October 2

I Love Her - Scroat Belly - Daddys Farm (CD, Album)

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Posted 15.09.2019 by Mejar in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Vikora on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Daddy's Farm - Scroat Belly on AllMusic -
  2. By Neshicage on
    The Kiboomers - I Love My Daddy (Father`s Day Song) Lyrics. I love my daddy I love my daddy I love my daddy Yes I do Here's a kiss and a hug for you thank you daddy for all you do Happy fathers day Ha.
  3. By Zuramar on
    After leaving half-sister Kristin Hersh's band Throwing Muses, singer-guitarist Tanya Donelly began Belly -- a catchy, guitar-driven Indie pop band decidedly more direct and accessible than the Muses. At the fore was her breathy alto and love for syrupy-sweet, guilty pop pleasure, as evidenced by her first chart-topper "Feed the Tree.
  4. By Zulukinos on
    Daddy's Farm is a journey into the Heartland of Darkness, where drugs, poverty, incest, violence and alcohol form the lifeblood that beats black and fierce in more hearts than you want to think about. Scroat Belly took that lifeblood and crafted a song concept album that is 46 minutes of feeling like a bull in the chute right after that flank strap’s been pulled tight.
  5. By Arashigal on
    Check out Scroat Belly on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Top Albums Daddy's Farm Scroat Belly. CD: $ MP3: $ Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of 34 Sample this song Title Artist / 0.
  6. By Balkis on
    Feb 27,  · I Love My Daddy Yes I Do Song for Kids | Father's Day Songs for Children | The Kiboomers - Duration: The Kiboomers - Kids Music Channel , views
  7. By Faekree on
    Mar 13,  · SCROAT BELLY: Think of something akin to the Kentucky Headhunters with the fury of punk and the speed of, uh, speed metal. That's ballpark enough for Bloodshot's bluegrass bludgeoners Scroat Belly.
  8. By Vilmaran on
    Mar 03,  · This approach to music made Scroat Belly’s one and only album on Bloodshot Records, Daddy’s Farm a cult classic. Each song seemed to be a tempest of twang, loud, hard and fast, preceded by a more traditional lull and followed by the same.

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