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The Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday Album

The Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday Album Performer: The Doobie Brothers
Album: Another Park, Another Sunday
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1974
Style: Pop Rock
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Rock / Pop
Catalog #: WB 16378
Size FLAC: 2127 mb.
Size MP3: 1168 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 675
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM




Tracklist


1Black Water
Written-By – Patrick Simmons
4:17
2Another Park, Another Sunday
Written-By – Tom Johnston
3:39


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WBCS-7065The Doobie Brothers Another Park, Another Sunday ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWBCS-7065Brazil1974
B 7795The Doobie Brothers Another Park, Another Sunday ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsB 7795New Zealand1974
P-1302WThe Doobie Brothers Another Park, Another Sunday / Black Water ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsP-1302WJapan1974
WB 7795The Doobie Brothers Another Park, Another Sunday (Edited Version) ‎(7", Single, San)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 7795US1974
WB 7795The Doobie Brothers Another Park, Another Sunday ‎(7", Single, Promo)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 7795US1974


Credits


  • EngineerDonn Landee
  • ProducerTed Templeman


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side A): RCA 4228 //HM 22.027- 1-Y.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side B): RCA 4266 //HM 22.028- 1-Y.
  • Rights Society: STEMRA


Companies


  • Printed By – NV Interprint


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Album


What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1974. Tom Johnston's Another Park, Another Sunday 2006 Remaster - Продолжительность: 4:28 DoobiesOfficial 449. Another Park Another Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday - Live At Wolf Trap. Текст песни: Im sittin' in my room, Im starin' out my window And I wonder where youve gone Thinking back on the happy hours just before the dawn Outside the wind is blowin'. There is another reason by radio rejected Another Park, Another Sunday, however. Doobie Brothers lead singer Tom Johnston, who wrote the song, explains, It was doing real well, and then it got yanked off the radio for the line, 'And the radio just seems to bring me down,' because the song being played reminded me of the girl. Doobie from FloridaInteresting that nobody has noted that the melody of this song can be heard in a demo song titled I'll Keep On Givin' heard on a 1970 unauthorized album titled On Our Way Up. Joe from Ne UsAlso, great chordal changes. Another Park, Another Sunday Doobie Brothers E EMaj7 Bm Bm7 E EMaj7 Bm Bm7 E EMaj7 Bm Bm7 Sittin' in my room starin' out the window, I'm wondering where you've gone E EMaj7 Bm Bm7 Th. E Em Another park, another Sunday Why is it life turns out that way Fm7 G A G D E G D E Just when you think you've got a good thing, it seems to slip away Bm7 E It's warm outside, no clouds are in the sky, Bm7 E but I need myself a place to go & hide Bm7 E Fm7 A I keep it to myself, I don't want nobody else to see me cryin' all. D B7 those tears in my eyes. E EMaj7 Bm Bm7 E EMaj7 Bm Bm7. E Em Another park, another Sunday Why is it life turns out that way . The Doobie Brothers. What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits. Another Park, Another Sunday. The Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday. On this page you can download song The Doobie Brothers - Another Park, Another Sunday in mp3 and listen online. Текст песни: Well, I built me a raft and shes ready for float Ol' Mississippi, shes callin' my name Catfish are jumpin', that paddle wheel thumpin' Black water keeps rollin' on past just the Park, Another Sunday from The Doobie Brothers 1974 7inch. And other albums from The Doobie Brothers are available on sale at Recordsale. items in stock. What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on February 1, 1974, by Warner Bros. Tom Johnston's Another Park, Another Sunday was chosen to be the album's first single. It's about losing a girl, stated Johnston. I wrote the chords and played it on acoustic, and then Ted had some ideas for it, like running the acoustic guitar through a Leslie. The song did moderately well on the charts