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Promised Land - Ron Bankley - Insurgent Sun (CD, Album)

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  1. Promised Land came from the last studio recordings that Elvis Presley ever made in Memphis, the city where his fame and his legend started. The December Stax Records sessions showed him, as he had on From Elvis in Memphis, reaching out to publishers other than those he owned for songs, and the repertory embraces material by Chuck Berry, Waylon Jennings, and Larry Gatlin, among others.
  2. Oct 16,  · Promised Land Lyrics: I guess it's time that I run far away / I recognise all the things that's being said / I'm leaving this now / I'm leaving this now / I try to find a piece of pleasure in pain / I.
  3. Tell the folks back home, this is the promised land calling And the poor boy is on the line Apparently played by the Warlocks and the Grateful Dead in their earliest days, Bob Weir started playing this with the Dead in , and it remained a regular right through to
  4. "The Promised Land" is a song by Bruce Springsteen from his album Darkness on the Edge of Town. It was released as a single in Europe, backed by another song from Darkness on the Edge of Town, "Streets of Fire", the third single from the album after "Badlands" and "Prove It All Night". "The Promised Land" was also included on the compilation album The Essential Bruce Springsteen.
  5. Dec 28,  · the soundtrack CD would contain the music we heard while watching the film, but no, except for one mopey, faux-Western piece this CD is mostly just muted marimba jive, the auditory equivalent of too many quaaludes. But there is this: By the end of the CD /5(8).
  6. The Band - "Promised Land" The Band's cover of the Chuck Berry classic on vinyl from their "Roots" LP "Moondog Matinee".
  7. Jan 29,  · Bruce Springsteen Darkness On The Edge of Town (Remaster) The Promised Land Music is the property of the original artist. Music Video is for exhibition and educational purposes only.

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