from the album "Against the Wind" - 1980 clips from: - Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) © Krisjair / Laredo / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - Easy Rider (1969) © Columbia Pictures / Pando Company / Raybert Productions - How the West was Won (1962) © Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - The Shining (1979) © Warner Bros. / Hawk Films / Peregrine / Producers Circle Fair Use Act - No copyright Infringement Intended. all rights are of their respective owners
Shame On The Moon
Bad Company- Shooting star from the album straight Shooter
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Against The Wind Sello: Capitol Records – 1 C 064-86 097, EMI Electrola – 1 C 064-86 097 Formato: Vinyl, LP, Alb
1977 - "Best of Arlo Guthrie"
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The official music video for You Don't Know How It Feels, from the album Wildflowers by Tom Petty. © 2012 WMG CONNECT Facebook: www.facebook.com/tompetty/ Twi
Track 10 from their album "Strikes" (1979). Composed by Rick Medlocke and Jakson Spires
Mr. Bojangles belongs solely to the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, I claim nothing.
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song performed in 1977
Incredible song by Pearl Jam from their album 'Lost Dogs' (It also appeared on 'Jeremy' B-side)
Rolling Stones, Angie, Angie When will those clouds all disappear? Angie, Angie Where will it lead us from here? With no lovin' in our souls and no money in our
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from Like a Rock 1986 & Greatest Hits 1994 ( Words and music by bob seger ) Stood there boldly Sweating in the sun Felt like a million Felt like number o
From the album Carolina Dreams by The Marshall Tucker Band in 1977. Songs written by Toy Caldwell except I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You by George McCork