28,  · Don't Drive Drunk (Album Version) From the Album Voodoo February 28, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs.
  4. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - It's All Over Now Songtext Baby used to stay out all night long She made me cry You know she done me wrong She held my eyes open and that's no lie Tables turned and now it's her turn to cry But then I used to love her but it's all over now Yes it is But then I used to love her but it's all over now Listen.
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  6. THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: Voodoo (Columbia) The cameos--by Dr. John, Dizzy Gillespie, and Branford Marsalis--are the giveaways, because this jaunty concept needs those guys, to sing or solo as the case may be. The headliners are the lounge band of a tourist's dreams, and that's all they are.
  7. Don't Drive Drunk Written-By – S. Wonder* B3: The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Voodoo ‎ (CD, Album) CBS: / Brazil: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release/5(36).
  8. The New Birth Brass Band are part of a long line in the New Orleans brass band tradition, but their relative youth means their music yields an eclectic set of musical genres. New Birth's members are virtuosos who mix elements of blues, ragtime, gospel, funk, .
  9. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band certainly knew how to have a good time while playing their music. Their spirited blending of New Orleans jazz parade rhythms with R&B-ish horn riffs made them flexible enough to welcome guests Dr. John (who sings and play piano on "It's All Over Now"), Dizzy Gillespie ("Ooh-Pop-A-Dah"), and Branford Marsalis ("Moose the Mooche") to their Columbia debut without.

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