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8 thoughts on “ More Like The Movies - Dr Hook* - Love Songs - 16 Original Greats (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Song information for More Like the Movies - Dr. Hook on AllMusic. Song information for More Like the Movies - Dr. Hook on AllMusic 20 Original Chart Hits. Tabak: Dr. Hook. 20 Great Love Songs. EMI Music Distribution: Dr. Hook. HMV Easy: The Dr Hook Collection. EMI:
  2. This selection of tracks from Dr. Hook can hardly be called a best-of collection, since it lacks the Shel Silverstein-penned hits ("Sylvia's Mother," "Cover of the Rolling Stone," "Queen of the Silver Dollar") from the band's early Columbia years, songs that exemplify the group in most people's switching to Capitol, Dr. Hook lost their unique satirical approach (probably because.
  3. Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show was an American rock band formed in Union City, New Jersey, USA in They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'" (both ), "Only Sixteen" (), "A Little Bit More" (), "Sharing the Night Together" (), "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman" (
  4. Get all the lyrics to songs by Dr. Hook and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics. More Like the Movies. Icon. Timeless. Love Songs.
  5. I suppose if you love Dr. Hook's latter-era disco sell-out, you might like this. The first two songs, from the brilliant Bankrupt album (unavailable on CD in the US) are almost worth the money. The rest is disco love ballads. And the mastering is absolutely horrid. You'll find better compilations elsewhere/5(11).
  6. Interested in the deeper meanings of Dr Hook songs? So are we. Dr Hook song meanings and interpretations with user discussion.
  7. Dr. Hook ‎– Greatest Hits Label: Capitol Records ‎– E-ST , Capitol Records ‎– EST , Capitol Records ‎– OC
  8. First of all, Capitol's collection Greatest Hooks is not the long-awaited collection that finally brings together the best of their early CBS/Columbia recordings and their latter-day Capitol hits. As its label affiliation should make clear, it concentrates heavily on the Capitol recordings, when Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show morphed into Dr. Hook and got slicker, poppier and eventually, a.

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