Category: New Wave

Air Plane Blues

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  1. Flyin' Airplane Blues Lyrics: Wanna get in my airplane / Wanna get in my airplane / Wanna ride all over / Wanna ride all over your town / And if I spy the gal I'm lovin' / Old fool gonna let this.
  2. Blues From An Airplane [Verse] Am Do you know how sad it is to be a man alone D I feel so solitary being in my home without you C B A G I don't know what to do and C B A G Am I don't know w.
  3. Airplane Blues Ryan Brodesser An Airplane Tragedy Susan (Mihika) Mishra Airplane zakaria arwadi Thoughts On An Airplane Kali Rose Stewart Airplane Crash Lissa Parks THE AIRPLANE Dunya Mikhail.
  4. Jun 13,  · A few hours earlier, the Blues shared a photo online of the team on a plane with the Cup. Hometown boy Pat Maroon was all smiles while hugging the Cup, which was sitting in his lap. Credit.
  5. Blues Identifier 78_airplane-blues_helen-humes-dexter-gordon-orchestra-g-c-gregory_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Ed Nuestro User_metadataentered Carol Fusaro User_transferred Carol Fusaro.
  6. Jefferson Airplane Takes Off is the debut studio album by the American rock band Jefferson Airplane, released in August as RCA Victor LSP (stereo) and LPM (mono).The personnel differs from the later "classic" lineup: Signe Toly Anderson was the female vocalist and Skip Spence played drums. Both soon left the group—Spence in May , Anderson in October —and were replaced by Genre: Folk rock, psychedelic rock, psychedelic folk.
  7. The Roar of Jefferson Airplane () Platinum & Gold Collection () Cleared for Take Off () The Best of Jefferson Airplane: Somebody to Love () Fly Jefferson Airplane (DVD) () The Essential Jefferson Airplane () Best of Jefferson Airplane () High Flying Bird: Live at the Monterey Festival () The Very Best of.
  8. Jefferson Airplane - Blues from an Airplane Lyrics. Do you know How sad it is to be a man alone? I feel so Solitary being in my home Without you Don't know what to do And I don't know Where y.
  9. " Terraplane Blues " is a blues song recorded in in San Antonio, Texas, by bluesman Robert Johnson. "Terraplane Blues" was Johnson's first single and it became a moderate regional hit, selling 5, copies. Johnson used the car model Terraplane as a metaphor for sex.