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9 thoughts on “ Rockin Shoes - Roy Wood - Boulders (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Track List Songs of Praise Wake Up Rock Down Low Nancy Sing Me a Song Dear Elaine A. All the Way Over the Hill B. Irish Loafer (And His Hen) Miss Clarke and the Computer When Gran'ma Plays the Banjo Rock Medley a. Rockin' Shoes B. She's Too Good for Me C. Locomotive Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
  2. Roy Wood - Mustard [full album, ] by Jimmy Lad. Roy Wood - Wake Up (Vinyl Recorded) by MACGYVERKICKYOURASS. Roy Wood - Rock Medley () Boulders Rockin Shoes Shes Too Good.
  3. Boulders, an Album by Roy Wood. Released in on Harvest (catalog no. CDSHVLR ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Art Rock, Art Pop, Progressive Rock.
  4. Roy Wood's "Boulders" recorded in and released in , is one of Roy's top records. (others include "Wizzard Brew", "Mustard" and "On The Road Again"). Here Roy plays all the instruments on this record except for John Kurlander who plays Harmonium on "Songs Of Praise". Alan Parsons was one of the engineers on the album/5(31).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Boulders on Discogs. Label: Odeon - EOP,Harvest - EOP • Series: Rock Now • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Country Rock.
  6. Boulders is the first solo album by Roy Wood. Apart from harmonium on track one played by John Kurlander, all the instruments (including guitars, cello, saxophones, recorders) and voices were by.
  7. roy wood's 1st solo album, boulders, was his best album after leaving the move, and one of the best albums of by this time, most of the wonderful experimentation of the sixties had pretty much died out. wood plays virtually every instrument on this disc, and all of the tunes are totally different from each other. some sound like the beach 4/5(14).
  8. Boulders is the first solo album by Roy Wood. Apart from harmonium on track one played by John Kurlander, all the instruments (including guitars, cello, saxophones, recorders) and voices were recorded by Wood, who also wrote, arranged, and produced the entire album.

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